Minn Kota® Battery Meter

   

Sale price: Clearance price: Starting at: Sale starting at: Clearance starting at: Reg. price:

Quantity Price & availability
  • Measures the remaining charge in any 12V battery
  • LED indicators
  • Easy-to-read LCD display
Leave your worries behind, and enjoy a full day of fishing by avoiding the guesswork of estimating your battery's charge. This handy battery meter measures the remaining charge in any 12-volt battery using LED indicators to tell you (in thirds) how much juice is left. The LCD display is easy to read, even in glaring sunlight. Solidly constructed and extremely compact, this durable meter will easily fit in your pocket or tackle box.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome best I used yet! Bought this device with a gift card couple weeks back, darn thing is very accurate on my boat battery's so that's where it stays in my boat. & the best part is that it does not need any battery's itself to operate now that's a plus for me cause I hate buying more battery's for more things.... March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works well Purchased the Minn Kota Battery meter. Very pleased with the product. Tells you in an instant the status of your battery. July 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Power On ! A good friend of mine got a 14 foot aluminum boat this past fall. It is his first boat, and is powered by a Minn Kota 50 pound thrust electric trolling motor. The first few times he went out, he did not stray far from the launch site, as he was worried he would get too far out and not have enough power left on his battery to get back in. So, I surprised him and bought him this battery meter so he could check his charge level whenever he felt he needed to. This is a great little meter. It fits easily into any tackle box, glove box, pocket or any compartment you've got. It does a pretty good job of measuring how much charge you have left, is quick and easy to operate and is an overall good product for a good price. Now my buddy feels safe enough to venture out a little farther from the dock. He can quickly check his charge now, and loves the meter. In my opinion, any small boat with an electric trolling motor should have a decent battery meter on board. Power on! January 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by I like it I was a little hesitant to order this after reading the reviews but knowing how great Bass Pro is about taking back returns I ordered one. It's great. Easy to use without a lot of wires hanging out. It will light up all the lights when the voltage passes 13.4 volts. 3 lights is a full charge however. April 19, 2011
2 3 next>>
2 Questions | 3 Answers

Outdoor Answers

Get help about this item from fellow customers.

Ask your questions. Share your answers.

 
 
Browse Q&A
 
 
Sort by
Details: 
I found it amusing that there were two, completely opposite, answers to the earlier question on how to use the battery meter. So ... does the metal tip go on the positive or negative terminal? .... and please don't answer "Yes". :-D
4 months, 3 weeks ago
Answer this Question
0
0

Answers

Staff Answer
A: 
Hi, thank you for your question. The tip on the wire goes to the negative terminal and the one on the meter goes to the positive terminal, see photo below.
Images for this Answer
(click to see full-size image)
User submitted photo
2 months, 1 week ago
by
 - Springfield, MO
Read all my Q&A (read all my Q&A)
0
0
 
Q: 
2 answers

Instructions

Details: 
I have one of these meters but no instructions on how to use. HELP!
Thanks,
Don
4 years, 11 months ago
Answer this Question
0
0

Answers

A: 
Don,

You touch the poined lead at the end of the colied side of the meter to your positive terminal on your battery. At the same time touch the other end (metal lead) of the meter to the negative battery terminal. It's supposed to show 4 lights when fully charged. I had two of these sent to me by BPS and neither worked properly. Hope yours does better.
3 years, 7 months ago
0
0
Vote as Best Answer
Thanks for Voting

A: 
all you have to do is put the metal tip from the meter part with the screen on the positive battery terminal, then put the metal tip from the corded part on the negative and that will give you your reading. it will tell you in thirds how much percent is left. but i like to go off the voltage. a fully charged 12v battery should measure at about 12.8 volts or so. a drained battery is about 11.8 volts. so if you are using the battery for a few hrs and then the meter tells you that you have a charge of 12.3, then you know that you used about half of your power. and if it says 12 v, then you know that you are getting close to draining it down.
3 years, 11 months ago
by
 - baltimore, md
Read all my Q&A (read all my Q&A)
0
0
Vote as Best Answer
Thanks for Voting
1 of 1
1 of 1

Need Help? 7 days a week: 7am to 10pm CT or call 1.800.227.7776 anytime