Sartorius CB Operating instructions

Operating Instructions
Sartorius
Counting Scales
CB Models
Electronic Precision Scales
98648-009-72
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Intended Use
The models of the CB Series are
precision scales designed for the
measurement of mass covering a
range from 0.01 g and 64 kg.
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CB models meet the highest requirements on the accuracy and reliability of
weighing results through the following
features:
Efficient filtering-out of unfavorable
ambient conditions, such as vibration,
drafts, etc.
Stable and reproducible weighing
results
Excellent readability under any lighting
conditions
Rugged, durable weighing system
CB scales save work and speed up
simple routine applications through
these features:
Reference sample quantity adjustable
using the selector
Mass unit conversion by toggling
between units (second weight unit)
Extremely fast response times of
approx. 1 second
Total ease of operation
Runs on 6 size C alkaline manganese
batteries rated to 1.5 V, max. 8,100 mAh
Serial RS-232 port for connection to
a PC
Two lines in the printout are configurable to show your company name, for
example
Contents
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Contents
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Intended Use
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Warnings and Safety Precautions
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General View of the Scale
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Getting Started
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Operating the Scale
Weighing
Calibration/Adjustment
Counting
Toggle between Units
Weigh Averaging
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Settings
Setting the Parameters (Menu)
Parameter Settings (Overview)
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Generating a Printout
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Data Interface
Pin Assignment Chart
Cabling Diagram
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Error Codes
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Care and Maintenance
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Instructions for Recycling
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Overview
Specifications
Dimensions (Scale Drawings)
Accessories (Options)
C Marking
Supplement:
Key label strip for the control
panel showing the procedure
for “counting”
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Warnings and Safety Precautions
The scale has been constructed in
accordance with the European Directives
as well as international regulations and
standards for operation of electrical
equipment, electromagnetic compatibility, and stipulated safety requirements.
Improper use or handling, however, can
result in property damage or personal
injury.
Read these operating instructions
thoroughly before using your scale
to prevent damage to the equipment.
Keep these instructions in a safe place
for future reference.
Follow the instructions below to ensure
safe and trouble-free operation of your
scale:
! Warning When Using Prewired RS-232
Connecting Cables:
RS-232 cables purchased from other
manufacturers often have incorrect
pin assignments for use with Sartorius
scales. Be sure to check the pin assignment against the respective chart before
connecting the cable, and disconnect
any lines marked “Internally Connected”
(e.g., pin 6). Failure to do so may
damage or even completely ruin your
scale and/or peripheral device.
– The only way to turn the power
off completely is to disconnect the
AC adapter
– The scale housing is protected against
penetration (ingress) of solid objects
(IP30)
! Do not use this scale in a hazardous
area/location
! Only for use with LISTED direct plug
– Connect only Sartorius accessories and
options, as these are optimally designed
for use with your CB scale
in power supply.
! CAUTION. Risk of explosion if battery
is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according
to the instructions.
! Make sure that the voltage rating
printed on the AC adapter is identical
to your local line voltage
– Protect the AC adapter and the scale
from moisture
When cleaning your scale, make sure
that no liquid enters the scale housing;
use only a slightly moistened cloth
to clean the scale.
Do not open the scale housing.
In case you have any problems with
your scale:
$ Contact your local Sartorius office,
dealer or service center
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General View of the Scale
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Item
(Spare Part Order No.)
1
Weighing pan
(69C00036)
2
Battery compartment
(below the control unit)
Item
(Spare Part Order No.)
12 [ZERO] key: zeros the display. Sets
the display to zero. Zeroing is only
allowed within the ± 2% range of
the scale’s maximum capacity.
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Control unit
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4
Foot
[ON/OFF] key: Switches the display
on or off. (The scale remains
energized in the standby mode –
depending on the menu setting.)
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[UNIT] key: Toggles between 2
weight units or to counting mode
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Display: average piece weight
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[START] key: starts measurement
of the average piece weight
Weight display in the basic unit
selected
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Selector: selects reference sample
quantity
Shows that a value is in the tare
memory
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Symbol for standby operation
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[OK] key: saves reference sample
quantity
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Symbol for zeroing
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“Busy” symbol
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Weight unit or piece count (pcs)
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Manufacturer’s label
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DC jack
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Data interface port
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Main display
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(Set: 69C00038 not for
CB…000CA models)
[DELETE] key: cancels operation
This key is generally used for the following:
– End counting
– Cancel a calibration/adjustment
routine in progress
[PRINT] key: generates a printout
This key sends displayed values via
the built-in data interface to an
on-line Sartorius Data Printer or
to a computer.
[TARE] key: tares (subtracts weight)
The weight of an empty container is
subtracted so that the net weight of
a sample in the container is always
shown afterwards.
Not shown:
Set of small parts (battery cover, selector,
clear plastic overlay)
(69C00039)
Getting Started
Storage and Shipping Conditions
Do not expose the scale to shock, vibration, moisture or extreme temperature.
Unpacking the Scale
§ After unpacking the scale, check it
immediately for any visible damage
$ If you see any sign of damage, proceed
as directed in the chapter entitled “Care
and Maintenance” under the section on
“Safety Inspection”
Save the box and all parts of the
packaging until you have successfully
installed your scale. Only the original
packaging provides the best protection
for shipment. Before packing your
scale, unplug all connected cables to
prevent damage.
Equipment Supplied
The equipment supplied includes the
components listed below:
– Scale with weighing pan mounted
in place
– Plug-in AC adapter
– Operating instructions
Installation Instructions
CB scales are designed to provide
reliable weighing results under normal
ambient conditions. When choosing a
location to set up your scale, observe
the following so that you will be able to
work with added speed and accuracy:
– Set up the scale on a stable, even
surface
– Avoid placing the scale next to a heater
or exposing the scale to direct sunlight
– Protect the scale from direct drafts that
come from open windows or doors
– Avoid exposing the scale to strong
vibration during weighing
– Protect the scale from aggressive
chemical vapors
– Avoid exposing the scale to extreme
moisture
Conditioning the Scale:
Moisture in the air can condense on
the surfaces of a cold scale whenever it
is brought into a substantially warmer
place. Therefore, condition a cold scale
for approx. 2 hours at room temperature, leaving it unplugged from AC
power. Afterwards, keep the scale
continuously connected to AC power.
