Industrial Electronic Weighing

UWT 6008

The UWT 6008 weight transmitter comes from the Pavone Sistemi experience. It is a unique product in the weight transmitter family and is ideal for all industrial applications where it is necessary to know the load distribution on the different cells. It is able to monitor all load cells and generate alarms due to excessive cell signal drift, missing connections, failure of one of the cells, unbalanced weight distribution. The emulative control allows the continuity of work of the weighing system even in case of failure on one of the load cells, up to the replacement of the same.

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SKU: 43/2018

Technical Specifications

Temperature range: -10/+ 50°C (max. humidity: 85% without condensation)
Tool voltage: 12-24 Vdc ± 15% - power consumption 4 W
Set decimal: 0.0 ; 0.00 ; 0.000 ; 0.0000
Visible resolution: 999,999 divisions viewable on the net weight
Data storage: 64 Kbytes expandable up to 1024 Kbytes
Resolution: > of 16,000,000 points
Microcontroller: ARM Cortex M0+ at 32 bits, 256KB Flash reprogrammable on-board from USB
Gain drift: < 0.001% FS/ °C
Temperature drift analog output: 0,001% FS / °C
Analog output linearity: < 0,02% FS
Measuring range: -3.9 ÷ +3.9 mV/V
Frequency signal acquisition: 12.5 ÷ 300 Hz
A/D Converter: 24 bits
Serial door: 1 USB device + 1 RS232C + 1 RS485
Input sensitivity: Min. 0.02 microV
Dimensions: 100 x 75 x 110 mm (L x H x P)
Filter: selectable 5 ÷ 250 Hz
Divisions value (adjustable): x1, x2, x5, x10, x20, x50
Display: 128 x 64-pixel graphic LCD
Regulatory compliance: EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-3 for EMC; EN61010-1 for Electrical Safety, EN45501 for metrology
Trasducer input voltage: 5 Vdc (max. 230 mA)
Analog optional output: 16-bit opto-isolated Voltage: 0 ÷ 5/10 V (min. R: 10 K Ohm), Current: 0/4 ÷ 20 mA (max. R: 300 Ohm).
Linearity: < 0.01% FS
Logic input: 2 opto-isolated at 12/24 Vdc PNP (external power supply)
Logic output: 2 relays, Max. 48 Vac/Vdc, 2A each
Storage temperature: -20/+70°C
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