Wireless Load Cell for Monitoring Towed Loads up to 25 kN / 2.8 tonnes
Bluetooth Output with 100m or 328ft Wireless Range
5:1 Safety Factor
The Straightpoint Towcell wireless load cell is designed to monitor a vehicle's towed load up to 25 kN / 2.8 tonnes. Typical applications include emergency services, salvage, off-road and much more. The Towcell allows for increased safety and the avoidance of costly overloads by providing real-time monitoring of tensile towing forces during recovery, clearance and salvage efforts. The Straightpoint Towcell is rugged, lightweight, compact and can be installed, with ease, onto any tow bar, whether its a standard 52mm or 2 ball or pin assembly and is ready to use in seconds.
Modeled after Straightpoints best-selling Radiolink plus, the Towcell is constructed of high-quality aircraft-grade aluminum, featuring an advanced internal design structure providing the product with an unrivaled strength to weight ratio, and allowing for the use of a separate internal sealed enclosure. This internal sealed enclosure provides the internal electronic components with IP67/NEMA6 waterproof environmental protection even with the battery cover plate missing.
Easily sourced AA alkaline batteries offer a massive battery life of 500 hours, the Towcell utilizes an unbreakable internal antenna. Towcell loads are displayed via Bluetooth SW-HHP App for Android and iOS devices.
- Straightpoint Towcell-Bluetooth Towbar Load Cell
- Proof test certificate
- Operator Manual
- Carry/Storage Case
- AA Alkaline Batteries
- RFID Tagged
- Unique design to fit any standard 2 tow-hitch
- Lightweight Internal antennae
- Compact size
- Bluetooth wireless communication
- Range 100m or 328ft
- Waterproof to IP67/NEMA6
- Unmatched battery life of 500hrs
- Vehicle load monitoring
- Emergency services
- Rescue & Salvage
- 4 x 4 Events
- Design validated by F.E.A.
- Warranty 1-Year (FREE Extension to 2-Years with Product Registration)
|25 kN / 2.8 Tonnes
|0.01 kN / 0.001 Tonnes
|+/- 0.1% FS
|1.4 Kg / 3lbs
|-10c to +50c / 14 to 122F
|100 metres / 328 feet
|Refer to PDF Brochure