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When you're weighing with analytical scales like the Galaxy HR-250A, even the tiniest breeze can interfere with weight readings. That's why this A&D scale comes with a shatterproof breeze break to keep out those pesky drafts. Oh, and don't worry, this scale makes it easy to put your items on, or take them off, the platform. The space saving rotary doors easily slide open giving you plenty of access to the weighing chamber. You can also take it off the scale completely if ya want, even while wearing heavy gloves. That's not all! A&D designed this draftshield with an antistatic coating, to help dissipate static charges in the weighing chamber that could affect the weighing results.
The HR-250A has a bright, reverse lit display. You'll have no problem reading this precision scale, even in the dimmest lighting.
Rest assured you'll be getting consistent weight readings day after day with this analytical scale and its Super Hybrid Sensor Technology.
You bet it does! All ya need to do is weigh a sample amount of pieces, so the HR-250A can know how much each piece weighs, then start counting. You'll be finished in no time.
This function will improve the accuracy of the unit weight by re-calculating the unit weight with each additional amount of pieces ya put on the scale. This is gonna make counting your parts and pieces super accurate and super easy.
This balance is equipped with magnetic force restoration, or electro-magnetic force, to provide super fast, accurate and repeatable measurements.
This feature will let ya compare the weights of your samples against a predetermined reference weight. This can be helpful in weight checking, compounding, formulating and more.
Use this mode to statistically calculate the weight data and display the results. This is handy in applications like the mixing of multiple formulae such as medications.
Sometimes the thing ya need to weigh just won't fit on the scale's platform. Now that's a problem for most scales, but not the Galaxy HR250A. This scale has a weighing hook built right into the bottom. This hook works by pulling on the weighing platform when an item is hanging from it, just like if ya were to put an item on top of the platform. This will come in handy for density determination, gravity calculation, and a lot more.
With this analytical balance you can determine density for solids and liquids. All ya have to do is enter a couple of parameters into the balance.
The A&D Galaxy HR-250 has an RS232 communication port built in for easy communication with printers and computers.
The HR series has a durable stainless steel weighing platform that doesn't scratch easily and will keep its shine without rusting or tarnishing.
This lab balance will automatically print your data for ya! Just tell the HR-250A to continuously send data to the printer, to send it at user selectable intervals, when the balance is stable, or to only send it when ya press the print key. That's pretty handy if ya ask me.
The tare button on the front of the HR250A can be pressed to "zero out" the weight on the scale. You can then add more weight, and the display will only show the weight of the items you're adding. This sure is useful when ya want to use a container to weigh your things.
To get the most accurate weight readings from this analytical balance, A&D designed the HR-250A with a liquid level indicator and adjustable feet for adjusting the balance.
This analytical balance is covered with a 5 year warranty from A&D Weighing against defects in material and workmanship.
To get the most precise weight readings from your scale, you'll want to calibrate it from time to time. This analytical balance comes with easy to follow calibration instructions. You'll just need to pick up a 100 gram calibration weight to get the job done. If ya buy the HR-250AZ model with internal calibration, you can calibrate your scale with the push of a button! No external calibration weights required.
This lab balance will automatically print your data for ya! Just tell the HR-250A or HR-250AZ to continuously send data to the printer, to send it at user selectable intervals, when the balance is stable, or to only send it when ya press the print key. That's pretty handy if ya ask me.