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Thread: Amp meter on 2300 volts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jraef View Post
    To educate yourself more on this, watch this video. The "spider web" situation I described shows at 1:09.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldDigger View Post
    To affect the current measured by either a clamp-on ammeter or a current transformer, the "shielding" would have to actually be a current carrying concentric neutral.
    Yes, that was the basis of my question. I worked a bit with MV up to 11kV but I have never seen that sort of shielding. Mostly, we use multi-core SWA but the point of measurement would be on individual conductors which are not usually shielded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldDigger View Post
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    Added it back in. Not sure what happened there.
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