The Aviation Consumer, Product of the Year. JPI’s FS-450 is top choice because it has all the options you need for fuel management.
Available for piston engines. TSO'd for accuracy the Fuel Scan-450 acts as your personal flight engineer: always there, working in the background, constantly monitoring you fuel consumption while you concentrate on flying the aircraft.
JPI’s piece of panel wizardry relegates fuel-situation questions to relics of the past. With a 3 1/8 inch display, its home between the top row of flight instruments and the top of avionics stack, the FS-450 blinked and winked the numbers to answer all my fuel-situation questions.
Connected to Honeywell Skymap IIIC, the FS-450 happily winked and blinked its way through its information inventory.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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No, the FS 450 series cannot be used as a primary fuel flow replacement. You will have to keep your original equipment.
Yes, the twin model comes with two transducers.
Per JPI, the FS-450M comes with the words Left and Right printed on it and it cannot be changed.
Per JPI - The Indicator and harness can be ordered with or without transducer. Please contact Aircraft Spruce avionics sales for price quote and lead time.
This includes the unit, wiring and necessary transducers.