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      Description

      This unit provides an easy way to interface and gauges to any fuel sender.  Scale and range any fuel level sender for any fuel gauge and include filtering to eliminate fuel sloshing effects on the gauge display.

      Specifications
      • Bypass switch.
      • DIP switch selection of various operating parameters.
      • LED status indication.
      • Relay output for low fuel level or any alarm condition.
      • Three-digit LED display.
      • Push button switch for various settings.
      • RS485 interface for detailed settings and customized functions.
      • Optional data output using RS485.
      • Trimpot adjustment for fine adjustments and settings.
      • The User can calibrate any resistance range between 0 and 350 Ω.
      • The gauge can be calibrated at every 12.5 % or 25 % of the tank reading, ensuring accurate readings even with odd shaped fuel tanks.
      • The Fuel Gauge Sensor Converter & Filter is compatible with nearly any short sweep fuel gauge and fuel sender combinations.
      • 500 mm wire connections for the basic unit and screw terminals for the “Pro” version.
      • 10 to 15 VDC operation.
      • Plastic molded enclosure, compact size-60 x 60 x 20 mm, with mounting holes.

      • Compatible preset fuel sender ranges (empty to full):
      1. 240 to 33 Ω (American standard aftermarket)
      2. 0 to 90 Ω (GM Type ’66 and later)
      3. 0 to 30 Ω (GM Type ’64 and earlier)
      4. 16 to 158 Ω (Ford Type ’87 and later)
      5. 73 to 10 Ω (Ford and Mopar type ’86 and earlier)
      6. 90 to 0 Ω (Toyota and Nissan ’85 and later)
      7. 40 to 250 Ω (late model GM)
      8. 10 to 180 Ω (VDO)
      9. 0 to 190 Ω
      10. 0 to 68 Ω (MGA)
      11. 0 to 80 Ω (Hotham Healey)
      12. 1.5 to 90 Ω (Chevrolet Camaro 1976)
      13. 10 to 180 Ω (Murphy Sender)
      14. 17 to 249 Ω (Middlebridge Scimitar)
      15. 74 to 9 Ω (Ultima GTR)
      16. 76 to 8 Ω (Westfield SE1W long range with VDO dip tube)
      17. 105 to 16 Ω (1941 Ford)
      18. 230 to 18 Ω (Thermal MGB/Midget 1965 and later)
      19. 240 to 33 Ω (Murphy Sender)
      20. 240 to 30 Ω (Murphy Sender)
        Applications
        • Scale and range any fuel level sender for any fuel gauge