A wireless tension load cell capable of both weighing and dynamic load monitoring, the latest Radiolink plus is constructed of high-quality aircraft grade aluminium and features an advanced internal design structure. This internal design structure not only provides the product with an unrivalled strength to weight ratio but it also allows the use of a separate internal sealed enclosure providing the load cell’s electronic components with IP67/NEMA6 environmental protection even with the battery cover plate missing, making this industry leading dynamometer
even more suitable for use in the harshest environments.
Featuring industry leading wireless technology and range of 700m/2300ft, the versatile Radiolink plus is supplied with an update rate of 3Hz and can be easily configured to run at industry leading speeds of up to 200Hz. Data is transmitted wirelessly utilising the latest in IEEE 802.15.4 (2.4 GHz) technology
providing safe, high integrity, error free transmission of both static weight and dynamic load to a wireless handheld controller. Designed for measurement of both static and dynamic loads the Radiolink plus tension load cllcan also be used in combination with Straightpoint’s range of SW-MWLC high speed wireless data logging software allowing for simultaneous control, display and real time data logging of up to 100 Straightpoint wireless load cells. The Radiolink plus may also be used with Straightpoint’s Proof Test plus software package allowing the operator to perform load tests at a safe distance and generate real time test certificates on site. The Radiolink plus utilises easily sourced AA alkaline batteries and features advanced circuitry designed to protect the unit from damage associated with incorrectly installed batteries. 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.
A full array of wireless accessories are also available including signal boosters, LED wireless scoreboards and base stations with analogue (4-20mA, 0-10v, 0-5v) or digital (RS232/485, Modbus RTU, and ASCII serial communications protocol) outputs.