July 16, 1985 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

Flight Systems Introduces Model 995 Diesel Monitor

Flight Systems, a manufacturer of electronic engine protection systems, has introduced the Model 995 Diesel Monitor—the "Demon." The Demon is a rugged, reliable and cost-effective method of protecting a diesel from destructive and expensive engine failure, utilizing advanced solid-state circuitry to react to potential problems before they occur—without false alarms or shutdowns.

Designed primarily for 4, 6, and 8-cylinder applications, the Demon monitors (1) idle range oil pressure; (2) power range oil pressure; (3) power range coolant pressure; (4) RPM; (5) two independent temperature channels; and (6) an undedicated auxiliary channel for a wide variety of customer selectable options. Additional features include "Black Off" pre-overspeed warning, 12V/24V operation, built-in fault indicators that remain lit after trip to aid problem diagnosis, provisions for remote indication, switch-programmable alarm/shutdown options and "cast-case" construction with internal electrical connections for harsh environment and marine applications.

The Demon can accept RPM input from magnetic pickups, tach generators or alternator outputs.

For more information on the "Demon" diesel monitor from Flight Systems, Circle 30 on Reader Service Card

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