New generation of cage-type current shunts developed using model analysis
This paper describes a new generation of cage-type ac/dc current shunts from 30 mA up to 10 A developed using a lumped circuit element model. Comparison of the calculated and measured values shows agreement better than 6 ppm in the ac-dc difference at frequencies up to 100 kHz.
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