Aerospace Logic Fuel & Manifold Pressure Instrument 2-1/4

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Part# 10-04453
MFR Model# FM200K


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The FM200 is an advanced, next generation fuel and manifold pressure combinational instrument.

Fuel pressure functionality is TSO'd and meets the pressure accuracy requirements of SAE AS408C. Manifold pressure functionality is TSO'd and meets the pressure accuracy requirements of SAE AS8042.

Instruments with a part numbers with a suffix V include an additional display screen with a full function voltmeter.

Functional displays include:

  • Real-Time analog data depiction and digital value display
  • Graphical trend display of fuel and manifold pressure data
  • Include both sensors
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Q: Is this instrument approved for certified aircraft direct replacement?

Yes, the FM200K is TSO'd and has a STC for many aircraft.

Q: Does P/N 10-04453 include STC paperwork? But does it include a copy of the actual STC paperwork? THANKS

The STC documents are available on the manufacturer's website.

Q: Please include the instrument dimensions in the description. Is this a 3-1/8 inch instrument?

2-1/4" instrument.