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Fueling Automation

Seamlessly integrate RFID into FMS

The HID Global identiFUEL™ system consists of RFID-enabled components to seamlessly integrate into Fuel Management Systems (FMS) to simplify management for commercial fleet and retail fueling stations. Incorporating RFID increases visibility into operational functions for numerous use cases. Popular examples include monitoring and controlling costs, accurate billing, and to uniquely identify as well as authorize vehicles and drivers to dispense fuel from dedicated fueling stations.

Fueling Management Systems are used for commercial fleets fueling at dedicated industrial stations. Airport maintenance, mining and construction vehicles, transportation are just a few commercial examples. Additionally, FMS can be used in retail for customer engagement programs. Customer vehicles equipped with RFID vehicle tags and RFID-enabled gas stations can implement cashless payments, efficient fueling processes and customer loyalty programs.

Multiple RFID Vehicle Tag form factors available – four maintenance-free tags that automate and simplify vehicle identification. Vehicle Tags are programmable with specific fuel type requirements and suitable for multiple vehicle styles.

Ultra-rugged Vehicle Unit (optional) – can be connected to the vehicle electronics to seamlessly report valuable data on vehicle utilization, distance driven, engine cycles, and other operational statistics. The optional built–in RFID reader can read driver badge or keyfob for added security and statistics.

Robust Nozzle Unit reader – is easily installed on the fueling dispenser to read and transmit vehicle tag data to the FMS for authorization.

Wireless Controller – is a programmable base station to relay data picked up by Nozzle or Vehicle Units to the FMS and activate/deactivate fuel dispersion based on FMS authorization.

Robust LF RFID tags uniquely identify authorized vehicles in identiFUEL ™ System.


identiFUEL™ Vehicle Tags
The identiFUEL™ vehicle tags are highly robust maintenance-free passive low frequency (LF) RFID tags. They are designed for easy application on most industrial or consumer vehicles to wirelessly identify authorized vehicles to use the filling station and fuel type required controlled by Fuel Management Systems (FMS).

Vehicle RFID Tags are the easiest and most cost effective approach to identify vehicles to an FMS. However, if more advanced analytics are needed identiFUEL Vehicle Units can be implemented.

identiFUEL ™ vehicle tags are water and fuel-resistant and architected to withstand commercial fleet and retail fueling environments. To prevent fraudulent activities, vehicle tag models self-destruct if removed after installation.

Key Components:

Various form factors

Reports vehicle ID and fuel type to Nozzle Unit

Optional tamper protected models

Easy and durable affixation

125kHz, programmable tags


Uniquely identifies the vehicle to the Fuel Management System

Optionally reports distance driven and engine running times

Built-in RFID reader for optional driver authentication

The HID Global identiFUEL™ Vehicle Unit is an automatic system designed for vehicle identification and data reporting relating to vehicle usage.
The Vehicle Unit is installed inside the managed vehicle and should be connected to the odometer and ignition for optimal functionality.
Whenever the vehicle arrives at a corresponding fueling station with identiFUEL™ Wireless Controller, the unique ID of the Vehicle Unit is
reported along with the distance driven and engine running times.
This allows the Fuel Management System (FMS) operator to closely monitor vehicle utilization remotely.
The Vehicle unit is available in a rugged aluminum or standard plastic housing.
Connected to a proper antenna, the Vehicle Unit may also act as a lowfrequency (LF) reader to optionally
read an RFID badge or keyfob of the driver and / or the RFID tag on the filling nozzle (if no identiFUEL Nozzle Unit reader is used).
Two LEDs provide visual confirmation when the Vehicle Unit is scanning for tags. The tag information is sent along
with the vehicle unique ID and driving statistics to the FMS for reporting. It also enables the FMS to take more
sophisticated business rule decisions if and how much fuel shall be dispersed
based on driver and vehicle ID.


Vehicle Unit

HVU 903 / HVU 904
Base Model Number HVU903-1-1-GB-XX HVU904-1-1-GB-XX


Operating Frequency to Wireless Controller 433.92 MHz
Operating Frequency to Driver Badge 125 kHz
Power Supply Voltage 9 V to 16 V DC; 18 V to 26 V DC
Automotive Transient Protection
Power Supply Current 20 mA idle (no load on odometer supply)
40 mA active (no load on odometer supply)


Dimensions 3.1 × 4.5 × 1.2 in (80 × 116 × 32 mm) 3.2 × 4.5 × 1.3 in (83 × 114 × 34 mm)
Mounting Method Screw
Housing Material Aluminum Glass filled Nylon (PA6)
Color Black
Weight 10.3 oz (294 g) 4.5 oz (128 g)



IP62 - industrial environment. The HVU903 is sealed against water entry, however it is
advisable that the connector terminals face downwards.
IP50 - Designed to work in an indoor (dry) environment. The HVU904 is not sealed against water entry.
Humidity 0 to 95% relative humidity at +104° F (+40° C) non-condensing
Drop Test 1 m (3.28 ft) drop (in packaging)


Storage -40° to +176° F (-40° to +80° C)
Operating -13° to +140° F (-25° to +60° C)


Off < 1.2 V
On > 6.4 V


V/N Maximum 12 V
V,H Minimum > 2.5 V
V,L Maximum < 1.5 V
Resource Maximum 1.8 k Ω
Maximum Frequency 1.25 kHz
Minimum Pulse 0.67 ms
Calibration Up to 22.000 pulses per km
Counter Maximum 9.999.999 km or minutes


Output Voltage 8 V ±5 %
Output Current 60 mA maximum



EN60950-1:2001, EN61000-4-3:2006, EN61000-4-6:1996+A1:2001,
EN55022:1998+A1:2000+A2:2003, EN301489-1: V1.6.1, EN301489-3: V1.4.1, EN300220-2: V2.1.1,
EN300330-2: V1.3.1
User Interface 2 externally visible red LEDs

Quantity Per Box 1 pc.

Warranty 1 year

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