Maintenance Panels

Aircraft Fuel Gauge
The fuel gauging system consists of seven active fuel probes located in each of the aircraft wing fuel tanks and a dual channel microprocessor-based signal conditioner. The signal conditioner processes the probe signals and computes the fuel quantity. A collector tank probe is typically used as a reference or compensator probe to account for changes in fuel density. Displayed, filtered, and unfiltered fuel weights are calculated and transmitted as ARINC 429 Outputs. Faults detected during built-in testing are recorded and transmitted.

Features and Benefits:
  • Accurate measurement
  • ARINC 429 data output
  • Monitoring system status
  • Built-in test capabilities (BIT)
  • Leading Technology
  • Scalable solution
  • SFAR-88 Compliant