7200-20B-1

Floscan 7200 Fuel Meter

Floscan 7200 Fuel Meter

Description

The FloScan 7200 Fuel Meter combines a digital LCD Engine Hour Meter, Tachometer, Fuel Flowmeter, and Fuel Totalizer in a single 3-3/8" diameter instrument which fits the panel space of a standard tach.

Features

  • Fuel Type: Gas Engine
  • 20B Max Fuel Sensor
  • 350 Horse Power
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$785.00
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This is a popular option is to replace the existing tach(s) with this system thus eliminating the need to cut new holes in the panel.

Features:

  • Qty: Single Engine
  • Type: Inboard, Outboard, Inboard/Outboard 



Microprocessor based electronics with 2-stage adjustable calibration of GPH & gallons used for superior accuracy. Simultaneous independent display of Engine Hour Time, RPM, GPH, and gallons consumed.RPM readout accurate to 10 RPM. Easily connects to existing tach signal wires.GPH and Totalizer readings displayed in tenths of a gallon. Totalizer capacity up to 99,999 gallonsDual color (amber/green) backlighting of LCD provides for easy night viewing.Requires 1 Momentary ON/Constant OFF toggle button switch for resetting fuel totalizer reading. Meter fits 3-3/8" panel opening (standard tach size). Can replace existing tachs in panel.

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Floscan 7200 Fuel Meter 7200-20B-1 7200 Fuel Meter, I/B, I/O, And O/B, 350 HP Max, White
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