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11-06-2014  |  5937x
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Weight Indicators, series 1020

A new range for trade applications

New weight instruments must have more functions and features, be smaller and offer more value for money. PENKO responds to this with a new product range, type 1020. The instruments are suitable for automatic as well non automatic applications, including those for trade. They are a perfect interface between load cells and systems for data processing, control systems etc. Moreover there are four models, certified where applicable, for belt weighing, force measurement, filling machines and check weighing. The unique PENKO way of measuring high speed 1600 conversions/s, and high internal resolution, 24 bits, guarantees a fast and accurate data transfer and/or cut off. These characteristics allow application of the instruments for static and dynamic weighing as well as for fast applications such as filling and check weighing. As a standard, all models are provided with USB to facilitate set-up and back-up functions. Additional models include RS232, RS485/422, Ethernet, CANBUS and Profibus. The range is completed with an analogous output, 0/4 20/24 mA. Easy and fast calibration is done digitally. The 1020 series features the innovative PENKO G-Cal auto-calibration system, allowing calibration for any geographical location directly at the factory prior to shipping and/or installation. The weight is displayed by means of a bright 2,8 TFT screen with 13 mm high figures , and a colour bar.
Choose from two enclosures, a compact panel model and a stainless steel housing. The panel meter has a front of 150 x 76 mm and a depth of only 82 mm; the stainless steel enclosure size including the swivel bar is 180 x 145 x 153 (W x H x D).
The range of instruments has been certified for weighing equipment in accordance with the European Directives NAWI and MID.
For easy selection a convenient brochure is available.

Company information

PENKO Engineering B.V.
PENKO Engineering B.V.
PENKO Engineering B.V. specialises in the development and manufacture of high accuracy and reliable electronic weighing and dosing systems typically designed for use in process industries. We also provide OEM companies with a wide range of weighing and dosing measurement, display and sequencer components and products for integration in automated machinery. The ever increasing cost of materials, growing stringent environmental regulations, consistent quality and track and traceability, insist that process industries pay more attention to quality conformity. The basic and most reliable measuring method to warrant all of the above is still defined by weight, regardless of whether the product is a liquid, a solid mass, granules, a powder or a gas. Over Thirty Years Weighing Experience Established over thirty years ago, PENKO was acquired in June 2004 by ETC (Electronic Theatre Controls) of Middleton, WI, USA. Our ambitions have not changed - we are dedicated to supplying the best technology weighing and dosing solutions to clients who depend on continuous and batch control manufacturing processes. Our client base includes the food & beverage, pharmaceutical, packaging, metals, pulp & paper and petrochemical industries. We work closely with OEMs and system integrators who supply the process industry. PENKO Engineering B.V. is a Dutch company within the global ETC Inc. group of companies based in a factory in Ede, Netherlands. Our company is represented in many major industrial countries through a global network of dealers and agents, fully supported by our own field sales and service teams. PENKO is a member of Vereniging Nederlandse Leveranciers van Weeginstrumenten (VLW), the Association of Dutch Suppliers of Weighing Equipment.
Last update: 06-09-2019

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