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  1. Miami-Dade County Schools Automated Refueling Station 1. Park vehicle within reasonable proximity to fuel dispenser. 2. Set parking brake, shut-off engine and turn key to the off position. (Counterclockwise)

  2. Miami-Dade County SchoolsAutomated Refueling Station • Exit bus and remove fuel cap. • Some buses equipped with non-removable fuel caps. Simply insert fuel nozzle through the top of the fuel cap.

  3. Miami-Dade County SchoolsAutomated Refueling Station • Lift fuel dispenser nozzle, rotate pump lever to ON position • Insert dispenser nozzle into fuel tank filler neck.

  4. Miami-Dade County SchoolsAutomated Refueling Station • Return to dispenser and begin pumping fuel. • Fuel dispenser nozzle will automatically trigger off when tank is full. DO NOT OVERFILL

  5. Miami-Dade County SchoolsAutomated Refueling Station • Remove dispenser nozzle, rotate lever to off and insert nozzle back into pump holder. • Reinstall fuel cap and return to the vehicle • Your refueling is now complete, you may now proceed to your destination.

  6. Miami-Dade County SchoolsAutomated Refueling Station • In the unlikely event you have any trouble with these procedures, the fuel attendants will be happy to assist you. • In case of a fuel spill, accident or fire contact the shop manager immediately.

  7. Tank Level Sensor Lubricant Dispensers System Overview Site Control Unit Fleet Maintenance Fuel storage tanks with probes Mainframe Other TCP/IP VIT Central Server Mobile Tanker Truck Fueling Reports on Demand

  8. No Operator Intervention • Programmable (thru antennae or port) • Advanced electronics • Positive odometer readings • Ensures fuel goes in the specified unit • Frees drivers from ALL data entries • Reduces card reissue and file problems • FCC Compliant • Four Inputs • Programming Port • Ignition • Odometer • PTO • Configurable Outputs • Display • Ignition Kill • Conditioned Digital Odometer

  9. Vehicle Information Transmitter • Inputs • Vehicle Odometer pulse accumulator (100,000 Pulses/mile @ 150 MPH ) • 5 Digital inputs (10-32 VDC) • 7 Analog Inputs (10 bit resolution) • On board reference temperature sensor • Outputs • 2 Contact closure: 5 A contacts • Communications • J1708 Vehicle Computer Communication • RS232 interface port • Ward Display Module • Ward Active Antennae • Programming / Configuration • Enhanced Processor capability • Nonvolatile memory

  10. VIT RF Hose Module • 900 MHz Bi-directional communication • Programmable • Low profile form factor (Top or Side mounting) • Low Power Consumption (1 Yr + Battery Duty Life) • Durable – Gas / Oil resistant • Shock Resistant

  11. Island Fuel Control Terminal • VIT / Card / Electronic Key / Keyboard Entry (Any combination) • TCP/IP Interface • RF TCP/IP • Modem Communication • Tank Level Sensor Interface • Voyager Card Support • Ward Card Support • Durable • Built to Last • Ease of Service

  12. Truck Terminal • Mobile Truck Fueling • RF Communication • Card, Key or VIT Convenience • Hardened Stainless Steel Case and Electronics • Adaptable & Customizable

  13. Tank Level Sensing • System will monitor fuel tank levels • Generate automatic tank refill requests • EPA “Variance of Throughput” Report • Automatic Paging on Alarms

  14. Reports tailored to meet unique needs of Customer • Recapitulation Report • State Disbursement Record Report • Tank Reconciliation Report • On/Off Road Fuel Tax Report • Billing of Foreign Transactions • Accounting Flexibility • Maintenance Package Interface • Billing and accounting modules available Reports on Demand Over 300 Reports Available!

  15. Pros & Cons CONS • Displacement or Reassignment of personnel (Contractual Issues) • CBG (Clerical, Breakdown, Fueling) • Health issues/claims regarding personnel • Safety issues (Breakaway hoses, spills, monitoring cameras)

  16. Pros & Cons PRO • Improved data collection and accuracy • Reduction of fuel consumption • Eliminate Fuel Attendants cost • Optimization of personnel in critical shortage areas • Eliminate unauthorized fueling • Reduce driver refueling time (24/7 access) • Reduce or eliminate manual data entry calculations and errors

  17. Pros & Cons Additional Advantages • Capability to interface with Fleet Maintenance Systems to schedule PM’s • Improved accuracy charge backs to other department users • Bus Wash • Return on Investment • Student Data Interface