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An E-meter measures the state of charge of batteries.

A commonly used E-Meter for electric vehicles it the Xantrex Link-10. The Link 10 is a state-of-the-art battery bank monitor that uses sophisticated microprocesor technology to report all significant battery information.

Xantrex also make the Link-20 and the XBM e-meters.