Push‐Button Access to Silo Inventory

Control console provides local access to silo inventory

Get inventory data instantly at the push of a button. The C‐100 console mounts at a convenient location in the plant or a loadout. Employees simply walk or drive up to the C‐100 and review level data from level sensors from one to 128 silos from a single console. The rugged NEMA 4X enclosure can be mounted indoors or outside. The local display eliminates the need to visit a control room or PLC and complements BinView or Binventory inventory management software.

The C‐100 offers measurements displayed as feet or cubic feet, US gallons or bushels, and tons, metric tons, or kilograms. Measurements can be output as height of material or distance to product (headroom). Configuration uses intuitive push‐button controls  in English or Spanish. User settings are stored in a non‐volatile memory to protect against data loss in  the event of power failure. All models feature a 24 VDC power supply and a NEMA 4X enclosure rating for resistance to dust and rain.  

The C‐100‐SB model is used with SmartBob level sensors, the C‐100‐MB is for use with SmartBob sensors requiring a Modbus output, and the C‐100‐R is compatible with NCR non‐contact radar, and GWR guided wave radar, and SmartSonic ultrasonic level sensors.

About BinMaster, BinMaster got its start in the early 1960s when a local seed company asked Garner Industries to fabricate a switch to alert when bins were full. Today, BinMaster is a privately held, independent US manufacturer of point and continuous level indicators and inventory management systems used for monitoring bulk solids or liquids in bins, tanks, silos, and hoppers. More than just level sensors, the company offers complete solutions using wireless devices and web applications to send data to a control room, console, smartphone, tablet, or PC. Robust, custom systems can be developed for a single site or networked across a multi‐national operation.  BinMaster is certified to ISO 9001 quality management systems— requirements. 

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