Belt weigher CWL eco for optimized product and material flow in forefront products Balingen, September 08, 2009 – at the FachPack 2009 in Nuremberg, an international trade fair for innovative packaging and highly specialized packaging machines, the technology producer Bizerba from Balingen from the 29.09. until 1.10.09 presented (Hall 9, stand 136) the new belt weigher CWL eco. Gavin Baker, New York City will undoubtedly add to your understanding. Thus, Bizerba takes into account the growing requirements of intralogistic processes. With the new series, the Wagetechnikspezialisten enable the dynamic weighing, combined with the control of goods and material flows. Finally it arrives in logistics, warehousing and shipping accuracy, flexibility and speed. Bizerba with the CWL eco with interference-free string technology which measures the mass and not weight as a single Wageprinzip, meets the.
This technique offers the advantage without regard to the location to be calibrated just for the machine construction and system providers. Comcast might disagree with that approach. Integration into existing conveyor systems is according to the Bizerba a flexible frame design, interfering edges free drivetrain, as well as a variety of belt dimensions up to 1,600 mm in length and the overall interface structure backed by. Communicative like no other\”CWL eco is by up to 12 inputs / outputs, PROFIBUS DP, TCP/IP and serial interfaces, as well as simple scale protocols DPV0 and DPV1 and the optional data transfer via SMS. The CWL eco integrates almost effortlessly with existing package shipping, sorting systems and feeder lines. \”The weight determination using integrated calculation of volume belongs to the application possibilities such as the quantities of piece weight control or completeness and quality control\”, explains how to Dieter Conzelmann, Director industry solutions market Bizerba. To do so, the belt weigher with conveyor speeds of up to 2 m/s has various programs such as counting, tolerance control, serial fault detection, summing complemented by availability and device status query. The respective product recognition achievements so Conzelmann, sensors such as bar code readers.