|Tare deduction||➔ Automatic taring|
|Taring, automatic||when the tare pan is put in place the balance immediately displays zero. Saves time.|
|Taring, subtractive||the available weighing range of a balance is reduced by the value of the tare load. Example: weighing range of a balance Max 6000 g, Tare (= container) 470 g, available weighing range 5530 g.|
|Test weights: classes of accuracy||and their general relation to the types of balances:
E2 the most accurate test weights for high resolution analytical balances of verification class I ≥ 100.000 e
F1 Precision weights for analytical balances/ precision balances for verification class I/ II, up to 100,000 e
F2 Test weights for precision balances of verification class II, up to 30,000 e
M1 Precision weights for industrial and commercial balances of verification class III, up to 10,000 e
|Tolerance checks||The lower and upper limiting values are programmed individually. Input is possible in gram, pieces or %. With tolerance checks such as dosing, portioning or sorting, the balance displays the value over or under the limits. (also see Weighing with tolerance ranges)|
|Totalising||various individual weighings are added automatically to aggregate, e. g. all individual weighings of a batch.
See pictogram "Recipe"
|Totalising level C||Internal memory for complete recipes with name and target value of the recipe ingredients. User guidance through displays. Additional convenient functions, such as barcode and back calculation functions.|
|Traceability to the National Standard||A pre-requisite for every perfect measurement is the validated comprehensive proof that the measuring equipment can be traced back to the international or national standards. In Germany the statutory binding standards are available from the PTB.|