The BatteryCheck is designed for deep cycle batteries (also known as ‘house’ batteries) and as such should not be used on a starter battery.
BatteryCheck is a simple, easy-to-install device that sets a new standard in battery management systems.
BatteryCheck is an easy-to-install device that sets a new standard in RV battery management systems. This innovative product connects to a range of standard batteries and communicates wirelessly with your Smartphone. BatteryCheck provides real time battery management data that allows you to effectively manage remaining battery energy via an easy to use app.
- Communicates wirelessly with smart phones
- Instant real time data - view information including volts and amps, time remaining, temperature, battery status, state of charge and battery health
- Easy installation – no mechanical expertise required
- Compact, rugged and reliable
- Standard wireless protocol
- Compatible with any 12 & 24V Lead Acid, AGM, and Gel 7Ah-800Ah battery
The BatteryCheck is a simple and easy to install device that sets a new standard in RV battery management systems. This innovative product connects to a range of standard batteries and communicates wirelessly with your smart phone. The BatteryCheck provides real time battery management data that allows you to effectively manage remaining battery energy via an easy to use app.
BM PRO BatteryCheck - Installation Video
BM PRO BatteryCheck - 2 Batteries in Parallel Installation
As long as the battery system is not exceeding 100 amps peak or 80 amps continuous draw or charge then there is no problems using the BatteryCheck. Please note the BatteryCheck will monitor the whole system as opposed to the individual batteries and as such all negative connection on the batteries should go through the BatteryCheck.
Absolutely, the BatteryCheck will monitor the entire battery bank as one energy source and report on it. When installed in this manner the BatteryCheck should be wired on the common negative and all connections to the negative of the battery should go through the BatteryCheck.
There is no limit to the number of BatteryChecks your phone can report on, however you will only be able to connect to one BatteryCheck at any point in time, meaning you will need to connect your application to the relevant BatteryCheck you’d like to see each time.
Whilst the BatteryCheck is not officially compatible with the iPad you can connect using the same steps as the iPhone. Please note as the iPad is not a supported device there may be minor issues with the connection and reporting.
The BatteryCheck can be connected to your Android tablet using the same steps as an Android phone. Please consult your manual for a step by step guide.
Please get in contact with us to troubleshoot. If you are unable to do so then you may like to try disconnecting your BatteryCheck, forgetting the connection in your Bluetooth settings (on your smart device) then reconnecting- this will solve most connection issues.
At this stage the BatteryCheck is not supported on Windows operating systems.
The BatteryCheck is suitable for use with battery banks up to 800 Amp hours.
No, the BatteryCheck will monitor your battery bank as one energy source and report on it.
The BatteryCheck is installed on a battery bank in the same way as it is with a single battery however the BatteryCheck should be placed on the common negative of the bank and all negative connections made to the bank should be made through the BatteryCheck.
Yes, as long as the charger does not exceed 80 amps continuous or 100 amps peak charge. If the BatteryCheck is bypassed the charge will not be measured or reflected in your dashboard.
Quiescent Current Drain is < 10mAmp (found on page 8 of user manual). This would take over 10,000 hours to drain a typical 100 Ah battery.
The BatteryCheck is proudly designed, manufactured and sold from our Australian head office in Knoxfield Victoria.
Some budget phones currently on the market will operate differently with the BatteryCheck app, for further information please contact Team BM PRO.
Volts is only one indicator in a more complex equation – rather like measuring kilometres-per-hour (KPH) in a car. KPH will tell you how fast you’re going, but not how long you’ll be able to maintain a particular speed or if you have fuel in the tank to run it. The BatteryCheck will provide you with access to all of the information you need to complete the full picture, including charge state, battery status, amps, volts and remaining time.