This circuit converts an input current to a proportional amount of voltage. Use the two switches to select an input current. This current flows across a 1k resistor. The op-amp outputs a voltage equal to the voltage drop across the resistor in order to ensure that the – terminal is at ground, which means that the output voltage is proportional to the resistor voltage (and therefore to the input current). -- Credits: Mr. Paul Falstad.
|Yada said: (Mar 21, 2012)|
|What type of op-amp do you used?|
|Siddu` said: (Oct 16, 2012)|
|What type used for a schmitt trigger.|
|Longin Sebahizi said: (Mar 18, 2014)|
|Thank you very much for the simulation for the Current to voltage converter.
What type of op-amp used in this converter?
What the output signal of the converter will look like if the input current is AC?
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