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Old 09-21-2007, 10:27 AM   #1
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My 2005 Winnebago Class C Minnie has House Battery Condition Lights on the Control Panel. About 4 LEDs indicating 4 levels of charge, from 0 to Full. Does each LED relate to a specific voltage? In other words, does the top LED indicate a full charge of 13.5 Volts and the lower LEDs a specific voltage for each? I'm thinking of installing a volt meter in order to read the actual voltage at the batteries in order to monitor the system. Thanks for any comments?
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My 2005 Winnebago Class C Minnie has House Battery Condition Lights on the Control Panel. About 4 LEDs indicating 4 levels of charge, from 0 to Full. Does each LED relate to a specific voltage? In other words, does the top LED indicate a full charge of 13.5 Volts and the lower LEDs a specific voltage for each? I'm thinking of installing a volt meter in order to read the actual voltage at the batteries in order to monitor the system. Thanks for any comments?
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I never put much stock in the how accurate those lights might be. I bought a digital meter that plugs into your 12v outlet that I used when I had a Class C. Camping World has them in the $20 range if you don't want to do a major meter install.
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