Gas Station : Multimedia and Motor Registry Operations


   
square-arrow-blue The New Economics of Gas Stations
 
When you drive into a gas station, not only can you fill up on gas, but also inspect your car. If you have time, you can park the car and go into the supermarket to do some shopping. At the same time, the LCD displays in the supermarket are constantly broadcasting product commercials and messages, so that you buy a little bit more and satisfy your purchasing desires. Combining gas filling, car inspection, and shopping, gas stations today not only provides convenience, but also creates new business opportunities for itself. In order to deliver vehicle inspection service, gas stations have to link up to the Motor Vehicles Office using the I/O Device linkage to GPS to perform long range wireless transmission. In addition, the LCD displays located within the supermarkets are also linked to the GPS through the I/O Device so that headquarters can update new commercials and messages.

The frequent driving in and out of cars from the gas station, vibration, noise, and lightning all can affect the long range signal transmission of the I/O Device. The SUNIX I/O Device provides customers with surge and isolation protection for customers to choose from, which ensures that information and important equipment will not be damaged by sudden changes in electric voltage. Moreover, for gas stations provided diverse services, the SUNIX I/O Device Auto Detect and Switching design allows the various devices on the I/O Device to automatically switch signals. “Simple and convenient” has become the core competitive force behind the new gas station economics.
   
square-arrow-blue WHY SUNIX
   
RS-422/485 Auto Detect and Switching
 
The SUNIX RS-422/485 Card has the unique RS-422/485 Auto Detect and Switching design, which can detect and determine whether the equipment point is a RS-422 or RS-485 and then automatically switches signals. This type of design saves engineers the trouble of having to switch signals when using the equipment.
   
Complete surge and isolation protection
 
The RS-422/485 is usually used for long range signal transmission. During the transmission, because of the long distance, signals are very likely to be affected by abnormal electrical surges or even lightning strikes. With the complex environment of gas stations, the SUNIX RS-422/485 provides 600W surge and 2.5K isolation protection to choose from, so that data transmission and customer´s equipment won´t be effected when sudden changes in electrical voltage occur.
   

 

Gas Station : Multimedia and Motor Registry Operations


   
square-arrow-blue The New Economics of Gas Stations
 
When you drive into a gas station, not only can you fill up on gas, but also inspect your car. If you have time, you can park the car and go into the supermarket to do some shopping. At the same time, the LCD displays in the supermarket are constantly broadcasting product commercials and messages, so that you buy a little bit more and satisfy your purchasing desires. Combining gas filling, car inspection, and shopping, gas stations today not only provides convenience, but also creates new business opportunities for itself. In order to deliver vehicle inspection service, gas stations have to link up to the Motor Vehicles Office using the I/O Device linkage to GPS to perform long range wireless transmission. In addition, the LCD displays located within the supermarkets are also linked to the GPS through the I/O Device so that headquarters can update new commercials and messages.

The frequent driving in and out of cars from the gas station, vibration, noise, and lightning all can affect the long range signal transmission of the I/O Device. The SUNIX I/O Device provides customers with surge and isolation protection for customers to choose from, which ensures that information and important equipment will not be damaged by sudden changes in electric voltage. Moreover, for gas stations provided diverse services, the SUNIX I/O Device Auto Detect and Switching design allows the various devices on the I/O Device to automatically switch signals. “Simple and convenient” has become the core competitive force behind the new gas station economics.
   
square-arrow-blue WHY SUNIX
   
RS-422/485 Auto Detect and Switching
 
The SUNIX RS-422/485 Card has the unique RS-422/485 Auto Detect and Switching design, which can detect and determine whether the equipment point is a RS-422 or RS-485 and then automatically switches signals. This type of design saves engineers the trouble of having to switch signals when using the equipment.
   
Complete surge and isolation protection
 
The RS-422/485 is usually used for long range signal transmission. During the transmission, because of the long distance, signals are very likely to be affected by abnormal electrical surges or even lightning strikes. With the complex environment of gas stations, the SUNIX RS-422/485 provides 600W surge and 2.5K isolation protection to choose from, so that data transmission and customer´s equipment won´t be effected when sudden changes in electrical voltage occur.
   

