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Adam PGL-30001 digital scale has a weighing capacity of 30000 grams and a readability of 0.1 grams. The repeatability is ± 0.4g and the linearity / accuracy of the digital scale is ± 0.6 grams. PGL precision balances offers durability and precision coming together for a whole new class of digital scale. The 15.7" x 11.8" stainless steel weighing pan provides a large weighing platform especially useful for materials testing labs. Non-slip adjustable feet provide a friction anchor to compensate for accidental bumps to the precision balance. Modern low profile design and a color coded, sealed pad add to a simple weighing experience. Auto sleep and power down function to save battery life. A built-in rechargeable battery and AC adapter allow you to take your PGL balance anywhere, even out to the field. Adam Equipment’s unique ShockProtect™ overload protection keeps the weighing mechanism safe from unwanted overloads like book bags and heavy hands.

Adam Equipment PGL30001 is a low cost digital scale since it's weigh sensor is built using [a href="http://www.scalenet.com/applications/glossary.html#strain"]strain gauge technology[/a].  Strain gauge loadcells don't provide the same performance and accuracy like [a href="http://youtu.be/zxMzbAt4bj0" target="_blank"]magnetic force restoration (MFR) balance[/a] costing substantially more money. If you are on a budget with limited funds the PGL 30001 might be your digital scale for your weighing application, but you do get what you pay for. One benefit of a strain gauge is the scale can operate on batteries while a MFR balance has to plug into an AC power receptacle. You'll get better performance, linearity and repeatability with an electromagnetic weigh sensor like those found in the [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/648/"]A&D GP-30K[/a], [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/890/"]A&D GF-30K[/a], [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/1402"]Mettler Toledo SB32001-GA [/a] or [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/867"]Sartorius CPA34001S[/a] but this weigh sensor design cost more money.  If you're on a tight budget and your weighing results aren't for a super critical application then the AE PGL30001 might be your best choice.

The large backlit display with capacity tracker is easy to read and shows you how much weighing range is left when using the tare function, ensuring that you do not overload the balance.

Navigating the built in applications and weighing modes is easy with the intuitively designed keypad. Access to the main functions is quick and a special lock out feature allows the supervisor to set up access to all or selected functions so users do not inadvertently change the settings.

Communications is a snap with the built in bi-directional RS-232 interface. It interfaces with computers or printers and works with AdamDU data collection software or [a href="http://balance.balances.com/scales/1152"]WinWedge balance communication software[/a].

Standard Features:

  • - AC and rechargeable battery operation both included
  • - Brilliant backlit display with 1¨ high digits and graphic capacity tracker
  • - All metal, chemical resistant construction
  • - RS-232 bi-directional interface
  • - ShockProtect™ overload 3-point protection
  • - Below balance weighing
  • - Weighing units including g, kg, ct, gn, N, lb, oz, lb-oz

Applications:

  • - Parts counting
  • - Percentage weighing
  • - Density determination
  • - Check weighing
  • - Below balance weighing

PGL balances combine the solid construction and fundamental features of a high-precision top loader with the versatility of rechargeable battery operation making this a truly portable digital scale.

Again the PGL30001 weigh sensor is built using strain gauge technology. The strain gauge can give you good weighing results for weighing static loads, but can drift much more due to temperature variations caused by excitation energy used with a load cell strain gauge weigh sensor. You'll get better performance, linearity and repeatability with an electromagnetic weigh sensor like those found in the [a href="http://scaleman.com/industrial-scale-precision-balance-gp30k.html"]A&D GP-30K[/a], [a href="http://scaleman.com/electronic-scale-and-gf30k.html"]A&D GF-30K[/a], [a href="http://scaleman.com/sb32001-ga-high-cap-ntep.html"]Mettler Toledo SB32001-GA [/a] or [a href="http://scaleman.com/sartorius-cpa34001s-super-range-industrial-weighing-balance.html"]Sartorius CPA34001S[/a] but this weigh sensor design cost more money. If you don't understand then watch this video [a href="http://youtu.be/89BOlViQXto" target="_blank"] HERE demonstrating a magnetic force restoration balance verses strain gauge scale[/a]. If you're on a tight budget and your weighing results aren't for a super critical application then the PGL30001 might be your best choice. If you have more money to spend we always recommend you go with a [a href="http://youtu.be/zxMzbAt4bj0" target="_blank"] magnetic force restoration balance[/a]. If you have questions call the experts at Precision Weighing Balances and a laboratory balance application specialist can answer any of your questions.
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Adam PGL30001 digital scale

30000 g x 0.1 g

AdamLab
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Availability: Discontinued

MSRP: $2,995.00

YOU PAY: $2,485.85

You save $509.15

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Quick Overview

PGL30001 digital scale has a weighing capacity of 30000 grams and a readability of 0.1 grams. The PGL30001 weigh sensor is a strain gauge.

