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Marine Tech Battery Energy Gauge - Two-Battery

Easily installed pre-wired panel Measure charge in 2 battery installations Internally lit gauge for day or night useThis two-battery energy gauge, with its attractive, easy-to-install pre-wired panel, lets you measure the percent of charge in two-battery installations, such as a starting battery and auxiliary battery. The gauge is internally lit for day or night use. Plus, the Battery Energy Gauge comes complete with easy to follow instructions for do-it-yourself installations. Back plate size: 3.120'' H x 4.620'' WCut-out dimensions: 2.250'' H x 3.750'' WDial gauge measures: 2.25'' dia.
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Questions & Answers for Coleman Marine Tech Battery Energy Gauge - Two-Battery

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How big is this?

My dash is about full, how much room will this gauge need?
asked 6 years, 7 months ago
by
Less
 - Charlotte, NC
on Marine Tech Battery Energy Gauge - Two-Battery
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answer 1
ABOUT 2in X 4in. VERY NEAT INSTRUMENT
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - CENTRAL FLORIDA
answer 2
7 by 4 inches
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
by
JBFL
 - Levittown, Pa
answer 3
The unit has it own little panel, Wood Grain, 3" H X L 4 1/2". I had to trim the top and bottom edge with sand paper to get a good fit. You can take the Gauge & Switch out of the panel and use a drill bit and a hole saw to mount them in our panel. But if you go this route make sure you get the Switch right and use a lable maker to lable #1 & #2 batteries on your Switch.
answered 5 years ago
by
Norm3
 - Bruceton TN
answer 4
Back plate size: 3.120'' H x 4.620'' W.
Cut-out dimensions: 2.250'' H x 3.750'' W. Dial gauge measures: 2.25'' dia.
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