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AC Power Connection/Safety Precautions
Use only
– Original Sartorius AC adapters; for Europe: 6971948
§ Insert the right-angle plug into the jack on the scale
§ Then plug the Class 2 AC adapter into any
electrical outlet. No additional safety precautions
are required.
Information on Radio Frequency Interference
Warning!
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy 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
is likely to cause interference, in which case the
user, at his own expense, will be required to take
whatever measures may be required to correct the
interference.
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Installing the Batteries
$ Batteries are not included with the equipment
supplied.
! Use only commercially available size C alkaline
manganese batteries rated to 1.5 V max. 8,100 mAh.
§ Lay the scale on its side.
§ To open the battery compartment, lift the
compartment cover.
§ Install six 1.5-volt size C batteries in the
compartment.
$ Make sure to connect the positive and negative
poles correctly.
! Used batteries are classified as waste that requires
special handling (not “household” waste). Dispose
of rechargeable batteries according to your country’s
applicable special waste disposal regulations.
§ To close the battery compartment: Press down on
the cover until it clicks into place.
For automatic shutoff of a battery-operated scale:
$ Select “automatic shutoff” in the menu: Please see
the chapter on “Settings” to select code 8. 4. 1
> The scale will then shut off automatically when
it has not been operated for more than approx.
2 minutes.
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Connecting Electronic Peripheral Devices
§ Make absolutely sure to unplug the scale from
AC power before you connect or disconnect
a peripheral device (printer or PC) to or from the
interface port.
For battery operation:
> Press the [ON/OFF] key to shut off the power
completely (scale does not go into standby mode).
Warmup Time
To deliver exact results, the scale must warm up
for at least 30 minutes after initial connection to
AC power. Only after this time will the scale have
reached the required operating temperature.
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Operating the Scale
Weighing
Features
– Zeroing the scale
Depending on the prevailing ambient conditions,
the display may not show a zero readout even
though there is no load on the scale. If the weight
shown is less than 2% of the scale’s maximum
weighing capacity, you can zero the scale.
– Taring the scale (saving a [container] weight in
the memory by subtracting it from the display)
Tare the scale with an empty container on the
weighing pan to obtain a readout of the net weight
after filling the container.
– Printing weights
Preparation
§ Turn on the scale:
Press [ON/OFF]
> A self-test is performed
$ To change settings: please see the chapter
on “Settings”
$ To load the factory settings: please see the
chapter on “Settings,” parameter 9. - 1
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Example
Determine a weight
Settings: factory settings
Step
Press key
Display/Printout
1. Turn on scale
[ON/OFF]
0.0 g
2. If necessary, zero scale
[ZERO]
0.0 g
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3. Place empty container on scale
(in this example, 11.5 g)
4. Tare scale
0.0 g
[TARE]
+ 120.5 g
5. Place sample in container
on scale (in this example, 120.5 g)
6. Print weight*
[PRINT]
N
T
G#
* Your local Sartorius service center or dealer
can configure the scale to include 2 customerspecific lines on the printout.
Software is available for setting this
configuration using a PC.
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11.5 g
ABC HOBBY SHOP
LOS ANGELES
+
120.5 g
+
11.5 g
+
132.0 g
Calibration/Adjustment
Purpose
Technically, calibration means determining the difference between the
weight readout and the true weight
(mass) of a sample. Calibration does
not entail making any changes within
the scale. Adjustment is the correction
of this difference between the measured
value displayed and the true weight
(mass) of a sample, or the reduction
of the difference to an allowable level
within the maximum permissible error
limits. Because the CB scale automatically performs both calibration and
adjustment, we use the term “calibrate/
adjust” to mean both in this manual.
Factory Settings of the Parameters
Weight unit for calibration/adjustment:
grams (1. 4. 1)
Calibration/adjustment function:
accessible (1. 5. 1)
Features
Calibration/adjustment can only be
performed when
– there is no load on the scale,
– the scale is set to zero, and
– the internal signal is stable.
If these conditions are not met,
an error code is displayed.
The value of the weight on the scale
must not differ from the nominal
weight by more than 2%.
You can use any of the following
weight units to calibrate/adjust:
g, kg, lb (1. 4.)
You can block calibration/adjustment
of the scale (1. 5.)
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Example
Calibrate/adjust the scale
Settings: factory settings
Step
Press key
1. Turn on scale, if power is off
[ON/OFF]
0.0 g
2. If necessary, zero the scale
[ZERO]
0.0 g
3. Start calibration/adjustment
Calibration weight is
displayed without wt. unit
[TARE] (> 2 sec)
4. Place the indicated calibration
weight on scale (in this case,
500 g)
After calibration/adjustment,
calibration weight is displayed
with wt. unit
5. Remove calibration weight
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Display/Printout
+ 500.0
g
500.0
g
+ 500.0 g
0.0 g
Counting
Purpose
With the counting program, you can
determine the number of parts that
have approximately the same average
piece weight.
Features
– The minimum capacity is one digit
related to the resolution of the
particular weight unit selected.
– The resolution can be selected for the
average piece weight to be saved as a
reference and calculation of the piece
count.
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– The criterion for saving the average
sample weight (“Wref”) and calibration
of the piece count can be selected.
This criterion applies to the following
key functions: [ZERO], [TARE], [START]
and [OK].
– Reinitialize without quitting the
counting application.
– The average piece weight and reference
sample quantity (piece count = “nRef”)
are automatically output via the data
interface port after initialization, if you
have selected the setting for printing
several lines of data with nRef/wRef in
the menu.
Function Keys
[START] key:
Press [START] to begin determining
the average piece weight.
The current weight is shown as a
reference for the average piece weight
that is saved when [OK]
is pressed.
Place the reference sample parts on the
scale when “PIECE WEIGHT”: sample
is displayed.
Depending on the menu code previously
set, the scale is either automatically
tared or not tared when the “Counting”
program is started.
The “Auto Zero” function is de-activated
until the average piece weight has been
saved.
[OK] key:
– Initializes the counting application
using the reference sample quantity
selected in the menu.
– Shows the average piece weight
as “PIECE WEIGHT” after you have
pressed the key once.
– If you press the [OK] key again, this will
reinitialize the counting application.
If you press the [OK] key >2 sec.:
– The number of the last reference
sample quantity “nRef” will be
displayed (Init. or Opt.).
