BabyWeigh™ Scale Details
- Product Description
For electronic measurement of baby''s weight just before and just after breastfeeding. The difference between these two weights equals breastmilk intake. Ideal for both professional and home use.
How do I adjust the scale display when all dashes are on the display?
You may have to recalibrate the scale. Refer to the Service Manual for calibration instructions. If that does not work then Hold down the Before Nursing Button while turning on the scale, F1 will blink on the display, hit the After Nursing button a couple of times until F4 is on the display then hit the Reweigh button, the program should read H60 0. If the display already reads H60 0 the scale needs to be returned to Medela for repair, the scale most likely has bad load cell. If the display does not read H60 0 you will need to reset the display program. Press the Before Nursing button until the H is displayed, use the Weight Entry button to adjust the display to 6, the After nursing button to change 0, and Reweigh button for blank space 0. Scale program is then reset. If you continue to have problems, call Medela Customer Service to obtain an RMA to return for repair.
If the weight reading is incorrect how do I adjust or recalibrate the BabyWeigh?
Follow recalibration technique using calibration weight found in BabyWeigh instructions. Using the calibration weight, check accuracy after each move. If weight is inaccurate after recalibration, scale should be returned to Medela for repair.
Why won't the weight lock in to the scale so that I can then feed and re-weigh?
You will not be able to lock in weight if the baby weighs less than 1.102 lbs (500 grams) or more than 24 lbs (12,000 grams). Many people try to test the unit before using it with a baby, but if they choose an object under 1.102 lbs (500 grams), the weight will not lock in to proceed.
What is the BabyWeigh scale?
The BabyWeigh scale calculates the amount of milk a baby consumes during breastfeeding, simply by weighing baby before and after the feeding.
What is a BabyWeigh calibration weight?
A 10 kg calibration weight, class F or better, is used to check the accuracy of the BabyChecker and BabyWeigh scales.
The BabyWeigh II scale requires two, 10 kg weights for calibration.
What is the best way to store scales inside of the carrying cases?
When in storage, do not put anything on the tray. Keep the unit in a cool, dustless and dry environment and remove batteries during extended storage.
How is the baby's weight displayed?
It's displayed in pounds and ounces or grams and can be switched between these during weighing process by sliding the switch on the lower right hand side of the scale.
What power sources does the BabyWeigh operate on?
Six "C" batteries run unit for approximately 1,000 hours or the scale can be powered by an AC adapter.
How long is the BabyWeigh scale warranty?
The warranty on the BabyWeigh Scale is one year.
What is the size and weight of the BabyWeigh?
Dimensions 7 1/2" H x 13" W x 22" L and actual unit weight is 10 pounds.
What is the voltage of the transformer for the BabyWeigh scale?
The Transformer for the BabyWeigh scale is 9 Volts DC.
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