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Wireless Propane Tank Monitor

One sensor, so many benefits

The benefits of Monnit’s ALTA® Propane Tank Level Monitor run deep for those selling propane and propane accessories. Compatible with Sr & Jr R3D® Remote Ready gauges, this sensor installs within 15 minutes, allowing propane providers to remotely monitor tank levels.

If levels fall below user-set limits, this LPG level sensor alerts designated personal via text, email, or call.

Four seasons & reasons to install a level sensor


  1. Providers always know:
    The sensors eliminate time-consuming physical checks. Within seconds a tech can check levels via smartphone or PC.
  2. Customers never run dry:
    Widely dispersed customers don’t need to worry about running out—a tremendous value-add for providers.
  3. Streamline operations:
    Remote monitoring eliminates in-the-field checks, saving vehicle wear-and-tear and freeing personnel to address other needs.
  4. Customer satisfaction:
    Switching to needs-based delivery minimizes interruptions and saves customers from reinitialization fees.

Provider-tested and -trusted, the propane sensor below brings tremendous value to businesses like yours—join them today.


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Wireless Propane Tank Level Monitor

Monnit’s Wireless Propane Tank Level sensor is enclosed in a NEMA-rated housing to withstand ice, wind-driven dust, sleet, snow, and hose-directed water.

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Applications

  • Propane Level Monitoring

Which Sensor is Right For Me?

  • Enterprise AA-battery powered: Our most popular type is ideal for typical commercial & enterprise environments, such as server rooms. A 1,200+ ft. range readily covers most facilities.
  • CC-battery powered: Compact sensor is great for space-restricted areas such as control cabinets or cold storage.
  • Industrial: Sensor's weatherproof, NEMA-rated enclosure withstands demanding indoor/outdoor use, e.g., warehouses & production facilities.
  • PoE•X: Power over Ethernet sensors integrate with a building's PoE network; it can also be used with a standard Ethernet infrastructure & powered via an optional AC adapter.
  • MoWi: This discreet sensor uses your own Wi-Fi for networking and data transmission—popular for smaller businesses and facilities.
Still not sure which sensor type to choose? Visit our Sensor Comparison page.

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Features

1200+ ft. Range
Up to 12 Years of Battery Life
Automated Data Logging

Benefits

Unbeatable Range Eases Networking
Dependable, Worry-free Operation
Streamlined Compliance & Data Analysis

How Monnit Sensors Work

How Monnit Sensors Work