PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 Analog Simulator Application Examples
The PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 Analog Simulator can simulate a 4-20mA 2 wire device, a 4-20mA current source such as a 3 or 4 wire device, and a -10 to +10VDC voltage source. It can connect to any analog input. Below are some application examples of it in use.
- How to Simulate a 4-20mA or 0-10VDC Analog Signal - PLC Tools SIM-ALP2
- The PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 Analog Simulator's 4-20mA and 0-10VDC Sweep and Step Feature
- Simulating a 4-20mA 4 wire current source with the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 analog simulator
- How a PLC Input Reads a 4-20 mA signal featuring the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2
- How to Wire 4-20mA 2 Wire Current Loops and 4 Wire Current Source Analog Instruments
- 0-10VDC and 4-20mA. The Most Popular Analog Signals. Why Use One Over the Other. Voltage Drop?
- Measuring a 4-20mA signal without blowing the fuse in your meter.
- Simulate PID Setpoints using the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 Analog Simulator 4-20mA Custom Profile Steps
- How to Test an Actuated Valve Using a 4-20mA Signal using the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2
- Simulating a -10VDC Analog Signal to Reverse a Motor Such as a Servo without Swapping Signal Wires
- How does the Sweep Feature of the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 Analog Simulator Work?
- What does the "OPEN WIRE" banner mean on the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2
- Clarification of power up procedure and power icon on the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 and SIM-IPE
- What types of analog signals can the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 connect to
- How to use the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 with 1762-IF4 and 1762-IF2OF2 module in Current Source and Two-Wire modes
- Determining the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 0-20mA Engineering Units from 4-20mA scaling parameters
- Using a 2 AA battery adapter to extend the operating time of the PLC Tools SIM-ALP2 Analog Simulator