FloScan 7000 Fuel Meters

FloScan 7000 Fuel Meters


The FloScan 7000 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.


  • Easily Connects To Existing Tach Signal Wires
  • GPH And Totalizer Readings Displayed In Tenths Of A Gallon
  • Totalizer Capacity Up To 99,999 Gallons
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A popular option is to replace the existing tach(s) with this system thus eliminating the need to cut new holes in the panel.


  • Fits most gas engines rated from 25 hp to 2000 hp
  • Twin gas models available
  • 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
  • Dual 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
  • Twin gas models also incorporate an Engine Synchronizer Indicator and Port/Stbd GPH selection
  • 2 additional SPST toggle switches are required for accessing these features
  • Meter fits 3-3/8" panel opening (standard tach size)
  • Can replace existing tachs in panel
  • Models available in black or white (bezel/dial face)
  • Uses Model 20A, 2OB, 231, and 233 Series flow sensors designed for gas engines


  • Fits all carbureted inboard and stern drive engines up to 350 hp
  • Fits all EFI inboard and stern drive engines (including Mercruiser and Volvo) with closed loop fuel return systems
  • Fits all Mercury Optimax, Evinrude Ficht, Yamaha HPDI, and Honda 4-stroke engines
  • Fits all 2-stroke EFI outboard engines
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FloScan 7000 Fuel Meters 7000-231-11 7000 Fuel Meter, I/B, I/O, 351-550HP
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FloScan 7000-231-21 Fuel Meter - I/B, I/O - 351-550HP 7000-231-21 7000 Fuel Meter, I/B, I/O, 351-550Hp, 2 Meter
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FloScan Fuel Meter - I/B, I/O - 551+ HP 7000-33C-1 7000 Fuel Meter, I/B, I/O, 551+ HP
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FloScan 7000-33C-2 Fuel Meter - I/B, I/O - 551+ HP 7000-33C-2 7000 Fuel Meter, I/B, I/O, 551+ HP, 2 Meter
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