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There are numerous methods used to measure current. The most common ways include the use of a resistive shunt, a transformer, or a magnetic sensor. Resistive shunts operate by Ohm’s law giving a voltage proportional to the current going through the shunt. It is a resistor in series with the load. This offers good accuracy and low offset, but does not provide electrical isolation and has high thermal drift. This allows transient spikes to ruin the sensor and potentially overload the electronics.
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