CAS LP1000N Label Printing Scale, 30lbs Capacity, 0.01lbs Readability CAS Corporation

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Product Description

  • Label printing scale for use in supermarkets, specialty stores, and delicatessens
  • 54 speed keys for direct data entry
  • Data transfer capability between scale and PC in both directions; scale-to scale PLU data transfer capability
  • 30 lb. capacity; face shows measurements in 0.01 lb. increments
  • Measures 7.8 x 16.1 x 16.9 inches (H x W x D)

The LP000N label-printing scale is for use in supermarkets, specialty stores, and delicatessens, and is legal for trade. It has 5 speed keys for direct data entry and data transfer capability between the scale and PC in both directions. It has scale-to-scale PLU (price lookup code) data transfer capability. It can store ,000 PLU codes of eight lines/50 characters each. It measures 7.8 x 6. x 6.9 inches (H x W x D). ). (H is the vertical distance from lowest to highest point, W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.) It runs on AC 0V, 60 Hz power.

Food service scales are used to weigh food portions or inventory in a commercial kitchen environment. Three common types of scales are hanging, portion control, and receiving. Hanging scales have hooks that items are hung from to be weighed. Portion control scales have platforms that ingredients or food portions are placed upon to weigh. Receiving scales check the accuracy of inbound inventory to verify that the ordered weight matches the received weight. The scales can be mechanical with dials or electronic with digital displays. They are commonly made of steel, stainless steel, aluminum, or some combination thereof.

manufactures weighing and measuring equipment such as scales and balances. The company, founded in 983, is headquartered in East Rutherford, NJ.

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christopher d pride
January 19, 2016
This is my third one and I think they are great. I could get a less expensive one but I like all of the features
July 12, 2014
poor quality