Omnicomm, one of the leading world developers and manufacturers of fuel consumption monitoring equipment and other telematics solutions for various fleet management needs, has announced launching serial production of the new fuel level sensor Omnicomm LLS 30160. The purpose of creating the new product was to satisfy the increasing demand of transport telematics market for improved reliability of design and data. Unlike its predecessors, the new sensor has a molded vandal-proof housing, the new heavy-duty metal hose and increased protection against electrostatic, electromagnetic and conducted interference.
High-precision fuel level sensors Omnicomm LLS are designed to measure the level of fuel in the fuel tank of a vehicle or in a stationary container. To date, they have been widely used in more than 100 countries around the world in a variety of industries: from passenger cars to heavy mining equipment.
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El gasto de combustible puede constituir hasta el 50% del total de los gastos de una empresa de autotransporte. Es por esto que es importante no sólo encontrar una manera de reducir el consumo, sino también de evitar los casos de robo de diésel.