How do I check my EFS?

How do I check my EFS?


  1. Name – Type the customer’s name.
  2. Total Amount – Type the amount listed on the check.
  3. Check Number – Type the check number listed at the top of the check.
  4. Issuer Number – Type the first 6 digits of the customer’s money code.
  5. Transaction Number – Type the remaining digits of the money code.

What is E300 relay?

The E300 Electronic Overload Relay is the next generation electronic overload from Allen-Bradley®. Its modular design, communication options, diagnostic information, simplified wiring and integration into Logix make this the ideal overload for motor control applications in an automation system.

What is the money code on an EFS check?

Typically, an EFS code will be given to a fleet owner or directly to a driver. The code varies in length, but is usually 10 digits. Once received, the trucking company has several options to redeem their money. Express Codes can be cashed at most truckstops or any bank as long as EFS is accepted.

Where can I cash an EFS check near me?

Where Can I Cash My EFS Check Near Me?

  • Pilot Flying J Travel Centers (Limit: $999.99)
  • Love’s Travel Stops (Limit: $999.99)
  • TA-Petro (Limit: $300)
  • Road Ranger truck stops and travel centers (Limit: $999.99)

What is electronic overload relay?

The electronic overload relay is a microprocessor-controlled device designed to protect three-phase and one-phase motors against excessive temperature rise from overload and phase failure. An electronic overload relay offers reliable and fast protection for motors in the event of overload or phase failure.

Do EFS money codes expire?

EFS Money codes default to have an auto-expire date of 180 days. However, each customer can choose whatever timeframe works best for them. Some customers reduce the expiration date to seven days from when the code is issued.

Where is EFS accepted?

EFS FTS Fuel Card is accepted at over 5,200 major and independent truck stops nationwide! The card ALWAYS entitles you to the CASH price posted at the pump. Over 1,900 locations including Loves, Pilot, Flying J, TA, Petro and more are a part of the EFS network that provides additional discounts.

How does the e300 electronic overload relay work?

The E300 Electronic Overload Relay offers a second FLA setting for 2-speed motor protection. What used to require two separate overload relays – one for each set of motor windings – can now be accomplished with one device. Improved protection is delivered as thermal utilization is maintained in one device during operation in both speeds.

What can The E300 sensing module do for You?

The E300 sensing module with voltage, current, and ground fault current will provide the user with enhanced current-based motor protection with the addition of voltage protection. With this option, users can protect against voltage issues (e.g., undervoltage, voltage imbalance, phase loss, frequency, and phase rotation).

What is the trip delay on the e300?

Current Imbalance (Asymmetry) The E300 Electronic Overload Relay offers current imbalance trip and warning settings adjustable from 10…100%. The trip function also includes a trip delay time with a range of 0.1…25.0 seconds. Remote Trip

Which is overtemperature protection does the e300 provide?

Overtemperature Protection (PTC and RTD) The E300 Electronic Overload Relay provides motor overtemperature protection with the added provision for monitoring embedded positive temperature coefficient (PTC) thermistors with the E300 Control Module and resistance temperature detectors (RTD) with the E300 Analog Expansion Module.