Prevents peak currents damaging battery, ESC, motors, wiring and connectors
Verifies sufficient operating voltage under load
Individual cell balancing.Set cutoff voltages, check battery capacity health
Confirms proper battery charger operation (connect between your battery and charger)
Detect receivers and actual operating current so as to make sure whether an UBEC is needed
Blue backlit LCD display
2x Anderson Style Plug included
These meters are easily plugged in, in-line, to measure:
Amp Hours(Ah) – Total charge Ah delivered from source to load
Amp Peak (Ap) – Highest amp value delivered (Typically startup cycle for inverters, compressors, fridges etc.)
Amp(A) – Amps being delivered at that point in time
Voltage – Source voltage, and minimum source voltage. Good for measuring voltage at lowest point of charge — E.G. Minimum overnight voltage of car fridge battery
Power(Watts) – Peak watts, watts being delivered at that point in time
Operates from 4.8-60V
0V with optional auxiliary battery
Measures: 0 to 130 Amps (resolution 0.01A)
Measures: 0 to 60V (resolution 0.01A)
Measures: 0 to 6554W (resolution 0.1W)
Measures: 0 to 65 Ah (resolution 0.001 Ah)
Measures: 0 to 6554 Watt Hours (resolution 0.1 Wh)
Dimensions: 85 x 42 x 25mm
1 x Watt Meter and Power Analyzer 150 Amps with 2 Anderson Style Plug
1 x User’s Manual
Our Distribution centres are working very closely with courier partners to make sure deliveries are made on time during the Coronavirus pandemic. Warehouse is working at normal capacity at this stage. However, due to the current situation in Victoria regarding COVID-19 and the impacts of the floods in the South Coast of NSW, some courier delays at this time are expected.
We seek your kind understanding during this period. Below are some updates from our courier partners for your reference.
WA-Please be advised we are currently experiencing delays in the Metropolitan areas due to stormy weather conditions.
Our Bendigo agent is closed for deep cleaning today, and consequently no freight in that area or North West Victoria will be delivered today. Freight will move as normal tomorrow.
Due to the Flooding to the South Coast of NSW we are doubtful freight will travel today.
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