what is current sensitivity nd voltage sensitivity...define maximum

Current sensitivity is the measure of responsiveness of any instrument to the change of current through it.

It is defined as 'The deflection produced for a unit current flowing through an instrument (galvanometer)'.

Voltage sensitivity is the measure of responsiveness of any instrument to the change of applied voltage across it.

'The deflection produced for a unit voltage applied across the two terminals of an instrument (galvanometer)'.

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Current sensitivity is the deflection produced in the galvanometer per unit current passing through it

and Voltage sensitivity is the deflection produced in the galvanometer per unit voltage passing through it..

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