Temperature Monitoring Seed Corn in Drying Silos


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Producing quality seed corn takes much more effort than simply planting and harvesting. Agricultural producers understand how the time and temperature during the drying cycle of their seed corn affects both product quality and energy consumption. To optimize energy use and product quality, producers must be able to gather and view the time and temperature during the seeds’ drying phase. If the seed corn hasn’t been dried enough, it can easily mold and be ruined, but if the product is dried too much, expensive energy is wasted. Therefore graphs of these conditions are necessary to optimize drying operations. After analyzing this specific application for a customer, CAS DataLoggers specialists recommended the Accsense Continuous Monitoring System which included a Wireless Data Logger Gateway and Wireless Temperature Data Logger Pods for continual temperature monitoring and data recording.

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