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Old 08-05-2010, 12:22 PM   #1
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Question about SV indicator light voltages

What are the Oil and Fuel gauge light voltages going into the instrument cluster on the 2nd gen SV650?
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let me dig up the manual... but im pretty sure its +5vdc
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nah ... I've completely replaced my main instrument cluster with a gps and made some idiot lights ... but the idiot lights use 12 volt LEDs ... which were fine for my brights and blinkers ... but not with my fuel indictor or oil ... so I'm wondering what the voltage on those are.

If they are indeed 5V, I can't think of a simple way to up the voltage to 12 ... not sure what to do now ...
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Best thing to use, (well, at least the quickest) would be a DC to DC converter module. The cheepest woulb be to use a 5VDC relay.

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Relay sounds like an interesting soloution ... how would one set that up?
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