Hardy Panel Mount Wall System

 

Weight processors are used as a front-end to a control system for all types of general weighing applications. They measure, condition and communicate weight without any need to control. Hardy weight processors are part of a process manufacturer’s industrial weighing systems & equipment.

 

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CTH Industrial Controls can provide you with service and start up assistance for your Hardy Weight System.

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Panel Mount Wall System for HI 6500 and HI 6300

Need a NEMA 4X enclosure to protect your instrumentation?  Imagine assembling all the parts, drilling one-inch holes in stainless steel, installing the instrument and a summing card,  inserting the glands, making it all waterproof—all before you can even start connecting your load cells!

Now imagine how much time and effort you willl save by taking a Hardy Panel Mount Wall System (PMWS) out of the box and hanging it on the wall.

A fully assembled Hardy PMWS, saves you the time and expense of developing a custom IP66 rated enclosure for an HI 6300 or HI 6500 instrument. With a built in summing card, the PMWS eliminates the need for a system junction box.

Just hang it on the wall, connect your load cells to the built-in summing card and you are ready to calibrate.  The PMWS is ideal for general process weighing applications, such as those found in stock, make, pack and ship manufacturing operations.

So Easy!
•    Easy to install; saves 5-6 hours over designing and assembling it yourself
•    No designing required
•    No holes to drill
•    No extra parts to order
•    Most popular configurations offered
•    6300 instrument series
•    6500 instrument series
•    INTEGRATED TECHNICIAN® (IT) built in
•    Hardy Summing Card included
•    Robust NEMA 4X enclosure with UL rating
•    Latching Door
•    Extra room for cabling

Documentation

PMWS 6000 Series

 

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