Digital Bench Scales Have Rechargeable Battery PowerDigital Bench Scales Have Rechargeable Battery Power
October 3, 2019
Cardinal Scale’s new EB bench scales with 185 Rival weight indicators feature rechargeable battery power allowing them to be moved easily to multiple locations, bold 1-in.-high backlit LCD for high-visibility readouts, and three platform sizes and five capacities available.
Capacities range from 15 to 300 lb and the EB series is NTEP, OIML, and Measurement Canada legal for trade. EB bench scales feature the strength and durability of a stainless steel scale base and column combined with the tactile feel of the ABS washdown 185B Rival weight indicator.
The backlit green LCD is visible in nearly any lighting level, indoors or outdoors. The bench scale’s indicator mounted to the column tilts for letting you position it with the most convenient viewing angle. The scale features a durable sturdy base for solid support, lift-off stainless steel platform, bi-directional RS232 port for printing or connection to a PC, pushbutton tare, auto shutoff, piece counting mode, and simple seven-button operation. They are ideal for processing, warehousing, recycling, distribution centers, and general purpose weighing.
Since the scale can be powered by 6 AA rechargeable batteries, it’s completely portable for moving around to multiple locations in a facility. The battery level indicator lets the operator see how much battery life is left before recharging is needed. The indicator anti-slip mounting bracket includes rotational lock-in set points adjustable in discrete 15º increments for exact positioning of the display.
Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Co., Webb City, MO 800-441-4237 www.cardinalscale.com
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