Adam Electronic Balance 600g x 0.01gOrder code: HCB 602H
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|Base price|| $505.00|| || || || |
|Scientrific's price|| $495.00|| || || || |
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ELECTRONIC ADAM PORTABLE PRECISION BALANCE 600g x 0.01g
A versatile, portable balance suitable for use in laboratories or the field. Includes ShockProtect™ to prevent damage from overloads up to 200kgs.
The HandiCal™ internal calibration weight provides incredibly easy calibration without the need for external calibration weights. This balance and other Highland balances are amongst the most versatile, easily used and accurate portable precision balances available today.
• 600g capacity
• 0.01g resolution
• 120mm diameter stainless steel pan
• Mains or battery operated (requires six AA batteries which are not included)
• Mains power adaptor included
* Units of Measure g / ct / lb / oz / d / dr / GN / OZt / dWt / MM / TL.T / TL.C / TL.t / N / g2
* RS-232 and USB ports
* Weigh below hook for density and specific gravity measurements
• Removable Draft Shield included
• Kensington security mounting slot
• Auto power off and low battery indicator
• Large, clear and easy to read backlit LCD
• Can be stacked on top of one another for easy moving and storage
We recommend the purchase of the protective clear plastic In-Use Cover listed under Accessories / Spares Parts below.
WarrantyThis product is used in teaching these Australian Curriculum codes:
ACSCH039 - Chemical fundamentals - Chemical reactions - A mole is a precisely defined quantity of matter equal to Avogadro’s number of particles; the mole concept and the Law of Conservation of Mass can be used to calculate the mass of reactants and products in a chemical reaction
ACSCH036 - Chemical fundamentals - Chemical reactions - All chemical reactions involve the creation of new substances and associated energy transformations, commonly observable as changes in the temperature of the surroundings and/or the emission of light
ACSCH037 - Chemical fundamentals - Chemical reactions - Endothermic and exothermic reactions can be explained in terms of the Law of Conservation of Energy and the breaking and reforming of bonds; heat energy released or absorbed can be represented in thermochemical equations
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Highland Balance with draft shield.
Stacked Highland Balances.
Highland Balance with Security Chain. Security Chain not included. The RS232 port can also be seen.
Highland Balance with beaker. Beaker not included.
Highland Balance front view.
Highland Balance side view showing USB socket.