How to connect with third-party management systems?

Bluesky gas station management system

Except for the Joy fueling Management system from Bluesky, there are a lot of famous third-party gas station management systems in the market, like DOMS, FUSION, PTS, and some local suppliers in each region.

Bluesky as the only public company in this field in China, we have the No.1 export amount for fuel dispensers in China.

During over 26 years of history, we have exported to many countries,

part of the clients will prefer to use third-party gas station management systems,

so we have the obligation to help them let Bluesky’s fuel dispenser communicate with the third-party gas station management system successfully.

There are normally 3 types of electronic controllers that are mostly used in the overseas market,

they are LT-BPRO and LT-LG electronic controllers for single and double nozzles and LT-H electronic controllers for multi-nozzles.

But there are totally 4 different kinds of communication protocols available, they are Bluesky protocol (664 and 886),

Tatsuno protocol (664), Japan protocol (886), and Wayne Dart (886). In the future, we will have the Gilbarco two-wire protocol.

Through the Bluesky protocol, it already can communicate with some management systems from local suppliers,

because we will provide detailed Bluesky protocol documents to them, and they will develop it in their system.

By the Tastuno protocol, it can successfully communicate with the DOMS controller and POSTEC controller, Tokheim Fuel POS, and the Alvic controller.

By the Japan protocol, it can successfully communicate with PTS-1 and PTS-2 controllers from Ukraine,

and through the DART protocol also connects with this controller.

By the DART protocol, it can successfully communicate with the Fusion controller from Wayne.

In the below, we will introduce detailed wiring instructions for all 3 types of electronic controllers.

LT-BPRO electronic controller

LT-BPRO224

Step 1: Do the wiring connection, the RS485 port is located in the main board, only connect A and B two wires with your system.

LT-B
Step 2: Set the communication address and protocol type on the keyboard, the address range is 0-99,

Which means can at most connect with 99 pcs nozzles.

LT-LG electronic controller

LT-LG224

Step 1: Do the wiring connection, the RS485 port is located in the main board, only connect A and B two wires with your system.

LT-LG
Step 2: Set the communication address and protocol type on the keyboard, the address range is 0-99, Which means can at most connect with 99 pcs nozzles.

LT-H electronic controller

LT-H362

The communication RS485 port is located in the keyboard because one keyboard normally will control 1-4 nozzles.

But step 1 is still to do the wiring connection, connect A and B two wires.

LT-H

Step 2: Enter the keyboard menu to select the corresponding protocol and set the base address, the difference between the above controller is the base address,

the nozzle address is not input directly, it is calculated according to the below formula.

Gun Address= Base Address + GunNumber -1
After finishing the above operations, the Bluesky fuel dispenser can successfully communicate with gas station management systems.

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