METTLER TOLEDO is excited to welcome the addition of the IND221 and IND226 large-display terminals to its existing line of products. These new terminals, with the industry's largest LED display and easy-to-use keypads, are perfect for checkweighing, counting or classifying.
Columbus, OH -- METTLER TOLEDO is excited to welcome the addition of the IND221 and IND226 large-display terminals to its existing line of products. These new terminals, with the industry's largest LED display and easy-to-use keypads, are perfect for checkweighing, counting or classifying.Good functionality makes the difference The large seven-segment LED display for the IND221 and IND226 is unique in its class. Users can perform over/under checkweighing by quickly setting a target weight; classifying with a full range of tolerances; or count by manually entering an average piece-weight or calculate on an average.
Ideal for analog bench and floor scales, the IND221 and IND226 can support up to four 350 ohm load cell systems and displays up to 30,000 divisions. Both models are NTEP approved for 5,000 divisions.
The IND221 and IND226 terminals provide functionality for users to track and improve process performance by analyzing transactional data from a printer or PC using the bi-directional RS232 serial port. The terminals can also be connected to a standard AC power adapter or used in the battery mode with four C-cell batteries or an optional rechargeable battery for mobile solutions. "The IND221 and IND226 terminals meet the market need for a simple basic weighing terminal, and exceed expectations by also including simple checkweighing or counting applications," comments Market Manager, Adrienne Olwert. "The large LED display is easy to read, the serial port configurable for data collection, and the battery operation creates a sure-fit for our industrial customers."
The IND221 plastic enclosure is designed for general purpose use in clean, dry areas. The stainless steel IND226 enclosure can withstand dust and low pressure water jets (IP65) in wet and more rugged conditions.