Factory directly provided CM Weighing Module Series – CM-C-(M) Paraguay Importers
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Column type，hermetically sealed structure, compression,?IP67&IP68, fast dynamic response, simple to install, easy to use, suitable for truck scale, railroad scale and other special scale.
|Recommended Excitation Voltage||5V～18V(AC or DC)|
|Maximum Excitation Voltage||24V(AC or DC)|
|Operating Temperature Range||(-30～+70)℃|
|Compensated Temperature Range||(-20～+60)℃|
|Temperature Effect On Load||±0.02%F.S/10℃|
|Temperature Effect On Zero||±0.02%F.S/10℃|
|Mode of Connection||Input+:Red
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As you may know, wrapping machines help many industries save time, energy & money while wrapping pallets on the daily.
Unfortunately Most machines are designed to wrap pallets but do not come with any weighing abilities.
Therefore, Most operations have to do twice the work!
First they have to weigh the pallet on a industrial floor scale, then pick the load up & place it on the wrapping machine to wrap.
This process of going back & fort for weighing & wrapping slows downs the operation.
Our Ps-Pi integrated weighing system was designed to be added to any existing stretch wrap machine. Turning it into a scale without cutting, drilling, bolting and most importantly not affecting the warranty to any previously owned machine.With it’s integrated and sleek design you will never even know it’s there.
In addition, we could build 5 to 10 thousand pound capacity Pi scale bases with Accuracy of 1 pound. Depending on your needs & wrapping machine capabilities.
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