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Reliance 48V Solid State Battery Meter & USB Charger

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Introducing the most accurate Battery Meter on the market. This new Reliance meter features an advanced self learning intelligence that adapts to your specific battery pack and compensates as batteries age. This unit also features a built in DC/DC converter and 2 Amp USB port for charging Smart phones and small tablets.


  • DC/DC converter and USB port allows smart devices to be safely and efficiently charged
  • Integrated alarm provides an audible indication of low state-of-charge
  • Backlit LCD allows easy-to-read operation in low lit environments
  • 2.5 LCD digits allow display of state-of-charge from 0 to 100% in large easy-to-read format
  • Environment protection of IP65 (with connector installed) ensures operation in harsh environments


  • Solid State Battery Meter
  • 48 Volt Wire Harness

Please Note: Will not work with 48 volt E-Z-GO RXV Models. Please use #8062 for all RXV models.

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Listen-I love the description of what this product will do. I ordered it and it sits on my counter b/c the instructions are extremely vague regarding exactly what wires I am supposed to connect the wires to. The 3 leads from the meter are short so I’m hoping I would connect all three to various connections to the back of the ignition key switch...but which ones EXACTLY for my 2016 Club Car Precedant ??? HELP, please? Maybe a video on how to exactly install???? Thanks!
Zogman on Jun 30, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I recently installed one on a 48V Yamaha G19 that I am rebuilding. I am an idiot when it comes to electrical so if I can do it, you can too. Your batteries are all run in series (positive to negative across the entire pack) so you need to locate the end of that series. The best option for me due to the length of the wires was to use the positive and negative connections on the inside of the charging harness (where your charger plugs in). You might have to lenghten your wires. Red to positve and balc to negative. Your yellow wire is to be spliced into the positive wire coming from the back of your key switch. You will need a multi-meter to test which wire is positive but for my cart it was the yellow wire. When connected correctly, the meter turns on and off with the key switch. Hope that helps!
Will this work with Yamaha 48 volt Drive? Current meter is rectangle and three plug.
Dennis B on Mar 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes, electrically it will work. . I found it very easy to install, but I am a mechanic and have all the tools. You may want to look at the Reliance rectangle meter if you want to mount in the same spot as your current meter.
Is there a video of how it is installed?
Jesse M on Oct 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jesse, unfortunately we don't have any videos available. Joseph is right, there are probably some online. If you need more assistance, feel free to call our technicians.
The instructions that came with the meter instruct me to connect the red wire from the gauge harness to the B+ and the blue wire to the KSi. There are black wires coming from gauge harness. What do those connect into? The B-?
Paul Z on Jan 11, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Read the instructions very carefully. I installed the guage a year ago so I am going on memory but I believe it is also connected to the on/off switch.
what does DC/DC converter mean?
GARY C on Sep 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Your batteries are a DC voltage source of 36v or 48v usually. A DC to DC converter takes that 36-48 DC volts and reduces it down to a 12v DC output. So you can run accesories like lights or a fan or whatever!

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