Adam Lab's new CPWplus200L vet scale features the largest available weighing platform Adam has to offer (35.4 x 23.6 inches) and weighs 440 lb x 0.1 lb. In
addition to a bigger base, CPWplus200L is also equipped with wheels and a handle, so you can move the veterinary scale around a vet clinic.
Adam Equipment introduced new platform scales in 2008 that use the same technology as their standard CPW series, however these models have larger weighing platforms. Larger
bases are durable and provide a greater weighing area for weighing larger items.
CPWplus-L floor scales offer 4 weighing modes (lb, kg, oz, lb:oz), a crisp backlit display, color coded buttons with positive click feel, and simple, quick operation. The
platform scale's indicator can be mounted where you need: on the scale, on a wall, or seated on a desk giving total flexibility for the best viewing position.
Bi-directional RS-232 interface allows connection to printers or computers. Using standard commands users can request gross, net and tare weights be sent automatically. In
order to send veterinary scale data to a computer, data communication software is required. You can purchase WinWedge along with the platform scale if you plan to
use this feature.
The CPWplus200L is powered by either an AC adapter or rechargeable battery, both of which are included. Battery lasts up to 60 hours in between charging. To
save battery life, the backlit display can be set to always on, off or automatically on for 10 seconds when a weight is placed on the platform.
If the Adamlab CPWplus200L is priced outside of your budget be sure to review the affordable PWB-V700 scale as a great alternative.
35.4" x 23.6" stainless steel platform
Adjustable non-slip feet for leveling
Rechargeable battery pack and AC adaptor both included
Wheels and handle
Optional rubber non-slip mat
Crisp backlit LCD
Display Hold function
Weighs in lb, kg, oz, lb:oz
The full line of Adam Equipment CPWplus-L can be found here.
External calibration - requires the purchase of OPTIONAL calibration weight(s). The calibration weight required is user selectable. The manufacturer suggests the use of a weight close to the full capacity of the scale.