BinMaster has kicked off 2018 with a new look for our website and some impressive new sensor software updates for the 3DLevelScanner that can improve inventory management and operation safety. Check out this issue of the Insider to learn more!
In this issue of the Insider, we get right to the point—point level sensors that is! Find out why rotaries are popular for high and low-level alerts and learn more about the multiple uses of capacitance probes. Read BinMaster's white paper on the importance of finding the right point level sensor for each application. Want to find an affordable bin level alert or plugged chute detector? Learn how pressure (diaphragm) switches, vibrating rods, and tilt switches are right on point.
Check out these BinMaster products and feature articles to see how level sensors can make your life easier. From managing flow problems to fitting existing mounting openings, BinMaster can meet your needs. Check out our featured articles in this edition to learn more about the the correct sensor for your application and your safety!
This edition of the newsletter will solve your level sensor uncertainty. Read BinMaster's white paper, How to Select a Continuous Level Sensor to learn more about the different types of sensors. See how the 80 GHz non-contact radar provides continuous level measurement—even in extremely dusty powders and bulk solids. Learn how 3D uses advanced acoustics-based technology and multiple point measurement to provide non-contact volume measurement. Want inventory on you phone or tablet? The BinView web application provides real-time inventory management that is both convenient and easy to learn.
Check out the newest and most sensible level and flow sensor solutions from BinMaster! Find out how BinMaster makes 80 GHz non-contact radar better with a variety of options.If you liked eBob, you will love the new Binventory inventory management software that works with a wide variety of BinMaster sensors. Want inventory on you phone or tablet? Try the BinView web application. Imagine what it's like to see through bins walls with the 3D scanner - the only sensor that measures and maps the material surface and shows a 3D visual.