Briggs & Stratton Maintenance Minder - Hour Meter PPI001

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Briggs & Stratton Authorized Substitution

The part number PPI001 has been changed to part number 5081K. While the new part may look different, this is a Briggs & Stratton approved substitution.

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Hour Meter

Stens 435705


BrandBriggs & Stratton
Old Part NumberPPI001
New Part Number5081K
  • Easy installation
  • Maintenance Minder is compatible with almost all kinds of small engines on lawn mowers, snowblowers, generators and more!

  • The 5 digit display shows the run time of the engine and is initially set to zero, 0.0
  • When the engine is started, the meter will record the run time in tenths of hours
  • If 6 minutes (1/10 hour) is run, 0.1 count will be displayed
  • The display will flash on and off for an hour when the recorded time is 25 hours or in the multiple of 25 hours, i.e.25, 50, 75, ect to indicate that maintenance is suggested for the engine
  • Press the RESET button with a pointed object to stop flashing at any time
  • When the count reaches 9999.9, it will automatically reset back to 0.0 for the next increment
  • The only limitation is the spark firing frequency must be greater than or equal to 10Hz. As most engines operate at 20 or 40 spark firings per second, compatibility is not a problem