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J.P. Instruments FS450 Fuel Flow System

J.P. Instruments FS450 Fuel Flow System

Brand: J.P. Instruments

Product Code: FS450
Availability: In Stock
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Price (Incl GST): NZ$1,426.00
Price (Excl GST): NZ$1,240.00

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J.P. Instruments FS450 Fuel Flow System

 

With fuel prices this high, doesn't it make sense to keep track of what you're burning?
 
With the J.P. Instruments FS450 you get:
  • Continuous display of fuel burned,in upper display in Gallons per Hour. Liters and Lbs per hr also available.
  • An amazingly low price includes Instrument harness and a Flow Scan 201 or 231 transducer. 
  • Upgrade your old Hoskins, or Shadin System. Will function with any K factors; connector is pin to pin compatible. 
  • Automatically calculates the K factor.
  • All programming done from the front panel.
  • Size 2.25" diameter (small hole). 
  • Light Weight 5 oz with Super Thin 1.5" depth. 
  • Three year warranty. (yes, the only three year warranty around!).
  • Serial port sends and receives data from all GPS units, even handhelds. 
  • Calculates fuel to next waypoint (when interfaced with a GPS).
  • FS-450 Can Mate to an old Shadin or Hoskins System.
  • Gallons per hour can be changed tap litres or Lbs.
  • QUE lights indicate which function is being displayed in the lower display.
  • Auto Button, starts the automatic scan of the functions. Rate can be set from 1-9.
  • Continuous display of fuel burn in Gal/Lbs/Litres per hour.
  • Step button can index information forward or backward. All programing done easily from the from panel with two buttons and no switches to toggle.

Display Functions:

  • Total Fuel Used
  • Fuel Remaining
  • Endurance in Hours and Minutes
  • Fuel Required to next Waypoint
  • Fuel Reserve at Next Waypoint
  • Nautical miles per Gallon

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