Sparked Innovations CONDUCTOR - DC Distribution Block w/ Built-In Ammeter
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Sparked Innovations CONDUCTOR - DC Distribution Block w/ Built-In Ammeter

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NOTE: The Conductor currently can accept GND only. A B+ version is slated for 2023.

Alternator: You paid for that 320A alternator but how do you know what it's actually putting out at various RPMs? Run your alternator(s) + or - cable(s) to The Conductor first and then to your battery to find out!

Amplifier:  Want to know if you're exceeding your battery's current-delivery specification? Run your amplifier(s) + or - cable(s) to The Conductor and then to your battery(ies) to make sure you have adequate current supply for your amplifier.

Wire and Fuse Sizes:  Take the guesswork out of figuring the proper wire gauge and fuse rating by monitoring what your amplifier(s) is drawing constantly and at peak. Run your amplifier(s) + or - cable(s) to The Conductor and then to your battery(ies).

Lithium Batteries:  We've all seen lithium battery fires caused by overheating internal cells due to over charge/discharge. How do you know if your amplifier current draw exceeds the battery's safety ratings? Put The Conductor on the + or - cable(s) between an alternator and battery bank to monitor charge rate. Put The Conductor on the + or - cable(s) between amplifiers and the battery bank to monitor discharge rate.

Test Bench: Replace your clamp meters and run all + or - cable(s) through The Conductor to measure current from your battery bank to measure the pull of each amplifier to track power consumption.

NOTE: The Conductor currently can accept GND only. A B+ version is slated for 2023.

Alternator: You paid for that 320A alternator but how do you know what it's actually putting out at various RPMs? Run your alternator(s) + or - cable(s) to The Conductor first and then to your battery to find out!

Amplifier:  Want to know if you're exceeding your battery's current-delivery specification? Run your amplifier(s) + or - cable(s) to The Conductor and then to your battery(ies) to make sure you have adequate current supply for your amplifier.

Wire and Fuse Sizes:  Take the guesswork out of figuring the proper wire gauge and fuse rating by monitoring what your amplifier(s) is drawing constantly and at peak. Run your amplifier(s) + or - cable(s) to The Conductor and then to your battery(ies).

Lithium Batteries:  We've all seen lithium battery fires caused by overheating internal cells due to over charge/discharge. How do you know if your amplifier current draw exceeds the battery's safety ratings? Put The Conductor on the + or - cable(s) between an alternator and battery bank to monitor charge rate. Put The Conductor on the + or - cable(s) between amplifiers and the battery bank to monitor discharge rate.

Test Bench: Replace your clamp meters and run all + or - cable(s) through The Conductor to measure current from your battery bank to measure the pull of each amplifier to track power consumption.