What is the difference between dynamic and static weighing of weighing machine?
The weighing machine is a weighing instrument for small, medium and large objects used in industry or trade. It adopts the electronic weighing device integrated with modern sensor technology, electronic technology and computer technology to meet and solve the "fast, accurate, continuous and automatic weighing requirements" put forward in real life, and effectively eliminate human errors, so as to make it more in line with legal measurement management and industrial production. Application requirements of production process control.
Nowadays, the combination of weighing equipment with production and sales has attracted the attention of all walks of life, and the market demand has gradually increased. Weighing methods of weighing equipment are divided into dynamic and static. What are the differences between the two methods? Let's get to know.
Dynamic weighing machine is a kind of complex equipment with high technical content, which is used to weigh objects quickly in the process of action without changing their motion state. Dynamic weighing is carried out in the state of motion. Its weighing accuracy is high and its weighing speed is fast, but its accuracy is slightly lower than that of static weighing. At present, the weighing accuracy of aoteng precision dynamic weighing scale is high in + - 0.1g.
Static weighing machine means that the weighing object is static relative to the measuring device, that is, the object is measured after it is stable. Static weighing is carried out in a static state, its weighing accuracy is higher, but the weighing speed is slower than dynamic weighing.
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