I work on a new power plant project. We are looking to add some measurement devices on a set of CTs (secondary side of course) which are already use for different purposes. (protection, SCADA etc...)
I am wondering if this can induce some problems, like falsifying the measurments. Cause as far as I know, if we increase the line length it will increase the line impedance which is probably not so good to get accurate measurement values.
If you check your CT secondary terminals you will be able to tell the number of cores. Mostly multi core CT's are used with maybe two for measurements and two for protection. If you are lucky you might find a spare core on on your CT you can use that one. If not check on the rated burden on the CT name plate and compare with the load you are trying to connect. Try not to use the protection core for your measurements.