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Discontinued Product

Wholesale Solar no longer offers the Bogart Engineering PM-5000-U Meter Input Unit

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Bogart Engineering PM-5000-U Meter Input Unit

  • Sophisticated battery monitoring options

Product Information

Model Part No. Description Price
Bogart Engineering PM-5000-U Meter Input Unit9920602Bogart Pentametric Meter Input UnitCALL

Description

Bogart PM-5000-U-Meter-Input-Unit

You will also need to purchase separately a shunt for each load you are measuring. The pentametric can measure up to 5 loads. INPUT UNIT ONLY

The new PentaMetric battery monitor system offers a lot more capability than the TriMetric monitor. The PentaMetric would be the choice for doing system data analysis utilizing a computer.

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Features & Attributes

  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 8 × 8 × 8 inches
  • It measures 1 or 2 battery systems with a common negative.
  • With one battery system, battery current plus two charging current sources can be separately measured. Two voltages can be measured. Watts, watt hours and amp hours are also measured.
  • It has a optional computer interface with (Windows) software that can control and read data on a local computer, or also over the internet.
  • It can log data that can be imported to a spreadsheet and graphed to analyze performance and diagnose system problems. System efficiency (ratio of amp hours charged to amp hours discharged for each charge cycle) is regularly logged.
  • Monitor up to 3 shunts--For example: measure total solar input and wind input independently in addition to monitoring battery "state of charge"
  • Access the data with display unit (shown) with LCD display and buttons up to 1000 feet from batteries.
  • Relay output to control generator or external alarm
  • Audible and visual alarms for high and low battery conditions
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