Paediatric Digital Infant Scale

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Model Number : NH-39845

Pedia Pals ZooPals Exam Table Digital Infant Scale is a high quality and field-tested product that allow patients to feel comfortable in the doctor’s office. The large open weight tray design allows easy access and use during a doctor’s examination. Perfectly fitted to Pedia Pals ZooPals paediatric exam tables’ storage drawers. Paired with a LCD display, doctors can quickly weigh and record a patients weight with minimal effort. Keeping a little patient from being a little impatient.

**Not compatible with Pedia Pals ZooPals Compact Paediatric Exam Tables**

Description

• Easy to Read Digital Display
• Weighs in Pounds and Kilograms
• Oversized, tip-resistant tray
• Lock-in weight• Auto power off function
• Exceptionally sensitive and repeatable
• Fits in ZooPals standard table top drawer
• Operates on 4 “AA” batteries (included)
• Capacity: 44 lbs / 20 kg
• Graduation: 0.5 oz / 5 g < 10 kg > 10 g
• Dimensions (WxHxD): 25.1 x 4.1 x 11.8″ / 638 x 105 x 300 mm
• Dimensions/weighing platform (WxHxD): 23.4 x 2 x 10″ / 595 x 50 x 255 mm
• Weight: 6.2 lbs / 2.8 kg
• Power supply: batteries / power adapter optional
• Functions: TARE, BMIF, auto-HOLD, lbs/kg switch-over, automatic switch-off
• Optional: measuring rod seca 232, head and foot positioner seca 419, switch mode power adapter seca 400, carrying case seca 428

 

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