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Cubiscan 125 Case Measuring System

Cubiscan 125 Case Measuring System

Irregular Parts?

The CubiScan 125 is a small static cubing system that uses a combination of sensing technologies to measure and weigh irregular-shaped parts and components as well as boxed items.

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The Cubiscan 125 can measure small parts and non-cuboidal items with great precision using infrared sensing technology, while larger boxed items are measured with ultrasonic sensors.

Commonly used to improve storage space planning, carton size selection, repacking, check-weighing and shipment manifesting in medical, pharmaceutical, apparel, hardware, and consumer goods distribution.

The CubiScan 125 combines powerful sensing technologies to create a flexible and economical solution for today’s most demanding cubing and weighing applications.

Each unit has one active serial communication port, one Ethernet port, and one USB port. Proprietary interface software, called Qbit™, accompanies the system and allows for menu-driven operator control, data storage/transfer and diagnostics. A mobile cart and useful accessories such as a portable power supply, handheld barcode scanner and label printers are available to create a completely mobile cubing, weighing and identification work station.

  • Integrated control panel/display, and outputs to a user-supplied PC
  • Integrated, high-accuracy 50 x 0.005 lbs scale
  • Capacity for boxes/cases is 24 x 24 x 36 inches with a resolution of 0.1 inches; irregular items are at 18 x 18 x 12 inches with a resolution of 0.05 inches
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Hughes Enterprises offers 24/7 on-site maintenance and support services, so you never have to wonder who to call when downtime strikes. Whether you’re looking for installation assistance, routine maintenance or emergency support, reach out to discuss your needs with a factory certified support technician.

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