Kelba’s portable weighing solution


Kelba (Australia) Pty Ltd, one of Australia’s most trusted names in load cells and industrial weighing, has introduced its own portable high resolution bench scale.

Kelba’s KHX series portable bench scales are available in four capacities:

  • 3kg x 0.1g
  • 6kg x 0.2g
  • 15kg x 0.5g 
  • 30kg x 1g

Each scale comes standard with a 19mm LCD display with blue back lighting for easy viewing.

Other features include:

  • A simple three button operation
  • One by RS232 com port
  • Basic counting function
  • Full tare range
  • Height adjustable feet
  • Level bubble to ensure the scale is level to get the most accurate reading possible.

There are two power sources – AC mains power and DC6V4Ah internal rechargeable battery. The AC power supply is a straight 3 pin lead from the scale to the power point. There is no plug pack to break. 

A large 285mm x 240mm stainless steel platter offers users a bigger than normal platter size for a scale of this category.   

The overall maximum height of the scale is only 100mm, making its low profile easy to use and store.

Kelba’s KHX series is ideal for check weighing, product ingredients, small freight/postage or anywhere a high resolution weighing application is required.

Kelba (Australia) Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 9476 4544


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