Garnet SeeLevel II 709 Monitoring System

Item #:
54094
Brand:
Garnet Technologies Inc
Model:
709-1003

Quick Overview

Garnet SeeLevel II 709 Complete monitoring system, just push a button for your readout of holding tanks, LP Gas levels and RV battery voltage.
Price: $239.98
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Garnet SeeLevel II 709 Monitoring System Description

You want to be captain of your RV, having all of your tank readings in one location to alert you of LP gas levels, battery life and holding tank space. The Garnet SeeLevel II 709 Monitoring System is your co-captain giving you information when you simply push a button. You do not need to go out and check your propane levels or run out in the rain and check your battery charge – go to your Garnet SeeLevel II 709 and push the battery button to find out how much battery life is left. It is that easy!

It should not be rocket science for you to try to figure out the readouts of your holding tank levels. The led screen on the Garnet SeeLevel 709 system displays percentages on the easy to read 3 digit alpha numeric display. No more single points the 3 digit alpha numeric LED display is always waiting with an actual number as a percent of how full your tanks and battery are. Tanks are constantly monitored using Garnet’s proprietary external level sensing technology

Are you concerned your tank might be too small or too large to accommodate the sensors for the Garnet System? Don’t worry! Garnet sender strips are 12” long and can be trimmed if needed. The Garnet system can measure tanks up to 24” with additional sender strips (additional strips sold separately). The easy to peel back of the sender strips has a 3m adhesive that will stick on your tank and stay there giving you accurate tank readings.

The Garnet system is already used in OEM campers in the RV world and sold aftermarket to RVers who want to upgrade or install a monitoring system. Here are some recommendations from our customers who love this product.

“Finally a tank level gauge that reads right every time. Easy install, easy set up. Wish I had this sooner. Would buy this level gauge without a doubt again.” Mstrmech2

“It was an easy install and sure seems to be very accurate. It’s nice to know with confidence that you still have room for one more shower or the black tank isn't going to overflow.” Exxis

At Dyers we strive to have the most accurate up to date information from the manufacturer about the products we carry. Garnet has a very detailed installation manual – You can find the user’s manual under Useful Downloads – in blue click on Installation and User's Manual.

Garnet SeeLevel II 709 Monitoring System Additional Information

Item # 54094
Brand Garnet Technologies Inc
Model 709-1003
Features Provides accurate tank level information using percentage of full readout.
Measures tanks up to 12 inches tall with a single sender or 24 inches tall with dual senders.
Tanks are monitored using Garnet's proprietary external level sensing technology.
Tank senders connect to display via a one wire bus which saves wiring costs.
LPG tank connection compatible with existing electric senders.
Display shows increasing level as resistance increases.
Included (3) Sender Strips
1 Display Readout
Mounting Screws
Wiring Harness
Instructions and Programing Guide
Warranty Registration
Warranty 1 Year
Made in Canada
Net Weight .3
Gross Weight .8
Special Order Item No
LTL Freight No

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I purchased this as my current sensor system always reads partial full with the black and grey tanks. Cleaning has not helped. Considered getting the better sensors out there but then heard there were problems with them. My tanks were 11 inches tall. That meant I could cut the sensors to 10.5 inches or 9 inches. 10.5 was on the edge of too long and 9 was too short. Tried 10.5 but wasn't getting 0% due to being too close to the bottom. Cut to 9 inches, so the tanks will not be fully empty when reading 0% or full when reading 100%. I don't mind that, since it lets me know when I am very close to full or empty, but have a little buffer. Haven't given it a test run yet, but looks good so far. One of the sensors was bad, but Garnet replaced it quicky on my word alone. Not bad service.
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Very nice product and very easy to install.
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Great product! Works just as advertised
Easy to install IF you tape the sensor in place to decide where you want zero to be. I set mine so I have 2 or 3 gallons left when it says zero. Works very well. Don't know why Tiffin doesn't fit them as original equipment.
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Easy to install and works great
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This is my fourth installation of this product. Twice for friends and twice for two different coaches that I own. The OEM level sensors worked poorly. The Garnet sensors work VERY well! It is so nice to know how full the waste tanks are! This device takes all the uncertainty away. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone who wants to know the status of the tanks with a definite degree of certainty.
I will say that the LPG level is NOT very accurate, but it wasn't with the OEM sensor, either. I believe the temperature prevents an accurate measurement.
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