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We have NO remaining stock on the Acculab VIC-1501. Acculab is a victim of deleveraging and the brand Acculab has terminated production on December 31, 2010. The information listed below on the VIC-1501 is for reference only for those people researching the specification on a VIC1501 scale they already own.

Yes - Acculab DOES NOT EXIST in 2011 since Sartorius decided to shutdown the Acculab brand name. The Acculab VIC-1501 was resurrected as the [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/1962"]Sartorius AY1501[/a] but these are not available since Sartorius is experiencing excessive lead times. For those customers that can not wait we offer many excellent alternative models which are in stock. We have in stock the [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/1358/"]A&D EJ1500[/a], but you could also look at other alternative models like [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/766/"]A&D EK1200i[/a], [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/269/"]Ohaus SP2001[/a], [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/742/"]MyWeigh i1200[/a] or [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/844/"]i2600[/a] which are in stock without the 20 week lead time typically required if you wanted to buy Sartorius.

Be sure to review the Adam Equipment Highland [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/642"]HCB3001[/a] offering so many features, value at an affordable price. Adam's HCB Series comes with both the RS-232 and USB interface as standard equipment and the HandiCal - mechanical internal calibration with built in mass can be locked so only you calibrate the scale when you want to.

If you need additional help finding a digital scale that is in stock give the experts a call at Precision Weighing Balances since we carry scales from many other manufacturers.

VIC-1501 portable toploading scale features include: weigh below [a href="http://www.weigh.net/and/underhook.html#density"]underhook feature[/a] for density determination; flip-down protective cover that is removable and protects your scale and teachers love this feature since the scales are now stackable; optional USB interface (most laptops only have USB ports); more applications (now percent function, hold feature, totalizing, specific gravity), larger selection of weigh modes, new display with backlit for easy viewing especially in poor lighting environments, and a completely new electronics for much better performance.

The VIC-1501 is popular with plastisol screen printers for mixing a quart or less of ink.  If you are looking to mix greater than a quart and up to 1 gallon most printers buy the [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/676"]Mettler JB8001[/a] since a gallon of white plastisol ink has the most pigment weighing around 6800 grams.

Standard Features & Benefits include:
  • Exceptional accuracy and performance
  • Protective flip-down and removable plastic cover for shipping protection and allows stackable storage
  • External calibration (requires purchase of OPTIONAL 1kg cal mass)
  • Weigh below underhook for specific gravity applications
  • Unique rugged, durable design for all applications
  • Applications include: Counting, Percent Weighing, Totaling, Display Hold, Specific Gravity, Mass unit conversion
  • 14 Mass unit conversions (g, oz, lbs, lbs:oz, dwt, ozt, grains, Newton, carats, Taels HK/Taiwan/Singapore/China, user defined)
  • Optional RS-232 or USB interface kit (field installable)
  • Parts counting with selectable reference sample
  • AC adapter Included or operate on 9V alkaline battery
  • External "one button" calibration with 3 weight options
  • Lock down capability
  • Large LCD display with backlit
  • Two year manufacturer warranty

  • Before you decide to purchase an Acculab Vicon digital scale we suggest you review the [a href="http://www.balances.com/myweigh/"]My Weigh product line[/a].  For those of you shopping around for the best price in digital portable scales, My Weigh makes the least expensive digital scales we have to offer.  These affordable electronic scales may not have all the features that an Acculab balance has, however as far as basic weighing is concerned, My Weigh portable scales can accomplish the task at hand and save you money.

    Acculab balances are excellent weighing solutions, but often times, our customers are looking for a lower cost balance without all the bells and whistles included in an Acculab balance. For our customers seeking a simplified digital balance, with less features than Acculab's products, we recommend My Weigh brand balances. [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/844/"]My Weigh's i2600[/a] balance offers 2600g x 0.1g at a much more affordable price.


    Another great buy is the [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/203/"]EPB-3K Electronic Precision Balance (3,000g x 0.1g)[/a] that is priced less than the Acculab VIC-1501.  You can get much more weighing capacity for less $$$.

