A Mastervolt battery monitoring panel brings an end to nasty surprises, like
a sudden shortage of battery power. This sophisticated and popular panel
provides broad information.
This information includes reading voltage, current, Ah, time remaining and remaining capacity in percentage terms for the main battery. The Masterlink BTM-III (12/24V DC) has LED indicators for remote monitoring of the battery level. A well-lit LCD screen also displays direct online data or historical information. In a single screen the state of charge and the voltage of three banks can be shown simultaneously.
A protective black housing, easy to install, is included as standard for protecting the electronic components against moisture and dust. This panel is suitable for MasterVision, Mastervolt’s modular central switchboard with various monitoring functions. The included shunt, a measurement device for accurate reading of on board systems and batteries, should be placed close to the battery. For a high current system an optional 1000A Shunt is available.
A tailor made twisted pair connection cable is also available. A software package (MasterAdjust) can be downloaded from this website to monitor and log all information onto a PC. The PC is connected via a MasterBus PC Link. The NMEA output can be connected to a PC with the optional MasterBus PC Link. It is now easy to integrate energy monitoring into any software package. Please consult the accessories section for the software, the PC Link and the twisted pair connection cable.
In a system with only two battery banks the input of the third bank can be used as a backlight input. If you connect this with the navigational lights, for example, both will turn on simultaneously. The BTM-3 includes ten languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish and Finnish.
- Number of Battery Outlets: 3 (Service, Starter, and Bowthruster)
- Dimensions:120x65x55 mm
- Weight: 0.9 Kg.
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