Straightpoint introduces its range of low headroom links designed to provide accurate measurement of loads in the most challenging applications where headroom restrictions are a major factor. Constructed from high strength alloy steel and exposed to an array of testing during development, this impressive range of load cells is designed to work with industry standard shackles from manufacturers such as Crosby and Van Beest. Applications include weighing, lifting, force measurement and load monitoring of structures such as lighting trusses, hoist mountings and fly line tensioning.
The unique low headroom design combines the ability to lift loads with capacities up to 30t with state-of-the-art electronics, high accuracy and resolution of over 5000 divisions. Measured loads can be displayed with our Handheld plus digital display/controller or Windows PC Desktop Controller data logging software. A vast array of optional output formats are also available to include mV/V, RS-422, RS-485, utilising the ASCII, MODBUS, TRU and CAN-BUS protocols and analog outputs such as 4-20mA for connection to PLCs, Data Acquisition systems (DAQ) or other required instrumentation.
Usable cable length varies greatly, ranging from 10m/23ft to 1,500m/4900ft depending on output format.
This advanced circuitry extends battery life and the use of easily sourced alkaline batteries eliminates issues associated with rechargeable battery pack charging, failure and replacement.
- Low height
- Range from 1t to 30t
- High accuracy
- Constructed from high strength alloy steel
- Huge range of output options
- Connects to Straightpoint data logging software
- Low headroom
- Accepts standard shackles
- Lightweight and portable
- Low headroom applications
- High accuracy suspended weighing
- 2 year warranty
- Design validated by F.E.A.
SUPPLIED WITH THE FOLLOWING AS STANDARD
- Proof test certificate
- Operator Manual
- Carry/Storage Case
- RFID Tagged
Low Headroom Link specifications
|Operating Temp||-10 to 50 deg C|
|14 to 122˚F|
|Accuracy||+/- 0.3 % of applied load|