Welcome to our website! You have probably seen our ads on Facebook and are looking for more information.
If you want to know if we make a specific kit for your vehicle, please visit our Vehicle Specific page. Otherwise, if you want to learn more about our products, continue reading below!
Before contacting us, the first thing you need to decide is what type of setup you want to have. Reach out to us at Info@TheOneGauge.com with questions!
PHONE AND TABLET SETUPS:
- Our cheapest, easiest to install option. See all your gauges on an Android or Apple device and mount it wherever you want in your car.
- No major vehicle modification needed.
- Use it as a dash cam with gauge overlays, data log, and much more.
- Drawbacks- turning it on each time you get in the car, not quite as customizable as an LCD screen, may not be a permanent solution.
- If your car is newer than 1996 and you want a phone/tablet setup, there’s no need to use our product. Just purchase a Bluetooth OBD-II reader like this.
MOUNTED LCD TOUCHSCREEN SETUPS:
- Best of both worlds- install an LCD screen in your car without permanently modifying your dashboard.
- All the pros of an LCD screen (see below) without the commitment, and much easier to install.
- Often cheaper than purchasing a custom cluster, and easier than making a cluster yourself.
CUSTOM INSTRUMENT CLUSTER WITH ONEGAUGE LCD SCREEN:
- If you want your setup to look factory, or have a screen where your current instrument cluster sits, this is the way to go. It is usually the most expensive option but has the best results.
- LCD screens offer the most versatility and ability to customize the look and feel of your gauges. Add buttons to control vehicle electronics, design your own gauges, etc.
- Many screen sizes available to fit most any cluster size.
- Many aftermarket companies produce blank gauge panels or instrument clusters for various popular vehicles. These can often be custom cut to fit a OneGauge screen for a clean and easy install. 3D printing is often a great option for custom clusters as well. Try searching on your own, but we also have a list of companies that make blank clusters. Often enthusiast pages or Facebook groups are great ways to find products like this specific to your vehicle.
- If you can’t find a blank cluster, it’s relatively easy, and inexpensive, to build your own from an extra cluster bought at a junkyard or on Ebay. Click here to see a walkthrough here of how we built a customer’s custom cluster.
- OneGauge does build custom clusters, but due to the time involved it is an expensive option.
Still have questions? We’ll try to answer common ones:
Do you make a setup for my vehicle?
-Our gauges work with any engine; we offer OBD-II kits, CAN-BUS kits for vehicles with standalone or aftermarket ECU’s, and for all other vehicles you can install individual sensors just like standard aftermarket gauges. If you’re looking to replace your instrument cluster, we’ll refer you to our Vehicle Specific page.
How does it work?
-OneGauge uses standard aftermarket sensors but reads them with a computer instead of a single gauge; the computer, the OneGauge Hub, sends all of this data to your phone, tablet, or LCD screen. OneGauge can also read data from other sources as well, such as your OBDII connection, and can be used to control relays and other electronic functions.
How much does it cost?
-Cost depends on two main things- the screen type you use and what sensors you want. A standard tablet setup starts at $300, while an LCD screen setup may start around $500.
What sensors and screens do you offer?
-Browse our features list: OneGauge Features
Where do I buy?
-Make sure you follow us on Facebook- Facebook.com/OneGauge- for sale and giveaway opportunities!
I still have questions- where do I learn more?
-We have a video as well as lots of documentation here: Learn about OneGauge