The 3271T Volumetric Fuel Sender provides very accurate measurement and output of either the remaining Fuel LEVEL or the remaining Fuel VOLUME to the NMEA2000 network.
It is accurate to ±2% and automatically provides a stilling action to dampen out fuel slosh in the tank to maximise accuracy when conditions are rough or the boat is travelling quickly.
The 3271T can be programmed with up to 100 volumetric points so that it offers the most accurate indication of the remaining VOLUME of fuel in the tank. This volume information can then be displayed on any NMEA2000® enabled display, wherever it is required.
It is robustly constructed in stainless steel with no moving parts to stick or fail in service. It is available to suit tank depths from 250mm to 2 metres.
The sender constantly monitors the fuel for any water contamination and warns if any is found to protect the engine from expensive damage.
It is certified to the NMEA2000® network standard and attaches to the network using a single “Micro” plug. It draws less than 50mA from the network.
- Output remaining Fuel Volume or Level
- High ±2% Accuracy
- Proven Reliability – Over 10,000 installed
- Up to 100 Volumetric Calibration Points
- Tank depths from 250mm to 2 metres
- Up to 16 Fuel senders on a single network
- Easy to Install
- Robust Stainless Steel Construction
- NMEA2000 Certified
- Single micro plug to NMEA2000
- No ultrasonic “dead band” at top of the tank
1 1/4″ BSP male thread.
Tek Tanks recommend that the sender is made shorter than the full depth of the tank. This will allow a reserve capacity to be retained when the gauge/display is showing empty.