Typical Applications

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A Pearson Current Monitor can be used for measuring and monitoring:

    * Current waveshape and amplitude in high and low voltage circuits, from microamperes to megamperes
    * Circuits where the use of viewing resistors is unsuitable because of ground-loop noise, insertion resistance, or a lack of high voltage isolation
    * Pulse currents at high voltage, as associated with microwave or x-ray tube modulators, particle accelerators and lasers
    * Current transients and harmonics in power systems
    * Lightning-strike currents
    * Pulsed charged-particle beam current
    * Current in electrolytes and plasmas
    * EMI currents
    * Video and RF currents
    * Currents in spot and induction welders
    * Antenna phasing
    * Flash-tube current