Parker Fluid Control Division”s Marine Selector Valve is designed for electric remote tank selection in applications with multiple diesel and/or gasoline fuel tanks. The valve permits continuous engine function during tank switching from the safety and convenience of the boat’s control panel. The two-way, normally closed valve, rated for fuel-safety shutoff, features integral solenoids and a manual override in a one-piece construction. Applications for this valve include marine engines, generator sets, and cross-over piping arrangements, as well as fuel balancing. The valve is manufactured with six ports for fuel return in diesel tanks and three ports for gasoline and comes with a two-year warranty. Available in aluminum, the valve has a flow capacity of 180 GPH. Electrical specifications include a molded coil enclosure with yoke, 18 inches lead connections and 12 or 24 VDC voltage. In addition, the valve can operate with a maximum ambient temperature of 77 C or 170 F and a maximum media temperature of 71 C or 160 F. It can also withstand a maximum operating pressure differential of three PSI when used with a 10 watt class F coil.