Philippi's Battery Charge Monitor is a state-of-the-art, highly accurate instrument that employs digital data transfer between the Shunt and Monitor. To achieve this, the Shunt is equipped with a 16 bit micro processor that convert the analog current reading to digital data before then transferring it to the Monitor.
The result: high overall accuracy and reliability, especially when accumulated over time, as measurements are made at the Shunt
Other battery monitors typically take measurements at the end of a twisted pair of wires extended to the monitor, which can lead to inaccruacies due to induction, interference, or losses.
Philippi BCM offers:
» Large, easy to read, illuminated LCD screen
» Main battery volts reading
» Discharge/charge on large battery graphic
» Charge level amp/hours
» Charge level as percentage
» Adjustable Time-to-go-to-alarm at the present rate of current draw
» Visual and audible (buzzer) alarm
» Low current draw - 2.5 mA at 12v
» Provision for the Peukerts number to be entered
» Voltage indication of two auxiliary batteries on small battery graphics
The BCM 1, is ideal for full monitoring of one main battery plus voltage indication of two auxiliary batteries. It requires one Shunt installed in the battery negative line, for a masimum of either 300 amps or 600 amps continuous.
The BCM 2 can fully monitor two main batteries and show voltage of two auxiliary bans, and requires two Shunts.
Both BCM1 and BCM 2 are available flush mount (standard) or with an optional built-out housing (displayed at left).
L 105mm (4.1") x H 105mm (4.1") x D 40mm (1.6")
Cut out Dimensions:
88mm x 88mm (3.5" x 3.5")
Requires an active shunt SHA 300 or SHA 610. Connection cable included - 5m (16'). 10m (32') extension is available.
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