– Press [UNIT] to toggle between the
piece count and weight.
! Piece weights that show high variations
or are too low will negatively affect the
counting accuracy.
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Selector
Factory Settings of the Parameters
Program selection:
Counting without weight unit toggling
(2. 1. 4)
Resolution:
Standard: according to the displayed
accuracy
(3. 4. 1)
– Turn this selector to set the reference
sample quantity.
Storage parameter:
At stability (3. 5. 1)
– Each time you change the selector
setting, the new reference sample
quantity will be briefly displayed.
Reference sample updating:
Automatic (3. 6. 2)
Reference Sample Updating
Automatic reference sample updating
optimizes the counting accuracy.
You can activate or de-activate this
function in the menu.
The abbreviation opt for “optimizing”
briefly appears in the “PIECE WEIGHT”
display to indicate that reference sample
updating has been completed if
Autotare when [START] is pressed:
On (3. 7. 2)
Additional Functions
In addition to the basic functions
(power off, zeroing, taring and printing), you can also access the following
functions from this application:
– the criterion for the stability parameter
selected in the menu has been met
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Cancel initialization:
[DELETE] key
– the current piece count is less than
twice the original piece count
–
Show weight: [UNIT] key
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Calibrate/adjust scale:
press [TARE] > 2 sec.
– the current piece count is less than
1,000
– the internally calculated piece count
(such as 17.24 pcs) differs by less than
± 0.3 pcs from the whole number
(17 pcs in this example)
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Example 1:
Count parts into a container
Menu settings: factory settings
Step
Press key
1. Turn on scale, if power is off.
[ON/OFF]
2. Place empty container
on scale and start counting.
[START]
Brief display of:
ref 20
4. Place reference sample quantity
on scale (20 parts in this case).
+ 23.1 g
[OK]
+
20 pcs
+ 23.1 + 1.1550
6. If necessary, update the reference
sample using the optimizing function;
in this case, add 2 to 20 additional
parts to the weighing pan.
+
32 pcs
+ 36.6
opt.
+ 260 pcs
7. Now place unknown number of parts
on pan (in this example, 260).
8. Print piece count.
If you have selected
“nRef” and “wRef” in the menu,
these lines will be printed:
0.0 g
+ 36.6 SAMPLE
3. Select reference sample quantity;
for example, turn selector to
“20”.
5. Save reference sample quantity.
The scale now calculates the
average piece weight.
Display/Printout
+297,4 + 1.1438
[PRINT]
9. Unload scale
nRef
wRef
Qnt
G
+
+
+
+
32
1.1438 g
260 pcs
297.4 g
0 pcs
10. Repeat counting starting from step 7, if desired.
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Example 2:
Counting parts into a full container
Settings: (changes in factory settings required for this example)
Autotare when the [START] is key is pressed: Off (Code 3. 7. 1)
Step
Press key
1. Turn on scale, if power is off.
[ON/OFF]
2. Place empty container
on scale and tare.
[TARE]
3. Place full container on scale
and initialize counting.
[START]
0.0 g NET
+ 267.3 g NET
+ 267.3 SAMPLE
4. Set reference sample quantity;
in this example, turn selector
to “20”.
Brief display of:
ref 20
5. Remove selected quantity of
reference parts from
container.
+ 249.1 g NET
+ 249.1 SAMPLE
6. Save reference piece count.
The scale now calculates
the number of parts and
displays the piece count.
[OK]
7. Print piece count.
If you have selected
“nRef” and “wRef” in the menu,
these lines will be printed:
[PRINT]
+ 274 pcs NET
+ 249.1 + 0.9100
8. Unload scale
9. Repeat counting starting from step 6, if desired.
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Display/Printout
nRef
wRef
Qnt
N
T
G#
+
+
+
+
+
+
20
0.9100
274
249.1
50.0
299.1
0 pcs NET
g
pcs
g
g
g
Toggle between Units
Purpose
With this application program, you can toggle the
display of a weight back and forth between two
units.
Features
– Mass unit conversion of a displayed weight
by toggling
– Other features as for the basic weighing function
Factory Settings of the Parameters
Toggle between weights:
Counting without toggling weight unit (2. 1. 4)
Weight unit 1: grams (1. 7. 2)
Weight unit 2: pounds (3. 1. 5)
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Additional Functions
In addition to the functions for:
turning off scale power: [ON/OFF] key
zeroing the scale: [ZERO] key
taring the scale: [TARE] key
printing: [PRINT] key
you can also access the following functions
from this application:
– toggle between weight units 1 and 2: [UNIT] key
– calibrate/adjust scale: press [TARE] for > 2 sec.
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Menu Code
Unit
Conversion Factor
Printout
(1. 7. 1)
(3. 1. 1)
Grams (o)
1.00000000000
o
(1. 7. 2)
(3. 1. 2)
Grams (g)
1.00000000000
g
(1. 7. 3)
(3. 1. 3)
Kilograms
0.00100000000
kg
(1. 7. 4)
(3. 1. 4)
Carats
5.00000000000
ct
(1. 7. 5)
(3. 1. 5)
Pounds
0.00220462260
lb
(1. 7. 6)
(3. 1. 6)
Ounces
0.03527396200
oz
(1. 7. 7)
(3. 1. 7)
Troy ounce
0.03215074700
ozt
(1. 7. 8)
(3. 1. 8)
Hong Kong taels
0.02671725000
tlh
(1. 7. 9)
(3. 1. 9)
Singapore taels
0.02645544638
tls
(1. 7.10)
(3. 1.10)
Taiwanese taels
0.02666666000
tlt
(1. 7.11)
(3. 1.11)
Grains
15.43235835000
GN
(1. 7.12)
(3. 1.12)
Pennyweights
0.64301493100
dwt
(1. 7.14)
(3. 1.14)
Parts per pound
1.12876677120
/lb
(1. 7.15)
(3. 1 15)
Chinese taels
0.02645547175
tlc
(1. 7.16)
(3. 1.16)
Mommes
0.26670000000
mom
(1. 7.17)
(3. 1.17)
Austrian carats
5.00000000000
K
(1. 7.18)
(3. 1.18)
Tola
0.08573333810
tol
(1. 7.19)
(3. 1.19)
Baht
0.06578947437
bat
(1. 7.20)
(3. 1.20)
Mesghal
0.21700000000
MS
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Example
Toggle unit from grams [g] (1st unit) to pounds [lb] (2nd unit)
Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example):
Menu: Counting with toggling weight unit (2. 1.15)
Step
Press key
1. Turn on scale, if power is off
[ON/OFF]
Display/Printout
0.0 g
2. Load scale
(in this example, with 314.3 g)
+ 314.3 g
3. Toggle to pounds [lb]
unit
[UNIT]
4. Print weight
[PRINT]
+ 0.6930 lb
G
5. Toggle to grams [g]
unit
[UNIT]
ABC HOBBY SHOP
LOS ANGELES
+
0.6930 lb
+ 314.3 g
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Weigh Averaging
Purpose
Use this application program to determine weights of moving samples (such
as animals) or weights under unstable
ambient conditions. In this application,
the scale calculates the average from a
defined number of individual weight
measurements called “subweighing
operations.”
