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Old 10-09-2012, 08:52   #54
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Originally Posted by SJ 40 View Post
I came across this some time ago and found it informative on digital scales.
SJ 40

He made a very basic mistake in that post. The D-Terminator is measuring to .003 gram NOT .01 grams as he seems to think. Look at the response from CED below.

“The current D-Terminator electronic scale is measuring in gram and then convert the reading to grain. The error due to unit conversation will be within +-0.05 grain (equal to 0.003 gram)

No matter how, the error due to unit conversion will always be there. It is just a matter of which unit measure is more important for the application. “

Respectfully, Charles Hardy - CED
You need to be real careful reading this internet crap.

Ignore Text Size....posting from a phone.

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