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DIY Battery Monitor - ESP32 based
I have 3 batteries on my boat and after doing a Engine monitor project using ESP32, a friend asked me to look at Battery Monitors for both our boats, so after some research I bought some parts and started to throw a plan together.  The video below shows what I am using and goes through the code.


hope people find it useful!

the code, schematics and list of parts are on the Github page:

there will be a later video with further work such as:

- board layout that will be implemented on the boat
- packaging
- NMEA2000 integration
- other functions - the Batteries on my 336 are in the rear lazarettes.  also in the area is the black water tank and fuel tank - I will be trying to add external black water level sensing, as well as seeing if I can grab the fuel level without interfering with the analogue gauge

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DIY Battery Monitor - ESP32 based - by Techstyle - 2023-02-22, 07:26 PM
RE: DIY Battery Monitor - ESP32 based - by we9v - 2023-02-28, 05:16 PM

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