Cardinal C Series Counting Scale Demo Video

If you own a warehouse that assembles items then you probably understand how much of a challenge it can be to keep track of every single item in your facility. Do you really want to count every single screw by hand? Or what about trying to count tiny resistors or cable ties? Fortunately companies like Cardinal Scale Manufacturing in Webb City Missouri develop outstanding counting scales that are easy to use and make the job of keeping track of inventory a breeze. All you need to do is place a handful of whatever item you need to weigh on the scale, press a few buttons and you’re counting. Let’s do a quick example. Let’s say you need to count the box of nails that you have. All you need to do is count ten of the nails out and place them on the scale. Then press the number one and the number zero on the keypad, then press the sample size key. The scale will calculate the average weight of the ten pieces you placed on the scale, giving you an average piece weight and displaying quantity of 10 on the display. Now you’re ready to dump the rest of those same nails on the scale and obtain your total.

Count Cardinal Scale’s portable C series counting scales offer up to 99 easy-to-add PLUs for fast reference (9 direct quick keys and 90 indirect PLUs). The C series features a rechargeable battery pack for mobile weighing and is capable of counting the smallest parts with ease using 15,000 weight divisions. Watch this brief demo video to see how the features of the Cardinal Scale C series would be perfect for all of your inventory, packaging, and other digital counting needs. This video demonstrates the many functions of Cardinal Scale’s portable C series digital counting scales. Every operation from weighing (with known and unknown weight samples), setting weight/quantity presets, using the accumulator mode, to programming and recalling stored PLUs into the scale are demonstrated. Watch this brief video to see all of Cardinal Scale’s C series operations in action. Click here for additional information.

CAS EC-2 Dual Channel Counting Scale

The EC-2 from CAS Corporation provides the features you need for counting and weighing and is available in four capacities from 6 to 60 pounds. Connect a second platform to expand your capacity. Great for use in manufacturing, parts shops, hardware stores, etc. Easily Connect to a Second Platform to the counting scale for weighing and counting large amounts. Save up to 200 Presets. Lb/Kg switchable along with RS-232C Interface. Accumulation Mode and negative counting capability as well. Click the following for more information on the EC2 counting scale

EC2 Counting Scales

CAS Dual Channel EC-2 Counting Scale

CAS EC Series Counting Scales

Designed with reliability in mind, the CAS EC Series Counting Scale stands alone its field. High accuracy and simple to use are standard features with this counting scale. The EC series also has an optional label or receipt printer available to record the counts that you acheive onto paper or labels.  EC series counting scale is great for use in manufacturing, parts shops, hardware stores, etc. Capacities available include 6, 15, 30, and 60 lb. The scale features High Internal Resolution (1/600,000), Easy to read LCD with Blue Backlight, and Rechargeable battery and standard AC power.

Cardinal CS

Cardinal CS Series Digital Counting Scale

The built-in rechargeable battery pack with up to 200 hours of continuous use not only monitors the battery life, but also recharges the battery while the scale is in operation insuring no unexpected “down time.” Preset count and weight limits can be set to alert the operator that a quantity or desired weight has been achieved. The is an excellent feature for packaging of parts and products.

Cardinal CS parts counting scale

With 15,000 weight divisions, the Cardinal CS Counting Scale is capable of counting the smallest of parts. The CS series includes memory accumulators to keep total piece count and weight from the last time the memory was cleared. This feature is great for keeping a running total on specific parts and products. The CS scale packaging can be re-used when storing or transferring the scale. A vinyl dust and debris cover protects the CS scale from all of the dirt that can accumulate over long term use

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Ohaus EC Series Counting Scale

ohaus ec portable battery powered counting scale

The Ohaus EC is a battery powered portable parts counter

Ohaus EC Counting Scales are an economical digital parts counting scale and designed for fast, accurate operation. Ideally suited for annual inventories, parts rooms, rentals and other counting applications, with an internal counting resolution of 1:600,000. Ohaus EC Counting Scales offer accuracy, durability and portability in one practical design.

 

 

Salter Brecknell B120 Counting Scale

The Salter Brecknell B120 counting scale is economical and you can depend on it for a variety of office and light industrial use. Intuitive keystrokes and an easy to operate design allows for quick operator training, and a variety of functionality.

Salter B120

Salter B120

Additional features of the B120 include a configurable “Auto off” setting and power switch to increase performance of battery life, simple field calibration using weights between 25%-100% of the scales capacity and piece weight memory allowing you to count identical items without having to obtain a new sample piece weight. Also includes LEDs to indicate status of low battery, AC power and charging of the battery.

 

A&D FCi Parts Counting Scales

A&D Weighing FC-i Parts Counting Scales

One of the most powerful and useful features of A&D FC-i Counting Scale is ACAI, Automatic Counting Accuracy Improvement. It is not a new feature but a feature AND Weighing had incorporated to the first generation of FC counting scales in order to maximize the accuracy of counting without sacrificing ease of use. However, once in a while we, and the people at the factory, get asked why it is there or even if it can be removed. The reason is simply that some operators do not understand how it works. Since the theory behind the ACAI involves some knowledge of statistical mathematics about errors, it sometimes discourages people to even try to understand what it is. In reality, ACAI is a result of the careful observation of how a counting scale is being used at workplaces. Continue reading