EJ200 compact weighing scales has a capacity of 210g which incriments by 0.01 grams. Weighing platform is 4.3 inches in diameter. EJ200 balance has a counting function, percentage function and a comparator function. Backlight LCD display will help with weighing in low light places. EJ200 weigh scale can be operated with an AC adapter, or 4 AA size dry cell batteries for cordless operation. Optional RS232C serial interface can be connected with a printer or personal computer, and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) data can be obtained. Optional USB interface is available to connect with a personal computer easily.
EJ series compact weighing scales are high-resolution type electronic balances having display
resolution of 1/12,000 to 1/60,000. EJ-200 balance has a counting function, percentage function and a comparator function. Backlight LCD display will help with weighing in low light places. EJ200 weigh scale can be operated with an AC adapter, or 4 AA size dry cell
batteries for cordless operation. Optional RS232C serial interface can be connected with a printer or personal
computer, and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) data can be obtained. Optional USB interface is available to connect with a personal computer
The LCD backlight will turn on when the weight value changes more than 4d (4 x min. display division) or any key operation is done. When the weight data becomes and stays stable for some moment, the backlight will automatically turn off. There is also a
setting that the backlight is always on or off. For details, see the function setting “ltUp”
of “Function list”.
The EJ series balance can stack on top of another when not in use. Do not stack more than 3 units.
Auto-power off function
It is possible to have the power automatically switched OFF, if zero is
displayed for approximately 5 minutes.
The most common unit of weight used around the world is the gram, but there is often
a need to shift to alternative units specific to the country where the balance is used or
to select modes such as counting or percent. It is possible to store only the units that will be actually used from
the units available. It is also possible to specify the display unit that
will be shown first when the power is switched ON.
“Newton” is the value calculated by “(g value) x (9.80665 m/s2) / 1000”.
The range for power-on zero is within ±10% of the weighing capacity around the
calibrated zero point.
If the power is switched ON while there is a load beyond this range, the balance will
be tared to zero and the NET indicator and the ZERO indicator turn on.
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See for yourself the response time for the i201 to sense the weight of even light objects like adding table salt poured on to the weighing platform. Learn how to tare the weight of a container so you know the weight of the contents you add to the container.
This video is for the new i201 version 2. Get a close up view of the new scale that features a brand new LED display. Learn how to use the parts counting functions, how to calibrate the i201 with the included 200 gram calibration. Once you watch this video you really see there is an affordable alternative to the A&D EJ200 and Ohaus SP202 and the answer is the MyWeigh i201 for substantially less money.
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