Figure 2-77. - Thermostatic fuel gauge, self-regulating.
Figure 2-78. - Thermostatic fuel gauge, externally regulated.
Figure 2-79. - Thermostatic fuel gauge, differential type.
are contained in the gauge. One of these coils is connected directly to the battery, producing a constant magnetic field. The other coil produces a variable field, whose strength is determined by a rheostat-type tank unit. The coils are placed 90 degrees apart.
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