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The Torrey PC40LT scale provides all the features of the PC40L scale (shown above), plus an elevated turret display. The PC40LT weighs up to 40 lbs. It's legal for trade and operates off AC wall current or built-in rechargeable battery. Battery life is 200 hours in normal use. This price computing scale has an auto power-off feature when operated on battery. The accuracy of this Torrey price computing scale is .01 lbs. Rugged stainless steel case with wipe-clean touchpad surface. Includes removable clear splash cover.The weight of the price computing scale itself is 16.8 lbs. Has port for connection to computer for data capture. Programmable for 100 price memories. We have many of these Torrey scales in the field and our customers have been very pleased with their performance and durability. NTEP ("Legal For Trade") certificate is available on request.
Dual Display: The PC40LT features displays on front (operator's side) of the cabinet and on the back of the turret. The front side of the turret provides a handy quick-reference recording display area for price lookup reference numbers.
Turret Arm Double Duty: The turret arm folds back for transport and storage. In its folded position, the turret arm also functions as a carry-handle.
Weighing Capacity: 40 lbs.
Accuracy: .01 lbs.
Dimensions of Platform: 13.9"W x 11.4"D
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