Shadin enhances fuel flow transducer

Shadin Avionics has revealed a minor TSO design change to its fuel flow transducer, enabling increased temperature range and performance.

The new transducer configuration is rated for 100° C, increased from 70° C, enabling continued functionality and accuracy when installed in close proximity to exhaust manifolds, combustors and other hot engine surfaces, according to company officials.

The new design is also now suitable for particularly hot operational environments such as rotorcraft turbine engines in hot climates.

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  1. Hot weather operation is absolutely depends on this component. It will help pilots to avoid from engine fire.

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