SmartBob C-100 Console: The SmartBob C-100 Console from HMA Instrumentation is the easiest way to remotely initiate and view measurements from multiple sensors. This compact, manually-operated console provides fast measurement readings from one up to 128 SmartBob sensors at a single location, at the push of a button.

SmartBob C-50 Analogue Expansion Console: The SmartBob C-50 Analogue Expansion Console from HMA Instrumentation interfaces with the C-100 SmartBob Control Console to provide multiple 4 to 20 mA outputs, enabling monitoring of multiple bins equipped with SmartBob2 or SmartBob-TS1 sensors from a single C-100 SmartBob Console.

SmartBob HM: The SmartBob HM from HMA Instrumentation is an innovative version of BinMaster’s proven SmartBob weight-and-cable based level sensor for mounting on the side of the 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.

SmartBob-TS1: The SmartBob-TS1 sensor from HMA Instrumentation is an economic, compact inventory tracking system designed for use in smaller tanks and silos. With numerous sensor probe styles, the SmartBob-TS1 effectively measures solids, powders, liquids, or slurries. With a variety of mounting accessories, it can be used with almost any configuration of silo, bin, or other bulk storage vessels.

BinCom: BinCom from HMA Instrumentation helps manage the inventory of powders and solids in bins, tanks and silos either on premises, at other corporate locations, or a customer or vendor location miles away. By knowing when vessels are reaching empty and are ready to be filled, customers can optimise purchasing, eliminate out-of-stocks, reduce safety stocks and plan delivery schedules.

SmartBob AO: The SmartBob AO from HMA Instrumentation is a weight and cable-based, stand-alone continuous level sensor featuring direct analogue output. A simple push-button user interface built into the SmartBob AO circuitry is used to configure the bin parameters and assign the functionality of the relays.

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