What is shunt
Asked by hv200613 | 20th Oct, 2021, 11:36: AM
Shunt is a device used to calibrate or extend the range of an ammeter. It is connected in parallel in a circuit. It is to measure current, hence it needs low resistance and to have low resistance it must be connected in parallel.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 20th Oct, 2021, 11:43: AM
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