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Longacre # 72609 Computerscales® Accuset Ii™ Professional Model on 2040-parts.com

US $1,445.00
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:72609 Country of Manufacture:United States Part Brand:Longacre

 LONGACRE # 72609
Computerscales® AccuSet II™ Professional Model
 

Getting your chassis setup correctly and accurately will make a huge difference in handling and give you more wins and better finishes.

CNC Machined Billet Aluminum Pads - 14 lb. capacity per pad - Set of 4 - 3.0" x 5.5"
Read wheel weights in 1/100 lb., 1/10 oz. or grams - Easy to switch
Large 4 line display shows all 4 wheels and ALL partial % - Rear, Left, Cross, Total, etc. (Weight and % total)
Easy to use - just set them up and turn them on
1/10 of 1% accuracy
Face is slanted for easier viewing
Cable lengths can be adjusted to suit your needs. The extra cable is stored inside the electronic box. Adjusts in seconds.
Comes with silver carrying case for pads and electronics
 
Specifications
Control Box
Model:AccuSet II™
Memory:1 slot
Batteries:6 AA
Cables:Black
Case:Silver
Pads
Size:3.0" x 5.5" x 1 3/4"
Capacity:14 lb per pad
Finish:CNC Machined
Load cells per pad:1


Professional Model 

This Professional model shows all 4 wheel weights on separated displays for easiest viewing. Also shows ALL partial % and weights on a separate 4 line display that can be easily customized to your preferences. An easy-to-use Memory stores 8 setups with instant recall. The Premium Yellow cables come with billet AN connectors with gold-plated contacts and locking rings.

Fully Machined CNC Pads 
Longacre scale pads have elaborate computer designed internal strengthening ribs for maximum rigidity. These new pads are CNC machined to a dead flat finish - within just .005"

Simple to Use

This is the easiest system to use. Just set it up and turn it on. Everything is displayed at the same time in a logical, simple-to-understand format. No complicated instructions to remember, no overcrowded display with too much information crammed into too small a space.

Low Power Consumption
This system runs on 6 AA batteries (included). The advanced electronics used here consume so little power that this system should run for 1 year or more in normal use before replacement. No recharger is needed. An accurate Low Battery indicator gives you plenty of warning when replacements are due.

Latest Electronic Stabilized Readings
Numbers don't jump around - accurate weights guaranteed!
The newest scale systems are amazingly sensitive. 

To assure that you get the most accurate, reliable readings possible we have developed special electronic stabilization circuitry for this model.It uses the latest 24-bit ADC converter (most other scales use 14-bit) and special proprietary software that averages many readings to filter out most small short-duration spikes. The result is a rock steady reading virtually no jitter. The weights you get are accurate, consistant and repeatable, giving you the most accurate setups possible to keep you running up front. 

  • Premium Yellow cables, AN Billet connectors w. gold-plated contacts and lock rings, and luggage grade Silver carrying case
  • 4 individual wheel weight displays
  • Large 4 line display for all partial % and weights easily customized to your preferences
  • Instant recall Memory for 8 complete setups
  • Four CNC Machined 15" low profile scale pads with handles and recessed connectors - 1500 lbs per pad capacity
  • Advanced low power consumption electronics run on 6 AA batteries (included)
  • 2-year limited warranty

NIST Certification
Load cells and scale systems from Longacre Racing Products are tested and calibrated to the standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and are part of a comprehensive measurement assurance program for ensuring continued accuracy and measurement traceability.

Testing is accredited by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) through the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) for specific scope of accreditation under lab code 200446-0. This laboratory meets the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1.

Accuracy is equal to .1%.

 

METRIC OPTION:The DXI control box is user switchable to metric readings. Please choose the metric display option if you require metric and we'll make sure it gets switched for you. Or you can easily do it yourself.

Longacre ComputerScales are not designed for, certified for or recommended for use with any manned aircraft. 

 

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SERVING LAS VEGAS SINCE 2000

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