Digital Ammeter Wiring With Current Transformer - CT Coil

Every time when we wired our home, or we using electric power, or we share our electricity. Every time we want to find out full load Ampere (A) . That's way i am sharing digital ammeter wiring diagram with CT current transformer- wiring connection.

Ampere mean the the load or the consumption of current of a circuit. Mostly people did not wire this meter in home but i think, these people did not know about the advantage of ampere meter. So i talk about the load or consumption current. But the main question comes to newbie person is that what is ampere.
We know that the flow of electrons in a conductor is called current, it's unit Ampere and it is denoted by I.
Or We can said that if one coulombs of electron flow from a point to another point in one second time is called one Ampere (A).
Also read below:
What's Ampmeter and It's types
How to instill amp meter for DC and AC load
How to wire a panel Analog Ampere meter with CT coil

How To Digital Panel  Ammeter Wiring With Current Transformer

As we know that for AC load testing we use current transformer with Ampere meter to measure Amps. In digital amp meter have 4 terminals or connection points in which two connection points for 220 voltage supply which operate the display circuit. Other 2 is for CT coil where we connect the current transformer wires. Hers is a digital ampere meter circuit diagram with CT.

Ammeter wiring diagram

I always try my best to make simple and understandable diagram. As in above ammeter wiring diagram i shown DAM with CT in incoming supply and out supply to load. Incoming supply mean enter electric wire where we get electric power and ES to the load means where we use the E power.
Do this wiring circuit as shown in above and it's simple, however now if you want ask any question regarding digital ammeter wiring with current transformer then you can use the below comments area.

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