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You bet it does! All ya need to do is weigh a sample amount of pieces, so the scale can know how much each piece weighs, then start counting. You'll be finished in no time.
Need to batch a certain amount of pieces? This is the scale for you. The CTS 6000 has a batching feature that lets ya set how many pieces ya want in each batch, then start counting. This scale will let ya know when you've reached your limit, so you'll have your batches counted and weighed in no time at all.
This digital scale has three, backlit displays to help ya see your weight readings, even in dim lighting. The first display will show you the weight of what you have on the scale, the second displays the weight of each item, and the third shows the total amount of pieces you have on the scale.
This counting scale has an RS232 port built right in. This is important if you're wanting to send your weight readings and other data to an external source like a computer or printer.
This industrial scale has a durable stainless steel weighing platform to make cleanup a breeze. Unlike gold or silver, stainless steel doesn't scratch easily and keeps its shine without rusting or tarnishing.
The tare button on the front of the CTS-6000 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 the included expansion scoop to weigh your things, or if ya want to get separate weights of multiple items.
This very handy feature helps you quickly and easily get your scale nice and level. A level scale is important for getting the most accurate weight readings.
If ya ever have a problem with this digital counting scale, just send it in to the My Weigh warranty center in Phoenix, Arizona. They'll fix or replace your scale and have it on its way back to ya within two working days.
Q: The specifications have conflicting numbers. It says 0.1 g resolution. But it also says 0.0005 lb resolution, which would be 0.2 g. Which is it?
A: Hey there Doug,They are both correct. If you have the scale in grams mode, the resolution is .1 grams. If you have the scale in pounds mode, the resolution is .0005 pounds.Take care,Brandon