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(New unit costs over $7,885)
In excellent condition, power supply included.
Weighing Range 12 kg
Readability 0,1 g
Sartorius FC12CCE-SX offers 12 kg weighing capacity that increments in 0.1 gram interval and is one of the few explosion-proof, intrinsically safe digital scales in the world. The large 8.5" x 7.9" stainless weighing platform offers plenty of room for placing most beakers, flasks, jugs or other container.
Sartorius FC12CCE-SX intrinsically safe balance is equipped with built-in motorized calibration weights, so you can check the scale's accuracy by a simple pressing of the keypad. The power jack and data output port are both on the weighing platform. The RS232C interface ensures secure data transfer over optional zener barriers or interface converters to the non-hazardous area; e.g., to a Sartorius YDP20-OCE printer or computer.
FAmily Mutual Approved for use in Class 1, Division I, Groups A,B,C,D hazardous environments. Complete detailed description about all these classifications can be found here.
Sartorius FC12CCE-SX has a wide array of application programs: check weighing, net total formulation, weighing in percent, statistics, totalizing, recalculation, differential weighing, calculation of weight values, and mass unit conversion. The explosion proof digital balance also offers several additional functions for combination: second tare memory, ID codes, product data memory and user-definable printout design.
If you're weighing hazardous liquids, solids or gases, the complete line of Sartorius explosion-proof scales can satisfy most of these stringent requirements. Because the scale is intrinsically safe there is no need for a bulky containment housing for most installations. All FC Series are ruggedly built with stainless steel platforms, strong cast aluminum housing and IP-54 rated against spills. Now you don't need to sacrifice accuracy for safety in hazardous environments.
Intrinsic safe balances protect so that the low energy of the intrinsically safe electrical circuits cannot cause ignition even when there are short circuits or sparks/arcs during fault conditions. For this reason, the cables of intrinsically safe equipment, for example, do not need to be installed in protective conduits.