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Manage and Control Propane Tanks with the NetGuardian LPG Controller

NetGuardian LPG Controller
Monitor up to 5 liquid propane tanks using the NetGuardian LPG Controller

Automatic propane cycling has never been easier. The new NetGuardian LPG Controller allows you to easily and remotely manage up to 5 liquid propane tanks. This device allows you to cycle through tanks - whenever a tank is near empty, the valve is automatically closed and the next tank valve is automatically opened. By using the web interface, the automatic cycling can be overridden and the user can take direct control. The front panel features visual LED displays for each tank showing valve status (open/close) and four threshold levels for propane level.

Convenient and automated management of smaller, cylindrical tanks so you can transport fewer quantities of propane at a time and still ensure full run time. This means you can cost-effectively refuel propane tanks when they are empty, rather than replace all of your tanks that are semi-full.

Each propane sensor (not included) is connected to the back panel of the Netguardian LPG Controller. In addition to monitor the propane sensors, the device also supplies power to each propane sensor. The NetGuardian LPG Controller is compatible with Rochester and other gauges.

Features for the NetGuardian LPG Controller include...

  • Supports two discrete inputs for monitoring generator run and demand.
  • Easy-to-use web interface for managing propane sensors and cycling
  • +24 VDC power input
  • Support for SNMP v1 and v2c
  • 10/100BaseT Lan

Note: This device requires a minimum order.

For further information: Tank Monitoring Knowledge Base