The Hardy HI 6010 Summing box is a critical component in a weighing system that enables the use of Hardy’s core technologies - C2® and INTEGRATED TECHNICIAN® (IT).
The summing box distributes excitation voltage to up to four load cells and transfers each load cell’s performance characteristics and weight signals to the Hardy weight controller.
A summing card with IT allows a weighing instrument operator to switch to the summing card’s internal test circuit and diagnose the entire weighing system from the front panel of the instrument or a remote location over the Internet. Individual load cells can be isolated from each other for weight and voltage readings, allowing a technician or operator to quickly and safely troubleshoot weighing system faults and anomalies.
Max number of Load Cells
Trim Pot Num Turns
- 11 (for use with non-C2 eCAL systems)
- 0-10 Ω
- 4.875" x 3.0"
- Phoenix Terminal Block,
- 7 pin, 1 row, 3.5 mm pitch
- 55 degree wire entry
- -10 to +60°C (14 to 140°F)
- 180mA at 250'
- 22-24 AWG
- Two-year warranty against defects in workmanship
All specifications are subject to change without notice. Please contact the Hardy factory or visit our website for the latest specifications.
The Hardy Process Toolbox is a set of productivity tools that support industrial weighing functions. Each tool saves time, increases accuracy, improves efficiency, or reduces risk in process weighing applications, including WAVERSAVER® to eliminate vibration, C2® electronic calibration, and Integrated Technician® to name just a few.
The HI 6010JB and 6010IT feature the following Toolbox technologies:
C2® (or eCAL) Electronic Calibration
The Hardy C2® (or eCAL as it is known in China) core feature provides quick and easy electronic calibration of a weighing system without the need for heavy test weights.
INTEGRATED TECHNICIAN® Operator Diagnostics (6010IT only)
Hardy's INTEGRATED TECHNICIAN (IT) core feature helps you troubleshoot your weighing system and diagnose problems from the front of the instrument or via the PLC. These tests display system weights, voltages, and pass/fail displays to help isolate a problem to the instrument, cabling, or sensors, helping to reduce maintenance costs.