PSD60-1AF Military AC Fuel Capacitance Test Set

PSD60-1AF Military AC Fuel Capacitance Test Set
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The PSD60-1AF is designed to calibrate and troubleshoot any AC capacitive fuel, oil or LOX quantity system.

This test set is utilized extensively by rotary and fixed-wing military aircraft operators around the world.

*The PSD60-1AF will:

  • Measure the capacitance of any AC capacitive fuel, oil or LOX quantity transmitter, or sets of transmitters connected in parallel
  • Simulate either one or two capacitors simultaneously to calibrate any AC capacitive liquid quantity gauging system
  • Measure the insulation resistance in megohms of capacitive liquid quantity transmitters (probes) and/or aircraft wiring

NSN: 6625-01-297-5305

*Aircraft-specific interface cables are required and must be purchased separately.  See interface list here.

Available through your GSA supplier

  • Solid-state circuits and LCD backlit display for low power consumption and high reliability
  • Battery-powered for complete portability and ease of maintenance
  • Lightweight aluminum case has hinged compartment in lid for test lead storage
  • Small size permits testing in restricted spaces
  • Push-button "extended range" switch permits readings up to 9,999 pf or 10,000 megohms - over-range indication on LCD
  • Tested and approved for use in any function with fuel in tanks; battery power eliminates need for voltage (safety) checks

 

Literature

Title Version/
Part#
Date Download
Avionics Quick Sheet

Issue 1
1205FL

11-28-2016
Military Test Solutions (NSN's)

Issue 2
1300BR

09-18-2015 Login to Download
Legacy Product Roadmap of Discontinued Avionics Products 05-06-2015 Login to Download

Data Sheets

Title Version/
Part#
Date Download
PSD60-1AF AC Capacitance Fuel Quantity Test Set

Issue 1
1070DS

02-05-2016

Manuals

Title Version/
Part#
Date Download
PSD60-1AF Fuel Quantity Systems Test Set - Operations Manual

Revision B0
E6-0605-0A (75344)

02-07-2014

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