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#### steveswift

Hi there can someone tell me what the two battery symbols denote ? Current and power , as you will see from attached image , from my understanding im drawing 1.15a from leisure batteries ? What’s the one which says power -15w ? I’m currently in the van ‘off grid’ engine off with tv and fridge on ,
Thanks

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#### Two on Tour

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Hi there can someone tell me what the two battery symbols denote ? Current and power , as you will see from attached image , from my understanding im drawing 1.15a from leisure batteries ? What’s the one which says power -15w ? I’m currently in the van ‘off grid’ engine off with tv and fridge on ,
Thanks

You forgot the image.

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#### Kannon Fodda

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All three of those readings refer to the same battery (your leisure one)

Volt is the present voltage on your battery system

Current is the amount going into or out of the system: + indicates there is a net charge, - the net discharge (you can be taking current from the battery and also charging from solar EHU or other source)

Power is the wattage being drawn from or added to the system, as above + = net addition, - the net discharge.

Effectively the current and power are different ways of showing the load or charge going from or to your battery.

#### treblid

The voltage of the battery is 13.11 Volts.. You are drawing 1.15 Amps. This is the equivalent of 15 Watts. Power in Watts equals Voltage x Current.

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#### steveswift

The voltage of the battery is 13.11 Volts.. You are drawing 1.15 Amps. This is the equivalent of 15 Watts. Power in Watts equals Voltage x Current.
Many thanks

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#### steveswift

All three of those readings refer to the same battery (your leisure one)

Volt is the present voltage on your battery system

Current is the amount going into or out of the system: + indicates there is a net charge, - the net discharge (you can be taking current from the battery and also charging from solar EHU or other source)

Power is the wattage being drawn from or added to the system, as above + = net addition, - the net discharge.

Effectively the current and power are different ways of showing the load or charge going from or to your battery.
Many thanks

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