rsfisher
Has anyone replaced their monitor panel with a more advanced model? We just picked out 177 se seems like the there might be a more advanced monitoring system out there  
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retro195man
rsfisher wrote:
Has anyone replaced their monitor panel with a more advanced model? We just picked out 177 se seems like the there might be a more advanced monitoring system out there  


I didn't find a need to do it. I think the panel is going to be only as good as your sensors. So it might look prettier but function the same. 
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mikes
If you want something better, there's the SeeLevel system. No personal experience, but I've heard it works well.
Mike
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fireblot
rsfisher: I agree that the stock monitoring systems are pretty basic, but in actual use, they turn out to be adequate. My wife would be quick to point out that I always add gauges, monitors, timers and tachometers to every machine we own, but I mostly ignore her (just on this one subject!).  Retro195man makes a valid point that your panel gauges can only represent the information coming from your sensors, so you have to figure how accurate the sensor is before anything else. If the water and holding  tanks have rheostats, then a digital gauge would probably work fine once you calibrated it. The one thing I will add soon is a battery level/charge meter and aftermarket TPS sensors (monitored at TV dash) for the trailer tires. If you make any mods to your panel, please post pictures and share info on the install! There is a lot of interest on this forum in this type of upgrade.

Peter
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