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    Battery current measuring tool

    I broke down and made a tool to make battery current draw measuring easier and faster

    Now that I have converted all my lights and battery packs to the Anderson PowerPoles, I had to make my tool compatible with them also.

    It plugs right into my multi meter and makes measuring a snap

    More info and bigger pics here.
    https://www.el34world.com/Misc/bike/BikesLights33.htm




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    Very cool. Do realize that every solider connection you make will lower your current draw reading. For what you are doing it is very cool.

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    I am using big 18Ga wire, crimped and soldered connections.
    The Andersons are 15 amp connectors with huge contact area.


    2.8 amps is the max that the two 1400ma current limiter boards put out and so I was getting the max current flow.

    Looks to be ok

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    I like what your doing it.Jjust hit me up if you need any battery help or questions.

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    Thanks, appreciate the comments.

    see ya

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