Salter Brecknell B 130 Instruction manual

MODEL PS 150
PS 400
DIGITAL RECEIVING SCALE
Operation Manual
Rev B
Salter Brecknell Weighing Products
1000 Armstrong Drive
Fairmont, MN 56031
Phone : 507-238-8702
Fax : 507-238-8271
email : sales@salterbrecknell.com
web : http://www.salterbrecknell.com
INTRODUCTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Model PS150 is a 150lb Digital Receiving Scale. The
Model PS400 is a 400lb Digital Receiving Scale. Both
units can be powered by battery or AC adapter (included).
The scale is equipped with a movable display that can be
placed on the work surface or mounted to the wall.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING! This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency and if not
installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause interference to
radio communications. It has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for a Class A
computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part
15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference
when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area
may cause interference in which case the user
will be responsible to take whatever measures
necessary to correct the interference.
Description of Parts …………………………
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Main Features ……………………………….
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Before You Begin …..……...…………….....
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Battery Installation …………….…...……….
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Auto Shut-Off Feature ………………………
2
Mounting the Unit …………….……………..
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Display and Function ……………………….
3
General Operation …………………………..
3
Power On ……………..………..…………
3
Weighing ….…..…………..………………
3
Tare Operation …….………….………….
3
Tare Capability ………..….………………
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Error and Status Messages ………………..
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SPECIFICATIONS
You may find the booklet "How to Identify and
Resolve Radio TV Interference Problems" prepared
by the Federal Communications Commission helpful.
It is available from the U.S. Government Printing
Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Stock No. 001-00000315-4.
Capacity (LB): PS150 = 150lb x 0.2lb
PS400 = 400lb x 0.5lb
Capacity (KG): PS150 = 70kg x 0.1kg
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expressed written permission, of editorial or pictorial
content, in any manner, is prohibited. No patent
liability is assumed with respect to the use of the
information contained herein. While every precaution
has been taken in the preparation of this manual, the
Seller assumes no responsibility for errors or
omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for
damages resulting from use of the information
contained herein. All instructions and diagrams have
been checked for accuracy and ease of application;
however, success and safety in working with tools
depend to a great extent upon the individual
accuracy, skill and caution. For this reason the Seller
is not able to guarantee the result of any procedure
contained herein. Nor can they assume responsibility
for any damage to property or injury to persons
occasioned from the procedures. Persons engaging
the procedures do so entirely at their own risk.
PS400 = 181kg x 0.2kg
Power Source: 6 AA batteries (not included)
with automatic shut-off OR included UL listed
120V AC 60Hz to 9V DC 300mA adapter.
PRECAUTIONS
Before using this instrument, read this manual
and pay special attention to all "WARNING"
symbols:
Serial Number______________________
Date of Purchase___________________
Purchased Form____________________
___________________________________
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IMPORTANT
RETAIN THIS INFORMATION FOR FUTURE USE
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ELECTRICAL
WARNING
Congratulations on your purchase of the Digital
Receiving Scale. Your Digital Receiving Scale
is an example of superior design and
craftsmanship. In order to optimize its function,
be sure to read this instruction manual carefully
before use. Keep instructions handy for future
reference.
Before You Begin
Description of Parts
1.
Remove scale from its box along with
control panel and the 120V Adapter.
2.
If using the 120V Adapter, plug one end into
the receptacle (connector) at the rear of the
scale. Insert the other end (the adapter)
into a 120V outlet.
Battery Installation
Model PS150/PS400
The Digital Receiving Scale operates with (6)
“AA” batteries (Alkaline preferred).
Main Features
1.
Place unit upright on a flat surface and lift
platform from top of scale.
2.
Remove battery compartment door and
insert batteries into compartment. Make
certain to observe the correct polarity.
3.
Replace compartment door and platform
cover on scale.
LCD Display
1” digit size displays weight.
Tare/Hold Button
When pressed, one time the scale will tare
(zero out) the load on the platform. When
pressed and held for 2/3 seconds any load
on the scale will continue to show on the
display even after the load has been
removed.
Auto Shut-off Feature
This feature makes the scale shut-off after 2
minutes of nonuse to conserve the battery. You
can disable this feature and the scale will
operate continuously.
Units Button
When pressed, converts the displayed
weight from pounds to kilograms, or from
kilograms to pounds.
1.
With the scale off, press the “UNIT
CONVERSION” button and hold down.
2.
ON Button
When pressed turns scale “ON”.
Press and hold “ON” button, while holding
the “UNIT CONVERSION” button down.
3.
OFF Button
When pressed turns scale “OFF”.
The display will show “
” and then “
”
will appear. The auto-off feature is now deactivated. Release the buttons.
4.
To make the auto-off active again, repeat
step 1 and 2 and “
” will appear. The
auto-off is now functional.
Auto Shut Off
Powers off after 2 minutes of nonuse.
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Mounting the Unit
General Operation
1.
Mount bracket to wall using (2) screws that
are appropriate anchors for the surface
being mounted to.
2.
Lower control panel into mounted bracket.
Insert flat tip screws (included) through
round holes in mounting bracket and drive
the screws into existing threaded holes in
lower half of control panel to secure control
panel to bracket.
POWER ON
To turn the scale on, press the button marked
“ON”. The display will first show “
” for
approximately two (2) seconds, then display
“ ”. This indicates that the scale is ready for
use.
WEIGHING
When the display shows “ ” it is ready to weigh
an object. If the object exceeds the capacity of
the scale by more than 5%, the display will show
oooo
”.
“
YOUR
SCALE
IS NOW
READY
FOR
USE.
Until the overload condition is reached, objects
can be placed on the platform, with the display
showing the total weight of all objects on the
platform.
TARE OPERATION
To tare (zero out) a load on the platform (i.e.:
the weight of a container), press the button
marked “TARE/HOLD” one time. When this is
done, the display will show the value “ ”. This
could be followed by the addition of another
load, if so desired. The display will show the
sum of all additional loads above and beyond
the tared load.
Display and Function
TARE CAPABILITY
A load of up to the capacity of the scale can be
tared (zeroed out).
When a load is tared, an additional load up to
the full capacity of the scale can be weighed.
Example: A Model 150 has a capacity of 150
lbs if a load of 20 lbs on that scale is tared
(zeroed out), an additional load or loads of up to
130 lbs can be weighed.
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General Operation
WEIGHT HOLD
To activate weight the hold feature.
1. Press and hold the TARE/HOLD button for 3
seconds. The display shows “H_ on”.
Weigh Hold is now active, until turned off or the scale
goes to sleep.
2. Place a package on the scale, allow the scale
weight to become stable. Remove the package,
the weight of the package will remain on the
display.
To perform another weight hold transaction,
press the TARE/HOLD key to zero the scale,
repeat step 2.
If the loading weight is bigger than the weight that shows on the
display, the displayed weight will be updated by the new weight.
4. To turn off the weight hold feature, press and
hold the TARE/HOLD button for 3 seconds. The
display shows “H_oF”.
Error and Status Messages
Low Battery
If battery is discharged, the display will show
the”bAtt“ message. The operator should
replace the batteries or use the adapter.
Over Load
If the total load exceeds the maximum capacity
of scale, the display will show the “oooo“
message. The weight must be removed from
the platform and not allowed to remain on the
platform.
Minus weight
If the weight value is less than –99.9 lbs, the
display will show the following: “----“.To adjust
the minus weight, press the “Tare/Hold” button.
EPROM Failure
If the ”ErrE“ message appears, the operator
should contact their scale service
representative.
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