Product News: Test & Measuring Instruments

Wireless Scale System suits weighing of lightweight aircraft.

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April 10, 2012 - Consisting of 3 platform scales and RFX(TM) Wireless Handheld Indicator, ACII(TM) Aircraft System is suited for FBO operations and maintenance programs. Battery-powered system comes in 4,500, 7,500, and 15,000 lb capacities with accuracy of ±.1% of reading or ± display graduation, whichever is greater. With wireless indicator, users can turn scales on/off, zero scales, change scale and indicator settings, and perform calibration. RS232 and USB output are included.

IntercompCo, inc.

14465 23rd Ave. N., Minneapolis, MN, 55447-4742, USA

Original Press Release

Intercomp's ACII(TM) Series Aircraft Scales

Press release date: March 28, 2012

Minneapolis, MN Intercomp now offers an efficient, economical, RFX(TM) Wireless Weighing Scale System perfect for weighing light weight aircraft This system consists of three ultralight yet durable platform scales and RFX(TM) Wireless Handheld Indicator. The ACII(TM) Aircraft System is ideal for FBO operations and maintenance programs.

The Handheld RFX(TM) Wireless Indicator fully controls scale functions. Users can turn scales on and off, zero scales, change scale and indicator settings, and calibrate right from the handheld indicator. The ACII(TM) will also calculate center of gravity. Battery life using standard AA batteries last up to 300 hours in the scales, and 40 hours in the indicator. Standard features of the indicator are, large-easy to read, backlit characters, RS232 & USB Output.

The ACII(TM) Aircraft Scale system is offered in 4,500lb (2,200kg), 7,500lb (3,400kg), 15,000lb (6,800kg) capacities with an accuracy rating of ±.1% of reading or ± display graduation, whichever is greater.

For more information, contact Intercomp at 800-328-3336 or worldwide 763-476- 2531, Fax 763-476-2613, Email: info@intercompcompany.com or visit us on the web at www.intercompcompany.com

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