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High resolution counting scale with powerful counting features. This counting scale is designed for counting small parts 250 milligram or heavier. If you took a $1 bill out of your wallet and cut the dollar bill into 4 equal pieces the FC500i is sensitive enough to count each one of the pieces. There is a catch to all this sensitivity and that is you're limited to the total weighing capacity that you could ever have on the weighing pan and that is 500 gram or 1 pound. So the FC500i isn't the correct selection for counting large hardware like nuts and bolts used to put together shelving since many times 10, 50, 75, or 100 pieces would weigh over 1 pound.

You must carefully select the correct model counting scale for your specific application. You also want to select the correct model that can count as many various size/weight parts so you can get maximum usage from your counting scale. Scale manufacturers make many different models all having varying sensitivity to cover the unlimited different part people want to count. Just like car manufacturer's don't make just 3 different automobiles to meet all the transportation need of the world, scale manufacturers don't make 3 different counting scale to cover any part a person would ever want to count. If you're not sure call us at 978-521-7095 and a counting scale specialist will assist you in the proper selection. We'll ask you immediate "what is the smallest part that you want to count" so we can determine the sensitivity needed.. We recommend whatever the smallest part weighs, you want a counting scale with 5 times the readability. If your part weighs 0.25g (0.05g, readability of the FC500i multiplied by 5 equals 0.25g) or greater you'll be able to accurately count the parts with the FC500i.

If 70 or 90% of the parts you're counting are in the range of 250 mg then the FC500i is probably your best selection. If you have a few parts 2 to 5 grams in weight then you'll be limited to only counting out 100 pieces (100 pieces x 5g = 500g) at a time to prevent overloading and damaging the counting scale. To get a better understand how counting scales work read the detailed write-up we did on the AdamLab CBC Series Counting Scales.

The FC500i features a 8.1" x 6" stainless steel weighing pan. You'll have 500 grams weighing capacity that increments in 0.05 grams. Unique VFD displays an abundance of information and the counting scales operates on either AC Adapter or optional NiCd Battery Pack.

The FC-i Series by A&D combines the latest cutting edge features and a heavy duty design. A&D Weighing has long been a global manufacturer of high quality counting scales. The result is a truly professional line of scales ideal for the most demanding commercial and industrial applications. Each scale comes equipped with Automatic Counting Accuracy Improvement ( ACAI ) for enhanced counting performance.

Read more about the FC-i Series and see all 9 models to select the right choice to best meet your parts counting needs here.

You must carefully select the correct model counting scale for your specific application. You also want to select the correct model that can count as many various size/weight parts so you can get maximum usage from your counting scale. Scale manufacturers make many different models all having varying sensitivity to cover the unlimited different part people want to count. Just like car manufacturer's don't make just 3 different automobiles to meet all the transportation need of the world, scale manufacturers don't make 3 different counting scale to cover any part a person would ever want to count. If you're not sure call us at 978-521-7095 and a counting scale specialist will assist you in the proper selection. We'll ask you immediate "what is the smallest part that you want to count" so we can determine the sensitivity needed.. We recommend whatever the smallest part weighs, you want a counting scale with 5 times the readability. If your part weighs 0.25g (0.05g, readability of the FC500i multiplied by 5 equals 0.25g) or greater you'll be able to accurately count the parts with the FC500i.

If 70 or 90% of the parts you're counting are in the range of 250 mg then the FC500i is probably your best selection. If you have a few parts 2 to 5 grams in weight then you'll be limited to only counting out 100 pieces (100 pieces x 5g = 500g) at a time to prevent overloading and damaging the counting scale. To get a better understand how counting scales work read the detailed write-up we did on the AdamLab CBC Series Counting Scales.

The FC500i features a 8.1" x 6" stainless steel weighing pan. You'll have 500 grams weighing capacity that increments in 0.05 grams. Unique VFD displays an abundance of information and the counting scales operates on either AC Adapter or optional NiCd Battery Pack.

The FC-i Series by A&D combines the latest cutting edge features and a heavy duty design. A&D Weighing has long been a global manufacturer of high quality counting scales. The result is a truly professional line of scales ideal for the most demanding commercial and industrial applications. Each scale comes equipped with Automatic Counting Accuracy Improvement ( ACAI ) for enhanced counting performance.

Read more about the FC-i Series and see all 9 models to select the right choice to best meet your parts counting needs here.