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Old 06-03-2007, 08:46 PM   #1
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Question on battery indication meter

Help. I cannot find any documents on the tank level / battery condition meter on the wall of my new T-1950. The tank level is basic in 3rd's but I do not know what the letters L-F-G-C represent for the battery condition. I view it as a progresive thing where the light furthest to right is a good thing. What do the letters mean?

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Hi Paul,

Here are the definitions to those letters. I assume your panel looks like the following pic, but if it doesn't, I'm sure the definitions are the same.

C is for Charge
G is for Good
F is for Fair
L is for Low battery condition



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Thanks Jon, That makes sense. I did notice it was on "C" while the power was plugged in. Using two batteries and being somwhat conservative, we've been out for 4 days at a time so far and it's still on "G" so that's pretty good. On a two day weekend we don't even worry about battery power.

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