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Category: Tools & Test Equipment for the amateur radio work bench

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Review Summary For : Watt''s Up WU100 DC Power Analyzer
Reviews: 4MSRP: 59.00
A precision instrument, our "Watt's Up" watt meter replaces an ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter, Amp-hour and Watt-hour meter and does more. see for manufacturer's information. Available with Powerpole connectors from
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VK2AET Rating: 2015-11-25
Inaccurate Time Owned: more than 12 months.
My meter has never accurately shown current draw.

I have contacted the manufacturer who does not respond. I agree with the other poster stay away from companies like this with poor customer service.

There are now cheaper options for half the price that do a better job
N6VQZ Rating: 2011-05-26
2 years and it failed. Time Owned: more than 12 months.
Looked darn good out of the box, but now just 2 years it has failed. Shows bars whenever power applied. Was inline with other ham equipment and none of them has had any problems. Wrote email to company and no response, so I'd advise stay away from companies that do this.
K6SDW Rating: 2007-04-03
VERY Kool!! Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Bought one after seeing the eham review...very very impressed with this product!! Does what it sez it will do....

Honestly, regarding powerpole connectors....if no like just cut them off and use what u like. They had to use something for connectors and I really like the PowerPole concept.

Cheers All!
KB3CS Rating: 2007-03-10
monitor power consumption and much more Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Compact and versatile addition to your alternative power system. Easily keeps a running tally of how much power you have consumed from your battery.

As shipped from PowerWerx, the PowerPole connectors were _not_ soldered. Given this device can be used in-line to measure up to 100A, every milliohm matters!

Besides, the Anderson PowerPole Assembly sheet specifically states the contacts are to be soldered to the wire.