Features
– The measured result displayed is the
arithmetic mean shown in the preselected weight unit; a triangle indicates
that this is a calculated value.
– You can adjust the selector to the
number of subweighing operations
before starting weigh averaging using
the [OK] key.
– The number of subweighing operations
remaining to be performed is displayed
during a measurement.
– To display the number of subweighing
operations for averaging, press the [OK]
key for more than 2 sec.
– Press the [UNIT] key to toggle between
the calculated result and the weight
readout.
– The results are automatically output via
the interface port if you have selected
the printout option with data ID codes
in the menu.
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Function Keys
[OK] key:
– Saves the number of subweighing
operations you selected for averaging
and starting weigh averaging.
– If you press the [OK] key again,
averaging will be reinitialized.
[DELETE] key:
– Cancels initialization.
Selector
– Turn this selector to set the number
of subweighing operations.
– Each time you change the selector setting, the new number of subweighing
operations will be briefly displayed.
Preparation
§ Select the “weigh averaging” program
in the menu: see chapter on “Settings”
to select code 2. 1. 12
Example
Determine the weight of a sample under extremely unstable ambient conditions
by calculating the average of 20 subweighing operations.
Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example):
Menu: “Weigh averaging” application program, code 2.1.12
Step
Press key
1. Turn on scale, if power is off.
[ON/OFF]
2. Tare scale
[TARE]
3. Select number of subweighing
operations
(20 measurements in this example)
Display/Printout
0.0 g
ref 20
(briefly)
+ 8888
4. Place sample on scale
(weight readout fluctuates;
here, for example, by about 275 g)
After 20 subweighing operations
+ 8888
20
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...
1
+ 275.5 g G
If the print format is set to include
data ID codes, the following is printed:
RES
5. Start measurement
[OK]
+
275.5 g
+ 275.5 g G
6. Unload scale
(stable display)
7. Delete result
[DELETE]
8. Repeat procedure starting from step 4, if desired.
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Settings
Setting the Parameters (Menu)
This means you configure, or adapt, the scale to your user requirements by selecting the
parameter settings from a menu.
Example: Adapt scale to place of installation with “Extreme vibration”
Select (Code 1. 1. 4)
Step
Press key
1. Turn off scale
[ON/OFF]
2. Turn scale back on and,
[ON/OFF]
while all segments
are displayed, press
Display
[TARE] briefly
1.
$ To navigate within a
menu level; the last menu
option is followed by the
the first option
Press [TARE]
repeatedly
2.
...
9.
1.
3. Select the 2nd menu level
[PRINT]
1. 1.
4. Select the 3rd menu level
[PRINT]
1. 1. 2 o
5. In menu level 3:
Select the desired option
repeatedly
Press [TARE]
repeatedly
1. 1. 4
6. Confirm new setting;
”o” indicates the currently
set option
Press [PRINT]
for 2 sec.
1. 1. 4 o
$ Return to next higher menu
level (from the 3rd menu level)
[PRINT]
1.
$ Set other menu codes, if desired
[PRINT], [TARE]
7. Save parameter settings
and exit menu
or
Press [TARE]
for 2 sec.
$ Exit menu without saving changes
[ON/OFF]
> Restart the application
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0.0 g
Parameter Settings (Overview)
o Factory setting
√ User setting
Menu
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1.1.1
Minimum vibration
1.1.2
o Normal vibration
1.1.3
Strong vibration
1.1.4
Extreme vibration
1.3. Stability range
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
1.3.5
1/4 digit
1/2 digit
o 1 digit
2 digits
4 digits
1.4. Unit for calibration
weight
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
o Grams
Kilograms
Pounds
1.5. Calibration/
adjustment
1.5.1
1.5.2
o Accessible
Blocked
1.6. Auto zero
1.6.1
1.6.2
o On
Off
1.7. Weight unit 1
(basic unit)
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
Grams (o)
o Grams (g)
Kilograms
Carats
Pounds
Ounces
Troy ounces
Hong Kong taels
Singapore taels
Taiwanese taels
Grains
Pennyweights
Parts per pound
Chinese taels
Mommes
Austrian carats
Tola
Baht
Mesghal
1.8. See next page
2. through 9.
See following pages
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1.1. through 1.7.
See previous page
1.8. Display resolution 1
1.8.1
1.8.2
1.8.3
2. Application
programs
2.1. Program selection
2.1.4
2.1.12
2.1.15
3. Application
parameters
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
Grams (o)
Grams (g)
Kilograms
Carats
o Pounds
Ounces
Troy ounces
Hong Kong taels
Singapore taels
Taiwanese taels
Grains
Pennyweights
Parts per pound
Chinese taels
Mommes
Austrian carats
Tola
Baht
Mesghal
3.2. Display resolution 2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
o Standard
10+ higher resolution
2+ higher resolution
(SuperRange)
3.4. Counting resolution
3.4.1
o Standard: display accuracy,
1 to 1
10+ higher than standard
100+ higher than standard
3.6. through 3.7.
