Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Fairbanks Scales offers FB2550 Driver Assist Terminal



Fairbanks Scales (USA) - FB2550 reduces operating costs and eliminates driver safety concerns.

Fairbanks Scales, Inc., a leader in weighing technology, offers their FB2550 Driver Assist Terminal, designed to speed the vehicle-weighing process and reduce associated operating costs.

Fairbanks’ attendant-free FB2550 Driver Assist Terminal allows the driver to interact with the terminal without ever leaving their vehicle, eliminating safety concerns and liability that can occur when drivers walk across scale platforms and traffic lanes. A color touch screen, large text and numeric keys, as well as simple-to-understand prompts facilitate and speed operation. The FB2550 also features built in Ethernet connectivity that easily interfaces scale transaction data with a company’s existing computer network.

The time reduction from the Driver Assist Terminal allows for an increase in scale throughput and overall efficiency. It also allows for 24-hour operation without additional labor costs. Tailored to meet the unique needs of individual customers, the innovative terminals and systems improve weighing operations due to their simplicity and seamless acquisition and integration of weight data.

About Fairbanks Scales:
Founded in 1830, Fairbanks Scales has become the leader in the industrial weighing market by creating and manufacturing an unrivaled range of weighing equipment solutions. From bench, parcel, counting, floor, and truck scales to animal, railroad track, and a full range of specialty scales, Fairbanks Scales has a reputation for being the most agile and attentive industrial weighing partner in the business. Headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., the company is also uniquely positioned to provide services for non-weighing products based on its nationwide contingent of technicians who can provide preventive maintenance and consistent, reliable service.

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