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Regarding current measurement using ammeter

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vijayanand_ME

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Hi all
I am having a ammeter which can measure 10.000A. If suppose i want to measure current of 8.999999A i.e) variation in micor amps. How can i measure it. Say i having a uA meter (Which can meassure upto 999uA) and a 10.000A meter how can i connect both the meters to measure the current in terms of uA variation. Is it possible to measure using these two meters or any other way to measure? Got my question?
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The resolution of the 10A-Ammeter has to be increased down to 1µA ..
In this context, the 1mA (or 999µA) ammeter is useless ..

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IanP
 

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