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NozzleCrocodile complements vehicle telematics and GPS tracking systems by monitoring personal cars and small commercial vehicles' fuel consumption.
NozzleCrocodile reads control pulses from the engine injector's wires (nozzle) and converts them into normalized pulses for further evaluation in a data processing unit. The number of transmitted pulses is directly proportional to the volume of consumed fuel.
NozzleCrocodile is mounted on the wires of engine nozzle. When the control pulse goes through the wires, NozzleCrocodile detects the signal, reads and repeats it on the output.
- Output signal: Pulse
- Power supply: 10 - 50 VDC
- Cable length: 0.7m
- Connector: none (open wires)
Advantages of NozzleCrocodile
- Safe connection to nozzle control wires: NozzleCrocodile reads signals through wire insulation without damaging wires. Contactless readers has no influence on signals in control wires.
- Operation without presetting - NozzleCrocodile is a ready-to-use pulse counter, which does not require pre-configuration – no service kits, no service software.
- Universal pulse output - NozzleCrocodile can be connected to almost any telematics unit or display, equipped with pulse counter input.
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