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BinMaster develops the SmartBob HM

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BinMaster has introduced an innovative weight-and-cable based level sensor for mounting on the side of a bin, tank or silo. The SmartBob HM (horizontal mount) can be used when it is not possible to install the sensor on the top of the bin.

The SmartBob HM features a rigid extension that is custom-made from 12 to 36 in. long to install on the side of the bin through a 4 in. opening. Precise level measurements are taken at pre-determined time intervals at a location directly below the probe to continuously monitor the inventory of material inside of the bin.

The SmartBob HM continuous level sensor works like an automated tape measure, but eliminates the need to climb bins for manual measurements to reduce the risk of accidents in the workplace. Like all models of SmartBob sensors, it helps save time, money, and increase employee safety by sending level measurement data directly to a control console or eBob software installed on a PC. It is listed for Class II, Groups E, F and G and enclosure types NEMA 4X, 5 and 12, ensuring the sensor is safe to use in locations where combustible dust may be present. It can be used in a mixed network of SmartBobs that are installed on the top of the bin or are monitoring other materials for a complete inventory management solution.


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