Shunt Resistors are electrical device that create a low-resistance path for current flow. As a result, the current can move to a different location in the circuit. Ammeter shunts and current shunt resistors are other names for shunts. With their low levels of resistance, shunt resistors are frequently utilised to measure high currents. The purpose of an electrical shunt is to provide a low-resistance path through which electricity can pass or be directed past a predetermined point in a circuit, Measuring higher currents with DQN moving-coil instruments.
|Resistor Type||Shunt Resistor|
|No of Screw||2|