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Perfectly Designed to Support Testing and Calibration of Balances

Automated Data Transfer and Balance Configuration of Weight Specific Data

WeightLink System

The security and compliance of balance testing can be assured by using WeightLink™. This innovative approach makes it possible to use validated test weights with unique identification.

Input of weight serial numbers and data from calibration certificates can be achieved electronically by scanning 2D matrix codes to enable automated data transfer and balance configuration of weight specific data.

Most importantly, the verification that the weight matches the allocated data is automatically carried out by Weight-Link. By employing this approach, laboratories can regain the flexibility to use a single weight set for testing across multiple balances of the same weighing range without risk of mix-ups, with a significantly increased level of security in the process.

Verified Weight Identification

WeightLink is an innovative weight verification system for balance testing, which provides fool-proof identification and traceability of the test weights used. It consists of test weights, a data matrix code (DMC) scanner and balance firmware to read the information.

The WeightLink Procedure: Scan, Test and Print

The WeightLink scan, test and print procedure is simple and intuitive. The WeightLink functionality provides traceability in just four simple steps:

  • Scan certificate data (eData)
  • Scan weight (UIN)
  • Perform balance test
  • Print test report

The Value of the WeightLink Approach

WeightLink provides complete traceability in a simple semi-automated system. The benefits of implementation are:

  • Improved productivity – Automatic data transfer of weight parameters into balance software; weight parameters also included in enriched testing protocol – faster than manual data entry
  • Enhanced security – Automatic verification that a weight and the allocated data match before testing is allowed to commence
  • Proven traceability – The balance only allows use of a valid test weight via unique weight identification,making testing with wrong weight impossible!

The security and compliance of balance testing can be assured by using WeightLink. This innovative approach makes it possible to use validated test weights with unique identification. Input of weight serial numbers and data from calibration certificates can be achieved electronically by scanning 2D matrix codes to enable automated data transfer and balance configuration of weight specific data. Most importantly, the verification that the weight matches the allocated data is automatically carried out by WeightLink.

By employing this approach, laboratories can regain the flexibility to use a single weight set for testing across multiple balances of the same weighing range without risk of mix-ups, with a significantly increased level of security in the process.

What is the result? No more mistakes in manual data entry; no chance of testing with the wrong weight. The outcome is improved productivity, enhanced security, and proven traceability assured.


Topics:
  • test weights
  • balances
  • balance testing
  • weight verification

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