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Thanks, but for high currents there are several. I need it for 30 or 40V and 30 to 100mA.You sure didn't try very hard.
How about this one at $2.00/piece; it's a BEAST!!
Yes you're right, it could never work. The way you present it is correct.Your circuit will not work.
Try this one:
You don't need to find a part the closely matches your requirement. You find one that meets or exceeds your requirement. As always, cost is a factor.Thanks Papabravo,
I did several searches but I can't find for 100mA and 28V for example. Only for very high currents. In the same project I will use 4 sets of outputs.
You know that the current rating is maximum current, right? It will still work at lower currents!Thanks, but for high currents there are several. I need it for 30 or 40V and 30 to 100mA.
My project connect to sink or source PLC inputs and PLC inputs is 24Vdc and abaut 10mA.
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