“Watt’s Up” RC Watt Meter & Power Analyzer WU100 Version 2 — SALE!

$33.95 $29.95
(as of 28/01/2013 11:08 - info)

# Specifications :
# Voltage 0-60 V, resolution 0. 01 V. That’s a 14 cell series li-poly pack!
# Current 0-100 A peak, 50 A continuous, resolution 0. 01 A
# Charge 0-65 Ah, resolution 0. 001 Ah. That’s ~32 Amp…

# Specifications :
# Voltage 0-60 V, resolution 0. 01 V. That’s a 14 cell series li-poly pack!
# Current 0-100 A peak, 50 A continuous, resolution 0. 01 A
# Charge 0-65 Ah, resolution 0. 001 Ah. That’s ~32 Amps for two hours!
# Power 0-6500 W, resolution 0. 1 W. That’s ~8. 7 Horsepower!
# Energy 0-6500 Wh, resolution 0. 1 Wh.
# Operates from 4. 0-60 V, 0 V with optional receiver battery pack
# 16 x 2 STN LCD display
# Powerful, 8 MIPS micro-controller
# Color : Electric blue or green

Applications :

Specially designed for RC Battery Packs to help you :
# Set speed control cutoff voltages and currents
# Tune performance by comparing different setups of pro-peller, motor, gearing, speed control and battery
# Measure a full battery charge and compare to spec when charger claims done
# Check peak currents are safe for battery, speed control, motor, wiring and connectors
# Predict airplane flight time based on ACTUAL conditions in your model
# Check battery capacity and health and whether battery should be retired
# Verify that the minimum voltage under load is within specifications
# Check for wiring and connector power losses.
# Measure power and energy consumption of ANY device with a rechargeable battery pack, such as
# Airsoft gun battery pack
# Bike lighting battery pack
# E-bike and Scooter battery pack
# Combine the power analyzer together with our 2. 4V – 7. 2V, 7. 2V – 12V, 24V NiMH universal smart chargers , and with 3. 6V – 14. 8V Li-Ion battery charger It is perfect tool to monitor battery pack’s performance

Note : In order measure the capacity of battery pack in charging condition, the battery pack must be discharged fully before measureing. For the battery pack stored for longer time, you need 3 – 5 cycle’s charging and discharging to get full capacity.

We don’t suggest you to use the meter to judge battery nominal capacity, becuase usually nomimal capacity is measured by IEC standard at 0. 1C charging and discharging current.

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