A flexible, high performance weight indicator with a large graphical display, the ZM615 is fully programmable, offering an ideal solution for custom requirements. Multiple built-in communication technology ports give users the ability to display, store and transmit data across devices.
Dot-matrix graphical display
The ultra-bright green and black graphic Improved Super Twisted Nematic (ISTN) display provides excellent visibility and color contrast. The large 320×160 pixel display provides plenty of space to display user-prompts, graphics, images and multiple weight values. With its wide viewing angles, the high-contrast display is easily visible in extreme working environments and can be inverted for optimum viewing in brightly lit locations.
The desktop ZM615 is IP69K certified and enclosed in 304 brushed stainless steel, making it ideal for use in heavy washdown (food) or dusty environments. The indicator also adapts to desk, wall or column mount applications and is also available in a stainless steel IP66 panel mountable version, making it suitable for a range of applications.
The ZM615 has multiple serial and USB ports included as standard, with an Ethernet port that can be configured to support ten independent devices with twenty protocols, With an array of connectivity options, the ZM615 is designed to ensure compatibility and communication between old and new peripheral technologies.
The ZM615 features an alpha-numeric keypad with chemical resistant, metal domed keys, which give the user crisp, positive tactile feedback when compressed. Five programmable keys allow specific weighing tasks to be assigned to the indicator, allowing weighing operations to be carried out quickly and effectively. The ZM615 also supports the additional of external USB keyboard.
The ZM615 is versatile and flexible enough to adapt to a wide range of applications, from bench to floor scales, outdoor vehicle weighing to weighing in a hygienic food environment.
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