What I don't like about the LinkPro is that you have to synchronize (ie fill up the tank) that could take hours, and reportedly erratic. For the price of the unit why didn't Xantrex build a unit that analyzes instantly the entire bank or banks using modern battery analyzer technology and set a baseline, e.g. 3/4 full or whatever the state of charge, and go from there. Also I don't like that it uses a 500A shunt instead of a hall effect sensor. So I think it's not ready for primetime. In the meantime I'll keep the digital ammeter/voltmeters for each of the 3 banks in my motorhome; I'll do my own calculations / estimation.
For the needs you stated 100A is adequate, as long as you don't have any plans to add appliances. My personal minimum for my motorhome is 500A which is not too low for my 660AH battery bank. I think the monitor you're looking at is a good value for a low current capacity system.
Last edited by G35Vortec454; 09-17-2012 at 03:30 PM.
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