PigTek’s CHORE-TIME® Feed Inventory System makes precise feed management simple and economical
Load Cell handles up to 10,000 pounds (4,500 kg) per feed bin leg
Load Cell Indicator Control is simple to operate for monitoring feed bin weights
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Precise Feed Management
Made Simple, Economical
PigTek’s CHORE-TIME® Feed Inventory System provides an economical means for managing and monitoring feed stored in feed bins on the farm.
Producers can easily:
- Check feed bin weights by using a read-out screen.
- Get precise weights to aid in better managing feed inventories and help prevent costly out-of-feed events.
Designed to work as a stand-alone system, the CHORE-TIME feed inventory system also can be connected with the popular CHORE-TIME C-CENTRAL™ or C-COLLECT® software to provide remote location and multiple house monitoring.Product Features and Advantages
- Provides real-time inventory data for on-farm feed storage and consumption without needing to climb feed bins and visually checking feed levels.
- Kits available for single and two-bin systems with three, four or six bin legs. Gross capacities up to 60 tons (55 metric tons).
- System easily adapts to new or existing facilities.
- Rugged, weather-resistant load cells add 6 inches (152 mm) to overall bin height.
- Load Cell Indicator display unit:
- Mounts on the feed bin or can be located in a building up to 1,000 feet (300 m) away.
- Offers a built-in communication (FNM) board and data port for off-site monitoring using CHORE-TIME® C-CENTRAL™ or C-COLLECT® software.
- Displays feed weights for up to two separate bins sitting on two different sets of load cells.
- Shows weight in either pounds or kilograms along with date and time displayed with either 12- or 24-hour clock setting.
- Practical screen navigation and edit keys offer quick indicator control set-up and changes.
- Password-protected access feature restricts control operation to authorized users only.
- Alarm function alerts operator to system alarms and warnings and includes a list with date and time of the 10 most recent alarm events.
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