Kistler Announces New WIM Data Logger

Kistler Announces New WIM Data Logger

On March 26, 2014

Kistler Group (Switzerland) - Kistler Weigh-in-Motion (WIM) Sensors – so called Lineas® - had been successfully in use for decades all around the world. At this year’s Intertraffic in Amsterdam Kistler will announce the new Lineas WIM Data Logger. The data logger has been developed specifically to interface Lineas WIM sensors and to provide most accu-rate vehicle weight data. The data logger can be easily integrated into any overall solution by a system integrator to optimally cover several applications such as traffic data collection (statistics), enforcement (as a pre-selection tool) and toll col-lection.

Wide precision:
The Lineas WIM Data Logger is able to process a wide variety of traffic data. It offers a high weighing accuracy with a wide measuring range, from low to high-speed. The data logger is capable of OIML certified measurement. Thanks to its compact design, with integrated charge amplifier, it can easily be integrated in any overall solution. A modern web interface allows a quick setup of the data logger.

One step ahead:This step is part of Kistler strategy which aims to ensure delivering best quality of vehicle weight data to the customer, by mastering the WIM sensor technology and newly the WIM signal processing. In many applications the importance of accuracy and reliability of data has increased and thus the requirements for most advanced technology.

Kistler will continue to push for technological advancement and to sell weigh-in-motion equipment through its strong and reliable network of system integrators.

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