Photo courtesy of Longacre.
Longacre makes several varieties of digital scales, from those used at the Cup level to the budget model. Computerscales' Accuset is shown here. Even as the least expensive in its line, the read-outs give individual wheel weights in pounds and percentages. Push one button for four wheel weights and then one button for partial percentages. The scale pads are 15 by 15 inches and can weigh up to 1,500 pounds per pad. An internal battery comes with its own charger. All the cables and the read-out box fit in the carrying case.
Photo courtesy of Intercomp.
Shown are the Intercomp scales similar to the ones used in Sleepy's Workshop. The difference is that now all Intercomp scales are billet rather than cast. Color-coded and labeled pads and cables ensure that all are connected for the proper readout. Percentages and weights are displayed at the touch of a button. These budget scales are only a few in the Intercomp line. Among others in their line, Intercomp has developed a wireless scale that eliminates the cables passing under the car. Their 20,000-pound scales can weigh a car in a wind tunnel.
Photo courtesy of Quickcar.
QuickCar scales come with a two-year warranty. Dual screens display all wheel weights, the total weight, and percentages at the same time. The 15-inch square black coated pads have color-coded cables connecting them to the read-out box. The scales can be set to five different modes: circle track front, circle track rear, road race front, road race rear, and dirt track with rear wedge. Once selected, the same mode returns when the unit is powered up. These scales are RFI filtered.
Photo courtesy of Quantum.
The Quantum One Scale has two displays. One screen shows individual wheel weights along with total weight. The other screen displays percentages and crossweight in eight different modes including circle track, road race, pounds, and kilograms. The Quantum scales have a built-in RFI filter to cancel radio frequency interference. The built-in battery charger has a trickle mode so that it can be plugged in all the time. Twenty-foot location identified cables fit with the digital read-out box in the carrying case.