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Unread 04-15-2010, 07:50 AM   #1
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Has anyone had experience with these meters? Any Reason they wouldn't work?

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Unread 04-15-2010, 10:55 AM   #2
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Default Re: Datel Voltage Meter

As long as you get one with the correct voltage range it should work fine.
How much are these meters?
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They are $50, are water resistant and have a faceplate for about $4. My issue is with a 48v cart, what meter to use. They have one that goes up to 50v but wouldn't I really need one that goes above that? They also have one that goes up to about a 100v, but with that one I am afraid it wouldn't be sensitive enough. Any ideas?
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Default Re: Datel Voltage Meter

The DMS-20PC-8-DCM has a range of 30.0 to 199.9, so that would be the one I would look at.
It still show tenths of a volt and has plenty of range to cover your cart.
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The DMS-20PC-8-DCM has a range of 30.0 to 199.9, so that would be the one I would look at.
It still show tenths of a volt and has plenty of range to cover your cart.
This is the one i thought as well; I know scubabud n others have used a cheaper one, but sounded like some went out ??? n returns were frustrating??
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Thanks much, after I posted I went back to the site and read the specs. I figured that one would work, but was still not comfortable.
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This is the one i thought as well; I know scubabud n others have used a cheaper one, but sounded like some went out ??? n returns were frustrating??

Forget about the problems... everything got resolved...

I still have that last one I purchased for under $20 and works fine. You can buy three for the price you're talking about when you consider faceplate and shipping and still be ahead. I would go with the one I purchased... 0-199v DC under $20 shipped and make sure you silicon the faceplate backing to prevent moisture from getting behind the dash!
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Which one did you go with scubabud?
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Thanks scubabud - wasn't sure how the dilema woeked out...I think I will try one of these
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