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This compact separate module is designed to allow for isolated dimming for all AutoMeter gauges utilizing LED lighting technology separate from your vehicle's OEM dash. Supports up to 6 instruments.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Includes 4ft. Wiring harness.
- 0.250 in. Control Shaft, knob not included.
- Black Composite Case: Dimensions - 2.380 in. x 1.250 in. x 0.750 in. (1.375 in. from bottom of case to tip of control shaft)
- Utilizes two mounting holes (0.187 in.) located 2 in. on center.
- SHIPPED WITH
MODULE, DIMMING CONTROL, FOR USE WITH LED LIT GAUGES (UP TO 6) is rated out of 5 by 1.Rated 2 out of 5 by Eric132 from Dimming Control Module Bought auto meter 4th gen Ram factory gauges (pyrometer, trans temp, and boost) and the dimmer module. I hooked up the dimmer module to the trucks dimmer switch and the pyrometer gauge and trans temp gauge dim when you dim the dash lights; however the boost gauge doesn’t. The boost gauge can only be dimmed by the dimmer module directly.Date published: 2019-11-20
Will this dimmer control work on VDO marine gauges?Yes, it will work on any gauges. Just be sure that you are only powering the gauge lamps.Date published: 2019-12-07
I have this hooked up to 3 AM gauges as per instruction on a 1996 Mustang, white to white from gauges, purple wire to the light switch blue with red stripe wire, black to body ground, it's not dimming, gauges do dim with cars dimmer only. HELP!You may just have a bad dimmer switch, everything you wrote seems correct. Call autometer tech support they are very helpfulDate published: 2019-09-03
I have 2 sport comp 2 gauges part numbers 3604 and 3670, will this switch dim both of them together yesDate published: 2019-03-14
When using the violet lead hooked to the vehicle’s original rheostat, does turning the vehicle’s dimmer cause the brightness of your gauges/dash lights to change through the module, or do you have to turn the knob on the module as well?@ 1962GMCguy...I’m not absolutely certain but you asked a good question and since no one else replied, I will try. Most cars use a rheostat or variable potentiometer rotary switch to adjust the brightness level of conventional incandescent (filament bulb) type lighting. It dims the light by reducing the available power to the gauge bulb. By connecting the violet voltage input wire of the 9114 LED dimmer module to the output of the conventional rheostat dimmer, it should reduce the LED supply voltage and cause the LED’s to dim. By turning down either one of the dimmer types should cause the gauge lights to dim. Seems logical. Hopefully someone will chime in with the correct answer. And the beat goes on....Date published: 2019-01-19
Can this be used to dim regular incandescent gauges? I need something to dim 6 of your gauges in a custom set. Or what would you recommend ? My headlight switch has no provisions for this?Thank you for your question. Yes, this dimmer will work with incandescent lit gauges. You can certainly use this for your application.Date published: 2019-01-05
Can this be used for gauges and switches in a boat?Sure.Date published: 2018-12-05
Would this switch be ok for an inline 24 volt 54 amp max draw switch?The 18 AWG conductors and dimming circuit components used with the AutoMeter 9114 Module would quickly turn into a smoldering mess if subjected to a 24 VDC @ 54 A load. You might be able to find a heavy duty dimmer control at an industrial electrical vendor like GE or Waytec. Good luck. Date published: 2018-11-18
will this work with your 6345 pyrometer?Hi Joe, thank you for the question. While not required, our 9114 Dimming Module is compatible with the digital gauges.Date published: 2018-12-05
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