Baby hanging weighing scale

Baby hanging weighing scale

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A hanging baby weighing scale, also known as a hanging scale or spring scale, is a type of scale that is designed to weigh infants and babies. These scales are commonly used in hospitals, pediatric clinics, and homes to accurately measure a baby’s weight.

Here's how they work and some key features:

1. Hanging Mechanism: A hanging baby weighing scale typically consists of a lightweight, portable unit with a hook or cradle at the bottom where the baby can be securely placed. The scale is equipped with a spring mechanism or a load cell to measure the weight of the baby.

2. Tare Function: The “tare” function allows you to zero out the weight of any blanket or cloth that the baby may be wrapped in. This ensures that the scale measures the baby’s weight accurately.

3. Maximum Weight Capacity: These scales typically have a maximum weight capacity, often ranging from 10 to 50 pounds (4.5 to 22.7 kilograms), depending on the model.

4. Portability: Hanging baby weighing scales are usually lightweight and portable, making them easy to move and use in different locations.

5. Accuracy: High-quality hanging scales provide accurate and consistent measurements, which are crucial for monitoring a baby’s growth and health.


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