TIDA-01063 measures an AC current, but can DC be gauged with the same Rogowski method?
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Our customer said;
P-N voltage is 282V typical, but they don' t know grand-fault voltage.
Also, they don't know grand-fault current.
A power for the amplifier can be made because this is new design.
The shunt registance is 2m-ohm, they use.
They ware try to Hole method current sensing, but the coil ballance is bad.
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