Strange-looking gauge

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  1. Kim Hollingshead

    Kim Hollingshead

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    Can anyone tell me what this gauge is for. It is clearly non-standard. Might it be a LPG level indicator for the LPG tank that serves the cooker and heating system? If not, any other ideas?
     

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    Armytwowheels Funster Life Member

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    No idea, but welcome to the forum anyway. I am sure someone will be along in a minute who will know what it is.
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    No idea but symbols remind me of air-conditioning
     
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    Hi and welcome to FUN, hopefully someone will be along soon to answer your question. :)
     
  5. mike mcglynn

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    I think its a Gas Measurement System :)
     
  6. Enword

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    Check Auto Gas 2000 site
     
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    The gauge certainly could be for a fixed bulk lpg tank ..

    Try filling the tank and see if the reading changes or trace the wiring from the from the gauge.
     
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    the bottom triangle is a warning that something is not running , the 4 symbols with brackets after them would indicate 4 stages of a motor or a pump running , it looks like part of your heating system to me
     
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  10. Kim Hollingshead

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    Thanks to everyone for your ideas. Enword got it - it IS the gauge for the LPG. It's a relief to know. No doubt I'll be back with another tom-fool question!
     
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    Hi Kim, there are no daft questions only answers (y)
     
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    Usually wired to only work with ignition on.
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    It's a device for the remote measuring of the hight of sunflowers. :)

    And a big welcome to this helpful forum. :D
     
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  15. Kim Hollingshead

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    Thanks again to everybody - I am now fully reassured! Also looking forward to measuring my first sunflower!!
     
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