Com­pu­load weigh­ing sys­tems

Com­pu­load of­fers range of weigh­ing sys­tems

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Com­pu­load weigh­ing sys­tems are ideally suited to all on-board weigh­ing ap­pli­ca­tions, from a ba­sic fork­lift lift to front-end load­ers, skid steers, tele-han­dlers, ex­ca­va­tors and trucks.

Load­ing cor­rectly the first time can spare the op­er­a­tor un­nec­es­sary move­ment and the need to either re­fill or re­move ma­te­rial if it’s over­loaded.

The Com­pu­load CL1000 is use­ful for ba­sic static weigh­ing ap­pli­ca­tions for fork­lifts and skid steers. Com­pu­load’s CL320 is a static weigh­ing sys­tem and IP69K rated, mean­ing it is built to work in the harsh­est of en­vi­ron­ments in small open cab load­ers and fork­lifts where the dis­play is ex­posed to weather all the time. The CL320 also has the op­tion to con­nect to the CL4070 printer to al­low you to print off the weigh­ing data, with an op­tion for to­tal­is­ing weight read­ings.

The Com­pu­load CL5000 and CL6000 can weigh in both static or lift-speed com­pen­sated/dy­namic modes and are more ideally suited to a tra­di­tional front-end loader, tele-han­dler and fork­lift So­las weigh­ing ap­pli­ca­tions.

Both the CL5000 and CL6000 can to­talise weigh read­ings, spilt load a truck and trailer weighs so you see what you have loaded on the truck and trailer separately as well as a grand to­tal. When con­nected to the CL4070 com­pact printer, this will al­low the op­er­a­tor to print this in­for­ma­tion as well as sep­a­rate bucket read­ings and weigh to­tals in hard copy pa­per form.

Com­pu­load CL6000 has all of the fea­tures of the CL5000 plus a few more. When used with the CL4070 printer, the op­er­a­tor can en­ter in data against the three de­fault prod­uct ID fields, en­abling the op­er­a­tor to en­ter a cus­tomer’s name, the prod­uct be­ing loaded and truck reg­is­tra­tion num­ber — and all three prod­uct fields can be changed if re­quired.

The CL6000 also has a mem­ory func­tion that will al­low the op­er­a­tor to store weigh­ing process data within the weigh­ing sys­tem, so there is no need to print each weigh­ing process if it is not re­quired at the time. The process can be fur­ther stream­lined by up­grad­ing the CL6000

USB down­load­ing port. This eas­ily down­loads the weigh­ing data from the CL6000 via a sup­plied flash drive to trans­fer the weigh­ing data to your PC. The trans­ferred data will open up in an ex­cel-type spread sheet and al­low you cre­ate a per­ma­nent record of the weigh­ing data.

When it comes to ex­ca­va­tors, the 3B6 I View sys­tem of­fers many of the same ben­e­fits and fea­tures of the CL6000, with print­ing op­tions, down­load­ing op­tions and large full colour dis­play. The same ba­sic prin­ci­ples ap­ply when get­ting the cor­rect weight out of the bucket.

The I View ex­ca­va­tor weigh­ing sys­tem re­quires two in­puts, one from the boom and one from the stick to get an ac­cu­rate weigh read­ing while a front-end loader only re­quires one or two in­puts de­pend­ing on the ma­chine size. It is ad­vis­able to cal­i­brate an ex­ca­va­tor weigh­ing sys­tem on a work­ing stock pile site to al­low a full range of mo­tion to get an ac­cu­rate cal­i­bra­tion. This means al­low­ing the boom and stick to be be­low the ex­ca­va­tor tracks.

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