Battery Monitor Voltmeter 12VDC Round with Bargraph


Battery Monitor Voltmeter 12VDC Round with Bargraph
Stock Number: 35712 ME
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$16.95


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Detailed Description

Unique Battery monitoring DC Volt Panel meter.
For panels up to 3/4" IP62 Rating
Round with a 3 digit Blue LED display and 20 segment Color Bargraph
Voltage Range: 10-24VDC 12 Nominal
Bargraph: 7 Red 6 Yellow, 7 Green segments
1 Red segment @ ~11.3V 7 Red @ ~11.9 V
1 Yellow @ ~12V 6 Yellow @ ~12.5V
1 Green @ ~12.6V 7 @ ~13.2V
All Flash @ ~15.0V
Current: ~40mA
Character Height: ~.25"
Temperature: -25"C"~ +65"C"
Humidity: <98%
Terminals: 0.250" (6.35mm) Quick connect
Mounting Hole: 29mm
Dia: 1-1/2" D: 1-1/4" Body/ 1-5/8" O/A WT: .05


California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov



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Great Meter Great Customer Service 6/23/2021
I had ordered one of these battery monitors for the instrument panel of my homebuilt airplane, but it had a minor blemish on its face that would have detracted from it use. I sent a picture and an email to MPJA and they promptly sent me a replacement. No muss, no fuss. Thank You MPJA jz
- JanZ, FL
 
Great for camper 9/14/2020
I use a solar panel to keep my camper battery charged. Dont rent electrical hookups while camping. This meter does well telling me my battery capacity. Can anyone tell me what the round LED to the right of VOLT signifies?
- Kevin Ruppert, WI
 
Quick read battery monitor 9/26/2019
Wire this to the battery posts of your car battery and have a constant readout of the voltage. The unit draws so little power, it does not need to be switched. It will read the stored voltage of your battery. Start the car up and by watching how much it drops, you will know the batterys condition. Once the car starts, voltage should jump as the alternator works. By wiring it to the posts, you will know if the cable to post connections need cleaning.
- Philip Bradley, CO