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How to interface CT input directly to a PIC and drive a LCD

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I have a current line connected to a load, where I want to measure the AMPERAGE of . So I thought of using a CURRENT TRANSFORMER and get the analog input of that CT to 16F8xx family PIC IC . And to drive a LCD from that PIC to show the output of the current .

please guide me with this .
 

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Use a ballast load resistor on the output of the CT and then a differential opamp to bias the signal at half the A2D range
 

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