5. through 9.
o Counting without
toggling weight unit
Weigh averaging
Counting with
toggling weight unit
3.1. Weight unit 2
3.4.2
3.4.3
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10+ higher
resolution
2+ higher resolution
(SuperRange)
See following pages
See next page
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3. Application
parameters
3.5. Storage parameter
3.5.1
3.5.2
o With stability
With higher stability
3.6. Reference
sample updating
3.6.1
3.6.2
Off
o Automatic
3.7. Autotare when
[START] key is pressed
3.7.1
3.7.2
Off
o On
5.1. Baud rate
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
150 baud
300 baud
600 baud
o 1,200 baud
2,400 baud
4,800 baud
9,600 baud
5.2. Parity
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
Mark
Space
o Odd
Even
5.3. Number of
stop bits
5.3.1
5.3.2
o 1 stop bit
2 stop bits
5.4. Handshake mode
5.4.1
5.4.2
Software handshake
o Hardware handshake,
1 character after CTS
Hardware handshake,
2 characters after CTS
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5.5. Communications
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5.5.1
5.5.2
o PC, YDP03 printer (SBI)
YDP04IS-0CE* printer
6. Printing
6.1. Manual/auto
print mode
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
Manual without stability
o Manual after stability
Automatic without stability
Automatic at stability
8. through 9.
See next page
* = To operate the YDP04IS-0CE, also configure the following menu codes:
– 5.1.7 “9,600 baud”
– 5.2.2 ”space parity”
– 5.3.2 “2 stop bits”
– 5.4.2 “hardware handshake, 2 characters after CTS”
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7. Printing
7.1. Line format
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7.1.2
7.1.3
7.1.4
8. Extra
functions
8.1. Menu
8.1.1
8.1.2
o Parameter settings
alterable
Parameter settings read only
8.2. External
switch function
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.2.4
8.2.5
8.2.6
8.2.7
[ZERO] key
[TARE] key
o [PRINT] key
[DELETE] key
[UNIT] key
[START] key
[OK] key
8.3. Power-on
mode for scale
8.3.1
Off/on (generally used for
battery operation)
o Standby/on
8.3.2
8.4. Auto shutoff
mode for scale
8.4.1
8.4.2
9. Reset menu
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Without data ID codes
With data ID codes
With data ID codes, N, T, G,
Qnt values and
2 header lines
o With data ID codes, N, T, G,
Qnt values, nRef/WRef
and 2 header lines
9.– Factory settings
9.– 1
9.– 2
Scale not operated
for more than 2 minutes
o No auto shutoff
Reset
Do not reset
Generating a Printout
Purpose
You can generate a printout of weights
as well as other measured values and
identification codes for documentation
purposes. You can format the printout
to meet individual requirements.
Features
You can print two customized header
lines of 14 characters each. (These text
lines are entered either at the Sartorius
factory or on-site with a special
program that uses the BPI interface
command sequence).
Also, you can choose to print an individual weight or net, gross and tare
weights.
Line format: You can configure a data
ID code of up to 6 characters each for
the values to be printed; this data ID
code is printed at the beginning of a line.
Factory Settings of the Parameters
Header lines:
The header lines do not contain any
information in the standard factory
setting.
Manual/automatic print mode:
In the manual mode, an individual value
is printed when you press the print key;
in the automatic mode, values are printed depending on the stability parameter
selected for the scale:
Manual after stability (6. 1. 2).
Line format:
You can configure a data ID code of up
to 6 characters for each of the values
to be printed: printout of the net, tare
and gross values; reference sample
quantity, average piece weight with
data ID codes (7. 1. 4).
§ To set the parameters, please see
the chapter on “Settings”
You can generate printouts either automatically or by pressing the [PRINT]
key; the printout can be dependent or
independent of the scale’s stability
parameter.
You can have the following values output automatically if menu code 7. 1. 4
(printout with data ID codes) is selected:
– Average piece weight (wRef)
– Reference sample quantity (nRef)
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Header Lines:
You can configure
the printout to include
2 user-defined header lines.
The software required for
configuring these lines is
available from Sartorius in
Goettingen or your local
Sartorius office or dealer.
Examples
Printout without Data ID Codes:
The value currently
displayed is printed
(weight or calculated
value with unit)
Printout with Data ID Codes:
The value currently
displayed can be
printed with a data ID
code of up to 6
characters at the
beginning of each line.
You can use this data
ID code to identify a
weight as a net value (N)
or as a calculated piece
count (Qnt).
N
T
G
G#
Qnt
ABC HOBBY SHOP
LOS ANGELES
User-defined
User-defined
+
+
+
Weight in grams
Weight in Troy ounces
Piece count
1530.0 gzt
58.562 ozt
253 pcs
+
+
+
+
+
153.0
023.4
155.3
163.0
253
g
g
g
g
pcs
Print Application Parameters (for Counting):
You can print the
wRef + 0.1400 g
values configured for
initialization of an
nRef +
10
application
Auto Print:
You can have the weight
readout printed automatically. The display
update interval depends
on the operating status
of the scale and on the
scale model.
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N
+
Stat
Stat
Stat
153.0 g
L
H
Current net weight
Value saved in tare memory
Current gross weight
Calculated gross weight
Calculated piece count
Average piece
weight
Reference sample quantity
Net weight
Display blank
Display underload
Display overload
Data Interface
Purpose
Your CB scale comes equipped with an interface
port for connection to a computer or other peripheral
device.
You can use an on-line computer to change, start
and/or monitor the functions of the scale and the
application program (such as counting).
Features
Type of interface:
Operating mode:
Standard:
Transmission rates:
Parity:
Character format:
Handshake:
Communications mode:
Data output format:
serial interface port
full duplex
RS-232
150; 300; 600; 1,200;
2,400; 4,800; 9,600 baud
mark, space, odd, even
1 start bit, 7-bit ASCII,
parity, 1 or 2 stop bits
2-wire interface:
via software (XON/XOFF)
4-wire interface:
via hardware (CTS/DTR)
SBI
16 or 22 characters
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Factory Settings of the Parameters
Transmission rate:
1,200 baud (5. 1. 4)
Parity:
Odd (5. 2. 3)
Stop bits:
1 stop bit (5. 3. 1)
Handshake:
Hardware handshake,
2 characters after
CTS (5. 4. 2)
Communications mode: Standard SBI (5. 5. 1)
Manual/automatic
print mode:
Manual after stability
(6. 1. 2)
Preparation
§ See sections on “Pin Assignment” and
“Cabling Diagram”
Data Output Format
You can output the values displayed including the
weight unit, either with or without data ID codes.
Example: without data ID code
+
253 pcs
Example: with data ID code
Qnt
+
253 pcs
Select the type of output in the menu
(menu: print formats 7. 1. 1, 7. 1. 2, 7. 1. 3 or 7. 1. 4).
