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I just checked my boat pictures and found the standard Jeanneau meter; managed to zoom in on the picture and find that it is manufactured by GWF.
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Thanks Zanshin!
Does it look like this?

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Not quite, it doesn't have an metal fittings, just plastic and has a digital lead glued to the front panel to drive the digital display on the breaker panel. But display panel looks the same. If you PM me your e-mail address I can send you the picture of the valve as it is in-situ.
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Success! Daniel L. Jerman Co... They actually have a model that is a totalizer (no reset) with a digital LCD resettable display for batch info away from the unit. And, it is 1/2" female threads, nickel plated bronze.

http://www.jerman.com/dljsjmeters.html

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Good research job there! If I can't get my digital output working I might opt for one of those as well. Thanks for posting your findings.
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