Prolyte PROTOS Load monitoring system

Prolyte PROTOS Load monitoring systems launched @ Broadcast Asia 2018 with Loud Technologies Asia

For this, Prolyte have developed a comprehensive range of force monitoring equipment for the entertainment industry. A complete line of wireless and wired daisy chain loadcell shackles ranging from 3.25 to 4.75 Tonnes is available for in and outdoor use thanks to the use of IP67 rated enclosures. The shackles are equipped with a unique centralising bobbin for precise measuring of the load. The daisy chain loadcells can be run with up to a 1000 meters of wire and can be used in groups of up to 32 units. The wireless loadcell receivers have a range of up to 800 meters, this can be further extended by 800 meters when using the PROTOS active repeater. Using the repeater also makes it possible to circumvent signal-blocking obstacles. The force monitoring software can be installed on a computer or tablet with Windows OS installed. Personalised settings, configuration and layout of the soft- and hardware can be easily achieved with their quick start guide. Also available is the wireless handheld receiver for quick reverence of individual loadcells. The handheld will wake the loadcells up when in range. Other devices PROTOS offers are an integratable wireless wind speed meter, power pack, a solar panel to charge it that can be of great value when having long term setup and many more products. For users with more specific needs, we have a GPRS transmitter unit available, which is able to send an email or SMS to any phone in the world as soon as a user-determined limit, such as for example high wind speeds or loading limits, has been reached. Sudden changes in weather conditions can be very problematic, but with this unit, surprises like an overload when there is no rigger present on site can be mitigated. To improve safety, with a focus on the flexibility and ease of use that this industry needs. Making an intuitive and affordable solution to measuring the forces on the loads you’re lifting, or the structures you’re building

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