Step 1: Select your sensors.
You’ll need to decide what sensors you want to include in your OneGauge system.
– Check out our Features page to explore sensor options. For some sensors you will also need to know specific port or hose sizes, which you can select on the OneGauge Hub order pages.
– If you’re concerned about installation or want to know more, check our the OneGauge Installation Instructions.
– For help deciding which sensors you need, and for a checklist to make sure you don’t forget anything, check our OneGauge Sensor List.
Step 2: Purchase the OneGauge Hub.
The OneGuage Hub is the “brain” of the OneGauge system and is essential for the operation of all sensors and displays. Screw terminals make installing each sensor quick and allow the easy addition of sensors in the future. The Hub uses bluetooth-based communication to transmit the data either to your phone/tablet, your selected display, or both, so you don’t have to run sensor wires through the firewall. Once you’ve selected what sensors you want, use the links below to either build a custom Hub kit or choose a “pre-built” kit with the most popular sensor options.