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Design and implementation of a low cost MCU based current loop calibration device

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UV1001
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UV1001   11/6/2011 3:22:22 PM
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It would have been nice if the author publish a schematic diagram and/or source code for his design

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fyucel   11/4/2011 10:46:42 AM
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It must be LF351. We correct it. Thanks for your contribution.

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Kenneth43   11/2/2011 8:14:43 AM
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For me LM317 is a regulator, not an amplifier

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prabhakar_deosthali   10/30/2011 12:36:43 PM
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IF there is such a cost difference between the currently available calibration devices and the solution described here, it may be a good idea to convert this solution into a commercial product. can save thousands of dollars

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