Battery Discharge Indicator/Hour Meter with Lift Lockout
Combines in one instrument a completely solid-state battery discharge indicator, an LCD hour meter and lift lockout, housed in a 52 mm case. Indicates state-of-charge in 10-bar LED display. Void of moving parts, this instrument is exceptionally reliable even in severe operating environments. Suitable for all electric vehicles.
Battery Discharge Indicator
Battery "Fuel Gauge" indicates state-of-charge in 10-bar LED display. Solid-state. Easy to install. Ideal for golf cars, commercial cleaning equipment, mobility aids, electric bicycles, electric marine motors, medical devices and many other applications. Available in five panel-mount packages and a printed circuit board mounted module.
Battery Discharge Indicator with "Push-to-Read" Hour Meter
All the functions of Curtis Model 803: battery discharge indicator, lift lockout and LCD hour meter - plus push-button hour meter. Ideal for applications requiring hour meter reading during battery change. 10-bar LED BDI with LCD hour meter.
Serial Data Display
Indicates various system parameters, such as battery state-of-charge, operating hours or maintenance status. Communicates directly with Curtis motor controller Model 1297 or other serial communication device. Ideal for use in material handling and order pickers, as well as other equipment with a need to display data using a dedicated unidirectional asynchronous serial signal. 8-character dot matrix LCD. Choice of 3 or 6 warning LEDs with optional backlighting and freezer versions.
Various models are available as standard. In addition Curtis can undertake custom panel designs to incorporate virtually any requirement. Customers are able to choose the artwork, functions and control outputs to suit their own application. Please speak with UK Sales for more information on 01604 885201.
Curtis UK are a leading supplier of electronic components, motor controllers and safety devices to manufacturers of materials handling and off-road equipment.
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