CDS-John Blue Company Introduces Electronic Liquid Blockage Monitor System
Now growers can be sure of their liquid application flow from the cab of their tractor.
HUNTSVILLE, AL, October 12, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- CDS-John Blue Company is pleased to introduce the new Liquid Blockage Monitor System (LBMS). Now growers can know their liquid application flow from the cab of their tractor. Our patent-pending system shows both low-flow and no-flow problems now. Problems can be corrected immediately before yields are diminished costing valuable time and money.
The CDS-John Blue LBMS uses magnetic sensing technology mounted behind the CDS-John Blue VisaGage II Flow Monitors. The operator is alerted with an audible alarm and visual display when the ball and flow in an individual row has dropped below a selected level. Each row with a distribution problem will be highlighted by a flashing LED light at the row. The flashing LED light eliminates the need to remember or search for which row is blocked after you come to a stop.
Two display options are available, our standard wired display or the popular wireless Apple i-Pad . A grower can select at which level on the VisaGage the alarm will sound when a ball drops to or below that level. The Apple i-Pad Premium System will also display high flow for broken lines. LBMS i-Pad App is free and available from the Apple App Store.
About CDS-John Blue Company:
CDS-John Blue Company manufactures liquid agricultural pumps and products for both chemical application and irrigation use. Call 800-253-2583 for more information or visit our web site: http://www.cds-johnblue.com.
Diana Kuhl Stubbs CDS-John Blue Company Huntsville, Alabama USA Voice: 760-772-5242 E-Mail:Email us Here Website:Visit Our Website
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