pnp to npn converter

hello,any body can design pnp to npn converter to use plc ,you know plc's work with 4 to 20 mA and 0 to 48 DC volt or 0 to 120 AC voltage,

by sinister
November 26, 2018

Understand that you have a PNP transistor and you wish to add a programmable logic controller with the aim of making the overall assembly look like an NPN transistor. Please provide some additional information. 1. Is any terminal grounded? 2.What bandwidth do you require? 3. What current gain do you require? 4. What Vbe limits do you apply?

by mikerogerswsm
November 26, 2018

can design pnp converter to npn to use plc ,you know plc works in 4-20 mA ,0-48 DC voltage ,0-120 AC VOLTAGE

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https://imgur.com/a/Qs1NgVe

by sinister
November 26, 2018

Thank you for your photos. Please provide the circuit diagram and state clearly your question .

by mikerogerswsm
November 28, 2018
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Answer by sinister

hello can design pnp converter to npn to use plc ,you know plc works in 4-20 mA ,0-48 DC voltage ,0-120 AC VOLTAGE

upload :

https://imgur.com/a/Qs1NgVe

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by sinister
November 26, 2018

Thank you for your photos. Please provide the circuit diagram and state clearly your question .

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November 28, 2018
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