Before setting the Omnicomm ICON display, disconnect the Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensors.
Connect the Omnicomm ICON display to a РС using Omnicomm
Run Omnicomm Configurator:
Select equipment – “Indicator”.
- “Connection” – select the equipment to which the Omnicomm ICON display is connected. Possible options: Fuel Level Sensor, Terminal
- “Fuel level sensor operating mode” – select the data output mode for an LLS fuel level sensor. Possible options: automatic data output, no automatic data output
- “ICON network address” – set the Omnicomm ICON display network address. Default value – 240
The “Used tanks” section is described in the Calibration subsection.
In the “Display mode” section:
- “Authorization required” – check the box to enable driver identification using the MIFARE Ultralight card. For successful identification the terminal should be configured according to the terminal user manual, the Omnicomm ICON Display section
- “Respond to threshold exceeding” – check the box to enable sound notification when registering the event set according to the Parameters display on the screen subsection
- “Slideshow” – check the box to enable automatic switching of the main screens in slideshow mode. Configure the main screens according to the Parameters display on the screen subsection
- Press the “Record into device” button
Omnicomm ICON display supports up to 4 fuel tanks. The maximum number of Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensors is 4.
To add calibration tables for fuel level sensors, in the “Used tanks” section press the “Add tank” button.
A window will open, where you select a .ctb file with calibration tables for Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensors.
To view and edit the calibration tables, press the “Calibration tables” button.
Parameters Display on the Screen
Omnicomm ICON display supports up to 30 main screens with different sets of parameters (only when connected to a terminal). For each main screen you can select up to 5 parameters. To display the parameters, configure the display according to the Omnicomm terminals user manual.
List of parameters:
- Temperature of 1-wire 1..8 – temperature from the sensors connected to the terminal. Values for 8 temperature sensors may be displayed
- UI1..6 – reading from the terminal universal input. Values for 6 universal inputs may be displayed
- Speed – vehicle speed according to the terminal readings
- Number of the tank
- Total fuel volume in the tanks
- USS – fuel volume dispensed through the dispensing gun of the fuel-servicing truck when using the PPO-USS device (only for Omnicomm Profi)
- Engine hours – value of engine hours
Press “Add parameter”.
For each parameter, specify:
- Units of measurement – units of measurement for the parameter. Select the units of measurement from the list or add your own by selecting “Other”. Enter the unit of measurement in the “Unit name” field
- Measurement accuracy – select the number of digits after decimal point to display. Possible values: 1, 2, 3
- Minimum threshold – enter the minimum value of the measured parameter
- Maximum threshold – enter the maximum value of the measured parameter
- Sound notification – enable/disable sound notification if thresholds of monitored parameters are exceeded
- SMS sending – enable/disable SMS sending if thresholds of monitored parameters are exceeded
Arrange the parameters by holding down the left mouse button and moving the parameter to the desired location:
To add a main screen press “Add screen”.
If you change the connection type to the "Fuel level sensor", the configured main screens will be deleted.
The Omnicomm ICON display supports up to 10 driver’s statuses.
In the “States” section:
Press “Add status”.
Enter the status in words and press the “Record into device“ button.
The “Refueling” status is always present in the Omnicomm ICON display and used to monitor the refueling volume.
To adjust brightness when the main screen is displayed, press and hold the corresponding button:
The program finishes the brightness adjustment and switches to the main screen automatically in a few seconds, or you can do it by left-clicking the mouse.