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    What watt meter?

    Please recommend or discuss watt meters as I think I need one.
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    RE: What watt meter?

    mtcarey, thank you but I've looked at HK and other sites, now I'd like to hear what actual users have to say.

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    RE: What watt meter?

    ORIGINAL: edjahar42

    mtcarey, thank you but I've looked at HK and other sites, now I'd like to hear what actual users have to say.*
    I'm using and like the Wattsup. It handles any current load I've needed up to now, and if I ever need to measure higher load products, I'll just add a shunt.
    There are quite a few options for watt meters, including home-made, but the Wattsup is a trouble free and elegant solution for most situations.

    http://www.batteriesinaflash.com/r-c...u100-version-2

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    RE: What watt meter?

    I have a budget priced watt meter that has served me well over the last 2 years or so. It does not have all of the bells and whistles yet it lets me see if I am using the best prop for what I have.

    http://www.hobbypartz.com/aeo-p0-watt-meter.html


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    RE: What watt meter?

    The Medusa Power Analyzer was one of the best. Unfortunately they are no longer producing them. Keep an eye out for one on e-Bay and you might get lucky.


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