Industrial design, modular concept, proven
standard programs and free programmability
make the IT8000 the ideal weighing terminal
shipping and receiving scales, batching and
recipe weighing systems, filling controllers for
drums or IBCs and for weighing installations
with customized operating sequences.
For the connection of 1 or 2 scale platforms
with a max. of 16 analog loadcells the IT8000
provides a W&M approved resolution of up
to 6000d with max. 80% preload. Calibration
is possible as single or multiple-range
(eg 3x3000d) and as single or multi-interval
Internal data archive for the storage of up to
450,000 weighing transactions.
The modular design provides for a variety of configurations and options, such as:
- Enclosures for wall-mount, desk-top or panel mount installation
- DC or AC power supply
- Connection of scales with analog or digital force transducers
- Up to 4 serial interfaces, RS232, RS485, RS422, 20mA CL selectable
- Flexible I/O concept for up to 64 inputs and outputs
- Several fieldbus interfaces, eg Profibus DP, DeviceNet and Interbus
- Ethernet interface
- Analog I/Os, etc.
Specific software modules support the connection of PCs, PLCs, scanners, transponder systems, printers, frequency
inverters and wireless communication.
This ensures that the optimal system configuration can be chosen, for stationary as
well as mobile use.
with ATEX approval for installation in hazardous area, zone 2 (gas) or zone 22 (dust) available as option
LCD Dual-line display
Up to 4 x 20 alphanumeric characters,
(with back lighting.)
multi-lingual operator prompts and calibration dialog.
Stainless steel housing IP65
Suitable for harsh environment weighing
locations. With mounting brackets for desk-top
or wall-mount installation. Integrated power
supply unit, sealed cable glands for all cable
110 – 240VAC (integrated)
for stationary use
or 12 – 30VDC (integrated)
for mobile use.
With function keys for zero setting,
taring and printing, numeric keys for
the entry of manual tare and IDs.
Alphanumeric entries possible via multiple key assignment.
Application-specific functions directly accessible via function keys.