What Can You Customize on Your Scales and Dials?

Scales and DialsWhen you have products that require scales or dials on them, you won’t have to worry about not getting these to look the way you want them to since these can be customized. Whatever it is you need to integrate into your scales and dials, a manufacturer can do for you. All you need to do is to tell them what you need, what these are for, and what features these should have.

For custom scales and dials, here are some of the things that can be customized:

Units of measurement – you can choose what units of measurement are to be shown on these, which are dependent on where these scales or dials are to be used. Some of the more commonly requested units of measurement being added to custom dials or scales include those used for weight, for heat, and for speed. These are those that are used on weighing scales, on heat sensors, and on speedometers. These are just a few of the units of measurement that can be customized on scales and dials. Others you can choose from include pressure, humidity, and depth.

Colors – yes, you can customize the colors that you add to your scales and dials. Some people like keeping it simple, so they keep their dials white, but some like their dials to show certain levels to make people more aware of what is happening. So these dials can come with color zones that indicate when a dangerous level is being reached. Some of these can have two color areas, while others can have three, to indicate a low level, a median level, and a high level. Whether these are to indicate heat, pressure, or levels of fullness, the colors that you add to your gauges is up to you.

Number of scales – whether you want two or three units of measurement to run alongside each other is up to you, as long as these can be used in conjunction with one another. For example, if you want your gauges to carry both Fahrenheit and Celsius on them, you can request for this to be done to your dials.

Size – the size of your dials will also depend on where you will be using these, so you will be given either a choice of standard size options or you can choose a custom size for your dial. This is dependent on where these are to be used, although you should be aware that not all manufacturers can offer totally custom sizes for your needs.

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