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f800gs limited charging
I really needed to see what my power consumption was and this delivered. I hooked it up an ran my aux lights heated grips and heated jacket and high beams.I took a reading with this and it showed i was in the green with all things running. Nice to know exactly what my power consumption is and quick reference to battery state of charge. Highly recommend
January 12, 2015
Works well, easy to read.
The meter plugs to the battery side cable in place of the charger. It works well, easy to read. We bought it to use on several batteries, motorcycles and 4-wheeler. We have a Battery Tender Lithium Battery in a motorcycle and the package for this meter says "Not for use with Lithium batteries". This notice is not in the write-up on any websites that we are aware of. Don't know why it couldn't be used except that the lights would not give the proper indication for lithium battery levels.
September 28, 2014
pretty straight forward
it's good for providing peace of mind before a ride
September 24, 2014
Easy Way to Check Battery Charge
This is a great accessory for people that already have a Battery Tender charging tail hooked up to their bike. Just plug this into the SAE connector on the tail and you'll see a digital readout of the charge level of your battery, along with colored LEDs indicating the battery's general charge level. It's simple, compact and inexpensive. Highly recommended.
April 21, 2014
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Dan K: The KLR does not have a charge indicator so this fills that need nicely.May 1, 2014
Kent B: Enables you easily monitor battery condition via a Battery Tender wiring harness (or a Gerbing harness if you buy the Gerbing SAE adapter) that you already have connected to your bike's battery.Mar 31, 2014
Darren L: I figured to be nice to have this in my tour pack as a good tool to see how my battery and or alternator is doing road side.Jan 9, 2014
FRANCK B: Having the connector out for the battery tender will be great to plug this device to check my batteryNov 14, 2013
A shopper asked:What are the dimensions of the unit? Is the unit waterproof? Backlit? Any way to neatly mount it permanently? I'm in the market for a small permanent voltmeter.Dec 24, 2013
LAURENCE E:Overall length is 3". The meter part is 1 1/16" wide. Not back-lit. No claims for waterproof. Clearly intended as a diagnostic tool, not a mounted gauge. Pkg states "Not for use on Lithium batteries"Dec 29, 2013
Philip M:The body of the unit is 2 inches, the connector section 1 inch for a total length of 3 inches. I did not keep the item connected as it was backlit and I thought it would draw power over time. So I do not know if it absolutely waterproof. There is no direct way to mount it except that the tender cord attaches firmly and you can put a velcro on the back to hold it. I just use it to check once a month or so. Really do not need to do that since I have a Shorai Lithium Battery.Dec 29, 2013
A shopper asked:Revzilla, Need details on how this voltage meter works. 1] Do you check battery life before starting bike and what should light or digital meter indicate? 2] Do you check battery or charging system while bike is idling or higher RPM? What should light of meter indicate? 3] Do you check battery after stopping for proper charged level? What should the light or meter indicate? No instructions on packaging how this meter works or understanding displays. Thanking you in advance. SteveMay 10, 2014
William C:This is a digital voltage meter. The meter should read around 12 volts with the green light on without the engine running. If not, the battery has low voltage. The meter should read higher than 12 volts & green light on with the engine running, meaning it is charging the battery. If not your charging system is not working.May 17, 2014
Philip M:You just connect it to see if the voltage is 13.3 V or more. Then you know the battery is OK. You don't even need to turn the bike on. So it does not matter if you have it turned on or not. Just that the voltage is not low.May 14, 2014