5 in. Diameter Speedometers
JEGS 41384 5 in. Electronic Programmable Speedometer with a silver face and black numbers features two trip meters, an odometer (miles), and a remote mount TRIP/CALIBRATION button. To calibrate simply press the button and drive one measured mile. Recalibrate whenever changes are made and the Speedometer will automatically adjust for the changes and accurately indicate speed. This 5 in. diameter speedometer comes calibrated for 16,000 pulses per mile and will require a sending unit. Designed to work with both hall-effect senders and magnetic pickup sensors, JEGS electronic Speedometer is compatible with any speed sender or electronic module that meets the following conditions:
- Pulse range generated proportional to the vehicle speed
- Signal with minimum 3V peak to peak signal - typical for 3-wire hall effect and 2 wire vehicle speed sensor outputs
- 4000-200,000 pulses per mile (16,000 is typical)
- Speedometer Sender sold separately. We recommend JEGS 555-41610, 555-41611, or 555-41612
- Designed for 12-volt systems
- High-Speed stepper motor movement for accurate and reliable readings
- 270-Degree full sweep movement for excellent readability
- LED through-the-dial lighting creates exceptional illumination
- Red illuminated pointer, soft on the eyes for easy reading
- Easy Install U-Clamp
- (6) 22-18 AWG Spades Connectors
- Step by step installation instructions
|5 in.||1 11/16 in.||2 15/16 in.|
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