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AC POWERED MODEM DATAGATE

(LINCOLN PART NUMBER: 282261)


• Wireless data collection from up to 20 differential sensor data links
• Gathers variety of data and sends tank levels and alarms
to a secure data facility via shared telephone lines
• External telecommunication interfaces:
— (2) Standard RJ-11 phone jacks

AC POWERED GPRS DATAGATE


(LINCOLN PART NUMBER: 282264) LINCOLN’S WIRELESS
• Monitor tanks in remote areas or where conventional
phone access is not available
• Sends tank data via digital GPRS cellular connection
TANK MONITOR SYSTEM
• Remotely upgradeable – maintain your equipment investment
as it is remotely updated in the field to the newest version
• External telecommunication interface:
— (1) GPRS antenna
Model 282264 WIRE
• Wireless data collection from up to 28 differential sensor data links LES
S

SPECIFICATIONS:
Power Requirement: 120V AC 60hz or 220V AC 50hz
Operating Temperature Range: 14° F to 158° F (-10° C to 0° C)
Enclosure: Powder-coated steel, NEMA 1

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SENSOR


The differential pressure sensor compares the pressure at the bottom

INE
of a petroleum tank to the actual atmospheric pressure at the site.

EL
Based on the specific gravity of the liquid, the sensor uses the data

ON
to calculate the height which is wirelessly transmitted by the

PH
sensor’s data link to the Lincoln DataGate. The level is eventually
calculated by using the data and the inside dimensions of the tank. O

R
R S
• Simple installation, high resolution and exceptional value GP
LAR
• Only tank requirement is an available VIA C ELL U
2” bung opening at the top of the tank
• Stainless steel and composite components construction
makes it suitable for indoor and outdoor tanks
Available in 21 ft. and 50 ft. lengths MULTIPLE USERS, ACCESSING VARIOUS
DP PRESSURE SENSOR / DATA LINK PASSWORD-PROTECTED LEVELS,
Lincoln Part Number: Accuracy: +0.2% TO 0.5% CAN EFFECTIVELY MONITOR TANK
282270 (21 ft. cable) – For tanks up to 15’ tall STATUS ANYWHERE, ANYTIME AT
Battery Life: 3V - Up to three years www.LincolnMonitorsTanks.com*
282273 (50 ft. cable) – For tanks within a
15’ to 50’ height range Operating Temp. -40° F to 176° F
Range: (-40° C to +80° C)
282267 – Box of five 3V Lithium Ion 123 batteries
* Monthly fee required

THE EASIEST AND MOST ADVANCED WAY FOR


Lincoln Industrial Corp.
One Lincoln Way
Phone 314.679.4200
Fax 314.679.4359
Form 444016 (05/06)
© Copyright 2006
COMPANIES TO MONITOR LUBRICANT RESERVES
St. Louis, MO 63120-1578 www.lincolnindustrial.com Printed in U.S.A.
LINCOLN’S NEW WIRELESS LFC SYSTEM DATACENTER
Lincoln's DataCenter allows users to uniquely
GREATLY REDUCES THE INSTALLATION manage various sites and their product usage to
control supply. This management promotes the
COSTS TYPICALLY ASSOCIATED WITH most cost effective flow by ensuring tanks are
OTHER TANK MONITOR SYSTEMS filled only as needed. Users can access the Lincoln
DataCenter at www.LincolnMonitorsTanks.com to
monitor their tank information with their secure
• Easy application and integration with existing username and password.
equipment greatly reduces installation cost Benefits of the DataCenter:
• Use with above- and below-ground tanks • Optimize your delivery schedules and inventory positions

