Good little ammeter for marine use By Guest
Have mine mounted down below in the saloon, as I don't need to see my power draw when on deck (I know the windlass is high draw). It's mounted in one of the 4-hole panels sold by Powerwerx, and it stands a little proud from the hole/fitting.
The depth of the unit is perhaps a little on the short side, compared to other fittings sold by Powerwerx; this may catch you out depending on the thickness of the panel you're mounting it in to.
Shunt appears to be of decent quality as well, though the take-off wires you'd fit to connect to the ammeter may end up in front of the mounting screw holes. I mounted mine with the take-off machine screws facing down, which has proved to be inconvenient when trying to re-arrange the wiring in the locker; easy to undo and flip though.
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Barely readable in daylight By Guest
Talk about false advertising -
This display looks great in indoors room light - but, fades to barely legible in outdoors daylight.
I paid good money for ammeter & voltmeter, and would have been happy to do so if they had lived up to the hype.
Don't expect to be able to read without shading meter with your hand.
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