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by anonymous
Hello,
we find that the values acquired by the analog input in current loop and those sent as mqtt are different. For example, 4mA read from the router web page and from the sensor, corresponds to the value in MQTT. The value of 16mA corresponds to the value 2616 in MQTT. Is it necessary to apply any conversion to have the current value in MQTT? If we use analog input voltage everything works fine and we divide the value sent in MQTT by 1000.
Tnk
by anonymous
I also have the same problem And I'm looking for a solution too as I need to implement a solution for a client.

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by anonymous

Hello,

Thank you for contacting .

The value you are getting needs to be divided by 1000. Then you will get the actual value. 

Current conversion from voltages to ampere is not implemented in the TRB devices but its implemented in Rut955

You can refer to the screenshot attached.

Thank you.

Regards,

Ahmed