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Weight Indicators-200 Panel Mount


Providing exceptional functionality while taking up minimal panel space, Cardinal Scale’s versatile model 200 panel mount weight indicator adapts easily to fit into your system with a simple two-screw slide mounting assembly. A sealed-membrane keypad with selectable key lock to help reduce keystroke errors combined with a tough 3/16 DIN aluminum enclosure and a 6-digit, 7-segment 0.6-inch/15-mm high bright-red LED display ensures years of dependable use. Featuring input control lines for remote activation of zero, acquire tare, gross and print functions; seven weight units; push-button Tare; Net/Gross conversion, and many more. Includes two RS232 serial ports for connectivity to a remote display, printer or PC, and can be easily connected using the screw-terminal block. NTEP and OIML legal-for-trade certified. Supports up to 8 350-ohm load cells.


  1. 2 RS232 Serial Ports

  2. 3/16-in DIN Rail

  3. Gross/Tare/Net Conversion

  4. IP52 Enclosure Rating

  5. NTEP Legal for Trade

  6. OIML Certified

  7. Powers up to 8 Load Cells


Display: 6-digit, 7-segment LED, 0.6 in / 14 mm high Enclosure: Aluminum extrusion Keypad: 7 keys, color coded membrane Units: Pounds, pounds/ounces, ounces, tons, kilograms, grams, metric tons Division Value: 1 to 99 x 10, 1, 0.1, 0.01, 0.001 Sample Rate: 1 to 100 samples per second, selectable Load Cells: 8 each, 350 ohm minimum resistance Excitation: 12 VDC Sensitivity (NTEP): 0.3?V/e (Class III/IIIL) Sensitivity (Canada): 0.3?V/e (Class III/IIIHD) Sensitivity (OIML): 0.7?V/e (Class III) Resolution (Non-Commercial): 240,000 Resolution (NTEP): 10,000 (Class III/IIIL) Resolution (Canada): 10,000 (Class III/IIIHD) Resolution (OIML): 10,000 (Class III) Power: 15v, 1 amp with 90 to 260 VAC, 50/60 Hz plug-in power supply Temperature Range: -10 to +40 °C / +14 to +104 °F I/O: 1 bidirectional RS232 (20mA), 1 output only RS232 (20mA), Optional analog output NTEP Approval: 01-011A4 OIML: R76/1992-DK1-01.02 Enclosure IP Rating: IP52

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