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The Difference Between Electronic Balances And Electronic Scales Is Accuracy

Update:20-05-2022
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    With the support of modern information technology, […]

    With the support of modern information technology, electronic balances and electronic scales can achieve a high level of automation and intelligent operation, greatly improving work efficiency. and both

    Electronic scales generally use strain-type sensors, which are light in weight and relatively cheap. After damage, it is difficult to repair and can only be replaced, and the stability is very poor. High-precision electronic balances generally use electromagnetic balance sensors, with high sensitivity and stability, and the accuracy can reach more than 0.1mg, and some electronic balances use ceramic capacitive sensors, and the accuracy can reach 1mg.

    The accuracy of the electronic balance is higher than that of the electronic balance because the internal structure of the electronic balance is more complex, especially the electronic balance can be calibrated, and the calibration improves the accuracy of the electronic balance. Through weight calibration, the data measured by the electronic balance is the mass of the object. Electronic scales only measure the weight of an object. So the laboratory uses electronic balances instead of electronic scales.

    We call it a balance with a general accuracy of more than 1/100000. For example, the maximum weighing weight is 100 grams and the accuracy is 0.001 grams. The accuracy of the electronic scale is generally 1/3000, that is to say, the whole process is 3000g, and the accuracy can reach 1g.

 

 

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