Sartorius’ New Entris II

Posted on November 5, 2019

Sartorius’ new Entris II is the only balance in its class featuring isoCAL, LED touch technology and twelve built-in applications. With over forty different models, you’re certain to find one to meet exactly your weighing needs. This balance features the fastest stabilization time in its class using state-of-the-art weighing sensors, best repeatability with rectangular weighing pan, overload protection from its rugged design weighing up to a pre-set amount, and guaranteed reliability with the self-test “@start”. High chemical resistance is ensured using parts made from hard-wearing polybutylene terephthalate (PBT), stainless steel, and glass. The Entris II prevents cross contamination with wipe clean design and easy-to-remove parts and minimizes weighing errors caused by electrostatically charged samples using specially coated glass parts.

Key Features include the following:

  • Data output for dynamic weighing applications – configurable time interval for data output
  • Easily adapts to ambient conditions with just one click on the home screen
  • Offering a wide range of models
  • 12 built-in applications with GLP/GMP compliant printout/data output: weighing/dosing, counting, percentage weighing, mixing/net total, components/totalizing, animal weighing, calculation/free factor, density determination, statistics, peakhold, checkweighing, mass unit conversion, and underfloor weighing feature for bigger samples
  • Highest usable weighing chamber height for easy handling for even large containers (where applicable)
  • 8 built-in languages for international operation: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Polish
  • Future-proof USB Type C interface
  • Industry-proof RS232 9-pin interface
  • Backwards compatibility (by using RS232 port)
  • Password protection for secure operation protects the balance against unintentional changes

Contact us for more information regarding Sartorius, the new Entris II or any other products or services.

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