Operating Manual
Sartorius Signum®3 Ex
Model SIWXSBBP | SIWXSBBS | SIWXSDCP | SIWXSDCS Complete Scales
for Use in Explosive Atmospheres
98648-019-47
Contents
Contents
Contents ���������������������������������������������������� 2
Intended Use���������������������������������������������� 3
Warning and Safety Instructions������������ 4
Getting Started�����������������������������������������
Unpacking the Scale����������������������������������
Equipment Supplied����������������������������������
Installation��������������������������������������������������
Acclimatization�������������������������������������������
Installing the Display and Control Unit����
Connecting the Device to AC Power��������
Leveling the Weighing Platform���������������
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General View of the Equipment������������ 8
Display and Keypad����������������������������������� 8
Back Panel�������������������������������������������������� 8
Operating Concept����������������������������������� 9
Keypad�������������������������������������������������������� 9
Keypad Input���������������������������������������������� 9
Input Through the Digital Control Port�� 10
Display Modes������������������������������������������ 11
Measuring Range Display������������������������ 12
Saving Data in Weighing Mode�������������� 14
Operating Menu Navigation�������������������� 13
Error Codes����������������������������������������������� 14
Data Output���������������������������������������������� 14
Saving Data���������������������������������������������� 14
Configuration������������������������������������������ 15
Setting the Language������������������������������ 15
Configuring a Password��������������������������� 16
Operating Menu Overview����������������������� 17
Operation�������������������������������������������������
Basic Weighing Function�������������������������
Weighing W��������������������������������������������
Device Parameters������������������������������������
Tare Function in Weighing���������������������
Numeric Input for Weighing�������������������
Weighing with Variable Tare Values�������
Calibration and Adjustment��������������������
Legal Metrology���������������������������������������
Internal Adjustment���������������������������������
Setting / Deleting the Preload����������������
External Calibration���������������������������������
SQmin Function���������������������������������������
Individual ID Codes (Identifiers �������������
Combining Application Programs�����������
Counting���������������������������������������������������
Neutral Measurement������������������������������
Averaging��������������������������������������������������
Weighing in Percent��������������������������������
Checkweighing�����������������������������������������
Checkweighing Toward Zero�������������������
Classificatio ��������������������������������������������
Totalizing��������������������������������������������������
Net-total Formulation�����������������������������
Examples of Application
Combinations in Signum® 3�������������������
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Configuring Printouts����������������������������� 76
Configuring the Product Data Memory 78
Data Interface�����������������������������������������
Pin Assignment Chart������������������������������
Pin Assignments for COM1���������������������
Configuring the Data Interface
as a COM Interface����������������������������������
Data Input Format (Command)��������������
Data Output Format��������������������������������
Configuring the Data Interface
as a Printer Interface�������������������������������
Automatic Data Output (SBI)������������������
GMP-compliant Printouts�����������������������
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Error Codes���������������������������������������������� 86
Care and Maintenance��������������������������� 87
Disposal���������������������������������������������������� 87
Common Specification ��������������������������� 88
Signum® Model Designator��������������������� 88
Model-specific Specification ������������������ 89
Dimensions (Scale Drawings)������������������ 91
Accessories������������������������������������������������ 94
Declaration of Conformity���������������������� 97
Certificates������������������������������������������������ 98
Verification of intrinsic safety��������������� 103
Data output options������������������������������ 107
Power supply options���������������������������� 113
Safety Instruction����������������������������������� 114
FM/CSA Certificates������������������������������� 118
Control drawing������������������������������������� 121
General Password���������������������������������� 125
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Signum 3 Ex
Intended Use
Intended Use
Range of Models
Signum® 3 is a precise and rugged
complete scale that gives you reliable
weighing results.
Signum® Supreme
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SIWXSDCP models:
Monolithic weighing system
Resolutions up to 350,000d
The Signum® Series of compact scales
includes models with monolithic technology, using the principle of electromagnetic force compensation.
These compact industrial scales offer
the following special features:
– Rugged and durable Sartorius quality
– Flexible options for display unit installation
– Wide range of configuration options for
customized operation
– Variety of optional data interfaces
– Optional IP65 protection from dust and
jets of water ( SIWXS***-06: IP 43 )
– High quality workmanship and materials
– Various application programs
– Available in weighing capacities
between 0.6kg and 35kg;
choice of resolutions available for each
capacity
SIWXSBBP models:
Monolithic weighing system
Resolutions up to 620,000d
Signum® Supreme
featuring a stainless steel
housing
SIWXSDCS/SIWXSBBS models:
– Monolithic weighing system
– Resolutions up to 610,000d
Explanation of Symbols
The following symbols are used in the
text:
§ Denotes general operating instructions
$ special instructions for exceptional
cases
> Describes the outcome of an operating
step
!Indicates a hazard
Technical Advice on Applications/
Hotline
Phone: +49.40.67960444
Fax:
+49.40.67960474
E-mail:
technical.support.hh@sartorius.com
– Preload values can be defined (for
equipment installed on the scale)
– Display can be decoupled from the
weighing technology
– Use in potentially explosive atmospheres, zones 1 /21
( SIWXS***-06: Ex Zone 1 )
Additional features include:
– large keys with positive click action
– Numeric and alphabetic input
– Large backlit 14-segment display
Advantages in routine weighing tasks:
– Fast response times
– Independence from location of platform
installation
– Designation of weight values with up to
4 lines of alphanumeric text
– Security through password protection
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Warning and Safety Instructions
Warning and
Safety Instructions
Signum scales comply with the
European Council Directives as well
as international regulations and
standards for electrical equipment,
electromagnetic compatibility, and
the stipulated safety requirements.
§ Read these operating instructions
thoroughly before using your scale.
That way you will prevent damage to
the equipment.
!Please observe the safety instructions,
drawing 36953-750-16 [751-16 in the
English text] in the appendix of these
operating instructions!
!The display and control unit may
only be opened by authorized service
technicians who have been trained by
Sartorius and who follow Sartorius’
standard operating procedures for
maintenance and repair work.
!Make absolutely sure to unplug the
display and control unit from the
power supply before you connect or
disconnect any electronic peripheral
devices to or from the interface port.
!The requirements pertaining to
applicable installation regulations
must be followed when using
electrical equipment in systems
and environmental conditions with
increased safety requirements.
– Disconnecting the ground conductor
is prohibited
– Note on installation:
The operator shall be responsible
for any modifications to Sartorius
equipment and for any connections
of cables or equipment not supplied
by Sartorius and must check and, if
necessary, correct these modifications
and connections.
Information on operational quality is
available on request from Sartorius
(in line with norms pertaining to
immunity).
$ If there is visible damage to the
equipment or power cord, disconnect
the system from the power supply and
secure it against further use.
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Getting Started
– Connect only Sartorius accessories and
options, as these are optimally designed
for use with your Signum scale.
$ Do not unnecessarily expose the device
to aggressive chemical vapors or to
extreme temperatures, moisture, shocks,
or vibration.
– Clean your Signum scale only
in accordance with the cleaning
instructions (see “Care and
Maintenance”).
$ If you have any problems with your
Signum scale: Contact your local
Sartorius office, dealer or service center.
IP Protection:
– The IP43 (or optional IP65) protection
rating for the display and control unit
is ensured only if the rubber gasket
is installed and all connections are
fastened securely (including the caps
on unused sockets).
The system and equipment must be
installed and tested by a certified
technician.
– If you install an interface port after
setting up your Signum, keep the
protective cap(s) in a safe place to be
used for protecting the interface port
when not in use, or prior to shipment.
Do not leave the interface port
uncovered.
Please observe the safety instructions,
drawing 36953-750-16 in the appendix
of these operating instructions!
If you are not using a particular
connector, replace the cap to protect
the data interface from vapors, moisture
and dust or dirt.
Using the Equipment in Legal
Metrology:
– If the scale is to be verified, make sure
to observe the applicable regulations
regarding verification.
– If any of the verification seals are
damaged, make sure to observe the
national regulations and standards
applicable in your country in such
cases. In some countries, the equipment
must be re-verified.
Unpacking the Scale
§ After unpacking the equipment, please
check it immediately for any external
damage.
$ If you detect any damage, proceed as
directed in the chapter entitled “Care
and Maintenance" under “Safety
inspection."
$ Save the box and all parts of the
packaging for any future transport.
Unplug all connected cables before
packing the equipment.
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–
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Equipment Supplied
Complete scale
Operating instructions
Special accessories as listed on the bill
of delivery, if ordered
Installation
Choose a location that is not subject
to the following negative influences:
– Heat (heater or direct sunlight)
– Drafts from open windows and doors
– Extreme vibrations during weighing
– Extreme humidity
Acclimatization
Moisture in the air can condense on
cold surfaces whenever the equipment
is moved to a substantially warmer
place. Allow the device to acclimatize
for about 2 hours at room temperature,
leaving it unplugged from the power
supply.
Equipment Not In Use
Switch off the equipment when not in
use.
Getting Started
Getting Started
Installing the Display and Control Unit
The following options are available for installing the display and control unit:
(the pictures depict the SIW*DCP model)
§ Fastening the display and control unit to the weighing platform:
§ Guide the display and control unit onto the retainer bracket.
§ Level the weighing platform (see page 7).
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Attached to the weighing platform
On the YDH01P column: optional for the DCP model
On the YDH02P column: optional for the BBP model
On the YDH0xCWS column: optional for the DCS model
On the YDH02S column: optional for the BBS model
Operating the display and control unit separately:
§ Turn the weighing platform over and place it on a soft surface to avoid damaging the
weighing system.
§ Remove the display and control unit retainer bracket.
§ Take the cable out of the cable channel.
§ Turn the weighing platform right-side up and place it so that it rests on its feet.
§ Level the weighing platform (see page 7).
Installing the display and control unit on the YDH01P column:
§ Turn the weighing platform over and place it on a soft surface to avoid damaging the
weighing system.
§ Remove the display and control unit retainer bracket.
§ Take the cable out of the cable channel.
§ Use the four hexagonal screws provided (M4+8) to attach the column to the weighing
platform (back panel facing downward).
§ Turn the weighing platform right side up and place it so that it rests on its feet.
§ Loosen the two locking bolts at the top of the column to facilitate installation of the
display and control unit.
§ Use the three hexagonal screws (M4x8) to attach the display and control unit to the top
of the column.
§ Adjust the display and control unit to the desired angle and secure it there.
– This is done by tightening the locking bolts on the top of the column.
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Getting Started
§ A recessed space is provided in the scale base, accessed from the bottom of the scale,
for any excess length of cable (connecting cable between display and control unit and
weighing platform).
§ Guide the connecting cable along the channel on the bottom of the weighing platform.
§ Use the cable clamps provided to affix the cable that connects the display and control
unit to the weighing platform to the bottom of the column.
§ Turn the weighing platform right-side up and place it so that it rests on its feet.
§ Attach the cable retainer to affix the cable connecting the display and control unit to
weighing platform to the back of the column.
SIWXSBBS Installing the Display and Control Unit:
§ 1 Slide the bracket under the weighing platform
§ 2 Press up into the openings.
§ 3 Pull the bracket forward to lock into place.
1
3
2
§ Hang the display and control unit on the bracket
3
2
1
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§ Please observe the Verification of Intrinsic Safety, 36953-750-60 when connecting other
electrical equipment to the Signum 3.
Getting Started
Connecting the Device to AC Power
! Before startup, make sure that the power cable is properly connected to the power supply.
In particular, the protective conductor must be connected to the housing of the adapter.
Connect all devices via their equipotential bonding conductor terminals to the equipotential
bonding conductor. Installation must be carried out properly by trained personnel and
according to commonly accepted technical standards.
! The system should only be operated for the first time when it is certain that the area is not
potentially explosive. If deviations are evident during startup due to transport damage, the
system should be disconnected from the power supply and Service should be contacted
(no display, no backlighting despite weight value display, no reproducibility of the weight
value, no stability in the display, etc.)
! YPS02-X.. Pressure-enclosed Adapter:
– Both cables should be laid fixed
– Flexible cabling with screws available upon request
! Check the supply voltage/frequency and plug design.
– If they do not match: Contact your supplier
! Use only an original AC adapter:
– YPS02-Z.. or YPSC01-Z (for use outside of explosion-risk areas only)
– YPS02-X.. or YPSC01-X (for use inside explosion-risk areas)
! When operating a scale in an explosive area:
– Follow all current standards and regulations for the installation of devices in the explosive
area.
– Device installation in Zone 1 should be carried out by trained personnel and checked
properly.
! Connect devices to a central equipotential bonding conductor before operation:
Warm-up Time
$
Using a verified scale in legal metrology:
Make sure to allow the analyzer to warm up for at least 24 hours after initial connection to the
power supply.
Leveling the Weighing Platform
To deliver precise results, the scale must warm up for at least 30 minutes after initial
connection to the power supply. Only after this time will the scale have reached the required
operating temperature.
Purpose:
– To compensate for unevenness at the place of installation
– To ensure that the equipment is placed in a perfectly horizontal position for consistently
reproducible weighing results
Always level the weighing platform again any time after it has been moved to a different
location.
§
Level the weighing platform using the four leveling feet. Turn the feet until the air bubble is
centered in the level indicator.
§ Check to ensure that all leveling feet rest securely on the work surface.
> Each of the leveling feet must support an equal load.
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11 Speichertaste
12 Identifiertasten zur Eingabe
von Bedienerkennungen
General View of the Equipment
2
On
Standby
3
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15
14
Übernahmetaste
17
1Display
(Funktion
(for
details, anwendungsabhängig)
see the chapter entitled
“Operating
Concept")
18 Referenzwerttaste
(Funktion
2 On/Off
key anwendungsabhängig)
(Standby)
19
Taste
zum
3 Keys with noLöschen
function
(Funktion anwendungsabhängig)
4 Zero key
5 Tare key
12
11
8
6
7
BBP
21
7 Start calibration or adjustment
9Toggle unit between normal and
10-fold higher resolution
10View gross value (net value plus tare)
View net value (gross value minus
tare)
11 Product Data Memory
12 IDRückseite
key for entering the operator ID
DCP
20
6 Function key unit conversion
8 Print key (data output)
9
5
21
13
10
A
4
Mem
16 Umschalttaste
Display
andanwendungsabhängig)
Keypad
(Funktion
7
Signum 3
CF
15 Anzeige von Applikationen und
Tarahandwerten
8
17
18
19
Signum® 3
14 Umschalten Anwendungsprogramm /
Anwendungs spezifische
Informationen
10
A
4
20
21
13
keypad
20 Numerical
RS232C-Schnittstelle
»COM1«
(Standard)
14Toggle between application program
application-specific information
21 and
Netzkabelanschluss
15Display of applications and manual
tare values
16Toggle key
(function depends on application)
21
20
20
21
17OK key
(function depends on application)
18Reference value key
(function depends on application)
19Clear function key
(function depends on active
application)
BBS
DCS
Back Panel
20 RS-232C interface “COM1" (standard)
21 Power supply connection
21
20
8
21
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13 Alphanumerische Tastatur
20
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Operating Concept
Bedienkonzept
Tastatur
Operating
Concept
Die Bedienung von Signum 1,
Signum 3
®
Signum® 2 und Signum® 3 erfolgt mit
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wenigen® Tasten.
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Signum
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and
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Weise angezeigt:
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is displayed
for
den angezeigt.
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erscheint
wieder
2 seconds.
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returns
to
der previous
vorhergehende
in der Anzeige.
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werden unit
und
Configure
the display
and control
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werden.
first,
using the
operating menu
to setup
the desired application program (printer
Das Auswertegerät
zunächst
settings,
etc.). Thenmuss
you can
begin über
das
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für
die
gewünschte
Anwenweighing.
dung vorbereitet werden (Eingabe der
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der Messbetrieb beginnen.
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the scale:
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2 sec.
J – Prints GMP
Justieren
oder footer:
Kalibrieren starten
Press longer than 2 seconds.
DToggles to available application
2 Sek. drücken
– GMP-Fuß-Drucken:
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between
normal
and
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länger
als 2 Sek.
drücken
10-fold higher resolution
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between
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within
an application program
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R
a value
to the
product data
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zwischen
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be
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in the
new product
Nur Signum
3
O Übernimmt einen Wert oder startet
ein Anwendungsprogramm.
Nur Signum® 3
R Übernimmt einen Wert in den
Produktdatenspeicher
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Operating Concept
I Displays applications and manual
tare values:
Immediately closes information
display: I press and hold longer
than 2 seconds. The information is
displayed in succession.
c – Quits an application or deletes an
input character
0, 1, 2... 9, .
Enters numbers, letters and other
characters
Numeric Input Using the Keypad
§ Enter numbers (one digit at a time):
Press 0, 1, 2... 9
§ Saving Input:
press the corresponding key.
For example, press ) to save manual
tare input.
$ To delete a digit:
Press the c key
Loading a Tare Value from
the Weighing Platform
To save the weight on the weighing
platform as a tare weight: Press the
) key
10
Signum 3 Ex
Input Through the
Digital Control Port
You can connect a remote hand switch
or foot switch to the input control line
for use with all application programs.
Assign one of the following functions
to this switch in the Setup menu, under
Device parameters - Control input
(ctrl io):
CTRL IO
CTRL INP
8
8.4 Universal IN
…
…
…
CTRL OUT
For a detailed list of menu items, please see
the chapter entitled “Configuration.”
Bedienkonzept
Operating Concept
Anzeige / Display
Display Modes
Drucken
Drucken
aktiv
aktiv
Wägebereiche
Wägebereiche
der Waage
der Waage
Tarabelegung
Tarabelegung
Bargraph
Bargraph
Messwertzeile
Messwertzeile
Einheit
Einheit
Speicher
Speicher
Applikative Piktogramme
Applikative Piktogramme
Vorzeichen/
Vorzeichen/
Stillstand
Stillstand
–
operation
(weighing
– Normal
Darstellung
für den
normalenmode)
Betrieb
(Wägebetrieb)
– Unit operating state “Setup”
– (Configuration).
Gerätezustand »Setup«
(Voreinstellungen).
Weighing Mode: Display of
Measured
and
Values
Darstellung
derCalculated
Wägewerte
und
verrechnete Werte (Hauptanzeige)
Application, Printing and
Battery Symbols:
Piktogramme/Batteriesymbol:
The
application
symbol
indicates
the
Je nach
gewähltem
Programm
erscheint
selected
program, for example:
ein Piktogramm:
Z
application
ACounting
z.B. bei der
Applikation »Zählen«
P
S Printing
Ausdruckmode
aktivactive
p
printing mode
T GMP
GMP-Ausdruck
aktivactive
Bar
Das Graph
Batteriesymbol b zeigt den Ladezu The
barbeim
graph
showsmit
theeinem
percentage
of
stand
Betrieb
externen
the
weighing
platform’s
capacity
that
Akku an.
is “used up” by the load on the scale
(gross
value).
Bargraph
Der Bargraph zeigt an, wie viel Prozent
0%
Lower load limit
desWägebereichs
der aktiven Plattform
100%Upper
load limitGewicht genutzt
durch das aufgelegte
werden (Bruttobargraph).
0% untere Lastgrenze
100% obere Lastgrenze
Applikative Referenzen
Applikative Referenzen
(Nummernanzeige)
(Nummernanzeige)
Zählen:
Zählen:
Referenzoptimierung/
Referenzoptimierung/
Autom. Summieren
Autom. Summieren
Es gibt zwei grundsätzliche Display There
are two basic display modes:
Darstellungen:
Verrechnete
Verrechnete
Werte
Werte
BatterieBatteriebetrieb
betrieb
GMP-Protokoll
GMP-Protokoll
aktiv
aktiv
Datentransfer
Datentransfer
Im Kontrollwägen (verrechneter
The following symbols indicate tolerance
Bargraph) erscheinen folgende Symbole:
levels for checkweighing (calculated bar
graph):
Bargraph mit 10%-Marken
Bar graph showing 10%
Minimum »Kontrollwägen«
intervals
Sollwert »Kontrollwägen«
Minimum for
“checkweighing"
Maximum »Kontroll
wägen«
Target value for
“checkweighing"
Vorzeichen
Maximum for
S oder D für Wägewert oder verrech“checkweighing"
neten Wert,
U für Nullstellung oder bei tarierter
Wägeplattform (nur bei geeichten
Plus or Minus Sign
Modellen)
+ or - for weight value or calculated
value,
Messwertzeile
U when the weighing platform is
Darstellung der Wägewerte oder des verzeroed or tared (verified models only)
rechneten Werts durch Ziffern und
Buchstaben.
Line for Weight Values
This field shows weight values,
Einheit und Stillstand
calculated values and input characters.
Bei Stillstand der Waage werden die
Gewichtseinheit oder die Einheit für
Unit and Stability:
einen verrechneten Wert angezeigt.
When the weighing system reaches
stability, the weight unit or calculation
unit is displayed here.
Tarabelegung und verrechnete Werte
Bedeutung der Symbole:
Tare in Memory, Calculated Values
Verrechneter Wert (nicht
Meaning of Symbols:
bei eichpflichtigen
Anwendungen)
W
Calculated value (not valid in
legal-for-trade applications)
NET Nettowert (Bruttogewicht
minus Tara)
NETNet value (gross value minus tare)
a
B/G
Taraspeicherbelegung, verrechnete
Data
in Kennzeichnung
Tare Memory, Calculated
Values,
Werte,
der aktiven
Designation
of
the
Active
Weighing
Wägeplattform
Platform
pt Hinweis auf Tara-Handeingabe
ptIndicates
manual taring
for tare
(über Barcodeleser)
bei Tarainformation
Informationen
wp1
theaktiven
active Wägeplattform
weighing
wp1 Display
Anzeigeofder
platform
when
2
platforms
are
bei Anschluss von 2 Wägeplattconnected.
The symbol
to
formen. Anzeige
blinkt flashes
bei isoCalprompt
adjustment
of
the
weighing
Justieranforderung der Wägeplattplatform,
if the isoCAL function is
form
active.
Applikative Piktogramme
Application
Zur Eingabe Symbols
und Darstellung von Detailinput and display
detailed
For
informationen,
z.B. fürofdie
aktivierte
information;
Anwendung. e.g., for the selected
application.
Z
A
B
„Zählen“ / Neutrales Messen
Counting / Neutral measurement
L
„Prozentwägen“
Weighing in Percent
V
„Mittelwertbildung“ (Tierwägen)
Averaging (animal weighing)
O
„Kontrollwägen“
Checkweighing
„Klassieren“
Classificatio
V
H
W
L
M
„Kontrollieren gegen Null“
Checkweighing toward zero
s
Totalizing
„Summieren“
R
Net
total
„Netto-Total“
Bruttowert (Nettowert plus Tara)
B/GGross value (net value plus tare)
12
Signum 3 Ex
11
Operating Concept
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
8
9
19
18
Drucken
aktiv
10
Verrechnete
Wägebereiche
Werte
der Waage
Appl. 1
Appl. 2
Appl. 3
Tarabelegung
Batterie15 14 13
12
16
11
17 betrieb
Einheit
Display in Weighing Mode GMP-Protokoll11. Numeric display; e.g., showing
aktiv
reference value
The illustration above depicts all
of
theSpeicher
main display elements and symbols
Applikative Referenzen
12. Symbol indicating data transfer
that can be shown during weighing.
(Nummernanzeige) – Interface initialized
– Flashes during data transfer
1. Bar graph
Datentransfer
– Shows
the
percentage
of
the
mierung/
13. Product Data Memory symbol
weighing platform’s capacity that
mieren
is “used up” by the load on the
14. In legal metrology, on equipment with
scale (gross value), or
e = d, the digit shown
with a border
Im
– Kontrollwägen
Shows the weight
value
in
(verrechneter
Taraspeicherbelegung,
verrechnete
must
not be taken into
relationerscheinen
to a targetfolgende
value (with
the
Bargraph)
Symbole:
Werte,
Kennzeichnung
der account
aktiven
Checkweighing or Classification
Wägeplattform
15.
application)
Bargraph mit 10%-Marken
pt Auto/Opt
Hinweis auf Tara-Handeingabe
– Auto:
on bei
the Taraweight
(überDepending
Barcodeleser)
value, a reaction is triggered
2. Symbol for current
print»Kontrollwägen«
job
Minimum
Informationen
in the application
Automatic
–
optimization
has
3. Displays the active
range
on multipleSollwert
»Kontrollwägen«
wp1 Opt:
Anzeige
der aktiven
Wägeplattform
taken
place
for
the
Counting
range scales
bei Anschluss von 2 Wägeplattapplication
Maximum »Kontroll
formen.
Anzeige blinkt bei isoCal 4. No second weighing
platform
possible
wägen«
Justieranforderung der Wägeplatt16. Weight
form value or calculated value
(main display)
5. Weighing platform 1 only
Vorzeichen
17.
Application
symbols for the
6.SNet/Gross
value
on the oder
mainverrechdisplay
oder D für
Wägewert
Applikative
Piktogramme
applications:
(withWert,
tare in memory or preset tare)
neten
Zur Eingabe
und Darstellung von DetailU für Nullstellung oder bei tarierter
informationen, z.B. für die aktivierte
Anwendung.
Application 1:
7.Wägeplattform
Identifies the value
on geeichten
the main
(nur bei
display
as
calculated
(value
not
valid
Modellen)
Z
Counting
measurement
in legal metrology)
„Zählen“/ /Neutral
Neutrales
Messen
Messwertzeile
L Weighing
in Percent
8.Darstellung
Charge level
indication
of rechargeable
der
Wägewerte
oder des ver„Prozentwägen“
battery
not
active
rechneten Werts durch Ziffern und
V Averaging
(animal weighing)
Buchstaben.
(Rechargeable battery not integrated)
„Mittelwertbildung“
(Tierwägen)
A
B
V
9.Einheit
GMP-compliant
printing in progress
und Stillstand
Bei Stillstand der Waage werden die
10.Gewichtseinheit
Weight unit of oder
the value
displayed
die Einheit
für
einen verrechneten Wert angezeigt.
Tarabelegung und verrechnete Werte
Bedeutung der Symbole:
a
Verrechneter Wert (nicht
bei eichpflichtigen
Anwendungen)
NET
Nettowert (Bruttogewicht
minus Tara)
Signum 3 Ex
12
B/G
Bruttowert (Nettowert plus Tara)
H
W
O
Application
2: Checkweighing
„Kontrollwägen“
Classificatio
„Klassieren“
L
M
Checkweighing
zero;
„Kontrollierentoward
gegen Null“
Manually batching toward zero
„Summieren“
„Netto-Total“
Application 3:
s
Totalizing
R
Net total
Verified models only:
18. The zero-setting symbol is displayed
after the active scale or weighing
platform has been zeroed
19. Plus or minus sign of the value
displayed
20. Busy symbol indicates that an internal
process in progress
Saving Data in Weighing Mode
All of the application parameters saved
(e.g., reference values) remain in memory
and are still available after
– Signum® has been switched off and on
– you return to the originally selected
application from a second one (e.g.,
when you switch from Averaging back
to Counting, all parameters saved for
Counting are available)
Operating Concept
1
4
2
5
Setup Menu Display: Text Menu (Example)
Menu Operating Concept
6
7
3
4
Setup Menu Display: Numeric operating menu (example)
Alphanumeric Input in the Menu
The keys below the display are used to
navigate and make entries in the device
menu.
Numeric input in the Signum
operating menu®
Enter values (date and time, etc.)
using the 10-key numeric keypad
Opening the Menu
Menu Display
Press the e key to switch the device off
and then on again; while all segments are
displayed, press the ) key briefl .
The illustration above depicts all of the
main display elements and symbols that
can be shown in the Setup menu.
(– Press briefly
Navigating the Menu
Activate character to the left of
the currently active character
(when first character is active: exit
the input mode without saving
changes)
–Press longer than 2 seconds: Exit
the input mode without saving
changes
)– Press briefly
(Exit the active submenu and return
to the next higher menu level (back).
)– Press briefly:
Select and save a menu item.
– Press longer than 2 seconds:
exit the menu.
kShow the next item on the same
menu level (the display scrolls
through all items in series).
k– Cursor in first position, no
pPrint the menu settings starting
from the current position, or print
Info data.
Confirm currently active character
and move 1 position to the right
(after the last character: save
input)
– Press longer than 2 seconds:
Save current input and display
the menu item
characters entered yet:
Delete character(s) and enter 0
– Change the displayed character;
scroll backwards (sequence:
0 ... 9, decimal point, minus sign,
Z _ A, space)
1 Selected menu item at text level
(e.g. printer for setting the connected
printer)
2 Note that other submenus are available
3 Currently active setting
4 Menu history (note at highest menu
level in the Setup menu)
5 First level in the Setup menu
6 Second level in the Setup menu
7 Third level in the Setup menu
Saving Menu Settings
The parameters selected in the
operating menu remain saved after
you switch off the Signum®.
You can block access to Setup in the
device menu by assigning a password.
This will prevent unauthorized changes
to selected menu parameters.
p– Cursor in first position, no
characters entered yet: Delete
character(s) and enter a space
– Change the displayed character;
scroll backwards (sequence: space,
A _ Z, minus sign, decimal point,
9 _ 0 )
Signum 3 Ex
13
Operating Concept
Error Messages
Data Output
Saving Data
– If a key is inactive, “-------” and|or
“No function” is displayed briefly
(2 sec.)
