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By this function, the balance senses changes in outside air temperature that affect sensitivity, and the balance itself automatically startscalibrationusing its own internal weights. As a result, the operator can conduct measurement stably at all times without needing to worry about sensitivity calibration.


A set of standards used for controlling data exchange between a device and a PC. If a balance is compliant with this standard, it can be controlled from a PC and data can be sent to the PC from that balance. (Note, however, that communications software is required separately if the balance does not support the .) The is provided as standard in addition to the I/O mechanism (interface) on the BX/BW and AW/AX/AY series.


A function for capturing data from a balance on an application, such as Excel, running in Windows® via an RS-232C cable connected to a PC. This does away with the need for communications software for capturing data on the PC. (Patent acquired)
* To use USB ports, a separate conversion kit is required and a driver must be installed. Special attention is required for compatibility with the Windows® Vista OS. For details, click here


Standard units (weights) are used to obtain the relationship between the indicated values of a measuring instrument (balance) and their true values. "Calibration" means two things, "inspection" and "correction." Inspection involves judgment by comparing the size of the error of measured values with pre-determined correction limits, while correction involves re-application of a scale after having judged that the current indicated value is not reliable. Generally, "calibration" means the latter in most cases.

Electronic balance with built-in calibration weights

A balance designed with built-in calibration weights that allows sensitivity to be calibrated easily through simple button operation. Shimadzu has also incorporated the functionand function, that enable the balance itself to automatically judge the calibration timing and actually perform calibration, to make calibration even more convenient.

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