Right Weigh Load Scales App

STEP 1: DOWNLOAD RIGHT WEIGH APP TO YOUR DEVICE

The Right Weigh Load Scales App can be used to monitor scale weights from your phone or tablet! It has many useful features including:

  • Displays on the ground axle group weight and vehicle gross/net weight
  • Bluetooth range up to 250 feet away
  • Overweight and warning weight features
  • Send weight data via email or text message

Click the link below to download the FREE Right Weigh Load Scales App!

app-icon

STEP 2: CONNECT APP TO SCALE(S)

1: IDENTIFY SCALE

With the gauge off, hold down the MENU button, press the ON/OFF button, and release both simultaneously.

Press the MENU button twice to see the unique identifier for your gauge. This identifier will appear in the factory-set scale name and the scale ID displayed in the app.

2: OPEN APP

Once the app has been downloaded and opened, you will see the home screen with no gauge connected to it and a gross weight of “0”.

3: ADD GAUGE

On the app home screen, press the “Add Gauge” button and choose whether the gauge is connected to the truck or trailer.

When connecting to a gauge, keep in mind that the Bluetooth connection range is between 100 to 250 feet or more, depending on the device brand and version, line of sight to the scale, and material interferences. A direct line-of-sight with no metal or concrete interference will provide the best possible signal. Metal or concrete obstructions will reduce the signal strength. Signal strength further degrades as more or thicker obstructions are added between the smart device and the load scale.

4: SELECT SCALE

Look for the gauge with the name containing the unique identifier found in step 1. Select the appropriate gauge to add it to the home screen.

The app can support up to 8 scales at a time. If you are adding more than one gauge, be sure to add the truck gauge first and then add the trailer gauges in order from front to back. If the scales are in the wrong order, delete them and re-add them in the correct order.

5: CHECK CONNECTION STATUS ON HOME PAGE

On the home page, check that the Bluetooth connection status icon is blue and that the scale is reading the proper weight. 

If the Bluetooth connection becomes lost, follow these steps to regain connection:

  • Make sure you are within range and that there is nothing interfering that may block connection
  • Make sure the scale is receiving power (if the scale doesn’t turn on, check that is it connected to a SWITCHED power source)
  • If another user is connected to the scale, have them delete it of their app in order for you to connect to it
  • Delete the scale from the app and try re-connecting to it
  • Close and re-open the app

The app can support up to 8 scales at a time. If you are adding more than one gauge, be sure to add the truck gauge first and then add the trailer gauges in order from front to back. If the scales are in the wrong order, delete them and re-add them in the correct order.

STEP 3: FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE APP

4asset-4

MENU – The menu button opens a menu with 3 selections: View Data, Settings, Contact Us. The app version number is also displayed at the bottom of the menu.

SHARE – The share icon will allow you to send your weight data via email or text message.

PRINT – The print icon will allow you to print a weight receipt to most Bluetooth “POS” receipt printer with your weight data and location on it.

GROSS & NET WEIGHT – Gross weight is the total weight of all monitored axle group from all connected gauges. Net weight is the net change in gross weight wince the rare button was last pressed.

TARE – Pressing the “TARE” button will zero the net weight. Press “TARE” before loading to see how much commodity has been loaded on the vehicle. All of the vehicle’s axles must be monitored for a correct gross or net weight.

SCALE NAME – Once you have connected the gauge to your phone app, the scale name will display here.

AXLE GROUP / CALIBRATION SET NAME – These names represent either the axle groups or calibration sets being monitored and are dependent on the operating mode of the scale.

CONNECTION STATUS – A blue icon means the scale is connected. If the icon is gray, the scale has been disconnected or is out of range and pressing the refresh icon will allow the app to attempt to reconnect.

SCALE DETAILS – Clicking on the “Details” button will send you to a details page with more information on the scale status and will allow you to set the scale name.

ADD SCALE – Once your scale has been connected to power, click the “+ Add Gauge” button to scan for and connect to each scale on your vehicle. Be sure to add them in the order they are connected on your vehicle from front to back.

ADDITIONAL VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS

Check out this video about how to connect your scale to our app!

0
X