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What is Hysteresis Error?
The lag in response exhibited by a body in reacting to changes in forces, esp. magnetic forces, affecting it. Hysteresis Error Refers to the condition of repeatedly weighing the same object, but obtaining different readings on the numeric readout.
   
What is Digit?
Digit is the smallest increment of weight that the digital display resolves.
   
What is Capacity?
The actual or potential ability to perform, yield or withstand. The largest weight the balance is capable of weighing.
   
What is the Low Voltage Directive (LVD)?
Low Voltage Directive (LVD) is applied to products, which operate above 50VAC to 1000VAC and 75VDC to 1500VDC operating voltage, and require electrical safety measures to be introduced.
   
What is ISO?
The International Organization for Standardization ISOis a worldwide federation of national standards.
   
What is LED?
Light Emitting Diode (LED) is one type of solid-state numeric readout device. Often characterized by red or orange-red numbers.
   
What is IP-65 Rating?
The 6 means Dust tight. No ingress of dust. The 5 means Protected against water jets. Water projected by a nozzle against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect.
   
What is Internal resolution?

 

Internal resolution is the smallest increment of the A/D converter. It is used by the hardware and software designers. For a scale, the ratio between internal and display resolution is about 4:1. For a balances, the ratio can be 10:1. It is possible to use 1:1 ratio, but you will see a lot of unstable readings by changing of 1 increment. Having stable display is the main reason of the ratio. There are other concerns, such as measurement speed and temperature compensations.
   
What is Calibration error?

 

 

 

Calibration determine, check, or rectify the graduations of any instrument giving quantitative measurements. Calibration is the comparison between the output of a scale or balance against a standard value. Calibration requires a standard weight and the balance to be set in the "calibration mode." Calibration technically means to determine the difference between the balance/scale readout and the actual weight on the weighing platform to determine accuracy. Adjustment means to bring a balance/scale into the state of accuracy required for its use. Therefore calibration actually means adjustment. Calibration error stand for the difference between what a weight of near the full capacity of the instrument reads on the digital display and its true mass.
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