Printer
You can connect a strip or label printer to
Signum® 3. You can have printouts output
at the press of a key or automatically.
Printout formats are user-definabl . You
can also configure separate summarized
printouts, and print a list of the active
menu settings. See section “Configuring
Printouts”.
Signum® 3 saves all application parameters
(e.g. reference values) when the device
is turned off or you switch between
application programs. You can assign a
password to prevent unauthorized users
from changing settings in the “Device
parameters” menu under:
Digital Input/Output Interface
+ Optional I/O
see “Configuration”
– Temporary errors are displayed for
2 seconds in the weight value/result
line via an error code (e.g., Inf 09);
fatal errors (e.g., Err 101) are displayed
continuously until “Reset" is used.
Error codes are described in detail under
“Error Codes”.
The digital input/output interface is
supported by the “Checkweighing" and
“Classification" application programs.
Checkweighing
The output device has a number of
control functions. Four data outputs
transfer signals for “less than,” “equal
to,” “greater” and “set.” You can define
whether the outputs are always active or
are activated only at stability, only within
the checkweighing range, only within
the checkweighing range at stability,
or switched off.
Classification
Four data outputs transfer information on
the class of the load (Class 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5)
and indicate when the minimum load is
exceeded (Set).
You can define whether the outputs are
always active, activated only at stability,
or off. See “Application: Classification” in
the enclosed “Basic Application Programs”
manual for details.
Communication Interface
You can define a number of parameters
for this SBI interface (print command,
time-dependent autoprint, ID codes).
See section “Data Interface”.
14
Signum 3 Ex
setup
u-code
Configuration
Configuration
Language Settings
You can configure the device by
selecting parameters in the Setup menu.
These are divided into the following
groups (first menu level):
– Application parameters
– Fn key function
– Device parameters
– Device-specific information “Info”
– Language
Example: Selecting “US Mode" for the language
When used in legal metrology, not all
parameters can be accessed.
Factory-set parameters are identified by
an “*” in the operating menu list.
e
Turn on the device
)
While all segments are lit, press the
) key
The first item in the main menu is shown
APPL
You can choose from five languages for
the display of information:
kSwitch to the LANG menu item (press k
–
–
–
–
–
–
)Select LANG to open the submenu for
German
English (factory setting)
English with U.S. date/time
French
Italian
Spanish
Printing parameter settings:
§ Press the p key in Setup
Scope of printout:
Depends on the position in Setup
repeatedly until LANG is shown)
setting the language
The currently active language is shown
k
Switch to the US MODE menu item (press
k repeatedly until US MODE is displayed)
)
Save the menu item
(Exit this menu level and configure other
settings as desired, or
) Press and hold to exit the menu
Signum 3 Ex
15
Configuration
Protecting Setup With a User Password
Example:Assign a password to protect the application program settings APPL and the device parameters SETUP from unauthorized changes
(in this example,: AB2)
e
1.) Switch on Signum®
)
2.)While all segments are lit,
press the ) key
p, p, p
)
9.)Enter the second character
using the p and k keys
(in this example: B)
10.)Save the character
The first item in the main
menu is shown: APPL
k
3)Select the SETUP menu item
(press the k key repeatedly
until SETUP is displayed)
)
4.)Select the SETUP device
parameter
k
5.)Select the CODE menu item
(press k repeatedly until
U-CODE is displayed)
k, k, k,
)
(
)
)
12.)Confirm the password
13.)Exit this menu level and
configure other settings as
desired, or
14.)Exit menu, press and hold
the ) key
6.)Select the menu item
user password
p, p
)
16
11.)Enter the third character
using the p and k keys
(in this example: 2)
7.)Enter the first character
using the p and k keys
(in this example: A)
8.) Save the character
Signum 3 Ex
To delete a password:
Overwrite the old password with
the new password, or enter a
space as the password and press
the ) key to confir
Datentransfer
Configuration
wägen (verrechneter
erscheinen folgende Symbole:
Bargraph mit 10%-Marken
Minimum »Kontrollwägen«
Taraspeicherbelegung, verrechnete
Werte, Kennzeichnung der aktiven
Wägeplattform
pt Hinweis auf Tara-Handeingabe
(über Barcodeleser) bei TaraInformationen
Operating Menu Overview
Sollwert »Kontrollwägen«
wp1 Anzeige der aktiven Wägeplattform
Anschluss von 2 WägeplattIn the Setup menu, you canbei
configure
Menu levels are identified by texts, and numeric codes identify the individual settings.
Maximum »Kontroll
the display and control unitformen.
to meetAnzeige
your blinkt bei isoCalwägen«
Justieranforderung
der Wägeplattindividual requirements. User
data can be
formselected.
entered and pre-set parameters
1st
Level ür Wägewert oder
verrech Display
,
ullstellung oder bei tarierter
orm (nur bei geeichten
Menu
appl
eile
der Wägewerte
oder des ver
Werts durch Ziffern und
n.
d Stillstand nd der Waage werden die
für
nheit oder die Einheit
chneten Wert angezeigt.
ng und verrechnete
Werte
der Symbole:
Fn-key
echneter Wert (nicht
ichpflichtigen
endungen) owert (Bruttogewicht
us Tara)
2nd Level Piktogramme Meaning
Applikative
Display
Zur
Eingabe und Darstellung von Detailinformationen, z.B. für die aktivierte
Anwendung.
A
W
B
Z
Select and configure application programs
„Zählen“ / Neutrales Messen
/ weigh.
Basic weighing function
„Prozentwägen“
/ count.
Counting application
Z nm
/ neutr.m
Neutral measurement
V
„Mittelwertbildung“
(Tierwägen)
V anim.wg
H
O check.wg
W class.
/
/
„Kontrollwägen“
/ „Klassieren“
Averaging (animal weighing)
Checkweighing
Classification:
L / perc.wg
Weighing in percent
„Kontrollieren gegen Null“
R / net tot
Net-total formulation
s totaliz
L
M
/
„Summieren“
Totalizing
„Netto-Total“
Define the function of the k key
off
No function
2.unit
Display 2nd Unit
sqmin
Display the minimum permissible sample quantity1)
towert (Nettowert plus Tara)
Customizing Signum® to user requirements
wp-1
com1 Settings for the RS232, RS485, RS422 interfaces
ctrl in Function setting for universal input (control line)
prtprot
Printout settings
utilit Additional function settings
time
Time settings
Date Date settings
u-code User password to protect settings
sqmin
User:
– Display
– Include SQmin in GMP printout
clr.leg.s Clear alibi memory (only in service mode)
leg.s.per
Alibi memory retention period
Setup
Info
Lang
deutsch
english
us mode
franc
ital
espanol
Display device-specific information (service date, serial number, etc.)
Language selection for calibration, adjustment and GMP printouts
German
English
English with U.S. date|time
French
Italian
Spanish
1
) Only active when minimum sample quantity has been entered by Service and menu item: SQMIN: DISPLAY: ON
Signum 3 Ex
17
Configuration
Operating Menu
* Factory setting
Menu
appl
appl1
W / weigh.
/ count
Application programs
Basic Weighing Function
Z
.
3.6.
3.6.1*
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.6.4
3.6.5
3.6.6
3.6.7
3.6.8
3.6.9
3.6.10
Counting
Minimum load for initialization
1 digit
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
3.9.
3.9.1*
3.9.2
3.9.3
3.9.4
Resolution for calculation of reference value
Display accuracy
Display accuracy + 1 decimal place
Display accuracy + 2 decimal places
Internal resolution
3.11. 3.11.1*
3.11.2
Parameter for saving weight values
With stability
With increased stability
3.12.
3.12.1
3.12.3*
Average piece weight updating
Off
Automatic
18
Signum 3 Ex
Configuration
appl
appl 1
Znm / neutr.m
Neutral measurement
3.6.
Minimum load for initialization
Numeric menu similar to Counting
3.9. 3.9.1*
3.9.2
3.9.3
3.9.4
Reference value calculation resolution
Display accuracy
Display accuracy + 1 decimal place
Display accuracy + 2 decimal places
Internal resolution
3.10. 3.10.1*
3.10.2
3.10.3
3.10.4
Decimal places in displayed result
None
1 decimal place
2 decimal places
3 decimal places
3.11. 3.11.1*
3.11.2
Parameter for saving weight values
With stability
With increased stability
V / anim.wg Averaging (animal weighing)
3.6.
Minimum load threshold for automatic start
Numeric menu similar to Counting
3.18. 3.18.1*
3.18.2
Start of averaging
Manually
Automatic
3.19. 3.19.1
3.19.2
3.19.3
3.19.4
3.19.5
3.19.6
3.19.7
3.19.8
3.19.9
3.19.10
Animal activity
0.1% of animal/object
0.2% of animal/object
0.5% of animal/object
1% of animal/object
2% of animal/object
5% of animal/object
10% of animal/object
20% of animal/object
50% of animal/object
100% of animal/object
3.20. 3.20.1*
3.20.2
Results printout
Manually
Automatic
3.21. 3.21.1*
3.21.2
Static display of result after load removed
Display is fixed until unload threshold reached
Fixed display until the c key is pressed
Signum 3 Ex
19
Configuration
appl
appl 1
L / perc.wg
Weighing in percent
3.6.
Minimum load for initialization
Numeric menu similar to Counting
3.9. 3.9.1*
3.9.2
3.9.3
3.9.4
Reference value calculation resolution
Display accuracy
Display accuracy + 1 decimal place
Display accuracy + 2 decimal places
Internal resolution
3.10. 3.10.1*
3.10.2
3.10.3
3.10.4
Decimal places in displayed result
None
1 decimal place
2 decimal places
3 decimal places
3.11. 3.11.1*
3.11.2
Parameter for saving weight values
With stability
With increased stability
3.15.
3.15.1 *
3.15.2
Display of calculated values
Residue
Loss
appl 2
O / check.wg Checkweighing
4. 2. 4.2.1*
4.2.2
Checkweighing range
30 to 170%
10% to infinity
4. 3. 4.3.1*
4.3.2
Control output for SET as:
Output “SET"
Process control systems ready to operate
4. 4. 4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4*
4.4.5
4. 5. 4.5.1 *
4.5.2*
Activation of outputs
Off
Always on
On at stability
On within checkweighing range
On at stability within checkweighing range
4. 6. 4.6.1*
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
Automatic printing
Off
On
Only values within tolerance
Only values outside tolerance
4. 7.
4.7.1*
4.7.2
Checkweighing toward zero
Off
On
20
Signum 3 Ex
Parameter input
Min., max., target value
Only target value with percent limits
form
Vorzeichen
oder D für Wägewert oder verrechneten Wert,
U für Nullstellung oder bei tarierter
Wägeplattform (nur bei geeichten
Modellen)
S
Messwertzeile
Darstellung der Wägewerte oder des verrechneten Werts durch Ziffern und
Buchstaben.
appl
Einheit und Stillstand
Bei Stillstand der
werden
die 2
Waage
appl
Gewichtseinheit
oder die Einheit für
einen verrechneten Wert angezeigt.
Applikative Piktogramme
Zur Eingabe und Darstellung von Detailinformationen, z.B. für die aktivierte
Anwendung.
A
B
V
H
W
Configuration
„Zählen“ / Neutrales Messen
„Prozentwägen“
„Mittelwertbildung“ (Tierwägen)
„Kontrollwägen“
„Klassieren“
/ class.
Classification
„Kontrollieren gegen Null“
L
M
Tarabelegung und verrechnete Werte
3.6.
Minimum load for initialization
„Summieren“
Numeric menu similar to Counting
Bedeutung der Symbole:
a
Verrechneter
Wert (nicht
bei eichpflichtigen
Anwendungen)
NET
Nettowert
(Bruttogewicht
minus Tara)
B/G
Bruttowert
(Nettowert plus Tara)
„Netto-Total“
4.3. 4.3.1*
4.3.2
4.7. 4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3*
4. 8. 4.8.1*
4.8.2
4. 9. 4.9.1*
4.9.2
4.10. 4.10.1*
4.10.2
Control output for SET as:
Output “SET"
Process control systems ready to operate
Activation of outputs
Off
Always on
On at stability
Number of classes
3 classes
5 classes
Parameter input
Weight values
Percentage values
Automatic printing
Off
On
Off
appl 3
net tot
Net total (2nd tare memory)
3.6.
Minimum load for initialization
Numeric menu similar to Counting
3.17. 3.17.1
3.17.2*
3.17.3*
Individual/Component printout when saved
Automatic printing off
Print the entire standard print configuration every time with the O key
Print the entire standard print configuration once with the O key
Signum 3 Ex
21
Configuration
totaliz
Totalizing
3.6.
Minimum load for initialization
Numeric menu similar to Counting
3.16. 3.16.1*
3.16.2
3.17. 3.17.1
3.17.2 * 3.22.
3.22.1*
3.22.2
3.23.
3.23.1*
3.23.2
3.23.3
Autosave mode
Off
On
Individual/Component printout when saved
Automatic printing off
Individual printout of an item with the O key
Source of values for data saved automatically
Application 1
Application 2
Saved value
Net
Calculated
Net and Calculated
SETUP
ctrl io
22
22
Off
8.4.
Signum 3 Ex
8.4.1*
8.4.2
8.4.3
8.4.4
8.4.5
8.4.6
8.4.7
8.4.8
8.4.9
8.4.10
8.4.11
8.4.12
8.4.13
Function for external key (universal)
Trigger p key function
Trigger p key function (press and hold)
Trigger ) key function
Trigger 0 key function
Trigger k key function
Trigger n key function
Trigger O key function
Combined zero/tare function
Trigger ( key function
Trigger e key function
Trigger c key function
Trigger l key function
Trigger D key function
Configuration
appl
a.tare
3. 7. 3.7.1* Off
3.7.2 On
m.weigh
3. 5.
3.5.1* 1 digit
3.5.2 2 digits
3.5.3 5 digits
3.5.4 10 digits
3.5.5 20 digits
3.5.6 50 digits
3.5.7 100 digits
3.5.8 200 digits
3.5.9 500 digits
3.6.101000 digits
Automatic taring: 1st weight tared
Minimum load for automatic taring and automatic printing
a.start
3.8.Automatic start of applications when you switch on the device with most recently
saved application data
3.8.1
Automatic (On)
3.8.2 *
Manual (Off)
sel.cf
3.24.
3.24.1 *
3.24.2
Selective deleting with the c key
Deletes all applications
Deletes only selected applications
Tare-f.
3.25.
Tare function
3.25.1Can add a preset tare if tare value is available; however no tare function possible
3.25.2
When a preset tare is entered, the tare value is deleted;
however, tare function activation is possible
def.app
9.1. 9.1.1
9.1.2 *
Factory settings for all application programs
Yes
No
Signum 3 Ex
23
23
Configuration
fn-key
Key assignment k
OFF *
k key
2nd unit
Display the 2nd unit
sqmin
Display the minimum permissible sample quantity 3)
Setup
wp-11 Device Parameters
A password prompt is displayed if a password is configured
Weighing platform 1
1.1. 1.1.1
1.1.2 *
1.1.3
1.1.4
Adapting the scale to ambient conditions (filter adjustment)
Very stable
Stable
Unstable
Very unstable
1.2. 1.2.1 *
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
Application filter
Final readout
Filling mode
Low filterin
Without filterin
1.3. 1.3.1
1.3.2 4)
1.3.3
1.3.4 *
1.3.5
1.3.6
Stability range
4 digit
1 digit
1 digit 1)
2 digits 1)
4 digits 1)
8 digits 1)
1.4. 1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4
1.5. 1.5.1
1.5.2 *
Stability delay
Without delay
Short delay
Average delay
Long delay
1.6. 1.6.1
1.6.2
Autozero
On
Off
1.7. 1.7.1
1.7.2 *
1.7.3
1.7.4
1.7.5
1.7.6
1.7.7
1.7.8
1.7.9
1.7.10
1.7.11
1.7.12
1.7.14
1.7.15
1.7.16
1.7.17
1.7.18
1.7.19
1.7.20
1.7.21
1.7.22
Weight unit 1 2)
Gram / o 1)
Gram /g
Kilogram /kg
Carat /ct 1)
Pound /lb 1)
Ounces /oz 1)
Troy ounces /ozt 1)
Tael Hongkong /tlh 1)
Tael Singapur /tls 1)
Tael Taiwan /tlt 1)
Grain /GN 1)
Pennyweight /dwt 1)
Parts per Pound //lb 1)
Tael China /tlc 1)
Momme /mom 1)
Austrian carats /K 1)
Tola /tol 1)
Baht /bat 1)
Mesghal /MS 1)
Tons /t 1)
Pound: Ounces 1)
1.8.
1.8.1 *
1.8.2
1.8.14
1.8.15
1.8.16
Display accuracy 1 1)
All digits
Reduced by 1 decimal place for load change
10-fold increased resolution
Increase resolution by 2 scale intervals
Increase resolution by 1 scale interval
(Display designation of this menu level: 1 )
Taring 1)
Without stability
After stability
1) = Not available on equipment verified for use in legal metrology
3) = Only active when minimum sample quantity has been entered by Service and menu item: SQMIN:DISPLAY:ON
4) = Factory setting for use in legal metrology
24
Signum 3 Ex
Configuration
Setup
wp-1 1
1.9.
1.9.1 *
1.9.3
1.9.4
1.9.8
1.9.9
1.9.10
Calibration and Adjustment
Ext. calibration/adjustment; default weight
External calibration/adjustment; weight can be selected under menu item 1.18.1
Internal adjustment (models with built-in motorized calibration weight only)
Set preload
Clear preload
J key locked
1.10. 1.10.1
1.10.2 *
Calibration/Adjustment sequence
Calibration with automatic adjustment
Cal. then manually adjust
1.11. 1.11.1
1.11.2 *
Zeroing range
1 percent/max. cap.
2 percent/max. cap.
1.12. 1.12.1 *
1.12.2
1.12.3 *
Initial zero point range
Factory setting (depending on the model type)
2 percent/max. cap.
5 percent/max. cap.
1.13. 1.13.1 *
1.13.2
1.133
Tare/zero at power on:
On
Off, load previous tare values
Only zero at power on
1.15. 1.15.1*Off
1.15.2
Adjustment prompt for connected IS weighing platform
1.16. 1.16.1 *
1.16.2 2)
External adjustment 1)
Activated
Blocked
1.17. 1.17.1 *
1.17.2 1.17.4 1) Calibration weight unit 3)
Gram
Kilogram
Pound
1.18. 1.18.1
Entering adjustment weight
External user adjustment weight (enter value, e.g.: 10,000 kg)
3. 1. 3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3 *
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6
3.1.7
3.1.8
3.1.9
3.1.10
3.1.11
3.1.12
3.1.14
3.1.15
3.1.16
3.1.17
3.1.18
3.1.19
3.1.20
3.1.21
3.1.22
Weight unit 2 3)
Gram / o 1)
Gram /g
Kilogram /kg
Carat /ct 1)
Pound /lb 1)
Ounces /oz 1)
Troy ounces /ozt 1)
Tael Hongkong /tlh 1)
Tael Singapur /tls 1)
Tael Taiwan /tlt 1)
Grain /GN 1)
Pennyweight /dwt 1)
Parts per Pound //lb 1)
Tael China /tlc 1)
Momme /mom 1)
Austrian carats /K 1)
Tola /tol 1)
Baht /bat 1)
Mesghal /MS 1)
Tons /t 1)
Pound: Ounces 1)
3.2.
3.2.1 *
3.2.2
3.2.14
3.2.15
3.2.16
Display accuracy 21)
All digits
Reduced by 1 decimal place for load change
10-fold increased resolution
Increase resolution by 2 scale intervals
Increase resolution by 1 scale interval
3.3.
Weight unit 33): Parameters, see 3.1 “Weight unit 2”
3.4.
Display accuracy 31): Parameters, see 3.2 “Display accuracy 2”
9.1.
9.1.1
9.1.2 *
Adjustment prompt W flashes on the display
Restore factory settings in WP1 numeric menu
Yes
No
1)
= Not available on instruments verified for use in legal metrology 2) = Factory setting on instrument verified for use in legal metrology 3) = Menu depends on weighing platform
model
Signum 3 Ex
25
Configuration
Setup
Interface
Com1 2
off* 1
(Display designation of this menu level: 2)
Off
datProt sbi *(For RS232 or RS422 )
Data printout
SBI standard version
5.1. 5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4 *
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
5.1.8
Baud rate
150 Baud
300 Baud
600 Baud
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
19200 Baud
5.2. 5.2.2
5.2.3 *
5.2.4
5.2.5
Parity
Space 2)
Odd
Even
None 3)
5.3. 5.3.1 *
5.3.2
Number of stop bits
1 stop bit
2 stop bits
5.4. 5.4.1
5.4.3 *
5.6. 5.6.1 *
5.6.2
Handshake mode
Software handshake
Hardware handshake, 1 character after CTS
Number of data bits
7 data bits
8 data bits
6.1. 6.1.1*
6.1.2
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.7
Data output (manual/automatic)
Manual without stability
Manual after stability
Automatic output without stability
Automatic with stability
Protocol printout for computer (PC)
1)
2)
3)
= Menu depends on weighing platform
= Not with setting 5. 6. 2 (8 bit)
= Not with setting 5. 6. 1 (7 bit)
26
Signum 3 Ex
Configuration
Setup
Com1 2
datProt
sbi*
6.3.
6.3.1 *
6.3.2
6.3.4
6.3.7
Time-dependent automatic data output
1 display update
2 display updates
10 display updates
100 display updates
7.2.
7.2.1
7.2.2 *
Data output: Line format
For raw data: 16 characters
For other applications: 22 characters
9.1.
9.1.1
9.1.2 *
Restore factory settings in COM1 numeric menu: SBI
Yes
No
xbpi-232 (For RS232 or RS422 )
XBPI-232
xbpi-485 (For RS485 )
XBPI-485
Signum 3 Ex
27
Configuration
Setup
Com1 2
datProt
SMA
( COM1 RS232 or RS422 )
5.1. 5. 1. 1
5. 1. 2
5. 1. 3
5. 1. 4
5. 1. 5
5. 1. 6
5. 1. 7 *
5. 1. 8
SMA interface function
Baud rate
150 Baud
300 Baud
600 Baud
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
19200 Baud
5.2. to 5.6.
Numeric menu similar to SBI
Printer
YDP01IS
( COM1 RS232 or RS422 ) line* label
lab ff
YDP02 Printer configuration
YDP01IS
Strip printer
Label printer
Label printer with manual feed
YDP02 variants
5.1.
5.1.4 *
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
Baud rate
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
5.2. 5.2.2
5.2.3 *
5.2.4
Parity
Space
Odd
Even
5.3. 5.3.1 *
5.3.2
Number of stop bits
1 stop bit
2 stop bits
5.4. 5.4.1
5.4.3 *
Handshake mode
Software handshake
Hardware handshake, 1 character after CTS
YDP03
5.1.
5.1.4 *
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
5.1.8
YDP03-0CE, YDP20-0CE
Baud rate
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
19200 Baud
5.2. to 5.4.
Numeric menu similar to YDP02
YDP02IS
line* label
* Factory setting
28
Signum 3 Ex
Strip printer
Label printer
YDP02IS
Configuration
Setup
Com1 2
Printer
Universal interface
Uni-pri
5.1. 5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7 *
5.1.8
Baud rate
150 Baud
300 Baud
600 Baud
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
19200 Baud
5.2. 5.2.2
5.2.3 *
5.2.4
5.2.5 *
Parity
Space
Odd
Even
None 2)
5.3. 5.3.1 *
5.3.2
Number of stop bits
1 stop bit
2 stop bits
5.4. 5.4.1 *
5.4.3
Handshake mode
Software handshake
Hardware handshake, 1 character after CTS
5.6. 5.6.1
5.6.2 *
Number of data bits
7 data bits
8 data bits
YDP04IS *
line * label
lab ff
Strip printer
Label printer
Label printer with manual feed
yam01is3)
YAM01IS as electronic memory for print data
Memory3) ( COM1 RS232 or RS422 )
YDP04IS
Verifiable data memory
YAM01IS external data memory
yam01is
1)
= Not with setting 5. 6. 2 (8 bit)
= Not with setting 5. 6. 1 (7 bit)
3) = Only if no alibi memory is active
2)
Signum 3 Ex
29
Configuration
Setup
prtprot 7
Printouts
(Display designation of this menu level: 7 )
7. 4. 7. 4. 1 (empty)
7. 4. 2 (empty)
7. 4. 3 (ID 1)
7. 4. 4 (ID 2)
7. 4. 5 (ID 3)
7. 4. 6 (ID 4)
Header and ID header input
Header line 1 (max. 20 characters); example: “MEYER’S”
Header line 2 (max. 20 characters); example: “STEEL”
ID code name for ID 1 (max. 20 characters)
ID code name for ID 2 (max. 20 characters)
ID code name for ID 3 (max. 20 characters)
ID code name for ID 4 (max. 20 characters)
7. 5. 7. 5. 1 *
7. 5. 2
Quantity of individual printout, interface 1
1 printout
2 printouts
7. 6. Configuration list, interface 1
blank
7. 7. Configuration list, components, interface 1
blank
``
sn scale
7. 8. Configuration list, total, interface 1
blank
----------form-fe
dat/tim 2)
time 2)
glphead
glpfoot
trans.no
ID1
ID2
ID3
ID4
headr. 1
headr. 2
sn scale
30
Signum 3 Ex
------form-fe
dat/tim
time
gmphead
gmpfoot
trans.no
ID1
ID2
ID3
ID4
net
gross
tare
tare2
headr. 1
headr. 2
sn scale
Configuration
Setup
prtprot 7
7.13. 7.13.1*
7.13.3
GMP-compliant printouts
Off
On
7.14. 7.14.1 *
7.14.2 *
Date/Time
Date/Time block with time
Date/Time block without time
7.15.
7.15.1 *
7.15.2
Automatic printing at stability
One-time auto print at stability off
One-time auto print at stability on
7.16.
7.16.1*
7.16.2
Flex print
Off
On
7.17.
7.17.1 *
7.17.2
Decimal separator
Period
Comma
7.18.
7.18.1.1 *
7.18.1.2
7.18.2
Printout of Alibi and product data memory
Select all data records
Print the number of data records selected under 7.18.2
Select quantity: 1* to 255
9.1. 9.1.1
9.1.2 *
Restore factory settings in numeric menu for printout data protocol
Yes
No
Signum 3 Ex
31
Configuration
Setup
8
utilit Operation
(Display designation of this menu level: 8 )
8. 3. 8.3.1 *
8.3.2
8.3.3
8.3.4
8.3.5
8.3.6
8.3.7
8.3.8
8.3.9
8.3.10
8.3.11
8.3.12
8.3.13
8.3.14
8.3.15
8.3.16
8.3.17
8.3.18
8.3.19
Keypad
All accessible
All blocked
Numeric keypad
Toggle weighing platform
Zero
Tare
FN
isoTEST
Print
x10
Toggle gross/net
CF
Ref
OK
Toggle
Info
D
ID
Mem
8. 7. 8.7.1
8.7.2 *
Automatic shutoff of display and control unit
Automatic shutoff acc. to menu item 8 9.
No automatic shutoff
8. 8. 8.8.1
8.8.2
8.8.3
Display lighting
On
Off
Automatic shutoff acc. to menu item 8 9.
8.9. 8.9.1 *
8.9.2
8.9.3
Timer
After 1 + 1 minute not in use
(after 1 min.: warning displayed 2) for 1 minute)
After 2 + 2 minutes not in use
(after 2 min.: warning displayed 2) for 2 minutes)
After 5 + 5 minutes not in use
(after 5 min.: warning displayed 2) for 5 minutes)
8.12. Show geographical data before calibration/adjustment
8.12.1 *
No
8.12.2
Yes
9.1. 9.1.1
9.1.2 *
1
) Multiple selections possible
) Warning information: symbol “ W “ flashing (all simultaneously)
2
32
Signum 3 Ex
Restore factory settings in numeric operating menu
Yes
No
Configuration
Setup
time
date u-code
Time
Format: e.g. 10.07.41 (hours.minutes.seconds)
Date
Format: 01.05.02 (day.month.year);
U.S. mode: (month.day.year)
User password
Set, change and delete password here
(max. 8 characters): e.g. 12345678
9
sqmin Display
(sqmin-s: For service only: Enter the min. sample quantity)
No *
Yes
Print in GLP header
No *
Yes
Info
Service 10.04.02 1
term
siwrdcp2 1
10405355 2
01.24.01 3
Si 202.050110 4 52 5
1 50 6
8.91 7
Device-specific information
Service information
Service date
Indicator
Model type
Serial number
Software version
Application version
Geographical latitude (in degrees) 1)
Geographical altitude (in meters) 1)
Acceleration of gravity m/s 1)
Flex -Inf
applset 1 id 123 2
v 123 3
Lang.
1)
2)
deutsch
english *
u.s. mode
franc.
ital.
Espanol
Flex print
File name 2)
ID 2)
Version 2)
Language for adjustment and GMP printouts
German
English
English with U.S. date/time
French
Italian
Spanish
Output: either latitude and altitude or acceleration of gravity (depends on the input before verification)
These three parameters are shown for each file loaded.
