Fuel level sensor with GSM and GPS
DUT-E GSM is a 2-in-1 device – fuel level sensor and GPS tracker in one body. It allows fuel level measurement and GPS position tracking of trucks and other road or off-road vehicles. The sensor is also used for fuel monitoring of diesel generators and stationary cisterns/tanks. Fuel tank monitoring based on DUT-E GSM is deployed quicker than regular telematics system – just one device is installed. Configuration of DUT-E GSM fuel sensor is possible via the Internet.
Data on fuel level, fuel volume, GPS coordinates and other operational parameters of machinery are sent to online telematics server or straight to a user (e-mail, SMS) over GSM network .
DUT-E GSM automatically detects and alerts fleet manager on fuel tank fill-up and fuel draining volumes. Since DUT-E GSM is an online fuel level sensor – it is a good solution for fuel-related IoT projects like smart building, smart factory, etc.
Monitoring of tank refuelling and fuel draining
Fuel theft prevention
Fuel consumption monitoring
Built-in GPS-receiver and GSM-modem
DUT-E GSM allows fuel tank volume measurement and real-time satellite position tracking over GPS and GLONASS. Data are transmitted to the Internet via GSM cellular network. DUT-E GSM – out-of-the-box hardware solution for fuel monitoring and vehicle location tracking.
Remote configuration via the Internet
DUT-E GSM settings can be adjusted locally during fuel level sensor installation or remotely over the Internet. Technical support specialist can change settings from the office, without any physical contact with the sensor and without a need of asking fleet operator to stop the vehicle, where sensor is installed.
Recognizing Events and sending ready-to-use Reports
DUT-E GSM generates up to 30 different ready-to-use analytical Reports, containing fuel volume data, vehicle location, speed, direction of movement, etc. Reports are generated regularly (from 1s to 24h) or upon Event recognition. Event is a situation when operating parameter changes, e.g. engine start/stop, tank refilling, fuel theft from tank, speeding, etc.
Operation without a server
DUT-E GSM can work without a telematics server, since Reports are sent directly to user via SMS and e-mail. This feature is especially useful for stationary machinery owners, who do no need GPS position, but require wireless fuel data transfer.
Connecting other sensors via the CAN J1939/S6 interface
The presence of S6 interface allows DUT-E GSM to operate as part of Telematics interface and sum up to 7 pieces of DUT-E CAN or DUT-E 2Bio CAN, and 8 pieces DFM CAN, FMSCrocodile, GNOM DP or DDE. This is very convenient for operation monitoring of complex technological objects and stationary units. In this case DUT-E GSM records and processes the data for further transmission to the telematics Server. Server software processes and analyzes the received data to generate Analytical reports for a selected period of time
DUT-E GSM determines unit location, movement speed and direction in real time through GNSS signals. Location data transfers to Server via 2G/3G technology.
|Measurement inaccuracy, %, not more than||0.2 for stationary fuel tanks and standing vehicles;
1 for moving vehicles
|Maximum allowed trimming of probe||to any length*|
|Can be extended up to maximum length, mm, not more than|| 6000 мм
|Data transfer protocol to Server||Wialon IPS v.2.0.|
|Availability time after power-up, seconds,
not more than
|Reports number that can be stored in buffer memory (factory settings of reports), not less than||50 000|
|Average current consumption at supply voltage 12/24V, mA, not more than||75/35|
|Maximal current consumption at supply voltage 12/24 V, mA, not more than||100/50|
|Power supply voltage range, V||from 10 to 45|
ORF 4 vehicle monitoring web-server provides the best accuracy of reports on movement tracking and fuel consumption monitoring.
Example of the ORF 4 analytical report obtained from DUT-E GSM data: