Coverage for any location
With satellite remote tank monitors
Durable fuel tank level monitors with satellite telemetry, allowing you to reliably monitor tanks anywhere in the world.
Xact tank monitors use satellite telemetry, providing a reliable monitoring solution for remote tanks anywhere in the world. No need for cell service or WiFi signals.
Precise measurements with no dependence on remote-ready gauges. Xact’s Ultrasonic system measures accurate to within ±2% for bulk tanks up to 90,000 gallons.
EASY TO INTEGRATE
Xact is designed to work with your back office software. Easily transfer tank data into your route planning system with our API.
our Tank monitors
Gauge Reader System
The Xact Gauge Reader connects to the tank’s gauge face and sends fill levels to our online portal. Great for monitoring tanks in remote locations without reliable cell or wifi coverage.
Designed for tanks with a Rochester Jr./Sr. Remote Ready Dial
Sonar measurements with industry leading accuracy. Built to help propane marketers optimize inventory planning and monitor critical customer accounts that can’t afford to go empty.
Designed for any tank 125 – 90,000 gallons
Fill level, temperature, GPS location, and other critical tank data is transmitted to our online portal via satellite. This allows for reliable monitoring for tanks in remote regions.
HOW IT WORKS
The Xact Monitor takes a reading by either reading the gauge or using our patented ultrasonic technology.
The ultrasonic system (pictured) is externally mounted on the bottom of a propane tank. It sends a sound wave through the wall of the tank and reads the return echo from the surface of the fuel.
The device then captures the echo and records the distance from the inside bottom of the tank to the surface of the liquid.
The device sends the tank’s current fill level, GPS location, and other tank data to the Globalstar® satellite network.
This information is relayed through the satellite and into the Xact online portal that you can access on your computer, phone, or tablet.
You can then log into the Xact online portal and see all of your tank readings.
You can also set e-mail alerts on a consistent schedule, in addition to e-mails when tanks reach critical fill levels. These emails can be customized so that you can receive them as frequently as needed.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a gauge reader and ultrasonic monitor?
A gauge reader plugs into a Rochester Jr./Sr. Remote Ready dial face and reports the fill level to our satellite network. An ultrasonic monitor sends a sound wave through the wall of the tank and reads the return echo from the surface of the liquid propane. These readings are accurate within ± 2%, with no reliance on any existing mechanical gauges.
Why satellite monitoring over cell or wifi?
Satellite provides complete coverage for any tank in the world. This lets you get readings you can depend on for tanks in remote areas with spotty cell service.
Why should I care about ultrasonic measurements?
Ultrasonic systems measure fill levels at an accuracy within +/- 2%. This accuracy is extremely important for maximizing the efficiency of distribution fleets, and can help you save money and hours of time by reducing trips taken to refill tanks.
Will these monitors hold up in the harsh weather?
Absolutely. Our monitors work in operating temperatures from -40°F to 140°F (60°C to -40°C)
Will these systems alert me when I am running low?
Yes. Customize your fill level alarms to receive automatic email updates in addition to your scheduled readings.
Can I use this with my current route planning software?
Yes. We offer an API for software integration available upon request. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Can these monitors work for my fuel?
Xact is compatible with a wide range of fuel types, including the following:
- Petroleum Diesel no. 2
- Propane / Butane Mix
- Anhydrous Ammonia
- Aviation Jet Fuel A
Not seeing your fuel type listed? We may be able to help. Email us at email@example.com or chat below to find out if we can work for you.