Jim Gonzenbach in his modified Six Chuter SR! powered parachute in Greenville, IL.

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Calibrating the Skysports Fuel Level Probe for the Engine Information System for a 10 or 12 Gallon Tank


																					
																					
																					
																					
																					
																					
																					
																					
																					
																					
																											
																											
																											
																											
																											
																											
																											
  1. Start with the FUELSF set to 100, and FUELOFF set to zero. (The FUELSF and FUELOFF are set on the configuration set pages. These pages are accessed by pressing and holding the center and right buttons on the EIS for 3 seconds, and then using the right button to scroll down to these entries.)
  2. Drain the fuel out of the tank until it is below the end of the fuel level probe.
  3. Adjust the small screw labeled "EMPTY" on the fuel level probe until the FUEL level display on the EIS shows between 10 and 15 (ideally,m it should read 12).
  4. Fill the fuel tank.
  5. Adjust the small screw laveled "FULL" on the fuel level probe until the FUEL level display on the EIS reads between 175 and 185 (ideally, it should read 180).
  6. For a 10 gallon tank, set the FUELSF to 6, Set FUELOFF to 1.
  7. For a 12 gallon tank, set the FUELSF to 7, Set FUELOFF to 1.
  8. A lower limit can be set to warn you when your fuel level goes below the limit you have set. To set the limit, set the FUEL entry on the Set Limits Page (the pages accessed by pressing the LEFT and CENTER buttons on the EIS). When your fuel level goes below this setting, you will get an alarm.