AD-1671 Anti-Vibration Table
For safe and correct usage, read through this manual thoroughly and fully understand the
contents before using the AD-1671 anti-vibration table. Incorrect usage or handling may
lead to an accident.
If you use an analytical balance in a room that may be exposed to vibration, we recommend
using the anti-vibration table.
Causes of vibrations: distant earthquakes, seasonal winds, storms, vehicles in motion, nearby
active motors, opening/closing of doors, passage of people, etc
A potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury, or property damage.
When installing the anti-vibration table, use caution as the table is heavy. To prevent
personal injury, take care not to drop the table or tip the table excessively.
To maintain the anti-vibration performance, place the anti-vibration table on the firm
surface and allow sufficient space around the table so that nothing touches the table.
Keep the center of gravity of the device loaded on the table at the center of the
anti-vibration table. A positioning error will cause the table to tilt
Do not drag the anti-vibration table. The rubber feet may come off
2. Precautions for the Device Loaded on the Table
When heavy material is placed on the balance, it may cause the balance to tilt, resulting in
a weighing error. Therefore, maintain the level of the balance during measurement,
including during loading and unloading.
Pressing the keys of the balance may tilt the table, causing a weighing error. To prevent this
type of error, use the AD-8922A remote controller. Place the controller beside the
3. Installing the Table
Select a firm, stable and level surface to install the table.
Allow sufficient space around the
table so that nothing touches the table.
Clean stains with a cloth moistened with a neutral detergent.
460 (W) x 400 (D) x 71 (H) mm
Table loading capacity
Approx. 40 kg
The table cannot completely eliminate all vibrations
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