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Digital Weight Indicators

A digital weight indicator is a device that electronically displays the weight of an object. They are commonly used in commercial settings, such as grocery stores and warehouses, to weigh produce, packages, and other items. They typically have a digital display that shows the weight in pounds or ounces. Some digital weight indicators also have a built-in printer, which can print out a label with the item’s weight.

Electronic Displays

We offer a wide range of high-quality electronic displays with our digital weight indicators.

Highly Accurate

Highly accurate digital weight indicators that are ideal for a wide range of industrial, commercial, and laboratory applications.

PLU Lite

A dedicated PC database package that works alongside a single ZK830 to expand its PLU data storage capacity.

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T103 Indicator

The weighing indicator is equipped with a large backlit LCD display, raised tactile buttons, built-in rechargeable battery, and simple operation.

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T401S

From parts counting to general weighing needs, the T401S’s straightforward design makes it easy for anyone to operate.

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T403S

With a full keypad, USB connection, and optional wireless Ethernet, the T403S is pivotal for flawless connectivity.

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T405S

Designed for industrial applications that require advanced weighing routines and high connectivity.

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T419S

Designed for industrial applications that require advanced weighing routines and high connectivity.

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Digital Weight Indicator FAQs

A digital weight indicator is a device that displays the weight measurement from a scale or other weighing system. It typically includes a display screen, buttons or a keypad for input, and various features for displaying and recording weight data.

When choosing a digital weight indicator, some features to consider include the display size and type, connectivity options (such as USB or Ethernet), data logging and reporting capabilities, and compatibility with different types of scales and weighing systems.

The method of connecting a digital weight indicator to a scale will depend on the specific model and type of connection. Some weight indicators may connect directly to the scale using a cable, while others may use wireless connectivity such as Bluetooth or WiFi. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for connecting the weight indicator to ensure proper operation.

Yes, many digital weight indicators are designed to be compatible with a wide range of scales and weighing systems. However, it is important to check the manufacturer’s specifications to ensure that the weight indicator is suitable for use with the specific type of scale you are using.

The accuracy of a digital weight indicator will depend on the specific model and type of weighing system it is used with. Some digital weight indicators may be highly accurate, with a resolution of several decimal places, while others may have lower accuracy. It is important to choose a weight indicator with a level of accuracy that is appropriate for your specific application.

Yes, some digital weight indicators are designed to be used in hazardous environments, such as those with explosive or flammable materials. These weight indicators may be built to meet specific safety standards and may include features such as explosion-proof construction or intrinsically safe electronics. It is important to check the manufacturer’s specifications to ensure that the weight indicator is suitable for use in the specific hazardous environment.

A digital weight indicator is a device that displays the weight measurement from a scale or other weighing system, while a load cell is a transducer that converts force or weight into an electrical signal. Load cells are often used in conjunction with a digital weight indicator to provide an accurate weight measurement.

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Orr Safety
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Todd Waiz
Dawn Foods
"All ASC technicians have been very professional and are very good at what they do. I have had some in our plant late hours and weekends and they stayed with the problem until the systems are returned to production. I wish I had more of them working with me here."
Terry Tower
Daramic
"The American Scale technician was very thorough and we barely even noticed he was there, which is a GOOD thing! He asked multiple questions making sure he was taking care of our every need and made sure to follow up before he left, explaining our scale situation and corrections that were made. Overall the technician did a fine job. Thanks for your services."
Paul Petrowski
Orr Safety
"I have no complaints with American Scale or its employees. The people that come to the plant are always well represented and work with us to resolve any issues. Most go above and beyond by pointing out any issues they see, not even pertaining to the trouble call they were called on. We are very satisfied with American Scale and will continue to use their services."
Todd Waiz
Dawn Foods
"All ASC technicians have been very professional and are very good at what they do. I have had some in our plant late hours and weekends and they stayed with the problem until the systems are returned to production. I wish I had more of them working with me here."
Terry Tower
Daramic

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