#1I see no difference other than you're measuring the current before the meter draws off any power. I doubt your meter draws very much power, so I don't think you're going to notice any change. If any, it would probably be very little difference.
#2will it be enough to detect? Will it be enough to measure?
#3it appears that taking the power feed from past the current transformer will probably not lead to any obvious errors.
#4Said it before, saying it again; it will make virtually no difference which side you put the red wire on.
#5It wil not make a MEASURABLE difference in the values read with that meter.
Id like to move the red wire for the kwh meter shown from before to after the coil.
So you want to move the red wire without moving the red wire? OK, if that's your question - it can't be done.Especially considering that it was not even my question.
Well, there goes my answer. Shot down in my prime.What question? Oh that question that i never asked.
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