CAS S-2000 "Legal for Trade" dual range low profile computing scale offers 0.01
lb increments when weighing items from 0 to 30 pounds and switches to 0.02 lb
intervals when the weight on the weighing pan is 30 - 60 lbs. This NTEP
Approved Class III scale only operates on AC power cord. It DOES NOT operate
from battery. The easy to read bright
green vacuum fluorescent display -- displays Weight, Unit Price and Total Price.
Three displays are on the operator side of the scale and three displays on the
customer side. Conductive silicone rubber switch with soft touch keys
featuring a 0-9 keypad for entering prices, plus function Keys for Zero, Tare,
Print, ½, ¼, Auto Print, Prepack, and Tare Save.
Features auto span adjustment and auto zero tracking. The CAS S-2000 60 lb scale DOES NOT offer the MW, MR, Add and Recall function since CAS has removed these functions from the 60lb version.
Other features include:
Zero, Tare, Tare Save, and PrePack Keys
Soft Touch Keyboard
Stainless Steel Platter
1/2 lb and 1/4 lb Keys, Where Allowed
Weight Platter 14.6" x 10.9"
999 Programmable Price Look Up's (PLU's)
Everyone understands the economy is tough and our phone is non-stop with requests for better prices. Our prices online are the absolute lowest we go whether you are the government or large retail chain store like Walmart. We offer just one low price to everyone and it is the one you see online.
All we can offer is some alternative models to meet your price demands. One alternative is purchasing a Used Mettler Toledo PS60 shipping scale. In this horrendous economy we are seeing local farmers using the PS60 scale as an alternative to the expensive price computing scales. Sure a price computing scale is better to sell produce, but a used PS60 and a hand calculator or paper and pencil if you are good at math is a lot cheaper. For those farmer's thinking about using the PS60 to weigh pumpkins, potatoes, peaches, etc you must remember the PS60 will ONLY work on direct AC power (means you need to plug the scale in a wall socket). The PS60 DOES NOT run off of batteries.
The National Type Evaluation
Program (NTEP) performs evaluations of weighing and measuring devices
for compliance with NIST Handbook 44. Many States require an NTEP
Certificate of Conformance for any device to be installed in a commercial
application. NTEP testing does not "assign a legal for trade
status" to a device, it simply indicates that the device evaluated has
been found to comply with Handbook 44. In a non-NTEP State,
for example, a device may not need an NTEP Certificate of Conformance
to be used in a commercial application; it may simply be required to meet
Handbook 44 requirements and comply with any additional State weights
and measures requirements. The final approval of the device in
a specific installation rests with the State, Local, or Federal weights
and measures official who determines if the device meets all Handbook
44 requirements, including installation and suitability requirements.