Floscan Multifunction Fuel Meter with Fuel Sensor, Gas Single (I/B) 551+HP 7000-33C-1
Our Series 7000 Multifunction Meter combines a digital
LCD Engine Hour Meter, Tachometer, Fuel Flowmeter, and Fuel Totalizer in a
single 3-3/8" diameter instrument which fits the panel space of a standard tach.
A popular option is to replace the existing tach(s) with this system thus
eliminating the need to cut new holes in the panel.
Gas Model Features
Fits most gas engines rated from 25 hp to 2000 hp. Twin gas
Microprocessor based electronics with 2-stage adjustable
calibration of GPH & gallons used for superior accuracy.
Simultaneous independent display of Engine Hour Time, RPM,
GPH, and gallons consumed.
RPM readout accurate to 10 RPM. Easily connects to existing
tach signal wires.
GPH and Totalizer readings displayed in tenths of a gallon.
Totalizer capacity up to 99,999 gallons.
Dual color (amber/green) backlighting of LCD provides for
easy night viewing.
Meter fits 3-3/8" panel opening (standard tach size). Can
replace existing tachs in panel.
Models available in black or white (bezel/dial face).
Uses Model 20A, 2OB, 231, and 233 Series flow sensors
designed for gas engines.
Fits all carbureted inboard and stern
drive engines up to 350 hp.
Fits all EFI inboard and stern drive engines
(including Mercruiser and Volvo) with closed loop fuel return systems.
Fits all Mercury Optimax, Evinrude Ficht,
Yamaha HPDI, and Honda 4-stroke engines.
Fits all 2-stroke EFI outboard engines.
Important note for the following outboard engine owners:
- Evinrude E-Tec 2-cycle
- Mercury Verado 4-cycle
- Suzuki 4-cycle
- Yamaha 4-cycle
Please confirm whether your outboard
engine listed above has one or two fuel pumps (low and high pressure pump).
Earlier versions of these engines typically have a single fuel pump where a
FloScan system can be used.
Newer model engines with two fuel pumps
(low and high pressure) may cause the FloScan instrument's GPH or LPH
readings to fluctuate between 0 GPH/LPH and approximately 25-50 GPH or
95-190 LPH depending on the lift pump and engine size. This is due to the
engine's lift, or low pressure pump, cycling on and off while filling the
vapor separation module. Though the GPH/LPH readings may not be usable
under this condition, the FloScan instrument will accurately record total
fuel consumption as displayed in the totalizer window.