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From: Pete Logghe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Subject: Re: Fuel Flow Sensor
Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 11:37:42 -0600
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 11:30:57 CST
Is it possible that the automotive systems simply track the
injector on-time to calculate flow without a sensor?
Boris Nogoodnik wrote:
> "Norm P." wrote in message
> Something under $50 - simple plastic construction. The one on
> your web page is $200 for airplanes. All metal, FAA certified,
> so here's the price. Most sensors I've seen so far are for
> industrial applications and they have too high flow range -
> starting from 1 GPM (max) and up. With usual 1:10 range they
> will be too inaccurate for me. My most critical range will be
> from 2 to 5 GPH. There are some for lab, medical, food and
> other specialty applications with proper ranges, but they are
> also too expensive, because they have to meet whole bunch of
> other standards and certifications. There must be something
> specifically made for fuel flow measurement in car/boat
> industry. But I can't find any so far.
>>"Boris Nogoodnik" wrote in message
>>>I am looking for a cheap fuel flow sensor for a boat. Max
>>>about 10 GPH and accurate within 2% or so. Searched the
>>>but couldn't find anything sutable. Any suggestions?
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