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Note as well that the actual circuit ground is on the top side of R1 – Vout is the ground potential for the purpose of this circuit. Any real current source will have a voltage limit beyond which it will not deliver a constant current.
From there, it’s just a matter of tuning either the set resistor of the LM or daatasheet voltage threshold to trim to the setpoint. In the schematic, I1 represents the LM My goal is to make an alarm of sorts when that impedance exceeds a threshold, and the way I want to do that is to detect when the is in current limiting mode. The trip point is intended to be no higher than ohms per volt – 10k. In the case of the LM, it is rated with a voltage drop of 2.
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If the voltage is more than 2. Post as a guest Name. How to tell when an LM is limiting the current?
All of that is true. The load has a variable impedance. You can increase the resistance of the divider if you can use a larger load resistor R3 or a higher-gain transistor. R2 completely determines the behavior of datasbeet system, when looked at from outside, and sets the leakage current.
Usually when a current supplied less than the current required, there is a voltage drop. Nope, it won’t work.
When it’s passing less than 1 mA of current, I would expect it to be acting like a very low-value resistor, meaning that the voltage drop across it should be low. Furthermore, I think it’s rather crazy that you allow such high ground impedance 10k.
The LM in this case does not have an infinite voltage with which to overcome the load impedance.
It’s also intended to at least attempt to desensitize the circuit to the tolerance variation of the k resistor and the supply voltage. The divider produces about 0. The typical performance is shown in the datasheet in this graph: Spehro Pefhany k 4 In the old circuit, the output drives an optoisolator’s LED, but that circuit isn’t accurate or sensitive enough.