LiTime 500A Battery Monitor With Shunt

【For 8-120V Battery】Suitable for 8-120V, 0-9999AH battery bank. Auto-recognition for various battery types, including Li-ion, LiFePO4, Gel, AGM, and more.

【Precise Data】The display includes battery voltage/current/power/capacity, remaining charge/discharge time, charge/discharge indicator, and capacity percent. It has a backlight for easy use at night.

【Easy to Install】The shunt can be stably placed or mounted on a flat surface by the shunt holder. The monitor display is simple to install as it's fixed by tabs. (The manual provides very detailed installation instructions)

【Buzzer Alarm】If the voltage or capacity falls below the set value, the LCD display will flash and the buzzer will sound an alarm every 10 seconds.

【Package Include】LCD Monitor Screen*1, 500A Shunt*1, Shunt Holder*1, 20ft Shielded Wire*1, 20AWG 3ft (1M) Power Wire*1,Screwdriver*1, Mounting Screws*3, Manual*1

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LiTime 500A Battery Monitor With Shunt

$99.99 $79.99

LiTime 500A Battery Monitor With Shunt

$99.99 $79.99
    litime 500A battery monitor with shunt
    Accurate Monitoring
    litime 500A battery monitor with shunt
    Auto-Recognition for Various Battery Types
    litime 500A battery monitor with shunt
    Precautions
    litime 500A battery monitor with shunt
    Suitable for Different Applications
    litime 500A battery monitor with shunt

    FAQ

    Q: Why is it important to monitor batteries with a shunt?

    A:

    Monitoring batteries with a shunt is vital for efficient energy management. It helps prevent undercharging or overcharging, which can degrade battery performance and reduce lifespan. Monitoring also helps diagnose battery issues and allows for better planning and optimization of power usage.  Suggest reading : What Is A Battery Monitor? Why Do You Need It?

    Q: What information can a battery monitor with shunt provide?

    A:

    A battery monitor with shunt can provide real-time data on the battery bank's voltage, current, state of charge, state of health, and remaining capacity. It can also measure energy consumption and estimate the time remaining until the battery needs to be recharged.

    Q: Are LiTime battery monitors with shunt compatible with different types of batteries?

    A:

    Yes, LiTime 500A battery monitor with shunt is generally compatible with different types of batteries, including lead-acid, lithium-ion, gel, AGM, and more.

    REVIEWS

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 13 reviews
    77%
    (10)
    15%
    (2)
    8%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    M
    Mike Oehmichen

    Works good and easy to use.

    J
    Jeffrey Whicker
    Great quality, terrific customer service!

    I purchased two batteries from LITime for my RV. I immediately put them through a few cycles of testing. They are terrific batteries and output the amount of power that is listed in the specs.
    Also, I had purchased a battery monitor with the batteries. I decided I didn't want to use the battery monitor shortly afterwards because of the difficulty of routing the wire to the display inside the RV. I notified LITime that I wished to return the battery monitor and Patty Tan immediately contacted me and walked me through the process. It was quick and simple, even though there was nothing wrong with the product. I was very impressed with Patty's customer skills!
    I will be buying from LITime in the future.

    A
    Adam Spiekermeier

    Works awesome

    E
    Eddie Bryant
    Confused about 1 element, but satisfied, overall.

    It does exactly what they're advertising, so for that I give it 5 stars, however I must deduct 2 stars because of a few reasons: the main thing that bothers me is all of their products come with M8 bolts. Their Batteries, their Charger, etc. Yet this is a M10 bolt. To my surprise, after ordering all the aforementioned items, I needed to get an adapter to connect my LiTime battery charger to the LiTime shunt (M8 to M10).

    When you live an hour from town and a week for any amazon delivery, that's super annoying.

    I am also noticing that it will skip AH reading when you get close to full or empty.

    For example on charge you'll see 220....221.....222.....223......224.....225............230. And vise versa on discharge. 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 0.

    Another negative: If you preset it for whatever AH capacity your battery is supposed to have, and your battery happens to take more, it will not show you more. It will stop counting up at whatever you preset your capacity at. That seems super silly.

