|Rochester oil temperature gauges have matte-white dial with black bezel. Mount in 2-1/16" dia. hole. New manufacture. Furnished with one 5/8-18UNF X 5/8-18UNF adapter nut. Available in the following temperature ranges and capillary lengths.|
I was replacing the same Oil Temp gauge as was previously mounted. (MY fault. I broke the temp probe while trying to remove the oil screen.) So, no problem installing. (As noted in another review - you have to make a hole in the firewall large enough to push the probe AND nut through, then plug it. You also need to put a collar around the gauge so it will fit in the larger, standard panel hole. But as I already had both, this was ZERO problem.. Checked the probe in boiling water prior to mounting. It showed just over 200F. Close enough. Works perfectly. Five out of five stars for the unit AND the service. Recommended.
OIL TEMP GAUGE 100-250 72" CAP
OIL TEMP GAUGE 100-250 60" CAP
Just what I wanted and worked perfict.
This is the mfr of the same gauge for Scott and a direct replacement for many original/older Cessnas. If you want internal markings send it out to an instrument shop. You can also place markings on the glass directly yourself. May requre a new adapter nut to insure no leaks since the flange on the bulb changed over the years.
Excellent product, performed as expected
I would give you 6 stars if there would be a very simple range mark kit included, I would not estimate over $1.00 cost.
Exactly as advertised, great price and quick delivery.
The first gauge I received didnt work properly. When the probe was immersed in 212 degree boiling water it would only indicate 198 degrees. However, customer service was absolutely courteous and expedient in getting a replacement gauge out to me. It passed the boiling water test and is now installed in the airplane.
This will work on a Continental engine as it has a 5/8-18" thread (you need to determine length). It is not TSO'd so you will have to confirm with your installer for certified aircraft.
No, this gauge is not FAA Approved.
These are not aircraft specific. The part number must be verified and confirm that it is a suitable replacement.
Yes, this is calibrated by the manufacturer.