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Kuryakyn LED 12 Volt Battery Gauge
This slick little device lets you know if your motorcycle's charging system is working with just a glance. The green LED indicates within normal operating range of 12.5V to 14.5V. The amber LED warns you if the bike is not charging correctly. And if the reading drops below 10V or exceeds 15V, the flashing red LED alerts the rider. It is designed with a simple two-wire connection and a peel-and-stick installation that lets you attach the gauge almost anywhere. It also features a daylight sensor that automatically adjusts the LED brightness.
- 2" Long by 3/4" Wide by 3/16" High
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Reviews & Questions
I place the unit on a vertical portion of the fairing next to the instrument panel. The LED lights are bright enough (and dim in the dark for night driving) and with that position, they are visible but don't shine directly at me - a complaint others had about the meter. The meter mounts using double sided sticky tape - which I don't trust entirely, but I know it works in other applications. Time will tell. The gauge gives you enough information (green is good, yellow a warning, and red is trouble) but not too much detail (i.e. voltage just went from 14.3 to 14.4!...) and that's good enough for riding with peace of mind. At start-up it runs through all the lights, so you see the scale is working.
Installation was fine. I drilled a hole to pass the wires (which are sheathed for protection) to the chassis, where I had a spare auxiliary power cable anyway. I soldered the leads to a quick disconnect on the aux line, mounted the gauge, and tested it out.
I only held off on all 5 stars because time will tell how it holds up, but overall, I'm glad I got this, and will recommend it to everyone. I'm even thinking of mounting one in the cage.
Recommended for riders who have many/several electrical accessories installed
If you need to know how full your battery is, their is no easier way. Just set it and forget it.
More of my issue with it is that it doesn't feel like a real quality product, and the price for it has crept up- I seem to remember buying these for $30 a few years ago, and thought they were a little overpriced then. It feels like something you'd buy for $3 on ebay.
I've had them wig out in heavy rain as well, although they always seem to work fine again once dried out.
One annoying thing is if the voltage happens to hang out between whatever cutoffs are for each light, it'll flicker between the two lights, which at night even dimmed I found fairly annoying.
The Good: The unit is easy to install, you just run the leads to your battery and it will work. The unit itself has a double sided adhesive and can be mounted anywhere on a clean flat surface.
The Bad: Unless you wire it with your ignition, this unit will run 24/7. The lights stay on and they do consume power, as little as it may seem it becomes significant over time. I had my bike sit for a little over a week and my battery was completely drained. How drained you ask? Down to 4V drained, it took me 6 hrs on a high amperage charger to get it back to being able to crank my engine.
The quality of the unit also looks and feels cheap, it feels like something you'd buy from a dollar store. There is no quality to be seen or felt anywhere.
over 2 years ago