Ohaus CS200 Digital Compact Scale
Compact design, dependable results
200 gram capacity x 0.1 gram resolution
- Three AA Batteries
- AC Power Adapter
|Mode: Grams||Capacity: 200.0 g||Resolution: 0.1 g|
|Mode: Ounces||Capacity: 7.045 oz||Resolution: 0.005 oz|
|Mode: Newtons||Capacity: 1.800 N||Resolution: 0.001 N|
Auto-Off Feature If ya have ever had the batteries in something run out because you forgot to turn it off, you'll realize what a blessing this feature is. The CS200 will automatically turn off after a few moments of inactivity.
Tare Feature The tare button on the front of this digital scale 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 item you're adding. This sure is useful when ya want to get the weights of separate items.
Stainless Steel Platform This compact digital 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.
It Remembers The Last Unit Ya Used If your application needs weights in the same unit of measurement, (like ounces for instance), it can be a real pain if your jewelry scale always turns on ready to weigh in grams. It's a good thing the CS200 turns on displaying the unit of measurement you were using when ya turned it off.
Easy Calibration This portable scale comes factory calibrated and ready to use. Just in case ya need to calibrate it, the CS 200 comes with easy to follow calibration instructions. You'll just need to pick up a 200 gram calibration weight to get the job done.
1 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY! When ya get this compact scale, ya need to go over to the Ohaus website and register it to receive a one year warranty.
This scale is perfect. the platform is big enough to hold items steady, and the calibration seems perfect. I love that I can use readily available batteries (AA's) or the plug in feature. Highly recommend.Reviewed by: Noel from Alaska on (8/17/2012)