The ME3000 is an electronic calculator designed to control the measurement systems mounted on tank trucks or loading plants for delivering light petroleum products.
- Designed for installation in fuel tankers or loading plants.
- Certified for use in zones 1 and 2 and for the measurement of light petroleum products and LPG.
- Controls up to 4 volumetric or mass meters and performing 2 deliveries simultaneously.
- Controls 4 pure products and 2 blending products.
- Controls 5 independent liquid output per meter.
- Controls 4 power outputs and 4 digital outputs totally configurable per meter.
- Controls 4 configurable digital inputs per meter.
- Static and dynamic electronic calibration per product.
- Product temperature measurement using a temperature probe (optional).
- Compensation of volume at 15 ° C through the ASTM tables 54 A, 54 B (refined petroleum products), 54 C, 54 D, 54 E (LPG) using a temperature probe (optional).
- Maximum quantity resolution: 1 decimal point.
- Non erasable totalizers per product, per meter and global.
- User friendly.
- High resolution backlit graphic display
- Three level access keys (user, maintenance and supervisor).
- Log of deliveries, errors and configuration accesses.
- Communication ports for connection with printer and POS simultaneously.
- Ambient temperature range: -20°C ÷ 55°C.
- Power supply: 24 VDC (18V ÷ 30V) / 230 VAC (using an external power supply).
- RS485 communication port to connect with POS (legacy protocol ME2000 or legacy protocol ME3000).
- RS232 communication port to connect with a ticket printer (EPSON TM-295, Intermec PB42/PB50, Blaster Printer…)
- Evaluation certificate TC8250, issued by the NMi, in accordance with the following metrological standards:
- WELMEC guide 8.8 “General and Administrative Aspects of the Voluntary System of Modular Evaluation of Measuring instruments under the MID”.
- OIML R117-1 Edition 2007 (E) “Dynamic measuring systems for liquids other than water”.
- EC type certificate 09ATEX2022X, issued by the LOM, for installation in classified zones 1 or 2 according to ATEX Directive.