New Ultra-Microcomparator Takes Mass Calibration to New Limits
Mar 17 2017 Comments 0
Mettler Toledo's newly launched XPR6U ultra-microcomparator balance comes with the MC Link mass calibration software as standard to deliver highly accurate and secure mass calibration. The new XPR6U ultra-microcomparator offers a groundbreaking readability of 0.1 μg coupled with fast stabilisation time and improved repeatability, thanks to the increased stability provided by the Active Temperature Control technology which draws heat away from the weighing cell.
The MC Link software guides you through the calibration process, all the way to the printed certificate in just a few clicks, all the while ensuring fully traceable and secure data for weights, weight sets, uncertainty analyses and customers.
Once activated, the GWP Approved function built-in to the comparator monitors its status regarding tests, adjustments, levelling and settings so you know that everything is in order before you start calibration. It also ensures that mass comparison takes place within the safe weighing range of the comparator, and helps to guarantee valid results every time.
The enhanced weighing pan improves weight handling whilst the patented hook weighing pan simplifies the handling of wire weights, either individually or in combination. The two terminal concept allows the main touchscreen to be placed wherever it is more ergonomic and convenient, whilst the smaller SmartView terminal is right where you need it with all the basic functions you need as you carry out your weighing tasks.
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