The BVR22 Battery Voltage Recorder is a handheld device designed for measuring string voltage, cell voltage, intercell connection voltage, ambient temperature and cell temperature. This unit also enables simultaneous measurement of string voltage and DC current which helps to determine battery capacity. The BVR22 can be used to measure voltage and temperature parameters when the battery is either online or offline. With a wide measurement range of up to 600 V the BVR11 can test large battery banks as well as single batteries.

This unit can save up to 200 different string measurements within its internal storage and measured variables can be displayed in histogram form on the 2.8” colour display. Data can be downloaded from the device using Bluetooth or USB and proprietary DV-Win software allows detailed data analysis of battery health.

DV Power provides a 3-year warranty on all test instrumentation. This is a guarantee to our customers that they will receive the highest quality test equipment on the market.

  • Handheld
  • Automatically measures, time-stamps, stores voltages in less than 1 second
  • Simultaneous string (cell) voltage and DC current measurement, for use in the discharge test
  • Voltage measurement range: ± 600 V DC
  • Cell (electrolyte) temperature
  • Ambient temperature
  • RFID cell recognition
  • Easy transfer of measured data to DV-B Win software
Included accessories

  • DV-B Win PC software
  • Mini-USB cable
  • Transport bag and carrying belts
  • Power supply adapter
Recommended accessories

  • Sense cables
  • PT100 temperature indicator
  • Current clamps 30/300 A with    internal battery supply and    extension 5 m
  • Sense cables 2 x 3 m with banana    plugs + dolphin clip
Optional accessories

  • RFID tags 20 pcs
  • Bluetooth communication module

DV-Win software is included in the purchase price, and all updates are free of charge. The intuitive software facilitates in-depth analysis of test results which can be displayed numerically and graphically on a PC or within an automatically generated report. It is possible to export all test data into all mainstream file types. When this BVR device is used in conjunction with accompanying DV Power test units it is possible to use DV-Win to analyse cell voltage, string voltage, capacity and time as well as setting alarms and test termination times.