Wheel Load Scale WL 104

The Newcomer: The "All In One" - scale for every application


Unbeatable large active area, which allows to seamlessly string together several scales. From dynamic to static or pre-selection for legal weight controls, WL 104 has it all. Most modern fieldbus technology ensures fast and reliable data transfer to the evaluation unit. Certified to OIML R76 class 4 OIML R134 (country specific possible).

WL 104

Description: Mobile static/dynamic wheel load scale
Application: Weighing of wheel and axle loads of vehicles with pneumatic tyres in static mode or weighing in motion up to 20 km/h (LS-WIM). Two or more scales may be lined up to a seamless weighing strip.
Range: 0...10t per scale;
0...20t per axle
Accuracy: OIML R 76 class 4
Speed: 0...20 km/h
0...12.43 mi/h
Weight: 20 kg / 44.09 lb
Platform height: 17 mm / 0.67 in

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Data sheet WL 104

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Additional Information

wl-104 seemless weighing strip of 3.28 yards

Because of its light weight, the wheel load scale WL 104 is easy to transport and can be used at any time without the need of ramps. Measurements are made on firm and level ground using levelling mats to ensure that all wheels of multiple axle systems are on the same level. As an alternative the scales may be placed into a recess in the pavement. The depth must be the same as the height of the scale to ensure that the platform surface is perfectly level with the pavement. Preferably the specially designed mounting frame is used.

In the normal case two scales are used, one for the left, the other for the right track of the vehicle. The platform size is large enough so that the driver encounters no problems to pass the scale within the active area. Another possibility is to line up three or more scales to a seamless weighing strip across the lane. This configuration enables to measure easily heavy haulage vehicles having different tracks compared to the pulling vehicle.

There is no display on the scale. The measured values are accessible via the interface. The further processing, visualisation and printout is performed by a connected personal computer with the processing software EC 200.