4-20mA to 5V Converter for Arduino Industrial Sensor Interface Board

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SKU: 975694
  1. Current Input support 4-20Ma & 0-20mA
  2. voltage output support 0-3.3V 0-5V 0-10V
  3. Weight: 12 g
  4. Wide supply voltage range, the output has multiple voltage ranges
  5. Zero and range can be adjusted

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Category: USB Interface Module

This is a 4-20mA to 5V Converter for Arduino Industrial Sensor Interface Board.

This module lets you interface your Arduino/Raspberry Pi or any other microcontroller with Industrial Sensors and Devices with a 4-20mA output. Interfacing these devices with Arduino/Raspberry Pi has always been tough and complex due to the external circuits, tuning required to convert the current signal to an analog voltage. This board takes care of this and converts the 4-20mA(or 0-20ma) current signal to a 0-5V or 0-3.3V or 0-10V analog output voltage which can be directly connected to the ADC pin of the microcontroller. Connections are easy and simple with the onboard screw terminal connectors!

Note : HW-685 on board working is same .

Application:

  • This Module is used to convert the current signal to voltage Output.

Instructions for use:
  1. The module according to the definition of wiring, power supply voltage 7-36V (if the output to 10V, the supply voltage must be greater than 12V).
  2. After power-up, the D2 indicator should be on, otherwise check the line connection. Board with reverse protection, the reverse does not burn.
  3. When the current input is the minimum (0mA or 4mA), adjust the ZERO potentiometer so that the VOUT output is the minimum (0.0V or other voltage).
  4. When the current input is at maximum (20mA), adjust the SPAN potentiometer so that the VOUT output is the maximum (3.3V or 5V or 10V, the output can be as low as 2.5V when the input is 4-20ma).
  5. According to your needs, through the jumper cap to select the appropriate range:

Jumper Settings for Output Voltage Range Input Signal: 4-20mA

  • 1.0-2.5V: J1 1,2 pin are short circuit connected; 3, 4 pin are short circuit connected
  • 2.0-3.3V: J1 1,2 pin are disconnected; 3, 4 pin are disconnected
  • 3.0-5V: J1 1,2 pin are short circuit connected; 3, 4 pin are short circuit connected
  • 4.0-10V: J1 1,2 pin are short circuit connected; 3, 4 pin are disconnected

Jumper Settings for Output Voltage Range Input Signal: 0-20mA:

  • 1.0-3.3V: J1 1,2 pin are short circuit connected; 3, 4 pin are short circuit connected
  • 2.0-5V: J1 1,2 pin are short circuit connected; 3, 4 pin are short circuit connected
  • 3.0-10V: J1 1,2 pin are short circuit connected; 3, 4 pin are disconnected

Features:

  1. Wide supply voltage range, the output has multiple voltage ranges
  2. Zero and range can be adjusted
  3. High stability, good linearity, industrial grade
  4. Current signal sampling resistor with high precision color ring resistance, high precision, temperature drift small, high power

Package Includes:

1 x 4-20mA to 5V Converter for Arduino Industrial Sensor Interface Board

SKU: 975694 Category:
Input Current (A)

4-20Ma & 0-20mA

Output Voltage(V)

0-3.3V 0-5V 0-10V

Weight (g):

12

Shipping Weight 0.02 kg
Shipping Dimensions 6 × 5 × 3 cm

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  1. pyal_p (verified owner)

    This is really nice but few thingscould havebeen better

    pyal_p

  2. Gnanasekaran (verified owner)

    Super

    Gnanasekaran

  3. harishraz18 (verified owner)

    good

    harishraz18

  4. rana.das81sept21

    Brilliant

    rana.das81sept21

Questions and answers of the customers

    I have tried this module with arduino, i have powe... Read more
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    Q I have tried this module with arduino, i have powered it from teh 5v and gnd pins from arduino, i...... Read more answer now
    Asked by pyal_p on February 15, 2024 10:37 am
    A Yes, you can power the 4-20mA to 5V Converter for ... Read more
    A Thank you for your reply, My question is will I ge... Read more
  2. I want to use it for temperature sensorfs in teh i... Read more
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    Q I want to use it for temperature sensorfs in teh industry, I want to know how robust it is and ho...... Read more answer now
    Asked by pyal_p on January 9, 2024 2:29 pm
    A The module is designed to be robust and suitable f... Read more
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