4.0 Fuellox InstallationLink
What is needed for a Fuellox InstallationLink
• Fuellox unit
• Smartphone with Fuellox App
• App User Login
• Switches as per Configuration
• Emergency Stop
• Suitable Pulse meter and its kFactor
Estop Install DiagramLink
Override Install DiagramLink
Fuellox Pump Switch InstallationLink
4.1 Pulse Meter InstallationLink
Warning: We Strongly recommend one meter to be used. Where Fuellox is installed with a mechanical meter, Fuellox will not be responsible for calibration or repeatability of secondary metering systems. Fuellox supports pulse meters from Flomec. Some Mcnaught and Piusi meters can also be used. Fuellox supports two type of meter input. Reed and Hall Effect. Pulse meters should be installed downline of the fuel pump at all times. Be sure to use good quality components, and ensure no leaks from the system as this will affect the systems reliability and performance. Key features such as ‘timeout' will not perform where leaks are causing fuel flow measurement from the meter.
4.1.2 Hall Effect InstallationLink
Hall Effect requires 3 A wire installation. Most Hall Effect meters will work with the Fuellox 5V power supply, however when the meter requires more power, a 12V supply can often be used. Consult the Meter’s documentation for more information. For more information on the meter wiring diagrams visit Wiring Diagrams
4.1.3 Fuellox MountingLink
The Fullox system should be mounted in the safest and cleanest environment possible. Although the unit is IP65 we recommend minimum contact with water wash, dirt and the elements. In a vehicle Fuellox can be cabin mounted. Comms via Bluetooth mean the unit does not have to be in the immediate proximity to the operator.
We can also provide a remote indicator panel where needed as shown below
4.1.4 Remote IndicatorLink
In mobile applications mount the unit on a surface with as little vibration as possible. IOTIQ can supply mounting assemblies compatible with Fuellox.