The FT08RC Watt Meter is designed to be safe in systems using less than 60 V and carrying currents up to150A (Peak). Measures EIGHT parameters key to electric power safety & performance. Measuring Voltage (V), Current (A), Power (W), Capacity (Ah), and Energy (Wh), Minimum Voltage (Vm), Peak Current (Ap), and Peak Power (Wp).

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  • 150A High Precision Watt Meter and Power Analyzer

    The FT08RC Watt Meter is designed to be safe in systems using less than 60 V and carrying currents up to150A (Peak). Measures EIGHT parameters key to electric power safety & performance. Measuring Voltage (V), Current (A), Power (W), Capacity (Ah), and Energy (Wh), Minimum Voltage (Vm), Peak Current (Ap), and Peak Power (Wp). 

    Examples of uses:

    • How Much Power Does my Fridge Use - with the Battery connected to the SOURCE side and Car Fridge (or other accessory) connected to the LOAD side. The Watt Meter shows the current into the Fridge, voltage and power at the battery and accumulates the Ah and Wh while the fridge is running.
       
    • How much charge is going into my battery - With a battery charger (or alternator) connected to the SOURCE side and the aux battery connected to the LOAD side, the Watt Meter shows the charging current into the battery, the voltage and charging power at the battery and accumulates the charge (Ah) and energy (Wh) into the battery.
    • What is the output of my solar panel  - With a solar panel connected to the SOURCE side and solar regulator connected to the LOAD side, the Watt Meter shows the charging current into the regulator, the voltage and charging power at the solar panel and accumulates the charge (Ah) and energy (Wh) into the regulator.
    • How much charge is my solar panel putting into my battery - Now with a solar regulator connected to the SOURCE side and battery connected to the LOAD side, the Watt Meter shows the charging current into the battery, the voltage and charging power at the regulator and accumulates the charge (Ah) and energy (Wh) into the battery.
    Refer to our Video Page for demos on a similar watt meter being used to test our solar panel kits and a Watt Meter simulator is at this link.
     
    Also refer to this link for a great review on Watt Meters by Martin Lorton. Please support and subscribe if you like his reviews and tutorials.
  • The FT08RC Watt Meter is designed to be safe in systems using less than 60 V and carrying currents up to150A (Peak). Measures EIGHT parameters key to electric power safety & performance. Measuring Voltage (V), Current (A), Power (W), Capacity (Ah), and Energy (Wh), Minimum Voltage (Vm), Peak Current (Ap), and Peak Power (Wp).

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