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Hey everyone, Chad w/Antigravity Batteries here. Just wanted to remind you all and let those that don't know about a solution to monitor your battery even when you're not riding you'r bike. We have a little module we call the Battery Tracker which allows you to see what you actual voltage is right from your cell phone. It does this via an app on your phone which pairs up to the device via Bluetooth. In addition to being able to see the voltage the tracker will store the voltage data for 30 days allowing you to see how the battery is maintaining while the bike sits as well how it's performing when the bike is running over the course of that 30 days. On top of that you can set the app to send you notifications when the battery reaches specific levels to remind you it may need to be charged. The tracker also has a cranking test as well as a charging system test to additionally check performance. If you have multiple vehicles you can use these to keep track of up to 5 of them using a tracker on each vehicle and one app on our phone and it will work on bikes, atv's, utv's cars or anything else with a battery. Lastly we have versions in both lithium as well as lead/acid so you're totally covered regardless of what kind of battery you are using. Check out the video below and as always feel free to let us know if you have any questions at all!

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Lithium Battery Tracker
Lead/Acid Battery Tracker
 
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Nice gadget but I don't see the need for 2 different models for lithium or conventional battery... It's basically the same thing but with different level alerts no? Why not toggle the mode in software?
 
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Firmware in the tracker is actually what's reporting the info to the app. As the resting voltages are different for the two chemistry make ups a lead acid tracker on a lithium battery would be constantly reporting low voltage from a percentage standpoint but if you're using it just to monitor the actual voltage you could honestly use one or the other regardless but one thing we strive to do is keep cost down so that can be passed on to the end user and adding any more tooling to such a small little unit would increase that cost. But again, bottom line you could use one or the other if you're really just paying attention the voltage and going off of that.
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