High degree of accuracy, reliable, smart illumination, double glazed. Supplied with black and chrome finish bezels.
Stylish white bezel design, black on white graphics, accurate and reliable, these tough instruments look good on all types of boats. Domed glass sheds water and resists scratching. Arctic gauges have black graphics ...
Diameter: - Ø 52 mm Tecnology: - Crossed coils Power supply: - 12/24 V with revers polarity protection Connections: - 3 x Fast-on(6.3mm) - Terminal block Protection grade: - IP67 Operating temperature: - -20 +70 °C
Graphic symbol: battery Units of measure: volt Measurement range: 8V—16V Visual alarm in case the battery is low
Specifications Application Voltage Meter Power 12V or 24V
8003 DC Analog Voltmeter 8-16 Volts DC 3 position switch for multiple battery banks Voltmeter mounted in 0.125" Aluminum 5052 Alloy
A voltmeter indicates the battery voltage and the general condition of the battery charging system. The meter requires no warm-up and indicates voltage changes instantly.
The ViewLine voltmeter displays the status of generator and battery and their loads on a voltage scale. Values exceeding the normal charging voltages can therefore be monitored exactly. 8 pole Tyco / Hirschmann MQS ...
How to choose this product
A boat voltmeter measures and displays the battery voltage aboard a recreational vessel.
This device continuously displays battery charge, useful for detecting low or overcharged batteries.
Analog meters indicate voltage via a needle moving along a graduated dial. Digital models offer a more precise, two-decimal readout on a screen. These devices can be used with 12- or 24-volt DC current and 110- to 400-volt AC systems.
They can be round, square or rectangular, and built-in or installed independently. Waterproof models can be mounted on deck, for example in an instrument panel in the steering console. Some can be linked to other instruments via an NMEA interface.
How to choose
Choice will depend on display system, the characteristics of the current and voltage range. Generally, digital models are more precise and more reliable. When adding a voltmeter to an already existing cluster, consider a design matching the instruments already in the panel.