Review Ohaus Portable Electronic Scales, Ohaus CS2000 Rate Pros Cons

Ohaus Portable Electronic Scales, Ohaus is a reliable and dependable addition to the Ohaus Balances And Scales family of products. Combining top-notch and uncompromising quality with an affordable price, the Ohaus Portable Electronic Scales, Ohaus CS2000/ 65500-202 can fulfill your laboratory needs while still offering a great value for the money.

Product Category Description:

Easy operation, a long battery life, and high performance make these compact scales an excellent choice for light production, field, home, or office applications. The rugged plastic construction and battery powered operation allow for reliable, portable use. Standard features include a low battery indicator, overload/underload indicators, and an energy-saving auto shut-off that initiates after five minutes without activity. The low profile design includes a high contrast LCD and tactile feedback keypad.

Ordering Information: Manufacturer's one-year warranty on parts and labor. Supplied with three AA batteries. An optional AC adapter is available; contact your VWR representative for more information. Scales 82030-832, 13500-974, and 46620-092 are supplied with a U.S. postal chart. Scales 82030-834 and 82030-836 are supplied with a stainless steel pan cover.


RATING
93.75 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Specifications for Ohaus Portable Electronic Scales, Ohaus CS2000 :

Readability,g (oz.):  1.0 (0.04)
Capacity,g (lbs.):  2000 (4.4)
Repeatability(Std. Dev.), g:  1.0
Linearity, g:  ±1.0
Ohaus No.:  CS2000
Unit:  Each
Tare range:  To capacity by subtraction
Stabilization Time:  3 seconds
Operating Temperature:  18 to 25°C (64 to 77°F)
Pan Size:  14.6L x 13.3W cm (53/4 x 51/4")
Dimensions:  19.3L x 13.5W x 3.9H cm (719/32 x 55/16 x 11/2")
Net Weight:  0.47 kg (1 lb.)

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Humberto - Add Reply

shudda got more calibration...down to 1/2 gram. As it is, sometimes the smallest sample moves the scale a gram while other times a larger sample moves it identical. 2. plate size cudda been larger. when using a plastic container (zeroed out) it is sometimes hard to read because container blocks read-out.

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