Each silo can store a different type of grain and as such the control outputs are fully individual. To ensure that fans are indeed operating when requested, each fan (or set of fans) is provided with a feedback signal input.
Control of the grain is based on information entered during loading; tonnage, temperature, moisture, oil content (if applicable) and weather data gathered throughout the storage period. With this information the controller is capable of moving towards the target temperature and/or grain moisture as set by the end user.
Each Aeration Manager™ is in fact three controllers in one, allowing for drying, cooling and maintenance of the grain (in that order) with fully automatic transition between the three stages.
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