• Monitors tank levels venture-wide from • Maximize fluid loads, minimize delivery costs
anywhere at any time through web access • Eliminate run outs and ensure customers are receiving
and e-mail/fax notification the best service possible
• Take needless trips and unpredictable load deliveries
• Enables accurate demand forecasting out of the equation
through concise historical data
• Users also have the option of grouping sites by an individual’s
• Improves operating efficiency region or area of responsibility via multi-level, password-protected areas
by optimizing ordering/scheduling to help with logistics organization
logistics and fluid delivery costs Lincoln’s DataCenter organizes and presents tank level data via a safe and secure internet portal.
E-mail or fax notifications of tank level warnings that hit your configured set points automatically.
• Organizes and presents tank level data As new software becomes available, it will be updated automatically on your equipment—protecting
via a secure web site investments in current technology.
• Accessible from anywhere via the internet
Lincoln DataGates wirelessly collect WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
tank data, such as volume and battery • 902-928 MHz or 433 MHz transceiver-based technology
Lincoln’s new wireless tank monitor system is a battery-powered, wireless transceiver that transmits condition, from the sensor and data link
tank level data, ambient temperature and other critical data at programmable intervals to the LFC transceiver installed at each tank. • Above-ground and underground storage tanks
DataGate. The DataGate stores and forwards data to Lincoln's web portal, the DataCenter and It stores and forwards the data in • Simple Installation
displays local tank information such as volume, temperature and battery condition. configurable intervals to the Lincoln • No trenching or disruption of operations
The wireless system enables companies to monitor tank levels from remote locations. Multiple DataCenter to display on Lincoln’s secure • 128 bit end-to-end data encryption
authorized users can now use scheduled, daily data retrieval to consolidate fluid deliveries. web site.
The historical data can then be used to forecast trends in fluid consumption. If a pre-determined set point is reached, AUTO LOW- AND HIGH-LEVEL
Systems are customized to deliver tank level information to users at preferred time intervals. User the DataGate will transfer this data as SET POINTS NOTIFICATION
access can be managed so information can be restricted if desired. Users are notified instantly when soon as it is received to instantly notify • Product level set point alarms
tank levels reach a pre-determined set point. the appropriate users.
• Facility temperature set point alarms
LINCOLN’S NEW WIRELESS LFC SYSTEM DATACENTER
Lincoln's DataCenter allows users to uniquely
GREATLY REDUCES THE INSTALLATION manage various sites and their product usage to
control supply. This management promotes the
COSTS TYPICALLY ASSOCIATED WITH most cost effective flow by ensuring tanks are
OTHER TANK MONITOR SYSTEMS filled only as needed. Users can access the Lincoln
DataCenter at www.LincolnMonitorsTanks.com to
monitor their tank information with their secure
• Easy application and integration with existing username and password.
equipment greatly reduces installation cost Benefits of the DataCenter:
• Use with above- and below-ground tanks • Optimize your delivery schedules and inventory positions

