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mA to A measurement display of PM5000 (PM5350P)

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mA to A measurement display of PM5000 (PM5350P)

Hello.

 

I do not know why I am so confused about this when it should be trivial (and the user guide is not clear about measured values).

 

We would like to have the PM5350P show current value in A and not mA. Why does it show in mA?  I played with CT primary and seconday. At 1200 primary and 5 secondary, it should show A, am I correct? Is it dependent upon the load? At what load does it change to A?

 

Thanks,

 

Yarom

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