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Truck Scale Ticketing Kiosk | Weighing Ticketing System

January 16, 2019

Truck scale ticketing kiosk built and ready to go. 

truck ticketing kiosk

The weather-resistant enclosure features an infrared barcode scanner with a protective rubber flap. Our truck scale ticketing kiosk permits weighing when scale operators are not in attendance. 

Designed with a numeric keypad with non-illuminated keys and rubber switches makes data entry easier for drivers. Our keypads are intended for use in wet, dusty, or dirty environments. The LCD display is mounted inside our weather-resistant ticketing kiosk making it rugged enough for outdoor use and a sun shield is mounted outside the display for extra protection from a glare caused by sunlight.

Automated truck scale ticketing system increases traffic flow. 

Maximize your productivity and profitability like never before. Attended and unattended transactions may be processed simultaneously on one system. A multiple scale operation with a single attendant doubles your capacity. Ticketing kiosks are suitable for outdoor installation in most climates and industrial environments, however internal enclosure heaters and cooling fans are optionally available for extreme temperatures.

We understand your need to process secure, accurate transactions during and even after normal business hours. Truck scale ticketing kiosk built for durability. 




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