Driver Friendly Overload Prevention for vehicles up to 8.2 Tonnes
The latest development in the Limitlite™ range, the Tradesman display has been created at customer request, in order to provide a simple visual guide to the loading condition of your vehicle. Using the same tried and tested sensor technology as the market leading Limitlite™ Plus range, which has had thousands of units installed across many years, the Tradesman allows an ‘at a glance’ check for both front and rear axle loads, as well as Gross Vehicle Weight.
Equally suitable for new or retrofit applications, the Limitlite™ Tradesman has the added benefit of quicker installation thanks to data transfer via laptop or handheld programmer. The display is smaller than the existing range, meaning easier installation away from the swept area, and requires no driver interaction. Vehicle Telemetry (VTS) output comes as standard and allows for remote overload warnings and fault reporting.
Accurate to within the DVSA guidelines for roadside spot checks, this latest application is the most economic means of ensuring that a driver protects both himself and the company from fines, penalties or loss of license. In addition, the Limitlite™ Tradesman benefits from a lifetime warranty on parts and labour, subject to regular service and calibration*, meaning that long term costs are kept to a bare minimum.
KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Monitors GVW plus Front and Rear Axles.
- Easy to interpret display giving simple LED ‘Traffic Light’ representation of load condition.
- Easy to use – no driver input required.
- Visual and Audible alarms.
- In built display damping to help avoid false readings from uneven surfaces.
- Heavy duty cast alloy sensors from the tried and tested Limitlite™ range.
- Dedicated aftercare service.
- Accurate to within the same tolerances laid down for DVSA spot checks**.
- Vehicle Telematics as standard (VTS).
- In-built fault reporting.
- Single Axle version available if required.
* For more information please contact.
**Reference Lacors – http://lacors.gov.uk/lacors/upload/4179.doc