Edge Control

EDGE™ is a single platform that is versatile and intuitive allowing it to handle all control functions for broiler, breeder, pullet, layer, turkey and virtually any other poultry application. The unique design makes EDGE the only controller on the market that can be configured to match your operation’s specific requirements and is flexible enough to be adapted to new or existing houses. Throughout your birds’ growth stages, the management of HVAC, lighting, nutrition and weighing systems is made easier with EDGE.
• Remote Access   
• Modular Architecture         
• Self-Diagnostics 
• Multi-Room / Multi-House Controls 
• Multi-Language Support
Navigation is easy with the large, 15" color touchscreen. Everything is right in front of you for quick, easy navigation. The buttons are large enough to be touched even when wearing gloves. Color-coded notifications give you real-time status of your entire operation. Site-wide conditions can also be monitored from the touchscreen.
Plug in an Ethernet cable and you are ready to take control of the system from the comfort of your truck, office, couch, and anywhere in between. EDGE gives you the freedom to leave the farm while knowing you are only one touch or click away
Triple layers of protection, with fail-safe redundancy to control mission-critical functions.
Modular architecture allows the system to be built exactly to your needs. Whether you run a large operation with dozens of sites or a smaller facility with one or two houses, EDGE scales with the appropriate number of inputs and outputs and become more economical as your operation expands.
The built-in Configuration Wizard is designed to guide you through the initial set-up by prompting you with questions about each of the specific applications that have been installed. Simply input the fans, inlets, temperature probes, lights, and other equipment you have, where they are located, and the production type (broiler, breeder, layer, pullet, turkey). Based on this information, EDGE will automatically configure run settings to operate at optimal conditions.
Should anything go wrong, the built-in self-diagnostics make troubleshooting easy. Before you go flipping through a manual or calling tech support, self-diagnostics can identify a number of issues. The system can tell you when a sensor is disconnected or incorrectly wired, if a piece of equipment is drawing too much or too little current, or if internet connectivity is down. It will pinpoint exactly where the problem is and what you need to do to fix it.
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