General Measure's Brand New Harsh Mount Weight Indicator GMT-H2

General Measure's Brand New Harsh Mount Weight Indicator GMT-H2

General Measure Technology Co. Ltd. (China) - Press Release: GMT-H2 is a brand new harsh mount weighing indicator for weight transmitting on the industrial site. It has superior appearance, stable performance, and  it is easy operation. GMT-H2 can be widely used in lithium batteries, chemical, feed, concrete mixing, and other industrial automation fields for silo weighing, platform weighing, weight checking, loss-in-weight, liquid filling, batching, and so on.

A closer look at GMT-H2, it is stainless steel housing case with water-proof connector. The front has 6-digit 2-inch LED display, 6 status indicators, and 5 shortcut keys. With General Measure blue label, the overall design is exquisite. 

GMT-H2 supports RS485 and RS232, 4 input and 6 output I/O communication, optional analog output and optional ModbusTCP/IP or ProfiNet or EtherNet/IP. 

For more information, please check the video and have a look. We will release more operation videos about GMT-H2 soon.

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