IP ratings are typically identified with the nomenclature of “IP” followed two or three characters, for example: IP68 or IP69K. The first character after the IP identifies the level of protection against the ingress of solid foreign objects. The second character identifies the level of protection against moisture/liquids. The third character is a special identifier used to provide additional information related to the protection of the device. A detailed explanation of these codes can be found at IP Code – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Applications::Batching and Blending, Bulk Material Weighing, Check Weighing, Counting & Inventory Management, Explosion Proof/Intrinsically Safe Weighing, Gram and Milligram Weighing, Process Control Instruments, Scales with Data Acquisition & Export Ability, Shipping and Logistics, SOLAS Required Shipping Container Weighing, Tank, Hopper and Vessel Weighing, Wet Area/Heavy Washdown Scales