Once you install fuel level sensors in your vehicles, you won’t be able to imagine how you’ve been managing your fleet all along. Knowing exactly when, where, and how the fuel was consumed, you can optimize logistics, improve driver operation, and prevent gasoline theft. In the fuel level sensors category, you will find sensor devices that are reliable, easy to set up and use.
If transportation and fleet management sounds like an everyday life of your business, fuel level sensors can make that life easier.
Capacitive fuel sensors measure the level of the gasoline or diesel in the vehicle’s tank or in a container. With such devices you can monitor fuel consumption, loadings, offloadings, or notice thefts, determine current fuel volume and change in volume (refueling or draining) of fuel in the tank.
What liquids can fuel sensors measure?
Depending on the fuel sensor type, such devices can measure conductive liquids, including weak solutions of alkalis and acids as well as petroleum, gasoline, diesel and ethanol blends.
Fuel Level Sensors and Telematics
Fuel consumption is a common vehicle telematics measurement. The technology embraces telecommunications, vehicular technologies, and computer science which creates solutions that businesses use to improve their fleet management tactics. Fuel level sensors are just a small part that falls into telematics systems.
Wireless Fuel Level Sensors
Wireless technology makes the installation of fuel level sensors swift and easy. No wiring also leads to fewer risks of damage to the device as it simply has fewer parts to be corrupted.