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WE'RE TRUSTED BY QUALITY
Our solutions include IoT capability for mobile and cloud-based components and interfaces. With 100,000 units in the field and over 500,000 hours of trouble-free operation, we are trusted by quality aircraft manufacturers.
CiES exceeds 90,000 hrs. mean time to failure (MTTF) making our fuel quantity one of the most reliable aviation systems in existence.
The reliability of the fuel level system has improved so significantly it isn't even charted anymore. – Cirrus Aircraft
The initial STC allows the CiES fuel sender to replace the existing fuel quantity senders in:
- Britten Norman BN2
- Beech 33, 35, 36, 55, 58, T34
- Cessna 150, 170, 172, 177, 177RG, 180, 182, 185, 190, 195, 206, 207, 210, 300, 400, TTx
- Cirrus SR20 SR22
- Fairchild 24
- Gippsland/Mahindra GA8
- Piper PA 23, PA 24, PA 28, PA 30, PA 31, PA 32, PA 39, PA 44, PA46
- SAAB Safari MFI-17, MFI-15, MFI-9 Garmin & Dynon interface
(Part # CC2840223325-501)
- Vulcanair P68
CiES CC-Series fuel senders are TSO certified to C55A and associated SAE AS405C.
They have met all the DO-160(F) and DO-254 DAL (Design Assurance Level) Level D requirements for the TSO.
CiES Fuel Senders
Specified CiES Fuel Level Senders and Fuel Control Switch on the Primus 150 or AG300 aircraft.
The reliability of the fuel level system has improved so significantly it isn't even charted anymore [for CiES Fuel Level Senders].
Specified CiES Fuel Level Senders for the GA10.
Specified CiES Fuel Level Senders on the Kodiak.
Specified CiES Fuel Level Senders for the P2006T, P2010 Twenty-Ten and P2012 Traveller.
Outfits all of their aircraft with CiES Fuel Level Senders.