Fueling & Lighting Controls

Seneca Companies can handle fueling and electrical work for our clients. Our team of talented electricians can build panels to power fuel dispensers, remediation systems, STP motors, tank monitoring equipment and emergency systems. Seneca has perfected a dependable exterior lighting contactor using light intensity to automatically turn on and off different lighting zones as determined by the client. Our panels often use relay logic over printed circuit boards for extended life, as well as being easier to maintain and alter.

Meet all your fuel dispensing NEC and NFPA control requirements with one simple panel.

  • Panels are prewired to simultaneously disconnect all circuits leading to fuel dispensers when external emergency stop switches are triggered. (Required by NEC code 514.11.)
  • Panels are prewired and fitted with individual dispenser switches to allow means of removing all voltages (high and low) during service and maintenance. (Required by NEC code 514.13.)
  • Panels are prewired to disconnect power to all dispensing devices, to remote pumps serving the dispensing devices and associated power, control and signal circuits when an emergency shutoff device is triggered. (Required by NFPA code 30A, Section 6.7.)

Exterior lighting manager

Exterior lighting circuits are routed through contactors integrated in the panel. These contactors are controlled by rooftop light intensity sensors which are shipped loose within the panel. Once mounted, the store exterior lighting system turns on/off as needed throughout the day.  

The lighting manager helps customers reduce energy consumption by ensuring exterior lighting is off during daylight hours.

One manager override switch is mounted to the control panel door in the event that the manager would like all exterior lighting on, no matter what the natural light intensity.


  • Seneca Companies panel shop is certified for both UL 891 (panel board) and UL 508A (industrial controls).
  • Panels are constructed by master and journeyman electricians. 
  • Individual store specific CAD drawings are referenced and included with each panel.
  • Only high quality components are used, including industrial strength relays and contactors. We do not use delicate circuit boards.

Other benefits include:

  • Helps accelerate construction schedules.
  • Provides low and stable pricing for all stores.
  • Decreases on-site electrical work.
  • Ensures store-to-store consistency.
  • Speeds up future dispenser servicing and troubleshooting.
  • Ships entire panel directly to your construction site.
  • Site specific CAD drawings are provided for each panel.
  • Friendly and knowledgable customer service and support.
  • Facility located in the central Midwest for easy shipping anywhere in the country.
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