An all in one solution for monitoring voltage and current. External shunt included for the 100A model.
- Operating voltage:DC 4.5 ~ 30V
- Measure voltage: DC 0 ~ 100V
- Minimum resolution(V): 0.1V
- Measure current :100A (external shunt included)
- Minimum resolution(A): 0.01A
- Operating current: <20mA
- Display: three 0.28" LED digital tube
- Display color: Red and Blue (two-color display)
- Dimensions: 48 x 29 x 21mm
- Mounting cutout: 45.5 x 26.5mm
- Refresh rate: about 500mS / times
- Measure accuracy: 1% (± 1 digit)
- Operating temperature: -10 to 65° c
- Operating Humidity: 10 to 80% (non-condensing)
- Working pressure: 80 to 106 kPa
- Black line (thin): vacant or buck circuit (module) negative
- Red line (thin): power supply+
- Black line (thick): COM, common measuring
- Red line (thick): PW+, measuring terminal voltage input positive
- Yellow line (thick): IN+, current input+
- (Please refer to the wiring diagrams for more details)
- The voltage between the thin red and thin black lines must be within DC 4.5-30V
- The ammeter can only be connected to the negative of the device under test
- Exceeds 5A, long-term full load working continuously, it is recommended that the measurement side of the leads are directly soldered to the socket
- When the black thin line is not connected, it is recommended to use insulating tape around the exposed part of the wire, to prevent short circuits
- If just to be used as a voltmeter, it is recommended that the yellow line and the black line were connected together, to prevent the ammeter digital flashing
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