 

Gas Station : Multimedia and Motor Registry Operations


   
square-arrow-blue The New Economics of Gas Stations
 
When you drive into a gas station, not only can you fill up on gas, but also inspect your car. If you have time, you can park the car and go into the supermarket to do some shopping. At the same time, the LCD displays in the supermarket are constantly broadcasting product commercials and messages, so that you buy a little bit more and satisfy your purchasing desires. Combining gas filling, car inspection, and shopping, gas stations today not only provides convenience, but also creates new business opportunities for itself. In order to deliver vehicle inspection service, gas stations have to link up to the Motor Vehicles Office using the I/O Device linkage to GPS to perform long range wireless transmission. In addition, the LCD displays located within the supermarkets are also linked to the GPS through the I/O Device so that headquarters can update new commercials and messages.

The frequent driving in and out of cars from the gas station, vibration, noise, and lightning all can affect the long range signal transmission of the I/O Device. The SUNIX I/O Device provides customers with surge and isolation protection for customers to choose from, which ensures that information and important equipment will not be damaged by sudden changes in electric voltage. Moreover, for gas stations provided diverse services, the SUNIX I/O Device Auto Detect and Switching design allows the various devices on the I/O Device to automatically switch signals. “Simple and convenient” has become the core competitive force behind the new gas station economics.
   
square-arrow-blue WHY SUNIX
   
RS-422/485 Auto Detect and Switching
 
The SUNIX RS-422/485 Card has the unique RS-422/485 Auto Detect and Switching design, which can detect and determine whether the equipment point is a RS-422 or RS-485 and then automatically switches signals. This type of design saves engineers the trouble of having to switch signals when using the equipment.
   
Complete surge and isolation protection
 
The RS-422/485 is usually used for long range signal transmission. During the transmission, because of the long distance, signals are very likely to be affected by abnormal electrical surges or even lightning strikes. With the complex environment of gas stations, the SUNIX RS-422/485 provides 600W surge and 2.5K isolation protection to choose from, so that data transmission and customer´s equipment won´t be effected when sudden changes in electrical voltage occur.
   

 

Gas Station : Multimedia and Motor Registry Operations


   
square-arrow-blue The New Economics of Gas Stations
 
When you drive into a gas station, not only can you fill up on gas, but also inspect your car. If you have time, you can park the car and go into the supermarket to do some shopping. At the same time, the LCD displays in the supermarket are constantly broadcasting product commercials and messages, so that you buy a little bit more and satisfy your purchasing desires. Combining gas filling, car inspection, and shopping, gas stations today not only provides convenience, but also creates new business opportunities for itself. In order to deliver vehicle inspection service, gas stations have to link up to the Motor Vehicles Office using the I/O Device linkage to GPS to perform long range wireless transmission. In addition, the LCD displays located within the supermarkets are also linked to the GPS through the I/O Device so that headquarters can update new commercials and messages.

The frequent driving in and out of cars from the gas station, vibration, noise, and lightning all can affect the long range signal transmission of the I/O Device. The SUNIX I/O Device provides customers with surge and isolation protection for customers to choose from, which ensures that information and important equipment will not be damaged by sudden changes in electric voltage. Moreover, for gas stations provided diverse services, the SUNIX I/O Device Auto Detect and Switching design allows the various devices on the I/O Device to automatically switch signals. “Simple and convenient” has become the core competitive force behind the new gas station economics.
   
square-arrow-blue WHY SUNIX
   
RS-422/485 Auto Detect and Switching
 
The SUNIX RS-422/485 Card has the unique RS-422/485 Auto Detect and Switching design, which can detect and determine whether the equipment point is a RS-422 or RS-485 and then automatically switches signals. This type of design saves engineers the trouble of having to switch signals when using the equipment.
   
Complete surge and isolation protection
 
The RS-422/485 is usually used for long range signal transmission. During the transmission, because of the long distance, signals are very likely to be affected by abnormal electrical surges or even lightning strikes. With the complex environment of gas stations, the SUNIX RS-422/485 provides 600W surge and 2.5K isolation protection to choose from, so that data transmission and customer´s equipment won´t be effected when sudden changes in electrical voltage occur.