Digital Electronic Weighing Scale A-12 - 300KG
- 17.00 KGS
- Calculated at Checkout
Digital Electronic Weighing Scale A-12 - 300KG
Our robust and durable weighing scale is designed to handle demanding tasks, offering a maximum capacity of 300 kilograms with high precision increments of 50 grams. Its spacious stainless steel platform (50 x 40 cm) accommodates a wide range of items, while its sturdy construction ensures stability and longevity.
This scale also boasts a user-friendly interface with a clear LED display, making it easy to read measurements even in dimly lit environments. It features multiple functions, including tare, zero, unit price, and total price calculations, catering to various weighing needs.
Exceptional Capacity and Precision:
The Digital Electronic Weighing Scale A-12 - 300KG offers an exceptional capacity of 300 kilograms with high precision increments of 50 grams, ensuring accurate measurements for even the heaviest objects. This makes it an ideal choice for industrial settings, agricultural use, retail and commercial establishments, and home and hobby use.
Durable Stainless Steel Platform:
The spacious 50 x 40 cm stainless steel platform provides ample space for weighing a wide range of items, making it a versatile tool for various applications. The durable stainless steel construction ensures stability and longevity, even in demanding environments.
Easy-to-Read LED Display:
The A-12 scale features a bright LED display that offers clear visibility of measurements in any lighting condition. This makes it easy to read measurements, even in dimly lit environments, ensuring accurate and efficient weighing operations.
The A-12 scale boasts a range of versatile functions, including tare, zero, unit price, and total price calculations. The tare function allows you to weigh items without their container, while the zero function ensures accurate measurements by setting the initial weight to zero. The unit price and total price calculations are particularly useful for retail and commercial applications.
Dual Power Options:
The A-12 scale can be operated using either the built-in rechargeable battery or AC power, providing uninterrupted use even in power outages. The rechargeable battery offers up to 40 hours of continuous use from a single charge, making it a convenient and portable solution.
The A-12 scale is equipped with a waterproof and oil-proof keyboard, ensuring durability and ease of cleaning. The extra-large stainless steel platform and auto-zero tracking feature further enhance its versatility and precision.
Features of Digital Electronic Weighing Scale A-12 - 300KG
- Highly accurate and precise sensors
- Capacity to store up to 7 unit prices
- Weight, unit price, total price LED display
- Stainless Steel top
- Runs on built-in 4V rechargeable battery or AC power
- 40 hours continuous use from a single charge
- Waterproof and oil proof keyboard
- Extra large stainless stain platform
- Power tare, zero, low battery, Power indicators
- Alternating current: 220V AC, 50/60 Hz
- Direct current: DC 4V
- Power consumption: 10VA
- Outside temperature: Storage: -20- 55 degree Celsius, Working: -10-40 degree Celsius
- Humidity: Storage: 40% R.H, Working: 80% R.H
- Auto-zero tracking: slight shock won't affect zero figures
- Capacity: 300kg with 50g Increments
- Precision: 1/3000F.S
- Display windows: Weight: 5 digits, Unit price: 5 digits, Total Price: 6 digits
- Size: 50 x 40 x 80cm
- Weight Platform: 50 x 40cm
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the difference between a mechanical and digital weighing scale?
Mechanical weighing scales use a system of springs and levers to measure weight, while digital weighing scales use load cells to convert weight into an electrical signal that is displayed on a digital readout. Digital scales are generally more accurate and easier to read than mechanical scales.
2. What is the accuracy of a digital weighing scale?
The accuracy of a digital weighing scale is the degree to which its measurements are close to the true weight of the item being measured. Accuracy is typically expressed as a percentage of the scale's capacity.
3. How do I calibrate a digital weighing scale?
Calibrating a digital weighing scale ensures that it is measuring weight accurately. The calibration process typically involves placing a known weight on the scale and adjusting the scale's settings so that the displayed weight matches the known weight.
4. How do I troubleshoot a digital weighing scale?
There are a few common problems that can occur with digital weighing scales, such as inaccurate measurements, error messages, and power problems. If you are experiencing problems with your scale, consult the user manual or contact the manufacturer for troubleshooting assistance.
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