YoLink Smart Gas Pump Collection
Welcome to our new YoLink Smart Gas Pump (Fuel Tank & Dispensing Security Systems) collection page! Please don't mind the dust, as we continue to improve this page with new and relevant content. If there is a question this page does not answer, please click the link at the bottom of the page, for questions or design assistance.
New to YoLink?
If you are starting your first YoLink system, you will need a hub. YoLink devices do not connect to your WiFi or even directly connect to your network. Your YoLink devices communicate directly with your Hub, which is the only device that connects to your network.
You have two Hubs to choose from, our original YoLink Hub or our new SpeakerHub. SpeakerHub is an audio hub, capable of playing custom tones/sounds and messages. Spoken messages, in clear text-to-speech-based phrases of your choice.
SpeakerHub is recommended for your smart fuel pump security solution, as it can audibly give you very specific information about the status of your fuel pumps, but it is recommend to verify you have a 2.4GHz WiFi network available, and you are able to add devices/equipment to it, or if you will require an IT professional to do this because of your store's particular network setup.
YoLink, by YoSmart (a US corporation based in Irvine, California), is a line of smart products for residential and commercial use, utilizing wireless technology initially utilized for industrial and other large-scale applications. This technology, LoRa, short for Long-Range, is unique in the smart home industry and provides you with benefits that include 2 to 10 year battery life, 1/4 mile extreme long range, superior wall and obstruction penetration, including concrete, masonry and even metal!
YoLink benefits include a more secure automation network due to a centralized and encrypted internet connection, as the devices are not on the internet and they do not rely on WiFi. All communication is encrypted, and controlled by AWS servers, for finance-grade security, backups and redundancies. Our patented Control-D2D device-to-device pairing allows for offline operation, including functionality even after the loss of WiFi, internet, and AC power, making it perfect for your critical operations, such as water leak detection and automatic shut-off and security.
Because of our particular, long-range wireless technology, that transmits through metal (gas pumps), and offline mode, YoLink is particularly well-suited to this application. We offer optional central station monitoring; no required subscriptions. We also have a web dashboard that can be used to manage many, many devices at many sites/locations.
What is YoLink Control or Control-D2D?
Control D2D (device-to-device) pairing allows for one or more sensors to be paired with one or more other sensors, in a way that they will respond and operate automatically, even with the loss of WiFi, internet and AC power. For example, leak sensors can be paired to a valve controller, so that the water is shut off automatically when a leak is detected. This is a unique feature not found in other smart water leak systems.
If your smart system absolutely must perform, no matter what - power outage, loss of internet - you can depend on YoLink Control-D2D!
What is LoRa?
We'll spare you the techy mumbo-jumbo and simply tell you that LoRa, short for Long-Range, is a unique wireless communication standard that has superior obstruction penetration, and achieves incredibly long range while using very little power. YoSmart was the first to bring LoRa technology to the smart home, and we continue to innovate, with two-way encryption, and patented Control-D2D device-to-device pairing that offers an offline mode that will continue to provide functionality even with the loss of internet and AC power.
By comparison to smart devices that utilize WiFi, Z-Wave and Zigbee, the YoLink wireless network can achieve over 1300 feet in open air, compared to their ~300 feet.
Step 1: Select Your Hub
Choose either our original YoLink Hub, or our SpeakerHub. Customers love our new SpeakerHub, as it can play attention-getting sounds, like a siren sound, and verbally inform you of off-normal and alarm conditions.
Please see the Hub or SpeakerHub pages for additional info.
See the "email a smart systems architect" banner below, if design assistance is required.
Step 2: Select Your Motion Sensors
Step 3: Select Your Sirens
Step 4: Select Optional Door Sensors:
Step 5: Select Additional Optional Items
Step 6: Consider Additional Optional Items