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Introducing Systec IT1000 digitial indicators from Scale Components

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Systec IT1000 digital indicators from Scale Components are trade-approved weighing terminals suited to simple applications such as:

  • Weighing and totalising with printing
  • Weighing with online communication to a PC
  • Simple parts counting with printing
  • Check weighing with two set point outputs


These digital indicators come with an LCD display. It has backlighting for indicating weight, multi-lingual operator prompts and calibration dialog. Their stainless steel housing makes them suitable for use in harsh weighing environments. Mounting brackets for desktop or wall-mounted installation are included as is an integrated power supply unit and seated cable glands for all cable connections.

Incorporated into the design of the keyboard on these digital indicators are function keys for zero setting, taring, printing, totalising and other special functions. They use a 110-240VC integrated power supply for stationary use or a 12-30VC integrated power supply for mobile usage.

The IT1000 digital indicators are suitable to use in difficult environmental conditions as well as locations with high hygiene requirements. For example the food, pharmaceutical and chemical sectors.

The unit connects to one scale with up to 16 load cells and can provide trade-approved resolution of up to 6000d with a maximum of 80 per cent payload. Calibration is possible as single or multi-range and as single or multi-interval scale. These digital indicators have the capacity to display net, tare and gross weight. They have operator prompt for capturing weight or piece count and totalising is also possible with these devices. Plug-on modules can be used to set these digital indicators up for applications of varying complexity.

Weight, tare, zero setting and other functions can be remotely controlled from a PC. Weight information can also be stored in a trade-approved data archive on the hard drive of the PC for verification. Data transmission is possible through serial interface or Ethernet LAN via EtherPort.

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