I bought victronenergy Smartshunt.
I must say that I am extremely satisfied with the accuracy of all the measurements.
Comparing the readings from TracerAn 3210 Epever and Smartshunt, they are surprisingly nearly identical, in both current and voltage.
They differ only by 0.02A and 0.02V. That is practically zero.
However, I am not convinced that the Peukert coefficient works.
In theory, by increasing the coefficient, the remaining runtime should shorten as the discharge current increases.
But it's the other way around:
for example, with a discharge current of 3 amperes, if I put coefficient 1.5 there is more time remaining, compared to coefficient 1.0.
The percentage of SOC also increases as the Peukert coefficient increases. I expected the opposite.
In my case, the statistics with default coefficient 1.25, seem too optimistic and less realistic than coefficient 1.0 or 1.1.
Can anyone clarify this for me?