Top Fuel T3 with a built-in GSM modem is a device dedicated for remote monitoring, diagnostics and control of objects via short text messages (SMS/e-mail) or CLIP calls. Configurable messages send from device with static (text) or dynamic (text and measured values) content are a convenient way of passing important information to the monitoring center, or directly to the defined phone numbers. SMS and e-mail messages sending can be triggered by change of binary input state, reaching alarm thresholds, marker state change, counters and clocks.

Industrial design and practical set of I/O resources. Direct connection of temperature sensors lowers the cost of building system. The module can work with humidity sensors, water level sensor, pressure transducers, flow sensors, smoke, gas, motion, shock and noise detectors, etc.


  • Two-way communication via SMS and e-mail alarming
  • User-defined rules triggering communication (SMS, CLIP calls, e-mail) on binary inputs, timers flags, counters flags or registers, and internal markers state change
  • Binary inputs functionality: configurable input filtering; possibility of counting pulses in a user-specified range (max. 2 147 483 647) and direction (increase/decrease counter value)
  • Analog values measurement: temperature measurement with Pt100, NTC or 1-Wire sensors; voltage measurement in 0…10 V or 0…5 V range; current measurement in 4…20 mA range; possibility of linear scaling results of themeasurements to engineering units;
  • Universal Timers functionality: synchronization with internal RTC clock; user-defined counted time range
  • Configuration via USB port or from remote using SMS commands
  • Dynamic insertion of the variables (e.g. temperature measurement, binary input state) into SMS text messages
  • DTMF codes support
  • Internal logger – records the history of device operation; capacity up to 48 000 entries
  • 12/24V DC accepted power supply
  • DIN rail mounting
  • SMA antenna connector
  • Reach diagnostic LED set (module status, GSM communication activity, GSM signal strength, binary I/O’s state)


  • 4 optoisolated binary inputs
  • 4 relay – potential less outputs
  • Dedicated Pt100 input (2- or 3-wire) that can be configured to operate as voltage (0…10 V/0…5 V) or current (4…20 mA) analog input
  • Dedicated NTC sensor input that can be configured to operate as voltage (0…10 V/0…5 V) or current (4…20 mA) analog input
  • Two 1-Wire inputs that can operate also as serial ports
  • A USB port for configuration and diagnostic equipment
  • Real Time Clock (RTC) with the possibility of external
  • synchronization