Battery Voltage Recorder BVR20 is a portable, handheld device primarily intended for measuring battery voltages and temperature while battery is either connected or disconnected from the network. BVR20 can also provide data on the density of electrolyte by communicating with an external Density Meter (DMA35) over an infrared (IR) link. An additional feature is the cell tags readings enabled by cell recognition over Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).

This device is simple and easy to use with a possibility to store the measurement results. It also provides fast and easy data transfer to PC over USB cable. The presence of a measurement sound indicator, keyboard and graphical 2.8″ touch-screen display adds to its simplicity of use.

  • Lightweight – only 0,6 kg (1.3 lb)
  • Cell voltage measurement ranges: ±2,35 V; ±7 V; ± 30 V
  • Current measurement using current clamps
  • Temperature measurement
  • RFID cell recognition
  • Electrolyte density measurement (communicating with external Density Meter)
  • Detailed test analysis by using DV-B Win software
Included accessories

  • DV-B Win PC software
  • Mini USB cable
  • Transport bag and carrying belts
  • Power supply adapter
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The DV-B Win software is included in the price, and all its updates are free of charge. Using the DV-B Win software a test can be performed and monitored from a PC, and the results can be saved directly to a PC. Communication between the BLU and a PC is achieved through a USB cable. Using the DV-B Win, the results can be arranged and printed for a report in selectable formats as XLS, PDF, Word, or RTF. Also, a possibility of importing other types of data formats (jpg, png, doc) into standardized DV-B Win report is provided, as well as exporting the numerical and graphical results from the DV-B Win into a customizable report. Additionally, the software provides a possibility of setting extra parameters (cell voltage, string voltage, capacity and time) for alarming and terminating the test.