SmartGauge keeps it simple
Published: 06 January, 2012
Merlin Equipment has introduced a simple battery monitor which shows voltage and capacity remaining.
This easy-to-understand information can be easily understood and enables drivers and operators to make good, confident battery decisions. Capacity is determined through complex battery modelling and no shunt is required.
Because capacity is based on real-time measurements and calculations, the unit remains accurate and never needs re-setting.
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