Panel Meter, DC Snap-in, Multi Function, 100V, 20A, 2KW

Panel Meter, DC Snap-in, Multi Function, 100V, 20A, 2KW
Stock Number: 32541 ME
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Detailed Description

Blue back-lit, Snap-in LCD panel meter that measures
DC Volts, Amps, Watts, Watt hours.
Adjustable Over/Under voltage Alarm (Backlight Flashes)
Ideal for submetering and monitoring.
Terminal Strip for Connections & Back Cover.
Input Voltage: 6.5-100VDC
Resolution: .01V
Input Range Amps: 0-20A
Resolution: Amps: .01
Watts: 0-2KWmax
Resolution: <1KW=0.1W, <2KW=1W
Energy Used: 0-9999KWH
Resolution: <10KWH=0-9999WH, >10KWr=9999KW
Accuracy: +-1% +-1LSD
Shunt: Internal
Cutout: 84.6mm X 44.6mm
W: 3-9/16" H: 2" D: 1” WT: .2

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California Proposition 65 Warning 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

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Using to monitor e-bike battery on the charger. Gives me a good idea of charge used and left. Noting what normal battery charge characteristics look like, I hope to head-off any issues of a battery/cell going bad. I'd rather not burn my house down due to a bad battery or charger. Well worth the money for what I'm using it for.
- Gary, TX
Fine combination of features
I have put together a number of meters for troubleshooting power chairs and electric scooters-- it is very handy to be able to see the voltage and charge current at the same time. A nominal range of 30v and 10A works well, but 24v power systems can go over this limit. This meters range of 100v and 20A gives a comfortable margin. A definite keeper!
- Charles T, GA
Nice meter for the price
Works well. Meter power consumption no load is flat at ~1ma back light off and ~2.6ma back light on. Will NOT register or accumulate reverse current no surprise, but does a good job with forward current. Only seriously tested at 12 and 14V with resistive load, no load tested to to 36V.
- Bill, MN