This two-battery energy gauge, with its attractive, easy-to-install pre-wired panel, lets you measure the percent of charge in two-battery installations, such as a starting battery and auxiliary battery. The gauge is internally lit for day or night use. Plus, the Battery Energy Gauge comes complete with easy to follow instructions for do-it-yourself installations.
Back plate size: 3.120'' H x 4.620'' W Cut-out dimensions: 2.250'' H x 3.750'' W Dial gauge measures: 2.25'' dia.
Rated 5 out of 5 TWO BATTERY METER,GOOD DEAL
INSTALLED THE METER,NO PROBLEM THE JURY IS STILL OUT TODAY AS I WILL CHECK BATTERY NEXT DAY.VERY EASY TO INSTALL.,WORKS WELL, NICE TO SEE BOTH BATTERYS AT THE FLIP OF A SWITCH.
THE WORDS PREWIRED GOES FOR METER ONLY AND NOT THE LONG DISTANCE WIRES.
February 8, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by ANGRYREESE JUNK
LASTED TILL IT RAINED. 1 MONTH. IT DOES LOOK NICE.
July 21, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by dpigme wont last
i bought 2 of these returned one for another [warrented]
all have stopped working
the gauge face warps and sticks the neeedle has happened on all three
i would like my money back for 2 of them
is there any other type
i have a bass boat and a pontoon to use them on
June 1, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Joker Not moisture friendly
Looks pretty, costs a pretty penny and a pretty good waste of money! Switch is not covered and lets moisture in and so does gauge. Worked good till it seen rain then it was all downhill. Needle stuck on full,switch was hard to move because it is not covered. POOR design but looks good. Save your money. Most fish locators have a battery gauge built in just use a battery switch to move from one battery to the other. I used it in a john boat with two batterys and a trolling motor only.
February 25, 2011
The unit has it own little panel, Wood Grain, 3" H X L 4 1/2". I had to trim the top and bottom edge with sand paper to get a good fit. You can take the Gauge & Switch out of the panel and use a drill bit and a hole saw to mount them in our panel. But if you go this route make sure you get the Switch right and use a lable maker to lable #1 & #2 batteries on your Switch.