Constantly changing fuel characteristics can dramatically affect the accuracy of fuel measurements. Factors as diverse as oil manufacturing methods, additives used in gasoline production, switching from winter to summer fuel and fuelling at different stations affect the physical characteristics of filled fuel. Capacitive sensors measure a specific characteristic (dielectric permittivity) that can differ significantly from the dielectric permittivity of the fuel used during calibration – causing errors in fuel-level calculations of up to 30%.
OMNICOMM LLS 5 uses OMNICOMM's unique Fuelscan® technology to guarantee unprecedented accuracy of 99.5% in all conditions. Using measurements from an additional probe in the sensor to compare filled fuel characteristics with the fuel used for calibration and calculate measurements accordingly, this sensor sets a new industry standard and is twice as accurate as regular capacitive fuel-level sensors.
OMNICOMM LLS 5 reduces maintenance and re-calibration needs with the ability to compensate for errors in initial calibration, an issue that affects 20% of installed sensors. It provides precise fuel accounting for fleet owners and builds customer loyalty for installation partners who can confidently deliver on promises of accuracy.
The sensor has the highest possible ingress protection rating (IP69K), allowing high-pressure hot-water washes.
OMNICOMM LLS-Ex 5 is the explosion-proof version of OMNICOMM LLS 5, using OMNICOMM's auto-adjusting Fuelscan® technology to guarantee unprecedented accuracy of 99.5% in all conditions.
Factors as diverse as oil manufacturing methods, additives used in gasoline production, switching from winter to summer fuel, fuelling at different stations and switching from diesel to gasoline in stationary storage tanks affect the physical characteristics of filled fuel. Capacitive sensors measure a specific characteristic (dielectric permittivity) that can differ significantly from the dielectric permittivity of the fuel used during calibration – causing errors in fuel-level calculations of up to 30%.
Using measurements from an additional probe in the sensor to compare filled fuel characteristics with the fuel used for calibration and calculate measurements accordingly, this sensor sets a new industry standard and is twice as accurate as regular capacitive fuel-level sensors. The sensor reduces maintenance and re-calibration needs with the ability to compensate for errors in initial calibration, an issue that affects 20% of installed sensors. It provides precise fuel accounting for fleet owners and builds customer loyalty for installation partners who can confidently deliver on promises of accuracy. OMNICOMM LLS-Ex 5 features additional explosion protection and is designed for use in equipment operating in potentially hazardous areas. It can be installed in mobile and stationary fuel tanks and storages up to 6 meters in height.
The new Omnicomm LLS 4 is extremely tough, accurate and reliable with increased all-round protection, including against electrostatic, electromagnetic and conducted interference.
The sensor head is designed to improve shock resistance while its compact size facilitates installation even in units very close to the fuel tank. The new enhanced cable connection slot with over-moulding is ultra-resistant to humidity, providing protection even when subjected to high-pressure washes.
The LLS 4 has an improved ingress protection rating of IP-69K.
We’ve reworked the hardware design of the new Omnicomm LLS-AF4 to achieve even greater stability. This seriously robust and efficient sensor is intended for use with cheaper terminals that don’t yet support connection of the LLS 4 digital sensor over RS232/RS485 interfaces.
The LLS-AF 4 has analog and frequency-modulated outputs protected by galvanic insulation and works independently throughout the range of power supply voltage. It is equipped with a ‘Tough Road Conditions’ mode, as well as an enhanced cable connection slot that is ultra-resistant to humidity.
The LLS-AF 4 has an improved ingress protection rating of IP-69K.
Compact, feature-rich and easy to install plug-and-play fleet monitoring solution for businesses with small vehicle fleets, light commercial vehicles and passenger cars.
OMNICOMM OBD II tracker transmits data about speed, coordinates and other vehicle parameters to OMNICOMM Online for greater efficiency, security and peace of mind.
Built-in buzzer immediately alerts driver to safety violations, while built-in accelerometer collects data on acceleration, braking and cornering for analysis.
This feature-packed terminal is built for medium and heavy trucks operating in complex
projects and in highly demanding situations. It has an IP54 protection rating and comes in
three versions. The standard version supports 2G, the second version is equipped with WiFI
for areas without GSM coverage and the third version supports 3G. All three versions are
extremely well protected and completely tamper-proof.
Our newest terminal has all the features and benefits of the Omnicomm Profi — plus support for up to four video surveillance cameras. It offers constant video recording with two options — to request a specific video fragment via Omnicomm Online, and to automatically send video fragments of user-defined events to Omnicomm Online.
