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With 50 years of experience in remanufacturing and legacy manufacturing products, Flight Systems Industrial Products provides electronic products used on electric- and gas-powered vehicles and equipment. As an ISO 9001:2015 certified supplier, partnering with FSIP ensures superior and reliable products, variety, and cost savings. Partnerships with leading electronic and vehicle manufacturers allow FSIP to deliver products that will assist in the growth of your company and bring you a competitive advantage. Subscribe to our blog to stay up-to-date with our news and technical articles!

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Remanufactured Products

  • One-year warranty included
  • Over 9,000 part numbers
  • Upgraded to the latest OEM specifications
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New Products

  • Manufacturer of General Electric vehicle controls & parts
  • Distributor for Curtis Instruments
  • Distributor of new S.P.E. battery chargers
  • Specializing in “small run” manufacturing
  • Providing legacy manufacturing to vehicle and electronic OEs

Manufacturing Services

  • Box Build Assembly
  • Coil/Bobbin Winding
  • Cable Assemblies & Wire Harnesses
  • Metal Machining
  • Epoxy Encapsulation (“Potting”) & More

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  1. My experience with FSIP is ‘Customer Satisfied’. Their Online tech support help and their one-on-one sales representation is outstanding. In all categories FSIP representatives and support people have gone far and beyond the level of customer assistance for me. Their willingness to help with a project is not a result of my demands; rather it is a result of what seems to me, to be the FSIP philosophy and business model. From product reliability to extensive tech support on to expedited sales and shipping, the people at FSIP rate as First Rate. I give them a full (5) Five Star rating, only because ten is not available for this review.
    From the Back Roads, Ron Dooley.


  2. Hi getting code 46 on GE L X 200 box also intermittly 48, 03,04,08. done all the book says voltage at T2 lower than 85% battery volts so should not be coding. it starts jerking and shuts down when codes. accelerator box my next choice has a click about half way(throttle) any help welcome.

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    1. Hi Capt. Jeff, thanks for visiting our blog!

      As the error codes you are seeing are a few different issues, the first thing that I would do is go over each connection to ensure it is securely fastened. Pay particular attention to the Z plug of the EV100 control card, the card uses pin Z2 for battery negative connection and Z7 for battery positive connection. If either of these pins are loose in their socket or not making good contact it could explain a finding like what you are seeing.

      If you are still having this issue and everything seems to be properly connected follow the troubleshooting steps for codes -46 and -48 in the EV100LX/EV200LX service manual available here: http://www.fsip.biz/GEManualsDownload.html

      You can also give us a call at 1-800-333-1194 and ask for tech support. Have a great day!


  3. GE
    The display flashed a code 42 two times while test driving (15 min) for jerky travel.
    Truck will not plug, will creep but doesn’t have a long SCR range before 1A kicks in. If the pedal is mashed it will begin to move, momentarily lurch (1A) then continue to travel.
    Any ideas? A card maybe?

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    1. Hi Johnny, thanks for contacting us!

      The -42 code points to an issue with the current sense or wiring. No plugging could be Rec 4 or the current sense issue, so they could be related. Short SCR range could be controlled acceleration set too low. I am questioning if it actually pulls 1A in or if it is a one-time shoot through with main scr latching for an instant. Since it continues to travel it means it is not a constant PMT issue. Does it continue to run in 1A or SCR speed?

      Feel free to call into FSIP “Tech Service” to speak directly to a technician. Our number is 1-800-333-1194, and you can ask for Bob or Stan who will be happy to help you out. You can also visit our website and use the tech support live chat to contact us.


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