There is no better or easier way for you to measure your power system than by using a watt meter. This handy little device takes the guess work out of it by reliably and accurately measuring watts amps and volts.
If a watt meter saves you just one motor or ESC then its paid for itself. We've all seen someone burn a motor or ESC at the track/field with a new prop or pinion. You can avoid the disappointment of a failed power system by ensuring your setup is within the limits of the components
Ensure peak currents are within tolerance for your power system
Check battery health and performance.
Evaluate R/C battery charging efficiency.
Choose the best propeller or gearing and the most efficient motor
Check for wiring and connector power losses
Measure power and energy consumption of any device with a battery
Operating voltage: 0v~60V (0V Requires external battery)
Operating voltage: 4.6~60V
0~150A - Resolution 0.01A
0~60V - Resolution 0.01V
0~6554W - Resolution 0.1W
0~65Ah - Resolution 0.001Ah
0~6554Wh - Resolution 0.1Wh
Screen: 16x2, back lit LCD display
Size: 85 x 42 x 25mm