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  • Wiring 5v Analog Sensors

    I have a P1-04ADL-2 (0-10v 4 Port Analog Input), do I just wire the 5v power supply negative to the common (Positives connecting to sensors) and the 24v power supply to the 24v In and Common?


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    Do you have a 3 or 4 wire transmitter?
    You will have to provide 24VDC to the module on the 24V and 0V terminals.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by techme View Post
      Do you have a 3 or 4 wire transmitter?
      You will have to provide 24VDC to the module on the 24V and 0V terminals.
      3 Wire, I'm guessing the 24v will act just as a comparator and I could skip the commons? I was calling the 0v "common" in the above post

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      • #4
        So if your transmitter requires 5VDC then you would wire it like the diagram for the 3 wire transmitter. 5VDC + to the transmitter V+ 5VDC V- to the transmitter - and COM terminal on the module. Then the Voltage output transmitter to the V1+ on the module.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by techme View Post
          So if your transmitter requires 5VDC then you would wire it like the diagram for the 3 wire transmitter. 5VDC + to the transmitter V+ 5VDC V- to the transmitter - and COM terminal on the module. Then the Voltage output transmitter to the V1+ on the module.
          Thank you for your help.

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