Fuel Cell Monitor Pro 4.0

Fuel Cell Monitor Pro 4.0

The Fuel Cell Monitor Pro 4.0 can calculate the efficiency and electrical characteristics of fuel cells and electrolyzers and allows real-time monitoring of every cell in the fuel cell stack.

The Measuring Transformer Card provides the possibility of four-conductor measurement for the compensation of measurement errors.  The measured value recording can be performed automatically, voltage-regulated, current-regulated or manually.  The efficiency of H-TEC Education’s fuel cells can also be measured with the Fuel Cell Monitor Pro. It  also display up to ten individual voltages of a fuel cell stack in real-time and record and display characteristic curves and efficiency of H-TEC Education’s electrolyzers.

SKU: U104 Categorías: ,


· External measuring transformer card for measuring and recording the characteristics of fuel cell models: voltage, current, and time
· Connects to a computer via USB cable
· Supplied software allows you to plot the fuel cell stack’s voltage-current, power-voltage, power- current, power-time characteristics
· Recording can be done automatically, at certain voltage or current points or manually
· Data recording as .txt or .csv format

Contents Include:
· Measuring Transformer Card
· Software
· Individual Voltage Measurement Cable
· Cable Set (USB cable, 2x 2 mm cable set, 2x 4 mm cable set, 2x adapters)
· Power Supply
· Transport Case
· Detailed Operating Manual

Minimum System Requirements: Computer with Windows 2000 SP3, XP, Vista or Windows 7, Windows 10, 580 MB free space on HD, Pentium III or comparable (600 MHz – or faster), USB port Recommended Requirements: Microsoft Excel (for individualized data plotting)

Measurements Possible With the Fuel Cell Monitor Pro 4.0, U104:
· Voltage-controlled automatic measurements
· Determining characteristic curve of electrolyzer
· Determining electrolyzer efficiency
· Determining characteristic curves of fuel cell
· Determining fuel cell efficiency
· Determining decomposition voltage of water
· Long-term measurements at your own computer
· Fixing the output at different operating points of the fuel cell stack
· Monitoring single cell stack voltages at your computer
· Power-controlled automatic measurements