A current to voltage convertor is essentially a device which takes a current as an input and provides a voltage as an output.Originally posted by haditya@Mar 28 2004, 06:02 AM
:huh: someone help me on this what does one mean by a "current to voltage convertor" :unsure:
In addition to what mozikluv has said, have a look at the Transresistance Ampilfier.
It is essentially a current to voltage convertor which takes an input as a current and produces a voltage output. For all intents purposes its very like an inverting amplifier and considerations should be given as if it were an inverting amplifier.
If I can find a link to the Transresistance amplifier I will post it up for you to have a look.
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