You can get information about fuel fillings, thefts as well as current fuel level by email or SMS. To detect fuel fillings and thefts, the appropriate settings of the fuel level sensor are used.
Set additional report parameters:
Method of delivery: by email and/or SMS. On the right, enter your email(s) and phone number(s) in the international format.
To be able to send text messages, the Can send SMS option must be activated in the user properties.
If the filling or theft falls on the joint of the intervals, it is possible they will not be determined. For instance, the minimum amount of theft is 15 liters, the schedule of task execution is once an hour (9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, and so on). In this case, if within the last 5 minutes of an hour 10 litres were drained, and 10 more were drained within the first 5 minutes of the following hour, they will fall into different intervals. As a result, the job will not be executed, as each of these thefts does not reach the minimum value. That is why, to exclude a large number of joints, it is recommended not to create a job with a very frequent execution interval. In any case, you can execute a report on fillings and thefts for a day, week, month, and so on, which will include all the events.
When sending fuel information, the system uses the following data collection algorithm:
Information on fuel fillings and thefts is sent only if such events have been detected. Information on fuel level is sent always. If there is no such data, an email with the Fuel level unknown text is sent.
Text messages have the following format:
For example, the SMS message
means that, according to the first sensor, the unit Iveco_1501 has 66 lt of fuel, and no fillings and thefts were detected; according to the second sensor (fuel in the second tank, for example) fuel level is 100 lt, no fillings were found, and a 10 lt theft was detected.
Dashes may mean one of the following:
Depending on the settings of the resource, the fuel volume can be displayed in litres (if the resource uses the metric system) and gallons (if the resource uses the American or Imperial measurement system).