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milliamp

(MILLIAMPere) One thousandth of an amp. Abbreviated "mA." See ampere-hour.
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The signal conditioners convert thermocouple signals into the standard 4 to 20 milliamp signal, which can be run over long distances on standard cable with less chance of signal deterioration.
The 14 milliamp maximum LVD drivers can be implemented within a single chip and have the low cost elements of single ended interfaces.
Ramsey says the TriboLink system can also accept a 420 milliamp signal from any other monitor, such as for differential pressure, temperature, velocity, fan motor current, opacity or VOC emissions, and can tie into a plant's programmable logic controller (PLC) operating system.
The ability to provide accurate power, up to 100 milliamp on each input.
The DPI 842 frequency loop calibrator provides all these functions in addition to milliamp measurement, loop power and switch detection.
B & K Precision Corporation has announced the Model 316 AC/DC Milliamp Clamp Meter.
Field instruments--flow meters, pressure transmitters, valve positioners, and the like that take readings out in the field--still widely rely on an analog standard, known as 4-20 milliamp, to communicate signals back to the control room.
According to IBM the new transistor uses a modified design and the company's silicon germanium technology to achieve speeds of 210Ghz while drawing just a milliamp of electrical current - an 80% improvement in performance and a 50% reduction in power consumption compared to current designs.
Output is a linear, 4-20 milliamp signal that is said to be handled by virtually any PLC or temperature controller.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Milliamp Process Clamp Meter
Standard universal inputs on all controllers, including thermocouple, RTD, milliamp, millivolt and DC voltage.
Viatran Corporation's low power 770 pressure transmitter draws less than 1 milliamp of power and is designed specifically for applications where only solar power or battery power is available Typical applications are: solar power, battery power, natural gas pipelines, gas compressors, RTUs and offshore oil rigs.