Product family: EasyTouch

EasyTouch Difference – Difference weighing e.g. the growth of cell cultures


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Do you have questions? Please get in contact +49 7433 9933-0 or info@kern-sohn.com. For technical questions please contact:

Wolfgang Schäfer
Wolfgang Schäfer
Software sales and business development
Tel.: +49 7433 9933-244


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  • Note: Prerequisite for this function is the basic program SET-01 Base
  • The difference function supports monitoring and evaluation of growth or change processes, as could occur, for example, in biological test sequences with cell cultures (monitoring). In this function, any number of sample carriers, e.g. Petri dishes (with culture media) can be defined, named and the corresponding initial weight recorded. The samples to be monitored are added to these sample carriers and the initial weights are recorded in the function. Using the Difference function, these sample carriers can be weighed again and again at regular intervals. The Difference function automatically calculates the weight difference, i.e. the difference compared with the initial weight (e.g. the growth or other biological, chemical changes). These differences are saved and evaluated. Statistical evaluation of any differences can be downloaded as graphics and as data
  • Graphical step-by-step instructions: The illustrated guide takes the user safely through the workflow when using difference weighing
  • Repeating weighing sequences: It is possible to carry out as many repeats of a weighing sequence as you want. I.e. sample carriers with cell cultures can, for example, be weighed as often as required and can therefore be monitored for as long as you want
  • Recalling the relevant sample carrier can be carried out either automatically, in accordance with the defined sequence, or manually using the ID number of the sample carrier, which can be scanned using a barcode, for example. In this way, the risk of confusion and missed weighings is minimised
  • Central master data memory: These weighing sequences can be stored in the memory of the system with the number of the containers (e.g. petri dishes), container IDs, ID number of the sequence, name of the sequence, batch name, etc.. In this way the data for this sequence does not have to be entered again for each repeated sequence, but can be easily recalled from the memory. The tare values for the petri dishes can also be stored in the master data memory. These are then automatically deducted from each weighing result
  • Efficient weighing and saving of individual results
    The sample holders can be stored with an ID number. This can be scanned using a barcode. In this way the correct sample holder is identified. Just weigh, save and you’re done


  • The central data memory function SaveServer for additional storage of all measurement data in a central, local server directory. By doing this the measurement data of all connected KERN EasyTouch weighing systems as well as from all installed KERN EasyTouch functions will be stored. A particular benefit of doing this for those users with several weighing systems is that all weighing data is consolidated in just one database and you can search for individual measurement data from several balances in just one table. The Save-Server data memory is also tamper-proof and cannot be changed, KERN SET-10


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