BinTrac® Remote Data Collection

Our motto is “You can’t manage what you can’t measure”. Using the BinTrac® remote data collection tools allows you to manage your feed bin inventory from the site using BinLink® or into your own database with BinSERVE® or anywhere using our Feed System Manager website.


  • BinLink® is proprietary software that allows you to remotely monitor single or multiple sites.
  • BinSERVE is our Enterprise level database that houses all the weight data. MS SQL output to third party systems to provide up to date and accurate information as you need it.

BinTrac® Remote Data Collection

  • BinLink® Software

    • BinLink® software provides a current snapshot of your feed bin inventory.
    • By using our site communications equipment, you can connect multiple sites.
    • BinLink can be used locally or through a static IP provided by your Internet Provider or using our “Always On” data service.*

    *Fees apply when remotely connecting to BinLink with our “Always On” Data Service.

    In addition to current BinLink also provides:

    • The last (4) FILL EVENTS for each bin.
    • 24 hour feed usage for the last (4) days.
  • BinSERVE

    BinSERVE provides hosted, automated data retrieval of current and logged data.

    Data Collection

    • Automated data collection across multiple sites
    • Collects logged bin weight data
    • Collects equipment alarms
    • Data integrity and error detection
    • Auto retry for failed data transmittals
    • Secure communication protocol
    • Work with cellular, internet static IP and data quality land line

    Data Storage

    • Secure database
    • Manageable SQL database format
    • Stores logged bin weight data in 1-hour increments
    • Third party data access available

    Quality Assurance

    • Monitor & verify remote communications
    • Monitor system & device performance
      • – Site device connection
      • – BinTrac indicator settings
      • – Invalid zeroing of bins
      • – Bin weight data performance
    • Remote diagnostic testing