|Dimensions||8 × 3.25 × 2.5 in|
LM300 In-Cab Computer for Front End Loader Refuse Truck On-Board Scales
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The LoadMan® LM300 is a precision instrument designed and custom programmed for front end load, fork based vehicles that weigh commercial containers in motion – as they are picked up, dumped, and lowered to the ground.
The LoadMan system is completely automatic and the operator does not have to press any buttons or take any actions to obtain a weight reading. The 16 character display provides all the information needed to understand the status of the weighing system. For example, the meter automatically provides the following instruction displays during the weigh-in-motion process:
|READY TO WEIGH||The forks are below the start of the weighing window and ready to weigh.|
|WEIGHING LOAD||Message while container is lifted through the weighing window.|
|GROSS WEIGHT||Displays weight of the container and its load.|
|DUMP LOAD||Weighing is complete and load is ready to dump.|
|WEIGHING TARE||Measuring the empty container weight while arms are going down.|
|NET WEIGHT||Displays the computed net weight of the dumped material.|
|TRUCK||Displays the accumulated load net weight.|
The container load weights are measured and reported to the operator as a net load weight (English pounds or Metric kilograms). Also, the dumped load weights are accumulated with the weight of the existing material in the vehicle – providing the operator a running total of the net vehicle weight or the gross vehicle weight. This application not only supports in-motion weighing of the net contents dumped into the truck, but also records the measured load data with optional route, account and GPS data.
LoadMan’s Load Management Software (operating on an office PC) allows remote tracking of trucks, drivers, customers, routes and products by account or job. Route lists are created with the software and downloaded to the LoadMan meter. Any recorded load data and/or GPS position data in LoadMan’s data collection memory will be automatically transferred to the Load Management Software – without any prompting or intervention from the driver – whenever a wireless modem connection is established.