Remotely Monitor Your Propane/Diesel With The NetGuardian LPG Controller

Do you use either propane or diesel as a primary or backup power source at your remote sites? If you do, you know that running out of fuel has major consequences. Still, you can't spend all your time driving from site to site to check on your tanks - you have other work to do. You need a monitoring device that monitors your fuel levels in near-real-time. It sends you low-fuel alarms. It even toggles between tanks when one is running dry.

NetGuardian LPG Controller
The NetGuardian LPG Controller gives you command of 5 propane tank analog sensors and valves, with an additional D-Wire port for adding up to 16 additional discrete sensors.

Introducing the NetGuardian LPG Controller.

The NetGuardian LPG Controller gives you maximum control over propane/diesel distribution and vessel management. This small device is ideal for remotely managing up to 5 liquid propane gas or diesel fuel tanks from a single piece of equipment.

The LPG Controller provides accurate and up-to-date readings to help you easily avoid preventable propane outages. It uses advanced analog sensor technology like Rochester gauges. This RTU can also be used for diesel by simply connecting the appropriate tank level sensors.

The LPG Controller features both automatic and manual gas tank cycling. Whenever a tank is nearly empty, the valve is closed. Then, the next tank valve is opened. This function provides a steady supply of fuel and ensures that your revenue-generating network equipment is never compromised.

With a build-in web interface, the NetGuardian LPG allows you to remotely monitor your tank levels anytime, from virtually anywhere in world. You need only a standard internet browser. In addition, the unit's front panel provides four propane threshold levels and valve status (open/close) through visual LED displays.

NetGuardian LPG Controller

The NetGuardian LPG Controller gives your business a competitive advantage by providing 24/7, highly accurate tank level data for monitoring propane inventory and remotely maintaining site power. This RTU is the reliable choice for anyone with remote propane tanks.

  • Eliminate propane run-outs and expensive emergency deliveries.
  • Automatic and manual operating options that allow you to personally customize how you monitor your power.
  • Alerts and notifications sent to your desk or in the field - PC, laptop, smartphone, or tablet. If you have web access, you can get the data.
  • Fill your tanks only when needed and save yourself unnecessary time and expense.
  • Become aware of major tank issues, such as leaking or overfilling.
NetGuardian LPG Controller
With 5 valve controls, 5 tank level sensors, and a built-in web interface, you can monitor and cycle your site's energy in a convenient web browser. This can be from anywhere in the world.

Key NetGuardian LPG Controller Features.

  • Built-in Web Interface that allows you to remotely configure, monitor, and control your liquid propane gas tanks.
  • 24/7 HTTP & HTTPS, SNMP v1, V2c.
  • 5 Valve Controls that allow the LPG to automatically cycle between tanks, or gives you the option to switch between valves manually.
  • Monitors and powers 5 Tank Level Sensors that provide you with continuous readings of propane levels.
  • Built-in D-Wire Sensor port to monitor external sensors (supports a Daisy-chain of up to 16 sensors).
  • Two discrete inputs for monitoring Generator Run and Demand.
  • Front Panel LEDs.
  • Front panel craft port for direct configuration.
  • Alarm reporting to any SNMP manager or T/Mon LNX.
  • 10/100BaseT LAN (for SNMP reporting & web interface).
  • +24 VDC Power Input.
  • 7x24 lifetime tech support is included.
  • 30-day no risk guarantee.

Learn More About the NetGuardian LPG Controller.

To learn more...
  • Call 1-800-622-3314
  • Email
  • Send a quick message to Mac Smith using the form below.

Note: This device requires a minimum order.

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