Overview

DETECTO’s 420 series digital precision balance scales are class II legal for trade and can be used for weighing herbs, cannabis, gourmet coffee and tea shops, jewels, and precious metals (gold and silver) in retail business with 10, 20, or 50 mg precision. The 420 series is NTEP and OIML legal for trade (excluding models 420-100 and 420-2000) and features a built-in rechargeable battery included and eight different units of measure. The scales come with a removeable air shield for precise measurement (included with all models except 420-3000). The stainless steel platform size is 5.7 in W x 4.5 in D (145 mm W x 115 mm D) for all models, except for the model 420-3000, which has a larger platform: 7.4 in W x 5.8 in D (188 mm W x 148 mm D). Overall scale dimensions are 8.6 in W x 11.5 in D x 3.2 in H (219 mm W x 292 mm D x 80 mm H).

DETECTO’s 420 series scales weigh in grams, kilograms, metric carats, avoirdupois drams, avoirdupois ounces, avoirdupois pounds, grains, and penny weight. The scales features counting mode, accuracy to 10 milligrams, RS232 serial port for printer output, polycarbonate body with stainless steel tray, nearly one-inch-high (23-mm-high) bold digits with blue backlight, and they are intuitive and easy to use.

The scales can use used for weighing chemicals, powders in laboratories (schools, universities, industrial, and agricultural), hospital use weighing blood bags (blood and blood components), patient medical waste samples, pill counting in hospital pharmacies, ingredients for recipe making, baking (especially pastry shops), soap making, inventory counting for small high value items (electronic components, jewels) with 10, 20, or 50 mg precision, and counting prize tickets and game coins (tokens) at gaming centers.

420 Digital Precision Balance Usage:

  • Weighing herbs, cannabis, gourmet coffee and tea shops, jewels, and precious metals (gold and silver) in retail business with 10, 20, or 50 mg precision.
  • Weighing chemicals, powders in laboratories (schools, universities, industrial and agricultural).
  • Hospital use weighing blood bags (blood and blood components), patient medical waste samples, and pill counting in hospital pharmacies.
  • Weighing ingredients for recipe making, baking (especially pastry shops), and soap making.
  • Inventory counting for small high value items (electronic components, jewels) with 10, 20, or 50 mg precision.
  • Counting prize tickets and/or game coins (tokens) at gaming centers.