RV KIB Tank Sensor Monitor Panel M21
You might be overwhelmed by all the tech that has been developed in the last 10 years for the RV lifestyle. It seems like there is an app for everything these days and pretty soon you'll be able to plug in the coordinates and put the RV on autopilot. But for those of us who are not quite ready for the high-tech lifestyle, there are still some basic products on the market that let you keep an eye on things.
Take for example the M21 tank sensor monitor panel. Just right for the couple who is converting a van to a mobile living space, or the family looking to get away from tech for a while and connect with nature. Or, hey, maybe you are thinking about adding an outhouse behind the barn and want to be able to keep tabs on when to empty and fill the tanks. Whatever the reason, this little guy can help you with all those and more.
This "basic" model is made of durable high-density plastic and provides a simple gauge for your water tanks and battery levels. The easy to understand display lets you do a quick system check on individual tanks at the push of a button to determine where you are on usage and when your next clean-out should be. Besides keeping tabs on your water tanks, it features a switch to turn on the water pump.
Proper installation using the included wiring pigtails will provide years of monitoring comfort. Comfort in knowing the approximate level in your tanks so you can plan and navigate accordingly. Because at RecPro, providing comfort is our ultimate goal. And if basic is what you are searching for, then search no more.
- Overall Dimensions: 2 7/8"W x 4 5/8"H
- Bolt hole spacing: 2"W x 3"H (hole center to hole center)
- K101 "pigtail" wiring harness included
- Color: White or Black
- Easy readout
- Monitor tank levels
- Monitor battery level
- Control for water pump
- 12V DC
The C, G, F, and L on the monitor stand for the charge of the battery (Charge, Good, Fair, and Low). Charge is set for 12.70-12.85V. Good is for 12.10-12.15V. Fair is for 11.60-11.65V. Low is for 6.00V and less. All values are in DC Volts plus/minus 5%.