• Monitors tank levels venture-wide from • Maximize fluid loads, minimize delivery costs
anywhere at any time through web access • Eliminate run outs and ensure customers are receiving
and e-mail/fax notification the best service possible
• Take needless trips and unpredictable load deliveries
• Enables accurate demand forecasting out of the equation
through concise historical data
• Users also have the option of grouping sites by an individual’s
• Improves operating efficiency region or area of responsibility via multi-level, password-protected areas
by optimizing ordering/scheduling to help with logistics organization
logistics and fluid delivery costs Lincoln’s DataCenter organizes and presents tank level data via a safe and secure internet portal.
E-mail or fax notifications of tank level warnings that hit your configured set points automatically.
• Organizes and presents tank level data As new software becomes available, it will be updated automatically on your equipment—protecting
via a secure web site investments in current technology.
• Accessible from anywhere via the internet
Lincoln DataGates wirelessly collect WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
tank data, such as volume and battery • 902-928 MHz or 433 MHz transceiver-based technology
Lincoln’s new wireless tank monitor system is a battery-powered, wireless transceiver that transmits condition, from the sensor and data link
tank level data, ambient temperature and other critical data at programmable intervals to the LFC transceiver installed at each tank. • Above-ground and underground storage tanks
DataGate. The DataGate stores and forwards data to Lincoln's web portal, the DataCenter and It stores and forwards the data in • Simple Installation
displays local tank information such as volume, temperature and battery condition. configurable intervals to the Lincoln • No trenching or disruption of operations
The wireless system enables companies to monitor tank levels from remote locations. Multiple DataCenter to display on Lincoln’s secure • 128 bit end-to-end data encryption
authorized users can now use scheduled, daily data retrieval to consolidate fluid deliveries. web site.
The historical data can then be used to forecast trends in fluid consumption. If a pre-determined set point is reached, AUTO LOW- AND HIGH-LEVEL
Systems are customized to deliver tank level information to users at preferred time intervals. User the DataGate will transfer this data as SET POINTS NOTIFICATION
access can be managed so information can be restricted if desired. Users are notified instantly when soon as it is received to instantly notify • Product level set point alarms
tank levels reach a pre-determined set point. the appropriate users.
• Facility temperature set point alarms
AC POWERED MODEM DATAGATE
(LINCOLN PART NUMBER: 282261)
• Wireless data collection from up to 20 differential sensor data links
• Gathers variety of data and sends tank levels and alarms
to a secure data facility via shared telephone lines
• External telecommunication interfaces:
— (2) Standard RJ-11 phone jacks

AC POWERED GPRS DATAGATE


(LINCOLN PART NUMBER: 282264) LINCOLN’S WIRELESS
• Monitor tanks in remote areas or where conventional
phone access is not available
• Sends tank data via digital GPRS cellular connection
TANK MONITOR SYSTEM
• Remotely upgradeable – maintain your equipment investment
as it is remotely updated in the field to the newest version
• External telecommunication interface:
— (1) GPRS antenna
Model 282264 WIRE
• Wireless data collection from up to 28 differential sensor data links LES
S

SPECIFICATIONS:
Power Requirement: 120V AC 60hz or 220V AC 50hz
Operating Temperature Range: 14° F to 158° F (-10° C to 0° C)
Enclosure: Powder-coated steel, NEMA 1

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SENSOR


The differential pressure sensor compares the pressure at the bottom

INE
of a petroleum tank to the actual atmospheric pressure at the site.

EL
Based on the specific gravity of the liquid, the sensor uses the data

ON
to calculate the height which is wirelessly transmitted by the

PH
sensor’s data link to the Lincoln DataGate. The level is eventually
calculated by using the data and the inside dimensions of the tank. O

R
R S
• Simple installation, high resolution and exceptional value GP
LAR
• Only tank requirement is an available VIA C ELL U
2” bung opening at the top of the tank
• Stainless steel and composite components construction
makes it suitable for indoor and outdoor tanks
Available in 21 ft. and 50 ft. lengths MULTIPLE USERS, ACCESSING VARIOUS
DP PRESSURE SENSOR / DATA LINK PASSWORD-PROTECTED LEVELS,
Lincoln Part Number: Accuracy: +0.2% TO 0.5% CAN EFFECTIVELY MONITOR TANK
282270 (21 ft. cable) – For tanks up to 15’ tall STATUS ANYWHERE, ANYTIME AT
Battery Life: 3V - Up to three years www.LincolnMonitorsTanks.com*
282273 (50 ft. cable) – For tanks within a
15’ to 50’ height range Operating Temp. -40° F to 176° F
Range: (-40° C to +80° C)
282267 – Box of five 3V Lithium Ion 123 batteries
* Monthly fee required

THE EASIEST AND MOST ADVANCED WAY FOR


Lincoln Industrial Corp.
One Lincoln Way
Phone 314.679.4200
Fax 314.679.4359
Form 444016 (05/06)
© Copyright 2006
COMPANIES TO MONITOR LUBRICANT RESERVES
St. Louis, MO 63120-1578 www.lincolnindustrial.com Printed in U.S.A.