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FloScan Twinscan Flowmeters

FloScan Twinscan Flowmeters

Description

The FlowScan Twinscan Flowmeters include microprocessor electronics for high performance features.

Features

  • GPH models available with 0-16, 0-24, 0-32, 0-50, and 0-100 GPH scales
  • Contain port and starboard meters which reference to each other
  • Reduce the panel space required by 50% leaving more room for other electronics
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Floscan TwinScan Instruments embody a new concept in twin engine analog instrumentation which sets the ultimate standard for easy readability in the least possible space. Each individual instrument contains port and starboard meters which reference to each other. TwinScan instruments reduce the panel space required by 50% leaving more room for other electronics. TwinScan Fuel Flowmeters and Tachometers are sold separately.

Features

  • GPH models available with 0-16, 0-24, 0-32, 0-50, and 0-100 GPH scales. Color styles include black dial/bezel, white dial/bezel, and white dial/chrome bezel. Requires 1 Momentary ON / Constant OFF toggle button switch for resetting fuel totalizer reading
  • Microprocessor electronics for high performance features like electronic dampening, linear dial scales, superior accuracy unaffected by ground voltage shifts
  • Magnetically shielded, precision, miniature air-core meter movement with state-of-the-art engineering features
  • Corrosion free stainless steel bezel and molded acetal cases which fit standard 3-3/8' diameter holes
  • Reverse polarity and load dump protection exceeding SAE J1810 standards
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FloScan Twinscan Flowmeters 3FB016U2 Twinscan flowmeter, up to 150HP, 0-16GPH
$540.63
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FloScan Twinscan Flowmeters 3FB012U1 Twinscan flowmeter, EFI/Carb outboard 150-225HP, 0-24GPH
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FloScan Twinscan Flowmeters 3FB012U2 Twinscan flowmeter, 150-225HP, 0-24GPH
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FloScan Twinscan Flowmeters 3FB013U2 Twinscan flowmeter, 226-350HP, 0-32GPH
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FloScan Twinscan Flowmeters 3FB013U1 Twinscan flowmeter, EFI/Carb outboard 226-350HP, 0-32GPH
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FloScan Twinscan Flowmeters 3FB015U1 Twinscan flowmeter, I/B, I/O, 351-550HP, 0-50GPH
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