Essentials Package

QApps included in the Essentials Package:

Averaging

This application is used for moving samples (e.g. live animals) and for weighing in unstable environments. Multiple individual measurements without stability are averaged and this average is displayed as the result. The Averaging application uses the following calculation:

  • Average weight value: x-Net (rounded) = sum of weight values / mDef

Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Multiplication

This application multiplies the weight value by a user-defined factor between 0.0000001 to 99999999. The last three multiplication factors are permanently stored in the memory. The application uses the following calculation:

  • Result (rounded) = weight value * mul

Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Checkweighing

Checkweighing checks if a sample weight is within a specified tolerance. The result is visualized through color changes in the tolerance bar: yellow (below min.) / green (between or equal to min. and max.) / red (above max.).


Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Counting

This application is used to determine the number of objects which each have approximately equal weight. In the first step a reference weight with a defined quantity is weighed, and in the second step a sample with an unknown quantity is weighed. The Counting application calculates the quantity and the piece weight using the following calculations:

  • Reference piece weight: wRef = weight value [accuracy] / nRef
  • Calculated quantity: Qnt = round (weight value [accuracy] / abs (wRef))

 Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Density of solids

This application determines the density of solids using the buoyancy method. The sample is first weighed in air and then submerged in liquid. Based on the two weight values the application calculates the sample density. The Density application uses the following calculation:

  • Density of solid: Rho = abs ((weight in air * RhoFl)/(weight in air - weight in liquid))


Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Mixing

With this application, up to 100 components of a recipe are successively weighed into a vessel. The balance is automatically tared after each component. The weight values of all individual components as well as the total weight values are recorded and documented. The Mixing application uses the following calculation:

  • Sum of all components: T-Comp = Sum (N)

 Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Highest peak value

This application captures and stores the highest positive stable or unstable weight value (peak).


Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Percentage weighing

This application is used to determine the percentage share of an unknown sample in comparison to a reference weight. In the initial step the reference weight (initial weight value) is determined which corresponds to a defined percentage. In the following step an unknown sample is weighed and the percentage of the weight compared to the reference is calculated.

The Percentage weighing application uses the following calculations:

  • Wxx% = actual weight value | in comparison to reference percentage value

Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Statistics

This application saves up to 100 weight values (components) and statistically evaluates them. Statistical results are: Number of components, Average mean weight, Standard deviation, Variation coefficient, Sum of all weights, Lowest weight value (min.), Highest weight value (max.), Difference between min. and max. The Statistics application uses the following calculations:

Average mean weight of components: x [avg] = initValue + ( sumComp / n ) | initValue = first comp. and sumComp = sumComp + addValue

  • Standard deviation: s [dev] = sqrt (( n * sum2Comp - sumComp * sumComp) / (n * ( n-1))) | addValue = x comp. - initValue and sum2Comp = sum2Comp + ( addValue * addValue)
  • Variation coefficient: sRel [var] = abs (dev / avg * 100)
  • Sum of all components' weights: Sum = ( n * initValue ) + sumComp

Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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Totalization

This application calculates the sum of weight values (totalization) of up to 100 components that must be weighed in various containers, vials or vessels. With this application, weight values from successive, mutually independent weighing steps can be summed up to a total that exceeds the capacity of the balance. The result can be exported (serial communication, PC-Direct) or printed by a line or label printing device. The operator can switch the display between two modes: "normal mode": the display shows the current weight on the balance, "sum mode": the display dynamically shows the sum of "current value" + "sum of all stored values"

Available languages: English, German, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese

Last update: 15/05/2019

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