What is analog electronics, calibration error, capacity, cornerload error, count?
Analog Electronics: Analog electronic system operates the measuring cell and measuring circuits. (Analog produces a smooth wave form (like a wave) vs. digital which produces a square wave form. (like a square))
Calibration Error: This is the difference in weight of the near full load capacity and what the instrument reads on a digital display and to its real weight of that load.
Capacity: Is the heaviest weight the scale is capable of handling.
Cornerload Error: Means that there are variations to the displayed weight if you move the load to different positions on the weighing pan.
Count: The smallest number that the scale can display.
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