I'm installing a Link 1000 to take better care of my house batteries
and having installed the panel and incredibly expensive Xantrex cable (not really needed, but at least the colors are now correct), I've turned to fit the Shunt and found that the bilge
pixies have stowed it somewhere the light doesn't shine !
Having turned the boat
upside down (yes, I know that's not a good thing to do with a boat
) I'll be damned if I can find it.
Xantrex, as usual, are impossible to contact to get a spare and I really don't want to purchase
another complete unit just for the shunt.
Anyone know for sure
that they just use a standard 500A shunt ? If so I can probably pick one up on Ebay for little money
[EDIT] On reflection, I guess I'd need to know the shunt calibration too (I'd assumed 100mA, but could be 50mA, 60mA or anything else). Hmmmm, might need to buy a new Link 1000 after all.