If you read the manual for your scale or balance, you might have seen the section about ASCII codes, parity, baud rate and other technical terms. Adam weighing devices can be controlled with computers thanks to the RS-232 interface. In this post, we'll go over a basic explanation of what ASCII is and how to use your Adam product with a computer.
Scales are used in virtually every step from farm to table, serving a variety of purposes for the many applications in the food chain. In this post, we'll cover some important features of scales used during food production and processing.
There are many applications that require a combination of high precision and legal-for-trade standards. In this post, we'll take a look at standard features balances should have to be used effectively in industries such as pharmaceuticals and fields affiliated with biochemistry.
You've probably received emails (from us and other businesses) about the impending GDPR. It's been talked about for a long time and there are all sorts of articles and businesses trying to understand and comply with upcoming regulations. In this post, we'll provide a basic explanation of GDPR regulations and what they mean for you.
In this post, we'll take a look at balances and their applications in forensic sciences. Forensics metrology is not limited to balances and scales, of course, but they're what we'll focus on.
If you have to pick between internal and external calibration options for your balance, how do you choose? How do they differ? What are the pros and cons?