Described as a useful device for those who are doing a lot of loading and want to keep a track of the amounts they are lifting, such as manure, straw and silage bales, each lift is displayed and can be recorded and aggregated on a screen.
Suitable for retrofitting to most loaders, the device integrates with a readily downloadable app to offer users the option of saving and comparing jobs using a mobile phone.
Information from sensors mounted on the loader is displayed on a screen.
The load weighing device comes with a position monitor that shows the operator the bucket, fork or grab height and angle reference. The company says that this negates the need to re-adjust the manual indicator rod when changing attachments, and up to 30 different ones can be calibrated for both weighing and position monitoring.
The Q Companion costs around £1,000.