Transformer maintenance: Portable bench scale provides on-site weighing capability for transformer oil

transformer maintenance transformer oil testing utility equipment Alliance Scale

Utility equipment: A portable, battery powered bench scale that is legal-for-trade and ideal for applications from a truck such as weighing refrigerant tanks or transformer oil is available from Alliance Scale, Inc. of Canton, Massachusetts.

The Alliance/CAS PB Series Portable Bench Scale is ideally suited for field weighing applications because it is legal-for-trade and connects to receipt printers and other devices. Featuring a large 6-digit LCD display that is detachable for easy viewing, this scale weighs 14.5 lbs. and comes in 150-, 300-, and 500 lbs. capacities, with 1/3000 external resolution.

Equally effective for in-plant applications such as shipping & receiving
and assembly, the Alliance/CAS PB Series Portable Bench Scale includes an RS232 port for connecting to other networked devices and provides 300 hrs. continuous use on Alkaline batteries or 60 hrs. rechargeable. An optional wall mount bracket and a receipt printer are available.

For more information about Alliance Scale or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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