Digital Scale Highlights
Digital Load Cell Technology
- Plug and Sense Simplicity
- Standard USB output
- Power supplied via USB port
- Factory calibrated
- Optional 0-5 VDC Analog output available
- iWeigh 2.2lb (1 Kg)
- iWeigh 6.6lb (3 Kg)
- iWeigh 11 lb (5 Kg)
- iWeigh 22 lb (10 Kg)
- iWeigh 44 lb (20 Kg)
- Custom capacities and outputs available
Accuracies from 0.02%.
No need for signal conditioning or data acquisition system - direct measurement on your PC.
Sensor made with light weight, durable acrylic or aluminum platforms
Just place on your desktop or other weighing surface.
The iWeigh scales offer an easy way to weigh small packages on your desk! Simply plug in your scale to your computer's USB port and start measuring with our LoadVUE Pro load cell software. The software allows you to display the loads in various units, it allows you to log the data in a comma separated file as well as plots the data in real time as a Force vs. Time plot that shows Peak and Low loads as well.
We can build the scales to your custom requirement as needed. Standard sizes include 6"x 6", 8" x 8" and 10" x 10" scales. Large sizes generally need multiple load cells to be used to avoid significant off-center loading errors.
Accuracy of scale can be as much as +/- 0.02% of full scale. So on a 1 Kg scale you can get accuracies of +/- 0.2 grams!
You can see a demo video of a USB scale built using our RAPG load cell, DI-1000U interface and LV-1000 software by clicking on the play button below:
We can also build wireless scales with the ability to communicate with your PC via the IEEE 802.15.4 wireless protocol.
Here's How the USB Scale Works:
Simply connect the iWeigh scale to a PC via the USB port. The scale appears on the PC as a virtual COM port. Using a standard terminal emulator send commands to the sensor to display loads on screen. They can either be one at a time or in continuous operation mode. Alternatively use an application (Load Cell software LoadVUE or LoadVUE Lite) to simplify load measurements on a PC. The software displays the loads, logs the data as well as plots the data.