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EXCELL Launches GW-IP Weighing Indicators with Ethernet Connectivity, enabling Scale-IoT®

2019/4/12

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EXCELL today expanded its portfolio of GW and GTW weighing indicators with a new Ethernet TCP/IP connectivity. The GW/GTW-IP allows for a network connection to the company’s computer system through the RJ45 connector; it’s easy to install and it’s fitted with a cable for the connection to the indicators.

"The GW/GTW weighing indicator is a high precision, multi-functional device to be universally used in industrial weighing applications, including the food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries," said C.C. Lo, President and CEO at EXCELL.

"GW/GTW Series indicators are ideal for applications that require a basic weighing indicator for performing Zero, Tare and Print functions. Their simple yet powerful design makes them the perfect choice for connecting with bench, platform or floor scale and bin/tank/hopper (vessel) scales. The Ethernet interfaces make the GW/GTW-IP a powerful tool for capturing weighing data and delivering it in real time," said Jeff Chien, Vice President of Global Sales & Marketing at EXCELL.

The GW-IP and GTW-IP also include an embedded Web server used to remotely configure, monitor, or troubleshoot the attached devices.

About EXCELL Precision
EXCELL, founded in 1979, is a global leading manufacturer and marketer of Hi-Tech precision instrument and supplier of industrial automation for use in laboratory, industrial and retailing applications. EXCELL is an innovative leader in the Scale-IoT® and Scale-Factory® scale automation industry, where it has been helping the customers across the entire globe to implement balances, weighing and scales automation solutions in a variety of industries and applications. EXCELL employs over 400 people worldwide, with manufacturing facilities and operations in Taiwan, Shanghai and Vietnam. EXCELL serves the customers in more than 100 countries on six continents.

Contact : pm-all@excell.com.tw

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