Accurate, Stable Fuel Flow with a resolution of .1 GPH. Flow can be easily set to disply in British Gallons, Lbs,
Liters, or Gallons.
Horsepower is based on fuel flow, and is accurate up to the leaning process (add an FM-T to the Auxiliary Channel for
accuracy througout all operations). This function can be set to read in percentage or raw Horsepower.
The FP-5 and FP-5L calculate the fuel remaining in your tanks with
a .1 Gallon resolution. Two programmable "Default Full Fuel" levels allow you to quickly reset the instrument
to "Full" every time you fill your tanks. Alarms will alert you when you've reached programmed limits for
Fuel Used during the current flight, as well as fuel used since your fill up is kept track of to the tenth of a gallon.
Time to Empty
Time to Empty is based on Fuel Remaining and the current Fuel Flow. An alarm will alert you when you've reached a
Miles Per Gallon
Accurately keeps track of your gas mileage. This function can be displayed in Statute or Nautical Miles per Gallon.
The Auxiliary Channel offers a whole other instrument option by displaying one of several different functions available.
Programmable upper and lower limits mean the instrument will alert you when the monitored Auxiliary function exceeds a
programmed limit. The options include EGT, CHT, TIT, OAT, Carb Temp, Oil Temp, Manifold Pressure, RPM, Volts, Amps, Gyro
Vacuum, Fuel Pressure or Oil Pressure. See the Function Modules section for more
Recurring Fuel Used Alarm
The Recurring Fuel Used Alarm can be set for any whole number of gallons used, alerting you to change tanks at a
programmable interval of gallons used. This is an excellent tool for fuel tank management.
Independent control lines allow pilots to adjust the intensity
of both the Green Indicator Lights and the LCD Backlight during instrument operations.
Red Low Fuel Warning LED
This LED will blink any time the programmed First or Second Low Fuel Limit, Time to Empty Limit or Reocurring Alarm is
reached. When displayed, the red LED is always at full intensity and will flash during instrument power-up.