How to use the wireless crane scale correctly？
Author:jinmai Time:2019-07-18 16:24:19
Wireless electronic crane scale is one of the electronic crane scales. It is not particularly common in our daily life. It is generally used in
mines, coal yards and chemical industries. Wireless electronic crane scale has many advantages, such as fast and accurate weighing, high
degree and easy operation. However, when using wireless electronic crane scales, there are many places we need to pay attention to,
otherwise the weighing will be inaccurate due to improper operation. Here are some of the ways I use to properly use the wireless electronic
crane scale. I hope to help you learn more about wireless electronic crane scales.
First, before using the wireless electronic crane scale, we must load the corresponding power supply battery into the scale body. After
loading the power supply battery, lock the battery clamp and close the door of the wireless electronic crane scale . When it is found that
there is no voltage in the indicator in the weighing, it is necessary to replace the power supply battery in time and charge the replaced battery.
When the power supply battery is not used for a long time, periodically recharge it and place the charged power supply battery in a dry,
ventilated place. When the wireless electronic crane scale is connected for weighing, it is necessary to ensure that the connected power
supply is independent and cannot be used together with other electronic equipment. Before turning on the transmitter, make sure that
the transmitting antenna and the feedback line are properly connected so as not to damage the transmitter.
Second, when the wireless electronic crane scale is in use, do not collide with other objects. The load cell, circuit board, weighing display and
other components built into the wireless electronic crane scale are easily damaged after being subjected to a severe collision, resulting in
weighing. Therefore, when using it, we should gently handle it to avoid collision between the scale body and the falling object.