The iTECHBM500 is a sophisticated high precision battery monitor that captures integrated values in real-time. The iTECHBM500 utilises 500A current shunt, the iTECHBM500 measures the discharge/recharge currents and calculates the Ampere-hours (Ah) going in and out of the battery. High-precision voltage measurements are taken and displayed in real time for lithium, lithium ion, AGM, GEL, lead-acid and nickel-metal hydride batteries.
+ Digital LCD display + Size: approx. 59mm diameter + Cable Length: 8m + Standby current: 0.6mA + Battery percentage indicator + Battery voltage indicator + Voltage Range: 8-80V + Reverse polarity protection + PVC screen protector, waterproof surface + Suitable for lead-acid 12V, 24V, 36V, 48V + Suitable for iTechworld lithium batteries + Easy to use and install
+ 1 x iTECHBM500 Battery Monitor + 1 x Shielded wire (8m) + 1 x 500 Amp Shunt + 1 x Plastic bracket + 1 x Butterfly nut + 1 x Mounting bracket + 1 x B+ Sense wire 22AWG (1m) + 1 x Instructions
I installed this meter myself, very easy instructions for the installation.
After my initial play time with making sure everything this was in working order I have found the operation is fantastic. Quick button push and you have whatever measurements you want from your system.
Yes I would support this product
Quick delivery and great technical back up service in helping set up the system. Defiantly know their product well.
Getting my head around how to read gauge, take off Sunday for road trip, at least now I can keep an eye on battery condition. All fitted between ORS
drawer system & fridge, behind rear seat of MUX.
Shows accurately all my amps going in and out of the battery, cannot fault this unit! is a must have for everyone running deep cycle batteries!
have not installed it yet
I'm not in a position to send a photo at the moment, I should be able to send one in another month when I take the van out of storage.
Absolutely required. I had no idea what the level of the itechworld 120X lithium battery was until I installed this unit. Now I know exactly what level it is and how much charge it is receiving. I've now purchased another one to put on my AGM batteries in my Bongo Van. Can't wait to see how it monitors these batteries.