The system works even in critical environments, ensuring efficient radio link even under ground. The system can be quickly and easily installed.
The use of a 169MHz radio system allows the elimination of cables for a cost effective installation as well as low maintenance costs.
The modular system allows features to be added with great deal of flexibility. Therefore, you may have one or more sensors installed inside the service station linked to a gateway.
The gateway collects information and sends them to the cloud / platform for record and analysis.
In addition to the wireless probes, the two companies propose an innovative product for level management to work with fuel transport trucks.
Trucks equipped with the same telematics system will be able to receive data to an onboard screen and read levels of the specific service station.
169MHZ MAGNETOSTRICTIVE LIQUID LEVEL GAUGES
FOR FILLING STATIONS AND FUEL DEPOTS.
Sub GHz SRD bands are ideal for license-free low speed data transmission application.
The SRD basic concept is to allow free use of certain frequency bands based on a reduced
probability to cause interference to other “Primary Services”. Limits are posed on max
radiated RF power, on transmission duty cycle with other sophisticated requirements to reduce the interference probability, like LBT (Listen Before Talk) and AFA (Adaptive
In Europe SRD are regulated by ETSI EN 300 220 and by CEPT ERC 70-03 Recommendation. Other Countries have similar standards such as the FCC Rules Part 15 and Part 90 in the United States.