Operator and display module
for ModWeigh control units

Display & operator module ModWeigh MD1 & MD2

  • Display and operator module with luminous colour display
  • For connection to ModWeigh transmitter
  • Keypad with numeric and function keys and softkeys
  • Display dimensions: 2,8'' and 4,3''
  • Easy to use via modern menu navigation in German and English



Data sheet MD1  Data sheet MD2


The colour displays MD1 and MD2 are modern, multichannel connection operator and display modules for the electronic of ModWeigh series.

The measured data, numerous scale parameters and status messages are shown on the display.


The control unit is operated via a comfortable menu and free-moving keypad with embossed keys. The keypad has numeric and function keys as well as freely programmable softkeys (keys A up to E). So, the control unit can optimally configured according to the requirements of the application.


The menu navigation is available in German and English. Other languages are in preparation.


It is possible to operate up to eight transmitter with the display MD1 – an advantage for all applications where are several scales of one type installed.


Differences between the two display and operator modules:

  • display size:
    ModWeigh MD1: 4,3'' LCD colour display
    ModWeigh MD2: 2,8'' LCD colour display
  • keypad:
    ModWeigh MD1: embossed keys
    ModWeigh MD2: Polyester film tactile keypad


According to the user-defined settings on the MD1/ MD2 colour display, the following information can be displayed:

  • Current flow rate in t/h or kg/h
  • Total quantity
  • Belt load  per meter
  • Belt speed
  • Description of the belt conveyer/ scale
  • Time
  • Status messages
  • Additional functions, e.g. quantity pre-selection
  • Bargraph display for the current flow rate
  • Pictograms, which show the configuration of the softkeys


The ModWeigh MD1/ MD2 display allows an access to the alarm memory. The overruns of the characteristics are noted in the alarm memory, e.g. "Flowrate default". The error list is called and displayed on the display module.