TW and TX Series Analytical Balances

Easy Operation and Wide-Ranging Functionality

TW/TX Series Balance

The TW and TX Series of analytical balances feature easy operation and added functionality. Included in the TW and TX Series are the TW, TWC, TX, and TXC models.

Main features include the UniBloc mass sensor, an easy-to-operate menu key, a power-saving function, multiple weighing functions, and sliding glass door windbreaks.

In addition, the TWC and TXC models include Carat measurement functionality and are specifically designed for weighing jewelry.

Specifications

TW and TX Model Analytical Balances

Model TW223L TW323L TW423L TX223L TX323L TX423L
Capacity 220 g 320 g 420 g 220 g 320 g 420 g
Minimum display 0.001 g
Repeatability
(standard deviation)
0.001 g
Linearity ±0.002 g
UniBloc weighing technology Included
Built-in calibration TW only
Menu operation key Included
Easy setting Included
Checkweighing Included
Piece counting Included
Formulation mode Included
Operating temperature range 5 to 40⁰C
Sensitivity stability against temperature range ±3 ppm/⁰C (10 to 30⁰C)
Pan size Approx. Dia. 110 mm
Body dimensions
W x D x H
Approx. 206 x 291 x 241 mm
Weight Approx. 4.2 kg Approx. 3.8 kg
Backlight display Included
Input/output terminal RS232

 

TWC and TXC Model Analytical Balances

Model TWC323L TWC623L TXC323L TXC623L
Capacity 320 ct 620 ct 320 ct 620 ct
Minimum display 0.001 ct
Repeatability
(standard deviation)
0.001 ct
Linearity ±0.002 ct
UniBloc weighing technology Included
Built-in calibration Included Not available
Menu operation key Included
Easy setting Included
Checkweighing Included
Piece counting Included
Formulation mode Included
Operating temperature range 5 to 40⁰C
Sensitivity stability against temperature range ±3 ppm/⁰C (10 to 30⁰C)
Pan size Approx. Dia. 80 mm
Body dimensions
W x D x H
Approx. 206 x 291 x 241 mm
Weight 3.8 kg
Backlight display Not available
Input/output terminal RS232

Installation Space (unit: mm)

TW/TX Series Balance Physical Dimensions

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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