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WSM1 - Weigh Scale Meter 60kg

Measures transpiration in small or large plants.
The WSM1 Weigh Scale Meter continuously measures transpiration in small or large plants. Plants are placed on the scale and the weight is logged continuously at user defined intervals. The amount of weight lost over time is a direct measure of water loss from the plant.

The WSM1 Weigh Scale Meter is a complete solution for gravimetric measurements. Included as part of the instrument is a highly accurate scale (accuracy 1g), 60kg capacity, calibration and zero offset, software, data logger, and .csv download files.

  • Continuous logging of plant transpiration
  • Precision scales with ±1g accuracy
  • Weight range to 60kg
  • Low power requirements

Operating Conditions

Measurement Capacity 60kg, division 0.5/1g
Indication in g/kg
Readability 0.5/1 g
Tare Range -120 kg
Repeatability 0.5/1 g
Linearity ±0.5/1 g
Interface Supplied with RS-232
Operational Counting function, checkweighing, percentage weighing

Power

Power Supply 240V/11V AC, Battery

Other

Stainless Steel Platform Size 400×500 mm
Stabilisation Time 3 s
Working Temperature +15º to +30°C
Display LCD Backlit

Logging

Communication USB
Storage (microSD) Up to 16GB, 4GB microSD card included.
micro SD Interval >1 sec

The analytical balance is the common piece of equipment in the scientific laboratory. These highly precise instruments can measure down to ten thousandths or even hundred thousandths of a gram. Modern analytical balances use a complex system of electronic sensors to accurately mass a substance. Aside from weighing chemical substances, analytical balances are used to animals or insects, and centrifuge tubes in ultra centrifugation experiments. The WSM1 Weigh Scale Meter continuously measures transpiration in small or large plants. Plants are placed on the scale and the weight is logged continuously at user defined intervals. The amount of weight lost over time is a direct measure of water loss from the plant.