    If you are a jeweler or pawn shop and were told by a Weights & Measures Inspector that you need a [a href="http://legalfortrade.balances.com/and/legalfortrade.html"]Legal for Trade[/a] Class II Scale the Acculab VIC1501 is NOT Legal for Trade and we recommend you purchase the [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/766/"]A&D EK-1200i[/a] or [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/1488/"]Mettler Toledo JL602-G/LA00[/a] digital scale.
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    Acculab VIC1501 Ink Mixing Scale

    1500 g x 0.1 g

    Acculab
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    Availability: Discontinued

    MSRP: $280.00

    YOU PAY: $189.90

    You save $90.10

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    Acculab VIC1501 Ink Mixing portable toploading scale is brand new, increased weighing capacity, weigh below underhook feature for density determination; flip-down protective cover, scales are now stackable; optional USB interface.

    Product Description

    We have NO remaining stock on the Acculab VIC-1501. Acculab is a victim of deleveraging and the brand Acculab has terminated production on December 31, 2010. The information listed below on the VIC-1501 is for reference only for those people researching the specification on a VIC1501 scale they already own.

    Yes - Acculab DOES NOT EXIST in 2011 since Sartorius decided to shutdown the Acculab brand name. The Acculab VIC-1501 was resurrected as the Sartorius AY1501 but these are not available since Sartorius is experiencing excessive lead times. For those customers that can not wait we offer many excellent alternative models which are in stock. We have in stock the A&D EJ1500, but you could also look at other alternative models like A&D EK1200i, Ohaus SP2001, MyWeigh i1200 or i2600 which are in stock without the 20 week lead time typically required if you wanted to buy Sartorius.

    Be sure to review the Adam Equipment Highland HCB3001 offering so many features, value at an affordable price. Adam's HCB Series comes with both the RS-232 and USB interface as standard equipment and the HandiCal - mechanical internal calibration with built in mass can be locked so only you calibrate the scale when you want to.

    If you need additional help finding a digital scale that is in stock give the experts a call at Precision Weighing Balances since we carry scales from many other manufacturers.

    VIC-1501 portable toploading scale features include: weigh below underhook feature for density determination; flip-down protective cover that is removable and protects your scale and teachers love this feature since the scales are now stackable; optional USB interface (most laptops only have USB ports); more applications (now percent function, hold feature, totalizing, specific gravity), larger selection of weigh modes, new display with backlit for easy viewing especially in poor lighting environments, and a completely new electronics for much better performance.

    The VIC-1501 is popular with plastisol screen printers for mixing a quart or less of ink.  If you are looking to mix greater than a quart and up to 1 gallon most printers buy the Mettler JB8001 since a gallon of white plastisol ink has the most pigment weighing around 6800 grams.

    Standard Features & Benefits include:
  • Exceptional accuracy and performance
  • Protective flip-down and removable plastic cover for shipping protection and allows stackable storage
  • External calibration (requires purchase of OPTIONAL 1kg cal mass)
  • Weigh below underhook for specific gravity applications
  • Unique rugged, durable design for all applications
  • Applications include: Counting, Percent Weighing, Totaling, Display Hold, Specific Gravity, Mass unit conversion
  • 14 Mass unit conversions (g, oz, lbs, lbs:oz, dwt, ozt, grains, Newton, carats, Taels HK/Taiwan/Singapore/China, user defined)
  • Optional RS-232 or USB interface kit (field installable)
  • Parts counting with selectable reference sample
  • AC adapter Included or operate on 9V alkaline battery
  • External "one button" calibration with 3 weight options
  • Lock down capability
  • Large LCD display with backlit
  • Two year manufacturer warranty

  • Before you decide to purchase an Acculab Vicon digital scale we suggest you review the My Weigh product line.  For those of you shopping around for the best price in digital portable scales, My Weigh makes the least expensive digital scales we have to offer.  These affordable electronic scales may not have all the features that an Acculab balance has, however as far as basic weighing is concerned, My Weigh portable scales can accomplish the task at hand and save you money.

    Acculab balances are excellent weighing solutions, but often times, our customers are looking for a lower cost balance without all the bells and whistles included in an Acculab balance. For our customers seeking a simplified digital balance, with less features than Acculab's products, we recommend My Weigh brand balances. My Weigh's i2600 balance offers 2600g x 0.1g at a much more affordable price.


    Another great buy is the EPB-3K Electronic Precision Balance (3,000g x 0.1g) that is priced less than the Acculab VIC-1501.  You can get much more weighing capacity for less $$$.

    If you are a jeweler or pawn shop and were told by a Weights & Measures Inspector that you need a Legal for Trade Class II Scale the Acculab VIC1501 is NOT Legal for Trade and we recommend you purchase the A&D EK-1200i or Mettler Toledo JL602-G/LA00 digital scale.

     

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