The importance of reliable fuel monitoring for hybrid power systems

Five factors to consider when selecting a fuel monitoring system

Read this article to learn:

  • Five factors to consider when selecting a fuel monitoring system: design of fuel tank and the ability to distinguish between legitimate use, leaks and theft
  • Ease of installation and maintenance
  • The ability to accurately measure how many days’ worth of diesel is left in the tank
  • Reliability such that one can distinguish between priority alarms and sensor malfunctions
  • The ability to monitor remotely

By Mattias Karlsson, VP eSite, Flexenclosure With generators powering most of the telecom sites in Africa, diesel is the number one factor driving operational cost.  Obvious questions result:  How much diesel is any given site actually consuming?  When is it time to refill?  Is fuel consumption in line with the expected performance of your installed…

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