Snap-in panel meter/Load for testing and conditioning batteries.
Input Voltage: 5.0-30.0VDC (Polarity protected)
Load Voltage: 1.5-25.0VDC (Polarity protected)
Load Current: 0.00-5.00A 0.01A Resolution
Load Power: 35W Max
Current Regulation: ±(1%+3digits)
Voltage Regulation: ±(0.5%+1digit)
Over Voltage protection (OVP): default 25.2V (Adjustable)
Over Current protection (OCP): default 5.1OA (Adjustable)
Over Power protection (OPP): default 35.5W (Adjustable)
Over Temperature protection (OTP): ~ 80°C (Fixed)
NOTE: Display will flash & display the Fault; i.e. OVP, OCP
Low Voltage protection (LVP): default 1.5V (Adjustable)
NOTE: For Battery Discharge Test:
Setting the LVP value can prevent battery over discharge
Operating Temp: -40 to ~85°C
Auto Start Fan when the power is greater than 10W or the temperature is greater than 40°C L: 79mm W: 43mm D: 56mm WT: .3
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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electrolytic capacitors can contain Ethylene glycol
Brass can contain Lead
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Aluminum alloys can contain Chromium
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This is the simplest battery current tester I have used. It only does one thing - provide a constant current load for testing the capacity of various cell/battery types: NiMh, Nicad, etc. I have used it with a 18V 2.2 AH Dewalt Nicad, and a couple of AA size cells. It will not test fewer than 2 cells as the minimum low voltage set point is 1.5V.
The voltage and current display on this unit compared within 1% of a Fluke DVM.
The device current load was not given in the data sheet. Using a 9VDC supply the idle current was about 40mA, and went to 140mA with the fan on.