Signum 3 Ex
33
Operation
Operation
Weighing
Automatic Taring
The first weight on the scale that
exceeds the preset minimum load is
stored in the tare memory at stability.
The values for subsequent loads are
stored as weight values. The scale
returns to the initial state when the
load is less than 50% of the minimum
load. Configure in Setup under:
Appl: (Application)
Appl a.tare
Weighing W
The basic weighing function is always
accessible and can be used alone or in
combination with application programs,
such as Counting, Checkweighing,
Weighing in Percent, etc.
Characteristics
– Zeroing (
– Store the weight on the platform as tare
by pressing )
– Use the numeric keys to enter a tare
weight (press ) to save)
– Tare container weight automatically
– Delete tare values by entering 0
(press ) to save)
– Press k to toggle between:
– 1st and 2nd weight unit
– Display value and min. sample
quantity “SQmin"
–
–
Press K to toggle between:
10-fold increased resolution
(display max. 5 seconds)
Toggle L Net:
Gross or net value
You can configure the k key function
in the Setup menu via:
Fn key
– Individual ID codes for weight values
– Print weight value
– Manually, by pressing p
– Automatically
(see “Data Output”)
– GMP printout
(see “Data Output”)
– Restore factory settings by selecting the
menu setting:
Appl: (Application)
Appl: def.app: 9.1
34
Signum 3 Ex
Minimum Load
To tare container weights automatically,
you need to set a minimum load in the
Setup menu, under:
Appl:(Application)
Appl: m.weigh
10 setting levels are available for
selection. They are defined in scale
intervals:
1 digit (no minimum load)
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
Example: if the scale interval is 1 g and
the minimum load is set to 1000 digits
(=1000 scale intervals), a load of at
least 1000 g is required for autotaring.
Automatic Printing
The first weight value that exceeds the
minimum load is printed. Operating
menu setting:
setup:
prtprot: (Printout)
7.15. (Once at stability)
Device Parameters
Keypad
The keypad can be blocked.
Operating menu setting:
setup:
utilit: (Operating parameter)
8.3. (Keypad: blocking keys)
The following settings are available:
– 8.3.1. (All keys available)
– 8.3.2. (All keys blocked except e and
M)
– 8.3.3. (All alphanumeric keys blocked)
– 8.3.4 - 8.3.19 (Specified keys blocked
(see the menu under “Configuration”
for options))
Display
You can have the display backlighting
shut off automatically when not in use.
Operating menu setting:
setup:
utilit:
8.8. (Display lighting)
Automatic Shutdown
Operating menu setting:
setup:
utilit:
8.7. (Automatic shutoff of indicator)
Timer
There are three timer settings:
two, four or ten minutes:
setup:
utilit:
8.9. (Timer)
Operation
Example :
Switch on the device, zero the scale, tare the container weight, place sample in the container, toggle display to gross weight or to second
weight unit or 10-fold resolution, print results
e
Display with tared scale and
filled container
1.)Switching on the scale
All display elements appear
for approx. 1 second
(display check)
6.)Toggle display; depending on
configuration, display shows
Display with no load on scale
L
(
the gross weight (in this
example, 50 g for container +
120.2 g substrate)
2.)Zero the scale
or
Display with no load on scale
k
display in 2nd weight unit
(in this example kg)
or
3.)Place container on weighing
platform
K
Display in 10-fold higher
resolution
Container weight is displayed
)
7.) Return to previous display
(if 10-fold resolution is shown,
display returns automatically after 5 seconds)
4.)Tare the scale
p
Display (net) when tared with
container
8.)Print results
EISENSCHMIDT
GOETTINGEN
24.02.2012 15:10
-------------------G# + 170.2 g
T + 50.0 g
N + 120.2 g
--------------------
5.)Fill the container
(in this example 120.2 g).
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Operation
Example:
Tare the scale by placing a container on the weighing platform
Example:
Numeric input of tare weight,
print the results
e
e
1.)Switch on the scale.
The automatic self-test runs.
When the weight readout is
shown, the scale is ready to
operate and automatically set
to zero. With no load on the
platform, you can zero the
weighing platform at any time
by pressing (.
250
2.)Enter the tare weight in the
current weight unit using
the keypad (in this example,
250 g).
)
3.)Save the tare weight
4.)Place the sample (in this
example, 2 kg) in its container
on the scale.
1.) Switch on the scale.
The automatic self-test runs.
When the weight readout is
shown, the scale is ready to
operate and automatically set
to zero. With no load on the
platform, you can zero the
weighing platform at any time
by pressing (.
2.) Place empty container on the
platform.
)
3.) Tare the scale.
Note: If the automatic tare
function is enabled, you do
not need to press the )
key. The tare weight is saved
automatically when you place
the container on the platform.
Wait until a zero value is
displayed together with the
NET symbol (net weight).
Read the result.
L
4.) Place sample on the platform
Wait until the weight unit
symbol is displayed (indicating
stability) and then read off the
weight value
L
6.)Toggle to the previous display.
p
7.)Print the results.
-------------------G# + 2.250 kg
T + 0.000 kg
PT2 + 0.250 kg
N + 2.000 kg
--------------------
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5.)Toggle the display from net
to gross weight values.
The display shows the gross
weight (in this example, 250 g
for the container plus 2000 g
for the sample).
Operation
Example:
Weighing with variable tare values, printing results, deleting tare values
e
1.)Switch on the scale.
The automatic self-test
runs. When the weight
readout is shown, the
scale is ready to operate
and automatically set to
zero. With no load on the
platform, you can zero the
weighing platform at any
time by pressing (.
p
0
8.)Clear the tare memory:
Enter a zero (“0”) using the
keypad.
)
9.)Save the value (0) entered
(tare values are cleared; the
display shows the gross value).
p
10.)Print the results.
)3.)Tare the scale
Note: If the automatic tare
function is enabled, you
do not need to press the
) key. The tare weight is
saved automatically when
you place the container on
the platform.
Wait until a zero value is
displayed together with the
NET symbol (net weight).
4.)Place packaged sample in
the container (2nd tare
value).
250
5.)Enter the tare weight
of the packaging in
the current weight unit
using the keypad (in this
example, 250 g).
)
6.)Save the package weight.
The package tare is added
to the container tare.
7.) Print the results.
G# + 6.433 kg
T + 4.183 kg
PT2 + 0.250 kg
N + 2.000 kg
--------------------
2.)Place empty container
on the platform.
Read the net weight.
G# + 6.433 kg
T + 0.000 kg
N + 6.433 kg
--------------------
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Operation
Calibration and Adjustment
Calibration Switch
Purpose
Perform calibration to determine the
difference between the weight value
displayed and the actual weight on
the platform. Calibration does not
entail making any changes within the
weighing equipment.
Verification access switch
– External calibration/adjustment blocked
in verified weighing instruments
switch
SIW*DCP/AC:
During adjustment, the difference
between the measured value displayed
and the true weight of a sample is
corrected, or is reduced to an allowable
level within maximum permissible error
limits.
Characteristics
Which of the following features are
available depends on the connected
weighing platform. These features are
configured in the Setup menu:
Calibration
SIWSDCS:
SIW*DCP/AC:
Configuration for Use in Legal
Metrology
Configuration of the weighing
instrument for use in legal metrology
is set by a switch. The switch is located
on the back of the weighing platform
and covered by a protective cap.
Using a Verified Scale in Legal
Metrology in the EU:
The Type-Approval Certificate for
verified scales is only valid for nonautomatic weighing instruments. For
automatic operation with or without
additional, integrated equipment,
please follow the applicable national
regulations for the installation location.
§ Before use in legal metrology, the
scale should be adjusted via the
internal adjustment equipment at the
installation location: see the “Internal
Adjustment" section in this chapter.
$ The temperature range (°C) listed on
the ID label should not be exceeded
during operation.
For Servicing:
External Adjustment for Verified
Scales of Accuracy Class K and l
– External adjustment is blocked in legal
metrology (switch cover is sealed)
– External adjustment only possible by
removing the seal
If the seal is broken, the validity of
verification will become void and you
must have your scale re-verified.
Using a Verified Scale in Legal
Metrology with Internal Adjustment
Equipment:
§ Before use in legal metrology, the
“internal adjustment" function should
be carried out at the installation
location.
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SIW*BBP:
SIWX*DCP
SIWSDCS:
– External calibration/adjustment with
the default weight value or standard
weight (not available on verified
instruments):
setup
wp-1
1.9.: Calibration and Adjustment
– Specify the weight for external
calibration/adjustment:
setup
wp-1
1.18.: (enter adjustment weight)
SIWSBBS:
SIW*BBP:
SIW*DCP/AC:
SIWX*DCS
SIWSBBS:
SIWSDCS:
SIW*DCP/AC:
SIW*BBP:
SIWX*BBP
SIWSBBS:
SIW*BBP:
– Calibrate first; then adjust automatically
or manually (not for verified weighing
instruments):
setup
wp-1
1.10.: Calibration/adjustment sequence
– Block external or enable calibration/
adjustment:
setup
wp-1
1.16.: (External adjustment)
SIWSDCS:
– Block the J key to prevent use of the
functions described above:
setup
wp-1
1.9.: (Block key 1.9.10)
SIWX*BBS
SIWSBBS:
§ Switch on the left for use in legal
metrology
Operation
SIWX Models:
Internal Adjustment
Verified versions or with option E7
In the Setup menu (setup: : wp-1:
1.9.) “internal adjustment” (setup:
wp-1: 1.9.4) must be configure .
setup
wp-1
1. 9.Calibration and
Adjustment
1.9.1 *Ext. calibration/
adjustment;
default weight
1.9.3External calibration/adjustment;
weight can be
selected under
menu item 1.18.1
1.9.4Internal calibration/adjustment
(models with
built-in motorized
calibration weight
only)
1.9.8
Set preload
1.9.9
Clear preload
1.9.10 J key locked
Setting the Preload
Setup Information
is only possible to set a preload when
the menu access switch is open.
– The J key must be allocated to the
Set preload function (menu item 1.9.8).
!After setting a preload, close the menu
access switch and reallocate the original function back to the J key (e.g.
external calibration/adjustment with
user-defined weights) under menu item
1.9.
!It
Clearing the Preload
Setup Information
is only possible to clear a preload
when the menu access switch is open.
– The “Clear Preload" function must be
allocated to the J key.
!After clearing a preload, close the
menu access switch and reallocate the
original function back to the J key
(e.g. external calibration/adjustment
with user-defined weights) under menu
item 1.9.
!It
1.10.Calibration/
Adjustment
sequence
1.10.1Calibration with
automatic adjustment.
1.10.2 *Calibration with
manual adjustment
* = Factory setting
The scale housing has a built-in motorized calibration weight.
The calibration/adjustment procedure is
performed as follows:
§ Select calibration/adjustment: Press the
J key
> The internal calibration weight is loaded
automatically
> The scale is adjusted/calibrated
> In the Setup menu (Setup: wp-1:
1.10.) If parameter 1.10.1 is selected in
Setup, the scale is adjusted automatically
> In the Setup menu (Setup: wp-1:
1.10.) If parameter 1.10.2 is selected in
Setup, the internal adjustment can be
stopped without adjusting the scale
> The internal adjustment weight is
unloaded from the scale
> ISO/GMP-compliant record: see page 91
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Operation
Preparation
§ Switch on the scale: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Open the Setup menu: Press the
) key
$ Select weighing platform 1 “WP1":
Press the ) key or
§ Select Setup: Press the k key repeatedly until Setup is displayed
Setup
wp-1 1
1.9. 1.9.1 *
1.9.3
1.9.4
1.9.8
1.9.9
1.9.10
Calibration and Adjustment
Ext. calibration/adjustment; default weight
External calibration/adjustment; weight can be selected under menu item 1.18.1
Internal calibration/adjustment (models with built-in motorized calibration weight only)
Set preload
Clear preload
J key locked
1.10. 1.10.1
1.10.2 *
Calibration/Adjustment sequence
Calibration with automatic adjustment
Calibration with manual adjustment
1.11. 1.11.1
1.11.2 *
Zeroing range
1 percent/max. cap.
2 percent/max. cap.
1.12. 1.12.1
1.12.2
1.12.3 *
Initial zero point range
Factory setting (depending on the model type)
2 percent/max. cap.
5 percent/max. cap.
1.13. 1.13.1 *
1.13.2
1.13.3
Tare/zero at power on:
On
Off, load previous tare values
Only zero at power on
1.16. 1.16.1 *
1.16.2 2)
External adjustment 1)
Activated
Blocked
1.17.
1.17.1
1.17.2 *
1.17.3
Adjustment weight unit
Gram
Kilogram
Pound 1)
1.18. 1.18.1
Entering adjustment weight
External user adjustment weight (enter value, e.g.: 10,000g)
§ Save the settings with the ) key and exit Setup:
Press the ( key several times.
1)
Not available on scales verified for use in legal metrology
= Factory setting for use in legal metrology
* Factory Settings
2)
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Operation
Example:
External calibration and manual adjustment with default weights (weighing parameters: factory settings)
(
J
1.)Zero the scale.
The difference between the
weight value and the true
weight of the sample will be
displayed with plus/minus
signs.
2.)Start calibration (e.g., when
adjustment prompt flashes
WP symbol).
c.ext.def appears for two
seconds.
Ext. calibration
A printout will be generated if
Targ. +
10000 g
the process is cancelled using
Diff. + 1 g the ( key.
You are prompted to place the
required weight on the platform (e.g., 10,000 g).
J
4.)Activate calibration/adjust­
ment (press the ( key to
cancel).
The adjustment weight is displayed once adjustment is fi ished.
3.)Position the calibration/
adjustment weight on the
weighing platform.
--------------------
24.02.2012 10:15
TypSIWX
Ser.no. 12345678
Vers. 1.0103.11.2
BVers. 01-26-02
--------------------
Ext. Calibrate
Targ. + 10000 g
Diff. + 1 g
Ext. adjustment
Diff. + 0 g
-------------------24.02.2012 10:15
Name:
A GMP-compliant printout is
generated.
-------------------
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Operation
SQmin Function
Purpose
To display the allowable minimum sample quantity “SQmin” (sample quantity
minimum) in accordance with the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP). According to USP guidelines, the uncertainty
of measurement may not exceed 0.1 %
of the sample quantity when substances
are weighed with the highest degree of
accuracy for volume determination. This
additional function ensures that weighing results are within defined tolerance
limits corresponding to the requirements of your quality assurance system.
Requirements
The scale must be set up by a service
technician to be able to use the SQmin
function. The technician will determine
the permitted minimum sample quantity and load this to your scale using
the guidelines of your QA system. These
settings cannot be changed by the user.
He or she will document this setting via
a “Weighing module test as per USP”
certificate in which the measurements
and min. sample quantity are logged.
The SQmin function ensures that the
weighing results correspond to USP
guidelines.
Characteristics
– Displaying the minimum sample quality:
The value is shown in the text line for
4 seconds after the k key is pressed.
– If the minimum sample quantity has
not been reached:
Symbol displayed: !
Weight values are marked with a “!”
in the printout.
– GLP header: The minimum sample
quantity entered for SQmin can be
included on the printout.
Parameter Factory Setting
Display: SQmin Off
Print in GLP header: Off
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SQmin
Display
* No
Yes
Print in
* No
GLP header Yes
* = Factory setting
See also the chapter on “Configuration”: Operating Menu
§ Save the settings with the ) key and exit Setup: Press the ( key several times.
Operation
Example
Determining sample weights while monitoring the minimum sample quantity (in this example, SQmin: 100 g)
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Equipment:
SQmin: Display: on
Step
Press key (or action)
1. Switch on the scale and
enter settings as above
e
2. Place the container for the
sample on the scale and tare
)
3. Measure the weight of a sample
(here: If the minimum sample quantity
has not been reached)
Place the sample on the scale
4. Print weight value
p
5. Measure the weight of another sample
(here: If the minimum sample quantity
has been exceeded)
Place the sample on the scale
6. Print weight value
p
7. Display value of minimum sample
quantity for 4 seconds
k
Display/Printout
|
N
+
90.0 !
|
|
N
+ 110.0 g
|
8. Weigh other samples as desired
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Operation
Individual ID codes
(identifiers)
You can assign codes (such as
product name, batch number, etc.)
for identification of measured values
on all application programs.
Characteristics
– Assign up to four ID codes.
– Assign both a name and a value to each
ID code.
– Displaying individual IDs: d key
– The name is left-justified and the value
is right-justified on the printout. If the
entire code is too long for one line,
additional lines are printed.
– Enter ID code names in Setup under:
setup: prtprot: 7.4.
The name can have a max. of 20
characters. No more than 11 characters
are displayed during input; all 20
characters are printed.
– Enter up to 40 characters for the value
of the ID code. Press the d key to
activate the input mode.
– Individual characters of the ID can be
deleted using the c key.
– If both the name and value fields are
empty, no ID code is printed.
– In the Setup program, you can
configure when and whether ID codes
are printed (see: Configuring Printouts
page 81).
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Factory settings for the ID code names
ID1: ID1
ID2: ID2
ID3: ID3
ID4: ID4
Factory settings for the ID code values
No default values set.
Operation
Example:
Enter ID code names.
For ID codes 1 and 2,
enter “Batch no.” and “Cust.” as names.
e
)
11)Enter additional letters as
described above.
After entering the last letter,
save the input by pressing
the ) key
2) While all segments are lit,
press the ) key
3) Select the setup menu item
for the ID code settings (press
k repeatedly until setup is
displayed)
)
4) Select the Setup menu
5)Select the prtprot menu
item for the ID code settings
(press k repeatedly until
prtprot is displayed)
)
6) Select level 7.
)
7) Press the ) key until 7.4.1
appears in the display.
k
10) Save the character
1) Turn on the device.
The first item in the main
menu is shownAPPL
k
)
k
–
–
(
12)Exit this menu level and
configure other settings as
desired, or
)
13)Press and hold to exit the
menu
Open the 7.4.4 ID2 name
menu item
Repeat starting with step 8
Example:
Enter ID code values.
The value “123” should be entered for ID code 1.
d
– Select the 7.4.3 ID1 name
menu item (press the key
until prtprot appears in
the display)
123
2)Enter the value for ID code 1
(in this example: 123).
.
.
.
5) Exit after ID4 using the
d key
•
•
•
)
8) Press the ) key to enable
alphanumeric input.
p, p, p, p
9)1. Enter the first character
using the p and k keys
(in this example: c)
1)Activate input of ID code
values.
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X
X
X
Operation
X
X
X
X
Application Programs
X
Applications
X 1 - 3: Overview
CF
On
Standby
n
Scale#
REF
Clear
Function
0
Reference
T
Fn
Tare
Zero
OK
Function
Toggle
Info
ISOTest
Print
B/G
NET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
.
0
A
Signum 3
Application
Basic weighing
Averaging (Animal Weighing)
Send print job/data record to peripheral device
Label printer
Counting
Totalizing
Checkweighing
Batching/Counting to target value
Product data memory
X
X
X
optional
Function
X
Zero
Tare optional
x10
Resolution
CF
On
Standby
n
Scale#
REF
Clear
Function
0
Reference
T
Tare
Zero
OK
Fn
Function
Toggle
ISOTest
Info
Print
ID
x10
B/G
Resolution
NET
Mem
A
Date/time
ID codes (4 codes, 40 characters each)
The following table shows how the application programs can be combined.
Each row represents one combination. The basic weighing function is available at all times; it does not need to be combined with a
computational function.
Select programs one after the other: Toggle using the D key
nen Anwendungen kombinieren lassen.
ägen ist generell verfügbar, sie muss nicht mit einer
Application 1 (Basic Function)
Counting
Counting
Counting
Counting
rollfunktion)
Neutral Measurement
Neutral Measurement
Neutral Measurement
Neutral Measurement
Animal Weighing
Animal Weighing
Animal Weighing
Animal Weighing
Weighing in Percent
Weighing in Percent
Weighing in Percent
Weighing in Percent
–
–
Application 2 (Monitoring Function)
–
Checkweighing
Checkweighing
Classification
Totalizing
Totalizing
–
–
Checkweighing
Checkweighing
Classification
Totalizing
–
–
Anwendung
3 (Protokollfunktion)
–
Totalizing
Summieren
–
Summieren
Checkweighing
–Checkweighing
Classification
––
Checkweighing
Checkweighing
Classification
Summieren
Summieren
–
–Checkweighing
–
Summieren
Summieren
–
–
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Application 3 (Cumulative-value Function)
Summieren
Summieren
–
–
Totalizing
Totalizing
–
–
Totalizing
Totalizing
–
–
Net-total formulation
Totalizing
Counting Application Z
Counting Application Z
With the Counting application, you can
determine the number of parts which
each have approximately equal weight.
Characteristics
– Save the reference weight “wRef” from
the weighing platform
– Enter the reference sample weight
“wRef” using the keypad
– Enter the reference sample quantity
“nRef” using the keypad
– Automatic average piece weight
updating
– Activate Info mode with the I key
– Toggle the display between quantity
and weight using the W key
– Define the level of accuracy (display
resolution) applied when a calculated
reference sample quantity is saved
– Automatic taring of container weight.
Configured in Setup under:
(Autotare 1st weight)
APPL: A.Tare
– Automatic initialization when the
scale is switched on. The indicator is
initialized with the most recently used
values for reference sample quantity
“nRef” and reference sample weight
“wRef.” Configured in Setup under:
(Start app. with last values)
APPL: A.start
You can assign different functions to
the c key for deleting applications.
When you clear applications, you can
delete either the data stored for all
applications or just selected data stored
for the active application. Configured in
Setup under:
APPl: sel.cf.
(Sel. CF function key c in
applications)
Before the quantity on the platform
can be calculated, the average piece
weight (reference sample weight) must
be entered in the application. There are
three ways to enter this value in the
program:
– Tare function:
1) If you store a tare (weight value)
by pressing the ) key, you can later
enter a tare value manually. The tare
value you enter is added to the stored
tare value. Setting: menu code 3.25.1
(factory setting)
2) A tare value entered manually
overwrites a stored tare value (weight
value). If you enter a tare value
manually, a tare value (weight value)
stored later overwrites the manually
entered value. Setting: Menu code
3.25.2
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: tare. f: 3.25.
– Calculation:
– Place the number of parts defined as
the reference sample quantity on the
weighing platform and calculate the
average piece weight by pressing the
O key
– Alternatively, using the r key, you
can place any number of parts on the
weighing platform, enter the number
of parts using the keypad, and then
calculate the average piece weight by
pressing the O key
How the reference weight is calculated
depends on the application setting for
resolution. The value is either rounded
off in accordance with the display
resolution, or saved with 10-fold
or 100-fold resolution, or with the
maximum internal resolution of the
weighing platform.
– Restore factory default settings.
Configured in Setup under:
APPL: def.app: 9.1.
– Entering a reference sample weight
(i.e., the weight of one piece) using the
keypad and saving it with the O key
After initialization, you can use the
connected weighing platform to count
parts.
The initial application values remain
active until deleted by pressing the
c key or until overwritten by a new
value. They remain saved after the scale
is switched off.
– Exit application, delete parameters:
The value of the reference sample
weight in the reference memory remains
active until it is deleted, overwritten or
the application is changed using the
c key. The reference sample weight
also remains saved after the scale is
turned off.
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Counting Application Z
Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Select Setup: Press the k key
repeatedly until appl is displayed
§ Confirm appl: Press the ) key
§ Select the Counting application:
Press the k key repeatedly and
confirm with the ) key
Counting application parameters
3.6.
Minimum load for initialization
3.6.1*
1 digit
3.6.2
2 digits
3.6.3
5 digits
3.6.4
10 digits
3.6.5
20 digits
3.6.6
50 digits
3.6.7
100 digits
3.6.8
200 digits
3.6.9
500 digits
3.6.10
1000 digits
3.9. Resolution for
calculation of reference value
3.9.1*
Display accuracy
3.9.2Display accuracy + 1
decimal place
3.9.3Display accuracy + 2
decimal places
3.9.4
Internal resolution
3.11 Parameter for saving weight values
3.11. 1* With stability
3.11. 2With increased
stability
3.12. Average piece weight updating
3.12.1
Off
3.12.3*
Automatic
* = Factory setting
§ Save the settings with the ) key and
exit Setup: Press the ( key several
times.
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Parameter for Saving Weight Values
The weight on the platform is saved as
a reference value when the platform
has stabilized. “Stability” is defined as
the point at which the fluctuation of
a measured value lies within a defined
tolerance range. The narrower the
tolerance range, the more stable the
platform is at “stability”.
In Setup menu:
appl1: count: 3.11.
You can define whether the value is
saved when “standard stability” is
reached, or only at “increased stability”
(narrower tolerance range). If you
select “increased stability,” the value
saved for average piece weight will be
more accurate and the results more
reproducible, but the response time of
the weighing platform might be longer.
Accuracy of Average Piece Weight
Calculation
The resolution applied for calculating
the reference weight is defined in Setup
under:
Appl1: count: 3.9.
The resolution for calculating the
reference weight is increased if “+1
decimal place,” “+2 decimal places” or
“Internal resolution” is selected. With
the “+1 decimal place” setting, the net
value is determined to one additional
decimal place (i.e., display accuracy
x 10); “+2 decimal places” increases
display accuracy + 100, and so on up
to the maximum resolution available.
Minimum Load
The minimum load required for
initialization of the weighing platform
is configured in Setup under:
appl1: count: 3.6.
Once the limit is exceeded by the load,
initialization can begin.
If the load on platform is too light,
the following will occur when you try
to save a value:
– Error code Inf 29 appears,
– The weighing platform is not initialized
– The preset reference sample quantity is
saved
The minimum load required for
automatic taring of the container
weight on the platform (first weight)
is configured in Setup under:
appl: m.weigh: 3.5.
You can choose from the following
10 levels for this setting:
1 digit
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
The “digits” here refer to the scale
intervals in the connected weighing
platform. If the interval of the
connected platform is 1 g, for example,
and 1000 digits are required, you
must place at least 1000 g (= 1000
intervals) on the weighing platform for
initialization.
Counting Application Z
Average Piece Weight Updating
In Setup menu:
appl1: count: 3.12.
You can define whether or not the
reference sample weight is updated
automatically during weighing. The
reference sample weight is updated
automatically only when the following
6 criteria are met:
1. The menu item must be set to 3.12.3
in Setup.
2. The current piece count exceeds the
original piece count by at least two.
3. The current piece count is less than
twice the original piece count (does not
apply for the first updating operation
if the piece count is entered using the
keypad)
4. The current piece count is less than
1000.
n
n+2
2·n
Bereich für Stückgewichtsoptimierung
Referenzstückzahl „alt“
Aufgelegte
Stückzahl
5. The internally calculated piece count
(such as 17.24 pcs) differs by less
than ± 0.3 pcs from the nearest whole
number (in this example: 17)
6. The weighing platform is stable in
accordance with the parameter defined
for saving weights.
If automatic average piece weight
updating is selected in the Setup menu
and the piece count (pcs) is displayed,
the Auto symbol is displayed below
the bar graph. If the reference sample
weight has been updated since you
began weighing, the text line shows
the “optimized” code (opt.). During
an updating operation, 0pt and the
updated piece count are displayed briefly
in the measured value line.
The new reference sample weight and
reference sample quantity are saved.
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Counting Application Z
Example:
Determining the number of uncounted parts.
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 1: Counting
Setup: Device Parameters: Printout: PRTPROT: 7.6
then select the menu line items of your choice (see “Configuration” for options)
r
5.)Start calculation of the
reference sample weight
1.)Place empty container on the
platform.
Set the number of reference
parts using r: 1, 2, 5, 10,
20, etc.
Start the reference sample
weight calculation using the
O key.
)
2.)Tare the scale.
Note: If the automatic tare
function is enabled, you do
not need to press the ) key
to tare the platform; the tare
weight is saved automatically
when you place the container
on the platform.
If the weight is too light,
reduce the minimum load
setting or increase the
reference sample quantity
setting in the main display
Inf 29 and the number of
parts in the container.
6.)Add a quantity of uncounted
parts to the container
3.)Place a number of parts in the
container for the reference
quantity (in this example,
20 pcs).
Read the result
20
4.)Enter the number of parts
using the keypad or
using r :
1, 2, 5, 10, 20, etc.
Opt is displayed if automatic
reference sample updating is
enabled.
p
7.)Print the results
nRef + 38 pcs
see:
Configuring Printouts
wRef + 0.003280 kg
G# + 0.373 kg
T + 0.248 kg
N + 0.125 kg
Qnt 38 pcs
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Neutral Measurement Application Z nM
Neutral Measurement
Application Z nM
With this application you can use your
weighing platform to measure the
length, surface and volume of parts
that have roughly the same specific
weight. The o symbol is displayed
as the weight unit.
Characteristics
– Save the reference weight “wRef” from
the weighing platform
– Enter the reference weight “wRef” using
the keypad
– Enter the calculation factor “nRef”
using the keypad
– Activate Info mode with the I key
– Toggle the display between
measurement and weight using the
w key
– The level of accuracy (display
resolution) can be set when the
calculated reference weight is applied
– Automatic taring of container weight.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: a.tare: 3.7.
– Automatic initialization when the
scale is switched on. The indicator is
initialized with the most recently used
calculation factor “nRef” and reference
weight “wRef.” Configured in Setup
under:
Appl: a.start: 3.8.
