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Highland HCB Balance (300g X 0.01g))


Capacity: 300g
Readability: 0.01g
Repeatability: 0.02g                                                                                         
Linearity (+/-): 0.02g                                                                                                 

Adam Equipment's Highland balances have what it takes for lab work, field use, and various industrial applications.  They feature multiple weighing units, RS-232 and USB interfaces, rechargeable battery pack and AC operation, capacity tracker, adjustable feet and level, lock down and more.  Density and specific gravity determination are easy with the below balance weighing feature, and the removable draft shield eliminates wind disturbances outdoors or in drafly environments.  ShockProtectTM overload protection keeps the performance of the Highland safe and secure, and the HandiCalTM internal calibration weight provides reliable readings time after time.  With built in applications for parts counting, percentage weighing and totalization/accumulation, Highland balances are packed full of features.  


  • Units of measure: 15 weighing units including g, N, oz, lb.
  • Modes: Basic weighing, percent weighing, parts counting, totalization
  • Pan size: 0.02g 120mm ø/ 4.7" ø 
  • Power supply: 12VDC 800mA adapter and internal rechargeable battery
  • Operating temperature: 32oF-104oF/0oC-40oC
  • Calibration: automatic external and internal HandiCal calibration
  • Display: backlit LCD (6-0.6"/16mm digit height) with capacity tracker
  • Draft shield (WxDxH): removable draft shield 132mm ø  x 100 mm high / 5.2"ø x 3.9" high
  • Overall dimensions: 170 x 245 x 80mm / 6.7 x 9.6 x 3.1"
  • Stabilazation time:2 seconds
  • Housing: ABS plastic with stainless steel platform
  • Net weight: 4.4lb/2kg

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