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Tri-Metric 2025-RV installation
The tri-metric battery monitor is essential gear if you want to know specifically what condition your batteries are in, and how much juice is left in them. It is a high-tech fuel gauge for your battery bank. Basic level settings tell you how many volts are in your bank, how many amps are being drawn and what percentage is left of your amp hours.
One of a few port holes I've carved on the bottom of my TT to help pull wire.  Then button it back up with a piece of wood on the inside and wood...
This is the back side of the meter, inside the entertainment center.  I used the material I cut out of the hole I made as shims to flush mount the...
This is my battery bank (4-6 volt golf cart batteries).   
 
The positive post is closest to us in the picture.  My in-line 1 amp fuse came with a...
The post on the left has a 2 AWG wire running to the negative post of my battery bank.  The other wires are the 22 AWG wires connected to the meter.
I used 4-22 AWG wire to connect the actual meter to the shunt.  Instructions say to use 16-26 AWG wire depending on the distance from the meter to...
STEP 1:  AFTER disconnecting the batteries, install the shunt.  This should be as close to the batteries as possible.  I've seen some install the...
Volts, Amps in use & % of full (amp hours) are the three basic metrics you receive.  I prefer the amp hours % of full.  You can have the full voltage...
When installing the meter you should choose a location that is easy to access.  They recommend you choose a spot somewhere in your living room area. ...
I know this isn't the cleanest looking hole.  I'm quite the amateur on DIY projects and wood work.  The meter is flush mounted to the wall.
This is a completed wiring install.  The connector on the left runs a single negative 2 AWG wire to the negative post of the battery bank, the post...

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