3D Multiple-Scanner System

Model: MVL

In very large bins, tanks or silos, the BinMaster MVL 3D multiple-scanner system is the answer for precise inventory management. The MVL system integrates multiple-point measurement data from two or more 3DLevelScanners to cover a very wide surface area which makes it able to estimate inventory volume with greater accuracy than previously available from any level measurement device. Using advanced processing and software, the MVL displays a visual representation of the material surface showing high and low points in the bin such as cone up, cone down, sidewall buildup or bridging.

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MVL Multi-Scanner System
MVL Multi-Scanner System
3D Level Scanner Installation
3DLevelScanner: Installation
3D Level Scanner Introduction
3DLevelScanner: Introduction
3D Neck Extension Assembly
3DLevelScanner: Neck Extension Assembly
Applications
  • Grain silos including 105s or million bushel bins
  • Large covered grain storage facilities
  • Ethanol facilities with large bins of corn or DDGS
  • Bins or bunkers of coal, fly ash or limestone at power plants
  • Large clinker, cement or limestone silos at cement manufacturing plants
  • Wide soybean silos used in biodiesel production
  • Animal feed stored in large silos, bunkers or warehouses
  • Bins storing fertilizer or sand
  • Mining operations with silos or stockpiles of limestone or ores
  • Large domes of bulk raw sugar
  • Ports with large storage silos and domes
  • Covered domes or bins storing salt
Features
  • Significantly increases inventory accuracy in very large, wide silos
  • Two or more scanners optimally located to effectively cover the entire surface area
  • Multiple scanners continuously measure and map the material surface
  • Controller synchronizes data and creates single 3D visual of contents
  • Software estimates volume and provides minimum, maximum and average distances to material
Specifications

Preferred Applications: Powders and solids

Measuring Range: 200 feet (61 meters)

Process Temperatures: -40°to +185°F (-40°to +85°C) Standard, -40°to +356°F (-40°to +180°C)

High Temp Process Pressure: -0.2 – 3 bar (-2.9 to 14.5 psi)

Signal Output: 4-wire 4 - 20 mA/HART/RS-485/Modbus

Emitting Frequency: 3 KHz to 10 KHz

Supply Voltage: 20 to 32 VDC

Power Consumption: Max 1.5 W @ 24 VDC

Hazardous Locations: CFM Intrinsically Safe Class I, II, Division I, Groups C, D, E, F, G (US & Canada)

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