Kistler is using its booth to highlight to the American market a bespoke weigh-in-motion (WIM) data logger designed to interface with Lineas WIM sensors. The company says this combination allows users to monitor traffic in real time and gather key vehicle data including weight and imbalance, axle loads and spacing, speed and driving behaviour.
According to Kistler the key is enhanced conditioning and processing of the signal from the Lineas WIM sensor to achieve higher weighing accuracy across the vehicle speed range while maximising reliability.
It says the data logger is easily integrated into an end-user’s system and allows customised solutions to suit individual requirements.
The WIM Data Logger is available in four or eight channel configuration and there are various digital inputs and outputs to interface peripheral devices including loop cards, light curtains, traffic signals, camera triggers and barriers.
A web interface enables end users to set up and calibrate the WIM site and the data logger is capable of OIML certified operation. Vehicle data is stored locally and can be accessed through the web interface or retrieved in real time by the control unit.