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Why CT is shorted?

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The 'secondary (or load) side is lower current (and therefore higher voltage). ... Unless a burden (i.e. meters, relays, etc.) is connected to the CT, current transformers should always be shorted across the secondary terminals. The reason is very high voltages will be induced at the terminals.

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