Most of the times it gets burned
Now i am trying to improve the current being sent to the inductor, I am not sure how i can send more current to it. There is a multiplexer stage in-between the sensor and the frequency generator and if i send more than 20 mA current to the multiplexer it will definitely get burned. So clearly I need to send it afterwards.
...Voltage drop across the inductor = AC voltage / Inductor. => VL = Vac / L...
E = -L di/dt => - 224x10^-6(0.036) => 8.064 micro volts.
I = Vac/ XL = 10 / 2*Pi*20*10^3*224*10^-6 => 0.36;
To do that with the Oscilloscope, you measure the peak to peak Voltage (Vpp) and Vrms=Vpp/sqrt(2)
Please see the above link for the inductor. Its order code is 22r224c
Ron of my Multiplexer is 300 ohm when supplying +15 v.
i will make the calculations and see how it goes.
Whenever i solve problem another seems to arise
When i connect the oscilloscope at the filter output, i can clearly see the rectified wave
But when i connect it to thearduinos adc it reverts back to sine wave.