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Integrated Fuel Management

Integrated Fuel Management
954/254-6370
1994 East Sunrise Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale
Florida
33304
United States
Accurate and dependable tank level monitoring of fuel, black water, grey water, waste oil, etc. We can often repair/calibrate/upgrade an existing system or install a new PLC- or Windows-based system using existing wiring.

Integrated Fuel Management provides the hardware and custom software solutions to accurately monitor tank levels of any size or configuration. We use standard, off the shelf PLC or Windows platforms and sometimes a combination of both for high resolution and remote displays.

Our vast transducer knowledge comes from many hours of sensor data logging and sensor bench testing. Data logging tests sensors for short term drift stability as well as accuracy and linearity before installation in the field. System accuracy starts with the tank sensors. We can install submersible sensors or external tank sensors as required by the application. Our many years of experience with current loop data transmission and an academic approach to system design and troubleshooting give us the edge in shipboard data acquisition.

Our electronic hardware incorporates standard PLC based technology and is DIN rail mounted for easy replacement and a small physical footprint. This hardware is easily expandable and can monitor any engine, generator, or electrical functions as well as tank levels. Discrete outputs provide control functions where needed. Information is presented on compatible touch screen monitors which can communicate with the ship’s IT network via Ethernet.

Full system documentation: A complete set of CAD drawings, Theory of Operation, and Troubleshooting Guide will be presented after system repair or installation to facilitate future upgrades or repair operations.

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