Sevcon Power Gauge: Battery Discharge Display

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Sevcon Power Gauge: Battery Discharge Display

Sevcon Power Gauge: Battery Discharge Display
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The PowerGaugeâ„¢ is a comprehensive range
of Battery Discharge Indicators that can improve the productivity of your vehicle and minimize the potential for damage from operating outside the batteries optimum parameters.

All the PowerGaugeâ„¢ products are micro-processor based with no moving parts, for improved reliability, The super bright 10-segment LED bar graph gives instant battery state of charge feedback under all light conditions.

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Re: Sevcon Power Gauge: Battery Discharge Display

Hi, I'm college student and our team are working for our project.
I find this power gauge is pretty good for our project.
Can you tell me how much it is?

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Re: Sevcon Power Gauge: Battery Discharge Display

The Sevcon 900/30003 PowerGuage 48V was $81.50 in June 16, 2009.

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Re: Sevcon Power Gauge: Battery Discharge Display

That "powerguage" is just a scaled voltmeter.

don't waste your time with it, its junk.

if you want to know whats going on, get a proper energy gauge like a cycle analyst, or a TBS meter.

Matt

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Re: Sevcon Power Gauge: Battery Discharge Display

That "powerguage" is just a scaled voltmeter.

don't waste your time with it, its junk.

if you want to know whats going on, get a proper energy gauge like a cycle analyst, or a TBS meter.

Matt

Agree with you Matt.

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