Load Rack Control
TopTech MultiLoad II Products - Innovative Load Rack Control
Toptech's MultiLoad II suite of products offers the ultimate combination of usability, features and scalability.
MultiLoad II was designed to improve the traditional pre-set model by offering a number of key benefits, such as: ease of use, powerful stand-alone
operation, seamless integration with automation systems, near limitless scalability, and powerful features.
- Full colour LCD display
- Division 1 and 2 enclosures
- Alphanumeric keypad
- Control up to 12 loading arms per bay
- Up to 5 meters and 16 additives per arm
- Internal I/O options scaled for 1 - 2 arm applications
- Modbus interface with Krohne mass meters
- Wireless communication options
- Multi-lingual interface (English, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Mandarin)
- Integrated card reader options
- Powerful stand-alone operation
- Automatic temperature and pressure correction
- Up to 300 driver IDs/PINS in stand-alone mode
- Stores 10 000 transactions in stand-alone mode
- Open protocol and Modbus-RTU support
Flexible Product Options:
The MultiLoad II product suite is designed to be modular and scalable to fit the needs of virtually any loading application. MultiLoad II can be
equipped with one of two internal I/O boards and/or utilise external I/O Modules (FCMs) to address the I/O control needs of the application.
In addition, the MultiLoad II Platform is available in a range of both Division 1 & 2 enclosures.
Distributed I/O Control for Complex Loading Applications:
MultiLoad was the first truly modular pre-set solution to revolutionise the industry. To accomplish this, Flow Control Modules (FCMs) are mounted
in an external enclosure which is distinct and separate from the pre-set interface (MultiLoad II RCU). The FCM enclosure houses all of the I/O modules
required for a particular loading bay. Each FCM module contains its own microprocessor.
As each FCM is added to the configuration, total processing power is increased and the MultiLoad becomes more powerful as it is required to address
more complex loading scenarios. If I/O needs increase, one or more FCMs can be snapped into the enclosure for simple and cost-effective upgrades.