    For example, it's well known most batteries give more advertised capacity, by a few %. You should be able to fully discharge the battery, and let the device set the AH capacity by how much charge it takes. Otherwise, you have to throw in extra capacity up front on the configuration menu, then fully discharge it and see how much remains so you can do the math to realize you got an extra 3AH.

    Took me 3 discharge cycles to figure out exactly how much AH my battery took because who would have guessed it'd stop counting.

    That's just silly.

    Probably would *not purchase again, but I am overall satisfied with the monitor...

    C
    Customer
    Works well and easy to install

    I purchased the monitor/shunt package. The shunt was well made and "beefy" so I figure it will hold up well. The monitor was easy to install and works as expected. It would be nice if they gave the torque setting for the shunt as I wanted to make sure the connection was tight but didn't want to break the shunt. Also, after install I noticed that the screen for the monitor was flashing on and off. It looked like the monitor was bad so I started googling it for a solution before I returned the defective unit. After my online research and then verifying by adding loads and disconnecting charging (shore and solar) I verified that the flashing screen meant that the batteries were charging. I don't recall seeing this in the manual... would be nice to put in there so people don't think it's a problem. Aside from having to figure out the flashing screen issue on my own this thing works great.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 13 reviews
    77%
    (10)
    15%
    (2)
    8%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    M
    Mike Oehmichen

    Works good and easy to use.

    J
    Jeffrey Whicker
    Great quality, terrific customer service!

    I purchased two batteries from LITime for my RV. I immediately put them through a few cycles of testing. They are terrific batteries and output the amount of power that is listed in the specs.
    Also, I had purchased a battery monitor with the batteries. I decided I didn't want to use the battery monitor shortly afterwards because of the difficulty of routing the wire to the display inside the RV. I notified LITime that I wished to return the battery monitor and Patty Tan immediately contacted me and walked me through the process. It was quick and simple, even though there was nothing wrong with the product. I was very impressed with Patty's customer skills!
    I will be buying from LITime in the future.

    A
    Adam Spiekermeier

    Works awesome

    E
    Eddie Bryant
    Confused about 1 element, but satisfied, overall.

    It does exactly what they're advertising, so for that I give it 5 stars, however I must deduct 2 stars because of a few reasons: the main thing that bothers me is all of their products come with M8 bolts. Their Batteries, their Charger, etc. Yet this is a M10 bolt. To my surprise, after ordering all the aforementioned items, I needed to get an adapter to connect my LiTime battery charger to the LiTime shunt (M8 to M10).

    When you live an hour from town and a week for any amazon delivery, that's super annoying.

    I am also noticing that it will skip AH reading when you get close to full or empty.

    For example on charge you'll see 220....221.....222.....223......224.....225............230. And vise versa on discharge. 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 0.

    Another negative: If you preset it for whatever AH capacity your battery is supposed to have, and your battery happens to take more, it will not show you more. It will stop counting up at whatever you preset your capacity at. That seems super silly.

    For example, it's well known most batteries give more advertised capacity, by a few %. You should be able to fully discharge the battery, and let the device set the AH capacity by how much charge it takes. Otherwise, you have to throw in extra capacity up front on the configuration menu, then fully discharge it and see how much remains so you can do the math to realize you got an extra 3AH.

    Took me 3 discharge cycles to figure out exactly how much AH my battery took because who would have guessed it'd stop counting.

    That's just silly.

    Probably would *not purchase again, but I am overall satisfied with the monitor...

    C
    Customer
    Works well and easy to install

    I purchased the monitor/shunt package. The shunt was well made and "beefy" so I figure it will hold up well. The monitor was easy to install and works as expected. It would be nice if they gave the torque setting for the shunt as I wanted to make sure the connection was tight but didn't want to break the shunt. Also, after install I noticed that the screen for the monitor was flashing on and off. It looked like the monitor was bad so I started googling it for a solution before I returned the defective unit. After my online research and then verifying by adding loads and disconnecting charging (shore and solar) I verified that the flashing screen meant that the batteries were charging. I don't recall seeing this in the manual... would be nice to put in there so people don't think it's a problem. Aside from having to figure out the flashing screen issue on my own this thing works great.

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