– Exit application, delete parameters:
The value of the reference sample
weight in the reference memory remains
active until it is deleted, overwritten or
the application is changed using the
c key. The reference sample weight
also remains saved after the scale is
turned off.
You can assign different functions to
the c key for deleting applications.
When you clear applications, you can
delete either the data stored for all
applications or just selected data stored
for the active application. Configured in
Setup under:
Appl: sel.cf: 3.24.
(Sel. CF function key c in
applications)
– Tare function:
1) If you store a tare (weight value)
by pressing the ) key, you can later
enter a tare value manually. The tare
value you enter is added to the stored
tare value. Setting: menu code 3.25.1
(factory setting)
2) A tare value entered manually
overwrites a stored tare value (weight
value). If you enter a tare value
manually, a tare value (weight value)
stored later overwrites the manually
entered value. Setting: Menu code
3.25.2
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: tare. f: 3.25.
– Restore factory default settings.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: def.app: 9.1.
In order to calculate the length, surface
or volume of a given sample, the
average weight of a reference quantity
of the sample must be known (in the
example below, the reference is 1 meter
of electrical cable). There are three ways
to enter the reference weight in the
program:
– Calculation:
– Place the reference quantity (defined
by the calculation factor) on the
connected weighing platform and
calculate the reference sample weight
by pressing the O key
– Place any amount of the sample
material on the connected weighing
platform, enter the calculation factor
through the keypad, and press the
O key to calculated reference sample
weight.
How the reference weight is calculated
depends on the application setting for
resolution. The value is either rounded
off in accordance with the display
resolution, or saved with 10-fold or 100fold resolution, or with the maximum
internal resolution of the weighing
platform.
Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Select Setup: Press the k key
repeatedly until appl is displayed
§ Confirm appl: Press the ) key
§ Select the Neutral Measurement
application:
Press the k key repeatedly and
confirm with the ) key
Neutral Measurement Application Parameters
3.6.
Minimum load for initialization
3.6.1*
1 digit
3.6.2
2 digits
3.6.3
5 digits
3.6.4
10 digits
3.6.5
20 digits
3.6.6
50 digits
3.6.7
100 digits
3.6.8
200 digits
3.6.9
500 digits
3. 6.10 1000 digits
3.9.Reference value calculation
resolution
3.9.1*
Display accuracy
3.9.2Display accuracy
+ 1 decimal place
3.9.3Display accuracy
+ 2 decimal places
3.9.4
Internal resolution
3.10.
Decimal places in displayed result
3.10.1* None
3.10.2
1 decimal place
3.10.3
2 decimal places
3.10.4
3 decimal places
3.11. Parameter for saving weight values
3.11.1* With stability
3.11.2With increased stability
* = Factory setting
§ Save the settings with the ) key and
exit Setup: Press the ( key several
times.
– Enter the reference weight (i.e., the
weight of one meter of electrical cable)
using the keypad and press O to save
it.
The initial application values remain
active until deleted by pressing the
c key or until overwritten by a new
value. They remain saved after the scale
is switched off.
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Neutral Measurement Application Z nM
Parameter for Saving Weight Values
The reference weight is saved when the
scale has stabilized.
“Stability” is defined as the point at
which the fluctuation of a measured
value lies within a defined tolerance
range. The narrower the tolerance
range, the more stable the platform is
at “stability”.
In Setup menu:
appl1:
Neutr.M:3.11.
You can define whether the value is
saved when “standard stability” is
reached, or only at “increased stability”
(narrower tolerance range). If you select
“increased stability”, the reference
weight saved will be more accurate and
the results more reproducible, but the
response time of the weighing platform
might be longer.
Accuracy Level for Calculation of
Reference Value
The resolution applied for calculating
the reference weight is defined in Setup
under:
appl1:
Neutr.M: 3.9.
The resolution for calculating the
reference weight is increased if “+1
decimal place,” “+2 decimal places” or
“Internal resolution” is selected. With
the “+1 decimal place” setting, the net
value is determined to one additional
decimal place (i.e., display accuracy
x 10); “+2 decimal places” increases
display accuracy x 100, and so on up to
the maximum resolution available.
Decimal Places in Displayed Result
In neutral measurement, not only whole
numbers but also decimal numbers
(for example, 1.25 o electrical cabling)
can be displayed. The number of
decimal places displayed in neutral
measurement is configured in Setup
under:
appl1:
Neutr.M: 3.10.
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Minimum Load
The minimum load required for
initialization of the weighing platform
is configured in Setup under:
appl1:
Neutr.M: 3.6.
Once the limit is exceeded by the load,
initialization can begin.
If the load on platform is too light, the
following will occur when you try to
save a value:
– Error code Inf 29 appears,
– A warning signal is emitted (doublebeep)
– The weighing platform is not initialized
– The preset calculation factor is saved
The minimum load required for
automatic taring of the container
weight on the platform (first weight)
is configured in Setup under:
appl: m.weigh: 3.5.
You can choose from the following
10 levels for this setting:
1 digit
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
The “digits” here refer to the scale
intervals in the connected weighing
platform. If the interval of the
connected platform is 1 g, for example,
and 1000 digits are required, you
must place at least 1000 g (= 1000
intervals) on the weighing platform for
initialization.
Neutral Measurement Application Z nM
Example:
Measuring 25 m of electrical cable.
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 1: Neutral Measurement
Setup: Printout, PRTPROT 7.6.
then select the menu line items of your choice
1.)Place empty container on the
platform.
)
2.)Tare the scale.
Note: If the automatic tare
function is enabled, you do
not need to press the ) key
to tare the platform; the tare
weight is saved automatically
when you place the container
on the platform
248
5.)Place the desired amount
of cable in the container
Read the result
p
3.)Enter the weight of 1 meter of
cable using the keypad (in this
example, 248 g)
6.)Print the results
nRef + 1 o
see:
wRef + 0.248 kg Configuring Printouts
G# + 6.794 kg
T + 0.541 kg
N + 6.253 kg
O
4.)Save the value entered as the
reference weight
Qnt 25 o
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Averaging (Animal Weighing) Application V
A
veraging (Animal
Weighing) Application V
With the Averaging application, you
can use your weighing platform for
calculating weights as the average
of a number of individual weighing
operations. These individual operations
are also known as “subweighing
operations.”
This function is used to determine
weights under unstable ambient
conditions or for weighing unstable
samples (such as live animals).
Characteristics
– Averaging started manually or auto­
matically. Configured in Setup under:
appl1: anim.wg: 3.18.
With manual start selected, the
averaging routine begins when
you press a key (provided the start
conditions are met). With automatic
start selected, averaging begins when
you place the first load on the platform
(provided the start conditions are met).
– Enter the number of subweighing
operations using the keypad
– Info mode
– Toggle the display from “result of last
measurement” to “current weight” by
pressing the w key
– Autmatic printout configured in Setup
under:
Appl1:
anim.wg: 3.20.
– Automatic taring of container weight.
Configured in Setup under:
appl1:
anim.wg: 3.7.
– Automatic start of averaging when
the scale is turned on and a sample
placed on the platform (provided start
conditions are met). Configured in
Setup under:
Appl: a.start: 3.8.
– Exit application, delete parameters:
The number of measurements remain in
memory until it is deleted, overwritten
or the application is changed using the
c key.
The number of measurements also
remains saved after the scale is turned
off.
You can assign different functions to
the c key for deleting applications.
When you clear applications, you can
delete either the data stored for all
applications or just selected data stored
for the active application. Configured in
Setup under:
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Appl: sel.cf: 3.24.
(Sel. CF function key c in
applications)
– Tare function:
If you store a tare (weight value) by
pressing the ) key, you can later
enter a value manually. The tare value
you enter is added to the stored tare
value.
Setting: menu code 3.25.1 (factory
setting)
A tare value entered manually
overwrites a stored tare value (weight
value). If you enter a tare value
manually, a tare value (weight value)
stored later overwrites the manually
entered value. Setting: menu code
3.25.2
Configured in Setup under: Signum® 2
Appl: tare. f: 3.25.
– Restore factory default settings.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: DEF.App: 9.1.
A number of subweighing operations
are required to form the basis for
calculation of an average weight.
You can enter the desired number
of subweighing operations using the
keypad.
The number you enter is active until
it is overwritten by another number.
It also remains in memory when you
switch to a different application
program, or turn off the scale.
There are three ways to start the
averaging routine:
– Manual start with preset number of
sub-weighing operations:
Place the sample on the platform and
press the O key
– Manual start with user-defined number
of subweighing operations:
Place the sample on the platform
and enter the number of weighing
operations using the keypad. Press the
r key to save the number entered
and begin weighing
– Automatic start with preset number of
subweighing operations:
Measurement begins when you place
the first sample on the platform,
provided the start conditions are met.
Averaging (Animal Weighing) Application V
Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Select Setup: Press the k key
repeatedly until appl is displayed
§ Confirm appl: Press the ) key
§ Select the Animal Weighing application:
Press the k key repeatedly and
confirm with the ) key
Application Parameters: Animal Weighing
3. 6.
Minimum load for start
3.6.1*
1 digit
3.6.2
2 digits
3.6.3
5 digits
3.6.4
10 digits
3.6.5
20 digits
3.6.6
50 digits
3.6.7
100 digits
3.6.8
200 digits
3.6.9
500 digits
3.6.10 1000 digits
3.18. Start of averaging
3.18.1* Manually
3.18.2 Automatic
3.19. Animal activity
3.19.1 0.1% of animal/object
3.19.2* 0.2% of animal/object
3.19.3 0.5% of animal/object
3.19.4 1% of animal/object
3.19.5 2% of animal/object
3.19.6 5% of animal/object
3.19.7 10% of animal/object
3.19.8 20% of animal/object
3.19.9 50% of animal/object
3.19.10 100% of animal/object
Minimum Load
The minimum load required for
initialization of the averaging routine
is configured in Setup under:
appl1:
anim.wg: 3.6.
Setting a minimum load for averaging
can be especially useful if you configure
automatic start of measurement.
The minimum load required for
automatic taring of the container
weight on the platform (first weight),
or for automatic printout of results,
is configured in Setup under:
appl: a.tare: 3.5.
You can choose from the following
10 levels for this setting:
1 digit
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
Display
A calculated average value is shown
continuously on the main display.
The ! Symbol (indicating a calculated
value) is also displayed.
You can toggle between this display to
a readout of the current weight on the
platform by pressing the w key.
The “digits” here refer to the scale
intervals in the connected weighing
platform. If the interval of the
connected platform is 1 g, for example,
and 1000 digits are required, you must
place at least 1000 g (= 1000 intervals)
on the weighing platform to start the
averaging routine.
3.20. Auto printout of results
3.20.1* Off
3.20.2 On
3.21.Static display of result after load
removed
3.21.1*Display is fixed until
unload threshold
reached
3.21.2Fixed display until the
c key is pressed
Starting the Measurements
The averaging routine does not begin
until the fluctuation in weight value
remains below a defined threshold
over three consecutive measurements.
The tolerance limit is defined as a
percentage of the animal or object
weight (for example, 0.1%, 0.2%, ...,
50%, 100%), configured in Setup under:
appl1:
anim.wg: 3.19.
If the “Averaging” parameter is set to
2%, for example, and the animal or
object weighs 10 kg, measurement
does not begin until the fluctuation
in weight value remains below 200 g
during three consecutive measurements.
In the Setup menu, under:
appl1:
anim.wg: 3.21.
you can select “Display is static until
unload threshold reached” to have the
display switch automatically to the
weight readout when you unload the
weighing platform (i.e., when the load
is less than half the minimum load).
The result of the most recent averaging
operation is not saved.
If you select “Display is static until
the c key is pressed,” the calculated
average remains displayed even after
the weighing platform is unloaded,
until you press the c key to begin
a new measurement.
* = Factory setting
§ Save the settings with the ) key and
exit Setup: Press the ( key several
times.
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Averaging (Animal Weighing) Application V
Example:
Measuring the weight of one mouse.
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 1: Animal Weighing
Setup: Printout; PRTPROT 7.6 then select the menu line items of your choice
Place empty container on the
platform.
The averaging routine does
not begin until the fluctuation
in weight value remains below
a defined threshold over three
consecutive measurements.
The number of subweighing
operations remaining is shown
in the numeric display.
Read off the result of
averaging
)
1.)Tare the scale.
Note: If the automatic tare
function is enabled, you do
not need to press the ) key
to tare the platform; the tare
weight is saved automatically
when you place the container
on the platform.
p
5.)Print the results.
Note: If automatic printout
of results is enabled, you do
not need to press the p
key. The results are printed
automatically.
mDef + 20
see chapter
T + 0.292 kg
Configuring Printouts
x-Net + 0.183 kg
--------------------
2.)Place 1st animal in container
20
3.)Enter the number of
subweighing operations using
the keypad (in this example,
20 measurements).
r
4.)Save the value entered and
begin averaging
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When you unload the
weighing platform, the
display switches to the
weight readout automatically,
unless configured otherwise
in Setup. The weighing
instrument is ready for the
next measurement.
Weighing in Percent Application L
Weighing in Percent
Application L
With the Weighing in Percent
application, you can use your weighing
platform to obtain weight readouts in
percent which are in proportion to a
reference weight.
L is displayed as the weight unit.
Characteristics
– Save the current weight value as
reference weight “pRef”
– Enter the reference weight “Wxx%” for
100% using the keypad
– Enter the reference percentage “pRef”
using the keypad
– Display result as loss (difference) or
residue
– Tare function:
1) If you store a tare (weight value)
by pressing the ) key, you can later
enter a tare value manually. The tare
value you enter is added to the stored
tare value.
Setting: menu code 3.25.1 (factory
setting)
2) A tare value entered manually
overwrites a stored tare value (weight
value).
If you enter a tare value manually,
a tare value (weight value) stored later
overwrites the manually entered value.
Setting: menu code 3.25.2
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: tare. f: 3.25.
– Display up to 3 decimal places.
Configured in Setup under:
appl1:
Perc.wg: 3.10.
– Restore factory default settings.
Configured in Setup under:
appl: def.app: 9.1.
– Activate Info mode with the I key
– Toggle the display between percent and
weight using the w key.
– Automatic taring of container weight.
Configured in Setup under:
appl: a.tare: 3.7.
– Automatic initialization when the
scale is switched on. The application is
initialized with the most recently saved
data. Configured in Setup under:
appl: a.start: 3.8.
– Exit application, delete parameters:
The value of the reference weight in
the memory remains active until it is
deleted, overwritten or the application
is changed using the c key. The value
also remains saved after the scale is
turned off.
To determine the weight of a sample
relative to a reference weight, you need
to define the reference percentage
value. There are three ways to enter this
value in the application program:
– You can assign different functions to
the c key for deleting applications.
When you clear applications, you can
delete either the data stored for all
applications or just selected data stored
for the active application. Configured in
Setup under:
Appl: sel.cf: 3.24.
(Sel. CF function key c in
applications)
– Calculation:
– Place the reference quantity (defined
by the reference percentage) on the
connected weighing platform and press
the O key to initialize the application.
– Place any amount of the sample
material on the connected weighing
platform, enter the reference percentage
through the keypad, and press the
r key to initialize the application.
How the reference weight is calculated
depends on the application setting that
defines “Accuracy for saving weights”.
The value is either rounded off in
accordance with the display resolution,
or saved with 10-fold or 100-fold
resolution, or with the maximum
internal resolution of the weighing
platform.
– By entering the reference weight for
100% using the keypad and pressing
the O key to initialize the application.
The initialization data remains valid
until deleted by pressing the c key
or until overwritten by a new value.
They remain saved after the Signum® is
switched off.
Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Select Setup: Press the k key
repeatedly until appl is displayed
§ Confirm appl: Press the ) key
§ Select the Weighing in Percent
application:
Press the k key repeatedly and
confirm with the ) key
Weighing in Percent Application Parameters
3. 6.
Minimum load for initialization
3.6.1*
1 digit
3.6.2
2 digits
3.6.3
5 digits
3.6.4
10 digits
3.6.5
20 digits
3.6.6
50 digits
3.6.7
100 digits
3.6.8
200 digits
3.6.9
500 digits
3.6.10 1000 digits
3. 9. Reference value calculation
resolution
3.9.1*
Display accuracy
3.9.2Display accuracy
+ 1 decimal place
3.9.3Display accuracy
+ 2 decimal places
3.9.4
Internal resolution
3.10. Decimal places in displayed result
3.10.1* None
3.10.2 1 decimal place
3.10.3 2 decimal places
3.10.4 3 decimal places
3.11 Parameter for saving weight values
3.11.1* With stability
3.11.2With increased stability
3.15. Display of calculated values
3.15.1* Residue
3.15.2 Loss
* = Factory setting
§ Save the settings with the ) key and
exit Setup: Press the ( key several
times.
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Weighing in Percent Application L
Parameter for Saving Weight Values
The reference weight is saved when the
scale has stabilized.
“Stability” is defined as the point at
which the fluctuation of a measured
value lies within a defined tolerance
range. The narrower the tolerance
range, the more stable the platform is
at “stability”.
In Setup menu:
Appl1:
Perc.wg: 3.11.
You can define whether the value is
saved when “standard stability” is
reached, or only at “increased stability”
(narrower tolerance range). If you select
“increased stability”, the reference
weight saved will be more accurate and
the results more reproducible, but the
response time of the weighing platform
might be longer.
Accuracy of Average Piece Weight
Calculation
The resolution applied for calculating
the reference weight is defined in Setup
under:
Appl1:
Perc.wg: 3.9.
The resolution for calculating the
reference weight is increased if “+1
decimal place,” “+2 decimal places” or
“Internal resolution” is selected. With
the “+1 decimal place” setting, the net
value is determined to one additional
decimal place (i.e., display accuracy
x 10); “+2 decimal places” increases
display accuracy x 100, and so on up
to the maximum resolution available.
Display of Results
With the Weighing in Percent
application, the result can be displayed
as a remainder or loss. Configured in
Setup under:
Appl1:
Perc.wg: 3.15.
Equations:
Residue =(current weight –
100% weight) / * 100
Loss =(current weight –
100% weight) /
100% weight * 100
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Minimum Load
The minimum load required for
initialization of the weighing platform
is configured in Setup under:
Appl1:
Perc.wg: 3.6.
Once the limit is exceeded by the load,
initialization can begin. If the load on
platform is too light, the following will
occur when you try to save a value:
– Error code Inf 29 appears,
– The weighing platform is not initialized
– The preset reference percentage is saved
The minimum load required for
automatic taring of the container
weight on the platform (first weight)
is configured in Setup under:
appl:m.weigh: 3.5.
You can choose from the following
10 levels for this setting:
1 digit
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
The “digits” here refer to the scale
intervals in the connected weighing
platform. If the interval of the
connected platform is 1 g, for example,
and 1000 digits are required, you
must place at least 1000 g (= 1000
intervals) on the weighing platform for
initialization.
Weighing in Percent Application L
Example:
Weighing in 100% of a sample material.
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 1: Weighing in percent
Setup: Printout, PRTPROT 7.6, then select the menu line items of your choice
1.)Place empty container on the
platform.
)
2.)Tare the scale.
Note: If the automatic tare
function is enabled, you do
not need to press the ) key
to tare the platform; the tare
weight is saved automatically
when you place the container
on the platform
3.)Add reference material in
accordance with reference
percentage (in this example,
85 g)
O
If the weight is too light,
an error code is shown in
the main display Inf 29
Reduce the minimum load
setting
4.)Begin calculation of reference
weight. The calculation is
based on the active net weight
value and the reference
percentage entered
5.)Continuing filling the
container until the target
amount is reached (in this
example, 100%)
p
6.)Print the results
pRef + 20 %
see
wRef + 0.085 kg Configuring Printouts
G# + 1.080 kg
T + 0.675 kg
N + 0.423 kg
Prc + 100 %
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Checkweighing Application O
Checkweighing
Application O
With the Checkweighing application,
you can check whether the sample on
the weighing platform matches a target
value or lies within a given tolerance
range.
Checkweighing also makes it easy to fill
sample materials to a specified target
weight.
Characteristics
– Enter the nominal or target weight (set
point) and the tolerance range delimiters
either using the keypad or by saving the
weight value of a load on the platform.
– Enter the tolerance limits as absolute
values (Target, Min and Max) or via the
target value as percentage deviation
with user-defined percent limits or
with relative limits.
Configured in the menu under:
Appl 2:
check.wg: 4.5.
– The target value can be taken over
as a weighed value from a weighing
platform, and the upper and lower
tolerance limits are defined as a
percentage deviation from the target
value (setting code 4.5.2). The deviation
percentage can be changed using the
r key: 0.1%, 0.2%, 0.5%, 1%, 1.5%,
2%, 3%, 5% or 10%.
– Activate Info mode with the I key
– Automatic printout configured in Setup
under:
Appl 2:
check.wg: 4.6.
– Automatic taring of container weight.
Configured in Setup under: Appl:
a.tare: 3.7.
– Automatic initialization when you
switch on the scale with most recently
saved application data. Configured in
Setup under:
appl: a.start: 3.8.
– You can assign different functions to
the c key for deleting applications.
When you clear applications, you can
delete either the data stored for all
applications or just selected data stored
for the active application. Configured in
Setup under:
Appl: sel.cf: 3.24.
(Sel. CF function key c in
applications)
– Target value and tolerance limits
checked during input; values must
conform to: upper limit > target >
lower limit > 1 digit.
– Tare function:
1) If you store a tare (weight value)
by pressing the ) key, you can later
enter a tare value manually. The tare
value you enter is added to the stored
tare value. Setting: menu code 3.25.1
(factory setting)
2) A tare value entered manually
overwrites a stored tare value
(weight value).
If you enter a tare value manually,
a tare value (weight value) stored later
overwrites the manually entered value.
Setting: menu code 3.25.2
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: tare. f: 3.25.
– Checkweighing range: either 30% to
170% of the target, or from 10% to
infinity.
– Restore factory default settings.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: def.app: 9.1.
– Results are shown on main display on
the bar graph, as well as sent to control
output ports for further processing.
Checkweighing entails comparing the
current weight value to a defined target
value. You can enter the value for this
target using the keypad, or by saving
the weight value indicated. You can
also define upper and lower tolerance
limits based on this target. You can do
this by:
– The target value, lower tolerance limit
(minimum) and upper tolerance limit
(maximum) can be applied as weighed
values from the weighing platform.
– Toggle the main display between weight
and tolerances limits by pressing the
w key. If the weight in the readout is
outside the tolerance range, “LL” (too
low) or “HH” (too high) is displayed.
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– Entering absolute values using the
keypad or placing the desired amount
of weight on the platform and saving
the value, or
– by entering each value as a percentage of
the target weight
The initialization data remains valid until
deleted by pressing the c key or until
overwritten by a new value. They remain
saved after the scale is switched off.
Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the ) key
§ Select Setup: Press the k key repeatedly
until Setup is displayed
§ Open the Setup menu: Press the ) key
§ Select the Checkweighing application:
Press the k key repeatedly and confirm
with the ) key
Application parameters: Checkweighing
4.2. Checkweighing range
4.2.1* 30 to 170%
4.2.2 10% to infinit
4.3.
Control output for SET as:
4.3.1* Output “SET”
4.3.2 Ready to operate
4.4. Activation of outputs
4.4.1 Off
4.4.2 Always on
4.4.3 On at stability
4.4.4*On within checkweighing range
4.4.5On at stability within
checkweighing range
4.5. Parameter input
4.5.1Min, max, target value,
absolute values
4.5.2*Only target value with percent
limits
4.5.3 Target value with free percent
limits
4.5.4 Target value; min, max values
as relative weights to target
value
4.6.
Automatic printing
4.6.1* Off
4.6.2 On
4.6.3 Only values within tolerance
4.6.4 Only values outside tolerance
4.7.
Checkweighing toward zero
4. 7. 1* Off
4.7. 2 On
* = Factory setting
§ Save the settings with the ) key and exit
Setup: Press the ( key several times.
Application 2: Checkweighing O
Minimum Load
The minimum load required for
automatic taring of the container
weight on the platform (first weight),
or for automatic printout of results,
is configured in Setup under:
Appl: m.weigh: 3.5.
Digital I|O Interface
The Checkweighing application
supports the digital input|outputinterface.
There are 4 control lines, or outputs,
which are activated as follows (see also
the diagram below):
You can choose from the following
10 levels for this setting:
–
–
–
–
1 digit (no minimum load)
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
The “digits” here refer to the scale
intervals in the connected weighing
platform. If the interval of the
connected platform is 1 g, for example,
and 1000 digits are required, you must
place at least 1000 g (= 1000 intervals)
on the weighing platform to activate
autotaring or autoprint.
Display
The result of a measurement is shown
either as a weight value or in relation to
the target.
– Weight display
The measured value line always shows
the weight value, even if it lies outside
the tolerance range.
The bar graph is displayed with symbols
indicating lower limit, target and upper
limit. Weights are shown logarithmically
up to the lower tolerance limit, and
linearly beyond that point.
Kontrollbereich
Sollgewicht 170%
Unterer
Grenzwert
Oberer
Grenzwert
Kleiner
Gleich
Lighter
Equal
Heavier
Set
Größer
In Setup menu:
Appl 2:
check.wg: 4.4.
you can define whether these control
ports are
–
–
–
–
–
30 %
off
always on
activated at stability
on within the checkweighing range
on at stability within checkweighing
range
The “SET” output normally changes its
voltage level when the load is near the
target weight. Alternatively, you can
assign the “Ready for use” function to
this port. Configured in Setup under:
Appl 2:
check.wg: 4.3.
Set
Betriebsbereit
Digital I|O Interface
– “SET” control output: set
– port lines: always on
30 %
Kleiner
This enables you to, for example,
connect a simple indicator for weighing
or calculation results.
Gleich
All data output ports have a high
voltage level when:
Größer
– The application has not been initialized
– The weighing instrument is not at
stability and one of the “at stability ...”
parameters is selected
– The weight is not within checkweighing
range
– Relation to target value
Kontrollbereich
Sollgewicht 170%
Unterer
Grenzwert
Oberer
Grenzwert
Set
Betriebsbereit
Digital I|O Interface
– “SET” control output: set
– port lines: within the checkweighing
range
As “Weight display” above, with the
exception that:
– LL appears in the main display if the
weight value is less than the lower
limit
– HH is shown on the main display if
the weight value is higher than the
upper tolerance limit
Output port specifications:
– When not in use, the voltage level is
high: >3.7 V/+4 mA
– When activated, the voltage level is low:
<0.4 V/–4 mA
!The data outputs are not protected
from short circuits.
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Application 2: Checkweighing O
Example: 1
Checkweighing samples with a target weight of 1250 g and a tolerance range from -10 g to +30 g
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 2: Checkweighing
Setup: Printout, PRTPROT: 7.6, then select the menu line items of your choice
1280
6.)Enter value for the upper limit
(in this example, 1280 g)
OSave the value for the
upper limit
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1.)Begin input of target and
tolerance values
7.)Weigh samples
p
8.)Printing results
Note: If automatic printout
of results is enabled, you do
not need to press the p key.
The results are printed
automatically.
2.)Place a sample with the
target weight (in this example,
1250 g) on the platform
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3.)Save target value
Setp + 1.250 kg
Min + 1.240 kg
Max + 1.280 kg
Target
Minimum
Maximum
G# + 1.256 kg
T + 0.000 kg
N + 1.256 kg
Gross weight
Tare weight
Net weight
Lim + 0.48 %Percentage of deviation from
target*
1240
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4.)Enter value for lower limit
(in this example, 1240 g)
5.)Save value for the lower limit
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W.Diff+ 0.006 kgAbsolute deviation from target
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*When displayed in relation to
target value:
If the weight is lighter than
the lower limit, the display
shows: LL
If the weight is heavier than
the upper limit, the display
shows: HH
Checkweighing Toward Zero Application
Checkweighing Toward Zero Application
Example: 2
Checkweighing samples with a target weight of 1250 g and a tolerance range from -10 g to +30 g
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 2: Checkweighing toward zero (parameter 4. 7. 2)
Setup: Printout, PRTPROT 7.6, then select the menu line items of your choice
1280
6.)Enter value for the upper limit
(in this example, 1280 g)
OSave the value for the upper
limit
O
O
1.)Begin input of target and
tolerance values
7.)Weigh samples
p
8.)Printing results
Note: If automatic printout of
results is enabled, you do not
need to press the p key.
The results are printed
automatically.
2.)Place a sample with the target
weight (in this example,
1250 g) on the platform
3.)Save target value
Setp + 1.250 kg
Min + 1.240 kg
Max + 1.280 kg
Target
Minimum
Maximum
G# + 1.256 kg
T + 0.000 kg
N + 1.256 kg
Gross weight
Tare weight
Net weight
Lim + 0.48 %Percentage of deviation from
target*
1240
O
W.Diff+ 0.006 kgAbsolute deviation from target
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4.)Enter value for lower limit
(in this example, 1240 g)
*When displayed in relation to
target value:
If the weight is lighter than
the lower limit, the display
shows: LL
If the weight is heavier than
the upper limit, the display
shows: HH
5.)Save value for the lower limit
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Classification Application
W
Classification
Application W
With the Classification application, you
can determine whether the weight of a
given sample lies within the limits of a
defined weight class.