Product Description

Adam PGL-30001 digital scale has a weighing capacity of 30000 grams and a readability of 0.1 grams. The repeatability is ± 0.4g and the linearity / accuracy of the digital scale is ± 0.6 grams. PGL precision balances offers durability and precision coming together for a whole new class of digital scale. The 15.7" x 11.8" stainless steel weighing pan provides a large weighing platform especially useful for materials testing labs. Non-slip adjustable feet provide a friction anchor to compensate for accidental bumps to the precision balance. Modern low profile design and a color coded, sealed pad add to a simple weighing experience. Auto sleep and power down function to save battery life. A built-in rechargeable battery and AC adapter allow you to take your PGL balance anywhere, even out to the field. Adam Equipment’s unique ShockProtect™ overload protection keeps the weighing mechanism safe from unwanted overloads like book bags and heavy hands.

Adam Equipment PGL30001 is a low cost digital scale since it's weigh sensor is built using strain gauge technology.  Strain gauge loadcells don't provide the same performance and accuracy like magnetic force restoration (MFR) balance costing substantially more money. If you are on a budget with limited funds the PGL 30001 might be your digital scale for your weighing application, but you do get what you pay for. One benefit of a strain gauge is the scale can operate on batteries while a MFR balance has to plug into an AC power receptacle. You'll get better performance, linearity and repeatability with an electromagnetic weigh sensor like those found in the A&D GP-30K, A&D GF-30K, Mettler Toledo SB32001-GA or Sartorius CPA34001S but this weigh sensor design cost more money.  If you're on a tight budget and your weighing results aren't for a super critical application then the AE PGL30001 might be your best choice.

The large backlit display with capacity tracker is easy to read and shows you how much weighing range is left when using the tare function, ensuring that you do not overload the balance.

Navigating the built in applications and weighing modes is easy with the intuitively designed keypad. Access to the main functions is quick and a special lock out feature allows the supervisor to set up access to all or selected functions so users do not inadvertently change the settings.

Communications is a snap with the built in bi-directional RS-232 interface. It interfaces with computers or printers and works with AdamDU data collection software or WinWedge balance communication software.

Standard Features:

  • - AC and rechargeable battery operation both included
  • - Brilliant backlit display with 1¨ high digits and graphic capacity tracker
  • - All metal, chemical resistant construction
  • - RS-232 bi-directional interface
  • - ShockProtect™ overload 3-point protection
  • - Below balance weighing
  • - Weighing units including g, kg, ct, gn, N, lb, oz, lb-oz

Applications:

  • - Parts counting
  • - Percentage weighing
  • - Density determination
  • - Check weighing
  • - Below balance weighing

PGL balances combine the solid construction and fundamental features of a high-precision top loader with the versatility of rechargeable battery operation making this a truly portable digital scale.

Again the PGL30001 weigh sensor is built using strain gauge technology. The strain gauge can give you good weighing results for weighing static loads, but can drift much more due to temperature variations caused by excitation energy used with a load cell strain gauge weigh sensor. You'll get better performance, linearity and repeatability with an electromagnetic weigh sensor like those found in the A&D GP-30K, A&D GF-30K, Mettler Toledo SB32001-GA or Sartorius CPA34001S but this weigh sensor design cost more money. If you don't understand then watch this video HERE demonstrating a magnetic force restoration balance verses strain gauge scale. If you're on a tight budget and your weighing results aren't for a super critical application then the PGL30001 might be your best choice. If you have more money to spend we always recommend you go with a magnetic force restoration balance. If you have questions call the experts at Precision Weighing Balances and a laboratory balance application specialist can answer any of your questions.

 

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