RV KIB Tank Sensor Monitor Panel M23
Do you know how much stuff is in your tanks? Maybe you have experience climbing Mount Everest and know about balancing your intake and outtake and can apply the principles to your RV tanks. But for the rest of us, not knowing can be one of the most frustrating things encountered when out and about in your RV. This becomes especially critical when boondocking or going off the grid because the longer you stay without hooking up to utilities the likelihood of overflow increases. Being able to do a quick check can be vitally important if you don't want to have to use the bushes.
Unfortunately, this vital instrument has been known to go bad or give false readings. If you've checked the manual and the online forums, then you are probably considering making the switch. We hope you'll find the M23 from KIB to be a satisfactory replacement or upgrade.
This high quality, easy to understand indicator is available in white or black to blend with the interior of your RV, travel trailer, cabin, horse trailer, or concession trailer. Constructed from durable high-density plastic, it will mount to the wall of your interior and provide years of visibility for your system. Once tied into your 12V system, it will keep an eye on your fresh, gray, and black tanks as well as your battery voltage. Each push-button provides an indication for the approximate level of the corresponding label. So, if you are running on empty or close to overflow, you aren't going to be caught off guard. There is also a lighted switch to control the water pump and water heaters.
A KIB gauge from RecPro, when properly installed, is like a crystal ball allowing you to check in on your water system and alleviate your worry.
- Overall Dimensions: 3 3/4"W x 3 3/4"H
- Bolt hole spacing: 3"W x 2"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
- Controls for electric and gas water heaters
- 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%.