Robway has been a leading manufacturer of crane instrumentation since 1977, with core markets in Australia and Asia. This acquisition will increase LSI’s market share in the fast growing Australasia marketplace as well as provide LSI global customers with cable-based instrumentation solutions for customers who prefer cable technology. From the success that Load Systems International has had in the crane & lifting Industry, their products have migrated to a broader range of applications in the general industrial market place. In January 2010, LSI launched its Radio Transmitters Division to provide general industrial applications with their market proven radio technology.
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LSI’s technologies improve crane safety and accuracy by providing operators and construction teams with detailed knowledge to optimize usage conditions and processes. LSI’s Radio Transmitter Division also provides radio transmitters, wireless gateways and radio modems for general industrial applications. Trimble’s Lifting Solutions Divisions manufactures products that provide increased efficiency and improved safety in crane and lifting applications.
Contact Crane Warning Systems for any Crane systems or parts quotations and technical assistance. The Radio Transmitters Division of LSI carries a line of transmitters and products that work with LSI crane instrumentation, but can also be applied to many other applications such as manufacturing, construction, distribution and more. The Radio Transmitters OEM Radio Module, Multi I/O Board and Radio Modem are the latest in radio technology, offering monitoring and remote control options not available anywhere in the market.
David H. Smith President/CEO load systems international You can read more about our ancillary offerings by visiting our Ancillaries page. Load Systems International has a series of displays that monitor load cells and weighing sensors, wind speed, boom angle, A2B and more. LSI sensors transmit data to the displays via LSI transmitters, providing wireless communication and remote monitoring from a range of 4,000’ (1,300m) using Direct-Sequence-Spread-Spectrum Two-Way Communication. Trimble LSI is a market leading manufacturer of wireless and hardwired crane safety instrumentation.
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“Crane safety is a major concern in any construction material handling project, with major impacts to safety, costs, liability, insurance and timely completion,” said Bryn Fosburgh, vice president responsible for Trimble’s Construction Technology Divisions. “Cranes represent substantial investments in any construction or maintenance project, with significant risk for owners and renters,” said David Smith, president and CEO of LSI. According to a recent study1, the global crane market is anticipated to exceed $45 billion in 2016, an increase of more than 25 percent over 2012. LSI supplies this growing market with load information management and crane collision avoidance technologies that deliver accurate, collaborative knowledge through advanced instrumentation, sensing and radio technologies.
LSI aims to improve and optimize crane & lifting operations, and now many general industrial applications, with innovative radio technology. Lift and Access is the lifting equipment industry’s exclusive resource for in-depth information on product trends, equipment technology, and up-to-date industry news. In 2012 LSI acquired the assets of Robway Crane Safety Systems to expand their product line and offer cable-based systems to the global Crane and Lifting market as well. Trimble LSI Wireless has locations in Houston, TX; Quebec City, Quebec Canada; Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom; Dubai, UAE, and Adelaide, South Australia.
Load Systems International (LSI), founded in 1998, was acquired by Trimble in 2014 integrating a long history of crane and lifting instrumentation expertise into Trimble’s vast construction solutions. A market-leading manufacturer of wireless instumentation with a diverse range of wireless and cable-based crane and lifting solutions means that you will find the product you need to get the job done the right way. LSI was founded in 1998 by three individuals who had been working for a crane safety instrumentation manufacturer focusing on hardwired technology and saw the advantages that wireless technology could bring to the crane and lifting industry. In order to offer effective wireless solutions for all crane types, the company developed its radio technology in-house, versus buying an off the shelf radio solution.
The company’s hardware products address multiple applications, such as vertical buildings, ports and terminals, mining, and the onshore and offshore requirements of the oil/gas/chemical industry. Dedicated to the world’s tomorrow, Trimble is a technology company delivering solutions that enable our customers to work in new ways to measure, build, grow and move goods for a better quality of life. Core technologies in positioning, modeling, connectivity and data analytics connect the digital and physical worlds to improve productivity, quality, safety, transparency and sustainability. From purpose-built products and enterprise lifecycle solutions to industry cloud services, Trimble is transforming critical industries such as construction, geospatial, agriculture and transportation to power an interconnected world of work.
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Each load cell ships standard with a military grade “D’ cell lithium battery that is able to withstand temperature variances from the Canadian Arctic to the deserts of Dubai. Our load cells are rated from an operating temperature of -30ºF to +180ºF; -35ºC to +85ºC. Trimble temperature compensates your load cells to ensure a consistent load value regardless of temperature or location. Each sensor is equipped with a voltage switcher allowing a worldwide readily available “D” cell alkaline battery to be installed into the transmitter in the event you cannot easily source a lithium battery.
- LSI sensors transmit data to the displays via LSI transmitters, providing wireless communication and remote monitoring from a range of 4,000’ (1,300m) using Direct-Sequence-Spread-Spectrum Two-Way Communication.
- Under the terms of the agreement, LSI will maintain inventory for our European markets through the Crowland Cranes warehouse hub in Peterborough.
- LSI’s Radio Transmitter Division also provides radio transmitters, wireless gateways and radio modems for general industrial applications.
- Simply install the load cell, connect wireless to one of the Trimble displays, and you will be ready to go to work.
- Trimble LSI is a market leading manufacturer of wireless and hardwired crane safety instrumentation.
Wireless technologies are utilized to deliver the solution to the user and to ensure a tight coupling of the field and the back office. LSI (Load Systems International) was founded in 1998 with the goal of revolutionizing the standard cable-based technology in the Crane and Lifting industry. For over 15 years, LSI has been on the forefront of innovation, leading the market in wireless Crane Indicator System technology. Although they have locations worldwide, their headquarters is located in Texas along with an excellent group of Customer Service and Technical staff ready to assist with any system installation or troubleshooting issues you may have.
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Simply install the load cell, connect wireless to one of the Trimble displays, and you will be ready to go to work. Each location maintains a large level of product inventory and provides administration, sales and technical support services to dealers such as ourselves and customers like you. Load Systems International invests heavily in research and development, which is reflected in their product features and capabilities.