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Fuelmaster® 3505 Plus

Fuelmaster® 3505 Plus

Item #Fuelmaster® 3505 Plus

The purchase price is only part of what you pay for a fuel management system. Repairs and system downtime also cost you money, making reliability a key ingredient in achieving return on your investment. If you are looking for reliability and flexibility, look no further. The Fuelmaster® 3505 Plus is the industry leader in commercial fleet and retail fueling automation. The passive fueling automation of the 3505 Series compliments the interactive automation of the 2500 Series using state of the art patented RFID 2.4 technology. 

Fuelmaster® 3505 Plus Benefits

  • Handles up to 8 hoses
  • Built to military specifications
  • Modular design and backward capability
  • Easy maintenance
  • Can be equipped to read fleet, aviation, and standard credit cards
  • Works with mechanical and electronic dispensers, both retail and commercial
  • Transactional data can be exported to most fleet maintenance or accounting programs
  • Communicates with a Tank Monitor Unit/Tank Gauge interface from a variety of manufacturers
  • The FuelMaster system may be expanded to control an almost limitless number of fueling sites. Each site consists of a master unit with up to eight satellite units
  • Supports automatic/manual operation
  • 24/7 live customer support call center
  • Customer training provided at no cost
  • All product research and development completed within Fuelmaster's on-site Engineering Department
  • Communicates with up to 8 satellite FMU, each handling 8 hoses, for a total of 72 hoses per master FMU
  • Fueling process initiated by keypad; PROKEE®; smartcard; proximity card; or AIM module
  • Windows based software and operates on a SQL platform
  • Compatible with alternative fuels and can control and measure any liquid or gaseous fuel
  • FuelMaster's patented radio frequency identification tag (RFID) eliminates inaccurate driver-entered data from the fueling and data collection process. The odometer or chronometer data, along with other information is automatically collected by the island fuel management unit without driver effort. An AIM (Automotive Information Module) unit is connected directly to a vehicle's OBD port, and collects vital informartion, and then sends it to the fuel management unit by RF during fueling operations. This system works concurrently with the use of ProKees or smart cards so that the (AIM) units may be added to equipment currently using electronic read/write access devices.