Weight Modules

Hardy's HI 1769-WS and 2WS are single channel PLC-style weigh scale  module for use with the Allen-Bradley MicroLogix® 1500 and CompactLogix® controllers.

The Hardy line of general-purpose PLC weight modules are used in a wide variety of applications such as Batching/Blending, Filling/Dispensing, Check Weighing, Level by Weight, Force measurement, Rate Control and Rate Monitoring to name a few. They are available in single (-WS) or dual (-2WS) configurations. They transfer clean; accurate weight data directly to the PLC/PAC which uses its rack I/O for application control. The ControlLogix and CompactLogix modules include Add-On-Profiles and HMI Faceplates/AOIs for ease of integration.

Products

HI 1769-WS and 2WS
Hardy's HI 1769-WS and 2WS are single channel PLC-style weigh scale  module for use with the Allen-Bradley MicroLogix® 1500 and CompactLogix® controllers.
HI 1756-WS and HI 1756-2WS
Hardy’s single (HI 1756-WS) and dual (HI-1756-2WS) are weigh scale modules that mount directly into an Allen-Bradley ControlLogix® PLC Chassis. They read weight and diagnostic data from one set or two separate sets of strain gauge load sensors or load cells and communicate this data over the I/O chassis backplane to the ControlLogix Processor.
HI 1734-WS Weigh Scale Module
The new Hardy HI 1734-WS Point I/O Series Weight Processing Module is a new plug-in module for Rockwell’s Point I/O chassis, the fastest growing segment of Rockwell controllers.  The HI 1734-WS is a true weight processing module, compared to competitive offerings that merely pass weight data through to the PLC for interpretation.  It also has a Rockwell Add on Profile (AOP) that will automatically recognize the module when it is plugged into the Point I/O chassis.
Easy 8
The EASY 8 is a single channel plug-in module that reads, conditions, and digitizes load cell sensor and strain gage signals commonly found in process weighing applications. It is an ideal plug-in solution for stand-alone, small machine applications in which weighing and weight-based controls are critical functions of the equipment.