AppWeigh is the original Bluetooth enabled weight sensor and app for air suspension trucks and trailers that clearly displays your truck weight on your smart phone to help you load safely and legally. Combining the latest in Bluetooth and sensor technology, the AppWeigh sensor is road-ready for even the most severe trucking environments. Developed by industry experts, the AppWeigh sensor is designed for easy installation, and long-lasting reliability.
AppWeigh is the wireless mass management system for air suspension trucks and trailers that communicates with the free AppWeigh app to help you load safely and legally. We have also developed a steel suspension solution.
As the industry’s only “no scale load scale,” your truck and/or trailer weight is clearly displayed exclusively via the free AppWeigh app on your smart phone or tablet within the 100ft line-of-sight range of the Bluetooth enabled sensor. And with your equipment profiles backed up to your free AppWeigh account, pairing and calibration are saved in the cloud for easy access on any smart device.
With this new generation of onboard scale technology, AppWeigh is able to offer a reliable mass management system that is quick to install, easy to use, and more affordable than any other.
One sensor is required for each leveling valve of each axle group being monitored. Most axle groups will typically have only one leveling valve, so most truck/trailer combos will require two sensors, one for the drive axles of the truck, and one for the axles on the trailer. Confirm for your specific equipment.
Pro Tip: The AppWeigh sensor comes with everything needed to install directly in-line within the suspension, but this can limit the range of the Bluetooth signal. For best results, we recommend running some additional airline from the included quick-connect T fitting to the sensor, and securing the sensor on the side of your truck or front nose of your trailer. A good line-of-sight between the user and sensor will allow for a clear signal without needing to be near the axle group being monitored.