Characteristics
– Classification with 3 or 5 weight classes.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl 2:
class: 4.8.
– Enter the upper limits of weight classes
using the keypad or by saving weight
values from a load on the platform
– Enter the upper limits of weight classes
as absolute values or as a percentage
of deviation from the upper limit of
Class 1 Configured in the menu under:
Appl 2:
class: 4.9.
– Activate Info mode with the I key
– Toggle the main display between
classification display and weight display
by pressing the w key.
– Automatic printout configured in Setup
under:
Appl 2:
class: 4.10.
– Automatic taring of container weight.
Configured in Setup under:
appl: a.tare: 3.7.
– Automatic initialization when you
switch on the scale with most recently
saved application data. Configured in
Setup under:
appl: a.start: 3.8.
You can assign different functions to
the c key for deleting applications.
When you clear applications, you can
delete either the data stored for all
applications or just selected data stored
for the active application. Configured in
Setup under:
Appl: sel.cf: 3.24.
(Sel. CF function key c in
applications)
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– Tare function:
1) If you store a tare (weight value)
by pressing the ) key, you can later
enter a tare value manually. The tare
value you enter is added to the stored
tare value. Setting: menu code 3.25.1
(factory setting)
2) A tare value entered manually
overwrites a stored tare value
(weight value).
If you enter a tare value manually, a
tare value (weight value) stored later
overwrites the manually entered value.
Setting: menu code 3.25.2
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: W:: 3.25.
The initialization data remains valid
until deleted by pressing the c key or
until overwritten by a new value. They
remain saved after the scale is switched
off.
Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Select Setup: Press the k key
repeatedly until appl is displayed
§ Confirm appl: Press the ) key
– Restore factory default settings.
Configured in Setup under:
appl: def.app: 9.1.
§ Select the Classification application:
Press the k key repeatedly and
confirm with the ) key
To use the Classification application, you
need to enter the delimiters that separate
one class from another.
Limits between the individual weigh
classes are required for the classificatio .
The lower limit of Class 1 is defined by
the preset minimum load. The other
classes are configured by defining their
upper limits. There are two ways to enter
the delimiters for classes 1 through 3
(or 5):
– By saving the weight value indicated:
Each upper limit value, with the
exception of the highest class, is entered
using the keypad or by saving the weight
value of a load on the weighing platform.
– By entering a percentage:
The upper value of Class 1 is entered
using the keypad or by saving the
value indicated. Upper limits for the
other classes are defined by entering a
percentage of deviation from the upper
limit of Class 1, using the keypad.
Example: Enter 100 g as the upper limit
of Class 1. Then enter 15%.
When working with 3 classes, this yields
the following weight classes:
Class 0: up to the minimum load
Class 1: >minimum load - 100 g
Class 2: >100 g – 115 g
Class 3: >115 g - maximum load
When working with 5 classes, this yields
the following weight classes:
Class 0: up to the minimum load
Class 1: >minimum load - 100 g
Class 2: >100 g – 115 g
Class 3: >115 g – 130 g
Class 4: >130 g – 145 g
Class 5: >145 g - maximum load
Classification Application Parameters
3.6.Minimum Load for Initialization
and Defining the Class 1 Lower
Limit
3.6.1*
1 digit
3.6.2
2 digits
3.6.3
5 digits
3.6.4
10 digits
3.6.5
20 digits
3.6.6
50 digits
3.6.7
100 digits
3.6.8
200 digits
3.6.9
500 digits
3.6.10 1000 digits
4.3.
Control output for SET as:
4.3.1*
Output “SET”
4.3.2Process control systems
ready to operate
4.7.
Activation of outputs
4.7.1
Off
4.7.2
Always on
4.7.3*
On at stability
4.8. Number of classes
4.8.1*
3 classes
4.8.2
5 classes
4.9. Parameter input
4.9.1*
Weight values
4.9.2
Percentage values
4.10. Automatic printing
4.10.1* Off
4.10.2 On
* = Factory setting
§ Save the settings with the ) key and
exit Setup: Press the ( key several
times.
Classification Application
Minimum Load
The minimum load for the first class
is configured in Setup under:
class: 3.6.
Once the limit is exceeded by the load,
initialization can begin.
Once the application is initialized, a
weight value below the minimum load is
designated Class 0; no class is displayed.
The minimum load required for
automatic taring of the container
weight on the platform (first weight),
or for automatic printout of results,
is configured in Setup under:
Appl: m.weigh: 3.5.
You can choose from the following
10 levels for this setting:
1 digit
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
The “digits” here refer to the scale
intervals in the connected weighing
platform. If the interval of the
connected platform is 1 g, for example,
and 1000 digits are required, you must
place at least 1000 g (=1000 intervals)
on the weighing platform for the first
class to activate autotaring or autoprint.
Digital I|O Interface
The Classification application supports
the digital input/output-interface.
There are 4 control lines, or outputs,
which are activated as follows (see also
the diagram below):
–
–
With 3 classes:
– Class 1
– Class 2
– Class 3
– Set
With five classes:
– Classes 1/2
– Classes 2/3/4
– Classes 4/5
– Set
In Setup menu:
Appl 2:
class: 4.7.
you can define whether these control
ports are
– off
– always on
– activated at stability
The “SET” output normally changes
its voltage level when the current
weight exceeds the minimum load.
Alternatively, you can assign the
“Ready for use” function to this port.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl 2:
class: 4.3.
W
Mindestlast
Maximallast
Klasse
1
2
3
Klasse 1
Klasse 2
Klasse 3
Set
Betriebsbereit
Digital I|O Interface
Control lines when working with 3 classes
Mindestlast
Maximallast
Klasse
1
2
3
4
5
Klasse 1/2
Klasse 2/3/4
Klasse 4/5
Display
The result of a given measurement is
shown as either a weight value or a class
number.
– Weight display:
The current weight is shown in the
measured value line and the current
class in the text line.
Set
Betriebsbereit
– Display of classes:
The current class is shown in the
measured value line, and the current
weight in the text line.
Digital I|O Interface
Control lines when working with 5 classes
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Classification Application
W
Example:
Defining three classes.
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 2: Classification
Setup: Printout, PRTPROT 7.6, then select the menu line items of your choice
O
1.)Begin input of class delimiters
110
O
2.)Enter the upper limit for
Class 1 using the keypad
(in this example, 110 g)
3.)Save the upper limit for
Class 1
Read the result
p
+
130
4.)Enter the upper limit for
Class 2 using the keypad
(in this example, 130 g)
O
5.)Save the upper limit for
Class 2
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6.)Place the sample on the
weighing platform
7.)Printing results
Note: If automatic printout of
results is enabled, you do not
need to press the p key.
The results are printed
automatically.
Lim1 + 0.110 kg
see chapter:
wRef + 0.130 kg Configuring Printouts
G# + 0.118 kg
T + 0.000 kg
N + 0.118 g
Class 2
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Totalizing Application s
Totalizing Application s
With the Totalizing application, you
can add weight values to the totalizing
memory. In addition to weight values,
the number of separate values added
to memory is also saved (transaction
counter).
Characteristics
– Totalize up to 999 individual weights
Save values automatically:
– Simultaneous saving of net values
and calculated values (if available).
Configured in Setup under: Appl 3:
totaliz: 3.16.
– Save weight values and calculated
values from either Application 1
(for example, Counting, Weighing
in Percent) or Application 2 (Check­
weighing). Configured in Setup under:
Appl 3:
totaliz: 3.22.
– Current transaction number displayed in
the text line (indicating the transactions
already added)
– Weighing in up to a defined target,
with the totalization memory content
+ current weight displayed in the text
lines
– Save weight values manually or
automatically
– Activate Info mode with the I key
– Automatic printout when value saved
– Automatic taring of container weight.
Configured in Setup under:
appl: a.tare: 3.7.
– Incomplete totalizing routines saved
in battery-backed memory after
Signum® 3 is switched off. Configured
in Setup under:
Appl: a.start: 3.8.
– You can assign different functions to
the c key for deleting applications.
When you clear applications, you can
delete either the data stored for all
applications or just selected data stored
for the active application. Configured in
Setup under:
Appl: sel.cf: 3.24.
(Sel. CF function key c in
applications)
– Tare function:
1) If you store a tare (weight value)
by pressing the ) key, you can later
enter a tare value manually. The tare
value you enter is added to the stored
tare value.
Setting: menu code 3.25.1 (factory
setting)
2) A tare value entered manually
overwrites a stored tare value
(weight value).
If you enter a tare value manually,
a tare value (weight value) stored later
overwrites the manually entered value.
Setting: menu code 3.25.2
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: tare.f: 3.25.
– Restore factory default settings.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: def.app: 9.1.
The Signum has a totalizing memory
for totalizing individual net and gross
values. Weight values can be saved to
the totalizing memory either manually
or automatically. In Setup under:
Appl 3:
totaliz: 3.16.
– Save value manually by pressing the
O key.
The value taken from the active
platform is added to the value already
saved in totalization memory and the
transaction counter value is increased
by one.
When a value is added manually, the
program does not check whether the
platform has been unloaded since the
last time the O key was pressed.
– Value saved automatically when the
weighing platform is stable and the
defined minimum load is exceeded.
If the defined minimum load is not
exceeded, you can save the item
manually by pressing the O key.
Regardless of these settings, the current
value cannot be saved automatically
unless the platform is unloaded before
the next sample is placed on it. The
weighing platform is considered to be
unloaded when the load is less than
50% of the minimum load.
The number of items added to memory
is displayed in the text line.
Press the c key to clear the totalizing
memory. A printout is automatically
generated.
With 2 weighing platforms connected,
you can add values from both platforms
to the totalizing memory. The displayed
result is accurately calculated in the
active weight unit.
Example: When you add 1243 g
(determined on a weighing platform
with three decimal places) to 1400 g
(determined on a platform with
1 decimal place), the display shows
2643 g.
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Totalizing Application s
Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Select Setup: Press the k key
repeatedly until appl is displayed
§ Confir
appl: Press the ) key
§ Select the Totalizing application:
Press the k key repeatedly and
confirm with the ) key
Totalizing Application Parameters
3. 6.Minimum load for autosave
3.6.1*
1 digit
3.6.2
2 digits
3.6.3
5 digits
3.6.4
10 digits
3.6.5
20 digits
3.6.6
50 digits
3.6.7
100 digits
3.6.8
200 digits
3.6.9
500 digits
3.6.10 1000 digits
3.16. Autosave mode
3.16.1* Off
3.16.2 On
3.17. Individual/Component printout
when saved
3.17.1Automatic printing off
3.17.2*Print the entire standard
print configuration
every time with the
O key
3.22. Source of values for data saved
automatically
3.22.1* Application 1
3.22.2 Application 2
3.23.
Saved value
3.23.1* Net
3.23.2 Calculated
3.23.3 Net and Calculated
* = Factory setting
§ Save the settings with the ) key and
exit Setup: Press the ( key several
times.
Minimum Load
The minimum load required for
automatic taring of the container
weight on the platform (first weight)
is configured in Setup under:
Appl: m.weigh: 3.5.
The minimum amount that a
component must weigh before it
can be saved in totalizing memory
is configured in Setup under:
appl 3:
totaliz: 3.6.
You can choose from the following
10 levels for this setting:
1 digit
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
The “digits” here refer to the scale
intervals in the connected weighing
platform. If the interval of the
connected platform is 1 g, for example,
and 1000 digits are required, you must
place at least 1000 g (= 1000 intervals)
on the weighing platform for autotaring
(only with the “Autotare first weight”
option selected).
Printout
In Setup menu:
appl 3:
totaliz: 3.17.
You can configure whether a printout
is generated manually by pressing
the p key or automatically when a
weight value is stored in the totalizing
memory.
If you select the 3.17.1 menu item,
printouts can only be generated
manually by pressing the p key
(single printout).
If the 3.17. 2. menu item is selected
(Print one component), the component
record is printed.
The total data record is printed when
you clear the totalizing memory
(by pressing the c key).
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Totalizing Application s
Example:
Totalizing weight values.
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 3: Totalizing
Setup: Printout, PRTPROT 7.6
Setup: Device Parameters: Printout: Printer 1: Select “Component log:
Auto printout”, then select the menu line items of your choice PRT PROT: 7.7.
Setup: Printout: Printer 1: Select “Total data record:
Printout as per CF key,” then select the menu line items of your choice PRTPROT: 7.8.
1.)Place the first weight on the
weighing platform
Weight value is displayed
O
4.)Place the second weight
on the weighing platform
Weight value is displayed
2.)Store first weight value in
totalizing memory
O
G# + 0.250 kg
Component weight is printed
T + 0.000 kg automatically (configure
N + 0.250 kg component log)
n 1
5.)Store second weight value in
totalizing memory
G# + 1.346 kg
Component weight is printed
T + 0.346 kg automatically (configure
N + 1.000 kg component log)
n 2
The transaction counter value
is increased by one.
The transaction counter value
is increased to two
3.)Remove the first weight from
the weighing platform
W
6.)Toggle display between
individual value and total
c
7.)End totalizing
*G + 1.346 g
Component weight is printed
*N + 1.250 g automatically (configured
n 2 component log).
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Net-total Formulation Application R
Net-total Formulation
Application R
With this application, you can weigh in
different components up to a defined
total. Each component is saved in the
net-total memory.
Characteristics
– Weigh in up to 999 components in
series
– Net total formulation cannot be
combined with a level 1 or level 2
application
– Current component number displayed
in the text lines (indicating the
component to be added)
– Toggle the display from “component
mode” to “additive mode” by pressing
the w key.
– Component mode: Display the weight
of the component currently on the
platform (for 1 second after it is
saved; then the platform is tared)
– Additive mode: Display the weight of
all components on the platform (after
it is saved, the net weight of the last
component added is displayed briefly
– Activate Info mode with the I key
– Automatic component printout when it
is saved. Configured in Setup under:
appl 3:
Net Tot: 3.17.
If the 3.17.2 menu item is selected,
the entire component record is printed.
If the 3.17.3 menu item is selected, the
following items are generated only once
for the first component:
Blank line, date, time, ID1 through ID4,
header lines 1 and 2. For subsequent
components, each “component” item
(“Comp xx”) is followed by a blank line.
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– Automatic taring of container weight.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: a.tare: 3.7.
– Restore factory default settings.
Configured in Setup under:
Appl: def.app: 9.1.
Net-total Formulation Application R
Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Select Setup: Press the k key
repeatedly until appl is displayed
§ Confir
appl: Press the ) key
§ Selecting the Net-total Formulation
Application:
Press the k key repeatedly and
confirm with the ) key
Net-total Formulation Application
Parameters
3.6.
Minimum load for autosave
3.6.1*
1 digit
3.6.2
2 digits
3.6.3
5 digits
3.6.4
10 digits
3.6.5
20 digits
3.6.6
50 digits
3.6.7
100 digits
3.6.8
200 digits
3.6.9
500 digits
3.6.10 1000 digits
3.17. Individual/Component printout
when saved
3.17.1Automatic printing off
3.17.2*Print the entire standard
print configuration
every time with the
O key
3.17.3*Print the entire standard
print configuration once
with the O key
* = Factory setting
§ Save the settings with the ) key and
exit Setup: Press the ( key several
times.
Minimum Load
The minimum amount that a
component must weigh before it
can be saved in net-total memory is
configured in Setup under: appl 3
Net Tot: 3.6.
Once the limit is exceeded by the load,
the value can be saved. If the load on
platform is too light, the following will
occur when you try to save a value:
– Error code Inf 29 appears,
– The weight is not saved
The minimum load required for
automatic taring of the container
weight on the platform (first weight)
is configured in Setup under:
Appl: m.weigh: 3.5.
You can choose from the following
10 levels for this setting:
1 digit
2 digits
5 digits
10 digits
20 digits
50 digits
100 digits
200 digits
500 digits
1000 digits
The “digits” here refer to the scale
intervals in the connected weighing
platform. If the interval of the
connected platform is 1 g, for example,
and 1000 digits are required, you must
place at least 1000 g (= 1000 intervals)
on the weighing platform for saving.
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Net-total Formulation Application R
Example:
Weighing in 3 components of a formulation recipe.
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application 3: Net total
Setup: Printout, PRT PROT: 7.7. Printer 1:
Select “Component log: Auto printout”, then select the menu line items of your choice
Setup: Printout; PRT PROT: 7.8 Printer 1:
Select “Total data record: Printout as per CF key,” then select the menu line items of your choice
1.)Place empty container on the platform
)
2.)Tare the scale.
Note: If the automatic tare function is enabled, you do not need to press the ) key to tare the
platform; the tare weight is saved automatically when you place the container on the platform
Prompt to fill and save the first component is shown
3.)Add the first component to the container (in this example: 1100 g)
The weight of the first component is displayed
O
4.)Save the first component weight
Cmp001+ 1.100 kg
The component record is printed automatically
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Net-total Formulation Application R
The weighing platform is tared
and the component counter
value is increased by one.
Prompt to fill and save the
second component is shown
5.)Add the second component
to the container
(in this example: 525 g)
8.)Add the third component
to the container until the
desired target is reached
(in this example: 2000 g)
The total weight is displayed
O
The weight of the second
component is displayed
9.)Save the third component
weight
Cmp003+ 0.375 kg
The component record is
printed automatically
O
The component counter
value is increased by one.
Prompt to fill and save the
fourth component is shown
6.)Save the second component
weight
Cmp002+ 0.525 kg
The component record
is printed automatically
The weighing platform is tared
and the component counter
value is increased by one.
Prompt to fill and save the
third component is shown
w
7.)Toggle to the “additive mode”,
to display the total weight of
all components
The value displayed equals the
weight of components added
up to now plus the current
weight on the platform.
c
10.)End weighing-in operation
Results are printed
automatically (configured
total data record)
n + 3
Number of components
Tot.cp+ 2.000 kg
Content of component
memory
Cont.T+ 0.296 kg
Content of tare memory
(container weight)
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Examples of Application Combinations
Example: “Portioning” (counting, checkweighing with totalizing)
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Setup: Application parameters: Application 1: Counting (count)
Setup: Application parameters: Application 2: Checkweighing (check.wg)
Setup: Application parameters: Application 3: Totalizing: Saved value: Net + Calculated (3.23.3)
Setup: Application parameters: Application 3: Totalizing: Autosave: On (3.16.2)
Setup: Application parameters: Application 3: Totalizing: Source of data: Application 2 (3.22.2)
Setup: Printout: PRT PROT 7.8. Printer 1:
“Total: Print printout when FN pressed,” then select the menu line items of your choice (x.xx.x)
e
1.)Switch on the scale and enter settings as above
c
2.)Delete any data from previous operation
3.)Place empty container on the platform.
)
4.)Tare the scale.
Note: If the automatic tare function is enabled, you do not need to press the ) key to tare the
platform; the tare weight is saved automatically when you place the container on the platform
5.)Place a number of parts in the container for the reference quantity (in this example, 10 pcs)
O
6.)Start calculation of reference sample weight
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If the weight is too light,
an error code is shown in
the main display Inf 29
Reduce the minimum load
setting or increase the
reference sample quantity
setting and the number of
parts in the container
D
11.)Add desired number of
pieces
7.)Toggle to Checkweighing
saved automatically
O
8.) Initialize Checkweighing
100
9.)Enter target value, minimum
and maximum (in this
example, target 100 pieces,
minimum 100 pieces,
maximum 102 pieces)
O
The number of pieces is
saved
12.)Unload the scale:
Remove the samples
13.)Perform further counting
operations as desired
w
14.)Toggle display from
individual value to total
c
15.)End the portioning options
and print the final evaluation
100
O
102
O
D
10.)Toggle to Totalizing
-------------------nRef + 10 pcs
wRef + 0.001000 kg
Setp + 100 pcs
Min + 100 pcs
Max + 102 pcs
Configured printout: Total
n 6
*N + 0.600 kg
Total + 600 pcs
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Configuring Printouts
Configuring
Printouts
Purpose
You can configure individual printout
formats for each application. Using the
total data record for Totalizing and Net
total formulation applications, you can
define which parameters are printed
using the c key.
In the “Print parameters” Setup menu,
single, component and total data
records can be configured, which
contain the available print items for the
respective applications. This should be
carried out after setting the applications
since some data in the printout is
application-dependent.
Characteristics
– Quantity and extent of printout lists:
6 lists each with a max. length of 30
print items
- Single printout Printer 1
- Component printout Printer 1
- Total data printout Printer 1
- Single printout Printer 2
- Component printout Printer 2
- Total data printout Printer 2
– Single, component and total data
records can be configured separately
– Print single printout: p key
Auto printout of application when
Setup menu is activated:
– Animal weighing (averaging)
– Checkweighing
– Classification
– Print component printout:
Totalizing/Net-total formulation
with the O key (Setup: Application
3: Totalizing: Printout: Component
printout)
– Print total data printout:
For selected application Totalizing/
Net-total formulation with c key
– When switching to another application
in Setup, only the applicationdependent printout lists are deleted.
The other printout lists remain saved.
– Print items can be deleted individually:
Press and hold the ( key
– Print items “Form Feed” for record
footer:
Move to the next label start for printer
type: YDP01IS: “Label” and YDP04IS,
setting “Label, manual form feed”
– ISO/GLP/GMP-compliant printout:
The Setup menu configuration under
“ISO/GMP-compliant printout” is also
active for configured printouts.
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Preparation
§ Turn scale on: Press the e key
§ While all segments are lit, press the
) key
§ Select Setup menu: Press the k key
repeatedly until setup is displayed
§ Select “Confi . printout:” Press the
) key
§ Press the k key repeatedly until
prtpot is displayed
§ Press the ) key
prtprot
(see page 35 for a detailed menu list)
7
9
7.4Header and ID header input
7.5 Interface quantity
7.6 Standard interface
7.7 Component interface
7.8 Result interface
7.13 ISO/GMP
7.14 Date without time
7.15Automatic printout after
stability
7.16 Flex print
7.17 Decimal separator
9.1
Factory settings
– The rows of the printout list can be
called up and activated individually.
Example: see under Configuration,
menu item 7.6
– The print selection set as active appears
with the left selection bar on the
display, e.g. gross, tare, net.
§ Extend printout, press the ) key, the
selection bar now appears on the right
of the display.
§ Select print items using the k key
§ Apply the desired print items by
pressing the ) key
§ Press the ( key to change the print
selection set as active.
The selection bar appears on the left.
The required print item is set as active
and appears in the printout.
.
– Print items can be deleted individually
from the active printout selection:
Press and hold the ( key
§ Save the settings with the ) key and
exit Setup: Press the ( key several
times.
Additional Functions
Printing the “Selection” and “List”
Settings
– LIST: Output of the current printout
list
SELECT: Print currently selectable items
§ When the select bar is on LIST or
SELECT:
Press the p key
> Printout (example)
Indiv.Prt
List
====================
Net (N)
Gross (G#)
Tare
Tare (T2/PT2)
Piece count
====================
etc.
Configuring Printouts
Example:
Standard printout for data output from the Counting application
Settings (different from the factory settings):
Applications: Application 1: Counting
Then access Setup: Printout: Printer 1: “Individual: print by pressing p”
§ Select Setup menu: Press the k key repeatedly until setup is displayed
§ Select “Confi . printout:” Press the ) key
§ Press the k key repeatedly until prtpot is displayed
§ Press the ) key
)
1.)Press the ) key until 7.4
appears in the display
k
7.)Press the k key until
------- appears in the display
)
8.)Press the ) key to apply
the selection
k
2.)Press the k key until 7.6
appears in the display
k
9.)Press the k key until
ref.-gew appears in the
display
)
3.)Press the ) key to display
the list of print items (active
print selection)
)
10.)Press the ) key to apply
the selection
11.)Selecting additional printout
items: see previous steps
(
12.)To complete the selection
of print items, press the
( key until appl appears
in the display
13.)Press and hold the ) key
(2–3 sec) to switch to
weighing mode
14.)Carry out weighing and then
print
p
15.)Press the p key to print
the results
--------------------
wRef + 0.4000 g
Printout example
)
4.)Press the ) key to go to the
selection list
First printout list of selection
list
blank
)
Or
k
5.)Press the ) key to add the
displayed print item from the
selection list to the list of print
items.
6.)Press the k key to go to
the possible print items in the
selection list.
Selection of available print
items, see setup: prtprot
(Settings)
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Product Data Memory
Product Data Memory
Purpose
The product data memory stores
initialization data and user data
(product and tare values).
Characteristics
– The product data memory has 100
memory cells for product or tare values.
– For example, you can store 80 sets of
application data and 20 tare values.
– Each memory cell is uniquely identified
by a number up to three digits.
– The product data memory can be used
with the following applications:
Application level 1
– weigh.
– count.
– neutr.m
– anim.wg
– perc.wg
Application level 2
– check.wg
– class.
– Data records can be created, overwritten
and individually deleted
– Data remains stored when the scale is
switched off
Functions
Saving product data (in this example, in
the Counting application):
Displaying information for a specific
product or tare value:
§ Enter a memory number and press
the I key.
§ Use the k key to select between
wRef (average piece weight) and
nRef (quantity).
§ Use the ) key to scroll the displayed
value to the right.
§ Activate the displayed memory by
pressing the R key.
§ Delete the displayed memory by
pressing and holding the c key
(min. 2 seconds).
§ Exit the mode by pressing the c key.
Displaying information for all product
or tare memories:
§ Enter a memory number and press the
R key.
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Loading the average piece weight or
reference sample quantity:
§ Enter the memory cell number and
press the I key.
§ Use the k key to select between
wRef (average piece weight) and
nRef (quantity).
§ Use the ) key to scroll the displayed
value to the right.
§ Delete the displayed memory by
pressing and holding the c key
(min. 2 seconds).
§ Press the R key to activate the
selected memory number.
§ Display the saved product values using
the I key.
§ Press and hold the c key (at least
for 2 seconds) to delete the selected
memory number.
Deleting a specific memory number:
§ Enter a memory number and press and
hold the c key.
Activation of saved product or tare
values:
§ Enter the memory cell number using
the keypad, and press and hold the
R key (min. 2 Seconds).
§ Press the k key to scroll through in
lexical order (e.g. 1, 3, 333, 4, ...).
§ Enter a memory number and press and
hold the R key (min. 2 seconds).
§ Enter a memory number and press and
hold the t key (min. 2 seconds).
§ Determine the average piece weight
using one of the methods described
above.
§ Activate the displayed memory by
pressing the R key.
§ Exit the mode by pressing the c key.
§ Allocate preset tare memory.
§ Initialize the application.
§ Press the R key to display the first
memory number.
§ Initialize the application.
Saving preset tare values:
Saving the average piece weight:
Example:
Using the Counting application with
a stored average piece weight.
Settings (different from the factory
settings):
Setup: Application parameters:
Application: Counting (Count.)
§ Exit the mode by pressing the c key.
Overwriting data in memory cell:
§ To save a new average piece weight in
a memory cell already in use, enter the
desired memory cell number using the
keypad and press and hold the R key
(min. 2 seconds). The previous average
piece weight is overwritten.
Deleting an average piece weight:
§ Enter the memory cell number of the
average piece weight to be overwritten
and press the I key.
§ Delete the displayed value by pressing
and holding the c key (min.
2 seconds).
Data Interface
Data Interface
Purpose
Signum -3-Ex scales have an intrinsically safe data interface which can be connected to a computer (or any other
peripheral device) using a barrier (e.g. YDI05-Z). You can use a computer to change, start and/or monitor functions
of weighing instruments and application programs. The data interface is also used for the control lines of the
“Checkweighing” application program.
! Warning when using pre-wired connecting cables:
Cables purchased from other manufacturers often have pin assignments that are not permissible for use with Sartorius
devices. Be sure to check the pin assignments against the chart in this manual before connecting the cable, and
disconnect any lines identified differently from those specified by Sartorius. Failure to do so may cause malfunction,
damage or even completely ruin your weighing system and/or peripheral device(s).
Features
Type of interface:
Serial interface
Interface operating mode:
full duplex, (RS485 half duplex)
Level:
RS232, RS485, RS422
Transmission rate:
150, 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 and 19200 baud
Parity:
Space, uneven, even, without
Character transmission:
Start bit, 7-bit ASCII, parity, 1 or 2 stop bits
Handshake:
For 2-wire interface: Software (XON/XOFF) For 4-wire interface:
Hardware (CTS/DTR)
Operating mode:
SBI, XBPI*, SMA, various printers
Network address**:
0, 1, 2, …, 30, 31
SBI output format:
16 or 22 characters
Printout of application data: Output of a configurable printout
* XBPI communication mode: Always 9600 baud, 8-bit, odd parity, 1 stop bit
** Network address is only relevant for the XBPI mode
Factory Setting of the Parameters:
Depends on the device configured; for example: “SBI” setting
Transmission rate:
1200 baud
Parity:
Odd
Stop bits:
1 stop bit
Handshake:
Hardware handshake, 1 character after CTS
Operating mode:
SBI
Network address:
0
Print (manual/automatic)
Manual after stability
Cancel automatic printing:
Not possible
Time-dependent automatic
printout:
After 1 display update
Tare after individual printout:
Off
Line format:
For other apps./GLP (22 characters)
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Data Interface
Pin Assignment Chart RS232
Round socket with screw lock hardware
for model SIWXSDC / SIWXSBB
Pinbelegung
F
polige Rundbuchse
mit Schraubverbindung
14COM1
female connectors:
Round
socket
with
screw lock hardware
Pinbelegung
for model SIWXSDC / SIWXSBB
Round socket
Pinbelegung
with screw lock hardware
for model SIWXSDC / SIWXSBB
Plattform:im sicheren Bereich)
Zenerbarriere (Ausgang
YDI01-Z, YDI02-Z, YDI03-Z:
F
G
E
M
Schnittstellenbuchse:
Schnittstellenbuchse:
14
polige Rundbuchse
mit Schraubverbindung
COM1
female connectors:
Plattform:im sicheren Bereich)
Zenerbarriere (Ausgang
YDI01-Z, YDI02-Z, YDI03-Z:
Plattform:
Pin Assignment Chart RS485
Pin Assignment Chart RS422
Schnittstellenbuchse:
COM1
female connectors:
14
polige Rundbuchse
mit Schraubverbindung
G
Steckerbelegungsplan
Steckerbelegungsplan
Steckerbelegungsplan
G
E
M
O
O
D
D
J
J
C
N
A
B
C
C
N
N
L
L
K
O
H
D
J
E
M
H
H
Zenerbarriere (Ausgang
YDI01-Z, YDI02-Z, YDI
F
K
A
L
K
B
A
B
14 pol. Signal RS485
12 pol.
