How it Works

WilcoWireless ATG probes employs radio and modem communications technology to connect on-site monitoring equipment to the Simmons Central Monitoring Center. Wilco technicians work year-round, 24-hours-a-day, collecting and processing data, monitoring and responding to alarms, and generating compliance and business management reports.

  1. WilcoWireless ATG probes employ ultra-wideband, time domain reflectometry technology to measure tank levels. Data is transmitted via spread-spectrum radio signals to a remote receiver linked to the Wilco panel in your building.
  2. Liquid sensors in sumps and interstitial spaces also communicate with the remote receiver via spread-spectrum radio technology.
  3. Wilco panel with user keypad and display unit sends data between your business and the Simmons Central Monitoring Center via your existing telephone line. Data is transmitted on a daily basis. However, if certain alarm events are detected the unit contacts the Simmons Central Monitoring Center for immediate action.
  4. As an option, the Wilco panel also connects with your computer/POS system providing useful data to enhance inventory control.
  5. The Simmons Central Monitoring Center employs a state-of-the-art computer network, communications equipment, and trained professionals to monitor sites 24-hours-a-day. If an alarm is detected, a Simmons technician will respond immediately in the manner you have specified. Services include expert assistance, monitoring and responding to alarms, data storage, and the generation of accurate compliance reports which are transmitted via e-mail, fax, U.S.