The nice documentation for this device describes specific RV and truck applications. It has a 60A internal shunt. Could this amperage be sufficient for some of these uses?
Would it be fool hardy to use the internal shunt in my 12V RV situation?
All my (WBO Travato) high Amp loads are 120V (heat, AC, microwave). My line charger is 40A; wincrasher reported his Travato alternator produced 35A max; my 200W solar can't do more than 12A which could possibly be additive. The only other high amperage I can think of is the "battery boost" switch which may flow high current briefly when used to jump the van. I could work with "don't do that" if needed to allow me to test or hopefully use the monitor.
Is there any amperage element I'm missing? Would use of the internal shunt be an invitation to quickly fry the device?
Thornwave is located near me in Raleigh which gives me positive vibes and I think I could learn a lot by trying this neat thing out.