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Rice Lake Survivor LaserLight™ Series Remote Display

Now with time & date! Prominently display weight and numeric data both inside and out with the LaserLight Series of remote displays. A durably constructed design showcases either four-inch or six-inch bright red characters, for visibility in any setting.

  • Six high-intensity red digits (double-row discrete LED)
  • Time & date
  • Four high-intensity red annunciators for gross, net, lb, kg
  • Available in 4” (101.6 mm) and 6” (152.4 mm) digit sizes
  • Auto Learn mode of communication protocols
  • Hold displayed weight (demand input)
  • Software selectable stand still mode, no updates while in motion
  • Software configuration menu
  • Durable weather-tight enclosure
  • Adjustable daylight/night intensity
  • Non-glare contrast filtered lens
  • Mirror function
  • RS-232, 20 mA, and RS-485 communications
  • Auto sensing 115/230 VAC power supply
  • 6” (152.4 mm) LaserLight enclosure mounting holes match SURVIVOR IQ F40 Series remote display
  • Porous polyethylene breather vent

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Matko SBL-2

The SBL-2 was designed for outdoor industrial environments with a recommended viewing distance between 5 and 25 feet and a maximum recommended distance of 75 feet.  Typical applications include truck and axle scales and any application requiring a shorter viewing distances.  The SBL-2 can display full alpha and numeric characters.  This unit comes with a visor and a mounting bracket that can be used on both a wall and a poll.
Matko RD-100

Matko RD-100

The RD-100 was designed for indoor office use with a recommended viewing distance between 1 and 10 feet and a maximum recommended distance of 25 feet.  Typical applications include truck and axle scales.  This unit comes with  a mounting bracket that can be mounted to any wall, desk, or ceiling.

Gold-Eagle

In 2008 we purchased a Fairbanks Pit-type Truck Scale from Siouxland Scale Service for one of our locations which has a throughput of roughly 2.7 million bushels of corn and 1 million bushels of soybeans per year. With such a high volume of heavy truck traffic we needed a scale that would stand up to the rigors we place on it. The choice was obvious and ironically enough we still use the "Old" Fairbanks Pit-type Truck Scale for outbound traffic that was installed in 1985.

From project planning, thought installation, and onto scale testing, the entire process was executed professionally, timely, as planned, and within budget. My experience working with Siouxland Scale Service has been nothing short of exceptional.

Erick Anderson Project Engineer Gold-Eagle Cooperative November 18, 2015

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