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|Remember, good consistent and accurate ground testing of your airborne packs requires a "loaded voltmeter". Open (or unloaded resting) voltages can fool you into thinking a battery is OK to fly again when it is not. Thus the reason RC hobby meters have load capability.|
Note, you'll find other voltage measuring devices intended for use on your aircraft in: Onboard Electronics-Voltage Monitors
DT9206A Digital Multimeter with Auto Power Off, Frequency A-1. With Auto Power Off and probes. Ready to use full size meter. Great for general bench and field testing.
DCV:200mV-1000V ?(0.5% + 1)
ACV:2V-750V ?(1.2% + 3)
DCA:2mA-20A ?(0.8% + 3)
ACA:2mA-20A ?(0.8% + 10)
OHM:200O-20MO ?(0.8% + 1)
CAP:2nF-20uF ?(2.5% + 3)
FREQ:2KHz-20KHz ?(1.5% + 5)
Product Net Weight:310g
SKU Number: DT9206A
Shows individual cell voltage. Works with almost any connector. Adapter for TP type included. Reads out voltage of up to 6 cells. Gives fuel gauge to let you kinow if pack is empty-mid- or full. Has self balancing feature with up to 50mah balancing current. Weighs only 2 grams. Fits easily in pocket or field box.
SKU Number: HRC44173
The digital load tester will check battery packs up to 20 volts. The jack in the top of the unit is 2.5mm and comes standard with Futaba receiver plug (part # CTXPP2.5MFJ). The top buttion applies a 500ma (.5Amp) load on your pack when depressed. The bottom button applies a 1000ma (1Amp) load on your pack when depressed. Depressing both buttons applies a 1500ma (1.5 Amp) load on your pack.
Note: Of the TX options below, "Test Cord" means plugs into side of the TX through factory charge port. "Direct Cord" means you remove the pack from the TX and connect it directly to the cord end. Some JR manufactured TX's have an internal fuse and this avoids blowing the fuse during a battery load test.
SKU Number: RRC1001