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Auxiliary Power Connector Cable
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  • SKU: Watt-AuxCable

Auxiliary Power Connector Cable

Our Auxiliary Power Connector Cable makes it easy to connect the Watt Meter to an optional power source like a battery pack, power supply, etc. Read Full Description
$3.99
Availability: In Stock
SKU: Watt-AuxCable

Our Auxiliary Power Connector Cable makes it easy to connect the Watt Meter to an optional power source like a battery pack, power supply, etc.

The cable plugs into the meter's auxiliary power connector socket on our meters. Other end is bare leads.

Color coded leads and 12" long silicone insulated wired make it easy to use.

While not required, (since the meter can get power from the measured circuit, it is very handy to have for many applications.

Connect red lead to plus voltage and brown lead to minus. See meter instructions and specifications for details and allowable voltages.

Orange lead is unused except where noted otherwise in meter documentation.

Customer Reviews
Connector name and how to Locate and wire to analyzer. By
The auxiliary power port on the power analyzer is an RC servo type port. The connector is a Futaba J. And  can be found at most Hobby Shops. The wiring on the analyzer goes with Negative on top and positive in the middle. The bottom wire is usually left vacant, but can be used to reset the analyzer back to zero if you put a wire in that position by simply shorting the wire to a piece of metal.  
Some people have complained that the unit goes out or fails by displaying a white screen. This will occur when the auxiliary power is stillconned and the load goes below 5 .4 volts . All you have to do is temporarily disconnect the source side for about 5 seconds and if the source is greater than 5.5 volts the unit will populate all values.
It is a sturdy and accurate device.
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