So i am trying to measure current in the range of mAmps from 10 different cells together which are parallel/series connected. Is there a way to use the Arduino pins to measure that. Also what current sensor should i be using and do i have to buy 10 of them? Can anyone help me with the wiring/programming
Any other solutions would be helpful.
The arduino pins only measure voltage. So you will need something to convert from current to voltage.
Whether or not you need 10 of them, depends on how much circuitry you want to build and how many parts you want.
Since you are looking for help with both the wiring and the programming, I will let you know that this will not be a simple project. No one here is going to do it for you. They will help when it is broke, but not build it (with being paid) for you.
Let's start with you posting more information on what and why and a picture of the battery pack you are trying to measure.
what current sensor should i be using and do i have to buy 10 of them?
the easiest way to do this is using a current sensor that gives a voltage output, since arduino input are 0-5V based. your code and wiring depends on which sensor you get.
10 different cells together which are parallel/series connected.
What sort of cells?
Please post a hand drawn circuit diagram (not a Fritzing mess).
Note: it is almost always a bad idea to connect different types of cells together.