Copied from another thread for those using the search feature and an attempt to keep it all together:
SOC percentage is more informative than Ah remaining for me. Ah requires the battery capacity known. Useful to me but meaningless to anyone else reading the meter.
This monitor at the touch of a button clearly displays the Ah required to fill. Mine is currently displaying 70.065 Ah and counting . The Votronic also requires button pushes to display required to empty (remaining)
The monitor on the main screen displays the battery SOC percentage as a number and in bar graph format. For me that is more informative than the Ah reading on the Votronic.
The brain easily and instantly converts that 50% = 150Ah.
Battery voltage to .01V, current to .1A, battery temperature, SOC all on one screen. Volts, amps, accumulated device charge/discharge totals (Wh), instantaneous power (Watts) on the second screen all adds up to the perfect monitor for me.
The simple wireless installation and no multiple daily button pushes are added time saving bonuses.
I can now remove the Votronic battery monitor, wireless thermometer and 2 LCD voltmeters.
Thank you again Neddy for the original heads up.