|We call these our status monitor because they can help give you an idea of what your system is doing. If you have a stanard kit with a boost switch or a standard progressive kit you can get an LED and wire to this unit and when it detects pressure it lights up your LED. If you are not in boost and your LED is lit up you most likely have a clog. If your in boost and there is no light you have no flow so there is a problem. This is far superior to simply connecting an LED up to your system.|
If you have Coolingmsit CMGS or VC2 there is a fault input that you can wire to this. It will light up the led on the gauge when its injecting. Its simple to wire, just take the COM port and give it a ground, take the NO port and connect to the fault input on the CMGS/VC2. If you have just a simple LED, wire the same way, but connect the NO port to one end of your LED and connect the other end of the LED to 12V power.
these ship with fittings to connect to 1/4 inch poly/nylon hose.