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martinocko9

i want to measure 6 ac currents and 3 voltage phases.
i dont want to use modules that you screw wires on.
the problem is that i dont know how to measure current with current transformer.
maybe measure voltage drop on resistor but then problem is that voltage is ac.

wvmarle

i want to measure 6 ac currents and 3 voltage phases.
What you mean with this?

What voltage/current are you looking at?

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the problem is that i dont know how to measure current with current transformer.
Well, if nothing else works, read the manual... I'm sure those things come with one.
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Paul_KD7HB

i want to measure 6 ac currents and 3 voltage phases.
i dont want to use modules that you screw wires on.
the problem is that i dont know how to measure current with current transformer.
maybe measure voltage drop on resistor but then problem is that voltage is ac.
Before you do anything, determine the current ranges you are monitoring and the voltages you are monitoring. Once those values are determined, then you can research methods of monitoring.

Paul

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