#### autostaretx

##### Erratic Member

on the 10 amp scale, "0.26" is 260 milliamps. (think: a quarter amp is 0.25 amps ... which is 250 milliamps)

If it was trying to show you 9 amps plus 260ma, you'd see: 9.260 (but the final zero is invisible)

So the two meters agree ... and that's far too much current. (any other NCV3 owners care to do a comparison measurement?)

I'm not 100% sure, but i

more math: let's call it 1/4 amp ... so in 24 hours, you'll have burned 24*1/4= 6 amp hours.

That shouldn't flatten a battery.

In 10

--dick ("far too much": at least twice what i'd expect, and 6 times more than my T1N)

If it was trying to show you 9 amps plus 260ma, you'd see: 9.260 (but the final zero is invisible)

So the two meters agree ... and that's far too much current. (any other NCV3 owners care to do a comparison measurement?)

I'm not 100% sure, but i

*think*you're the first (or perhaps only 2nd) person to report the "sleeping" currentmore math: let's call it 1/4 amp ... so in 24 hours, you'll have burned 24*1/4= 6 amp hours.

That shouldn't flatten a battery.

In 10

*days*you'd have gone through 60 Ah, which would be 60% down.--dick ("far too much": at least twice what i'd expect, and 6 times more than my T1N)

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