FEATURES

 

FEATURES

  • Measures Gross Combined Weight (GCW includes vehicle, cargo, passengers, and trailer)
  • Peace of Mind. No more guessing. Based on manufacturers vehicle towing recommendations, easily decide if overloaded.
  • Convenient. No longer need to drive to a scale.
  • Saves money and time. HaulGauge will display the weight within seconds of driving.
  • Safety. Knowing the total weight of the trailer is necessary for a safe set up.
  • Measures Gross Combined Weight (GCW includes vehicle, cargo, passengers, and trailer)
  • Peace of Mind. No more guessing. Based on manufacturers vehicle towing recommendations, easily decide if overloaded.
  • Convenient. No longer need to drive to a scale.
  • Saves money and time. HaulGauge will display the weight within seconds of driving.
  • Safety. Knowing the total weight of the trailer is necessary for a safe set up.

OTHER FEATURES

HOW TO WEIGH

HOW TO SELF-CALIBRATE

HOW TO WEIGH

HOW TO SELF-CALIBRATE

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.

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.