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Dairy

COMPLETE ENVIRONMENTAL
Management for Dairy Farming

A SINGLE Controller for All Your Equipment

The MAXIMUS controller provides the opportunity to oversee a multitude of input and output factors within your dairy. The system automates the operation of all your equipment according to customized parameters. It also lets you take advantage of essential real-time data to make strong and effective decisions. This smart system simplifies the management of your dairy facilities to maximize your use of time.

MAXIMUS Controller

More than a Ventilation Controller

The Maximus controller manages:

  • Ventilation
  • Weather station
  • Temperature, humidity, THI
  • Lights
  • Water consumption
  • Foot baths
  • Alley scrapers, gutter scrapers and evacuation pumps
  • Generators
  • Farm/milk room access using card readers
  • And much more

Additional Benefits

  • Scalable system, up to 10 rooms or buildings
  • Remote management
  • Customizable reports
  • Multilingual
  • Free updates
  • 5-year warranty

Save Energy by Controlling Your Ventilation in Real Time

For optimal environmental conditions, the MAXIMUS controller facilitates your daily operations by combining all the parameters regardless of your type of ventilation (natural, tunnel, cooling).

Based on indoor temperature, the controller will maintain ideal temperature and humidity conditions in all your buildings by managing a gradual and synchronized transition of the ventilation for all the following equipment: inlets, misters, sprinklers, exhaust fans, circulation fans, natural or mechanical chimneys, etc.


Naturally Vented Dairy Farms

NATURALLY VENTED FARMS

Improve Your Ventilation with a Weather Station

Using a weather station, the MAXIMUS controller automates the ventilation operations by compensating and adjusting the curtains or panels opening according on wind speed, wind direction and rain.


HEAT STRESS INDEX (THI)

The MAXIMUS controller precisely calculates the value of the temperature/humidity index (THI) at all times. This accurate management can avoid a reduction of milk production in dairy cows, by providing an adequate environment at all stages of their life.

Alarms are also sent on any anomalies allowing you to react quickly and efficiently.


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