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Unboxing the Portable Balance – 500g x 0.1g from EduLab

Unboxing the Portable Balance – 500g x 0.1g from EduLab

Denise Ralph RSciTech is unboxing the Portable Balance – 500g x 0.1g from the guys at EduLab running through the components that make up this unit and how to weigh items.

The Edulab Student balances are a cost-effective and user-friendly solution for accurate weighing. These balances can be powered by either batteries or mains, making them portable and versatile. With three available models offering various capacities and weighing functions, the balances can accommodate a wide range of measurements. The compact and sturdy design includes a stainless steel pan, and the product comes with a 12-month guarantee. Multi-buy discounts are available, making this an excellent choice for educational institutions.


Video transcript below:

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Hello and welcome to LaBLife.
My name’s Denise Ralph and

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we’re filming on location today
at Walmer Hill in Surrey. In

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this video I’d like to take you
through the EduLab portable

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Student Balance. Take it out of
the box

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Place that there.

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It comes with the mains cable
which we’re not going to use

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today but it also takes 4 x AA batteries which I’ve

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already put into the unit.
Needs to be on a flat flat

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surface. So on one side we have
an on and off button and tare

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button. Display and a unit
button on the opposite side.

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And then if I push the on-off
button it will calibrate down

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to zero. Once it calibrates to
zero it is ready to use. So if

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you need to weigh something a
powder or a metal substance.

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Use a weigh boat or in this
case I’m using a beaker. Place

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the beaker onto the unit. Push
the tare button and it will

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take you back to zero. So now
it is only going to weigh this

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substance I put into the
beaker. It displays the weight

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so weigh it out. And if you
have an item that doesn’t need

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a weigh boat push the tare
button it takes you back to

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zero. Place the item onto the
balance and it will give me the

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weight of the item. Thank you
for watching today. Look

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forward to any feedback or
comments and look forward to

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seeing you again soon.

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