Wireless weighing

  • 20-Aug-2010 03:33 EDT


Intercomp’s RFX wireless weighing technology is featured in a compact, handheld, general product indicator for use with RFX aircraft scale systems. The technology uses 2.4-GHz wireless frequencies, which are accepted worldwide. Wireless weighing saves time and improves the operation’s overall safety. The indicator not only works with up to six scales at once, but it is able to control scales remotely and from safe distances. Products can be combined to accommodate modular applications for various scenarios. Users can view the weights in cumulative total, individual weights per pad or scale, and/or center of balance.

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