This enables you to understand what has happened to the vehicle, resolve difficult issues and gather evidence.
The Omnicomm Optim offers a rich set of features including two external antenna (for
GPS/GLONASS and GSM) for extra reliability in areas with limited mobile coverage. It is
designed for use in medium and heavy-duty vehicles and has an IP52 protection rating.
It supports two SIM cards out of the box — one can be used in the home region and the
other while roaming.
The Omnicomm Light is designed for light commercial vehicles and gensets.
Its compact design makes it ideal for open mounting and easy installation in the vehicle’s cabin. It reads data from the fuel level sensor – two can be connected – and other external equipment including digital or analog sensors, tyre pressure indicators, temperature, weight, RFID identification (1-wire protocol) and CAN-bus (J1939, J1708).
The Omnicomm Smart is designed for light commercial vehicles running basic fleet monitoring scenarios. Its compact design makes it suitable for open mounting and easy installation in the vehicle’s cabin. It sends data from a single fuel-level sensor exclusively to Omnicomm Online.
Our state-of-the-art fleet management technologies and expertise will increase your business efficiencies and save you money. With Omnicomm, you will enjoy all the benefits of working with a single provider including the initial integration and optimization of all components for seamless interoperation.
Our fleet management solution is suitable for a wide range of vehicles and commercial assets. OMNICOMM on-board terminals cover a wide range of usage scenar¬ios, our fuel-level sensors can be fitted to almost any tank size and OMNICOMM Online provides rich custom¬ized reporting for all of your fleet management needs.
Improve safety. OMNICOMM ICON display unit ensures safe cargo transportation and equipment operation by providing instantaneous feedback and management information. It improves driver discipline and monitors key vehicle parameters to alert in case of adverse driving events. Drivers can be identified using a personal RFID card, ensuring precise monitoring of engine hours and eliminating the potential for overwork on long-distance journeys by enforcing safe work/rest schedules.
Get the full picture. Dashboard fuel-level indicators often malfunction. Even when they work, they only have an average accuracy of 15%. Used in conjunction with OMNICOMM’s 99.5% accurate LLS 5 fuel-level sensors, ICON helps drivers and fleet operators to precisely determine fuel levels, as well as the vehicle’s speed, engine hours or any other value received from the output of OMNICOMM’s on-board terminal.
Reduce costs. OMNICOMM ICON display helps drivers and fleet operators to reduce fuel costs with the ability to accurately monitor fuel levels and identify underfilling incidents at refueling stations. Enhanced driver behavior and real-time alerts ultimately save money spent on fines, insurance and repairs.
OMNICOMM ICON unit displays key parameters using a clear, user-friendly interface and is encased in high-contrast glass for 100% clarity. Gain instant data, including:
Fuel volume in all tanks (up to 4) and total volume
Fuel volume during refueling
Fuel volume dispensed by a fuel tanker
Temperature indicators (from up to 8 sensors)
Engine oil pressure
Driver’s name (when using RFID identification feature) and status
Any other predefined values from the OMNICOMM on-board terminal
OMNICOMM ICON emits a distinct warning signal when safe driving parameters are violated, alerting for speeding, excessive RPM, hard acceleration and braking, sharp turns, excessive suspension impact, unfastened seatbelts, turned off headlights and excessive axle loads. It also notifies drivers/operators when the vehicle enters and exits a geofence. The unit has an IP51 ingress protection rating and an integrated panic button for additional security.
Precise and actionable information. Communicating accurate data in real time, the OMNICOMM ICON display keeps drivers informed so they can make better decisions and optimize their driving and vehicle performance.
Complete control. OMNICOMM ICON improves fleet management with the ability to transmit service messages, assign and adjust tasks and manage task performance. It enables clear communication and complete control for fleet managers and dispatcher, giving operators real-time and reliable data on the vehicle and journey in progress.
Flexible, simple and durable
Easy installation - takes less than 1 hour to install and configure
Can be used in any type of vehicle, construction machinery or storage tank
Gives drivers clear, precise information in a user-friendly interface
Represents fuel-level data with 99.5% accuracy in all conditions when used with OMNICOMM LLS 5 fuel-level sensor
Inefficient use of fuel and driver time hits your bottom line – fuel and labor costs can constitute up to 50% of operational expenses for transportation businesses. Tracking your vehicle assets with an automated digital solution helps achieve efficiencies in the most expensive parts of your business.