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DETECTO’s New DM15 Frozen Yogurt Price Computing Scale

DM15_PR_1Ideal for retail frozen yogurt, ice cream, coffee beans, nuts, and confection stores, DETECTO’s new DM15 price computing scale features a unique 240-ounce capacity by 0.1-ounce accuracy (15 lb x 0.005 lb). The low-profile DM15 retail scale offers up to 99 easy-to-add PLUs for fast reference (14 direct quick keys and 85 indirect PLUs). The dual display for clerk and customer shows Weight, Unit Price, and Total Price on the front and rear backlit LCDs (up to six 0.5-in/13-mm high digits). The DM15_PR_2scale offers dual power sources in a rechargeable battery pack and a 110/120VAC 50/60 Hz adapter (both included) for reliable use at farmers markets, delis, bakeries, candy and coffee shops, convenience stores, produce markets, and hardware stores. Auto Shut-off, Sleep, and Backlight Off modes extend the retail scale’s battery life.

DM15_PR_4The NTEP legal-for-trade scale’s Pre-Pack key saves time by retaining the Unit Price and Tare for repetitive price computing, making the operator’s job even faster. Adjustable, nonskid feet and internal bubble level ensure steady and accurate weighing, plus a beep provides audible confirmation of key presses. The high-grade, molded polymer enclosure with color-coded sealed membrane keypad together with the lift-off, wash-down stainless steel platform make cleaning the ounces retail scale easy.

DM15_PR_3For more info:

203 East Daugherty St.
Webb City, MO 64870 USA
(800) 641-2008

DETECTO   •   Ph. (800) 641-2008   •   •   203 East Daugherty St., Webb City, MO 64870

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