95/96000 GPS Interface

SERIES 95/96000 GPS Interface

At a Glance

Our GPS Interface System  combines a digital LCD Engine Hour Meter, Tachometer, Fuel Flow LPH, Fuel Economy L/NM and Fuel Totalizer in a single 86mm diameter instrument which fits the panel space of a standard tachometer. Perfect for determining the most efficient engine speed, the speed signal required to calculate the l/nm reading is obtained from GPS and Loran systems having a NMEA 0183 serial port output. Models are available for virtually all diesel engines from 25 hp to 6000 hp.
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95/96000 Features

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 Model Features
  • Fits most diesel engines rated from 25 hp to 6000 hp. Twin diesels need two separate FloScan systems.
  • Microprocessor based electronics with 2- stage adjustable calibration of LPH & litres used for superior accuracy.
  •  Simultaneous independent display of engine hour time, RPM, LPH, and litres consumed.
  • RPM readout accurate to 1 RPM. Easily connects to existing magnetic, a/c signal generator, or even engine alternator RPM pick- ups.
  • Dual colour (amber/green) backlighting of LCD provides easy night viewing.
  • LPH and totalizer readings displayed in whole litre increments. Totalizer capacity up to 99,999 litres.
  • Requires 1 Momentary ON / Constant OFF toggle button switch for resetting fuel totalizer reading.
  • Requires 1 SPST toggle switch for accessing l/nm reading.
  • Meter fits 86mm panel opening (standard tach size). It can replace existing tachs in panel.
  • Models available in black or white (bezel/dial face).
  • Uses model 201/231 Series K Diesel Standard Flow Sensors which are designed for feed and return flows in the range of 1- 180 LPH. Standard flow sensors which incorporate ¼ NPT female inlet and outlet ports with 1 PSI or less pressure drop at rated flows.
  •  Model 233/236 Series K Diesel High Flow Sensors are used which are designed for feed and return flows in the range of 110- 1550 LPH. High Flow Sensors incorporate 1" NPT female inlet and outlet ports with 1 PSI or less pressure drop at rated flows.
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