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Has anyone purchased the lights of different colors that indicate various voltages sold by Electrical Connection? If so, what do you think of them as a replacement for a voltmeter. I was leaning toward buying a voltmeter but, as yet, haven't found a digital one that's small and can be mounted in a place that easily seen. Any help in this direction would be greatly appreciated.:)
 

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I solved this by killing 2 birds with one stone. The passport 8500 (one of the best radar detectors available) has a volt meter option on it.

So I use it to keep my insurance down and check my volt status

Steve in Revere, Ma
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:waving:I haven't tried that one but had a similar unit some years ago in an ultralight aircraft. Worked just fine to show alternator operation. I think the one you're mentioning is the one that has the photo sensor so that it will dim at night? I was looking at it for my bike too. If you do a search on the internet for digital voltmeters you can find lots of LED, LCDvoltmeters in just about any size and configuration.
 
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