Shunt

Description

A DC shunt, which is actually a low resistance resistor, is usually used when a large current is to be measured. When current flows through the shunt, a millivolt voltage appears at both ends of it, so a millivolt voltmeter is used to measure this voltage, which is then converted to current to complete the measurement of high currents.

Features

Tight Tolerance (Class 0.1)

Low Thermal EMF

Low TCR

Low PCR

Maximum Rated Current 100KA

Applications

BMS

Electric Power

Industrial Controls

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