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Unread 02-24-2009, 08:48 AM   #1
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Question Anyone try this LED battery meter??

I saw this on e-bay and was wondering if anyone out here has one or knows of them...accurate? I like the looks but looks won't help when sitting on the side of a path with dead batteries and a meter that still shows half life left.
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Unread 02-24-2009, 08:54 AM   #2
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Default Re: Anyone try this LED battery meter??

That looks like the one that scubabud has in his cart in some of the pictures he has posted.

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Unread 02-24-2009, 09:41 AM   #3
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Default Re: Anyone try this LED battery meter??

ox i did some reading up on them and contacted one of the sellers on ebay and they swear by them that they are the best (you know how that goes) but anyway they will pre set it to your cart before they ship it out to you keep me posted on the info or if you get one
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Default Re: Anyone try this LED battery meter??

All of these meters need to checked with a voltmeter after instalation....the cheapest one works as well as the most expensive if you make a note of where the meter is when your pack is down 50%
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Default Re: Anyone try this LED battery meter??

Gorno has one in that yellow ezgo of his, see what he says about it.
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Default Re: Anyone try this LED battery meter??

Based on actual battery voltage my meter reads fine and is good for everyday use. I use both my Garmin, actual miles traveled as well as the LED meter. For me it's really more for looks and as said before there are meters that can do the same thing for much less!
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Default Re: Anyone try this LED battery meter??

I decided to go with it. I liked the looks and will do as Scotty suggested...watch the battery voltages with a digital meter,and see what the LED indicator says and just learn its calibration.. These things are just a "ballpark" indicator of voltages anyway, but its better than what I have now...nothing...and I think it looks cool also
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I decided to go with it. I liked the looks and will do as Scotty suggested...watch the battery voltages with a digital meter,and see what the LED indicator says and just learn its calibration.. These things are just a "ballpark" indicator of voltages anyway, but its better than what I have now...nothing...and I think it looks cool also
Bingo I like the step meters like this better anyway because as soon as you see it go down to the next step you can check your voltage and then determine at what step you shoould recharge
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Unread 02-26-2009, 03:26 PM   #9
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thanks guys i got a bar one put in cart yesterday and i guess now time to break out the ole meter also i talked with the guy at east coast i think his name was andrew he is a awesome guy he help me find a part for twenty mins on the phone great guy again they are a fine sponsor and i will buy from them anytime
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All of these meters need to checked with a voltmeter after instalation....the cheapest one works as well as the most expensive if you make a note of where the meter is when your pack is down 50%
what voltage should i be at at 50% on my 48 volt system for a recharge is that right recharge when 50% down
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