14 CFR 25.1305 - Powerplant instruments.
The following are required powerplant instruments:
(a)For all airplanes.
(1) A fuel pressure warning means for each engine, or a master warning means for all engines with provision for isolating the individual warning means from the master warning means.
(2) A fuel quantity indicator for each fuel tank.
(3) An oil quantity indicator for each oil tank.
(4) An oil pressure indicator for each independent pressure oil system of each engine.
(5) An oil pressure warning means for each engine, or a master warning means for all engines with provision for isolating the individual warning means from the master warning means.
(6) An oil temperature indicator for each engine.
(7) Fire-warning devices that provide visual and audible warning.
(8) An augmentation liquid quantity indicator (appropriate for the manner in which the liquid is to be used in operation) for each tank.
(1) A carburetor air temperature indicator for each engine.
(2) A cylinder head temperature indicator for each air-cooled engine.
(3) A manifold pressure indicator for each engine.
(4) A fuel pressure indicator (to indicate the pressure at which the fuel is supplied) for each engine.
(5) A fuel flowmeter, or fuel mixture indicator, for each engine without an automatic altitude mixture control.
(6) A tachometer for each engine.
(7) A device that indicates, to the flight crew (during flight), any change in the power output, for each engine with -
(i) An automatic propeller feathering system, whose operation is initiated by a power output measuring system; or
(ii) A total engine piston displacement of 2,000 cubic inches or more.
(1) A gas temperature indicator for each engine.
(2) A fuel flowmeter indicator for each engine.
(3) A tachometer (to indicate the speed of the rotors with established limiting speeds) for each engine.
(4) A means to indicate, to the flight crew, the operation of each engine starter that can be operated continuously but that is neither designed for continuous operation nor designed to prevent hazard if it failed.
(5) An indicator to indicate the functioning of the powerplant ice protection system for each engine.
(6) An indicator for the fuel strainer or filter required by § 25.997 to indicate the occurrence of contamination of the strainer or filter before it reaches the capacity established in accordance with § 25.997(d).
(7) A warning means for the oil strainer or filter required by § 25.1019, if it has no bypass, to warn the pilot of the occurrence of contamination of the strainer or filter screen before it reaches the capacity established in accordance with § 25.1019(a)(2).
(8) An indicator to indicate the proper functioning of any heater used to prevent ice clogging of fuel system components.
(1) An indicator to indicate thrust, or a parameter that is directly related to thrust, to the pilot. The indication must be based on the direct measurement of thrust or of parameters that are directly related to thrust. The indicator must indicate a change in thrust resulting from any engine malfunction, damage, or deterioration.
(2) A position indicating means to indicate to the flightcrew when the thrust reversing device -
(i) Is not in the selected position, and
(ii) Is in the reverse thrust position, for each engine using a thrust reversing device.
(3) An indicator to indicate rotor system unbalance.
(1) A torque indicator for each engine.
(f) For airplanes equipped with fluid systems (other than fuel) for thrust or power augmentation, an approved means must be provided to indicate the proper functioning of that system to the flight crew.
Title 14 published on 2015-11-17.
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