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Sensore Gauge FrSky FGS-01 telemetria Fuel

Sensore Gauge FrSky FGS-01 telemetria Fuel

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Peso:
15 g
SKU:
FGS-01
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FrSky FGS-01 telemetria Fuel Gauge sensore (per l'utilizzo con FrSky Telemetria sensore Hub)

Livelli di misurazione: vuoti, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, completa
Lunghezza del film sensore: 62 millimetri
Installazione: utilizzare del nastro biadesivo per attaccare sia circuito e del cinema sensore saldamente al di fuori del serbatoio del carburante.


Come sostituire la pellicola sensore:

Sollevare la linguetta di bloccaggio su entrambi i lati della porta, inserire il film sensore e premere la linguetta di bloccaggio in posizione per fissare la pellicola sensore nel circuito. Verificare l'orientamento sia corretto.


Nota: Il serbatoio del carburante deve essere vuoto all'inizio di questo procedimento per il sensore di leggere con precisione il livello del carburante.

  • SKU FGS-01
  • Brand -
  • Capacità ( mAh ) -
  • Peso (g) 15.00
  • Lunghezza 0.00
  • Larghezza 0.00
  • Altezza 0.00
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semsor de combustvel.

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semsor de combustvel.

using it with a sensory hub, good stuff, shows full half quarter and empty, land back or atleast initiate action to land by quarter tank

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using it with a sensory hub, good stuff, shows full half quarter and empty, land back or atleast initiate action to land by quarter tank

I have to admit I only bought it because it was the only hub sensor that I did not have ( I dont fly gas modells at all) . Looks like it works by photo exposition as I was able to make it change only hiding or showing part of the sensor strip , so this sensor does NOT go inside the tank in contact with the fuel , but I think you must stick it outside of a transparent fuel tank .

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I have to admit I only bought it because it was the only hub sensor that I did not have ( I dont fly gas modells at all) . Looks like it works by photo exposition as I was able to make it change only hiding or showing part of the sensor strip , so this sensor does NOT go inside the tank in contact with the fuel , but I think you must stick it outside of a transparent fuel tank .

Works well with fingers but not on my fuel tank (gasoline filled) didnt try other liquids yet. frsky website says it's not working with gasoline, but i dont understand why!? i cant use it now.

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Works well with fingers but not on my fuel tank (gasoline filled) didnt try other liquids yet. frsky website says it's not working with gasoline, but i dont understand why!? i cant use it now.

This unit seems to be working just as it should. Fuel leve is read trough capacitive changes caused by proxsimity of fuel but also metal things, fingers,... so that is a factor.

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This unit seems to be working just as it should. Fuel leve is read trough capacitive changes caused by proxsimity of fuel but also metal things, fingers,... so that is a factor.

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