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GANZ Eco-Energy Remote Meter for Dual Charge Controller

GANZ Eco-Energy Remote Meter for Dual Charge Controller

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Ganz Eco-Energy remote meter for dual charge controller

Features

  • Displays Amp-hour, watt-hour charge accumulation and battery charge percentage
  • Ideal for monitoring applications
  • On-screen readings for solar voltage, battery voltage, charging current and load current
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$95.00
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The Ganz Eco-Energy remote meter for dual charge controller is ideal for monitoring and displays both solar voltage and battery voltage, charging current & load current. Displays Amp-hour, watt-hour charge accumulation and percentage the batteries are charged.
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GANZ Eco-Energy Remote Meter for Dual Charge Controller GCC-RM Remote meter for dual charge controller
$95.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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