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ECS-110LB counting scale weighing specification are 110 lb x 0.005 lb and 50 kg x 0.002 kg, powered by

When you talk to every "so called scale expert" many don't have a clue about the proper selection of which counting scale model best meets your needs. Many like to exaggerate on the counting scale's ability to count parts and will attempt to impress you with buzz words like 'internal counts a.k.a. counting resolution" and enhance APW Software that is suppose to solve all the problems in the world.

The first thing you need to understand is all manufacturer state specifications in "best case scenarios" and like every part you are attempting to count is uniform in weight, which isn't reality. If you are counting paper the paper can hold moisture, if you are printing on the paper one sheet can have more ink applied than the next piece of paper. Fabricated metal and plastic items can always have burrs or residual lubricant used in the manufacturing process. It is always best to use a larger sample size like 20, 25 or 50 parts verses 5 or 10 pieces to better adjust for variations in the parts you are counting.

Our successful selling of counting scale has always been "if the counting scale can't sense the sample weight then it can't count it" so look at the smallest graduation the counting scale increment and multiple this number by 4 or 5 for extra security and your count should be good. So the ECS-110LB increments in 0.002 kg (equivalent to 2g). We like the metric system so 2g x 5 yields 10 grams. So if your part weighs greater than 10 gram (that's about the weight of two (2) nickels) then the ECS-110LB will do the job. If you are counting lots of parts this counting scale has an accumulator function.

Be sure to scroll completely down this web page since we have an ton of information to help you better understand how a counting scale works. You'll learn how if you don't have parts that weigh all the same you'll never be able to count them correctly. You'll learn about average piece weight and more. Please, first read everything on this web page to get a understanding of a counting scale and if you have questions give us a call and we'll help you out.

Versatile ECS Counting Scales are used for weighing applications involving piece counting, inventory control, or straight weighing. This is a generic brand direct from Asia, but this is where 99% of the electronic counting scales are made now a days. Asia has advanced dramatically over the years in technology and quality. We decided to market this generic brand since we believe the motto "if you can't tell the difference why pay the difference". Again, if you are confused and not sure give us a call and a product specialist you can "count on" will give you a hand in getting the best counting scale for your application and money.

**AC adapter or the internal rechargeable battery**and features a 13.4" x 9.7" weighing platform. The rechargeable battery is factory installed and included with the counting scale and offers more than 25 hours of battery life when fully charged. This counting scale is an excellent choice for weighing parts in the range of 10 gram or more. We understand many people don't have a scale to weigh their part so to give you an idea what 10 grams would be, simply take two (2) nickels out of your pocket since the nickel weighs close to 5 gram(see what coins weigh HERE.). If your part is a lot lighter than 10 grams then be sure to see the other 5 models of the ECS Counting Scales here.When you talk to every "so called scale expert" many don't have a clue about the proper selection of which counting scale model best meets your needs. Many like to exaggerate on the counting scale's ability to count parts and will attempt to impress you with buzz words like 'internal counts a.k.a. counting resolution" and enhance APW Software that is suppose to solve all the problems in the world.

The first thing you need to understand is all manufacturer state specifications in "best case scenarios" and like every part you are attempting to count is uniform in weight, which isn't reality. If you are counting paper the paper can hold moisture, if you are printing on the paper one sheet can have more ink applied than the next piece of paper. Fabricated metal and plastic items can always have burrs or residual lubricant used in the manufacturing process. It is always best to use a larger sample size like 20, 25 or 50 parts verses 5 or 10 pieces to better adjust for variations in the parts you are counting.

Our successful selling of counting scale has always been "if the counting scale can't sense the sample weight then it can't count it" so look at the smallest graduation the counting scale increment and multiple this number by 4 or 5 for extra security and your count should be good. So the ECS-110LB increments in 0.002 kg (equivalent to 2g). We like the metric system so 2g x 5 yields 10 grams. So if your part weighs greater than 10 gram (that's about the weight of two (2) nickels) then the ECS-110LB will do the job. If you are counting lots of parts this counting scale has an accumulator function.

Be sure to scroll completely down this web page since we have an ton of information to help you better understand how a counting scale works. You'll learn how if you don't have parts that weigh all the same you'll never be able to count them correctly. You'll learn about average piece weight and more. Please, first read everything on this web page to get a understanding of a counting scale and if you have questions give us a call and we'll help you out.

Versatile ECS Counting Scales are used for weighing applications involving piece counting, inventory control, or straight weighing. This is a generic brand direct from Asia, but this is where 99% of the electronic counting scales are made now a days. Asia has advanced dramatically over the years in technology and quality. We decided to market this generic brand since we believe the motto "if you can't tell the difference why pay the difference". Again, if you are confused and not sure give us a call and a product specialist you can "count on" will give you a hand in getting the best counting scale for your application and money.