New Balance Series Combines Economy and High Performance for Essential Weighing
Oct 08 2018 Read 361 Times
Ohaus Corporation, a leading worldwide manufacturer of scales, balances and laboratory equipment announces the launch of their new Pioneer PX Analytical and Precision balances.
Ohaus has now further expanded their laboratory weighing portfolio with the introduction of the new Pioneer PX balances which are designed for accuracy and repeatability for essential weighing applications in laboratory, industrial and education settings. The new Pioneer PX line of balances ranges from Semi-Micro to Precision models.
The new Pioneer is built for intuitive use in the laboratory and is equipped with a range of features for intelligent operation. The Pioneer features a brightly lit dual line display, which shows the weight in an easy-to-read manner, while a second line provides additional information or guidance prompts to the user.
Standard RS232 and USB device ports allow for easy connectivity to printers and other peripherals, allowing convenient capture of results. Ohaus’ free data collection tool (SPDC) provides a simple solution to import this data directly in formats such as Excel, Access, .txt, .csv etc.
A static removal bar along the top of the draftshield provides a convenient grounding location, allowing the user to discharge any static charge that may have accumulated prior to handling samples and weighing. This helps compliance with good weighing practices, while improving the stability and accuracy of results.
"With the introduction of our new Pioneer PX series we are now completing the full refresh of our laboratory weighing instruments. It has been designed with high Ohaus quality in mind for a long-term use, and at an affordable price," said Szymon Hołubowicz , Senior Market Manager at Ohaus Corporation.
For more information about the Pioneer PX Balances, visit www.ohaus.com.
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