To record data and prevent fuel theft
Fuel Security in UK is a matter of grave concern across industries. London Metropolitan Police reported £1.1m of fuel thefts in London in 2018, while rest of UK saw £638,217 of fuel stolen in the same year. Nearly £1.75 million worth of fuel was stolen from petrol stations, businesses and other cars.
A good Fuel Management system can help prevent fuel theft as it can keep track of the amount of fuel used. A fuel management system is a technology-based tool that works with any form of fuel for attended or unattended fuelling sites. The system captures information on all aspects of fuel management which is instantly available to any staff member who may need it. It can be used by fixed or mobile fuelling operators, transportation companies and municipalities.
Harlequin Manufacturing offers the Horn Tecalemit HDA Eco, a Fuel Management System which is designed as a fuel monitor and reporting system for dispensing Diesel Fuel, Gasoil and AdBlue. It can used with existing pump systems, filling stations or dispensers. It works particularly well for any non-public filling stations.
Horn Telacemit HDA Eco Fuel Management System
It’s designed to protect and monitor access to the fuel supply. It works well in situations where fuel access needs to be controlled and logged. It is Ideal for multiple drivers, vehicles and locations. The HDA Eco includes a Windows™-based computer software for managing and evaluating fuel data.
|Type||Fuel Management System|
|Max users||2000 drivers &/or 2000 vehicles|
|Authentication||PIN &/or Transponder Tags|
|Data acquisition||Driver, Vehicle, Date, Time, Qty/Vol, Odometer, Order Ref|
|Internal memory||most recent 10,000 transactions|
|Input||Pulse input (up to 240Hz)|
|Output||Contact output, max 10A|
|Additional function||Nozzle switch functionality|
|Level probe integration|
|Display||Back-lit 2x 20 alpha-numeric 9mm characters|
|Op temperature||-20°C ~ +55°C|
|Power supply||100-240v / 50-60Hz|
How it works?
The system requires operators to authorise themselves before dispensing is enabled. Each user is given a PIN / KEY to identify them to the system. When the user dispenses fuel, he will input his unique PIN / KEY and the system then activates the dispenser’s pump and records the driver, vehicle, time, date and quantity of fuel dispensed. This then gets recorded as a dispensing event and stored in the system until the data is downloaded to a USB chip which is then uploaded on to a PC. The most recent 10,000 transactions are stored within the HDA memory and can be accessed at any time.
The unit is distinguished by its ease of operation as all dispensing transactions are recorded and can be reviewed both locally on the HDA device and remotely. The Windows™ Based software also provides a reporting platform which allows reports to be created quickly to view and analyse, reports can also be exported in visual PDF and CSV database formats for further review. The device is protected by a management password preventing unauthorised use.
Can be used by up to 2000 users &/or vehicles
Data can be accessed on the device and remotely
Management password prevents any unauthorised usage
Clearly records all dispensing transactions
Electronic storage for the last 10,000 transactions to be recalled at any time
Exports data in CSV format for quick analysis
Publishes reports in PDF formats for management review
Controls one dispensing pump. Can be retrofit with additional pulse output flow meter.
LCD display on the device
Drivers and vehicles can be managed with a PIN / KEY
Comes equipped with a transponder tag and reader
Improving Data Accuracy – Information is captured in real-time ensuring that its very reliable
Easy Record Keeping – The user can easily access and record data, check reports on-the-go on an online cloud platform.
Lowering the cost of the fuel – Fuel can be saved as the system can accurately track details such as run and idle time which can help eliminate fuel wastage.
Preventing fuel theft – It can effectively keep track of the amount of fuel used and where it is being filled. The fuel monitoring reports help find out where and when a fuel theft has occurred which is impossible to do through manual tracking.
Improving fuel efficiency – It can help understand ways to improve fuel efficiency, leading to increased performance and cost savings.
Tracking Mileage – It can calculate miles travelled by the fleet and fuel consumption which enables the user to figure out the cost per mile. This will help calculate mileage of the fleet to monitor the performance levels.
Identifying inefficient assets – It ensures regular maintenance and allows for early response to potential problems. It can help identify which machine is not working properly, needs maintenance or should be discarded.
Scheduling Maintenance – Maintenance of the machines can be scheduled based on run-hour reports.
Overall the system provides better security, improved tracking and excellent operations management.
Harlequin 7500 Fuel Station with a fuel management system