202 Series – Interior Digital Load Scale
Usable for Steer, Drive and Trailer Axle Groups.
Right Weigh’s in dash digital gauges are designed to mount in the cab of any tractor or straight truck with air suspension. After both an empty and loaded calibration has been performed at a certified ground scale, the gauge will reliably display the on-the-ground axle group weight in pounds or kilograms. Models are available with up to four air sensors to monitor up to four separate axle groups with one height control valve (HCV) each or any combination of axle groups with a total of four HCVs. This makes the interior digital gauge a great option for dedicated tractor-trailer sets.
To monitor only a drive axle group with one HCV, select (1) from the HCV drop-down. For drive axle groups with two HCVs, or a dedicated tractor trailer set with one HCV each on the drive and trailer axle groups, select (2) from the HCV drop-down. For dedicated tractor trailer sets with more than one trailer or more than one HCV on any axle group, count the total number of HCV’s between all the groups to be monitored. Select the appropriate number, either (3) or (4), from the HCV drop-down. For tractors with air suspension on the steer axle, this gauge can be used to monitor the steer axle suspension however it is not recommended unless you have a sliding fifth wheel and see a lot of weight change on your steer axle. This in dash digital readout gauge comes with an Estimated Steer feature that calculates the steer axle weight from the air suspension drive axle group. Estimated Steer can be used on tractors with air or spring suspension steer axles and is often more accurate than measuring with an air or strain sensor. Estimated Steer cannot be used on straight trucks or in tractor applications where the driver slides the fifth wheel. Moving the fifth wheel will throw off the weight calculation.