The analytical balances are made for measuring the mass of the matter. The measuring capacity ranges from 100 g to 0.1 mg. The balance constitutes an electronic analytical scale which is enclosed within a glass chamber. The analytical scale works on the principle that it measures the force needed to counter the mass which is to be measured. There is a stability detector light at one corner of the balance display. After you put the matter to be weighed on the balance, close the glass door and watch for the stability indicating light to turn off. This balance weighs the mass at a precisely correct level. The user must use gloves to handle the mass, needed to be weighed in order to get 100% accuracy.