I’m back to looking for a new scale to last me 4 or 5 years. I found a scale I am interested in from Vision Tech Shop and looked up their Manual online from another source and found one, but one of the charts confused me as I have limited knowledge of the terminology. Could you please help me? I need to work in ounces and either the TVD-30 or TVD-60 would work. The MAXIMUM Capacity in either 480 oz. or 960 oz. and that would work. The MINIMUM Capacity??? is either is listed here as 2 oz. or 4 oz. which has totally confused me. Does this mean that you put either a minimum of 2 oz. or 4 oz. before it can start actually weighing it? What is the smallest amount you can put on either scale to get a reading or does the scale actually start at zero?
Or is it the READABILITY that contains the numbers I need? Either 0.1 oz. or 0.2 oz. as a starting measurement? Or have I gotten it wrong and that is for this next purpose! If I weighed something and started with 1 oz. for the 60 scale, for instance it would only show a difference when the weight is increased by .2 ozs. such as 1.2oz. 1.4oz. 1.6 oz. 1.8oz. ? Is this what those numbers are for? If so, this is the problem that I have with my current scale especially when a formula contains 1.5oz. of a particular ingredient all I can get in weight is either 1.4 oz. or 1.6 oz..
I emailed the company with a question about there being a minimum number for weighing on either of those two scales and they didn’t answer it in the email but sent this as their answer!
I hope I have been clear about this and I hope you can help me! Thanks, David