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ammeter

 [am´me-ter]
an instrument for measuring in amperes the strength of a current flowing in a circuit.

am·me·ter (am),

(am'mē-ter),
An instrument for measuring the strength of electric current in amperes.

am·me·ter

(am) (am'ē-tĕr)
An instrument for measuring strength of electric current in amperes.

am·me·ter

(am) (am'ē-tĕr)
An instrument for measuring strength of electric current in amperes.
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Ammeter shunt resistors enable higher currents to be measured than are possible with a normal ammeter because they shunt the majority of the current around the meter.
The main problem with shunt ammeters is their inherently high input resistance.
Ix Innovations PocketPico SafeRanging picoammeter is a low current ammeter that measures DC current from 20 pA to 2 mA.