Fuel Tank Monitoring
By networking a tank monitor such as the Veeder Root S350, operators can access data on inventory levels from a local PC. Once networked, tank monitors can also be set up for remote access by fuel distributors, making delivery schedules more efficient. The iPocket232 is a compact, single port RS232 to ethernet adapter. Connecting to the tank monitor via its serial port, the iPocket232 is a low cost solution to networking tank monitors. The iPocket232 is unobtrusive and can be wall mounted for convenience. For stores with multiple devices to connect, including ATMs or Ruby terminals, a tank monitor can be networked using the multiport POSLynxDUO. The POSLynxDUO is a payment appliance, featuring multiple serial and ethernet ports, as well as USB for wireless back-up.
- Simplified remote access to data on inventory level reduces support costs
- More efficient fuel delivery, with remote access to fuel levels
- Deployed, managed and monitored by NetVu for more efficient support
iPocket232 – Compact 1 port RS232 to Ethernet adapter connects legacy devices to a LAN/WAN via Ethernet. Managed and monitored by NetVu.
iPocketUSB – Compact 1 port USB to Ethernet adapter connects devices with a USB interface to a LAN/WAN via Ethernet. Can also be used to provide wireless connectivity to an Ethernet device via a USB wireless modem. Managed and monitored by NetVu.
Ether232Duo – Dual port RS232 to Ethernet adapter connects up to 2 RS232 devices to Ethernet. Managed and monitored by NetVu
POSLynx220 – Multi-port payment appliance with 2 dial, 2 serial, and2 Ethernet ports. Features SSL encryption, field-tested firewalling, and routing capability. Managed and monitored by NetVu.