This item is currently on backorder but you can still purchase it now and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Kern BID floor scales with capacities from 600 kg to 3000 kg. Kern BID floor scales are a high resolution scale that is M Class approved for trade use. They are available with an optional calibration certificate and a range of accessories.
NEW: now also available as a dual-range balance! Ideal, when high maximum loads need to be weighed, but in the lower load range you still need high resolution. This means that two balances can be replaced with one - which saves space and money!
BID 1T-4EM: Compact special sizes, specially for weighing European pallets
Weighing bridge: out of anti-slip corrugated steel, 4 silicone-coated steel load cells, dust and spray protection IP67
Easy levelling of the weighing bridge as well as access to the junction box from above
Benchtop stand incl. wall mount for display device as standard
Totalising of weights and piece counts
Thanks to the RS-232 and Bluetooth interfaces, the balance can easily be connected to existing networks. Data exchange between the balance and PC or printer is also made easier
Dosage aid controlled through the display
NEW: from now on the calibrated models can be operated with an optional data interface, such as Bluetooth, WiFi, LAN (optional alibi memory required). This enables convenient data transfer of weighing results in legal-for-trade applications
Possible application scenarios for interfaces: - RS-232, included in the scope of delivery, e.g. for connecting a PC or printer - LAN, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB for PC, optional, e.g. for connecting a PC or peripheral device - USB for USB stick, optional, e.g. for exporting alibi data to a USB stick or hard disk - Digital I/O, including signal lamp, optional, e.g. for optical support during weighing with tolerance range, piece counting etc.
Note: For verified scales the weighing bridge must be fixed to the floor. Optionally, with an access ramp, a footplate pair or a pit frame
Our large, heavy floor scales are sent in a sturdy wooden crate, to ensure safe transportation and protection of the measuring equipment