Electronic Conversions
Connecting With Latest Technology

Weighing tech has never been so fast than it has been since the last decade. With this pace, the mechanical systems started getting obsolete. The reasons for this fade were – need for specialized engineers, low spares and service support, higher repair downtime and finally high maintenance cost.


The challenges posed my mechanical systems were finally answered by Electronic Conversions.
With technological advancements, product costs have gone down and system reliability has increased. Electronic conversion exploits this technological advancement to produce a highly reliable and robust system out of degrading mechanical equipment.


A typical electronic conversion process involves –

1. Elimination of unwanted mechanical weighing assembly
2. Necessary and minimum structural changes – Civil and Mechanical
3. Installation of electronic load sensors
4. Installation of electronic terminal
5. Calibration and final testing


Electronic conversion should be preceded with proper understanding of existing systems and expected output. Planning is paramount and can ease out implementation of the new system with higher profitability.

The electronically converted system has low up-front cost, has higher accuracy, has low maintenance cost and is technologically competitive