cwah wrote:A higher voltage and ammeter:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ws/eBayISAPI. ... 3879wt_788
fechter wrote:At higher voltages, a small 12 switching power supply is easy enough to find. Pretty much any old laptop brick would work or even a smaller wall wart type.
The rated for measurement ranges is 120V.
We can add a resistor and recalibrage volts reading if you want to expand measuring range to 180V.
It can accurate to 0.01V when voltage below 100V, and accurate to 0.1V when volatage above 100V.
Please feel free to contact me for any help.
Going into calibration mode is very easy. You just hold the button on the middle, and then you're on the calibration mode. You can adjust the reading voltage from there and save it
NeilP wrote:I have used elite.elements before for other amp and volt individual displays, like these
http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dl ... 443wt_1150
Here is a direct e-mail to them
Kevin was the name I had: firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctorbass wrote:That seem to solve a big problem on E-S now!.. imagine that people that wanna test their cells for battery pack building!!.. you just need one of these programmable model:
You just connect an external 12V power, a relay and a load and you can measure the capacity of all your cells or battery with a LVC !
that's simple cheap and offer wide range of discharge power depending of your load and relay!
haynz wrote:k - i'll ask seller. he recommended me this meter cause of it's readability in sunlight - my test been at evening, but i guess i need sunshield for sunlight
pff7 wrote:I need the equivalent of a real-time fuel guage, my budget is limited, which one would folks recommend? My lowest voltage would be 59 volts,upper limit would be 63 volts, would like accuracy within 0.1 or even better within 0.01volts.Lately been riding just by estimating where my battery voltage is at.
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