- Joined Oct 10, 2015
I am working to create a simple Current Transducer Circuit that will work for an industrial application. I included a current transducer (LTS 15-NP) and I am looking to keep the output signal between -5 and +5 volts AC peak to peak (approximately +/-3.6 V RMS). As you can see, I have incorporated (not knowing if there is a better solution) a couple of 1N4148's to clamp any stray source voltages that may otherwise burn up the pcb. Keeping in mind that I don't want to do anything that will change the voltage signal from Rs (sensing feed), what can I do to make the circuit more resilient and robust? What should be done to make sure it is safer and protected, prior to initial testing? Thanks for any help or suggestions. PS ...I understand there is no gain on the Op Amp.
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