The OHAUS Discovery series of semi-micro and analytical balances combine unmatched weighing performance with OHAUS’ innovative SmarText™ software, making it extremely reliable and easyto-use. The Discovery features durable glass and steel construction and together with advanced
AutoCal™ internal calibration make it the best performing balance in its class:
• Highest Performance with repeatability and linearity performance that’s better than most balances in its class
• SmarText™ Software utilizes text prompts to guide users through application use and balance setup
• Advanced AutoCal™ automatic internal calibration ensures accurate weighing.
The OHAUS Discovery series features four analytical models with capacities up to 310g by 0.1mg with a FineRange™ model that offers 10 microgram readability. Discovery is perfect for university research, pharmaceutical research and drug discovery, and general lab applications.
Discovery’s repeatability and linearity performance is 2x better than most semi-micro balances in its class. Glass and steel construction resists the effects of static and corrosion increasing balance stability and accuracy, as well as extending product life.
SmarText™ is OHAUS’ easy to use balance software that utilizes text prompts to guide users through application use and balance setup.
Delivered through a 2-line backlit LCD and clearly marked buttons, SmarText™ tells you what is going on and what you have to do next.
Utilizing the 2-line LCD, SmarText™ simultaneously displays weight and application-specific information such as percent or count. At the touch of the
Function button, SmarText™ will display application reference information such as the average piece weight (APW).
To minimize weighing errors and ensure accurate measurements, AutoCal™ utilizes two internal weights to perform a linear calibration. AutoCal™ internal calibration system automatically calibrates the balance when it senses a temperature change significant enough to affect the weighing accuracy.
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