Barn Monitoring & Control

The Agrimesh Barn Management System uses Artificial Intelligence and Wireless Mesh Technology to control climate inside livestock, poultry, and hog barns. The system can control ventilation (variable triac, variable with drive or On-Off fans), heaters, air curtains, curtains, actuators, garage doors, lights, and more. Agrimesh uses wireless probs to monitor temperature and humidity, C02, static pressure and NH3. All probs are powered by a D Battery and are fully wireless. The Agrimesh modules are wired to the equipment they are controlling. The only wiring involved is the connection wire from the modules to the equipment. The communication between Agrimesh modules and probs, and the main hub is fully wireless. The Agrimesh modules and probs are constantly communicating with each other and reporting back to the main hub. The hub is the brain of the operation. It is connected to the internet. It is where the information is processed, analyzed, and calculated to determine the next ventilation combinations. The data is then sent to the cloud to be stored and updated on the Agrimesh Online Platform.

Description

Install

Install the Agrimesh sensors on your lighting, fans, heating and several other equipment.

Plan

Determine your guidelines and instructions for setting temperature, humidity rate, CO2 level and much more, depending on your type of animal husbandry!

Relax

Retrieval of sensors’ data, real-time analysis and continuous system reaction to ensure optimal conditions!​

Fast and Wireless Installation!

The Agrimesh system created an internal network for communicating with the various components installed in your buildings.

The Internet is down? No problem! The system then continues to operate locally without any interruption. Installation is simple and needs no configuration on your part.

Control Products

emHub

EmHub is the mastermind behind the Agrimesh system. It is the gateway containing the processor that controls, supervises, and enables devices to interact with each other and makes final decisions based on gathered data. EmHub is like a dedicated computer; in fact, it is the artificial intelligence that manages the entire Agrimesh system.

Because emHub is a modern gateway, it connects to the Internet and gives the owner remote access to the entire system. Even if the Internet is down, the system works locally without interruption. Once the Internet has been restored, emHub will update automatically and the accumulated information will be transferred to the cloud.

Rest easy knowing you have emHub. This powerful minicomputer manages your heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and lighting systems.

Install emHub in a few minutes. Connect the Ethernet port behind the EmHub to your Ethernet connection using an RJ45 Ethernet cable. Then connect the power adapter to the EmHub and to your electrical outlet. No configuration needed!

emPower R3

This is a wireless device with three independent relays. The device can power up to three 15-amp circuits. The emPower R3 system can control many fans, incubators, electric valves, or other devices requiring a power up.

emPower D1

This wireless control device controls variable output devices such as fans without drive, motors, and lighting.

emActuator

This wireless control device controls actuators that open or close air traps and doors.

emWall

This wireless control device controls Polymats, an inflatable air curtain.

emDrive

This wireless control device changes speed on fans with drive.

emDoor

This wireless control device automatically opens and closes garage doors.

Monitoring Products

emBreath

A wireless temperature and humidity sensor that the farmer may install around animals to have the most accurate reading possible.

emCO2

A wireless sensor that measures and controls CO2 in the barn.

emNH3

A sensor that measures and controls ammonia.

emScale

A wireless balance that measures birds’ weight.

emFlow

A wireless sensor that conveys water consumption and sends out alerts when problems arise.

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