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  • Capacity vs. Sensitivity Trade-off of mechanical scales

    Capacity vs. Sensitivity Trade-off of mechanical scales

    The trade-off between capacity and sensitivity is a common consideration in the design and selection of mechanical scales. Here's a more detailed explanation of the capacity vs. sensitivity trade-off: Capacity: Definition: Capacity refers to the maximum weight or load that a scale can handle without... read more

    Dec 18,2023 Industry News
  • Can you explain the concept of sensitivity in mechanical scales?

    Can you explain the concept of sensitivity in mechanical scales?

    Sensitivity in mechanical scales refers to the scale's ability to detect and respond to small changes in weight or mass. It is a crucial characteristic as it determines how accurately the scale can measure and display incremental changes in weight. The higher the sensitivity, the more precise the sc... read more

    Dec 11,2023 Industry News
  • Can you explain the principle behind the balance beam in mechanical scales?

    Can you explain the principle behind the balance beam in mechanical scales?

    The balance beam is a key component in many mechanical scales, and it operates based on the principle of equilibrium. The basic idea is that when an object is in equilibrium, the sum of the forces acting on it is zero. In a simple mechanical scale with a balance beam, you typically have a horizontal... read more

    Dec 04,2023 Industry News