PS.R1 series balances represent a new standard of precision balances. They feature a new, readable LCD display which allows a clearer presentation of the weighing result. Besides, the display has a new text information line allowing to show additional messages and data, e.g. product name or tare value.
New PS.R1 balances, like previously designed PS series balances, have pans in two possible dimensions: 128x128 mm or 195x195 mm. Balances with a smaller pan have a draft shield. They were equipped with the system of external mass adjustment.
PS.R1 balances feature several communication interfaces: 2 x RS 232, type A USB, type B USB and optional Wireless Connection.
The balance may cooperate with computer by means of USB interface supposing a supplementary software has been installed (respective driver). The said driver may be downloaded from RADWAG website – SOFTWARE link or SUPPORT section.
The housing is made of plastic, and the pan is made of stainless steel. The balances have a possibility to weigh products out of the pan (under-pan weighing) - the load hangs under the pan.
DATABASES IN R SERIES BALANCES
The information system is based on 5 databases, which allows for several users to work with several products databases, and the registered weighing results can be subject to further analysis.
The data is registered in 5 databases:
- users (up to 100 users),
- products (up to 1000 products),
- weighments (up to 5000 weighments),
- tares (up to 100 tares),
- ALIBI memory (up to 100 000 weighments).
There is two directions data exchange within the system thanks to a quick USB interface. New balances allow to import and export databases using USB pen drives.
Quick access to information
Direct access to functions and databases is possible from the level of keyboard.
a direct access to databasis
a direct access to the basic functions
• F1 to F4
programmable function and navigation keys on the menu
The used ALIBI memory is a data secure area and allows to record up to 100 000 weighment records. It ensures security of constant data register in the long time period.