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System Types

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James McFatter

on 22 April 2016

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System Types
How to use your system
COMM
This system type can be configured to use Vehicle keys, User keys, Both keys or Either key.

The key/card is checked against a Lock-out list to verify the key has not been de-authorized.

The information that is entered at the keypad is only recorded, but not verified.
KEYLESS
Keyless systems have the same behavior as the VMN system by default, except they do not require keys/cards.

The keypad entries can be verified or just checked to see if they are de-authorized.

This system type can still utilize vehicle keys if necessary.
OTR
Allows for recording of fuel for refridgerated trailers.

Based on the VMN system type, but has option for a reefer identifier to be recorded while only needing one vehicle key.

When vehicle key is inserted, FMU prompts, "ARE YOU FUELING A REEFER?" If user selects 'Yes', he/she will be prompted for the reefer ID. If no, the transaction will be recorded just like a standard VMN transaction.
Commercial Systems
Keypad verification only, but still supports keys/cards
Over The Road
Operation of the FMU and the prompts displayed to the user vary based on the system type selected during the installation process. System types provide varying levels of security for fuel access. They can allow you to determine what information will be stored on your keys and what information the FMU will verify via keypad entry.
VMN
Verify Miscellaneous Number
In this system type, Vehicle information is encoded on the Prokee®/Smartcard, and the FMU will prompt for a User ID.

The key/card is checked against a Lockout list (stored in the FMU) to verify the key has not been de-authorized.

The User ID entered at the keypad is verified against a Lock-in list (stored in the FMU) to verify that the user is authorized.
FuelMaster
System Types

VVI
Verify Vehicle Information
In this system type, User information is encoded on the Prokee®/Smartcard, and the FMU will prompt for a Vehicle ID.

The key/card is checked against a Lock-out list to verify the key has not been de-authorized.

The vehicle ID entered at the keypad is verified against a Lock-in list to verify the vehicle is authorized.
The Three Questions
What system type works for me?
Will you be using Prokee or Smartcard?
What type of reports do you run?
Vehicle reports or User reports
How secure do you want to be?
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