Fuel Level Sensor

Whether it is at times when fuel prices are on a record high or record low the task is fuel monitoring it is important to manage your resources. Fuel monitoring systems are developing, and GPS vehicle tracking systems too and now appeared to the synthesis of both systems.

Application of the techniques of fuel monitoring allows fuel monitoring systems to receive the information remotely and in relation to the coordinates and time.

Application of the techniques of fuel monitoring allows SekurTrack to dramatically increase the functionality, providing the user with information not only about the location and speed of the vehicle, but to answer a wide range of issues relating to fuel monitoring: Fuel tank fueling control.

Fueling control gives the user of SekurTrack vehicles tracking system to monitor where, when and how much fuel was filled into the tank; it avoids the manipulation of fuel and, consequently, reduces the operating costs of transportation.

Information on raising or lowering the level of fuel comes from SekurTrack fuel level sensor, and the vehicles tracking system with the help of GPS it determines the location and time. The volume of fueling is determined using the calibration table that is within the SekurTrack terminal, it should be noted that the algorithms for identifying of refills and determining their volume are quite complicated.

Fuel Tank Draining Control.

Fuel tank draining control is carried out similarly to fueling control. SekurTrack terminal receives data about changes of fuel level in the tank from the fuel level sensor. Users of SekurTrack know about the unauthorized fuel draining almost immediately. Driver quality control.

Monitoring The Technical State Of The Machines.

With fuel monitoring you can detect violations, such as reduction of burying of plow on a tractor or decreasing of duration of heating burners. Fuel tracking provides exact information about real fuel consumption and prevents fuel draining, fuel fraud and fuel over consumption.

Knowing the information about the current fuel consumption, the driver can select the most economical way of working. The increase in fuel consumption may be a sign of engine wear.

Time Control Of The Engine.

Typically, GPS vehicle tracking systems determine motion time of a vehicle. However, considerable amount of machines, especially special machines, works without movement. In this SekurTrack may determine the engine by connecting to the sensor of engine speed. However, it is easier to use a fuel level and number of running hours.

SekurTrack also receives information about fuel consumption due to the number of hours the engine is running, because only a running engine consumes fuel. Moreover, the magnitude of fuel consumption can also be judged on the regime of load on the engine. Knowing the fuel consumption at idle, average and maximum fuel consumption, SekurTrack can accurately calculate the time of the engine in a particular mode.

IoT, M2M, SIM, OBDII, J1850 PWM, J1850 VPWM, ISO 9141-2, CAN, Keyword 2000, and J170S, OBD-II systems monitor the vehicle's electrical, mechanical, and emissions systems and generate data that are processed by a vehicle's engine control unit (ECU) to detect malfunctions or deterioration in the vehicle's performance. The data typically include parameters such as vehicle speed (VSS), engine speed (RPM), engine load (LOAD), and mass air flow (MAF).