I’ve recently purchased a Particle Photon and a CT sensor (SCT013 60A/1V) with a view to monitor the electricity coming into my home. I’ve created a basic prototype of the circuit using a breadboard (which I believe is correct) and have written some very basic code to read in from the connected analogue pin. The value I see from the analogue pin equates to about 1.65V which is correct when no current is present (output on the board is 3.3V and so the two resistors reduce this as expected). The issue is I’m not able to ever get the value to change. I’ve placed the clamp over various power draws (100W light bulb, 4A phone charger) but I can’t get it to move from 1.65V. The CT sensor has continuity between the two wires but it’s like it just isn’t working. From my understanding this model already has a built in burden resistor and should produce up to 1V @ 60A. Am I doing something wrong here? Is there a way to test the CT sensor? Any help would be greatly appreciated.