CONiQ® Control 4.3“ Compact
Next Generation of industrial weighing control systems
CONiQ® Control 4.3” Compact is an innovative and flexible weighing control system, for use with various industrial weighing applications and process controls. Awarded the reddot award 2019, the touch control interface intuitively guides the user through the program (according to ISO 9241) – either directly on the device or using web-based remote access.
CONiQ® Control’s basic version is for simple weighing applications such as platform scales and cargo scales with strain gauge load cells.
As an option, the appropriate application and legal-for-trade verification can be selected from various application modules.
- Cargo scales
- Crane scales
- Truck scales
Award-winning user interface:
In close cooperation with experts for user interfaces and based on feedback from customers, user-friendly user interface was created in an iterative process, to meet the highest demands on software ergonomics according to ISO 9241. After brief instruction, the intuitive operation guides the user easily through their task.
Web-based user interface:
No app or software installation is required. Access to the award-winning user interface is web-based and https encrypted. In addition to shorter reaction times, this enables fast and easy service access and remote support. Depending on requirements, the device can be operated either via touch display, an external keyboard, a local computer or with a mobile device, just like one is used to on a smartphone.
In accordance with latest requirements, both hardware and software are modular and can be combined to suit relevant applications. CONiQ® Control has three freely assignable slots for I/O expansion modules, a fieldbus interface for easy system integration, two USB ports for connecting further peripherals and is available with different housing variants. This allows the controller to be adapted precisely to changing applications and environments. The functions of the controller are determined by the software, expansion modules used and parameterization.