Battery fuel gauge, remaining range indicator, and more
The remaining capacity of the battery depends on the ampere-hours consumed, the discharge current, the
temperature and battery age. To account for all of these variables, software algorithms
complexes are required.
In addition to basic display options, such as voltage, current, and ampere-hours consumed, the BMV-700 series also displays state of charge, remaining range, and consumption in watts.
The BMV-702 has an additional input which can be programmed to measure the voltage (from a
second battery), or the median temperature or voltage (see below).
Use the Bluetooth Smart dongle to monitor your batteries from Apple smartphones or
Android, tablets, macbooks and other devices.
Very simple installation
All electrical connections are made by quick connection on the shunt printed circuit board (PCB).
The shunt is connected to the controller with a standard RJ12 telephone cable. Included: RJ12 cable (10 m) and
battery cable with fuse (2 m). No other components are required.
The other parts supplied are a dial for a square or round screen, a fixing ring for rear mounting, and the screws required for front mounting.
Easy to program (with your Smartphone!)
A quick installation menu and a detailed configuration menu with scrolling texts help
the user during the various settings.
Otherwise, choose the quick and easy solution: download the Smartphone application (electronic key
Bluetooth Smart required)
• Battery voltage, current, power, ampere-hours consumed and state of charge
• Remaining autonomy according to current consumption
• Programmable visual and audible alarm:
• Programmable relay to switch off non-crucial loads, or to start a generator if necessary.
• A 500 A quick connection shunt and a connection kit
• Possibility of shunt with a capacity of up to 10,000 A.
• VE.Direct communication port
• Recording of many historical events that can be used to assess usage patterns and the state of the battery.
• Wide supply voltage range: 6.5 - 95 V
• Resolution of high current measurements: 10 mA (0.01 A)
• Low current consumption: 2.9 Ah per month (4 mA) @ 12 V and 2.2 Ah per month (3 mA) @ 24 V