T2 -67 Split Screen Smiths OE Style Brown, 80MPH Digital Speedo Gauge
Aircooled VW Digital, Mechanical and Performance Gauges / Meters
The Smiths digital speedo replaces the original mechanical unit to provide dependable, accurate performance. With a built in ''drive to set'' function, setting up your new Smiths digital speedo is a straight forward process, just drive the vehicle over a measured mile to set. LCD panel with odometer and trip display.Requires 12volt charging system. OE style face.
Replacement Speedo Sender cable included, Can also be fitted to Beetles (all years) if this is the look you're after for your vehicle. Voltage: 12 volts nominal current Consumption: upto100mA Speedo Accuracy: 0-+5% Odometer: 0 to 99999 miles/km Trip: 0 to 999.9 miles/km Speed Sensor Compatibility: any 2 or 3 wire, 5 or 12 volt sender(hall effect, inductive, reed or quenched oscillator Temp Range:-20 to 70 deg C Programming range: 500 to 125000 pulses per mile/km Factory Setting 8380 pulses per mile/km Warning Lights: Indicators - 12 o'clock positioning Battery Warning - 7 o'clock positioning Main Beam - 6 o'clock positioning Oil Pressure - 5 o'clock positioning
Voltage: 12 volts nominalCurrent Consumption: upto100mASpeedo Accuracy: 0-+5%Odometer: 0 to 99999 miles/kmTrip: 0 to 999.9 miles/kmSpeed Sensor Compatibility: any 2 or 3 wire, 5 or 12 volt sender(hall effect, inductive, reed or quenched oscillatorTemp Range:-20 to 70 deg CProgramming range: 500 to 125000 pulses per mile/kmFactory Setting 8380 pulses per mile/kmWarning Lights:Indicators - 12 o'clock positioningBattery Warning - 7 o'clock positioningMain Beam - 6 o'clock positioningOil Pressure - 5 o'clock positioning
- 12 Volt Gauge
Product Code: 100030055
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