|Legal for Trade Use||No|
|Capacity Choices||Please select the relevant option from Variations|
|Type of Display||Digital Backlit, Pole Mounted, LCD|
|Number of Displays||3 display windows|
What is the difference between a "Counting Scale" and a scale that has a "Counting Function"?
There are significant differences between Counting Scales and Bench or Floor Scales with Counting Functionality and the differences impact both performance and price. Read our helpful guide on key differences before making your purchasing decisions. Understanding Counting Scales Guide
Is this Counting Scale legal for trade use?
No, under New Zealand's Trade Measurement Standards, it is not permissible to certify Counting Functions of Scales legal for trade use.
What is the best sample size to use?
The sample size is relative to the final quantity you wish to count. If you want to count small quantities (100 pcs), then a sample size of 10 pieces is sufficient. If your final count quantity is large, then a larger sample will increase the counting accuracy.
Why do I get inconsistent counting results for quantities of the same product?
Counting inconsistencies are generally a result of poor sample sizes. Use a larger sample size to calculate the unit weight to increase counting accuracy. A counting scale's accuracy is determined by the accuracy of the parts it is counting. Parts with a large weight variance will result in higher counting errors.
The WS303 Counting Scale features a sturdy stainless steel weigh platter and has a high internal counting resolution that delivers accurate results. Battery or mains powered with a large pole mounted LCD display.