Battery testing equipment for measuring the health and performance of your onboard batteries. They can help prevent outages, extend battery life, and identify faulty batteries by testing parameters such as voltage, capacity, and discharge rate.
Multimeters - Measuring voltage, current, resistance, and other electrical properties of a battery or a circuit. They can be used to check the state of charge and the condition of a battery.
Drop Testers - Devices that apply a load across the cells of a battery and measure the voltage drop. They can be used to detect weak or faulty cells and determine the overall capacity of a battery.
Hydrometers - Devices that measure the specific gravity of the electrolyte in a lead-acid battery. They can be used to estimate the state of charge and the health of a battery.
Circuit Testers - Devices that tests DC voltage from 6V to 24V and has a light bulb in the handle that glows when circuit connection is complete.