Transfer Lift Scale Attachment
Auto-Zero Weight Module (Model Sr801)
The Auto-Zero Weight Module, model SR801, is a transfer lift scale attachment designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This self-contained, portable weight module converts Hoyer lift models C-HLA, P-HLA, E-C-HLA, P-C-HLA, and C-HLA-RB, or Invacare lift models from the 9800 and 9900 Series into a digital scale system. The scale has a five-digit liquid crystal display (LCD) that shows weight in either pounds or kilograms. POWER: Uses one 9-volt battery. DIM
Digital Scale (Model Bf 878)
The Digital Scale, model BF 878, is a transfer lift scale attachment designed to enable individuals with mobility disabilities to be weighed in a transfer lift. The compact self-contained scale attaches to the lift and provides a digital readout in pounds and kilograms. Calibrated to 0.1 percent in acuracy, this scale features automatic shutoff to conserve battery life. POWER: Uses one 9-volt lithium battery to provide approximately 3,000 readings. DIMENSIONS: 3 x 3 x 4 inches. CAPACITY: 400 pou
The Liko Scale is a scale attachment for transfer lifts designed for use with individuals with lower extemity, mobility, or severe physical disabilities, or lower extremity disabilities or lower extremity amputation. This electronic scale connects to the lift sling bar via a quick-disconnect mechanism. Features include a high visibility liquid crystal display (LCD) readout, and a variety of optional touchpad-accessible functions. CAPACITY: Up to 660 lbs.
Patient Lift Scale Attachment (Model 9033)
Scale attachment for patient lifter. Round dial.
Patient Lift Scale Attachment (Models Hls 1 & Hls 2)
Scale attaches to Hoyer patient lifter. Pounds or kilos available. 320 pound capacity. Chrome finish.
Surehands 5002 Mobile Lifter With Integrated Weighing Scale
The SureHands 5002 Mobile Lifter with Integrated Weighing Scale is a powered transfer lift designed for use by individuals with mobility, severe physical, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. This mobile lift allows users to be lifted and weighed in a one-step process. The scale is located on the control box. The lift is constructed of aluminum and has an adjustable base to allow use in narrow hallways or in transfers from wide wheelchairs. The unit has a lifting range from floor