DETECTO’s New ProDoc® Body Fat Analysis Scales Provide Clinical-Grade Accuracy

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DETECTO’s new ProDoc® series body fat analysis scales are available in floor-level, low-profile with remote display or eye-level versions with digital or mechanical height rods and optional P50 printer.

DETECTO’s new ProDoc® series body fat analysis scales are available in floor-level, low-profile with remote display or eye-level versions with digital or mechanical height rods and optional P50 printer. DETECTO’s PD150/PD350 series offer medical-grade accuracy and durability built for long life spans in high-traffic clinical environments. These scales use the method of Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) to estimate: Body Fat, Body Water, Bone Mass, Muscle Mass Percentage, and they also calculate Body Mass Index.

DETECTO’s medical-grade body fat analysis scales feature AC or 6 AA battery power (batteries not included), high 550 lb / 250 kg capacity, accuracy to 0.1 lb / 50 g, wide-angle LCD viewing, available with eye-level convenience, 4 user memories with and recall function, USB and serial port connectivity for simultaneous printer and EMR/EHR output, Athlete mode, and available with digital or mechanical height rods.

Web Product Page:
http://www.detecto.com/bfascales.htm

About DETECTO Medical Scales
The largest medical scale manufacturer in the United States, DETECTO was founded in 1900 and has dealers in over 110 countries around the globe. Factory headquarters are located in Webb City, MO (USA), and the family-owned company employs a staff of 350 associates trained in manufacturing USA-made, high-quality weighing products. Providing medical-grade accuracy for over 110 years, DETECTO is ISO-9001:2008 certified in quality standards. DETECTO has been featured on the TV shows “How It’s Made” and “World’s Greatest!...” More information about DETECTO medical scales may be found at http://www.detecto.com.

Contact:
DETECTO
203 East Daugherty St.
Webb City, MO 64870 USA
(800) 641-2008
http://www.Detecto.com
detecto(at)cardet(dot)com

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