Automated Fueling Device Controlled by Radio Remote Technology

Fueling control by radio remote technology

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Automated fuelling control systems are built by the high-end professionals and are used mostly in industrial pumping systems and in bulk transport. Automated Fuelling controls are generally controlled by radio remote control and are designed for tank safety equipment.

While using in the industrial sector it offers an ease of access to the operator. They are generally used for providing unauthorized hose end control. These radio remote fueling control systems offer a great deal of productivity. It also improves the conventional truck mounted manual controls in pumping system. The system is well approved by the industry professionals as well as the engineers to be used in large engineering plants and for gigantic machines.

As used in the petrochemical industry, this system can be considered as a great way to provide reliability and performance. They are mainly developed for fuel delivery truck applications which require automatic fuelling control. It also offers an ease of controls and is an ideal choice for the places where an environment of explosion proof, severe service is required.

With the advent of modern remote control technology, automated fuelling controls are designed with one to eight remote controlled buttons. The durability of the whole system is ensured as it is packed in a rugged and compact package.

The Following Specifications Can Be Noticed in An Automated Radio Remote Refueling Control Systems:

A compact polycarbonate receiver is needed for using this remote controlled refueling system. The compact polycarbonate enclosure is easily installable by using advanced prewired solenoids as well as the electronic harness provided with the system.

The transmitter of the remote control system used in the Automatic Remote Refueling system is very powerful and it can work within an operating frequency range 433.92 MHz. The transmitter mainly works in a 56 bit DES encrypted key transmission method.

An additional antenna can be coaxed up with this system and while using, the external antennal can provide an operating range up to 1000ft. The operating signal has the ability to penetrate brick, concrete, and even metal walls.

There is an external small LEARN button along with the system, that allows the process of easy transmission. The whole device is technically “married” with a unique 32 BIT ID code. This, in turn, ensures that the system will not work with any other transmitting signal.

The system is also compatible with a international inspector system, including a LED, which monitors the battery levels, signal compatibility, and any other issues in regard to the signal connection. It also detects the wiring faults by ensuring easy troubleshooting.

The only way to charge the receivers is to run the pumping operations. The device is included with a frequency hopping spread spectrum technology that enables the fuelling device to offer interference free control. During any signal breakage, the FHST device let the system turn in fail safe condition by closing all other tank valves avoiding any kind of power loss as well as truck movement.

With the development of modern radio remote control technology, today, it is possible to get the best Fueling control implemented with radio remote technology. These systems are mainly available for all types of trucks, tanks, LPG, and chassis mounted pumping system. Technical specifications may differ according to the requirement; however the main features and device compatibility would be same for all models.

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