IntelliSensor Tracks Engine Fuel and Fluids
The vehicle industry is a strong driver of innovation that enhances efficiency and productivity. Monitoring vehicle performance is vital. Count on the CAN Bus IntelliSensor to deliver a reliable, compact, drop-in solution to track your engine fuel and fluids.
Configuring the fuel sensor
Use the IntelliSensor’s configuration tool for quick and easy selection of CAN source addresses. You also can configure the IntelliSensor to communicate diagnostic trouble codes, including calibration or fuel level errors.
The IntelliSensor connects to most J1939 networks. Using the configuration tool, easily configure the baud rate, auto baud detect, source address and piecewise linear calibration. Our system also provides diagnostic messages to the network without any additional modules that sit between the sensor and the network.
Calibration and accuracy
With its automatic calibration feature, the CAN Bus IntelliSensor adjusts to any type of fluid you’re using, including biodiesel blends. As a capacitance-based fuel sensor, the IntelliSensor adapts to many different hydrocarbon-based mediums, including diesel, gas, jet fuel, hydraulic fluids and engine oil. Automatic calibration ensures accurate tank level readings with blended fuels, even for vehicles with uniquely shaped tanks.
Inputs and outputs
As vehicles become electrified and more complex, the number of inputs and outputs have increased. Using a CAN Bus IntelliSensor frees up space on your electronic control unit or controller and may also reduce wiring needs.
Designed for any environment
The IntelliSensor is designed as one solid, sealed system, so no contaminants can corrupt the electronics. Since it’s corrosion proof and has no moving parts, the IntelliSensor will wear better than a traditional float-arm or reed-switch style fuel sensor. The IntelliSensor has a -40 to 85° C operating range, and meets SAE and OEM standards for shock, salt spray and vibration. With its small footprint, the IntelliSensor can be mounted at multiple angles, and you can also mount multiple IntelliSensors on a vehicle.
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