Scale for forklift trucks

Intelligent Carriage Plate

Durability

The multiple flexures absorb the constant shock of load-bearing while transferring the weight to the load cells. These critical elements have no moving parts, reducing the potential for failure.

Accuracy

Single tension load cell with 0.1% accuracy. The unique single load cell design provides superior load-sample linearity and maintains both heel-to-toe and fork-to-fork accuracy.

Different type of attachments

The RAVAS iCP attaches to most types of lift truck carriages and requires no modification to the lift truck as it does not connect to the truck’s hydraulic system. Lifting, weighing, counting, accumulating, and transporting are accomplished as a single efficient operation. This streamlines workflow by eliminating the time-consuming task of taking shipments to remote platform scales.

Safety

Two rugged Grade-8 steel bolts secure the scale base for service or if the flexures fail due to unintentional abuse, thereby preventing damage to the load cell. These safety bolts secure the load even if the scale is damaged by overloading (accidental misuse or abuse). The load cell rating has been selected to withstand an overload of 300% without damaging the cell.

The iCP Helps Generate Profit by Re-Weighing

The iCP (Intelligent Carriage Plate) is a forklift scale designed to weigh, lift, and move products safely, accurately, and efficiently and combined with forklift attachments. Utilize the iCP to turn your cost centers into profit centers by re-weighing. 

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Weighing capacity
2,500 kg, 5,000 kg or 7,000 kg
Graduation
2 kg at 2,500 kg, 5 kg at 5,000 kg, 10 kg at 7,000 kg
System tolerance
0.2% of the load lifted
Protection class
IP65/NEMA 4
Power supply
From truck battery, via regulator
Functionality
For functions of 3200, 5200 or 6100 weight indicator, see indicator specification sheet

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