iDDR™ – Volume Measurement
iDVR™ – Speed Measurement
iLDR™ – Misalignment/Freeboard
Precise measurements under all environmental conditions. Precise at all belt types.
Accuracy > 99%
Full contour scan. No drift. Contact free measurement.
Online and real time volume measurements. Machine control by throughput/load position measurement. Production utilization statistics.
Installed and calibrated in one shift. For all standard industrial interfaces. No software installation, no maintenance, no cleaning.
More Key Qualities
Robust – Measurement results not affected by dust, rain, snow, steam, temperature conditions or wind
Direct volumetric measurement – Important for stockpile and bin dumping control without overload
Easy to install – Can be integrated into existing structures (hardware, software)
Compact – Scanner, processing unit and software in one IP 66 housing
Easy access – Via Webserver or other interfaces
For high volume flows – No belt size limitation
For narrow and wide conveyors – From 0.6 m to 3.0 m in width (from ~24" to ~120")
Unaffected by belt wear and vibration – Weight cells misreadings caused with wear and vibration
High accuracy – Through high sampling rate of 15 Hz
Instant on-the-spot application – Directly applicable at transfer points
Single auto calibration – Merely one initial parameterization required
Safe – No precautions necessary
iBelt™ is in use around the world in a wide spectrum of applications. The solution is highly adaptable and worry-free for industries that demand reliable and exact information about material flow.
Laser scanners are sensitive to weather conditions: Dust, rain, mist, snow and steam inhibit consistent measurements. These measurement errors cause excessive volume flow rates.
Belt scales require frequent recalibration. Load cells or strain gauges have to be mechanically integrated in a time-consuming procedure. They also have to be recalibrated on a regular basis. Even sophisticated and well serviced systems yield measurement errors of 5-10%.
Radioactive measurements are expensive and complex (transportation, radiation protection, complex hardware etc.).