Precision balance KERN 572-35 for laboratory or industrial applications
Thanks to the many typical laboratory functions, for example, recipe function, percentage determination, GLP record keeping, combined with the high level of precision, the KERN 572 is a reliable partner for day-to-day work in the laboratory
The robust version, typical industrial functions, such as piece-counting, vibration-free weighing and the large weighing ranges also make these balances ideal for all industrial applications, where a high level of precision is required
Freely programmable weighing unit, e.g. display direct in special units such as length of thread g/m, grammage g/m2, or similar
Numerical subtraction of tare weight for known container weight. Useful for checking fill-levels
The robust aluminium cast housing maintains the stability, protects the weighing technology elements and is robust enough to cope with everyday use
Protective working cover included with delivery
Adjusting program (CAL): For quick setting of the balance's accuracy. External adjusting weight required.
Data interface RS-232: To connect the balance to a printer, PC or network
GLP/ISO record keeping of weighing data with date, time and identification-no. Only with printers from KERN.
Piece counting: Reference quantities selectable. Display can be switched from piece to weight.
Recipe level A: Separate memory for the weight of the tare container and the recipe ingredients (net total).
Percentage determination: Displays the deviation from the reference weight (100%) in % instead of grams.
Weighing units: Can be switched to e.g. nonmetric units at the touch of a key. See balance model.
Vibration-free weighing: (Animal weighing program) Vibrations are filtered out so that a stable weight is obtained.
Suspended weighing: load support with hook on the underside of the balance.
Universal mains adapter: with universal input and optional input socket adapters for EU, GB, USA
Strain gauge: An electrical resistor strip that is glued to an elastic deforming body made of aluminium. As the strain gauge is mechanically deformed its resistance value changes, allowing