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RCS Hy-Q-52 in a nutshell

High accuracy. Intuitive full colour touchscreen display. Overload indication in display. No manifold block for an easy and cost efficient installation. Load Center Point deviations hardly affect weighing accuracy. With user and service app. Watch the video to see how the RAVAS RCS Hy-Q-52 works.

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Benefits

High accurate hydraulic scale

Simple installation procedures

No manifold block, only a pressure sensor installed on a hydraulic line on the forklift. A speed bar is installed against the mast, with magnetic sensors that measure lifting speed.

Accurate scale

Lifting, then lowering the load along the speed bar provides an accurate weight of the load, averaging out the influences of asymmetric load distribution.

Highly intuitive

The 5200 indicator with full colour 5" touch screen, makes calibration easy by guiding the technician through the procedure. The user friendly instrument only shows those function keys that are relevant to the ongoing operation of the scale.

Easy export of data

The 5200 indicator has a USB port, as well as Bluetooth 4.0 to export data to another device. Additionally, the RAVAS app can be used to download data from the 5200 instrument and send it off via email.

Weighing capacity
Up to 99,000 kg
Graduation
2 kg at 2,500 kg, 5 kg at 5,000 kg, 10 kg at 10,000 kg, 20 kg at 25,000 kg, 50 kg at 50,000 kg, 100 kg at 99,000 kg
System tolerance
+/- 0.2% of the scale capacity
Protection class
IP65
Display
User friendly, full color 5” touch display
Functionality
Manual zero correction, self-learning zero correction, gross/net weighing, tare memory for 10 values, ID-code entry for 4 ID-codes, 10 totalizing registers, RS232 port connection for printer, USB output for data transfer, Bluetooth 4.0 for RAVAS WeightsApp, overload indication based on actual hydraulic pressure, error message in display incl. logging

Compatible with the RAVAS WeightsApp

RAVAS WeightsApp

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