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Neptune E4000 Electronic Register

The Neptune E4000 electronic register automates transaction operations for deliveries of LPG, distillate fuels, and other commercially distributed liquids through flow meters on bulk delivery trucks.

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Neptune 800 Series Mechanical Register

The 800 series register is the latest of four multi-function devices specifically designed for petroleum distribution and industrial process industries.

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Neptune 600 Series Mechanical Register

The 600 series Register is mechanically driven designed for easy adaptation to a local or remote batching and recording system

Model 157 Register

The Model 157 Register is a non-resettable totalizer that provides an increasing cumulative reading.

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Neptune Pulsmate Electronic Register

The Neptune Pulsmate Electronic Register enhances the flow management capabilities of Type MP and magnetic drive Type S flowmeters.

Neptune E1000 Electric Register for Dispensers

Simple, reliable electronic registration for dispenser meters

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PD6830 Pulse Input Rate/ Totalizer

The new PD6830 Explosion-Proof Rate/Totalizer brings modern design, easy readability, and enhanced functionality to hazardous areas around the world in a way never seen before

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PL 100 LPG Dispenser Pump

The PL100 has been specifically designed and manufactured to met the rigorous requirements for pumping volatile liquids such as LP gas.

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Digital Pulse Transmitters

Digital transmitters produce signals that exist only in one of two states: ON or OFF. These states may also be referred to as HIGH or LOW, or 1 or 0 (zero).

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Neptune Batchmate 1500

The BATCHMATE may be thought of as two separate counters and a rate meter. The “batching” counter counts to “pre-warn” and “preset” set points entered by the user and enables separate control outputs. The “totalizing” counter gives a cumulative reading or grand total.

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