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Shunts & Multipliers MCQ Questions & Answers

Shunts & Multipliers MCQs : This section focuses on the "Shunts & Multipliers". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Shunts & Multipliers skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.




Question 1

A multiplier is __________

A. non-inductive
B. resistive
C. capacitive
D. non-capacitive

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Question 2

A shunt can be used to measure large currents.

A. True
B. False

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Question 3

A shunt is a __________

A. very high resistance
B. medium resistance
C. very low resistance
D. high resistance

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Question 4

Current terminals have a small current capacity.

A. True
B. False

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Question 5

In case of AC ammeters, shunts consist of __________

A. impedance
B. capacitance
C. resistance
D. inductance

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Question 6

Moving coil instruments have a current and voltage rating of __________

A. 100 A and 25 V
B. 50 mA and 50 mV
C. 75 nA and 100 ?V
D. 25 ?A and 75 V

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Question 7

Potential terminals have a __________

A. high current capacity
B. low voltage capacity
C. low current capacity
D. high voltage capacity

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Question 8

Range of an electrical instrument depends on __________

A. current
B. voltage
C. power
D. resistance

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Question 9

What is the condition for using a multiplier in A.C. voltmeters?

A. by using ac supply
B. by maintaining a uniform impedance
C. by maintaining a uniform frequency
D. by using a galvanometer

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Question 10

What is the effect of the ammeter range on the shunt resistance?

A. no effect
B. varies by a factor of multiplying factor
C. varies by a factor of the resistance
D. varies by a factor of unity

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Question 11

Moving coil instruments have a current and voltage rating of __________

A. 100 A and 25 V
B. 50 mA and 50 mV
C. 75 nA and 100 μV
D. 25 μA and 75 V

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