The output without a data ID code has 16 characters;
with the data ID code, 22 characterS.
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Data Output Format with 16 Characters
Display segments that are not activated are output as spaces. Characters without a decimal
point are output without a decimal point.
The following characters can be output, depending on the characters displayed:
Normal Operation
Position
1
2
3
4
+
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
D
D
D
D
D
D
*
U
U
U
CR LF
*
*
*
or
–
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
or
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
0
0
0
0
0
0
or
*:
D:
U:
Space
Character displayed (digit or letter)
Unit symbol
CR:
LF:
16
Carriage return
Line feed
Special Codes
Position
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
*
*
–
–
*
*
*
*
*
*
or
H
*
or
L
*
or
C
*
*:
– –:
1
2
3
4
Space
Unstable weight
(final readout mode:
only the stable weight is shown in digits)
H:
L:
C:
15
16
CR LF
Overload
Underload
Calibration/Adjustment
Error Codes
Position
*:
# # #:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
*
*
U
*
#
#
#
*
*
*
*
15
16
CR LF
Space
Error code number
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Example: Output weight + 1255.7 g
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
+
*
*
*
1
2
5
5
.
7
*
g
*
*
Position 1:
Position 2:
Positions 3–10:
Position 11:
Positions 12–14:
Position 15:
Position 16:
15
16
CR LF
Plus or minus sign or space
Space
Weight with a decimal point; leading zeros are output as spaces
Space
Unit symbol or space
Carriage return
Line feed
Data Output Format with 22 Characters
When data with an ID code is output, the ID code consisting of 6 characters precedes the
data with the 16-character format. These 6 characters identify the following value:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
I
I
I
I
I
I
+
*
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
*
*
*
*
*
–
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
*
*
*
I:
*:
D:
ID code character1)
Space
Character displayed
1)
depends on scale type
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*
*
*
*
*
0
0
0
0
0
0
U: Unit symbol
CR: Carriage return
LF: Line feed
*
U
U U CR LF
*
*
*
Special codes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
S
t
a
t
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
–
–
H
*
L
*
*
*
*
*
* * CR LF
*:
Space
H: Overload
– –: Unstable weight
L: Underload
(stable weight indicated in digits in final readout mode)
Error Codes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
S
t
a
t
*
*
*
*
*
*
*:
Space
*
E
*
#
#
#
*
*
* * CR LF
# # #: Error code number
ID code
characters I
Stat
G
G#
Meaning
Status
Gross weight: G/B
Calculated gross weight: G/B
T
Tare T
N
Net N
Qnt
Counting: piece count
wRef
Counting: average piece weight
nRef
Counting: reference sample quantity
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Data Input Format
You can connect a computer to your scale to send commands via the scale interface port
to control the functions of the scale and applications (such as counting).
The commands sent are control commands and may have different formats. Control
commands can consist of up to 4 characters. Each of these characters must be sent
according to the settings configured in the menu for data transmission.
Format for Control Commands
Format : Esc
!
CR
Esc: Escape
!:
Command character
CR: Carriage return (optional)
LF: Line feed (optional)
Command character !
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LF
Meaning
K
Weighing mode 1
L
Weighing mode 2
M
Weighing mode 3
N
Weighing mode 4
O
Block keys
P
Print
R
Release keys
S
Restart
T
Tare and zero (combined)
U
Tare (“Tare only”)
V
Zero
W
External calibration/adjustment
Synchronization
During data communication between the scale and
an on-line device (computer), messages consisting
of ASCII characters are transmitted via the interface.
For error-free data communication, the parameters
for baud rate, parity, handshake mode and character
format must be the same for both units.
You can set these parameters in the menu so that
they match those of the on-line device. You can
also define parameters in the scale to make data
output dependent on various conditions. The
conditions that can be configured are described
under each of the application program descriptions.
If you do not plug a peripheral device into the
scale interface port, this will not generate an error
message.
Handshake
The scale interface (Sartorius Balance Interface = SBI)
has transmit and receive buffers. You can define the
handshake parameter in the menu:
– Hardware handshake (CTS/DTR)
– Software handshake (XON, XOFF)
Hardware Handshake
With a 4-wire interface, 1 more character can be
transmitted after CTS (Clear to Send).
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Software Handshake
The software handshake is controlled via XON and
XOFF. When a device is switched on, XON must
be transmitted to enable any connected device to
communicate.
Activating Data Output
You can define the data output parameter so that
output is activated either when a print command is
received or automatically and synchronous with the
scale display or at defined intervals (see application
program descriptions [“Counting”] and automatic
print setting).
Data Output by Print Command
The print command can be transmitted by pressing
[PRINT] or by a software command (Esc P).
Automatic Data Output
In the “automatic print” mode, data is output to
the interface port without a print command. You can
choose to have data output automatically at defined
print intervals with or without the stability parameter.
Whichever parameter you select, the data will be output
as the readouts appear on the scale display. The display
update frequency depends on the menu setting for
“Adapt filter” 1.1.x.
If you select the automatic print setting, data will
be transmitted immediately the moment you turn
on the scale.
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Pin Assignment Chart
Female Interface Connector:
25-position D-Submini, DB25S, with screw lock hardware for cable gland
Male Connector Required (recommended):
25-pin D-Submini, DB25S, with integrated shielded cable clamp assembly
(Amp type 826 985-1C) and fastening screws (Amp type 164 868-1)
! Warning When Using Prewired RS-232 Connecting Cables:
RS-232 cables purchased from other manufacturers often have incorrect pin assignments
for use with Sartorius scales. Be sure to check the pin assignment against the chart below
before connecting the cable, and disconnect any lines marked “Internally Connected”
(e.g., pin 6). Failure to do so may damage or even completely ruin your scale and/or
peripheral device.
