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What Are The Environmental Factors That Cause Errors In Electronic Balances?

Date:2019-02-23

Electronic Balances are precision electronic instruments that are susceptible to external environmental factors, so we need to find out the source of these errors so that we can reduce the error to get more accurate results. Let's briefly analyze the source of the error of the electronic balance.

First of all, it is necessary to select a room with dustproof, shockproof, moisture proof and temperature fluctuation prevention as the balance room. The balance with higher accuracy should also be used in the constant temperature room. Secondly, the balance should be placed on a firm and reliable workbench and placed in an appropriate position for easy operation. Before the balance is installed, check whether the components are complete and intact according to the balance list of the balance; carefully clean all parts of the balance. When installing, refer to the balance's instructions, properly assemble the balance, and adjust the level. After installation, check the installation of each part again, then check if the power supply voltage meets the requirements of the balance, and then plug in the power plug.

When the Waterproof Electronic Balance is weighed, the control keys and function keys should be used correctly; select the best integration time, and correctly grasp the reading and printing time to get the best weighing result.

Errors caused by changes in the measuring device and the measured itself, such as temperature, humidity, air pressure, vibration, electromagnetic field, light, etc., due to inconsistencies between various environmental factors of the electronic balance and the required standard state. Usually, the indication error generated by the electronic balance instrument under the specified conditions is called the basic error, and the error caused by the use of this condition is called the additional error.

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