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Glynn

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    Hidnerious
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    BB12 0DX Reedley L&L

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  1. Struggling Morso with back boiler

    Ive known a lot of these that ran much better with the baffle plate removed.
  2. ammeter

    http://en-us.fluke.com/products/clamp-meters/fluke-381-true-rms-clamp-meter.html
  3. Voltage drop when fridge turn on

    Checked my fridge on start up today, the voltage only dropped 0.1 volt.
  4. Silent Engines

    You have a link to this product ?.
  5. New fridge on. Start up

    I replaced our 12 volt freezer with a new 240 volt freezer, its on less often and for shorter periods and much better on electric consumption. The fridge will be next.
  6. volt meter

    I recently fitted a NASA BM2 , its really good.
  7. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    Really ?
  8. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    Probably just a couple of LED lights and the fridge if it decides to come on at the same time.
  9. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    So in that case, a NASA BM2 with a 200amp shunt wont cope ? The only reason I want to know is because Erindoors may want to dry her hair ( 2 - 3 minutes max ) in a morning and I want to know if a battery monitor with a 200 amp shunt would handle it. Apart fromthis short use of high power everything else on the boat is very low consumption stuff.
  10. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    I believe they are around 1500 watts to 2000 watts
  11. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    I meant what would be the amps drawn be whilst the hair drier is running ?.
  12. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    Thanks for all the replies, its a very busy thread this !. Another question, what would you say the amps draw would be for an "average" main hair drier powered by the inverter ?.
  13. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    Thanks everyone, Ive ordered a Pico.
  14. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    Thanks for all the replies. What I am actually wanting though is to be able to see the amps being drawn and put back into the battery bank rather than show a state of charge or accumulated amps totted up/down. Reading the Smartgauge write up, they do seem to have a point. Is there any decent simple good digital amp meters available ?, or can the NASA, Sterling & Victron models be used this way ? There are a lot of cheap prices amp meters with shunts on ebay, any good ? e.g. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200V-200A-DC-Digital-LED-Amp-Volt-Combo-Meter-With-Shunt-for-HHO-EV-car-Solar-1-/161036443632?epid=1131939908&hash=item257e851ff0:g:s1MAAOSwnsZZgCfP
  15. Sterling-NASA -Victron

    Which one of these would you recommend for keeping an eye on amps used and put back into battery bank from Sterling PMP1 Victron BMV700 NASA BM2
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