In the Fuel Pump Controller => Description section, specify the Road tanker from which the fuel will be dispensed.
Important! If the Price or Volume parameters are accounted with three decimal places, you need to check the settings in the controller — this data come from the controller settings.
You may also enable the following settings:
- Receive GPS controller data — this setting is used to track movement and stops of Road Tankers and tanks. The controller route is displayed on a map and a graph in the “Maps and Routes” section of your Business Control Panel.
- Receive controller measurements data — Receive controller measurements data — PTS-2 controller measures parameters of fuel products in tanks for analysis, reporting, and tracking of possible fuel leaks. After enabling this setting, you will receive data from the specified settings in the Business Control Panel.
- Enable alarms about tank state — you can receive information about the status of Road Tankers and tanks by e-mail at the required time intervals.
Additional settings (for Road Tankers)
Due to the fact that the Road tankers’ usage scenarios may differ, inCust offers several settings that will allow you to work with different tank configurations in one account.
- A Road Tanker with more than one tank with different grades of fuel and only one nozzle;
- A Road Tanker in which each tank has a separate nozzle;
- A Road Tanker with tanks that can be filled with different grades of fuel (for example, today the Tanker may contain Regular gasoline, and tomorrow it will be Premium Unleaded)
- Fuel grade for nozzle is specified manually – in the automatic mode, the nozzle is linked to the fuel grade. If it is required that the operator chooses the nozzle manually, turn this option on.
When this option is enabled, you can manually change the fuel grade on the Pumps tab in the Business Control Panel.
- Tank for nozzle is specified manually – when the option is on, the operator decides, from which tank the fuel is dispensed, and connects the nozzle to the tank manually. When this option is enabled, you can manually change the tanker in the ‘’Pumps’’ tab in the Business Control Panel.
- Fuel grade for tank is specified manually — If the tank can be filled with different fuel grades, this option lets one select the fuel grade to be dispensed from the tank regardless of the controller settings. When the option is turned on, one can choose the fuel grade in the Control panel as well as in the driver’s app.
- Reset fuel grade in tank when fuel volume drops to zero — the option is used with the “Fuel grade for tank is specified manually” option. If both options are enabled, when the fuel volume in the tank drops to zero, the fuel grade will be reset automatically and displayed as “Not selected”. In the future, when another fuel is added to the tank, a driver or an assistant will be able to specify a new grade of fuel.