Industrial Electronic Weighing


The tester 1008, unique in its kind, is useful for checking the distribution of the load among the individual cells, avoiding overloads or imbalances that are harmful both for the load cells and for the precision of the measurement. Our Tester 1008 diagnostic calibrator allows you to check the exact calibration of the four-cell systems in a few minutes, with a simple and practical connection to the junction box. This system will help you to save time. The Tester 1008 also allows the instrumental calibration of the weight indicators / transmitters. The tester 1008 has a monochrome touch screen display.

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Technical Specifications

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Technical Specifications

Case: Palm in ABS
Microcontroller: ARM Cortex M0 + 32-bit, 256KB Flash reprogrammable on-board from USB
Uart port: N° 1 USB device (PC connection), N° 1 RS232 (instrument connection), N° 1 NFC (instrument connection)
Power consumption: Max. 200 mA
Optional memory archives and files: USD card (not removable)
Storage Temperature: -20°C ÷ +70°C
Memory archives and files: 1024 Kbytes
Dimensions: 185 x 93 x 36 mm (H x L x P)
Memory setup: 64 Kbytes expandable up to 1024 Kbytes
Status battery: Battery icon with 5 charge levels
Regulatory compliance: EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-3 EMC; EN61010-1 for Electrical Safety
Output linearity: <0,02% FS
Resolution: 24 bit
Output regolation: Via touch panel
Resolution: 16 bit
Output signal: -3 mV ÷ +30 mV
Voltage: Four 1.5V alkaline batteries or rechargeable NiMh 1.2V
Calibrator features: For instruments with the supply voltage of the load cells, from 3 Vdc to 15 Vdc positive, positive and negative, with input impedance> 100 k
Keyboard: Touch panel and power button
Load cell impedance: from 350 Ohm to 2000 Ohm
Degree of protection: IP65
Signal range input: From -3.9a 3.9mV / V
Temperature range: -10°C ÷ +50°C
Weight Resolution displayed: Up to 50.000 divisions
Supply voltage cells: 3.3 Vdc / 50 mA (max 4 cells 350 Ohm)
Connections to the load cells: Cable with D-sub 25-pin connector
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