Platform dimensions: 564x511mm. Height 58mm. Weight approximately 18kg.
Loading surface: 564x400mm.
Sturdy structure, made in special alluminum, which guarantees lightness and makes these suitable also for harsh working conditions.
Stainless steel load cells.
Overall IP68 protection.
Sturdy built-in weight indicator with waterproof keyboard and backlit display.
Built-in radio module for weight transmission to a remote indicator or external device.
Integrated wheels for easy transport and positioning.
Power supply: internal rechargeable battery (about 40 h battery life) and charger included.
Special vulcanised nonslip rubber applied under the platform, for good grip on all types of surfaces.
The WWS platforms are patented; the number is 1.342.302.
Availables in legal for trade approved version.
Availables in high resolution version.
NOTES ON THE CE-M APPROVED VERSIONS
The platforms are for legal for trade use: - In the single-platform systems, not used to weigh vehicles. - In the wheel weighing systems in which the number of platforms is equal to the number of vehicle wheels. - In the axle weighing systems composed of one or more multiples of WWS platforms, except possible limitations of use for some European States.
The CE-M legal for trade divisions indicated in the "version" table are available with ECEM option. ECEM option is needed for each legal for trade platform of the system.
Legal for trade systems with more than one WWS, are fitted with the approval of the weight sum and related division:
Example for a 4 plaftorms system: Single CE-M Platform: Max=1500kg and e=0,5kg CE-M SUM: Max=6000kg and e=2kg
Example of application with wireless platforms and DFWKRPRF indicator for the reading and printing of the weight through a remote indicator.
WWSDUAL: Second platform option
The WWSDUAL option allows you to connect the analog WWS platform directly to the WWS RF platform, without adding modules or batteries, achieving a compact axle weighing scale, versatile and lower cost.
You can use the integrated indicator to totalize axles manually or by remote control, to connect via Bluetooth with tablets and smartphones, or to pair scales and create an axle weighing station using the weight indicators in a suitcase.