Battery monitoring system for a peace of mind on your adventure
The Pico battery monitor displays all data about your batteries’ voltage, state of charge, remaining ampere hours, time to charge or discharge, and even temperature.
You can monitor up to 6 battery banks.
The Pico system is modular, which means that you need expansion modules in addition to the PICO monitor.
For battery monitoring you need the shunt SC303 or SC503.
With Pico you can monitor several voltage systems. All with a single device.
For monitoring 12V and 24V systems you can use the standard splitter that comes with Pico.
For systems that exclusively operate on 48V you need a high-voltage splitter.
Our battery monitoring system is compatible with the following battery types:
CNC milled from a single piece of anodised aluminum
Water-tolerant touch buttons
Low power consumption
Pico has a design you’ll fall in love with over and over again. It’s sleek, slim, and compact look is available in 2 mount types and 2 colors (black and silver).
It’s display is optically bonded. It features a high-resolution, 3.5 IPS screen with Gorilla® Glass, a polarizing filter, and automatic illumination.
The IP67-rated anodized aluminum unibody case is water- and dust-resistant. The CapSense® touch buttons can be used even when there are drops of water on them.
When offgrid you rely completely on your own energy sources. Batteries don’t last forever, so solar is a necessity in this case. But still… you need to know what’s draining your batteries the most. Is it your fridge, stove, or something else?
Adding the innovative SCQ25, SCQ25T, or SCQ50 module to your system, lets you monitor the power consumption of all your appliances, such as your refrigerator, lights, cooktop, coffee maker, etc. Monitor various generators, like solar.
Monitoring the current coming in and out also serves as a check to make sure everything is working properly.
Always be sure of how much water you have left to cook, shower, or make your favorite tea with while admiring the beauty of nature or thinking about how little we need to be happy.
With Pico battery monitoring system you can monitor up to 12 tanks. Simply add a tank level and voltage module ST107 to the system and set two calibration points. For irregular tank shapes, you can set several of them to measure as accurately as possible.
Wide range of third-party analog sensors and units supported: resistive 0-65K ohms (or anything in between) and voltage type 0-75V (or anything in between).
What you don’t know is the temperature inside and outside your boat or campervan, the temperature of your batteries, your fridge, and your engine, etc.
Add up to 12 temperature sensors to the system with various shunts and modules: SC303, SC503, SCQ25T and/or ST107.
Pico is compatible with NTC 10k, NTC 5k and NTC 1k sensors.
We know how important every amp is to you. It was with this in mind that we designed Pico.
Its consumption is so low that you can wire it before the main switch.
Pico battery monitor has a built-in barograph that displays the pressure in real time, detects changes, and, by storing the data, shows trends that can be invaluable in predicting weather changes.
The NMEA 2000 gateway allows Pico to communicate with other devices on the NMEA network.
Pico sends data about batteries, tanks, temperatures, barographs, and more to other devices.
Wire shunts either to the LOW (-) or HIGH side (+), unless the voltage of the system exceeds 35V. In this case, the shunt must be wired to the LOW(-) side.
Convenient for wiring on retrofitting for existing boats and campervans. Multiple shunts and modules can be daisy-chained.
Pico settings can be stored and easily transferred to on the next Pico setup with the same configuration. All done easily via the Simarine app.
Download our free Simarine Mobile App and connect it to Pico to monitor live data for batteries, tanks, temperatures, barograph, consumption of small appliances, and auxiliary generators.
Use it to configure your Pico and upgrade its firmware.
Choose any measured data you always want to know about, and set the alarm by entering the high and the low values.
Modules the ST107, SCQ25, SCQ50 and SCQ25T each have 1 built-in programmable alarm signal relay that you can configure to output a signal of 1 amp when an alarm is triggered.
To make it easy for you to choose.
If you are looking for a unique solution, build the combo that perfectly matches your travel preferences.
Choose from a wide range of shunts and modules. The Pico battery monitor is compatible with all of them.
Installation template & quick guide
Screws, threaded rods, nuts, brackets
Double sided tape
Want to learn the basics about the Pico battery monitoring system? Need help with choosing the right shunts and modules? In the video below we take you through the foundation. For more videos like this visit our YouTube channel.