Xantrex releases next-generation battery monitors

June 30, 2008
Xantrex Technology has launched its next-generation battery monitors for fleet vehicles, the LinkPro and the LinkLite

Xantrex Technology has launched its next-generation battery monitors for fleet vehicles. The LinkPro and the LinkLite battery monitors offer users the ability to easily read voltage statistics, battery capacity, charge and discharge current, the company said. All the details appear on a backlit LCD display with instant recall available.

The LinkPro is an update on the Xantrex Battery Monitor and provides simultaneous voltage monitoring of a second battery bank, expanded amp-hour capacity five times greater than the XBM, a temperature sensor and communications kits for use with a computer, Xantrex said.

The LinkLite is a more affordable alternative to the LinkPro with fewer features. It does offer the ability to monitor two battery banks simultaneously. Both models have CE approval with FCC Class B and easy-to-install designs with internal programmable alarm relay that can run a generator when needed, the company said.

“These battery monitors expand and improve our mobile product line,” said John Wallace, Xantrex CEO. “Versatile products like the Xantrex LinkLite and LinkPro are designed to give users peace of mind, knowing that they can count on our reliable battery monitors to consistently deliver accurate data.”

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