IDS 430
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Industrial Data Systems Inc., proudly introduces the addition of the new IDS 430 digital weight indicator to the 400 series indicator line.

The versatility of the IDS 430 allows you to perform a number of tasks. These range from basic weighing operations to more complex tasks such as controlling batches, check-weighing, or bulk -loading.

The IDS 430 includes, 16 programmable instructions (macros), and provides you with the capability of designing the printed record to satisfy your specific requirements. Compact in size and weight, the system is housed in a rugged stainless steel enclosure which can be wall or desk mounted. The unit can be tilted to any angle to provide you with the best possible view.

One inch high, seven segment LED characters make it easier to read from longer distance than most digital indicators. Brightness can be adjusted to suit conditions. The keyboard features large keys which give you tactile confirmation of input.


From gross, tare and net weighing to sophisticated trip-level event monitoring. Seven built-in applications standard: Fill to setpoint, Check weigh, Weigh-in Weigh-out, Manual/Auto axle or container weighing, ID tare and total and Peak Hold. Applications are unlimited for the user who is capable of writing a basic program. For those who prefer turnkey products, Industrial Data Systems offers a constantly growing number of standard applications at no additional charge or custom programming is available.


The basic weighing mode features push-button zero, push-button tare and keyboard tare. The display indicates the weight and scale status. The weight data can be transmitted to a printer, scoreboard, computer, etc. Additional functions allow the user or scale technician to program this indicator for specific application using Scale Basic. This is done by entering instructions into the IDS 430 using codes for addition, subtraction, activating events, etc. An Event Monitor is included to provide user-definable setpoints that trigger relay outputs. The IDS 430 monitors the weight on the scale and compares it with the setpoint level. When the weight on the scale reaches the setpoint, a relay output is activated. The setpoints are defined in an event record which defines how the set-point is calculated, what relay to activate, and what other function to initiate. EZ Link, a windows-based software program, is optionally available to enable programming on a PC and uploading to the IDS 430.


Utilizes latest Delta Sigma scale technology (60 samples per second). Equipped with two bi-directional serial ports and one digital port for TTL I/O control. TTL signals can be used for relay switching to control traffic lights, alarms, bells, augers, etc. Lightning protection suppresses voltage spikes on load cell and AC input lines. Network capable of controlling several units from a master. Programmable serial data output. Remote control operation. Provides Audit Number for calibration data. Modifiable print formats to fit any size ticket. Universal printer interface to most common printers.


Input power option:    12 to 28 VDC.

Analog Output:    Provides4-20ma, 0-20ma, 0-24ma, 0-5v, 0-10v outputs with 16-bit resolution for process control.

Relay Module:    Housed inside a NEMA enclosure, the relay module accommodates 4 optically-isolated, solid-state relays inputs or outputs. Relay configurations vary depending upon the application, consult the factory.

EZ Link:    A windows software program which allows you to perform all configuration and application programming on your computer and upload it to the IDS 430. The IDS 430 can download information to the EZ Link as well. With EZ Link, you can configure scale parameters I/O ports, print formats, passwords, and set-points. You program with "event -driven programming". EZ Link includes an editor to facilitate writing the program and a compiler to check for errors.


Serial Port 1:     ...............................     RS232 or 20ma current loop.
Serial Port 2:     ...............................     RS232 RS485 or 20ma current loop.
Digital Port:     ...............................       3TTL inputs and 3 TTL outputs.