Axtec launches new weighpad

Axle weighing specialists Axtec will introduce an ultra lightweight weighpad to the UK at CV 2003. Using the very latest strain gauge technology, the new pad has no load cells and no moving parts, which means better accuracy and improved reliability.
axtec.gifThe new pad uses a combination of state-of-the-art electronics and high tech materials making it extremely lightweight and low profile.

Widely used in the US for enforcement, each pad weighs less than 16kg making them extremely easy to handle. The low profile means vehicles will find it easy and safe to get onto them. Each weighpad has its own display which means they can be used individually or connected in combinations to provide axle and gross weights. An optional weight console can be used to provide a printout or store weights in memory for later processing.

Powered by internal rechargeable batteries, the pads can be used on any hard surface and require no separate power supply.

The integral display not only shows weight but also displays simple instructions and messages making the scale very easy to use. Built in diagnostics check the pad for correct functioning every time it is switched on which ensures accuracy each and every time.

Designed for use in a harsh industry, any part of the scale, including the display can be run over by a vehicle without damage.
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