regarding CT ratio

IF 66kv CT with secondary 1 ampere is installed on 66kv line bay,What would be the 66 kv CT with secondary for transformer bay,will it be 1 ampere or 5 ampere?

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asked 7/19/2016
VIKRAM SARMHAL3
VIKRAM SARMHAL

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