Bullseye Controller

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Bullseye Bin Controller

The Bullseye Controller Monitors EMC and CEMC to run fans during storage. The Bullseye will effectively manage moisture content to eliminate shrink and maintain condition of the grain in storage, adding valuable shelf life, promoting zero bin entry to increase safety on site and improving margins.

Maintain Temperatures
The key to successful storage is managing grain temperatures. The Bullseye controller will help the grain manager maintain the right grain temperature for the season to maximize shelf life. The controller will assist the grain manager in reducing the risk of sprouting, bridging, crusting, hot spots, spoilage, condensation, problems that occur with moisture migration, eliminate shrink and maintain grain temperatures in the bin for the best possible quality of grain.

Minimize Shrink
The most common problem solved with the Bullseye Controller is soybean shrink. Too often commercial facilities are over-drying the bottom 3rd of their soybean bin to manage temperatures. This is avoidable with the Bullseye Bin Controller.

Key Benefits

Promote Zero Bin Entry
Detect Hot Spots
Monitor Head Space Temp
Operate Power Roof Exhaust Fans to Keep Head Space Dry
Improve Shelf Life
Increase Profits
Remote Access ADLINK

Features

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ADLink

Remote communication with the Bullseye Controller. Allows you to view status, change settings, graph historical data and send alerts to yourself when statuses change or a threshold is met. Standard ADLink is now Included with all new controller purchases. This feature is available as an upgrade to all existing Bullseye Controllers.

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On Board Static Pressure

Available option to be able to graph and view the bin’s static pressure online through ADLink as well as on the controller screen when your at the bin site. Available option with new controllers or as an upgrade on existing controllers. Recommended with controllers connected to ADLink.

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CO2 Sensor

Available option that will read CO2 levels, head-space temperatures and relative humidity inside the grain bin. The CO2 sensor is available with new controllers or as a retrofit to existing controllers.