This is a RTD Pt-100 Transmitter, It can Convert Thermocouple mV or RTD mV to 4-20 mA Current Transmitter. The part numbers on Circuit and silk screen may not match. But the PCB may be usable. The output is a current source and not a current sink. It goes to a 4-20mA Mux with a common ground. The Circuit RTD-Pt-100-Transmitter Circuit.
This low-cost transmitter was made to send RTD information in a 4-20mA over long distance. The 4-20mA was the input to a Analog-Mux which interfaced to a GE-Fanuc PLC system and a 486 Computer. The Analog Multiplexer Built around CD4051 was was controlled by PLC to get data from numerous channels. This reduced the cost of the System. This is ok when Real-Time Acquisition is not required. The Analog 4-20 to 4-20 Mux-Buffer circuit can be seen at Industrial Process Control Circuits.
This was done as customer budget could not afford dedicated analog input modules for every channel. There were more than 50 Inputs. The thermal inertia of system did not need a real time or fast correction.
The PNGs of PCB is 600dpi 16 color. It is to be scaled appropriately.
ICM7217 is a four digit, presettable up/down counter with an onboard presettable register continuously compared to the counter. The ICM7217 is intended for use in hard-wired applications where thumbwheel switches are used for loading data, and simple SPDT switches are used for chip control.
Digital Timers, Counters and Clocks has some of my designs using chips like this.
This circuit provides multiplexed 7 segment LED display outputs, with common anode or common cathode configurations available. Digit and segment drivers are provided to directly drive displays of up to 0.8 inch character height (common anode) at a 25% duty cycle. The frequency of the onboard multiplex oscillator may be controlled with a single capacitor, or the oscillator may be allowed to free run. Leading zeros can be blanked. The data appearing at the 7 segment and BCD outputs is latched; the content of the counter is transferred into the latches under external control by means of the Store pin.
See an Application of 7217 as a Preset Counter which is used in Process Control
Features of Chip
- Four Decade, Presettable Up-Down Counter with Parallel Zero Detect
- Settable Register with Contents Continuously Compared to Counter
- Directly Drives Multiplexed 7 Segment Common Anode or Common Cathode LED Displays
- On-Board Multiplex Scan Oscillator
- Schmitt Trigger On Count Input
- TTL Compatible BCD I/O Port, Carry/Borrow, Equal, and Zero Outputs
- Display Blank Control for Lower Power Operation; Quiescent Power Dissipation <5mW
- All Terminals Fully Protected Against Static Discharge
- Single 5V Supply Operation
This is another Intersil Masterpiece in days when using uP was complex and uC was not available.A 8085 could be used but with many supporting chips and it consumed power. This was a CMOS innovation low on power and just one ASIC had the fexibility for many digital operations.A ThumbWheel and Display Interface completed a Gadget.