Bass Fretboard Basics Essential Scales Theory Lines Fingerings Concepts

Bass Fretboard Basics Essential Scales, Theory, Bass Lines Fingerings Essential Concepts
Bass Fretboard Basics Essential Scales, Theory, Bass Lines Fingerings Essential Concepts

While most manufacturers construct their load sensors using aluminum or nickel plated steel, Arlyn scales construct their load sensors with a very durable stainless steel alloy. The use of this material helps to guard the scale against load sensor failure. This type of failure is one of the most common types of malfunction of digital scales. Weighing heavy loads that exceed a scale’s capacity can cause elastic deformation of the material. The load sensors can even be damaged when objects are dropped on the platform. Forklifts can shock the sensors by accidentally hitting the scales. Arlyn Scal

Industrial scales by Arlyn scales are unmatched. They achieve high-levels of accuracy, that many other industrial scales lack. For starters, Arlyn Scales uses a four-sensor design on their larger platform scales and floor scales. A load sensor is placed in each of the four corners of the scale’s platform dispersing the weight of the load evenly. This guarantees good accuracy, no matter where the load is placed.

These industrial scales are designed to be user-friendly. A large 1” high graphics digital display and swivel mount allows the scale operator to easily view the measurements from virtually any angle. Thanks to the pushbutton functions, users can operate the scale with just a push of the button. A keyboard tare provides the user with 450 memory locations and multiple unit conversions right at their fingertips.

To further advance the accuracy of their scales, Arlyn scales developed a line of scales with super sensitivity. Their ultra precision scales and high-resolution scales are incorporate unique Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) technology. With an accuracy of 0.005% and a display resolution up to 1 part in 400,000 these scales are exceptional. The internal resolution of these scales is up to 1 part in 2 million! This is about 20 times higher than that of the average electronic scale.