Signal RS2321)
14
pol. Signal
12 pol.
Signal RS2321)
12 pol.
Signal RS2321)
view
Rundstecker
Front(xBPI)
Rundstecker
Front
viewRS485
Barriere
(SBI und xBPI)
Barriere
(SBI und xBPI)
Rundstecker
Barriere
(SBI und xBPI)
(xBPI)
G
A
Steuerausgang »größer«
G
A
Steuerausgang »größer«
Steuerausgang »größer«
G
A
Steuerausgang »größer«
Steuerausgang »größer«
B
Datenausgang (TxD)
B
Datenausgang (TxD) KCOM1
RxDpin
– TxD
–N
KCOM1 pin assignments
B
Datenausgang (TxD) KCOM1
RxDpin
– TxD
–N
assignments
assignments
J
C
Dateneingang
(RxD)
J
C
Dateneingang
(RxD)
RxD
–
TxD
–
P
J
C
Dateneingang (RxD)
RxD – TxD – P
NRound plug, 14-pin
D
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
NRound plug, 14-pin
D
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
NRound plug, 14-pin
D
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
M
E
Signal GND
M
E
Signal GND
Signal GND
M
E
Signal GND
Signal GND
Steuerausgang »kleiner«
F
G3)
Steuerausgang »kleiner«
Steuerausgang »kleiner«
F
G3)
Steuerausgang »kleiner«
Steuerausgang »kleiner«
F
G3)
(CTS)
Clear to send
Signal GND
H
Clear to Send (CTS)
H
Clear to Send (CTS) APin A:
APin A:
H
Clear to Send (CTS) APin A:
Steuerausgang »gleich«
J3)
Steuerausgang »gleich«EPin B:
Steuerausgang
»gleich«
J3)
Steuerausgang »gleich«EPin B:
Steuerausgang
»gleich«
EPin B:
J3)
send
(DTR-)
Clear to
O
Universal-Taste 2)
Universal-Taste 2) –
O
Universal-Taste 2)
Universal-Taste 2) –
O
–
Universal-Taste 2)
send
(DTR+) Steuerausgang »set« DPin C:
Clear to
Steuerausgang »set«
Steuerausgang
»set«L3)
L 3)
Steuerausgang »set« DPin C:
Steuerausgang
»set«
DPin C:
L 3)
Schirm
niederohmig
mit Steckergehäuse
verbinden
Schirm
niederohmig
Schirm
niederohmig
mit Steckergehäuse
verbinden
Output: “set”
Pin D:
Control
Output: “set”
Pin D:
Control
- mit Steckergehäuse verbinden
Pin D:
pol. view
14Front
1 Pin E:
1 Pin E:
Controlaufoutput:
Pin E: Control output: “equal”
Data terminal
) RS232-Schnittstelle
Anfrage “equal”
) RS232-Schnittstelle
auf Anfrageready (CTS-)
) RS232-Schnittstelle auf Anfrage
2
2
)Pin
Funktion
Abschnitt
Zusatzfunktionen,
)Pin
Funktion
siehe
Abschnitt
Zusatzfunktionen,
»Externer Universaltaster«
)Pin
Funktion
Abschnitt
Zusatzfunktionen,
F: siehe
output:
“lighter”»Externer Universaltaster«
Control
F: siehe
output:
“lighter”»Externer Universaltaster«
F:
terminal
ready
(CTS+)
Control
Data
3
3
)
Nur
bei
YDI03-Z
3
) Nur bei YDI03-Z
) Nur bei YDI03-Z
1
2
Pin G: Control output: “heavier”
Pin G: Control output: “heavier”
Pin G: Data output (RxD+)
Pin H: Pin H: Pin H: Wichtig!
Wichtig!
Wichtig!
input
Pin
J:
input
(RxD)
J:
GND
Data
Signal
Pin
Pin
!
An
die J:
Zenerbarriere
dürfen
nur(RxD-TxD-P)
elektrische
Betriebsmittel
mit einer max. Spannu
!
An
die
Zenerbarriere
dürfen
nur
elektrische
Betriebsmittel
mit
einer
max.
Spannung
U Data
von 250
V angeschlossen
werden.
Die Zener! An die Zenerbarriere dürfen nur elektrische Betriebsmittel mit einer max. Spannung U von 250 V angeschlossen werden. Die ZenerV.
spannung
V.
spannung
Pin K:U beträgt
(RxD-TxD-N)
Data12output
Pin K:U beträgt
Pin K:U beträgt
(TxD)
(TxD-)
Data12output
Data12input
V.
spannung
Pin L: Pin L: Pin L: Pin M: Signal GND
Pin M: Signal GND
Pin M: Data output (RxD-)
Pin N: Pin N: Data terminal ready (DTR)
Pin N: Data input (TxD+)
Pin O: Universal switch input
Pin O: Universal switch input
Pin O: m
m
Z
Z
Z
Attention: Verification of Intrinsic
Safety. Drawing 36953-750-60
must be observed!
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Data Interface
Configuring the Data Interface
as a COM Port ( datprot,
when com1 is not RS485 )
You can configure the interface as a
COM port in either COM1 or UniCOM,
“Data Protocol” (datprot) menu item.
SBI communication
This is a simple ASCII interface.
Data output is configured under menu
items 6.1 and 6.3:
– Manual output of displayed value with
or without stability (menu items 6.1.1
and 6.1.2)
– Automatic output of displayed value
with or without stability (menu items
6.1.4 and 6.1.5) at intervals defined by
display updates. The number of display
intervals is set in menu item 6.3.
– Output of a configurable printout.
Output is linked to the “Printouts”
menu item prtprot), (see page 81
“Configuring Printouts”)
If you do not activate and configure a
user-definable data record, the printout
simply contains the current value
displayed on the display and control
unit (weight with unit, calculated value,
alphanumeric display).
SMA communication
Standardized communications protocol
of the Scale Manufacturers Association
Data Input Format
(Commands)
You can connect a computer to your scale
to send commands controlling weighing
instrument functions and applications via
the interface port.
All commands use the same data input
format. They start with the ESC character
(ASCII 27) and end with a carriage return
(CR; ASCII 13) and a line feed (LF; ASCII
10). The total length of a command is
anywhere from 4 characters (1 command
character between the start and end
described above) to a max. of 7 characters
(4 command characters).
The commands listed in the following table
must each be supplemented with ESC ...
CR LF.
Example: The command character for
output is “P” (“output to Port”). To trigger
this command, send the string: “ESC P
CR LF”.
Command Meaning
K
Weighing mode 1
L
Weighing mode 2
Weighing mode 3
M
N
Weighing mode 4
O
Lock keys
PSend display value
to data interface
Output acoustic signal
Q
Release keys
R
T
Taring and zeroing
(Combined Tare function)
f3_Zero (see also the “kZE_”
command)
f4_
Tare without zeroing
(see also “kT_” command)
F1: Trigger k key function
kF1_
F2: Trigger c key function
kF2_
kF3_
F3: Trigger r key function
F4: Trigger O key function
kF4_
F5: Trigger w key function
kF5_
Command
Meaning
kF6_F6: Trigger I key function
d key
kF7_
D key
kF8_
R
kF9_
kCF_ CF: Trigger c key function
kP_
Trigger p key function
Print at printer interface
Trigger T key function
kT_
(Tare)
kNW_Trigger n key function
(toggle the weighing platform)
kZE_ Trigger ( key function (Zero)
x1_Output model designation of
active scale
Example: “SIWXSDCP-3-16-H«
Output serial number of
x2_
active scale,
Example: “0012345678”
Output software version of
x3_
active scale,
Example: “00-20-04”
Input: printout header 1
z1_
Input: printout header 2
z2_
txx...x_xx...x: Input text for main display.
Length of corresponding input
The ASCII code for the “underline”
character (“_”) is 95 decimal.
Format for entering printout header lines:
“ESC z x a ... a _ CR LF” with x = 1 or 2
and a ... a: 1 to 20 characters for header x,
followed by the underline, CR and LF
characters.
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Data Interface
Data Output Format
Error Message:
Each line in a print job can contain up to 22 characters (up to
20 printable characters plus two control characters). The first
6 characters, called the “data header”, identify the subsequent
value.
You can suppress the header under menu item 7.2 in the
“Printouts” menu; in this case, the print job has up to 16 characters
(up to 14 printable characters plus two control characters).
Pos.
Examples:
+ 235 pcs
Qnt + 235 pcs
Example (output of weight value of +1255.7 g):
without Header
with Header
Display segments that are not activated are output as spaces.
Values with no decimal point are output without a decimal point.
Data Output Format with 16 Characters (without Data Header)
Normal Operation:
Pos.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516
+ * A A A A A A A A * E E E CRLF
or
– * A A A A A A A A * E E E CRLF
or
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * CRLF
+-: Plus or minus sign
*:Space
A: Digit or letter (max. 7 characters plus decimal point)
E:Unit symbol (1-3 letters followed by 2-0 spaces)
CR: Carriage return
LF: Line feed
Special Codes:
Pos.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516
* * * * * * – – * * * * * * CRLF
or
* * * * * * H * * * * * * * CRLF
or
* * * * * * H H * * * * * * CRLF
or
* * * * * * L * * * * * * * CRLF
or
* * * * * * L L * * * * * * CRLF
or
* * * * * * C * * * * * * * CRLF
*: Space
– –: Final readout
H: Overload
HH: Overload in checkweighing
L: Underweight
LL: Underweight in checkweighing
C: Adjustment
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516
* * * E r r * * # # * * * * CRLF
or
* * * E r r * # # # * * * * CRLF
*: Space
#: Error code number (2 or 3 digits)
Pos.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516
+ * * * 1 2 5 5. 7 * g * * CRLF
Position 1:
Plus +, or minus – or space
Position 2:
Space
Positions 3-10:Weight value with decimal point. leading zeros are
output as spaces.
Position 11:
Space
Positions 12-14: Characters for unit of measure or space
Position 15:
Carriage return
Position 16:
Line feed
Data Output Format with 22 Characters
(with Data Header)
Normal Operation:
Pos.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516171819202122
K K K K K K + * A A A A A A A A * E E ECRLF
or
K K K K K K - * A A A A A A A A * E E ECRLF
or
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CRLF
K:
+-:
*:
A:
E:
CR:
LF:
ID code character, right-justified with spaces
Plus or minus sign
Space
Digit or letter (max. 7 characters plus decimal point)
Unit symbol (1 to 3 letters followed by 2-0 spaces)
Carriage return
Line feed
Special Codes:
Pos.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516171819202122
S t a t * * * * * * * * – – * * * * * * CRLF
or
S t a t * * * * * * * * H * * * * * * * CRLF
or
S t a t * * * * * * * * H H * * * * * * CRLF
or
S t a t * * * * * * * * L * * * * * * * CRLF
or
S t a t * * * * * * * * L L * * * * * * CRLF
or
S t a t * * * * * * * * C * * * * * * * CRLF
*: Space
H: Overload
L: Underweight
C: Adjustment
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– –: Final readout
HH: Overload in checkweighing
LL: Underweight in checkweighing
Data Interface
Error Message:
Example (output of weight value of +1255.7 g):
Pos.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516171819202122
Pos.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516171819202122
S t a t * * * * * E r r * * # # * * * * CRLF
or
S t a t * * * * * E r r * # # # * * * * CRLF
*:
Space
#: Error code number (2 or 3 digits)
ID Code Characters:
Character K
Meaning
G#
Gross value
N
Net value
T
Application tare memory 1
T2
Application tare memory 2
Diff
Difference from adjustment value
Targ.
Exact adjustment weight value
Nom.Exact adjustment weight for SBI printout
nRef
Reference sample quantity
pRef
Reference percentage
wRef
Reference piece weight
QntResult from Counting (piece count) and
Neutral Measurement applications
mDef
Target value for animal weighing
x-Net
Animal weighing results
Setp
Target value for checkweighing
Diff.W.
Absolute deviation (e.g., in kg) in Checkweighing
Lim
Deviation in % in Checkweighing
Max
Upper tolerance for checkw.
Min
Lower tolerance for checkw.
Stat
Status
Classx
Classificatio
Limx
Class limit
D
Percentage (as loss)
Prc
Percentage (as residue)
Wxx%
Reference percentage weight
Cmpxxx
Component xxx
Cont.T
Contents of the tare memory
in Net-total Formulation
S-Comp
Total of initial weighings
for Net-total Formulation
PT2
Preset tare
n
Transaction counter
*G
Sum of gross weights
in Totalizing
*NSum of net weights
in Totalizing
Ser.no.Serial number of the platform or indicator
G # * * * * + * * * 1 2 5 5. 7 * g * * CRLF
Positions 1-6: ID code, right-justified with spaces
Position 7:
Plus +, or minus - or space
Position 8:
Space
Positions 9-16:Weight value with decimal point.
leading zeros are output as spaces.
Position 17:
Space
Positions 18-20:Characters for unit of measure or space
Position 21:
Carriage return
Position 22:
Line feed
!If the weight value is output with 10-fold increased resolution,
this value may not be printed or saved in a weighing instrument
operated in legal metrology in SBI operation.
In this case, the unit symbol is not included with output.
Configuring the Data Interface as a Printer Port
(printer, when com1 is not RS485)
You can connect either a strip or label printer to Signum® using
a barrier like YDI05-Z (see proof of intrinsic safety, drawing
36953-750-60). Configure the COM1 interface as a printer port
under the “Printer” menu item.
There are several actions that generate the command for outputting
data to the printer port:
– Pressing the pkey. If the operating menu is active, all menu
settings under the active menu level are printed.
– Upon receipt of the “Esc k P _” SBI command. For details, see the
section entitled “Data Input Format” in this chapter.
– In some applications, pressing a given key (e.g., to save a value
or start a routine) also generates a print command. In this case,
a configurable printout is generated with application-specific data.
The P and b symbols are displayed when data is being output to
the printer port.
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Data Interface
Automatic Data Output (SBI)
You can have the weight readout printed automatically1).
This printout can be generated after a certain number of display
updates2). You can also configure whether or not the auto-print
function is dependent on the stability of the scale3). The display
update frequency depends on both the scale model and the
operating status.
Examples:
N
+
Stat
Stat
Stat
153.00 g
L
H
Net weight
Display blank
Display underweight
Display overload
“Data output” setting:
1) 3)“Automatic, without stability”
or
“Automatic, with stability”.
Factory setting: Manual data output after stability;
i.e., automatic data output function off.
2)Time-dependent automatic data output:
Interval: 1, 2, 10 or 100 display updates
Factory setting: 1 display update
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Data Interface
GMP-compliant
Printouts
When the corresponding menu item is
active, the printout is bracketed by a
GMP header and a GMP footer (GMP:
“Good Manufacturing Practice”).
The GMP header precedes the first
measured result. The GMP footer is
printed after the last result in a series
of measurements (“GMP-compliant
printout always for several application
results,” menu item 7.13.3).
To end a series of measured results,
press and hold the p key. In this
case, the A symbol is displayed after
the GMP header is printed and remains
in the display until the GMP footer is
printed.
A GMP-compliant printout is generated
automatically at the conclusion of
calibration/adjustment, linearization
routines, as well as when you set or
clear a preload.
Three examples of GMP headers and one example of a footer are shown in the following.
Weighing platform WP 1:
-------------------
14.01.2012
09:43
Type
SIWX
Ser.no.
12345678
Vers.
1.1007.12.1
BVers.
01-25-01
-------------------
Dash line
Date/time
Signum® Type
Signum® Serial no.
Software version Application
Software version Basic software
Dash line
-------------------
14.01.2012 9:45 AM
Type
SIWX
Ser.no.
12345678
Vers.
1.1007.12.1
BVers.
01-25-01
Type
IS12000S
Ser.No
12345678
-------------------
Weighing platform WP 2 (xBPI printout):
Dash line
Date/time
Signum® Type
Signum® Serial no.
Software version Application
Software version Basic software
Platform type
Platform serial no.
Dash line
-------------------
14.01.2012 9:45 AM
Type
SIWX
Ser.no.
12345678
Vers.
1.1007.12.1
BVers.
01-25-01
Type
SBI
-------------------
Weighing platform WP 2 (SBI printout):
Dash line
Date/time
Signum® Type
Signum® Serial no.
Software version Application
Software version Basic software
(Platform type)
Dash line
-------------------
14.01.2012 9:45 AM
Name:
-------------------
GMP footer:
Dash line
Date/time
Field for signature
Space line
Dash line
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Error Messages
Error Messages
Error messages are shown in the main display. Error messages are shown permanently. Information messages are shown for 2 seconds.
After this the program automatically returns to the weighing mode.
Cause
Err 101Key is stuck
Key pressed whilst switching on
Err 320Operating program memory faulty
Err 340Incorrect operating parameter (EEPROM)
Err 341RAM has lost data
Battery is empty
Err 343Loss of data in the memory area for transaction numbers in external alibi memory
Inf 01Data output not compatible with output
format
inf 02Adjustment condition was not met
e.g. not tared or weighing pan loaded
Display
Solution
Release key or
contact your local Sartorius Service Center
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
Turn the scale off and then on again
If the error code is still displayed:
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
Leave the device connected to power for
at least 10 hrs.
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
Set output format correctly
Unload the scale firs
then zero
then tare using the ) key
Adjustment
could
not
be
completed
within
inf 03Allow to warm up again and repeat the
a certain time
adjustment process
Built-in adjustment weight defective
Inf 06
Contact your local Sartorius Service
Center
Function not allowed in scales verified for
inf 07
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
use in legal metrology
for information on changing settings
The load on the scale is too heavy to zero
inf 08
Check your configuration to ensure that
the readout
“Zero at power on” (1.12) is set.
Inf 09Taring is not possible when the scale gross
Zero the scale.
weight is zero
Tare key is blocked when there is data in
inf 10
The data stored for the application
the tare memory
program must be deleted before
inf 22Error in storing reference value,
weight is too low
Inf 23Error in initializing an application
inf 29Minimum load not reached
taring.
Place a heavier weight on the platform
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
Reduce min. load
(under Application, menu item 3.6)
inf 71Cannot store the current weight value
None
(e.g., control limits too low or too high)
inf 72Cannot store the current weight value
None
(e.g. transaction counter maximum
reached)
Inf 73Data not found or unreadable
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
inf 74Function is blocked
None
(e.g., menu is locked)
Inf 98No weighing platform connected
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
Inf 99No weighing platform connected
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
NO WPNo weighing platform connected
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
Flashing ! Battery defective or time changed
Setting the time
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Care and Maintenance / Recycling
Care and
Maintenance
Service
Regular servicing by a Sartorius
technician will extend the service life
of your equipment and ensure its
continued weighing accuracy. Sartorius
offers its customers service contracts
with regular maintenance intervals
ranging from 1 month to 2 years.
The frequency of the maintenance
intervals depends on the operating
conditions and user’s tolerance
requirements.
Cleaning
!Unplug the system from the power
supply and unplug any data cables
connected to the scale.
§ Clean the scale with a cloth lightly
moistened with soap solution.
§ Wipe down the scale with a soft,
moist cloth after cleaning.
!Make sure that no liquid enters the
scale.
!Do not use aggressive cleaning agents
(solvents or similar).
Cleaning the Stainless Steel Surfaces
All stainless steel parts should be
cleaned at regular intervals. Remove the
stainless steel load plate and thoroughly
clean it separately. Use a damp cloth or
sponge to clean stainless steel parts on
the scale. You can use any commercially
available household cleaning agent that
is suitable for use on stainless steel.
Stainless steel should be cleaned simply
by rubbing. Then clean the load plate
thoroughly, making sure to remove all
residues. Use a damp cloth or sponge
to clean stainless steel parts on the
scale. After this, let the device dry. For
additional protection, protective oil may
be applied.
!Only use solvents for cleaning stainless
steel parts.
Disposal
Corrosive Environment
$ Remove all traces of corrosive
substances from the scale on a
regular basis.
Replacing the Dust Cover
> Replace damaged dust covers.
§ Place the new dust cover on the display
and control unit and press it over the
edge of the front and rear side of the
device until it is fixed in place.
Safety Inspection
If there is any indication that safe
operation of the scale is no longer
warranted, disconnect the system
from the supply voltage and secure it
against further use. For example, a safe
operation is no longer warranted if
the AC adapter has visible damage or
is no longer working. Moreover, safety
inspections are required
– The equipment has been stored
for a relatively long period under
unfavorable conditions
– The equipment has been subjected
to rough handling during shipment.
In this case, notify the Sartorius
Service Center.
Maintenance and repair work may be
performed only by authorized service
technicians who have access to the
required maintenance manuals and
instructions and who have participated
in the corresponding training
The duration and number of regular
safety inspections should be determined
by a qualified Sartorius service
technician based on specific ambient
and operating conditions (once a year
at the minimum).
!The seals on the device indicate that
the device may only be opened and
maintained by authorized specialist
personnel, so that the correct and safe
operation of the device is ensured and
the guarantee remains valid. If the
verification seals are damaged, the
equipment must be re-verifie .
If the packaging is no longer needed,
it can be disposed of by local waste
disposal authorities. The packaging
is made of environmentally friendly
materials that can be used as secondary
raw materials.
The equipment, including
accessories and batteries,
should not be disposed
of as regular household
waste. EU legislation
requires its Member
States to collect electrical
and electronic equipment and dispose
of it separately from other unsorted
municipal waste with the aim of
recycling it.
In Germany and several other countries,
Sartorius itself assumes responsibility
for the return and conformant disposal
of its electronic and electrical products.
Such equipment may not be thrown
out with household waste or brought
to collection centers run by local public
disposal operations – not even by small
commercial operators.
For disposal in Germany and in the
other member nations of the European
Economic Area (EEA), please contact
our local service technicians or our
Service Center in Goettingen, Germany:
Sartorius Weighing Technology GmbH
Weender Landstrasse 94-108
37075 Goettingen, Germany
WEEE registration number:
SWT GÖ: WEEE reg. no. DE 49923090
In countries that are not members of
the European Economic Area (EEA)
or where no Sartorius subsidiaries or
dealerships are located, please contact
your local authorities or a commercial
disposal operator.
Prior to disposal and/or scrapping of
the equipment, any batteries should
be removed and disposed of in local
collection boxes.
Sartorius will not take back equipment
contaminated with hazardous materials
(ABC contamination) – either for repair
or disposal. Detailed information with
service addresses for returning your
device for repair or disposal can be
found on our website (www.sartorius.
com) or requested from a Sartorius
Service Center.
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Specifications
General Specifications
Digital protective interface according to EN45501
Data interface
bidirectional RS-232C interface with control output (standard equipment)
Additional data interface
optional
Display
14-segment backlit display
Weighing platform housing:
display unit
Protection class according to EN60529
Aluminum die-casting,
stainless steel
IP65 (SIWXSBBP-06*: IP43)
Temperature range
–10°C to +40°C
+10°C to +30°C (SIWS...-.CE)
Power supply via AC adapter YPS02-Z.. or YPSC01-Z respectively (for installation outside of the hazardous area
only) or YPS02-X.. or YPSC01-X respectively (also for installation within the hazardous areas of
the zones 1 and 21).
100–240 VAC (15/+10 %), 50–60 Hz, max. 17 W/23 VA
battery operation via external rechargeable battery YRB02-X
Interference emission
acc. to EN61326+A1 Class B (IEC 61326+A1)
Defined immunity to interference
acc. to EN61326+A1, industrial environment (IEC61326+A1)
Electrical safety
acc. to EN61010-1 (IEC 1010-1), EN60950 (IEC 950)
Signum® Model Designator
Model type
Sensor
Platform
Material/ Application
Weighing
Display
Verifiable/
technology dimensions design
level
capacity
resolutionverified
(kg)
models
Example SIWXS: SIWXSDCP-3-16-H
SIWX
S3)
DC
P4)
-3
06
S
5
BB
S )
3
H
6
35
3)
= SIWXS: “Supreme,: monolithic weighing system
= painted
5) = stainless steel
4)
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Specifications
Model-specific Data
Weighing Data Signum® Supreme SIWXSBBP / BBS Non-verifiable models
Weighing capacity (kg) 0.620**
Readability (g)
0.001
Resolution code
-H
Calibration weight
500
value (in grams)
Accuracy class
E2
Verifiable/verified models
Type
EC type approval no.
Weighing capacity (kg)
Readability (g)
Verification scale
interval e (g)
Resolution code
Calibration weight
value (in grams)
Accuracy class
* not SIWXSBBS
3.1
0.01
-H
2000
6.1
0.01
-H
5000
E1
E2
For all models
Preload (kg)
0
3
3
Repeatability (g)
0.001
0.01
0.01
Linearity (g)
0.002
0.02
0.02
Ambient temperature (for use in legal metrology only)
+10°C….+30°C
Resolutions for Signum® Supreme
Non-verifiable (type)
-H
Resolution > 100,000 d Verified at factory (type)
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Specifications
Model-specific Data
Weighing Data Signum® Supreme SIWXSDCP/S ( * models not available for SIWSDCS)
Non-verifiable models
6
35
Weighing capacity (kg)
Readability (g)
0.1
0.1
Resolution code
-S
-H
Calibration weight value
5,000
10,000
(in grams)
Accuracy class
F2
F1
Verifiable/verified models
Type
EC type approval no.
Weighing capacity (kg)
Readability (g)
Verification scale interval e (g)
Resolution code
Calibration weight value
(in grams)
Accuracy class
For all models
5
5
Preload (kg)
Repeatability (g)
0.08
0.08
(verified models acc. to EN45501)
0.2
0.2
Linearity (g)
(verified models acc. to EN45501)
Ambient temperature (for use in legal metrology only)
Resolutions for Signum® Supreme
Non-verifiable (type)
Resolution > 60,000 d -S
Resolution > 100,000 d -H
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+10°C….+30°C
Verified at factory (type)
Dimensions
Dimensions (Scale
Drawings)
Abmessungen
(Maßskizzen)
+10
132.5
132.5 +10
SIWXSDCP:
SIWRDCP | SIWADCP | SIWSDCP:
45
45
Standard-Version:
240
240
55
55
168
168
350
350
±2
415
415 ±2
Mit integriertem Akku:
95
95
165
165
SIWSDCS:
SIWXSDCS:
453.5
260
370
31
237.5
+20
124.5
41.5
7
55
148
5
150
238
M 8 x1
192
30
25
SW 30
80
150.5
304
360
165.5
25
70
120
24.5
All dimensions are given in millimeters
Alle Maßangaben in Millimeter
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Dimensions
SIWXSBBP 620g(Scale Drawings)
Dimensions
Ø 165 ±2
85
+5
146 +5
152
All dimensions are given in millimeters
Ø 35
14
205 ±2
237
ca. 500 ±5
ca. 45
206
SIWXSBBP 3/6kg
152
194
182
194
85 ...90
116 ...121
23
182
Ø 35
ca. 500
±5
ca. 45
206
92
Signum 3 Ex
14
237
205
±2
Dimensions
Dimensions (Scale Drawings)
SIWXSBBS:
182
117
+5
123 +5
182
34.5
215
ca. 45
205
ca. 456
±5
279
158
250
All dimensions are given in millimeters
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93
Supplies for Signum® 3 Ex Supreme
Accessories
r Supplies for Signum® 3 Ex Supreme
Accessories
ATEX
Zone 20/1/21/2/22
Power Supply:
YPSC01-XZone 20/1/21/2/22
ATEX
AC adapter, for use in explosive atmospheres ATEX
Safe Area:
Associated
Safe
Area: YP
YPSC01-X
Order No.
to connect
Associated
Intr
ATEX to
to connect
FM
Class I,II,III Div 1,2 ATEX
Safe Area:
FM
Class I,II,III Div ATEX
1,2
Safe
Area:
YP
YPS02-XUR
AIS
to conn
AC
adapter outside explosive atmospheres YPSC01-Z
100 -240 V 14-pin round plug (30cm)
FM (US)
CSA
100 -240 V FM/CSA
YPSC01-X
YPS02-XUR
CSA
CSA
Class I,II,III Div 1,2
YPS02-XKR
AC adapter outside explosive atmospheres 24V
ATEX
YPS02-ZKR
to connect
Class I,II,III Div 1,2 AIS FM
/CSA
YPS02-XKR
ATEX
YPS02-XUR
YPS02-XKR
ATEX
Zone 20/1/21/2/22
Zone 20/1/21/2/22
YPS02-XV24
YPS02-XV24
FM /CSA
YPS02-XV24
Safe Area:
Safe Area:
AIS to conn
AIS to connect
ATEX
ATEX
ATEX
ATEX
FM
FM
Zone 20/1/21/2/22
Zone 20/1/21/2/22
ClassI,II,III
I,II,III
Class
DivDiv
1,21,2
External rechargeable battery for installation in
explosive atmospheres
YRB02-X
YRB02-X
2012
2012
94
Signum 3 Ex
ATEX, FM, CSA
YP
YRB02-X
5
Accessories
M54
(x m)
M57
(3 m)
e.g. Printer
YDP14IS-OCE
YDI05-Z
with A25
Zener Barrier:
M57
(3 m)Ex interface converter e.g. Printer
YDP14IS-OCE
YDI05-Z
RS232
Printer for Installation in Non-hazardous Area:
RS232
fe Area
Order No.
