V301: Height Weight & Body Composition Analysis Scale

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  • 7 inches LCD touch screen
  • Ultrasonic height sensor with a deviation at ±0.1cm
  • Accurate load cell with a deviation at ±0.1kg
  • Automatic BMI calculation and display
  • Body composition analysis(Input gender & age)
  • Voice announcement
  • Languages: English, Arabic, French, Russian, Portugese, Italian, Thai.
  • Wheels under the base foot, easy to move
  • foldable body for easy tranportation

The first line is the date, time
Height in cm(can be converted to feet and inches)
Weight is kg(can be converted to lbs)
BMI: it is an index to reflect if you are normal or abnormal bodyweight, which equals to weight in kg is divided by square of height in cm.



Ideal weight: it recommends your ideal body weight
Standard weight: it reminds your normal weight range


Fat rate: is an amount of fat as a portion of your body weight
Fat mass: the body fat weight
Basal metabolism rate: Your daily burned calories, in other words, BMR is a daily minimum number of calories required for basic organ functions at rest, also called resting energy expenditure (REE) — is the number of calories that your body burns while it’s at rest within one day.


Water content: The ideal body water percentage for adult women fluctuates between 45 and 60%, while the ideal body water percentage for adult men is between 50 and 65% of the total body.
Skeletal muscle rate: Skeletal muscle plays an important role in the movement. For instance, bending the arm upward needs the bicep muscle to contract and the triceps to release.
Visceral fat level: A rating between 1 and 12 indicates that you have a healthy level of visceral fat, A rating above 13 indicates that you have an excessive level of visceral fat.
Bone mineral content: A measurement of bone mineral found in the human body. BMC is measured in kilograms (kg).
Extracellular fluid: Extracellular fluid (ECF) denotes all body fluid outside the cells of any multicellular organism
Intracellular fluid:  Intracellular fluid is the fluid that exists within the cells of multi-celled organisms. 
Total water: Human body is mostly water, varying from about 75 percent of body mass in infants to about 50–60 percent in adult men and women, to as low as 45 percent in people age over 60.  
Protein: Proteins are large molecules that our cells need to function smoothly. They consist of amino acids. The structure and function of our bodies depend on proteins. Excluding water and fat, the human body is made up almost entirely of protein. Protein is the main component of muscles, bones, organs, skin, and nails. 
Inorganic salt: The inorganic salts are important for the human body, as cells use them to transmit electrical impulses across their membranes and to other cells throughout the body. 


Body age: the body age is the healthy age of your body but not your real age on your identification card, you will be older body age if you don’t care about your daily health condition and not having healthy life habits, or you will be younger body age if you notice your health and live in a very healthy way in daily life.
Overall rating: A general healthy score based on your body composition analysis. Above 80 means you are healthy and need to keep good habits continually, if it is under 70, it means you need to notice your health condition and consult with a health expert or doctor for professional advice.

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