The communication box system is mainly used by operators in the energy industry. Customers can monitor the operating status of their sites in real-time through the communication box system. This article mainly introduces how to let customers use the communication box system.
The communication box system is mainly divided into several major modules: homepage information summary, site management, energy management, unit price management, tank configuration management, equipment binding, and equipment real-time monitoring.
1. Home page summary information
The summary information on the home page mainly includes several modules, the current status of the equipment, tank level information, recent transaction record information, and recent alarm information, as shown in the figure below:
1.1 Equipment status
The first column of the homepage displays the status of the gun equipment as well as the site’s operating sales volume and sales amount on the day. Customers can intuitively see whether there is equipment disconnection from the first column. If the equipment is disconnected, they can check the problem as early as possible.
1.2 Tank information
The second interface is the current liquid-level inventory of the site tank. Customers can select a site switch from their site to check whether the current tank inventory is sufficient.
1.3 Transaction records
The left column displays recent transaction records, which are used to view the site’s recent transaction data.
1.4 Alarm information
The right column is the alarm information. Currently, it is mainly the tank alarm information, whether the oil level is too high or the oil level is too low. It is used to remind customers whether the tank is within the normal working range.
2. Site settings
The following is about the method of connecting and using system equipment. As shown in the picture above, customers need to enter their site information in the system. The communication box code requires the customer to purchase the company’s communication box and then obtain the communication box code. , input into the corresponding site, so that the communication box can be bound to the customer’s designated site. The specific operations are as follows:
The communication box code must be the communication box code shipped by our company, and other codes cannot be bound.
3. Energy settings
After the user sets the site information, the next step is to set the energy information. Customers can set the energy information at will, as long as they enter the name specified by the customer.
As shown above, customers only need to enter a name to complete energy settings
4. unit price setting
After the customer completes the site settings and energy settings, the customer can set the unit price for a specified energy source at the designated site. The list is as follows:
The specific operations are shown in the figure below:
Customers need to select a specific site, then select a specific energy source, enter the current desired unit price, and then click OK.
5. tank configuration
After the customer configures the site and energy, they can configure the tank properties of the current site, mainly setting the energy type of the tank and tank alarm information, such as tank high-level alarm information, tank low-level alarm information, etc. After the settings are completed, The system will push alarms to customers promptly based on this alarm information.
The picture above is the specific information. Customers only need to switch to a specific site, select the corresponding energy type, and set the tank code. The tank code is a digital code. It should be noted that the tank code at the same site cannot be repeated. The subsequent step is to set the tank’s total Height and total volume.
6. device binding
After the user completes all the above operations, the user can set the last item and the most important item, which is gun device binding.
The current list of devices that have been added will show which sites are bound to which devices.
The above picture shows the specific adding operation. Customers need to select the site that has been created, and then the system will automatically display the corresponding communication box code. Later, they need to select a corresponding port to set the protocol parameters. The communication box has a total of four ports, and each port can be bound to different protocols. The current gun protocols include Lantian, Longye, Japan, Dart, etc. Other device protocols include liquid level meter protocol and RFID protocol. Customers can choose according to their own needs. Select Add. After the protocol selection is completed, equipment can be added. When adding gun equipment, the user needs to select the corresponding tank information. The system will automatically display the corresponding energy information and unit price information. After the creation is completed, the information will be sent to the designated communication box for communication.
7. Equipment Monitoring
After all the above operations are completed, users can monitor all the devices they have set up, as shown in the figure below:
Gun equipment information can display current gun energy information, current status, and real-time refueling data.
Tank real-time data information
Current site energy unit price configuration
Site reports, after the site has been operating for some time, the system will automatically count all corresponding report data.
RFID device working information.