TW-1 Weigh Scale G02601
Entry level EID compatible weigh scale.
Simple to operate, touch screen weigh scale - collect data to optimise animal performance. Weight gain at the touch of a finger.
The TW1- Weigh Scale has won the following awards:
2018 Good Design Award Australia
2017 Good Design Award Chicago
2017 Best Design Awards NZ
2018 Red dot Award - Product Design
- Market leading touch screen technology – Bright, high clarity, outdoor readable touch screen. Large 7” screen is easily read in direct sunlight
- Simple to use - Extremely intuitive, easy to use interface
- On board help, 24/7 - The entire product manual is loaded into the product. No matter where you are, or what you are trying to do help is only one click away
- Animal notes and note alerts - Record notes against animals on the spot for later review and stop any action until acknowledged by the operator
- Animal data analysis on device - Shows individual weight gain graphs and weight distribution plots for all animals in a weighing session
- Tough, rugged exterior - Farm ready design, and toughened, scratch proof glass screen makes it suitable for all environments
- Flexible mounting options - Easy to use sitting flat, or mounted vertically. The adjustable mounting bracket provides tailored viewing angles for optimum visibility
- Flexible connectivity options - Whether connecting to drafters or readers via a serial cable, to a PC via USB or utilising the Bluetooth and WiFi wireless options, the TW-1 has every option available. It includes the option to connect two independent data devices directly
- Complete package - includes tough and convenient Gallagher carry case, mounting bracket, micro-fibre screen cloth, battery charging cable, mains charging cable, USB drive loaded with APS software, USB cable for data transfer to PC.
|Warranty||1 year (2 years if registered online)|
|Width or Length||235mm|
TW Scale Indicator Simulator
Our Touch Screen Scale Simulator allows you to explore seven of the most commonly performed tasks. Select a button below to get started. Please note in this simulation we use kilograms. Users have the option of setting their measurement preference to pounds.