Not sure how much power is being drained from your battery? The Battery Watt Meter provides you the key operating parameters of your battery & loads in real time. The meter is installed in-line between your battery and whatever devices you have running (the loads).
For installation simply connect the two ring terminals to your battery, and the anderson plug to your loads. Once power is flowing, the meter will initialise and show these ratings:
The Battery Watt Meter only requires a tiny 7mA draw to operate, so there will be no significant reduction in your power production during usage.
|Safe Operating Voltage||0V - 60V|
|Safe Operating Current||
0 - 100A Intermitten
Note: this assumed the device's writes are in free air, and attached to connections at or below temperature of 35C with adequate air flow. 100A operation time depends on ambient and wiring temperatures.
|Nominal Operating Conditions||
0C - 50C ambient air temperature, non condensing humidity
Note: Max temperature must be reduced at max current rating.
|Measurement Update Period||400 mS|
|Data Queue Sequence Time||2 seconds|
|In Circuit Resistance||0.001 Ohms|
|Auxiliary Power Voltage||
4.8V - 60V
eg. from a receiver battery
Approx. 85mmL x 42mmW x25mmD (only watt meter unit)
Approx. 200mm L x 42mm W x 25mm D (including anderson plug)
|Display Screen||16 Character x 2 row STN LCD|
Battery Watt Meter Measurement Parameters
0 - 60V, 0.01V Resolution
Note: 0V min. w/auxiliary power, eg. a receiver battery. Otherwise, 4.0V
0 - 150A peak, 0.01A Resolution
Note: 65A continuous
|Power||0 - 9000W, 0.1W Resolution|
|Charge||0 - 65AH, 0.001Ah|
|Energy||0 - 9000Wh, 0.1Wh Resolution|
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