hot sales personal electronic digital scale
1.material: ABS plastic part,temered glass platform
2.product size: 360mm,260 diameter glass thickness 6mm
4.Max load:150kg weight range:3.5-150kg
6.display type:LCD,LED display
9. packing size:361*353*57mm10.battery:2pcs #7
profucts data & packing
Q: What is “Capacity”?
A: Capacity is the maximum weight that the scale can accommodate at one time.
Your heaviest item that you place on the scale should determine what capacity you need.
For instance, 500g/0.1g has a 500g capacity. This scale would be suitable for weighing
small items that weigh less than 500g.
Q: What is “Accuracy”?
A: The scales accuracy is the smallest increment of weight that the scale displays
(display accuracy). For 500g/0.1g, the accuracy is 0.1g. This means that the scale counts up in
increments of 0.1g (0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4g......and so on). Another scale may have an accuracy
of 0.5g, meaning it would count up by 0.5g like: 0.5, 1.0, 1.5....
Therefore, you would never see the display show: 1.4 or something.
Q: What is “Calibration”?
A: Calibration is the process of adjusting a scales precision using known weights
(calibration weights). Calibration should only be performed if your scale is not weighing properly.
After calibration, the scale should display the exact weight that is placed on the tray
(within a certain tolerance), and also go to Zero when removing any weight.
Typically, a scale calibrates at two points: zero and at the end of its span (span calibration).
So, for 500g/0.1g, calibration starts with nothing on the scale (to get the zero weight),
then the scale will ask for a 500g weight. Other scales might have linear calibration,
which calibrates at 3 points (zero, center span, end span). You should check your user
manual for calibration instructions.
Q: Does scale show Out2, UnSt, O_LD, LO or a similar error code?
A: General resolution methods for those cases are listed below. Please also troubleshoot
your scale using the manual for your model. This manual can be found on by clicking on
the links on the page of Manual Download.
ABNORMAL Displays: RESOLUTION METHODS
OUT2: Keep items clean then calibrating and rebooting
UNSE: Put scales in more stable positions
0_LD: Remove the overloaded parts and recalculation
LO: Change new batteries