Table of Contents

- 1 What value of shunt is to be connected across a galvanometer of resistance of 20 Ohm so that only 0.5\% of the main current will pass through the galvanometer?
- 2 What is the value of shunt resistance required?
- 3 What is the value of the shunt resistance that allows 20\% of the main current through a galvanometer of 100 Ω *?
- 4 What is the value of the shunt resistance that allows 20\%?
- 5 What is the use of shunt resistance?

## What value of shunt is to be connected across a galvanometer of resistance of 20 Ohm so that only 0.5\% of the main current will pass through the galvanometer?

Shunt connected is 99//20Omega.

**What is the value of the shunt resistance required if a galvanometer has a resistance of 50 ohm?**

What is the value of the shunt resistance (S) required if a galvanometer has a resistance f 50 Ω and a maximum of 0.05A current that can be passed through it? The ammeter range is changed to 20 A. Therefore, the required shunt resistance is 0.125 Ω.

**What is the value of shunt resistance connected across galvanometer?**

The value of the shunt resistance is 2 Ω.

### What is the value of shunt resistance required?

A shunt resistance of 50 Ω is required for extending the range of an ammeter from 100 μA to 500 μA. the value of internal resistance of the ammeter is: Q6.

**What is the value of the shunt resistance that allows 20\% of the main current through the galvanometer of 99 ohm?**

Therefore, the the value of shunt resistance that allows 20\% of the main current through a galvanometer of 99 Ω is 24.75Ω.

**What will be the resistance of the shunt when only 2\% of the main current is to be passed through a galvanometer of resistance G?**

G/50

If only 2\% of the main current is to be passed through a galvanometer of resistance G, then the resistance of shunt will be. G/50.

## What is the value of the shunt resistance that allows 20\% of the main current through a galvanometer of 100 Ω *?

24.75 ohms. One way to handle parallel circuits is to convert to conductance. The conductance of the added resistor needs to be 4 times the galvanometer to have 20\% go through the galvanometer.

**What is the value of shunt resistance for an ideal voltmeter?**

The resistance of an ideal voltmeter should be infinite.

**What is the value of shunt resistance which is to be connected in a galvanometer to convert if into an ammeter?**

955Ω

### What is the value of the shunt resistance that allows 20\%?

**What will be the shunt required to pass 10 of the main current through moving coil galvanometer having resistance 99ω ____Ω?**

. 9.9Ω

If 10\% of the main current is to be passed through the moving coil galvanometer of resistance 99Ω , then the required shunt resistance will be: A. 9.9Ω

**What is the value of the shunt of a galvanometer?**

The value of shunt, in order to convert it into an ammeter of 10 ampere range, will be A galvanometer with resistance 100 Ω gives full scale deflection with a current of 10 mA. The value of shunt, in order to convert it into an ammeter of 10 ampere range, will be

## What is the use of shunt resistance?

It is an electrical conductor which is used with Analog /Permanent magnetic moving coil meters as well as digital meters. Shunt resistancae must be connected in Parallel & its resistance must be lower than meter resistance so that maximum ammount of current will be bypassed through this external resistance.

**What is the resistance of a galvanometer with a current 10 Ma?**

[SOLVED] A galvanometer with resistance 100 Ω gives full scale deflection with a current of 10 mA . The value of shunt, in order to convert it into an ammeter of 10 ampere range, will be A galvanometer with resistance 100 Ω gives full scale deflection with a current of 10 mA.

**What is the full scale deflection of the galvanometer?**

Given : Full scale deflection of the galvanometer is 5 mA. What is the value of shunt resistance required to convert a galvanometer of resistance 100Ω into an ammeter of range 1A?