Inventory Management System Offers
- Interfaces With Two Level Sensor
- Remote/Vendor Managed Inventory
- Unique Server/Client Security and Database
- English/Spanish Language is standard
Elburn, IL -- Monitoring and managing
your silo inventory is an important job. Production
depends on it, and accounting may insist on it. Monitor
Technologies LLC offers SiloTrack Version 3.5, which
makes your job easier than ever before. Flexibility
is key! One type of level measurement sensor
technology does not fit every bulk solids inventory
monitoring application. That's why the SiloTrack Version
3.5 inventory management system will interface with
Monitor's Flexar(TM) smart guided wave radar and SiloPatrol(R)
SE smart cable-based sensors. In addition,
SiloTrack V3.5 offers choices for local and remote
inventory monitoring and even offers the ability
to switch between English and Spanish language with
a simple mouse-click. That's flexibility and performance you
can count on.
SiloTrack V3.5 provides a graphical interface for up to 128 silos per system,
with a wide variety of capability including automatic report generation and scheduling,
email alerts for re-order points and you can even switch between English and
Spanish languages. SiloTrack V3.5 is a smart system using Server and Client
software. This means you can be assured of having your latest database of information
right at your fingertips, and not thousands of miles away at some third party
Internet service provider site.
In addition, SiloTrack provides security for your data and your internal IT system. SiloTrack
V3.5 uses your LAN, WAN/Internet or dial-up connection to transmit database uploads
between Server and Client. All transmissions are encrypted and user name/password
protected. You don't have to worry about the third-party Internet provider connection
going down when you're on your own internal LAN or WAN. Your data is secure and
accessible all the time.
Monitor Technologies LLC is a leading supplier of level, flow, particle emission
and aeration instrumentation for the worldwide powder and bulk solids market.
The experience and market knowledge gained over five decades has earned Monitor
a reputation for providing high quality and reliable product solutions. Monitor
is located in Elburn Illinois, give us a call today and let us put our creative
solutions to work for you!
For more information refer towww.monitortech.com or contact Ms.
Emily Jones at 1-800-766-6486 (630-365-9403).
The TrueCap® Model MK-2
RF Capacitance point level probe is designed to provide a superior
and stable sensitivity threshold making it suitable for a variety
of powder / bulk solids and some liquid or slurry applications.
Advanced features of the Model MK-2 include: > Automatic immunity to material build-up on
the probe by its driven shield design > Push-button calibration > Enhanced temperature compensation > Maximized reliability via smart sensing algorithms
like “self-validating” fail-safe protection > Visible status LED on ordinary location units > Versatility through a variety of configuration
options including: hazardous location version, split architecture
design, quick-connect process connection, stub probe, cable extensions,
solid extensions, Nylon® probes, Ryton® - equiv. probes,
A practical application for the TrueCap would be to use this level sensor where
a residual material build-up on a different sensor would cause a false material
Principle of Operation for the TrueCap RF Capacitance Level
The vessel wall and the active probe element establish an impedance reference
between each other when exposed to air which has a dielectric constant of 1.
When materials with a dielectric constant greater than 1 are in close proximity
to the probe, the impedance of the sensing field between the sensor and the vessel
wall will change. Once the amount of change exceeds a threshold that was electronically
determined during the calibration process, an output relay will either be energized
or de-energized depending upon the position of the fail-safe selector on the
probe’s electronic circuit board. A change of as little as .5 pico-farad
is all that is necessary for the probe to sense the presence of material.