SC600

Extech SC600 Electronic Counting Scale

Extech SC600 Electronic Counting Scale

Description

The Extech SC600 is a professional electronic counting and weighing scale with load cell transducer for high accuracy and performance.

Features

  • Wide measuring capacity up to 600g
  • Built-in self-calibration system using traceable weights
  • Gram or Ounce measurement selectable by internal slide switch
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The SC600 is microprocessor controlled and uses a load cell transducer for high accuracy and optimum performance. It features a large measurement capacity, high resolution, and an easy-to-read LCD display. A slide switch on the back of the scale is easily accessed to allow for the selection of measurement units in grams or in ounces. Data is stored internally even upon power down. The RS-232 PC interface allows for the transfer of measurement data between the scale and a computer.

 

The high precision counting function includes preset counting sampling number selections of 10, 20, 50, or 100 pieces. The unit can be powered with batteries or through an AC adaptor. Additional features include a heavy duty ABS plastic housing for durability and adjustable rubber feet for leveling.

Notable Specifications:
  • Accuracy: ± (0.05% + 0.04g); within 2 hours of calibration
  • Sampling Time: Approx. 1 measurement per second
  • Tare Control: 600g maximum (approx.)
  • Transducer Type: load cell
  • User Calibration: Using 200g or 400g standard weights (not supplied)
  • Data Output: RS232 PC interface jack on rear of instrument
  • Power Supply: 6  x  1.5V AA batteries or power  adaptor  9V/300mA (supplied with multiā€plugs)
  • Power Consumption: 17mA DC (approx.)
  • Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F) 
  • Operating Humidity: < 80% RH 
  • Dimensions: base: 250 x 190 x 70mm (9.8 x 7.5 x 2.8”) Platform diameter:  120 mm (4.7”)
  • Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lbs.)
What's Included:
  • (1) Scale
  • (6) AA batteries
  • (1) Metal platform
  • (1) Universal AC adaptor with multi-plugs
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Extech SC600 Electronic Counting Scale SC600 Electronic counting and weighting scale with load cell transducer
$499.99
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