EJ410 compact weighing scales has a capacity of 410g which incriments by 0.01 grams. Weighing platform is 4.3 inches in diameter. EJ410 balance has a counting function, percentage function and a comparator function. Backlight LCD display will help with weighing in low light places. EJ410 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-410 balance has a counting function, percentage function and a comparator function. Backlight LCD display will help with weighing in low light places. EJ410 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.
Weighing equipment - The world runs on weights & measures. Almost everything you see & touch is weighed.
The entire EJ Series are "non-NTEP" while the EK-J are "NTEP Approved 6000d Class II Scales". If you are needing a scale for commercial weighing where goods are being bought or sold by weight none of the EJ Series are Legal for Trade and we recommend you consider either the EK-610J or EK-6100J
The optional EJ-12 hard shell transport case features die cut foam specifically designed for holding AND Weighing EK and EJ Series digital scales. This carrying scale is convenient for transporting the digital scale or just storing your scale when not in use to lessen the chance of damage to the precision measurement weigh sensor. Whether the scale is turned On or Off if one applies an excessive load or shocks the platform you can permanently damage any scale. The optional EJ-12 case is a low cost scale insurance policy to protect your scale.
Select from 10 AND balances to meet weighing needs
Are you looking for greater weighing capacity while still having the scale increment in 0.01 gram intervals? How about a scale that is legal for trade and built with a Mettler-Toledo loadcell? Then check out the Ohaus SJX1502N/E since this is a nice scale and it will cost you just a few more dollars than the EJ410. Yes for a few dollars more you can go from 410 grams to 1500 grams weighing capacity. See as we unbox and review all the features of the new Ohaus Scout SJX1502. What comes with the scale, how do you setup the scale, where do the batteries go, found the underhook?? All your questions can be answered by watching this informative YouTube video above.