The Vaki Smart Flow boasts a high level of efficiency and accuracy. Utilize the ability to gather and store information about your measured fish for an easy way to compare the size of the fish and the number.
Specifically designed for the IS1001 24V readers.
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- SmartFlow can inter-connect with all VAKI products.
- Provides optimized control and electronic fine-tuning
- Allows for remote monitoring on mobile devices
- Fully integrated and compatible with all species
- SmartFlow also enables dynamic size grading of fish, in two modes:
- Preset % for the lowest grade
- Balanced biomass in all grades
- Enables higher quality and accuracy of farm operations
- Collects and stores valuable stock information
- Real-time evidence and validation
- Provides grading based on biomass or actual count
- Easy access to highly valuable information
- Logging for future reference and tracing
- Preventive maintenance scheduling based on the duty cycle
- Easy to use and reduces the stress of employees
- Density Control
- Automates the regulation of fish density to enhance grading/counting accuracy. The process is fully automated.
- Fish Pump
- The counter measures the speed of flow and sends the information to the pump in order to regulate the pumping speed of the water and fish to prevent overload of the grader/counter.
- Smart Grader
- The feedback loop between the counter and grader can relieve the user from having to monitor the grading process manually and can result in an optimal distribution achieved between each grading category.
- The counter measures both size and the number of fish that passes through the grader in each grading category. The counter can thus estimate the relative size distribution category.
- Counting Report
- Automatic reporting system of all measured fish available along with the counting file containing the images of all the fish.
By integrating a feedback loop between the grader and the counter, both the slit and rotation settings of the grader can be adjusted to reach the optimal quantity of fish in each category.
As an example, if an equal biomass distribution is preferred between all categories, the counter will adjust the grader so that the category with e.g. small fish receives the largest number of fish to adjust for the relative weight difference of each individual fish.