Laumas WTAB-G
  • ABS desk weight indicator.
  • Dimensions: 315x170x315 mm.
  • G version: backlit LCD graphic display, resolution: 240×64 pixel, visible area: 133×39 mm; 50-key keyboard.
  • 2G version: backlit LCD graphic display, resolution: 240×128 pixel, visible area: 128×75 mm; 27-key keyboard.
  • IP40 protection rating.
  • Real-time clock/calendar with buffer battery.
  • Power supply included.
  • D-SUB connectors.


  • Connections to:
    – PLC via analog output (on request);
    – PC/PLC via RS485/RS232 (up to 99 instruments with line repeaters, up to 32 without line repeaters);
    – remote display and printer via RS485/RS232;
    – up to 8 load cells in parallel by junction box.
  • Piece counting.
  • Weight totalizing.
  • Statistical checking of prepackages.
  • 99 items database with association of a preset tare value, 3 setpoint values and 2 values for weight thresholds function (HIGH/LOW).
  • Weight thresholds function (HIGH/LOW) shown on the display.
  • Customizable name of the production lot.
  • Barcodes printing by lot name, item name, weighings progressive number.
  • Digital filter to reduce the effects of weight oscillation.
  • Theoretical calibration (via keyboard) and real calibration (with sample weights and the possibility of weight linearization up to 5 points).
  • Tare weight zero setting.
  • Automatic zero setting at power-on.
  • Gross weight zero tracking.
  • Semi-automatic tare (net/gross weight) and preset tare.
  • Semi-automatic zero.
  • Displaying of the maximum weight value reached (peak).
  • Direct connection between RS485 and RS232 without converter.
  • Hysteresis and setpoint value setting.
  • 12 groups selection by 5 setpoint via external selector switch or contact (option on request).
  • Weight value printing with date and time via keyboard or external contact.
  • The indicator can be used as a remote display with setpoint.
    Integrated software in combination with the WiFi module and Ethernet TCP/IP options for remote supervision, management and control of the instrument.
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