Order No.
Data printer with date, time and statistics program
Strip|label printer, 60 mm paper width
Strip|label printer, 108 mm paper width
Thermal transfer printer, 108 mm paper width YDP20-OCE
YDP04IS-OCEUV
YDP14IS-0CEUV
YDP14IS-EUVTH
Software:
Order No.
SNLE Sartorius Nice Label Express
WinScale SartoCollect Sartorius GMP Connect Sartorius OPC Server
YAD02IS
YSW03
YSC02
YSW03-0001
6289OPC
Configuration
SafeExample
Area Signum® 3 Ex Supreme - FM
Page 18
Configuration FM
YPS02-XUR
incl.
(3m)
incl.
(3m)
M54
(x m)
incl.
(0.2m)
YDI05-Z
with A25
COM 1
RS422
100- 240V
M57
(3 m)
e.g. Printer
YDP14IS-OCE
RS232
Configuration Example Signum® 3 Ex Supreme - ATEX
FM class 1
Page 18
|
safe area
Configuration ATEX
FM Class I, Div. 1
Safe Area
YPSC01-X
N9
(3m)
26. November 2012
N1
(3m)
M54
(x m)
incl.
(0.2m)
COM 1
RS422
100- 240V
ATEX zone 1/21
ATEX Zone 1 | 21
26. November 2012
YDI05-Z
with A25
M57
(3 m)
RS232
|
e.g. Printer
YDP14IS-OCE
Page 19
safe area
Safe Area
Signum 3 Ex
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95
Overview of Accessories
Mechanical Accessories:
96
Signum 3 Ex
Order No.
Column for BBP model, aluminum, height 400 mm
Column for BBS model, stainless steel, height 400 mm
Column for DCP model, aluminum, height 500 mm
Column for DCS model, stainless steel, height 330 mm
Column for DCS model, stainless steel, height 500 mm
Column for DCS model, stainless steel, height 750 mm
Wall mounting bracket for the display, stainless steel Wall mounting bracket for the display, stainless steel, tiltable indicator
Kit for installation in control panel
YDH02P
YDH02S
YDH01P
YDH01CWS
YDH02CWS
YDH03CWS
YDH01CIS
YDH02CIS
YAS03MI
Other:
Order No.
Round plug for individual cable assembly, 14-pin, IP65 69Y03166
Declaration of Conformity
“Installation”, a service
offered by Sartorius
Declaration of Conformity
EC Conformity Mark on Sartorius Devices
In 1985, the Council of the European
Community approved a resolution
concerning a new approach to
the technical harmonization and
standardization of national regulations.
The organization for monitoring
compliance with the directives and
standards concerning the EC marking is
governed in the individual EU Member
States through the implementation of the
EC Directives adopted by the respective
national laws. As of December 1993, the
scope of validity for all EC Directives has
been extended to the Member States of
the European Union and the Signatories of
the Agreement on the European Economic
Area.
Sartorius complies with the EC Directives
and European Standards in order to supply
its customers with weighing instruments
and related equipment which feature the
latest technology, and which will provide
many years of trouble-free service.
The EC mark may only be affixed to
weighing instruments and associated
equipment if compliance with the
following Directives has been established.
Weighing instruments
for use in legal metrology:
Directive 90/384/EEC
“Non-automatic weighing
instruments”
This directive regulates the
determination of weight in legal
metrology.
For the respective Declaration of
Conformity for verifiable weighing
instruments and weighing instruments
that have been verified by Sartorius
for use as legal measuring instruments
and that have an EC Type-Approval
Certificate, see
– Signum® scales: these instructions
– Sartorius Weighing Module
(e.g. IS...-.CE) at Signum®: Instructions
of the respective weighing module
Sartorius platform: Platform
instructions
This Directive also regulates EC
verification by the manufacturer,
provided that an EC Type Approval
Certificate has been issued and the
manufacturer has been accredited by
a Body registered at the Commission
of the European Community for
performing such verification. The
legal basis for Sartorius to perform
the EC verification is EC Directive
No. 90/384/EEC for non-automatic
weighing instruments. This Council
Directive has been in effect since
January 1, 1993 in the Internal Market.
The further legal basis is founded on
the approval of the Sartorius Quality
Management System issued by the
Metrology Department of the Regional
Administration Office of Lower Saxony,
Germany (MEN “Niedersächsisches
Landesverwaltungsamt - Eichwesen”)
on February 15, 1993.
“Installation” service in Germany
Our “Installation” service package
provides the following services:
–
–
–
–
Installation
Commissioning
Inspection
Instruction
If the installation of the weighing
instrument is to be carried out by
Sartorius, please request this service
from a customer service employee.
Re-verification in Germany
Scale verification for legal metrology
is valid until the end of the calendar
year after next. If the scale is used for
fill level control in accordance with
legislation on prepackaging, verification
is valid until the end of the following
calendar year. Re-verification must
currently be carried out by a weights
and measures official. Re-verification
should be requested in good time
from the local Weights and Measures
office. As appropriate, please observe
all statutory amendments.
Subsequent Verifications within
European Countries
The expiration date of the verification
depends on the national regulations
of the country in which the weighing
instrument is used. For information
on verification and legal regulations
currently applicable in your country,
and to obtain the names of the persons
to contact, please contact your local
Sartorius office, dealer, or Service
Center.
Further information concerning
“verification” can be obtained from
our customer service centers.
Signum 3 Ex
97
Certificates
98
Signum 3 Ex
Certificates
Signum 3 Ex
99
Certificates
100
Signum 3 Ex
Certificates
Signum 3 Ex
101
Certificates
102
Signum 3 Ex
Verification of intrinsic safety
YPS02-Z.R
Power supply
(100-240 Vac)
II (2) G [EEx ib] IIC
II (1) D
YPS02-X.R
Power supply
(100-240 Vac)
II 2 G EEx d [ib] IIC T4
II 1 D T135°C IP65
YPS02-X.. /YPS02-Z..:
Circuit Uo
Io
V_1
12.6 V
133 mA
V_2
12.6 V
133 mA
V_3
8.6 V
187 mA
V_4
12.6 V
150 mA
Po
1.46 W
1.46 W
1.51 W
1.68 W
Co
1 µF
1 µF
4 µF
1 µF
Lo
300 µH
300 µH
300 µH
300 µH
YRB02-X:
Circuit Uo
V_1
12.6 V
V_2
12.6 V
V_3
8.6 V
V_4
12.6 V
Po
1.43 W
1.43 W
1.49 W
1.65 W
Co
0.5 µF
0.5 µF
0.8 µF
0.5 µF
Lo
300 µH
300 µH
200 µH
300 µH
Io
133 mA
133 mA
186 mA
150 mA
Non-hazardous
area
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas: IIC T4
Dust: IIIC
Alternative
connections
Hazardous area
SIWS… /
1)
ISXS....
Sartorius cable; permanently mounted on the
power supply / explosion-protected (EX)
rechargeable battery pack; cable can be flexibly
installed; max. length: 50m
YRB02-X
EX battery pack
II 2 G EEx e m [ib]IIC T4
II 1 D IP6X T80°C
Circuit
V_1
V_2
V_3
V_4
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
Ui
12.6 V
12.6 V
8.6 V
12.6 V
Ii
133 mA
133 mA
187 mA
150 mA
Pi
1.46 W
1.46 W
1.51 W
1.68 W
Ci
188 nF
3 nF
391 nF
223 nF
Power Supply
Note:
1: SIWXSBB.-3-06-H.. and ISXBB.-3-06-H-- models may not be used in zone 21
and zone 22
Power supply (100-240 Vac)
II (2) GD [Ex ib] IIC
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YPSC01-X /YPSC01-Z:
Circuit Uo
Io
V_1
12.6 V
115 mA
V_2
12.6 V
115 mA
V_3
8.6 V
168 mA
V_4
12.6 V
134 mA
V_5*
8.6 V
168 mA
*: not used
A)
YPSC01-Z
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B)
Po
1.45 W
1.45 W
1.45 W
1.68 W
1.45 W
Co
0.5 µF
0.5 µF
0.88 µF
0.5 µF
0.88 µF
Lo
350 µH
350 µH
350 µH
350 µH
350 µH
Li
0 mH
0 mH
0 mH
82 µH
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Non-hazardous
area
Hazardous area
Alternative
connection
Any suitable intrinsically
safe Sartorius Equipment
Sartorius cable; permanently
mounted on the power supply;
cable can be flexibly installed;
max. length: 50m
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas: IIC T4
Dust: IIIC T80°C
Alternative
connection
YPSC01-X
Power supply (100-240 Vac)
II 2 G
Ex e mb[ib] IIC T4
II 1D (2)G Ex tD A20 [ib]IIC
IP6X T130°C
SIWS… /
1)
ISXS....
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
B)
Circuit
V_1
V_2
V_3
V_4
A)
Ui
12.6 V
12.6 V
8.6 V
12.6 V
Ii
133 mA
133 mA
187 mA
150 mA
Pi
1.46 W
1.46 W
1.51 W
1.68 W
Ci
188 nF
3 nF
391 nF
223 nF
Power Supply
Note:
1: SIWXSBB.-3-06-H.. and ISXBB.-3-06-H-- models may not be used in
zone 21 and zone 22
A: Connection to main printed circuit board (PCB) 1 in YPSC01-.
B: Connection to main PCB 2 in YPSC01-.
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0 mH
0 mH
0 mH
82 µH
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ISXS....
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas: IIC T4
Dust: IIIC
5)
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
RS232 or RS485
Data interface
RS232 parameters (A/J/K/N/M)
Ui
Ii
Pi
Ci
Li
3)
4)
12.6 V / 25,2 V
328 mA*
any
3)
4)
2,2 nF / 0.5nF
0 mH
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
L0/Ro
RS485 parameters (J/K/M)
Ui
Ii
Pi
Ci
Li
see table 1
see table 1
any
260 nF
0 mH
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
Table 1 (Rmin = Ui / Ii)
Ui
±12.4V
12.0V
Ii
130 mA*** 164mA***
73
Rmin 95
Commercially available
shielded cables up to 20 m
can be used (e.g., LiYCY
as shown on page 3).
2)
3)
10,0 V / 20,0 V
101 mA*
253 mW
3)
4)
3 µF 217nF
3 mH
140 µH/
YDO02C-X
(RS232)
or
YDI01C-XWP
(RS232 or
RS485 data
interface)
4)
CIXS3
Indicator
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4
II 1 D IP6X T135°C
RS232 Parameters for YDO02C-X
2)
3)
Ui
Ii
Pi
12.6 V
-----
Uo
Io
Po
11.8 V / 22,6 V
62 mA
0.18 W
5.2 V
210 mA***
263 mW
78 µF
600 µH
125 µH/
Ci
0 nF
Co
1.41 µF
Li
0 mH
Co
125nF
Lo
8 mH
Lo/Ro 175 µH/ohm
7.2V
any
---
Ui
Ii
Pi
Ci
Li
2)
Note:
1: Per circuit
2: Combined circuits
3: Versus ground
4: Between the signal lines
5: SIWXSBB.-3-06-H.. and ISXBB.-3-06-H-- models may not be used in zone 21
and zone 22
*: Resistively limited
9001/01-086-050-101
Safety barrier
(supplied by Stahl)
3)
4)
RS232 Parameters for YDI01C-XWP
Safety barrier
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
3)
12.6 V / 25,2 V
131 mA*
--210 pF
2 µH
4)
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
4)
2)
3)
11.8 V / 23,6 V
62 mA*
0.181 W
3)
4)
1.3 µF 125nF
7 mH
Use as Digital Weighing Platform
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2)
8.6 V
50 mA
107.5 mW
6.2 µF
15 mH
Non-hazardous area
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas: IIC T4
Dust: IIIC
Cable with up to 10 wires and with max.
250nF/km and 1.1mH/km: maximum cable
length 1000m (flexibly installed).
Alternative
connection
4)
Junction box
Digital I/Os (COM1)
Switch
4)
Ui
Ii
Pi
Ci
Li
8.6 V
--0 nF
0 mH
3)
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
Note:
1: SIWXSBB.-3-06-H.. and ISXBB.-3-06-H.. models may not be used in zone 21
and zone 22
2: Per circuit
3: Combined circuits
4: Suitable equipment may be optionally used; only passive wiring/switch
104
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Hazardous area
6,0 V
45 mA
67 mW
40 µF
20 mH
530 µH/
Foot switch
SIWS… /
ISXS.... 1)
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
4)
Digital I/Os
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2)
YDI05-Z..
Uo
12.4 V*
Ui
12.6 V*
24.8 V**
25.2 V**
Io
260 mA***
Ii
any
Po
800 mW
Pi
any
Co
1.24 µF*
Ci
0
112 nF**
Lo
400 µH*
Li
0
400 µH**
Lo/Ro 44 µH/ * / 22 µH/ **
YDI05-Z.. interface converter
II (2) GD [EEx ib] IIC
or
4)
Z966 Zener barrier
in YDI02-Z..: II (2) G [EEx ib] IIC or
YCO01-Y interface converter
II (2) GD [EEx ib] IIC
or
II 3 (2)GD EEx nR[ib]IIC T4
RS232 data interface
(pins A/J/K/N and M)1)
Ui
12.6 V
Ii
85 mA
Pi
270 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
0
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
Z966
Uo
1)
pins A/J/K/N and M
12 V*
24 V**
Io
82 mA /164 mA 8)
Po
0.24 W / 0.48 W 8)
Co
1.41 µF*
125 nF**
Lo
5.52 mH
1.38 mH8)
Lo/Ro 147 µH/
57 µH/ 8)
2)
YCO01-Y
Uo
11.8 V*
Ui
23.6V**
Io
123 mA***
Ii
Po
361 mW
Pi
Co
1.5 µF*
Ci
129 nF**
Lo
2 mH*
Li
2 mH**
Lo/Ro 98 µH/ * / 98µH/
12.6 V*
25.2 V**
131 mA
any
0.5 nF
0.8 µH
**
Non-hazardous area
6-wire standard cable, up to 0.5mm² stranded wire, with
max. 250nF/km, 750µH/km and minimum 34ohm/km has
22µH/ohm. However, the length of the cable (flexibly
installed) is limited to under 25m by the RS-232
specifications. 6-wire cable, type PR6136 (Lmax =
1.1mH/km; Cmax = 220nF/km; Rmin = 26 ohms/km:
43µH/ohm): under 25m (see above).
12.6 V
28 mA
88 mW
1.15 µF
50 mH
FC/FCA/IS.......-.X..3)
scale / weighing
platform
Hazardous area
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas: IIC T4
Dust: IIIC
SIWS… /
6)
ISXS....
Alternative
connection
2)
RS232 data interface COM1
Ui
12.6 V* / 25,2V**
Uo
Ii
328 mA***
Io
Pi
any
Po
Ci
2.2 nF* / 0.5nF**
Co
Li
0 mH
Lo
Lo/Ro
(see remark 5 on page 3)
Note:
1: Per circuit
2: Combined circuits
3: Not all models can be used in zones 20,21,22
4: BAS01ATEX7005; II (1) GD [EEx ia] IIC
5: Both channels connected on Z966
6: SIWXSBB.-3-06-H.. and ISXBB.-3-06-H.. models may not be used in zone 21
and zone 22
*: Versus GND; **: Between the lines; ***: Resistively limited
YDI05-Z..
Uo
12.4 V*
Ui
24.8V**
Io
130 mA*** Ii
Po
400 mW
Pi
Co
1.24 µF*
Ci
112nF**
Lo
0.4 mH*
Li
0.4 mH**
Lo/Ro 44 µH/ * / 22 µH/
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
RS232 Data Interface
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25.2 V**
any
any
0
Z966
Uo
1)
Io
Po
Co
0
Lo
**
Lo/Ro
pins A/J/K/N and M
12 V*
24V**
6)
82 mA /164mA
6)
0.24 W / 0.48W
1.41 µF*
125nF**
5.52 mH
6)
1.38mH
147 µH/
6)
57 µH/
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2) 7)
YDI05-Z.. interface converter
II (2) GD [EEx ib] IIC
or
Z966 Zener barrier 4)
(in YDI01-Z) II (2) G [EEx ib] IIC or
YCO01-Y interface converter
II (2) GD [EEx ib] IIC
or
II 3 (2)GD EEx nR[ib]IIC T4
10 V* / 20V**
101 mA***
253 mW
3 µF* / 217nF**
3 mH
140 µH/
2)
YCO01-Y
Uo
7.2 V*
Ui
12.6 V*
8.0 V**
25.2 V**
Io
207 mA*** Ii
1.5 A
Po
330 mW
Pi
2.5 W
Co
13.5 µF*
Ci
1 nF
8.4 µF**
Lo
0.7 mH*
Li
1.6 µH
0.7 mH**
Lo/Ro 36 µH/ * / 36µH/ **
Non-hazardous area
Data cable:
Recommended: Sartorius cable
YCC485-X with approx.
10µH/ohm and 120pF/m (wire/wire)
up to 1000m flexibly installed.
Up to 7 additional
CIXS3 or
3)
SIWS… / ISXS...
RS485 data interface
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7.2 V
127 mA*
0.273 W
11.3 µF
2 mH
118 µH/ohm
5) 2)
Ui
Ii
Pi
Ci
Li
(UNICOM. LV2)
12.6 V
1.5 A*
2.5 W
0
2 µH
RS485 data interface
Uo
3)
7.2 V
8.2 V 4)
Io
168 mA*
Po
0.25 W
3)
Co
13 µF
4)
Co
7.6 µF
Lo
0.8 mH
Lo/Ro 118 µH/ohm
5) 2)
Hazardous area
(LV4)
Ui
12.6 V
Ii
Pi
Ci
Ci
Li
1.5 A*
2.5 W
3)
300 nF
4)
100 nF
0 mH
Note:
1: Per circuit
2: Combined circuits
3: SIWXSBB.-3-06-H.. and ISXBB.-3-06-H.. models may not be used in
zone 21 and zone 22
4: BAS01ATEX7005; II (1) GD [EEx ia] IIC
5: Data for CIXS3
6: Both channels connected on Z966
7: Only 2 RS232 connections are used on the YDI05-Z
*:
Versus GND; **: Between the lines; ***: Resistively limited
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas: IIC T4
Dust: IIIC
SIWS… /
3)
ISXS....
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
RS485 data interface
2)
Ui
Ii
Pi
Ci
Li
see below
see bwlow
any
260 nF
0 mH
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
5.2 V
210 mA***
263 mW
60 µF
600 µH
125 µH/
Ui
Ii
±12.4V
130 mA***
12.0V
164mA***
7.2V
any
RS485 Data Interface
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105
Verification of intrinsic safety
2)
RS422 data interface of YDI05-Z
)
)
Uo
6.0 V *
Ui
12.6 V *
)
)
6.8 V **
25.2 V **
Io
172 mA (linear) Ii
0.2 A
Po
0.5 W
Pi
2.3 W
)
)
Ci
28 µF *
Co
12 µF *
**)
)
Co
17.7 µF
Ci
200 nF **
Lo
0.7 mH
Li
2 µH
2)
YDI05-Z
(Option A25)
Interface converter
II (2) GD [EEx ib] IIC
YCO01-Y
Interface converter
Alternative
connection
RS422 data interface of YCO01-Y
Uo
7.2 V*
Ui
12.6 V*
8.0 V**
25.2 V**
Io
207 mA*** Ii
1.5 A
Po
330 mW
Pi
2.5 W
Co
13.5 µF*
Ci
1 nF
8.4 µF**
Lo
0.7 mH*
Li
1.6 µH
0.7 mH**
Lo/Ro 36 µH/ */ 36µH/ *
Non-hazardous
area
Cable:
For a standard cable (e.g., type LiYCY with max. 250nF/km
(wire versus wire or wire versus shield), max. 750µH/km and
at least 34 ohms/km (e.g. 0.5mm² stranded wire), this yields
Lo/Ro = 22 µH/ohm Permitted length of the flexibly installed
cable: 330m
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas: IIC T4
Dust: IIIC
RS422 data interface
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
Note:
1: Per circuit
2: Combined circuits
3: SIWXSBB.-3-06-H.. and ISXBB.-3-06-H.. models may not be used in
zone 21 and zone 22
*:
Versus GND; **: Between the lines; ***: Resistively limited
106
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5,2 V
290 mA
496 mW
60 µF
300 µH
50 µH/
2)
(COM1)
Ui
Ii
Pi
Ci
Li
8.6 V
210 mA
0.5 W
0.5 µF
0 mH
Hazardous area
SIWS… /
3)
ISXS....
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
RS422 Data Interface
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Verification of
Intrinsic Safety
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Data output options
Hazardous area
Non-hazardous area
D-SUB
25-contact
20 m
1
4
5m
D-SUB
9-contact
LV1
LV2
6
1
69Y03142
E
M
C
B
N
K
1.5 m
D
H
J
A 14-contact female
D-SUB
9-contact
3m
YDP12IS-0CEUV or
YDP12IS-0CEUVTH
or
YDP04IS-0CEUV
Data printer
3)
YCC01-0016M3
1)
YDP03-0CE
2)
Data printer
3m
12-contact female
connector on YDI05-Z..
connector on
SIWXS.../ISX...
PC
YCC01-09ISM5
12-contact
LV3
4
14-contact
5m
interface converter
(see Sheet 2)
1
Option A11
RS232
YCC01-03ISM5
YDI05-Z
SIWXS…-3-..-…
or
ISX…-..-…
YCC01-0019M3
YDP03-0CE
2)
Data printer
LV2
14-contact
LV1
or
12-contact
4)
25-contact
9-contact
TxD
K
yellow
4
4
B
3
2
RxD
DTR
N
green
3
3
D
5
8
CTS
RxD
J
white
1
1
C
2
3
TxD
CTS
A
brown
2
2
H
20
4
DTR
Signal_GND
M
gray
5
E
7
5
1 (LV3)
Important note!
Max. voltage Vm of any electrical apparatus connected to the interface converter
type YDI05-Z.. may not exceed 250V. The internal Zener voltage Vz is 12.6V.
Note:
1: External power supply is included in the scope of delivery.
2: External power supply is necessary (not in the scope of delivery).
3: Cable is included in the scope of delivery.
4: Pin 1 = shield (housing)
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107
Data output options
Option M52 (cable 65710-808-00)
Option A24
14-contact male connector
RS-232 to scale
20 m
RS-232 <------------> RS-232
12-contact
YDI05-Z
interface converter
Option M55
12-contact female connector
or
Option M56 (cable 65710-807-00)
9-contact
female
connector
3m
9-contact RS-232 connection to
YDP03-0CE printer (instead of
YCC01-0019M3) or a PC (instead of
YCC01-09ISM5)
Option M57 (cable 65710-809-00)
9-contact
male
connector
Accessories:
3m
9-contact RS-232 connection to
YDP04IS-0CE.. printer (instead of
69Y03142)
YAS04CIS Cable gland M16x1.5 (on cable
instead of 12-contact female connector
Cable gland M12x1.5
(on cable instead of power supply)
69Y03166
Option M58 (cable 65710-811-00)
3m
69QC0010 12-contact male connector
Female connector
TxD (ye)
RxD (wt)
CTS (br)
DTR (gn)
GND (gr)
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25-contact
female
connector
14-contact male connector
25-contact RS-232 connection to
PC (instead of YCC01-03ISM5)
9contact
25contact
2
2
3
3
4
5
8
20
5
7, 14
Male connector
9contact
TxD (ye)
3
RxD (wt)
2
CTS (br)
6
-
GND (gr)
5
YDI05-Z: Connection options for scale interface (RS-232)
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Drawing number
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Data output options
Hazardous area
M
SIWXS…-3-..-…
or
ISX…-..-…
DC power supply
12V DC (min) to
30V DC (max)1)
E
J
LV3
C
14-contact
YDI05-Z
B
A
or
1
LV4
1
N
K
Option A12
RS422
F
interface
converter
(see Sheet 4)
10
up to 1000m
14contact
12-contact
G
Non-hazardous area
LV3
N
green
TxD-
K
yellow
RxD+
G
pink
7
TxD+
RxD-
M
gray
8
TxD-
DTR+
C
violet
5
CTS+
DTR-
B
black
6
CTS-
CTS+
F
red
3
DTR+
CTS-
E
blue
4
DTR-
A,J
brown, white
1,2
9
6
LV1
TxD+
RxD+
10 RxD-
2)
RS-232
connection:
see page 1
LV1
1
DC
or
12contact
4
B
1
C
3
D
H
2
5
TxD
RxD
DTR
CTS
E
Signal_GND
Signal_GND
Important note!
Max. voltage Vm of any electrical apparatus connected to the interface converter type YDI05-Z.. may not
exceed 250V. The internal Zener voltage Vz is 12.6V.
Note:
1: External power supply (e.g. type 6971991 in the scope of delivery).
2: DC power supply: 12 to 30 V; positive voltage on Pin 1 of LV4; order cable and cable gland separately
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Drawing number
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Revision 00
Signum 3 Ex
109
Data output options
Country-specific
power supply
YDI05-Z
interface converter
Option A25
RS-422 to scale
Option M55
12-contact female connector
12-contact
Option M50
Cable gland
M16x1.5
RS-422 <------------> RS-232
or
or
Option M54 (cable 65710-857-00)
Option M56 (cable 65710-807-00)
9-contact
female
connector
14-contact male connector
3m
9-contact RS-232 connection to
YDP03-0CE printer (instead of YCC010019M3) or a PC (instead of YCC0109ISM5)
Length: up to 999 m permitted.
Please indicate the length when ordering.
Option M57 (cable 65710-809-00)
9-contact
male
connector
3m
9-contact RS-232 connection to
YDP04IS-0CE.. printer (instead of
69Y03142)
Option M58 (cable 65710-811-00)
25-contact
female
connector
3m
25-contact RS-232 connection to
PC (instead of YCC01-03ISM5)
Pin assignments: see Sheet 2
Accessories:
YAS04CIS
Cable gland M16x1.5 (on cable instead of 12-contact female connector)
Cable gland M12x1.5 (on cable instead of power supply)
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YCC422-X
Cable LiY 6x(2x0.14mm² C)Y
69QC0010
12-contact male connector
69Y03166
14-contact male connector
YDI05-Z: Connection options for scale interface (RS-422)
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Drawing number
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Data output options
Hazardous area
M
14-contact female
connector on
SIWXS.../ISX...
J
Options
A24, M50,
3)
M55
1
14-contact
Junction Box
e.g.
4
Option A13
RS485
YDI05-Z
LV3
K
12-contact
SIWXS…-3-..-…
or
ISX…-..-…
Non-hazardous area
72583
LV2
4
1)
LV1
1
6
1
Connector 69Y03166
If necessary, a terminating resistor 470R, 1%, 0,6W
may be soldered between Pin J and K of the connector
CIXS3
1)
screened cable
(e.g. YCC485-X)
E
up to 1000m
2)
C
1
B
Cable gland
LV4
Junction Box
e.g.
72583
10
Mainboard
der CIXS3
12-contact female
connector on YDI05-Z..
connector
J
RxD-TxD-P
YDI05-Z
4 LV2
K
M
1
4
LV1
1
Signal_GND
RxD-TxD-P
1
5
12-contact
14-contact
RxD-TxD-N
72583
C
RxD-TxD-P
B
RxD-TxD-N
E
Signal_GND
LV3
LV4
RxD-TxD-N
Signal_GND
2
3
1
cable gland
Important note!
Max. voltage Vm of any electrical apparatus connected to the interface converter type YDI05-Z.. may not exceed 250V. The internal
Zener voltage Vz is 12.6V.
Note:
1: not in the scope of delivery
2: up to 8 devices; see „Verification of Intrinsic safety“ (in the manual of these devices)
3: A cable can be rooted diretly into the housing via cable gland YAS04CIS instead of using the 12-contact connector (Option M58).
