000-11517-001

Lowrance Fuel Flow Sensor with 10' Cable & T-Connector

Lowrance Fuel Flow Sensor with 10' Cable & T-Connector

Description

Fuel flow sensor for gasoline engine fuel systems.

Features

  • Optimized for 0.6-45 gallons per hour
  • 3/8" inside diameter
  • Gasoline only
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$199.95
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$193.91
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Details

Fuel Flow Sensor Gasoline only. One required per engine. Up to 3 engines supported.

Outputs:

  • Fuel Flow
  • Tank Fuel Used
  • Trip Fuel Used
  • Seasonal Fuel Used



Cable Length: 10'
Fuel Line Diameter: 3 /8" (9.5mm) Inside Diameter
Flow Rate Measured: Optimized for 0.6-45 Gal/hr but can measure outside these values
Added Back Pressure to the fuel system: 0.5 PSI at 20 Gal/hr; 1 PSI at 40 Gal/hr
Installation Location: Above the max level of the fuel tank, in-line after the fuel filter and any Y's or T's in the line
Package: The Fuel Flow Sensor, N2K T and 2 (two) 1" hose clamps
Fuel Type: Gasoline only. The Fuel Flow Sensor does not operate diesel engine fuel systems
Hole required to route through a bulkhead: 22mm (7/8")
Multiple Fule Flow sensors possible: Yes

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Lowrance Fuel Flow Sensor with 10' Cable & T-Connector 000-11517-001 Fuel flow sensor with 10' cable and T-connector
$193.91
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