The 6720U is a little larger than the 6710U, giving you a greater base for weighing larger products, such as boxes or large bags. At 12″ by 14″, the 6720U has a wide platter and sturdy weighing base. The scale is available with three capacities: a 15 lb capacity for delis or candy shops, and a 30 lb capacity for corner grocers or marketplace and a 60 lb capacity for office mail and shipping, or retailers looking to sell bulk products. To handle such heavy weights and repeated use, Brecknell used high quality components in the scale’s construction. A heavy duty cast aluminum X-shape support holds the scale secure, while the stainless steel platter is built to survive. The Brecknell 6720U scale gives any sell-by-weight retailer a sturdy and reliable method of reporting item weights during checkout. The 15 lb model provides additional precision, ideal when selling expensive products. All three scales can be modified to sell by “count,” taking the weight and converting it into a pre-calculated number of items.
Using USB, this POS point-of-sale interface scale is ideal for linking to a wide range of electronic cash registers, printers, tablets or to other POS integrated systems. Although very popular due to its POS USB plug and play connectivity, this scale has other time saving features making it ideal for other food prep or industrial kitchen applications. This scale has been designed to be simple to use with an easy to read LCD back lit display and an easy to clean 304 stainless steel weight platter. The hands-free touchless tare is ideal for recipe /portion control applications, with a built in photo eye that can easily be turned on to activate by hand movement in front of the display, to simple check-weighing to basic counting. All to help guarantee that all goods sold are to weight of quantity.
Weight: 13.7 lbs
Dimensions: 12.0"W x 13.9"D x 3.4"H
Frequently Asked Questions:
On some 6700 series scales, there is something called and optical sensor that is used to Tare the weight on the scale without actually having to touch it. The sensor has a sensitivity ranging from 0-8 and usually comes set to the default of 0, which turns off the sensor. If a unit does come with the sensor enabled, it can be disabled by performing the following steps:
Press and hold the On/Off AND HOLD keys for 3 seconds (“CONFIG”)
Press the UNIT button 1 time (“USER”)
Press the TARE button 1 time (“RESET”)
Press the UNIT button 7 times (“OTHER”)
Press the TARE button 1 time (“NLDRG”)
Press the UNIT button 6 times (“PHDRG”)
Press the TARE button 1 time (Numeric Value (0 – 8))
The number displayed should be the current sensitivity. Press the unit button until you reach the desired setting (0 being off)
Press the TARE button to accept the setting. (“PHDRG”)
Press On/Off 3 times and it should show a prompt with an Enter ?.
Press the TARE button and the scale with reset with the new settings.