Electronic patient weighing scale MPS series
with mobile displayplatformwith BMI calculation

electronic patient weighing scale
electronic patient weighing scale
electronic patient weighing scale
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Display type
with mobile display
Other characteristics
with BMI calculation
Weighing capacity

200 kg (440.92 lb)


0.1 kg (0.2205 lb)


Personal floor scale MPS Professional personal floor scale with BMI function as well as EC type approval and approval for medical use for professional use in medical diagnostics Verification class III (Verification is optional) Approval for medical use according to 93/42/EEC Thanks to its compact dimensions and the good price/performance ratio, this range is ideally suited for use in treatment rooms in doctor‘s surgeries and hospitals Ergonomic display device with large numerical keypad and high-contrast LCD-display for easy entry and reading of patient data, such as, for example, the height for calculating the BMI Sturdy steel weighing plate with a non-slip and wear-resistant surface For easy and hygienic cleaning Secure and non-slip positioning with height-adjustable rubber feet Level indicator to level the balance precisely Dynamic weighing function that allows determination of a stable weighing value, ideal for restless patients Hold function: When patients do not stand completely still, a stable weight is calculated using an average weight and this is then “frozen”. This means that you have sufficient time to attend to the patient first and then take the weight reading in peace Intuitive operation using a keypad Kern scale verified to Class III and approved for medical use (93/42/EEC). The sturdy steel plate for weighing is wear resistant and non slip and the four adjustable rubber feet secure the unit from slipping. It’s hygienic and easy to clean.


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