While the Counterpart digital scale was designed for operator simplicity, it also provides the high-end features necessary for better inventory control and record keeping.
Online PR News – 11-May-2012 – Sanford, NC – Far more than just a weight indicator and a lot more than a counting scale, Counterpart® counting scales stand alone as a configurable parts counting indicator, capable of transforming virtually any scale platform into a clever piece counting device for components of just about every size and shape. Contrary to conventional counting scales, Counterpart uses Rice Lake's straightforward configuration and calibration technique to conform to the guidelines and resolution of virtually any attached scale platform from 4' x 4' floor scales, 12" x 12" bench scales or 2000 gram capacity laboratory balances. Counterpart likewise links with many barcode scanners, label printers, and inventory management computer software, which makes it potentially one of the most flexible pieces of equipment in virtually any physical inventory environment.
The Counterpart configurable counting indicator eliminates the equipment mastering process. End users basically follow the keys from left to right beginning with zero, tare, and sample. Look at weight, piece weight, product description and quantity all simultaneously. And a 10 piece standard sample will be all that Counterpart ever demands.
While Counterpart was created for user ease-of-use, in addition, it offers the high-end characteristics important for superior inventory management and documentation. Built in Ethernet enables link to a personal computer where WeighVault® computer software for Counterpart will take information storage and reporting functionality to brand new levels.
Counterpart can be acquired independently for operating one or more scale platforms, or together with a complete scale platform and indicator package deal.
Central Carolina Scale has been selling, repairing, and renting digital scales for over thirty years. The company is based in Sanford, North Carolina.