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Drawing number
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111
Data output options
Hazardous area
SIWXS…-3-..-…
or
ISX…-..-…
Main PCB***
Option M13 *
14-contact
Option A11
RS232
or
Option A13
RS485
CIXS3 / CX3S.-... / CHX3.-…
6m
SIWXS…-3-..-…
or
ISX…-..-…
UNICOM PCB
14-contact
Option A13
RS485
Option N25 **
6m
M
G
*:
**:
***:
14-contact
LV2
Option A36
RS485
E
D
G: > (MAJ)
F: < (MIN)
E: = (PAR)
D: SET
O: UNIV IN
M: Signal GND
14-contact female connector
on SIWXS.../ISX...
Intrinsically safe device
YCC02-XR14M6; connecting cable; Option of CIXS3 / CX3S.-... / CHX3.-…
Option of CIXS3 / CX3S.-... / CHX3.-…
Interface can be selected and configured by software
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F
O
SIWXS…-3-..-…
or
ISX…-..-…
Option A11
RS232
or
Option A13
RS485
Option A21: RS232
Option A23: RS485
Signum 3 Ex
Digital IOs
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Drawing number
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Power supply options
Hazardous area
3m**
YPSC01-X
(100 -240 Vac)
YPS02-X.R
(100 -240 Vac)
3m
EX Power Supply
3m*
5m*
EX Power Supply
3m
YPS02-XV24
(24 Vdc)
EX Power Supply
2m*
Non-hazardous area
5m
YRB02-X
EX Rechargeable
Battery Pack
20m
YPS02-Z.R
EX Power Supply
5m*
YPS02-XV24
EX Power Supply
20m**
YPSC01-Z
EX Power Supply
0.2m
(100 -240 Vac)
3m
(24 Vdc)
5m
(100 -240 Vac)
3m
SIWXS…-3-..-…
or
ISX…-..-…
Notes:
*: Customer-made product: up to 20m
**: Options up to 40m
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Signum 3 Ex
113
Safety Instruction
These safety instructions apply to the installation, maintenance and repair of the equipment
1) Installation, operation, maintenance, and servicing must be carried out by authorized personnel in
1)
Installation, Betrieb, Wartung und Reparatur sind nach geltenden Gesetzen, Vorschriften, Verordnungen und
compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, ordinances, and standards. In particular, be sure to
Normen von einer dafür vorgesehenen Fachkraft durchzuführen. Insbesondere ist die Europäische Norm EN
conform to European standard EN 60079-14 (Explosive atmospheres – Part 14: Electrical installations
60079-14 (Explosionsfähige Atmosphäre – Teil 14: Projektierung, Auswahl und Errichtung elektrischer Anlagen)
design, selection and erection). Installation, maintenance, cleaning, and service work must only be carried
zu beachten.
out when the power is disconnected. Do not plug in or disconnect the cable in potentially explosive
Installations-, Wartungs-, Reinigungs- und Reparaturarbeiten dürfen nur im spannungslosen Zustand des
atmospheres.
Geräts erfolgen. Kabel im Ex-Bereich nicht unter Spannung stecken oder trennen!
2) Be sure to follow the installation, operating, maintenance, and servicing instructions given in the supplied
2)
Hinweise
zur Installation, Betrieb, Wartung und Reparatur in den mitgelieferten Betriebsanleitungen unbedingt
manuals.
beachten.
3) The equipment must be installed in such a way that it is protected against the entry of solid foreign objects
Das capable
Gerät muss
durch diethe
Installation
so gegen
das Eindringen
Fremdkörpern
undtoWasser
geschützt
3)or water
of impairing
safety of the
apparatus.
Reduce thevon
riskfesten
of mechanical
damage
a
sein,
dass
die
Sicherheit
des
Geräts
nicht
beeinträchtigt
wird.
Das
Risiko
einer
mechanischen
Beschädigung
ist
minimum.
auf ein Minimum zu reduzieren.
4) The equipment must only be supplied with power by a suitably certified adapter or battery pack that
Das an
Gerät
darf nur safe
von circuit
einem as
geeigneten
bescheinigten
Netzgerät
oder Batteriepack
versorgt werden, welches
4)provides
intrinsically
required by
the certificate
for the apparatu
.
solche
eigensichere
Stromkreise
zur
Verfügung
stellt,
wie
sie
im
Zertifikat
für
dieses
Gerät
gefordert sind.
5) Exposure to UV radiation is not allowed. Avoid direct sunlight.
Geräte keiner
unzulässigen
UV-Strahlung
aussetzen!
Direkte
vermeiden.
6)5)The connecting
cable
for the display
unit must be
protected
againstSonneneinstrahlung
damage and stress caused
by strain.
7)6)Prior Die
to opening
the equipment,
disconnect
power
supply or make
sure that theregeschützt
is no potentially
Anschlusskabel
am Display
müssen the
gegen
Beschädigung
und Zugbelastung
sein.
7)explosive
atmosphere
or
any
other
explosion
hazard
in
the
surrounding
area.
Vor dem Öffnen der Geräte Spannung abschalten oder sicherstellen, dass der Bereich nicht explosionsfähig ist!
8) The data cable connected to the equipment is considered an intrinsically safe circuit. The connection is
8)
Die Datenkabel beinhalten eigensichere Stromkreise. Die Anschlüsse sind gegen unbeabsichtigtes Lösen
secured
againstund
accidental
andgetrennt
may onlywerden,
be plugged
or Anlage
disconnected
when
the power is
gesichert
dürfen disconnection
nur gesteckt und
wennindie
von der
Spannungsversorgung
switched
completely
off.
Check
the
correct
function
of
the
data
transfer
before
using
the
equipment
in a
getrennt ist. Die einwandfreie Funktion der Datenübertragung ist zu prüfen, bevor die Anlage im
potentially
explosive
atmosphere.
explosionsgefährdeten Bereich verwendet wird.
9)9)If theArbeitet
equipment
notnicht
operate
properly, unplug
it immediately
from
the line
supply)
and sichern!
die does
Anlage
störungsfrei,
Anlage sofort
vom Netz
trennen
undpower
gegen(mains
weitere
Benutzung
secure it from further use.
10) Alle metallischen Teile müssen galvanisch mit dem Potenzialausgleich (PA) verbunden sein. Der Betreiber hat
10) All metal parts must be electrically connected to the terminal for the equipotential bonding conductor (PA). The
dazu einen Leiter von mindestens 4 mm² Querschnitt an die an den Gehäusen angebrachten PA-Anschlüsse
equipment
operator is durch
obligated
connect a conductor
with a cross-section
of at leastdieser
4 mm²
to the PA zur
terminal
(gekennzeichnet
das to
Erdungssymbol)
anzuschließen.
Die Niederohmigkeit
Verbindung
PA located
on
the
housing
(marked
with
the
ground
symbol).
The
low
resistance
of
this
connection
to
the
PA
bus bar
Schiene ist bei der Installation der Anlage vor Ort zu überprüfen. Ein Lösen der Verbindung durch Ziehen
ammust
be checked
when
the
system
is
installed
at
the
intended
place
of
use.
Ensure
that
the
connection
cannot
be
unplugged
Erdungskabel ist zu verhindern. Die Schirmung des Verbindungskabels darf nur dann zum alleinigen Erden
by pulling
on thewerden,
grounding
cable.
shielding Spannungsdifferenz
of the connecting cable
may only
beund
useddie
forSchirmung
groundinginwhen
no
verwendet
wenn
keineThe
unerlaubte
auftreten
kann
der Lage
impermissible
difference in voltage
is generated and the shielding is able to conduct the equipotential current.
ist, die Ausgleichsströme
abzuleiten.
AvoidElektrostatische
Use only aReinigung
damp clothnur
to mit
wipefeuchten
down the
equipment.
The equipment
11)11)
generating static
electricity.vermeiden!
Aufladung
Tüchern.
Die Vermeidung
eineroperator
Gefahr shall be
responsible
for
preventing
any
risks
caused
by
static
electricity.
durch elektrostatische Aufladung liegt in der Pflicht des Betreibers der Anlage.
12)12)
Keep Chemikalien,
chemicals anddie
other
agents, which can corrode
the housing seals andangreifen
cable sheaths,
away
from
the fernhalten.
equipment.
die Gehäusedichtungen
und Kabelummantelungen
können,
vom
Gerät
TheseDazu
agents
include
oil,
grease,
benzene,
acetone,
and
ozone.
If
you
are
not
sure
about
the
safety
of
a
certain
gehören Öl, Fett, Benzin, Aceton und Ozon. Bei Unklarheit wenden Sie sich ggf. an den Hersteller.
substance, please contact the manufacturer.
13) Geräte nur in den genannten Temperaturbereichen einsetzen und keinen unzulässigen Wärme- oder
13) Use equipment
only
in the temperature
indicated
notBelüftung
permit exposure
to sources
Kältequellen
aussetzen.
Wärmestauranges
vermeiden.
Für and
eine do
gute
der Geräte
sorgen.of heat or cold. Avoid
exposing the equipment to heat. Ensure that the equipment has sufficient ventilatio .
14) Fremdbezogene Kabel unterliegen der Verantwortung des Betreibers.
14) The equipment operator is responsible for any third-party cables used.
Vor
demthe
Betreiben
des Geräts
prüfen, ob
Ex-Kennzeichnung
(insbesondere
Gasgruppe
und
15)15)
using
equipment,
check whether
thedessen
EX conformity
label (specifically
the gas die
group
and temperature
code)
Before
Temperatur-Code) es zulässt, das Gerät in dem vorgesehenen explosionsgefährdeten Bereich einzusetzen.
allows it to be used in the intended potentially explosive atmosphere.
Die Anlage
in angemessenen
Abständen installation
von einer dafür
ausgebildeten
Fachkraft auf
ihre
ordnungsgemäße
At reasonable
16)16)
intervals,
have your equipment
checked
for proper functioning
and
safety
by a trained and
Funktion
und
Sicherheit
überprüfen
lassen.
certified technicia .
Imequipment
Reparaturfall
nurtoOriginalersatzteile
des original
Herstellers
verwenden!
17)17)
If your
needs
be repaired, use only
replacement
parts supplied by the manufacturer.
Jeder Eingriff
dasequipment
Gerät (außer
durch von
Sartorius
autorisierten
Personen)
führt zum
Verlust
der Ex18)18)
withinthe
by anyone,
other
than repair
work done
by authorized
Sartorius
service
technicians,
Any tampering
Konformität
sowie
aller
Garantieansprüche.
ein Öffnen
der Geräte
nur durch autorisiertes
will result
in the loss
of EX
conformity
and in the Auch
forfeiture
of all claims
underdarf
the manufacturer’s
warranty. Only
Fachpersonal
erfolgen.
authorized
specialists
may open the equipment.
19)19)
Modifications,
including
those
to be
carried out by Sartorius
are only permitted
after express
Modifikationen
(auch
durch
Sartorius-Mitarbeiter)
sindemployees,
nur mit schriftlicher
Genehmigung
erlaubt.written
20)
authorization
hasGeräte
been obtained
from IP6x
Sartorius.
Wurde ein
mit Schutzart
geöffnet, muss die Dichtung ersetzt werden und das Gehäuse mit einem
1Nm wieder
werden.
Die
Schrauben
zumand
Verschließen
20) If an Drehmoment
apparatus withvon
protection
classverschlossen
IP6x is opened,
the seal
must
be replaced
the housingdes
closed again with a
Datenausgangsblechs
müssen
mit einem
von 2Nm
verschlossen
werden.
torque
of 1 Nm. The screws used
for closing
theDrehmoment
data output plate
mustwieder
be tightened
with a torque
of 2 Nm.
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Install the equipment in compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, ordinances and standards. In
particular, be sure to conform to the European Standards EN 60079-14 (Explosive atmospheres – Part 14:
Electrical installations design, selection and erection). For more information see „Verification of Intrinsic Safety“
36953-751-60 (ATEX) and „Control Drawing“ 36953-751-07 (for use in the USA and in Canada).
Be sure to follow the installation, operating, maintenance and servicing instructions given in the manuals
supplied.
The equipment shall be installed in such a way that it is protected against the entry of solid foreign objects or
water capable of impairing the safety of the apparatus. Reduce the risk of mechanical damage to a minimum.
The equipment must be powered by a suitable certified/approved power supply / battery pack with intrinsically
safe circuits as described in the certificate of this equipment.
Exposure to UV radiation is not allowed!
The connecting cable of the display unit must be prevented against damage and stress caused by strain.
Prior to opening the equipment, disconnect the power supply or make sure that there is no potentially explosive
atmosphere or any other explosion hazard in the surrounding area!
The data cable connected to the equipment is considered as intrinsically safe circuit. The connection is secured
against accidental disconnection and may only be plugged in or disconnected when the power is switched
completely off. Output not used must be safeguarded by appropriate sealing cap so that the IP protection rating
is maintained. Check the correct function of the data transfer before you use the equipment in a hazardous
location.
If the equipment does not operate properly, unplug it immediately from line power (mains supply)!
All metal parts must be electrically connected to the terminal for the equipotential bonding conductor (PA). The
equipment operator is obligated to connect a lead with a gauge of at least 4 mm² (cross section) to the PA
terminal located on the side of the housing. The low resistance of this connection to the PA busbar must be
checked when the system is installed at the intended place of use. The shielding of the connecting cables may
only be used for grounding when no impermissible difference in voltage is generated and, if necessary, the
shielding is able to conduct the equipotential current.
Avoid generating static electricity. Use only a damp cloth to wipe down the equipment. The equipment operator
shall be responsible for preventing any risks caused by static electricity.
Keep chemicals and other agents, which can corrode the housing seals and cable sheaths, away from the
equipment. These agents include oil, grease, benzene, acetone and ozone. If you are not sure about the safety of
a certain substance, please contact the manufacturer.
Use equipment only in the temperature ranges indicated. Avoid exposing the equipment to heat.
The equipment operator is responsible for any non-Sartorius cables used.
Check the EX approval marking (particularly the group for gases/dusts and temperature class/code) on all
equipment in the hazardous area before operation to ensure that this approved equipment is permitted to be
operated in this area.
At reasonable intervals, have your equipment installation checked for proper functioning and safety by a trained
and certified technician.
If your equipment needs to be repaired, use only original spare parts supplied by the manufacturer!
Any tampering with the equipment by anyone, other than repair work done by authorized Sartorius service
technicians, will result in the loss of EX conformity and in the forfeiture of all claims under the manufacturer's
warranty. Only authorized specialists may open the equipment.
Modifications, including those to be carried out by Sartorius employees, may be permitted only after the express
written authorization has been obtained from Sartorius.
If an IP6x housing has been opened, replace the gaskit and close the housing with a tightening torque of 1 Nm.
The screws, which are used to close the data output sheets, must secured with a tightening torque of 2 Nm.
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Safety Instruction
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Install the equipment in compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, ordinances and standards. In
particular, be sure to conform to the European Standards EN 60079-14 (Explosive atmospheres – Part 14:
Electrical installations design, selection and erection). For more information see „Verification of Intrinsic
Safety“ 36953-761-60 (ATEX) and „Control Drawing“ 36953-761-07 (for use in the USA and in Canada).
Be sure to follow the installation, operating, maintenance and servicing instructions given in the manuals
supplied.
The equipment shall be installed in such a way that it is protected against the entry of solid foreign objects or
water capable of impairing the safety of the apparatus. Reduce the risk of mechanical damage to a minimum.
The equipment must be powered by a suitable certified/approved power supply / battery pack with intrinsically
safe circuits as described in the certificate of this equipment.
Exposure to UV radiation is not allowed!
The connecting cable of the display unit must be prevented against damage and stress caused by strain.
Prior to opening the equipment, disconnect the power supply or make sure that there is no potentially
explosive atmosphere or any other explosion hazard in the surrounding area!
The data cable connected to the equipment is considered as intrinsically safe circuit. The connection is secured
against accidental disconnection and may only be plugged in or disconnected when the power is switched
completely off. Output not used must be safeguarded by appropriate sealing cap so that the IP protection
rating is maintained. Check the correct function of the data transfer before you use the equipment in a
hazardous location.
If the equipment does not operate properly, unplug it immediately from line power (mains supply)!
All metal parts must be electrically connected to the terminal for the equipotential bonding conductor (PA).
The equipment operator is obligated to connect a lead with a gauge of at least 4 mm² (cross section) to the PA
terminal located on the side of the housing. The low resistance of this connection to the PA busbar must be
checked when the system is installed at the intended place of use. The shielding of the connecting cables may
only be used for grounding when no impermissible difference in voltage is generated and, if necessary, the
shielding is able to conduct the equipotential current.
Avoid generating static electricity. Use only a damp cloth to wipe down the equipment. The equipment
operator shall be responsible for preventing any risks caused by static electricity.
Keep chemicals and other agents, which can corrode the housing seals and cable sheaths, away from the
equipment. These agents include oil, grease, benzene, acetone and ozone. If you are not sure about the safety
of a certain substance, please contact the manufacturer.
Use equipment only in the temperature ranges indicated. Avoid exposing the equipment to heat.
The equipment operator is responsible for any non-Sartorius cables used.
Check the EX approval marking (particularly the group for gases/dusts and temperature class/code) on all
equipment in the hazardous area before operation to ensure that this approved equipment is permitted to be
operated in this area.
At reasonable intervals, have your equipment installation checked for proper functioning and safety by a
trained and certified technician.
If your equipment needs to be repaired, use only original spare parts supplied by the manufacturer!
Any tampering with the equipment by anyone, other than repair work done by authorized Sartorius service
technicians, will result in the loss of EX conformity and in the forfeiture of all claims under the manufacturer's
warranty. Only authorized specialists may open the equipment.
Modifications, including those to be carried out by Sartorius employees, may be permitted only after the
express written authorization has been obtained from Sartorius.
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FM/CSA Certificates
FM Approvals
1151 Boston Providence Turnpike
P.O. Box 9102 Norwood, MA 02062 USA
T: 781 762 4300 F: 781-762-9375 www.fmapprovals.com
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
HAZARDOUS LOCATION ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
PER CANADIAN REQUIREMENTS
This certificate is issued for the following equipment:
SIWXSabc-d-ef-ghi. Weighing Unit.
IS / I,II,III / 1 / ABCDEFG / T4 – 36953-751-07; IP6X
I / 1 / Ex ib / IIC / T4 – 36953-751-07; IP6X
Special Condition of Use:
1. Electrostatic charging of the equipment shall be avoided; clean only with a damp cloth.
ISXabc-ef-ghi. Weighing Unit.
IS / I,II,III / 1 / ABCDEFG / T4 – 36953-751-07; IP6X
I / 1 / Ex ib / IIC / T4 – 36953-751-07; IP6X
Special Condition of Use:
1. Electrostatic charging of the equipment shall be avoided; clean only with a damp cloth.
SIWXSBBP-3-06-Hhi. Weighing Unit.
IS / I / 1 / ABCD / T4 – 36953-751-07; IP4X
I / 1 / Ex ib / IIC / T4 – 36953-751-07; IP4X
Special Condition of Use:
1. Electrostatic charging of the equipment shall be avoided; clean only with a damp cloth.
ISXBBP-3-06-Hhi. Weighing Unit.
IS / I / 1 / ABCD / T4 – 36953-751-07; IP4X
I / 1 / Ex ib / IIC / T4 – 36953-751-07; IP4X
Special Condition of Use:
1. Electrostatic charging of the equipment shall be avoided; clean only with a damp cloth.
To verify the availability of the Approved product, please refer to www.approvalguide.com
FM Approvals HLC 6/07
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FM/CSA Certificates
Equipment Ratings:
IP6X Models: SIWXS Scale and ISX Weighing platform as Intrinsically Safe for use in Class I, II
and III, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F and G; Class I, Zone 1, Ex ib Group IIC, in accordance
with Control Drawing 36953-751-07, Temperature Class T4 Hazardous Indoor Locations over a
temperature range of -10°C to +40°C.
IP4X Models: SIWXSBBP-3-06-H Scale and ISXBBP-3-06-H Weighing platform as Intrinsically
Safe for use in Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C and D; Class I, Zone 1, Ex ib Group IIC; in
accordance with Control Drawing 36953-751-07; Temperature Class T4; Hazardous Indoor
Locations over a temperature range of -10°C to +40°C.
FM Approved for:
Sartorius Weighing Technology GmbH
Goettingen, Germany
To verify the availability of the Approved product, please refer to www.approvalguide.com
FM Approvals HLC 6/07
3047194C
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FM/CSA Certificates
This certifies that the equipment described has been found to comply with the following
Approval Standards and other documents:
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 157-92
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60079-0
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60079-11
Original Project ID: 3047194
2006
2009
2011
2011
Approval Granted: June 19, 2013
Subsequent Revision Reports / Date Approval Amended
Report Number
Date
Report Number
Date
FM Approvals LLC
19 June 2013
J.E. Marquedant
Group Manager, Electrical
Date
To verify the availability of the Approved product, please refer to www.approvalguide.com
FM Approvals HLC 6/07
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Control drawing
Hazardous (Classified) Location
Class I,II,III, Division 1,
Groups A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Canada: Group A is excluded!
Hazardous (Classified) Location
Class I, II, III, Division 1, Groups A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I, Zone 1, Groups IIA, IIB, IIC
Zone 21
Display Unit of the
SIWXS...-3-..-...
7)
2)
SARTORIUS
SARTORIUS
6)
5)
4)
Weighing Unit
Series
SIWXS...-3-..-...
Power
Power Supply Type
YPS02-XUR
19)
YPS02-XKR
18)
3)
ISXS…-3-..-…
3)
WARNING:
Hazardous (Classified) Location
Class I,II,III, Division 2,
Groups A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I, Zone 1, Groups IIA, IIB
Class II, Zone 21
SIWXSBBP-3-06-H.. models
May not be used in
Class II, III, Groups E,F,G
and in Zone 21, respectively!
Data Interface Board
8)
SARTORIUS
4)
5)
YRB02-X
Non-Hazardous Location
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10)
4)
11)
T-Connector
Rechargeable
Battery Pack
17)
SARTORIUS
Power Supply Type
YPS02-XKR
5)
16)
2)
Power
3)
10) or 12)
5)
9)
13)
Any NRTL approved
equipment with Entity
Concept parameters
E.g. SARTORIUS
Interface Converter Type
YDI05-Z
2)
Data
3)
15)
13)
Any NRTL approved equipment with
Entity Concept parameters
E.g. SARTORIUS Indicator
CIXS3-.
3)
14)
: Alternative connection
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Control Drawing
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Control drawing
Data Interface of the SIWXS...-3-..-… / ISXS…-3-..-…
RS232 +
Digital I/Os
RS422
RS485 +
Digital I/Os
Pin
CTS
RxD
TxD
DTR
GND
GND
GND
UNI_IN
SET
PAR
MIN
MAJ
GND
GND
TxD_N
TxD_P
DRT_P
RxD_N
DTR_N
----CTS_N
CTS_P
RxD_P
GND
TxD-RxD_P
TxD_RxD_N
--GND
GND
GND
UNI_IN
SET
PAR
MIN
MAJ
A
J
K
N
C
M
B
O
D
E
F
G
14pin female connector in IP65:
G
F
E
M
H
O
J
D
N
C
K
A
B
L
Input parameters (combined circuits):
RS232
RS422
RS485
Digital I/Os
Ui
12.6 V* 25.2 V**
8.6 V
see below
8.6 V
Ii
328 mA***
210 mA
see below
any
Pi
any
0.5 W
any
any
Ci
2.2 nF*/0.5nF**
0.5 µF
260 nF
0 µF
Li
0 mH
0 mH
0 mH
0 mH
*: versus ground; **: between the lines; ***: resistively limited
RS485 (Rmin = Ui / Ii is the minimum output resistance of the combined circuits of the equipment connected to the
SIWXS…-3-.. or ISXS…-…-..):
Ui
Ii
Rmin
±12.4V
130 mA***
95
12.0V
164mA***
73
7.2V
any
any
Output parameters (combined circuits):
RS232
RS422
RS485
Digital I/Os
Uo
Io
Po
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
10.0 V*
20.0 V**
5.2 V
5.2 V
6.0 V
101 mA***
253 mW
3 mH
140μH/
290 mA
210 mA***
45 mA***
496 mW
263 mW
67 mW
3 µF*
217 nF**
60 µF
60 µF
40 µF
300 µH
600 µH
20 mH
50μH/
125 µH/
530 µH/
*: versus ground; **: between the lines; ***: resistively limited
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Notes
1) In the USA: The installation must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code
505 and ANSI / ISA-RP 12.6.
®
In Canada: The installation must be in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code
, NFPA 70, Article 504 or
®
, Part1, Section 18.
2) The apparatus must not be connected to any device that uses or generates in excess of 250Vrms or DC.
Um = 250V.
3) In the USA: The Apparatus must be connected to a suitable ground electrode per National Electrical Code
NFPA 70, Article 504 or 505. The resistance of the ground pad must be less than 1 ohm.
®
In Canada: The Apparatus must be connected to a suitable ground electrode per Canadian Electrical Code
Part 1. The resistance of the ground pad must be less than 1 ohm.
,
®
,
4) Connection by non interchangeable cable type LiYC-Y-CY 4 x 0.5; max length: 50m (164 ft).
5) Connection by means of polarized connector outside of the indicator.
6) Connection by non interchangeable cable type LiYC-Y-CY 4 x 0.5; max length: 0.5m (1.6 ft).
7) The cable must be protected against damage.
8) The circuits of the data output interface shall be assumed to be connected to earth.
9) The cable needs not be protected against damage.
10) Equipment with metallic housing (IP4x in minimum) and passive wiring, only. For use in Class II,III, Division 1
and in Zone 21 the housing must be IP6x.
11) The cable to the T-Connector must be protected against damage.
12) Any NRTL approved equipment with Entity Concept parameters (see note 13)
13) The Entity Concept allows interconnection of intrinsically safe apparatus with associated apparatus not
specifically examined in combination as a system when the approved values of Voc, Isc and Pmax resp. Uo, Io,
Po of the associated apparatus are less than or equal to Vmax, Imax and Pmax resp. Ui, Ii, Pi of the intrinsically
safe apparatus and the approved values of Ca and La resp. Co and Lo of the associated apparatus are greater
than Ci and Li of the intrinsically safe apparatus plus all cable parameters.
For the input and output parameters of the data interrface of the SIWXS...-3-..-… / ISXS…-3-..-…see page 2.
14) The Sartorius Indicator Series CIXS3-. is approved/certified by FM for use in the USA and in Canada. See
Certificate of Compliance and Control Drawing number 65607-000-07-A4.
15) The Sartorius Interface Converter YDI05-Z.. is approved/certified by FM for use in the USA and in Canada. See
Certificate of Compliance and Control Drawing number 65710-800-07-A4.
16) The Sartorius Power Supply Model YPS02-ZKR is approved/certified by FM for use in the USA and in Canada.
See Certificate of Compliance and Control Drawing number 65501-000-17.
17) The Sartorius rechargeable battery pack YRB02-X is approved/certified by FM for use in the USA and in
Canada. See Certificate of Compliance and Control Drawing number 65656-000-07-A4.
18) The Sartorius Power Supply Model YPS02-XKR is /certified by CSA for use in Canada. See Certificate of
Compliance and Control Drawing number 65516-000-17.
19) The Sartorius Power Supply Model YPS02-XUR is approved by FM for use in the USA. See Certificate of
Compliance and Control Drawing number 65516-000-17.
20) Ambient temperature range: -10°C .... +40°C (14°F .... +104°F) The temperature class for gases of the SIWXS...3-..-… / ISXS…-3-..-…is T4. The maximum surface temperature for dusts of the SIWXS...-3-..-… / ISXS…-3-..…is 80°C (176°F).
21) WARNING:
SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR INTRINSIC SAFETY.
AVERTISSEMENT: LA SUBSTITUTION DE COMPOSANTS PEUT COMPROMETTRE LA SÉCURITÉ
INTRINSÈQUE.
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General Password
Appendix: General Password
After selecting the “Setup” menu item
a request to enter the access password
“Code” will be shown on the display for
2 seconds.
The place for the first character of the
password flashes.
Press repeatedly k, );
Press repeatedly k, );
Press repeatedly k, );
Press repeatedly k, );
Press repeatedly k, );
Press repeatedly k, );
Press repeatedly k, );
Enter password
– Enter the numbers with the k key
and save with the ) key.
Press the k key (numbers in
ascending order: 0-9) or the p key
(numbers in descending order: 9-1)
until the required character appears on
the display.
If the password is longer than
7 characters the first character will be
displaced to the right and out of the
display.
Press repeatedly k, );
The password set is shown on the
display.
) Confirm the password
( Exit from the menu level
) (press and hold)
Save settings and exit menu
General password:
40414243
Service password:
202122
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Sartorius Weighing Technology GmbH
Weender Landstrasse 94-108
37075 Goettingen, Germany
Phone +49.551.308.0
Fax +49.551.308.3289
www.sartorius-mechatronics.com
Copyright by Sartorius,
Goettingen, Germany.
No part of this publication may be
reprinted or translated in any form or
by any means without prior written
permission from Sartorius.
All rights reserved by Sartorius in
accordance with copyright law.
The information and figures contained
in these instructions correspond to the
version date specified below. Sartorius
reserves the right to make changes to the
technology, features, specifications, and
design of the equipment without notice.
Date:
July 2013, Sartorius,
Goettingen
Printed in Germany.
Printed on bleached, chlorine-free paper
KT - RS
Publication No.: WSI6011-e13072