M2E Wayne Interface Coming Soon!
The M2E board translates mechanical pump signals into electronic protocol. We have had a lot of success with the M2E board working with marinas, commercial bulk plants, and retail applications in the field. The Gilbarco interface is installed in over 100 sites so far and in 2021 we are finishing up the Wayne interface as well. We will have more information on that very soon. Whether you are running electronic pumps or mechanicals, TMS has something that will work, whether it is our MPC system, EZ, or M2E.
Triangle MicroSystems, Inc. (TMS) Celebrates it's 40 year Anniversary
Triangle MicroSystems, Inc. (TMS) is a fuel control systems company. We were formed in April
1978 as an engineering consulting business with our primary focus on contract engineering and
microprocessor-based product development. By 1982 the company had developed its own
product lines, a rapidly growing customer base, and expertise in the design and manufacture of
fuel control and automation systems for retail and commercial fuel dispensers. TMS has
continued to cultivate an excellent product reputation and favorable company image based on
our quality products, strong product warranty, and a highly customer-oriented service
department. Located in beautiful Raleigh, North Carolina, TMS is in the heart of technology with
the Research Triangle Park close by.
Triangle MicroSystems has a strong customer base from large scale to mom and pop stores, as
well as marinas and commercial sites. This has been accomplished through the development of a
network of over 500 distributors, dealers, and service accounts across the US and Canada. Our
controllers have been proven time and again to stand up to the harsh environments found in both
the C-Stores and Marinas.
The fuel control product line features our MPC and EZ consoles for electronic dispensers, the MPC
Hybrid console which now replaces the TMS-800F Plus controller for mechanical pumps, and the
M2E (mechanical to electronic) converter board. Our M2E boards convert mechanical pulses into
an electronic output, thus “converting” a mechanical pump into an electronic that can be controlled
by any controller. Also included in our line is the EZ/TXECSS System which has been developed in
response to a growing demand for an inexpensive pay-at- the-pump system. This product
combines a TMS EZ fuel controller with a PC application written by TXECSS of Richardson, TX., in
order to create a very cost-effective point of sale system. The EZ/TXECSS system is designed to
control a wide range of electronic dispensers, with or without on-board card readers, and will
manage any payment mode – cash, credit, debit, or proprietary cards. Costing significantly less
than other controllers, this product is ideal for small independent gasoline stations, marinas, and C-
TMS is continuing research and engineering development programs and will continue to provide
new and improved products for the petroleum equipment industry for many more years to come.
Triangle MicroSystems, Inc. (TMS), together with Allied Electronics, Inc.
and Triple E Technologies, LLC., is happy to announce an exciting new
solution for mechanical fuel dispensers.
The Mechanical-to- Electronic converter board, also known as the “M2E” allows
legacy mechanical dispensers to interface with the latest forecourt technology
This long-awaited technology is welcome news as it permits end users to forego
unneeded and costly dispenser upgrades in an age of cost prohibitive regulatory
Along with a point-of- sale system from Triple E Technologies and the powerful
NeXGen Forecourt Controller from Allied Electronics, the first site, with seven (7)
M2E boards, is currently installed and has been running seamlessly for more
than 3 months.
Since 1979, Triangle MicroSystems (TMS) has been a leading manufacturer of
fuel pump controls that are widely recognized for their value and reliability. TMS
also manufactures the EZ Console, which is a system widely recognized for its
consistent quality, high reliability, low maintenance, and service support.
When it comes to automation, no other company has done more for the retail
petroleum industry than Allied Electronics, Inc. Allied has provided the Major Oil,
Jobber and Hypermarket arenas with the latest in technology for service station
automation for nearly 40 years. Allied’s core business is supplying best-in- class
forecourt solutions. Specifically, Allied Electronics, Inc. proudly manufactures and
sells the NeXGen and AEGIS models of forecourt controllers.
Triple E Technologies, LLC. brings more than 30 years of knowledge to the
petroleum industry with flexible turnkey POS solutions designed to meet the
needs of any type of fueling location a petroleum marketer owns or operates.
Triple E is also a leading provider of payment software for the c-store and
petroleum industries with its “OneTouch Suite” software.
TMS Warranty and Service Information Updated
We have updated our Warranty and Service policy. Please read and familiarize yourself with our new policy here:
TMS Warranty. Thank you.
Introducing TMS Phone Support Plans
TMS is pleased to announce that we are now offering Phone Support Plans to our end users.
Phone Support is included in the cost of the system free for the first 90 days after shipment.
Customers may purchase a 12 month Support Plan during the 90 days for $299.00 which includes
unlimited phone support during normal business hours (M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm EST). After the initial 90 days, support calls will be billed at $69.00 per incident or a plan may
be purchased for $375.00. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or visit our
Support Plan page.
EZ PetroSmart Pay-at-the-Pump Update
Sixteen years ago, TMS entered into a joint venture with Special Service Systems of Tulsa, OK
to develop a low-cost pay-at-the-pump solution for the petroleum market. The resulting system
paired their PetroSmart credit card terminal with our TMS EZ gas pump controller, and has since
been employed in hundreds of stores across the U.S.
SSS has announced that they will be shutting down their business operations for good on November 30th, 2015. With
the closing of their doors, the PetroSmart terminal will no longer be available. Consequently, we regret to announce
that we can no longer offer the pay-at-the-pump option with our EZ system. This is effective immediately. SSS has
indicated that they will be contacting end users directly regarding this development.
TMS will continue to support the EZ console and honor the warranty of our portion of the system.
We will not, however, be able to support the PetroSmart card terminal except on a very limited basis
since this was Special Service Systems’ product and our knowledge is somewhat limited on it.
We will be exploring options for developing a new pay-at-the-pump solution, so please keep reading our newsletter
and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for future announcements.
We have a new address:
1807 Garner Station Blvd.
Raleigh, NC 27603.
We are now at 60+ problem free days on our installation with the Bennett Pacific reader/EZ PetroSmart system. We are now ready to begin taking orders for any of these new Bennett pumps with card readers as well as the new Wayne dispenser and CAT’s. Please call and talk with Tommy Goodson or Earl Parks and we will be happy to help you with anything you may need.
TMS is pleased to announce that we have installed our first site with Bennett Pacific pumps and card readers with our EZ PetroSmart console. We can now communicate to the newer Bennett and Wayne readers with the graphic displays and softkeys. We would like to thank Brad Howe, president of R & R Petro Services in Corpus Christi, TX for selling and installing this site.
Press Release - for immediate release
Triangle MicroSystems Announces New President, Tommy Goodson
Triangle MicroSystems, a leader in fuel pump controls since 1979, has announced the appointment of Tommy Goodson as its new president. “I am very excited to be a part of TMS and to have the opportunity to lead us into the future,” states Mr. Goodson.
Previously the Marketing and Sales Director for TMS, Mr. Goodson has 23 years of experience in the fuel control industry. Mr. Goodson began his career as a bench tech in 1991 and has since become a well-known and respected figure in the field.
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