The electronic scale senses the external gravity by […]
The electronic scale senses the external gravity by the load cell and then transmits the converted electrical signal to the electronic circuit. Do not use excessive force when weighing, especially for small weighing scales. Handle the weighed items with care to avoid damage to the sensor.
After using the electronic scale, it is necessary to charge the battery regularly, usually about 12 hours (the time should not be too long), so that the electronic scale has a stable working voltage and improves the weighing accuracy.
Electronic scales are best used in a dry and ventilated environment (except waterproof scales) because the long-term operation of sensors and electronic components in a humid environment will shorten the service life and bring you economic losses. The electronic scale uses high-calculation A/D and single-chip circuits. In order to make your weighing accurate, you should stay away from strong electromagnetic interference sources, such as (electric welding machines, electric drills, magnets, large motors) and so on.