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Testing cells EV battery module
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Yup, I think the WattsUp were may have been the original. The Tenergy or other similar models all have the same function, but also appear to cost a lot less.

I'm glad you mentioned the WestMountainRadio people... mostly it's only the ham radio people that know about them, but they make a lot of pretty cool DC power system and battery gear. Your post reminded me of the CBA (Computerized Battery Analyzers) options.

The PWRcheck looks good, haven't used one tho. I have owned the ISOpwr for a dual battery in the truck.
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(10-07-2019, 02:49 PM)Crimp Daddy Wrote: Yup, I think the WattsUp were may have been the original.  The Tenergy or other similar models all have the same function, but also appear to cost a lot less.

I'm glad you mentioned the WestMountainRadio people... mostly it's only the ham radio people that know about them, but they make a lot of pretty cool DC power system and battery gear.  Your post reminded me of the CBA (Computerized Battery Analyzers) options. 

The PWRcheck looks good, haven't used one tho.  I have owned the ISOpwr for a dual battery in the truck.

yes true, at one stage i couldnt find the Wattsups anymore.
They have great stuff. Granted the PWRcheck is expensive but its a great tool. I have blown up 2 so far from pluggin in +- wrong way and another just died. Id say all my fault as I use it quite hard though. Only thing I miss is an accurate Wh calculation. It shows Ah but not Wh aswell. 
It gives you a nice graph and you can even take it with you and store the data and feed it into the program afterwards. Great for testing Electric bikes etc.
I was actually just looking for something like the ISOpwr. Nice.
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