150A Battery Watt MeterSKU: DC-150-WATTMETER
Ever wondered how much power was being drained from your battery? It's often difficult to measure this without special equipment or expert knowledge - until now.
Enter the Battery Watt Meter, a simple device that is easily installed and provides you with all the key ratings of your battery loads in real time.
Installation is easy - the watt meter has two ring terminals for connecting to your battery, and an anderson plug for loads. The device is installed in-line between your battery and loads. Once there is power flowing through, the device will initialise and show you a full range of ratings including:
- Current (Amps/A) at the present moment
- Voltage (Volts/V) at the present moment
- Power (Watts/W) at the present moment
- Total Amps (Amp hours/Ah) since device initialised
- Total Power (Watt hours/Wh) since device initialised
- Highest Voltage Maximum (Vm) since device initialised
- Highest Power Peak (Watt Peak/Wp) since device initialised
- Highest Current Peak (Amp Peak/Ap) since device initialised
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.
150A Battery Watt Meter has a rating of 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews.
150 A Battery Watt Meter
I am putting together my off the grid power source for my ute when away camping. My ute is fitted with a dual system which I use for the daytime when fishing or touring but come nighttime and back at home base I use my 120 A deep cycle battery (nestled into a Kick Ass battery box) which I have either in the back of my ute or in camp hooked up to my 200 Watt solar panel. I always knew what went in but never what goes out. So researching I went back to my favourite store. Kick Ass. It's my favourite because I like the name and whenever specials are on I have already bought the item a few months before so I kick my ass for being hasty. Now I know the total going in at all times and how much is going out at any given time. Since having this meter installed between my battery and 3 Anderson plugs I never get caught short. Thanks guys, great gadget at a great price. Bet you they will now go on special.Roger Waskow on 15 June 2017
Piece of mind!
Great little device, making it simple to understand what is going into your batteries from your solar panels and what is coming out of your batteries9 June 2017
great little device..we monitor a 130ah battery that powers a car fridge. Uses negligible power to show condition of the battery.Ian C on 7 June 2017
|150A Battery Watt Meter Specifications|
|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 35
|Nominal Operating Conditions||0
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
|Dimensions||Approx. 200mm L x 42mm W x 25mm D (including anderson plugs)
Approx. 85mmL x 42mmW x25mmD (only watt meter unit)
|Display Screen||16 Character x 2 row STN LCD|
|Battery Watt Meter Measurement Parameters|
|Voltage||0 - 60V, 0.01V Resolution
Note: 0V min. w/auxiliary power, eg. a receiver battery. Otherwise, 4.0V
|Current||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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