Hello, the other day I got an hour meter to help me keep track of the amp hours I have put into my circuit, but I am not too sure how to hook it up. it came with a page of instructions giving a few diagrams on how to connect it, the only 2 that made sense for my application of it was to either wire it in series or parallel with my circuit. to me, series only makes sense, since in parallel, it wouldnt really be measuring the amp hours int my circuit, but rather just it's part of the circuit. when I wire it in series, it works, I hear it clicking away, but it has so much internam resistance that it barely has any current at all left (about .01 amps), this is unacceptable. when i wire it in parallel, it works, (it clicks) and it counts the amp hours, but as I suspected, it is not correcly measuing what I need it to, since I can take a direct measurement of what the real current is and assume it was constant for 1 hour, an that is not what the meter shows. is there some other option? am i right to think it should be wired in series with the circuit?