- Lightweight with a carrying handle for mobile use
- Measuring and weighing can be done in a single step thanks to an optional length measuring rod
- Flat construction for easy storage in drawers
- Large, easy to read LCD display
- Wide range of functions: TARE, BMIF, Auto-HOLD and adjustable damping
The mobile baby scale with special damping system.
The easy-to transport seca 334 weighs only 6.2 lbs and requires surprisingly little space. The weighing tray has a generous and comfortable design for babies and toddlers. With the large, clear LCD figures and the practical carrying handle which can be used to hang the scale, makes daily weighing very easy. The Breast-Milk-Intake-Function shows the exact amount of milk the baby has consumed.
The seca 334 is available as a standard variety or optional with the seca 400.
Functions and Properties
- Automatic switch-off
- Mobile use
- lbs/kg switch-over
- Unit kg/lbs
- Net weight 6.2 lbs/2.8 kg
- Product width 25.1 inch/638 mm
- Product height 4.1 inch/105 mm
- Product depth 11.8 inch/300 mm
- Power supply Batteries/Optional power adapter
- Graduation 5 g < 10 kg > 10 g/0.2 oz < 22 lbs > 0.5 oz
- Capacity 20 kg/44 lbs
- Batteries, quantity and type 6 X AA
- Tray width 23.4 inch/595 mm
- Tray height 2.0 inch/50 mm
- Tray depth 10.0 inch
The baby’s elevated insulin production causes a region of the brain responsible for feelings of fullness to not completely develop. Consequently, the individual’s will face frequent hunger pangs throughout their life which increase their risk of diabetes and obesity. It’s difficult to diagnose fetal macrosomia in the womb because conclusions about the fetal’s weight cannot be made from an ultrasound image. To receive a more reliable diagnosis besides regular weight measurements, the mother’s girth and symphysis fundal height are essential.
- Today in many western industrialized countries, every tenth newborn suffers from fetal macrosomia.
- Indications of fetal macrosomia include a mother’s girth of more than 43 inches and a symphysis fundal height of more than 15 3/4 inches in the 40th week of pregnancy.