The Detecto 8432-CH Digital Pediatric Scale with Inclined Chair Seat
Infants readily accept the inclined seating of Detecto's digital pediatric scales. With a fun, plastic, shell-shaped seat that is easy to clean, pound and kilogram readings, and heavy-duty base and understructure, this battery-powered scale has a lot to offer. The inclined chair seat may be mounted in three different directions, depending upon user preference. The 750 LCD display features an easy-to-use keypad and extra-large display perfect for patient self-weighing and viewing by the attending nurse or physician. A quick and simple BMI calculator with a scrool feature to input height allows you the easy of BMI calculation when you require it. The durable design and easy-to-replace "AA" batteries makes the 750 perfect for all scales in clinics, hospitals, and physician offices. The 750 even recharges rechargeable "AA" batteries during usage.
- Compact ergonomic design
- Extra-large, 0.75" high easy to read LCD display
- Engineered for freedom of patient weighing
- Plastic, shell-shaped seat Nonskid pads
- Heavy steel base and precision lever system
- Heavy-duty, rust-resistant understructure
- Units conversion for LB or KG Weight Capacity or 44 lbs.
Display : 7"/18mm high-contrast LCD
Power : 6 "AA" size alkaline batteries or optional AC adapter
Dimensions: 20.25" H x 25" W x 22" D 8432-CH
Manufacturer Detecto / Cardinal Scale Unit of Measure (UOM) Each Shipping Method Ground Delivery Capacity 44 lbs. Includes Easy to clean shell-shaped seat; Auto-zero; Lock-release of weight; Auto shutoff; LCD display Model 8432-CH
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