The Power Werx Watt Meter measures eight parameters that are essential to electric power safety and performance. Use it to: prevent peak currents from damaging a battery. Motor control, motors, wiring and connectors. Set cutoff voltages, check battery capacity & health. Balance battery cells, Confirm proper battery charger operation.
The Power Werx WattMeter measures:
Amp-Hours: 0 - 65 (0.01 A resolution)
Watt-hours: 0 - 6554
Amps: 0-100 peak [50A continuous] (0.01 A resolution)
Watts: 0 - 6554 (0.1 W resolution)
Peak Amps & peak Watts
Minimum voltage ("sags")
Voltage: 4.8 - 60 VDC (0.01 V resolution)
This device has a new bright blue LCD display. It features Anderson Powerpoles®.
Only 3.3 x 1.7 x 1 inches (WxHxD) 2.9 oz.
Wiring, Connections & Applying Power
WARNING: Loose connections can cause component damage! Only switch power between meter & LOAD. The Red SOURCE wire goes to positive (+) battery or other device terminals and black to Negative (-). User is responsible for attaching connectors rated to handle the voltage and current expected in users' application. Qualified individuals should make sure any high current connections. Verify there are no exposed wires or connectors that may short circuit before connecting a battery or power source to the Watt Meter. Only use female connectors on batteries. By connecting an auxiliary battery of 4.8 ~ 60 V to the auxiliary power cable 3-pin connector, the Watt Meter can measure down to 0 V.
CAUTION: Shorting a rechargeable battery or Watt Meter connected to a rechargeable battery can supply huge currents, causing fire, explosions, personal injury, and damage to equipment. Ensure that all wiring and connections are rated to handle the input or output current and are properly assembled for each application.
Input Voltage & Current Handling Limitations
The Watt Meter is designed to be safe in systems using less than 60 V and carrying currents up to 130 A. CAUTION: Exceeding these limits will damage the Watt Meter and may cause personal injury.