374 Baby Scale - Seca

$279.00 - $499.00

The Seca 374 Digital Baby Scale with an extra large tray lets you weigh a seated toddler of up to 44 lbs, even if the child is fidgety. The adjustable damping function combined with the Auto-HOLD function ensures fast and precise work. Net weight of a diapered baby? Choose TARE. The amount of milk breast-fed to a baby? Use the BMIF (Breast-Milk-Intake-Function). Measuring and weighing in one step? Yes ‒ thanks to the optional measuring rod. Operate the scale from any location since it can be powered using batteries or by power adapter.


 Scale Features:

  • Capacity: 44 lbs
  • Dimensions: 24.4 x 7.5 x 14.1 inch
  • Graduation: 0.2 oz < 22 lbs > 0.5 oz (5 g < 10 kg > 10 g)
  • Net weight: 7.9 lbs
  • Uses 6 batteries, type AA
  • With Breast-Milk-Intake-Function (BMIF)
  • Adjustable damping
  • High-quality seca scale technology with fine 0.1-pound graduation
  • TARE, HOLD, Auto-HOLD and BMIF for extra convenience
  • Solid surfaces prevent liquid penetration, eliminating cross contamination
  • lbs/kg switch-over
  • Keypad tone
  • Auto-PRINT
  • Operates using 6 x AA batteries
  • Optional Measuring Rod Available
  • Optiona Power Adapter available



Switch-mode power adapter for baby scales seca 374 and seca 334 as well as for column and flat scales seca 703, seca 769, seca 634 and seca 869.


Measuring Rod:

The measuring rod seca 233 with integrated head and foot positioner turns the seca 374 into a complete measuring and weighing system. A single time-saving step for measuring and weighing is made possible by the easy assembly and effortless read-out of results. Note: The seca 233 measuring rod is only compatible with seca 374 models produced from 2010 on.

  • Measuring results are easy to read with enhanced color markings.
  • Includes head and foot positioners.
  • Durable measuring rod made of aluminum.
  • Scratch-resistant height rod made with a high-quality screen printing process.







Short Description:
Seca 374 Baby Scale with 44lb Capacity
Features Breast Milk Intake Function
Wireless Transmission to EMR Systems