Active sensors for a secure load
Viper, is an economical, extremely easy to use weight control system that immediately displays the updated weight of the load being transported by the vehicle in addition to the gross and net value. Viper (with one or two sensor up to 10 bar) displays the updated net and gross weight on the axle with extreme precision. Direct calibration makes it a reliable and efficient instrument in addition to being simple and intuitive to use. Viper (with three sensors) provides an immediate, precise display of the updated weight in tipping semi-trailers in terms of the total weight of the vehicle or the net value of the load. The system is installed directly on the semi-trailer, and it allows the connection of any tractor.
Viper II - Axle load weighing
High precision with low cost Viper II is an attractive user-friendly instrument that provides the immediate gross or net value reading of the weight on each axle. The calibration is carried out in two points: empty and full load. This makes it suitable for calibration by the operator or installer. Viper II is a reliable and efficient load weighing system.
Viper III - Rear tipper weighing
User-friendly instrument that provides the immediate weight reading of the rear tipper. It provides with high precision the total weight of the vehicle or the net value of the load. The system is installed completely on the trailer which can then have any tractor hitched to it. The reaching of the preset maximum load transmits a signal to the operator via an external acoustic alarm.
Viper I - Rear tipper load checking
User-friendly instrument that allows the load check by measuring the cylinder lifting pressure of the rear tipper. The system precision is guaranteed exclusively with a constant barycentre of the load.
Viper - Load weighing on fork-lift trucks
Viper is a user friendly instrument that provides the immediate weight reading of the material handled by the fork-lift trucks. The weighing is STATIC: the system displays the weight when the operator stops the forks some seconds in a fixed point during the lifting.