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Battery-Viewer Intelligent Battery Monitor 12V and 24V

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  • Battery-Viewer Intelligent Battery Monitor 12V and 24V
  • Battery-Viewer Intelligent Battery Monitor 12V and 24V
  • Battery-Viewer Intelligent Battery Monitor 12V and 24V
  • Battery-Viewer Intelligent Battery Monitor 12V and 24V
  • IBS Schema



Scheiber's remarkable Battery Viewer leverages a unique battery monitoring technology, which is supplied by Scheiber as standard OEM equipment on Beneteau, CNB, Lagoon, Jeanneau, Monte Carlo, and other production and custom yachts.  It is now available for the aftermarket as a complete kit known as the Battery Viewer.

The Battery Viewer is a battery monitoring system designed for multiple batteries or battery banks.  It is meant to be deployed as a system to monitor the batteries, and to alert and guide the user regarding relevant and critical data for managing charging.  It can monitor and manage up to six (6) batteries simultaneously in real-time.


PART NUMBER 43.00002.00 (12V) or 43.00004.00 (24V). 


  • 1 tactile color screen Navicolor 3.5”
  • 1 IBS sensor (Intelligent Battery System) 12V or 24V 
  • 1 cable for IBS sensor
  • 1 cable for the connection between the sensor and the panel
  • 2 battery terminal adapters

Additional IBS Sensor available (one per monitored battery needed)


PANEL SIZE (L x l x P) 150 x 95 x 65 mm (with cable connected) 

How is the Battery Viewer different?

It is not an amp-hour counter.  Amp-hour counters are simply current shunts coupled with a clock and a counter.  They are basically counters which are tallying amps and hours.  They are not adaptive devices, they don't model battery behavior, and they get more and more inaccurate the more you use them. Typical battery monitors have tiny screens, read out in an indecipherable code of abbreviations and symbols, and don't compensate for load balance or temperature.  They either require manual re-set, or re-set automatically using an occasional zero-out reset routine.  

The Battery Viewer uses Intelligent Battery Sensors (IBS), which are smart devices which reside on the battery terminal of each battery that is being monitored. The IBS technology is the same technology that is used in millions of vehicles around the world that employ the fuel-saving and pollution-reducing Start-Stop technology  The IBS sensors are part of a fail-safe safety system used to guarantee that the vehicle will start again before it is shut off.  The IBS itself is a sophisticated and robust device using an on-board ASIC micro-processor chip, a current-measuring shunt, a temperature sensor, and a LIN-bus network interface. The IBS resides on the battery post and continually communicates to the Battery Viewer over a small network cable via LIN-bus (an automotive network standard). 

The Battery Viewer uses a sophisticated algorithm to monitor the ongoing battery values (voltage, current, charge balance, and temperature). These values are continuously analyzed and compared to a self-learning internal battery model. The model considers the battery’s original capacity, and then updates its model using a continuously captured history of temperature, current-flows, and voltages. The result is a very accurate display of the battery operating conditions, State of Charge (SOC) and State of Health (SOH) for each battery connected to an IBS sensor.  


The data provided by the Battery Viewer is the actual and accurate info that you need to know, displayed in living color on a 3.5” tactile LCD screen.   Such as:

  • State of Charge
  • State of Health (% life remaining in battery)
  • Remaining operating time (at present consumption)
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Charging or Discharging Status, and magnitude of current flow
  • Battery Capacity (as entered by user)
  • Capacity Available (at current State of Health)
  • Battery Temperature 
  • Type of Battery (as entered by user)
  • Low voltage alert (alarm and recovery thresholds set by user)
  • Low SOC alert (alarm and recovery thresholds set by user)
  • Low SOH alert (alarm and recovery thresholds set by user)
  • History of alerts 
  • Time of Day
  • Date





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