Users often specify dual-output 4-2omA current loop splitters in their systems. Common reasons include:
- The need for an output boost to drive several loads at once.
- The need to run independent isolated current loops to two different systems.
These needs often can be met with a less-expensive single-loop isolator. The diagram shows the basic idea - use the source transmitter to drive the isolator's input plus the first loop, then use the isolator's output to drive the second loop.
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