Product Showcase: BinMaster's SPL-200 Battery Powered Laser Level Sensor | The Powder Show 2020

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Product Showcase: BinMaster's SPL-200 Battery Powered Laser Level Sensor

Location: Booth 2521

Date: Thursday, April 30

Time: 11:15am - 11:30am

Track: Product Showcase

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

The BinMaster SPL-200 battery-powered level sensor uses a single point
laser to measure dry bulk materials stored in silos without the complexity or
expense of wiring. This wireless level sensor is easy to mount on a silo
roof, easy to power using replaceable batteries, and utilizes a wireless
long-range transceiver to transmit measurement data up to one-mile
line-of-site. The SPL-200 measures distances up to 98 feet in low dust
pellets and granules. When used for inventory monitoring, these level
sensors take interval readings once an hour with a battery life of three to
five years. The sensor installs through a 1-1/2" NPT connection. A
swiveling mounting plate allows the sensor to be pointed at the optimal
measuring location. Once installed, the sensor is connected to BinView
cloud-based software. Inventory is accessed via the internet from a phone,
tablet, or PC. Battery-powered sensors are saving operations money on
wiring and installation costs. When used with inventory management
software, they save time and prevent material shortages.