FEATURES

FEATURES

  • Keep pin weight within the hitch and vehicle’s rated capacities.
  • Compare pin weight to trailer weight to verify trailer is properly loaded.  Pin Weight should be roughly 20-25% of Gross Trailer Weight.
  • Know how to adjust cargo postioning for a safe ride.
  • Proper pin weight is key to safe towing and trailer sway avoidance. Use HaulGauge to get it right and tow safe.
  • Convenient. Measure pin weight while trailer is connected.
  • Keep pin weight within the hitch and vehicle’s rated capacities.
  • Compare pin weight to trailer weight to verify trailer is properly loaded.  Pin Weight should be roughly 20-25% of Gross Trailer Weight.
  • Know how to adjust cargo postioning for a safe ride.
  • Proper pin weight is key to safe towing and trailer sway avoidance. Use HaulGauge to get it right and tow safe.
  • Convenient. Measure pin weight while trailer is connected.

OTHER FEATURES

HOW TO MEASURE PIN WEIGHT

HOW TO CALIBRATE PIN WEIGHT

HOW TO MEASURE PIN WEIGHT

HOW TO CALIBRATE PIN WEIGHT

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Accelerometers on board HaulGauge measure the change in pitch as weight is loaded onto the trailer.  HaulGauge uses the VIN to search its database for the correct suspension calibration.  With vehicle pitch and suspension coefficient, the pin weight may be calculated in real time.   If HaulGauge doesn’t find a suspension calibration within its database, the user may calibrate the scale using their own weight as a reference.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

HaulGauge measures weight by monitoring powertrain effort and vehicle acceleration.  Powertrain effort is calculated from a torque converter model.  HaulGauge uses the VIN to search its database for the correct torque converter calibration.   If HaulGauge doesn’t find a calibration within its database, the user may calibrate the scale utilizing a patented machine learning algorithm.  Acceleration is determined utilizing a triaxial accelerometer on board HaulGauge.   When powertrain effort is high relative to vehicle acceleration, then weight has increased.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

HaulGauge measures weight by monitoring powertrain effort and vehicle acceleration.  Powertrain effort is calculated from a torque converter model.  HaulGauge uses the VIN to search its database for the correct torque converter calibration.   If HaulGauge doesn’t find a calibration within its database, the user may calibrate the scale utilizing a patented machine learning algorithm.  Acceleration is determined utilizing a triaxial accelerometer on board HaulGauge.   When powertrain effort is high relative to vehicle acceleration, then weight has increased.