Not STC'd. For experimental use only
The FL-2R was designed to be used with Stewart Warners resistive fuel level sensors (F-385-CP05) Resistance decreases as fuel is added.
Analog Display: 210 Degree,analog arc with green, yellow and red LED's.
Digital Display: Large, crisp, LCD display with adjustable backlighting for night operations.
Data Recording: The FL-1 can be modified to output data to Electronics International's MUX-8A. This allows pilots to review critical system information for flights.
Fuel Slosh Stabilization: When in flight, fuel will slosh around in the aircraft fuel tanks, creating irritating readings that constantly jump around. The FL-1 has a Fuel Slosh Stabilization calibration point that averages fuel level readings, creating a much more stable, but still extremely accurate fuel reading. Calibrate between a couple of seconds all the way up to over a minute of fuel slosh averaging.
9 Calibration Points: The FL-1 allows installers to program from as little as two all the way up to nine fuel level calibration points in the fuel tank. This flexibility eliminates inaccuracies due to non-linear fuel tanks.
Easy Programming Interface: The FL-1 is a simple instrument to install and program. Clear step-by-step instructions make programming the instrument easy to calibrate to your fuel tank senders.
Selectable Units: The pilot can easily select between displaying fuel level in Liters, Gallons or Lbs with a switch on the front of the instrument panel.
Kit Includes: Instrument, Wire Harness,Installation and Operating instructions.
Dimensions: 2.5" x 2.5" x 3.65" Depth, 2.25" Bezel
Analog Display: Two sets of 7 High Intensity Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) in 90 degree arcs with Intensity Control Line available for dimming. Sequential flash test on power up.
Power Requirements: 7.5 to 35 volts, 1/10 Amp.
1/4 Tank Warning: If the left or right tank level reaches 1/4 of a tank, the appropriate yellow LED will blink.
Low Fuel: If the left or right tank reaches 1/8 of a tank, the appropriate red LED will blink.
"OPEN" Warning: If the wire to the left or right fuel tank sensor becomes open, the analog display for the tank with the problem will show an empty and the digital display will show "OPEN."
Note: To acknowledge a blinking LED (i.e., to stop the blinking), change the position of the Tank Selector Switch.
Max, Min and Resolution: Minimum fuel level for each tank: 4 gallons. Maximum fuel level for each tank: 999 gallons. Resolution: Programmable to 1 or 1/2 Gallon (Fuel levels below 2 gallons will be displayed as "0").
External Warning Control Line: Grounds when any Red Warning LED is on or yellow LED blinking. Current should be limited to 1/10 amp.
Intensity Control: Independent control lines allow pilots to adjust the intensity of both the Green Indicator Lights and the LCD Backlight during instrument operations.