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Maretron Fuel Flow Sensors

Maretron Fuel Flow Sensors
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Fuel Flow Sensor - 2-100 LPH
Features:

  • Flow Range: 2 LPH to 100 LPH (0.53 GPH to 26.4 GPH)
  • All M1AR fuel flow sensor accessories for the FFM100 are fitted with 1/4" NPT female threads
  • Nominal K Factor: 1000 pulses/L (3785.4 pulses/Gal)
  • Cable Length: 1m (3.28')
  • Strainer Size: 200 Mesh (If not already installed after fuel filter)
  • Port Size: 1/4" NPT Female
  • Maximum Viscosity: 1000 cPs
  • Maximum Operating Pressure: 68.95 Bar (1000 PSI)
  • Weight: 775g (1.71 lb)
  • Construction: Aluminum Housing Material
  • Rotors: PPS (Ryton)
  • Shafts: 316/304 Stainless Steel
  • Magnets: Samarium Cobalt
  • O-Ring: FKM (Viton™)

Fuel Flow Sensor - 25-500 LPH/6.6-132 GPH
Features:

  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to 80°C (-40°F to 176°F)
  • Storage Temperature: -65°C to 170°C (-85°F to 338°F)
  • Port Size: 1/4" NPT Female
  • Cable Length: 1M (3.28 ft)
  • Maximum Viscosity: 1000 cPs
  • Pressure: 68.95 Bar (1000 PSI)
  • Strainer Size: 200 Mesh (If not already installed after fuel filter)

Fuel Flow Sensor 8-10 LPM/2.1-18.5 GPM
When fluid passes through the sensor, the rotors turn. Magnets which are located in the rotors will pass across sensors in the sensor circuit board. Pulses from these sensors are transmitted to the FFM100 which performs flow rate calculations based on the received pulses.
Specifications:

  • Construction: Housing Material Aluminum
  • Port Size: 3/4" NPT Female
  • Maximum Viscosity: 1000 cPs
  • Strainer Size: 60 Mesh (If not already installed after fuel filter)

Fuel Flow Sensor 10-100 LPM/2.6-26.4 GPM
When fluid passes through the sensor, the rotors turn. Magnets which are located in the rotors will pass across sensors in the sensor circuit board. Pulses from these sensors are transmitted to the FFM100 which performs flow rate calculations based on the received pulses.
Specifications:

  • Construction: Housing Material Aluminum
  • Port Size: 1" NPT Female
  • Maximum Viscosity: 1000 cPs
  • Strainer Size: 60 Mesh (If not already installed after fuel filter)

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Maretron Fuel Flow Sensors M1AR Fuel Flow Sensor, 2-100 LPH
$369.29
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Maretron Fuel Flow Sensor - 25-500 LPH/6.6-132 GPH M2AR Fuel Flow Sensor, 25-500 LPH/6.6-132 GPH
$462.79
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Maretron Fuel Flow Sensor 8-10 LPM/2.1-18.5 GPM M8AR Fuel Flow Sensor, 8-10 LPM/ 2.1-18.5 GPM
$803.28
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Maretron Fuel Flow Sensor 10-100 LPM/2.6-26.4 GPM M16AR Fuel Flow Sensor, 10-100 LPM/2.6-26.4 GPM
$893.03
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