125-450Micro Ohms Shunt For Energy Meter Straight manganese copper shunt

125-450Micro Ohms Shunt For Energy Meter  Straight manganese copper shunt

125-450Micro Ohms Shunt For Energy Meter Straight manganese copper shunt

Haiyan Weijia Electrical Technology Co., Ltd.

An energy meter is a device that measures the amount of electrical energy consumed by a load. It is typically used to monitor and bill electricity usage in residential and commercial buildings. A micro ohm shunt is often used in energy meters to measure the current flowing through the meter. The shunt is connected in parallel with the load, and the voltage across the shunt is measured to determine the current flow. The resistance of the shunt is an important factor in the accuracy and performance of the energy meter. A shunt with a lower resistance value will result in a more accurate measurement, but may also generate more heat. A shunt with a higher resistance value will result in a less accurate measurement but will generate less heat.

Product Details


Product:  Manganese copper shunt
Material:  Copper, manganese copper
Accuracy:  ± 5%
Process:  Electron beam welding, brazing
Production: Production and processing

  • High Accuarcy, Resistance Tolerance <±3%
  • T2 Copper, 6J13 / 6J12  Manganin
  • Temperature Coefficient as low as 40/20 ppm/k
  • Power Loss Less than 50mw
  • NO Visible Welds, Smooth  Surface
  • Pure manganin copper shunt for electrical meter

about us

Haiyan Weijia Electric Technology Co., Ltd is a professional China Energy Meter Shunts Manufacturers and 350 micro ohm shunts factory, covers an area of 13 acres, with a total construction area of about 12,000 square meters and more than 200 employees. The company mainly produces in-meter accessories such as current transformers, manganese-copper shunts ,wholesale prepayment meter shunts and magnetic holding relays. The transformer production capacity is 80,000 per day, shunts are 50,000 per day, and 20,000 relays per day. The company invests millions of dollars each year in equipment upgrades, production process improvements and new product development. Currently has dozens of technical patents, enterprise management passed ISO9001 certification, relays and transformers obtained CE EU certification.
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