ELEVATE YOUR FUEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
ELECTRONIC PRESSURIZED LINE LEAK DETECTION (PLLD) SHUTDOWN ALARMS:
- Gross Test Fail Alarm: 3 gph (11.3 lph) test failure in fuel line or tank. Dispensing halts, if programmed to do so, while the alarm is active.
- PLLD Shutdown: ATG shuts down the line because of a failed line leak test, or an alarm assigned to disable the line is active.
- Continuous Handle Alarm: Handle signal has been active for a programmed number of hours.
- Fuel Out Alarm: Tank product level below 10” level - cannot pump when active.
- High Liquid Alarm: Liquid reached 8” on the dispenser pan sensor or 10” on the containment sump sensor.
- High Product Alarm: Product level has exceeded 95% of programmed limit.
- High Water Alarm: Water detected in tank exceeds programmed limit.
- Sensor Fuel Alarm: Fuel is present in the area being monitored by the sensor.
- Line Equipment Alarm: A problem with the pressure measurement equipment has been detected.
- Low Liquid Alarm: The sensor in a brine-filled interstice detects a decrease in the brine level.
- Mag Sensor Communication Alarm: Hardware failure - sensor or interconnecting wiring to console.
- Maximum Product Alarm: Product level rose above the programmed limit.
- Overfill Alarm: Fuel level has exceeded a programmed limit. Potential overflow of tank may occur.
- Periodic Test Fail Alarm: 0.2 test failure in fuel line or tank. Dispensing halts, if programmed to do so.
- Probe Out Alarm: Hardware failure - probe or interconnecting wiring to console.
- Sensor Open Alarm: Pressure sensor reading is less than -8 psi. Only tested while the pump is running. Dispensing halts, if programmed to do so.
- Sudden Loss Alarm: System detects loss of fuel during an idle period.
- Delivery Needed Warning: Product level dropped below programmed limit.
- High Water Warning: Water detected in tank exceeds programmed warning limit.
- No CSLD Idle Time Warning: System has not had enough idle time over previous 24 hours to run a statistical leak detection test.
- Setup Data Warning: Device setup data problem.
For additional information download the TLS System Warnings and Alarms Troubleshooting Guide.
The TLS System Warnings and Alarms Troubleshooting Guide (577014-243) contains a table of the common alarms, an identification of the affected device, the cause of the alarm, and the action needed. While this is a list of common alarms, the actual alarms displayed by a particular console will depend upon the features installed.