High-capacity refrigerant scale

  • 21-Jan-2011 04:45 EST
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The TP-9366 PRO-DigiScale from Tracer Products is a durable, high-capacity refrigerant scale that accommodates cylinders up to 220 lb (100 kg). Users can weigh and charge from the same platform using the TP-9366 PRO-DigiScale, which features load cell accuracy to ±0.25 oz (7 g) with no drift. The unit provides measurements in lb/oz, kg/g, or decimal lb. The control head offers a large LCD that can be viewed in direct sunlight; additional features include an automatic shutoff mode to conserve battery life, low-battery and over-range warning indicators, and automatic and manual zeroing. The PRO-DigiScale comes standard with a weighing platform, control head, communication cable, and 9-V alkaline battery, all in a rugged plastic carrying case.

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