cwah wrote:A voltmeter should be plugged in serie or parallel? Is there an amp limitation for a voltmeter?
miuan wrote:Good find! Anyone actually used one?
deVries wrote:miuan wrote:Good find! Anyone actually used one?
Dogman did a thread about these. See below...dogman wrote:Yeah, I just picked up a few recently and did a thread on em. They aren't all that accurate, like for having one on each cell measuring less than 4v. But they work great for a whole pack monitor. A .1v variance is nothing on 60v. For most of us, 120v max is plenty. Just knowing you start your journey with full charged voltage is priceless.
Only trouble with em is they are hard to read in bright sunlight.
def215 wrote:i did want to put it on my handlebars, but all of my electrics are in the bag. ill mainly use this for battery status to determine range and for charging. i just didnt want to keep my wattmeter permanently on this bike just to look at the voltage for those purposes.
i ordered mine on july 19th, and it just got here today. so a bit over 3 weeks. now im waiting for the $15 wattmeter to come in from the same seller.
migueralliart wrote:If only I could find a similar AMP meter with external shunt and with the same voltage range that doesn't require power. I could integrate it into the plastic enclosure and it will be perfect for any low budget build.
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