- Immediate visual check of all batteries not currently being charged or in use
- Voltage range from 4.5 volts to 30 volts (Accuracy 1%)
- Low trickle-drainage (16 ma, one five thousandth the current of an FRC robot)
- Measures state of charge (SOC)
- Replaces the Battery Flag
- Instant comparison of available batteries
- Provie grab-and-o of the highest charged battery in the pit or robot cart
- Mates with FRC battery connector (Anderson Power Products SB-50A 600V)
- Intended for continuous use while at competitions
- Comes with a convenient, cinch drawstring storage/transportation pouch
- Made of durable polypropylene
- Colored bright green for easy identification
- Keyed for correct instant insertion
- When used with am-2070a Power Pole Adapter, BattHawk can be used with TETRIX® or FTC batteries
- The BattHawk is angled such that the voltage display is not blocked during insertion
A BattHawk may be left in a battery for weeks without harming the battery. Batteries should NOT be stored with the BattHawk inserted as it will eventually discharge the battery fully (about 47 days).
How to Use:
- Charge Battery
- Unplug from Charger
- Test Battery with Battery Beak
- Plug in BattHawk
- See Constant Visual Status of all Batteries!
- 12.0 and below: Seriously? Put that one on the charger!
- 12.1-13.0: Practice ready: go break your robot!
- 13.1-13.3: Competition ready: head directly to Einstein!
"Our team used the BattHawk to be sure our batteries are ready to go as we zoom out of the pits to the next match! It has allowed us to grab a fresh battery when we are in a hurry from the practice field directly to a match!" - John
"During the playoffs, we had four charged batteries on our cart ready to go. In the heat of the battle it's sometimes confusing which batteries are fully charged and which one just came from our robot's last match. With a BattHawk plugged into every battery, the choice is obvious! Just grab and go!" - Mike
"Just for grins, we inserted several BattHawks into our batteries back at home, and the battery stayed fully charged for over a week when we stopped our test. We calculated that our standard 18Ah (amp hour) robot batteries would last 1,125 hours with a continuously attached BattHawk. That's 46+ days! Yep, we love this device!" - Rob
If you have product questions please contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please know this is a totally different product than the popular Battery Beak, which tests batteries under a load. The Battery Beak's test is a battery health condition test along with a load test, while the BattHawk is simply a voltmeter. We suggest a robot competition team to have 1 or 2 Battery Beaks and at least 4 BattHawks.
"Best money ever spent"
"Great buy love it use it every day at robotics"
BattHawk is the real deal
The BattHawk does one thing. It shows battery voltage without draining the battery. I love it. There should be one in every rookie tote.
These are new to us. So far, so good.