Magnum Energy Part Number: ME-BMK Part Number: 10-mgnmebmk

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ETA Date: 12/17/2021
Price: $214.20
Retail: $238.00
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    Monitoring your battery bank is easy with the Battery Monitor Kit (ME-BMK)* from Magnum Energy. Acting as a ?fuel gauge? for your batteries, the ME-BMK monitors their state of charge (SOC) and then provides this information in an easy-to-understand display via the ME-RC remote. With accurate SOC readings, you can avoid unneccessary battery recharging, saving on fuel and long-term maintenance costs.

    If you already have a Magnum Inverter/Charger and Magnum Remote*, the ME-BMK is an easy retrofit. Simply install the kit according to the installation manual and begin monitoring your battery bank via the ?Meter? button on your ME-RC.

    Available readings from the ME-BMK

    • State of Charge (SOC)

    • 0 - 100%

    • DC volts

    • DC amps

    • Amp hours in/out

    • Resettable amp hours out

    • Total amp hours out

    • Minimum volts DC

    • Maximum volts DC

    • Temperature compensated

    • Auto detects input voltage


    DC volts 7 to 70 (±0.5%) auto voltage detection

    DC amps ±0.1 to 999 (±1.0%)

    Battery SOC % 0 to 100% (1% increments)

    Power draw < .6 watts

    Amp hours in/out ±32,768 amp hours (1 AH increments)

    rAH out (resettable amp hours removed) 0 to 65,353 amp hours, resettable (0.1 AH increments)

    tAH out (total amp hours removed) 0 to 65,535,000 amp hours (0.1 k or 100 AH increments)

    Minimum/maximim DC 7 to 70 VDC, resettable

    Shipping weight 2 lb (.9 kg)

    Kit includes Manual, sense module, DC shunt, twisted pair wire, and communication cable

    Sense wire Twisted pair ?blue & orange, 5? length, 18 AWG wire

    Communication cable 2-conductor, 10? twisted pair, telephone standard

    Remote requirements Use with an ME-RC with firmware revision of 2.0 or higher

    DC Shunt

    Resistance 0.1 milliohm (500A at 50mV)

    Continuous current 410 amperes maximum

    Overload current Overloads to 500 amps for less than 5 minutes if normally operated at less than 300 amps

    Number of questions: 0