FX1200iWP from AND Weighing offers 1220g with 0.01 gram readability.
FX-iWP is water and dust proof. A&D has applied its expertise in the design of waterproof precision balance. It is dust-tight and can even be sprayed with water. Think of it as an "accident-proof" balance suitable for use in environments that can render other balances inoperable.
What does "IP65" mean?
The International Protection (IP) Code, as defined by the international standard IEC 60529, specifies the degrees of protection provided by enclosures. The two digits next to IP indicate the levels of protection against solid foreign objects (first digit) and water (second digit). For example, a device rated as IP65 should permit no ingress of dust (level 6) and withstand water jetting from any direction (level 5).
A&D has build an amazing low cost magnetic force restoration balance that performs lightening fast using their Super Hybrid Sensor technology. This patented weigh cell provides quick stabilization speed with accurate weighing result in 1 second resulting in better productivity. The compact size and small footprint is something no other competitor brand can offer.
The vacuum fluorescent display enables easy-to-read weighing results even in poor lighting conditions.
The FXiWP Series comes standard with RS-232C interface for bi-directional communication with a PC, printer or other peripheral devices. When purchased with the optional AD-8121B printer you'll be GLP/GMP/GCP/ISO Compliant. In accordance with GLP and LIMS regulations, the balance ID number and calibration data can be printed out using A&D's AD-8121B or a PC.
The FX-iWP meets EMC regulations and is immune to the effects of electromagnetic fields of up to 10V/m.
All FX-iWP balances are backed with a 5 years manufacturer warranty making it the longest manufacturer warranty in the industry for a high quality lab balance.
Many people haven't heard of A&D Weighing but they are the third largest manufacturer of laboratory balances and scales in the world. Corporate headquarters are based in Japan but US offices in California and Georgia.