Pin Assignment Chart:
Pin 1:
Signal Ground
Pin 2:
Data Output (TxD)
Pin 3:
Data Input (RxD)
Pin 4:
Internal Ground (GND)
Pin 5:
Clear to Send (CTS)
Pin 6:
Internally Connected
Pin 7:
Internal Ground (GND)
Pin 8:
Internal Ground (GND)
Pin 9:
Internally Connected
Pin 10:
Not Connected
Pin 11:
Ext. Power Supply Only
for Sartorius Accessories
Pin 12:
Reset-Out for Sartorius Accessories*)
Pin 13:
+5 V Output
Pin 14:
Internal Ground (GND)
Pin 15:
Universal Remote Switch
Pin 16:
Not Connected
Pin 17:
Not Connected
Pin 18:
Not Connected
Pin 19:
Not Connected
Pin 20:
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Pin 21:
Internal Ground (GND)
Pin 22:
Internally Connected
Pin 23:
Internally Connected
Pin 24:
Not Connected
Pin 25:
+5 V Output
Connector for Remote Switch
*) = Hardware restart
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Cabling Diagram
– Diagram for interfacing a computer or different peripheral device to the scale using the
RS-232C/V24 standard and cables up to 15 m (50 ft.) long
V24
Scale
Peripheral
25-pin
Type of cable: AWG 24 specification
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PC
or
9-pin
2
3
20
4
3
2
5
8
7
5
Error Codes
Error codes are shown on the main display for approx. 2 seconds, after which the program
automatically returns to the weighing mode.
Display
No segments appear
on the display
h
l
e 01
e 02
e 08
e 09
Cause
No AC power is
available
Solution
Check the AC
power supply
The AC adapter
is not plugged in
Plug the AC adapter
into an electrical outlet
Automatic shutoff
is configured
Turn on the scale
Non-rechargeable/
rechargeable
batteries are drained
The load exceeds
the scale capacity
Something is touching
the weighing pan
Replace or recharge
batteries using external
charger
Unload the weighing pan
Data output is not
compatible with
the input format
Calibration/adjustment
condition not met, e.g.:
– scale not zeroed
– scale is loaded
The scale was zeroed
outside the zero range
Taring not possible
when the gross value
< zero
Move the object
that is touching the
weighing pan away
Change the setting
to the compatible one
in the menu
Calibrate/adjust only
when zero is displayed
Press [ZERO] to
zero scale display
Unload scale
Only zero the scale
when in the allowable
zero range of ± 2% of
the maximum capacity
Press [ZERO]
to zero the scale
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The weight readout
changes constantly
The weight readout
is obviously wrong
Cause
The weight is too light
or there is no sample
on the weighing pan
The interface port
for printer output
is blocked
Unstable ambient
conditions (too much
vibration or the scale)
is exposed to a draft)
A foreign object is
caught between the
weighing pan and
the scale frame
The scale was not
calibrated/adjusted;
the scale was not
zeroed before weighing
Solution
Increase the reference
sample quantity
Set code to reset menu or
contact your local
Sartorius Service Center
Set up the scale in
a different area or
change the menu setting
to adapt the scale
Remove the foreign
object
Calibrate/adjust the scale;
zero before weighing
If any other errors occur, please contact your local Sartorius service center:
for a list of the addresses, please visit our Internet website at: http://www.sartorius.com
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Care and Maintenance
Service
Regular servicing by a Sartorius technician will extend the service life of your scale and
ensure its continued weighing accuracy. Sartorius can offer you service contracts, with
your choice of regular maintenance intervals ranging from 1 month to 2 years.
The frequency of maintenance intervals depends on the operating conditions and your
tolerance requirements.
Repairs
Repair work must be performed by trained service technicians. Any attempt by untrained
persons to perform repairs may lead to considerable hazards for the user.
Cleaning
! Disconnect the scale from the AC adapter and unplug any interface cables that are
connected to the scale.
! Make sure that no liquids enter the scale housing.
! Do not use any aggressive cleaning agents (solvents or similar agents).
§
§
§
§
Unplug the AC adapter from the wall outlet (mains supply).
If you have a data cable connected to the interface, unplug it from the scale.
Clean the scale using a piece of cloth that has been wet with a mild detergent (soap).
After cleaning, wipe down the scale with a soft, dry cloth.
Cleaning Stainless Steel Surfaces
Clean all stainless steel parts regularly. Remove the stainless steel weighing pan and
thoroughly cleaning it separately outside the hazardous area/location. Use a damp cloth
or sponge to clean any stainless steel parts on the scale. You can use any commercially
available household cleaning agent that is suitable for use on stainless steel. Clean
stainless steel surfaces by wiping them down. Then clean the weighing pan thoroughly,
making sure to remove all residues. Use a damp cloth or sponge to wipe down any
stainless steel parts on the scale again. Afterwards, allow the scale to dry. If desired, you
can apply oil to the cleaned surfaces as additional protection.
! Do not use stainless steel cleaning agents that contain soda lye (caustic), acetic acid,
hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid or citric acid. The use of scrubbing sponges made
with steel wool is not permitted.
Solvents are permitted for use only on stainless steel parts.
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Safety Inspection
If there is any indication that safe operation of the
scale with the AC adapter is no longer warranted:
§ Turn off the power and disconnect the power cord
from an electrical outlet (mains supply) immediately
> Lock the scale and AC adapter in a secure place to
ensure that the equipment cannot be used during
this time
Safe operation of the scale with the AC adapter
is no longer ensured when:
– there is visible damage to the AC adapter
or power cord
– the AC adapter no longer functions properly
– the AC adapter has been stored for a relatively long
period under unfavorable conditions
In any of these cases, notify your nearest Sartorius
service center or the International Technical Support
Unit based in Goettingen, Germany. Maintenance
and repair work may only be performed by service
technicians who are authorized by Sartorius and
who
– have access to the required maintenance manuals
– have attended the relevant service training courses
Recycling
To ensure safe shipment, your scale has been packaged to the extent necessary using environmentally
friendly materials. After successful installation of
the scale, you should return this packaging for recycling because it is a valuable source of secondary
raw material.
For information on recycling old weighing equipment, contact your communal or municipal waste
disposal center or local recycling depot.
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Overview
Specifications
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Counting resolution
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Sensitivity drift within -10 … +40°C
Stabilization time (average)
Adaptation to ambient conditions
Display update rate
(depends on the filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class…)
Net weight, approx.
