Simple Clean Colour Display with high contrast Gorilla Glass.
- Displays the State of Charge (SOC) as a percent with a coloured circle indicating the battery health (blue for healthy, orange for unhealthy, red for alarm).
- The "lightning" icon and blue "up-arrow" indicate 100% SOC is expected in 9.5 hours
ASSURANCE OF BATTERY LIFE...
...PEACE OF MIND.
Big clean clear display on PICO and smartphone.
No small LED lights or buttons to push.
Easy to read Total with multiple devices installed.
All the device currents on the battery screen.
EASY TO SET ALERTS
Change alerts based on the camping or boating conditions.
Do on the smartphone with a simple select and slide.
Set alerts to visible, audible or both.
Set ALARM DELAY
Set an OUTPUT on ALARM
PICO is constantly monitoring battery current, voltage, (temperature). Parameters are constantly being adjusted using AI.
You can set the averaging interval for calculating TTG (time-to-go) from “short” to “long”.
You can tweak the target State of Charge (SOC) threshold for the time to go. A “pre-alert’ to a low battery state.
MONITORS LITHIUM BATTERIES
Battery types include Lead Acid, AGM, GEL, and of course Lithium.
Q: My boat has two separate electrical systems (battery banks) with different voltage. One system has 12v and the other 24v. Can I monitor both batteries with the one PICO at the same time?
- Yes. PICO and PICO+ battery monitors can monitor up to 6 electrical systems (battery banks) at the same time. Each system can be on different voltage level. For each electrical system (battery bank), an Active Shunt is needed. At this time, we support 12V, 24V, 48V, 60V and 72V (using SC302T shunts) and 12V and 24V (using SC300 and SC500 shunts).
Q: The total current draw on my battery bank exceeds 500A. Your shunts only support up to 500A. What can I do?
- No problem! You can get two SC500 shunts and combine them to reach 1000A and so on.