Measures and displays key parameters for your elctric power setups (battery, motor, ESC performance)
to help you avoid the possibility of burning out your electronic components due to incorrect propellor selection.
- To assist with the correct prop slection
- To measure the actual values of current, voltage and power
- To prevent peak currents from damaging your battery, ESC, motor(s), wiring and connectors
- To verify the operating voltage of your flight pack under load and measure the quantity of charge drawn from the flight or drive battery.
Bottom line, if you want to experiment with differnt props this is the tool for you. Installing a larger prop, even if its only 1 inch longer can greatly increase the load on the electrical system. This meter will tell you what the prop & motor is drawing. Also, for those what want to go from 2 blade to 3 blade prop or vise vera, this is an absolutely a necessity.
How it works... You have a 30Amp ESC and want your plane fly faster, you grab the 1st prop out of your nventory and slap it on the plane. Next you bench test the motor / prop for less than 10 seconds and red the watt meter is drawing 40Amps which is over the maximum amperage draw for your ESC. Now you go back to your box and put on a smaller prop. Without this tool, you can easily see how this prevented a totoal electical failure.
Operates from 7.4V to 60V input
0V with optional auxiliary battery
Measures: 0 to 100 Amps (resolution 0.01A)
Measures: 0 to 60V (resolution 0.01A)
Measures: 0 to 6554W (resolution 0.1W)
Measures: 0 to 65 Ah (resolution 0.001 Ah)
Measures: 0 to 6554 Watt Hours (resolution 0.1 Wh)
Blue backlit LCD display: 16 x 2
Dimensions: 85 x 42 x 25mm
1 x Watt Meter / Power Analyzer
- Poor assembly of this product. Review by Chris Vitale