ZM Kiosk Vehicle Scale Controls

Keep your truck scale operating safely, efficiently and smoothly without a dedicated operator.

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Overview

Ideal for applications where 24/7 access to a truck scale is required

The robust, easy-to-use Operator Terminals of the ZM Kiosk Series solve a vast array of application challenges for:

  • agriculture
  • aggregates
  • asphalt
  • feed mill
  • food processing
  • mining
  • recycling solid waste
  • transfer station and more

 

Kiosk family of products provides flexibility

Whether your application requires a scale operator and ID card reader, fully unattended operator functions, or the ZM Kiosk weighing terminal for attended and unattended installations, we offer a solution that can seamlessly integrate into your application.

Driver Communication: ID card reader or Voice over IP(VoIP) intercom

Printer only: Provides robust, temperature protected printing where an attendant is present

Consisting of an automated control console, a ZM510, ZM605, or ZM615 Indicator, and a thermal printer inside an IP66 enclosure, the ZM Kiosk is one component of an integrated, unattended truck scale system from Avery Weigh-Tronix.

 

Additional options available for increased driver / operator convenience

Options such as an ID card reader, QWERTY keyboard, vehicle detection and Voice over IP(VoIP) intercom can be added for increased flexibility.

This unattended truck scale terminal keeps your truck scale running smoothly without a dedicated operator, lowering operating costs and extending the hours of availability.

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