Introduced by ELDEC France in 1996, ELDEC Fuel Level Systems incorporate proven
technology to continuously measure the amount of fuel in aircraft fuel tanks.
The systems provide an indication of each tank’s fuel quantity and give warnings
when critical fuel levels are reached. Designed to withstand tough aerospace
environments, the systems are particularly suitable for composite aircraft in
which the EMC environment is more severe.
A typical system consists of:
- several fuel probes in each tank
- fuel indicators fitted to the refueling panel
- a total fuel indicator inside the cockpit
- an electronics unit with built-in test capabilities