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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
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$198.26
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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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