Digital Hourmeter Gauge For Boat, Yacht, Marine By Ac Dc Marine, Inc.™, on 2040-parts.com
Torrance, California, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Manufacturer Part Number:MG0230A
Black Digital Hourmeter
- 0-10,000 Hours
- Engine Running Only
- 2" - Hole size: 2.0625" (53mm)
- 12-32 VDC
Hourmeter operates by applying battery voltage across the gauges's register motor to ground. The register increments increase when the key switch in on. Route power through a normally open Oil Pressure switch to count "engine running" hours.
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