|Item Weight||3.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.2 x 16 x 2.4 inches|
|Item model number||TIF9010A|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TIF9010A|
Robinair TIF9010A Slimline Refrigerant Electronic Charging/Recover Scale
|Price:||$132.32 & FREE Shipping|
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- Greatest resolution in the industry and no compromise on capacity this unit offers features and specs that you won't want to do without
- Greater performance reliability and usability
- Scale is compact in design completely portable with extreme accuracy
- Features include touch key controls auto zero three display modes very high resolution and a 110 Pound/50kg capacity
- Can be used with all refrigerants
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Top Customer Reviews
This scale has a 110 Lb capacity so can handle both 30 and 50 Lb cylinders with no problem. It has a zero set for tare and a selectable display that can be set for Lb/oz, Lbs or Kg. It comes with a decent blow molded hinged plastic case that the scale can either be left in or removed from and set directly on a hard surface. The scale operates on one 9V battery, which seems to last for months with regular use, at least as long as you remember to shut the scale off when you're done, since it doesn't have auto-shutoff. That's a good thing though, because you don't need to worry about the scale powering down after an idle period and loosing the displayed weights, since there's no memory recall that would likely be an issue. Some of my other scales have memory storage and a lot of other fancy features, but need a 9V as well as four AA batteries to operate, so it can get expensive when you have to replace them all every couple of months or so.
My scales tethered display has a modular jack on the side for an optional TIF9020 remote charging/recovery module, but since refrigerant meter/scales with this same feature built-in have been available for quite some time now, the 9020 remote module has been discontinued and out of production for several years.Read more ›
If you want to weigh in refrigerant charges this is the scale for you. Now that the price of refrigerant is going up it make sense to use a tool that will let you accurately measure freon you are putting in to a system.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
BEWARE! I purchased one of these several years ago and have only used it about 5 times for automotive 134a charging. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Rick D.
The scale I received will not read over 120 lbs, it says it's suppose to read up to 199. I will be contacting Robinair before returning. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer