Acrison’s state-of-the-art SBC-2000 Family of Weigh Feeder Controllers has been designed with an emphasis on performance, small size, reliability and ease of use. In operation, they provide robust, highly accurate control of Acrison’s dry solids and liquid 'Weight-Loss' Weigh Feeders, as well as all other Acrison Weigh Feeder models. SBC-2000 Controllers include virtually all of the features and functions previously available in earlier Acrison controllers, while adding an assortment of new features as well.
Acri-Data® is a multi-language supervisory and control program, which provides the user with the ability to access and modify set points, calibration entries and other functions within Acrison feeder controllers. Acri-Data® is also able to run controllers individually, or in a ratio-proportion or master/slave configuration of controllers.
Developed to provide the means for supervising and sequentially controlling up to 20 individual Acrison volumetric feeders batch feeding dry solid ingredients into a common Acrison Model 403B(D) Batch/Dump Weigh Hopper, the Model 740 Batch Weighing Control System is a Microsoft Windows Program that provides all of the necessary control for accurately batch weighing these ingredients, with complete data reporting.
Acrison uses several different variable frequency drive (VFD) motor controllers (e.g., furnished by Allen-Bradley, SquareD, Telemecanique and others), providing cost effective adjustable speed control for smaller single and three phase asynchronous motors, typically sized from 0.25 to 20 HP. Controllers are designed to global standards and ratings.
Acrison's Model 060 is an industrial-duty, variable speed SCR/DC motor controller providing accurate and dependable speed control of direct current (DC) motors used primarily as variable speed drives for Acrison's various model feeders.
Acrison's Model 040 is an inexpensive, industrial-duty, armature feedback, variable speed SCR-DC motor controller providing dependable speed control of direct current (DC) motors used primarily as variable speed drives for Acrison's various model feeders.
Designed to sense and indicate material flow, or the cessation of material flow, in conjunction with an Acrison feeder, Acrison’s accurate and reliable Model 800 Flow/No Flow Sensor utilizes Doppler Technology for sensing material flow/no flow. Typically installed in the right angle downspout of an Acrison Dry Solids Feeder, a low energy signal is transmitted by the Flow/No Flow Sensor into the flow stream of material as it discharges from the feeder.