The power of advanced
No spreader control and communications system delivers more information, more easily, than Bromma SCS³.
The visualization monitor illustrates spreader sensors and valves, the communications status of buses, the control panel for operating the spreader, and runtime and spreader data. It allows operators to tune spreader parameters online or revert them to factory settings. It also allows advanced users the opportunity to make more detailed configurations. Also, security controls extend to up to seven user levels.
Beyond this, the SCS³ system has a full range of external communications capabilities, creating unsurpassed accessibility to external resources. On the system, all user interfaces have a web equivalent which can be accessed with a web browser. Depending on how the spreader is hooked up, information can be accessed either by cable, WLAN or internet. The onboard PDF reader provides access to manuals, diagrams, drawings, and spare parts data.
Terminals can perform various on-line functions, such as adjusting sensors, as terminal engineers can evaluate and control the spreader from the central terminal control room. (The single biggest fault problem on a spreader is a sensor that’s out of adjustment. The ability to make sensor adjustments online is a great time saver). Global terminal management organizations also gain an important information collection tool – terminal users can automatically transmit spreader events, logs, alarms, and MMBF statistics to the terminal organization headquarters for comprehensive retroactive spreader fleet performance analysis.
Easy. Simple. Intelligently advanced.
The new SCS³ spreader control system represents the new frontier in spreader control, diagnostics, prognostics and communications.