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.
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.
But the 16 milliamp
shock, delivered through electrodes attached to your wrists, can cause muscle spasms strong enough to make you drop the controller.
Many reports have claimed that the 4.7-inch version of the iPhone 6 will ship with a battery between 1,800 and 1,900 (milliAmp
According to Moghaddam, the latest designs give currents of around 1 milliamp
at a similar voltage, which although is not enough to drive cellphones, but can power simpler electronic systems or microrobots.
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.
The DSCT accepts a wide range of inputs including millivolt, volt, milliamp
, thermocouple, RTD, potentiometer, and slidewire.
The Razr M has a 4.3-inch screen, high-resolution display and 2,000 milliamp
is precious in low-power portable applications.
This unit averages all the temperatures as 4-20 milliamp
signals and sends the averaged signal to the controller and the unaveraged signals to the host computer through an RS-232C protocol.
The first card generates a 4-20 milliamp