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- Measurement input to V/V output converter
- Measurement input to mV/V output converter
- mV/V input to measurement output converter
This ratiometric voltage input to measurement output converter provides a way to determine the measurement output reading and voltage input range from a ratiometric voltage input signal with a specified zero & span input to supply voltage % ratio, and supply voltage. A conversion scale graphic for each ratiometric voltage input range and measurement output range combination entered is also displayed underneath the calculated values.
Voltage Input Parameters
This is the voltage input reading that you intend to convert to a measurement output value based on a specified output scaling
Supply Voltage (V)
This is the excitation voltage used to power the ratiometric V/V signal sensing device generating the voltage input signal. The voltage output of a ratiometric V/V signal generating device is linearly proportional to the excitation voltage.
Lowest Input (% Vsupp)
This is the lowest ratiometric input expressed as a % of the supply voltage. e.g. a 0.5-4.5Vdc input range, with a 5Vdc supply voltage, would be 10%.
Highest Input (% Vsupp)
This is the highest ratiometric input expressed as a % of the supply voltage. e.g. a 0.5-4.5Vdc input range, with a 5Vdc supply voltage, would be 90%.
Zero Offset (V)
This is the null input value of the ratiometric V/V signal generating device, powered by the specified supply voltage.
Full Range Input (V)
This the maximum voltage input for the ratiometric V/V signal generating device, powered by the specified supply voltage.
Measurement Output Parameters
Enter the measurement unit for the quantity which is being calculated, e.g. newtons, tonnes, micrometres, psi, degrees Celsius, etc…
Enter the minimum measurement output to be converted from the ratiometric V/V signal input.
Enter the maximum measurement output to be converted from the ratiometric V/V signal input.
This is the measurement output value converted from the entered voltage input signal reading and associated parameters.