LIFTLOG 1000 On-Board Weighing System for Forklifts

RDS Technology weighing system with 0.5% accuracy designed specifically for forklift trucks operating in the fastest loading environments.

With the ever increasing focus on productivity and safe-loading, the new LIFTLOG 1000 is a cost effective weighing instrument that reduces loading cycle times and maximizes tons per hour performance.

The RDS LIFTLOG 1000 is an operator-friendly product that has been specifically designed for use on forklift trucks working in a despatch yard or warehouse environment.
Weighing on the forklift removes the need to travel to a static floor scale often remotely located from the stock location or loading bay.

Loading correctly first time eradicates return trips to the stockpile reducing vehicle movement, fuel usage, machine and tire wear.

Using a sensor to measure hydraulic pressure controlled in a drop valve, the LIFTLOG 1000 informs the operator of load as a "calculated" weight in tonnes, kilograms, pounds and US Tons. This load can then be confirmed automatically or via the "Enter" button and added to the "Accumulated total" and will also be added to the "Grand total".

In addition, when approaching and at the point of overload, an internal (and optional external) alarm will sound to further inform the operator of load status. Approximate load is indicated via an onscreen "Load bar".

The LIFTLOG 1000 uses a 4.3” color touchscreen display and additional physical keys providing a modern and ergonomic interface.

A Stores function saves load / lift totals against a total of 100 named memory stores, consisting of up to 1400 lifts which can be given an independent ID reference.

Communication is provided via SD card and USB allowing safe & efficient handling of stored data to and from office or added external data storage.

Two serial output ports supports ICP 300 Printer option or communication to PC or Modem using ".csv" or ".xml" file format.

The system can be retrofitted onto all types of forklift trucks.

Source: Innotag


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