BM-1CW

Clipper Battery Monitor Compact

Clipper Battery Monitor Compact

Description

The Clipper Battery Monitor Compact is perfect for use in caravans, mobile homes, RV's, small boats, and renewable power installations.

Features

  • Supplied With A Precision 100 Amp Shunt And Prefabricated Cables To Enable Simple DIY Installation
  • Unit Continually Monitors The Voltage, Current, And Calculates The State Of Charge Together With The Time Remaining To Charge Or Discharge The Battery
  • More Efficient Use Of Battery Enhancing Its Life And Reducing The Risk Of Failure
List Price
$199.00
Your Price
$198.26
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Compact battery monitor, just 124 x 62mm x 23mm! Based on the highly successful BM-1 marine battery monitor, the BM-1 Compact is especially designed for applications where space is at a premium.  It is able to monitor the performance of any 12 Volt lead acid battery system with a capacity up to 600 AmpHours. Operation is very simple. One screen displays the voltage, current (charge or discharge) and a bar graph showing the remaining capacity. A flashing alarm is also included to warn if the capacity is getting too low. A second screen shows the remaining time available at the current charge/discharge rate together with the remaining capacity in both analog and digital format.

The BM1 Compact consumes a miserly 1.5mA!

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Clipper Battery Monitor Compact BM-1CW Battery Monitor Compact, White
$198.26
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Clipper BM-1CG Battery Monitor Compact Grey BM-1CG Battery Monitor Compact, Grey
$198.26
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