During your search for the perfect weighing instrument, you might have seen the words "dual-range" here and there without any explanation of what that means. In this post, we'll cover a basic explanation of dual-range weighing and whether it's right for your needs.
Calibration is necessary, no matter the application or weighing instrument. Proper calibration ensures the traceability, reliability and accuracy of the results obtained from a scale or balance. Calibration weights are an investment that must be cared for in order to maintain their usefulness. See our top 5 tips on caring for calibration weights.
When browsing the web for scales and balances, you might have noticed that a feature called "accumulation" is found in various different types of products. Accumulation can be very useful for a wide variety of applications. In this post, we'll cover a basic explanation of the accumulation feature on balances and scales.
Jewelers rely on scales and balances to assess the quality of certain materials and to count gems. The type of weighing device needed for jewelry weighing depends on the specific requirements for each application. To help you choose the right scale or balance for your needs, this post will take a look at the different features and functions of jewelry scales and balances.
ISO is a ubiquitous, internationally used designation for businesses, but it is not always well understood. It can be intimidating and difficult to read about and understand what ISO is. In this post, we'll cover a basic explanation of ISO 9001 as it relates to weighing instruments.
If you read the manual for your scale or balance, you might have seen the section about ASCII codes, parity, baud rate and other technical terms. Adam weighing devices can be controlled with computers thanks to the RS-232 interface. In this post, we'll go over a basic explanation of what ASCII is and how to use your Adam product with a computer.