Voltage Clamp - 5v boost sensor

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  1. neddy

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    Jun 5, 2011
    I am trying to make a voltage clamp for an automotive boost sensor.
    the sensor on the vehicle has a range of approx 0.8v at atmosphere and 3.0v+ under boost. i wish to clamp it at approx 2.5v - 2.6v,

    I built a silicon chip Fuel cut defender ( http://www.siliconchip.com.au/cms/A_108397/article.html ) but if any voltage of less than 1.4v is on the input the output stays at 1.4v and i do not understand why. above 1.4v the input and output are approx the same until the clamping voltage, as expected

    an alternative circuit or other suggestion would be much appreciated.
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    Jan 28, 2005

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