Test Too lkit RC WM150 150A 50V Watt Meter Power Analyzer


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TEST Tool kit RC WM150 150A 50V Watt Meter Power Analyzer LCD Display Power Voltage Tester
Using Steps:
① Connect 1-50V power supply, when the voltage is lower than 6V, need to use USB 5V to provide power;
② After power-on, the LCD screen displays the logo and continues 2 seconds, with the starting music;
③ Adjust the button if the data in the displaying screen are not in minimum data position.
- ToolkitRC WM150 is a Watt Meter, which is capable to test voltage, power, current data of the electric equipment, like servo, ESC, battery, etc.
- 1-50V power supply, the max current is up to 150A, the precision is accurate to 10mA.
- Support PWM signal, 1us precision, the pulse width is changable by adjusting the button.
- Automaticly to change the unit of the capacity, when it is lower than 1A, the unit-display is MA, when it is higher than 1A, the unit-dispaly is changed to A.
- The watt meter is also supporting to display working hours.
- USB firmware update, easy to operate.
Product Details
Brand: ToolkitRC
Item: WM150 Watt Meter
Input voltage: 1-50V@MAX150A
Input USB: 5.0V@1A Firmware upgrade@USB3.0
Signal port: 1000us-2000us @50Hz
LCD display: TFT 2.4 inch 320*240 resolution
Dimensions: 80mm*54mm*23mm
Weight: 82g
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TEST Tool kit RC WM150 150A 50V Watt Meter Power Analyzer LCD Display Power Voltage Tester
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 09 December, 2019.



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