The BW-HA advanced wireless handheld brings an additional level of portability to the Broadweigh system by expanding its standalone monitoring capabilities. This device allows users to perform advanced operations with load shackle readings without the need for a PC and a base station.
BW-HA can be configured to one of the following three operational modes:
Works straight out-of-the-box
Shows the nearest shackles with the same radio settings
Ideal for walking between different stages with the handheld and picking up readings from all shackles independently of other monitoring systems.
(Up to 24) inputs can be configured separately
Shackles can be named and have audible warning levels set
Shackles can be summed together giving totals for a whole structure and individual trusses. The total can be ‘drilled down’ to allow viewing of individual shackle values
The devices features a backlit display, which makes it usable in low-light environments.
Broadweigh wireless handheld display BW-HA is powered by a pair of standard alkaline AA batteries and is configured using BW-Toolkit software which runs on a PC connected to the Broadweigh base station.
- Wireless handheld display
- Supports overload and underload warnings for individual shackles, groups of shackles and windspeed sensors.
- Backlit display makes the device usable in low-light environments.
- Roaming mode reads data from any shackle in range
- Sleep / Wake function
- Local and remote battery and signal indicators
- Fully weatherised (IP67)