AC power source/power
requirements
Frequency
Power source, constant voltage
Power consumption (average)
Hours of operation with 6 size C cells:
– Alkaline manganese batteries, approx.:
– Zinc carbon batteries, approx.:
– Nickel metal hydride rechargeable
batteries; fully charged, approx.:
– Nickel cadmium rechargeable
batteries; fully charged, approx.:
Selectable weight units
Built-in interface
Format:
Parity:
Transmission rates:
Handshake:
CB06
CB1
CB3
CB6
CCX-N
CCX-N
CCX-N
CCX-N
kg
0.6
1.2
3
6
g
0.1
0.2
0.5
1
g
0.01
0.02
0.05
0.1
kg
0.6
1.2
3
6
<±g
0.2
0.4
1.0
2.0
<±g
0.3
0.6
1.5
3.0
0 ... +40°C (32°F … 104°F)
ppm/K 50
s
1.5
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
V
W
0.1 – 0.4
0.5 (M1) 1 (M1)
2 (M1)
1 (M1)
2 (M1)
4 (M1)
2.0/4.4
via AC adapter 230 V or 115 V,
+15% ... – 20%
48 – 60 Hz
10 to 20
0.75
h
h
114
41
h
30
h
22
Grams, kilograms, carats, pounds, ounces,
Troy ounces, Hong Kong taels, Singapore
taels, Taiwanese taels, grains, pennyweights,
parts per pound, Chinese taels, mommes,
Austrian carats, tola, baht, mesghal
RS-232C
7-bit ASCII, 1 start bit, 1 or 2 stop bits
Mark, odd, even or space
150 to 9,600 baud
Software or hardware
kg
lb
kg/lb
5 (M1)
10 (M1)
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Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Counting resolution
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Sensitivity drift within -10 … +40°C
Stabilization time (average)
Adaptation to ambient conditions
Display update rate
(depends on the filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class…)
Net weight, approx.
AC power source/power
requirements
Frequency
Power source, constant voltage
Power consumption (average)
Hours of operation with 6 size C cells:
– Alkaline manganese batteries, approx.:
– Zinc carbon batteries, approx.:
– Nickel metal hydride rechargeable
batteries; fully charged, approx.:
– Nickel cadmium rechargeable
batteries; fully charged, approx.:
Selectable weight units
Built-in interface
Format:
Parity:
Transmission rates:
Handshake:
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kg
g
g
kg
<±g
<±g
ppm/K
s
CB16
CB34
CB64
EDX-N
EDX-N
EDX-N
16
34
64
2
5
10
0.2
0.5
1
16
34
64
4
10
20
6
15
30
0 ... +40°C (32°F ... 104°F)
50
1.5
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
V
W
0.1 – 0.4
10 (M1)
10 (M2)
20 (M2)
20 (M1)
20 (M2)
40 (M2)
6.0
Via AC adapter 230 V or 115 V,
+15% ... -20%
48 – 60 Hz
10 to 20
0.75
h
h
114
41
h
30
h
22
Grams, kilograms, carats, pounds, ounces,
Troy ounces, Hong Kong taels, Singapore
taels, Taiwanese taels, grains, pennyweights, parts per pound, Chinese taels,
mommes, Austrian carats, tola, baht,
mesghal
RS-232C
7-bit ASCII, 1 start bit, 1 or 2 stop bits
Mark, odd, even or space
150 to 9,600 baud
Software or hardware
kg
lb
kg
Dimensions (Scale Drawings)
e
c
a
b
d
f
i
h
g
Dimensions in millimeters
Model
a
b
CB .. CCX-N
82
10
CB .. EDX-N
121
12
c
24
24
d
149
238
e
329
429
f
202
302
g
252
252
h
252
402
i
199
338
Dimensions in inches
Model
a
CB .. CCX-N
3.2
CB .. EDX-N
4.8
c
0.9
0.9
d
5.9
9.4
e
13
16.9
f
8
11.9
g
9.9
9.9
h
9.9
15.8
i
7.8
13.3
b
0.4
0.5
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Accessories (Options)
Product
Order No.
Data printer
YDP04
Data printer
YDP03-0CE
for generating printouts with
date/time, statistical evaluation
and transaction counter functions;
LCD (can only be operated with an
AC adapter)
Operating the scale with the YDP03-0CE printer:
§ In the printer menu, select “None” for “GLP/GMP
printout”: -A1- 0 = None
AC adapter for the data printer
with the following standards:
Australia
6971411
Europe
6971412
Great Britain
6971414
South Africa
6971410
USA
6971413
Paper rolls (5 per box)
6906937
Data printer
Strip and label printer with
thermal print head;
paper width 56 mm max.;
external power supply included
– 220 volts
YDP04IS-0CEV220
– 120 volts
YDP04IS-0CEV120
Please request special interface cable!
–
–
–
–
–
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For operating the YDP04IS-0CE,
additionally set the following codes
in the scale menu:
Code 5.5.2 “communications mode YDP04IS-0CE”
Code 5.1.7 “9600 baud”
Code 5.2.2 “space for parity”
Code 5.3.2 “2 stop bits”
Code 5.4.2 “hardware handshake, 2 characters
after CTS”
SartoConnect data transfer software
for linking a Sartorius scale to a PC
with Windows 95/98 or NT
operating software
This software enables you to have
data recorded by your scale loaded
directly into any application program
you are running on your PC (e.g., Excel).
YSC01L
Interface cable
for connecting a PC (25-pin)
7357312
Adapter cable
from 25-pin D-Sub male connector
to 9-contact D-Sub female
connector, length 0.25 m
6965619
Universal remote control switch
Choice of the following key functions
[PRINT], [ZERO], [TARE], [UNIT],
[DELETE], [START], [OK]:
Foot switch with T-connector
(can only be connected via the YTC01
T-connector)
YFS01
Hand switch with T-connector
(can only be connected via
the YTC01 T-connector)
YHS02
T-connector
Calibration weights
For all CB scales;
extensive assortment,
optionally available with
officially recognized DKD certificate
(DKD = German Calibration Service)
YTC01
Information
on request
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C Marking
The equipment complies with the following EC Directives and European Standards:
Council Directive 89/336/EEC "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)"
Applicable European Standards:
1. Electromagnetic Compatibility
1.1. Reference to 89/336/EEC: Office Journal of the European Communities,
No. 2001/C 105/03
EN 61326-1 Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use EMC
requirements
Part 1:
General requirements Defined immunity to interference: Industrial areas, continuous nonmonitored operation Limitation of emmissions: Residential areas, Class B
Important Note:
The operator shall be responsible for any modifications to Sartorius equipment and must
check and, if necessary, correct these modifications. On request, Sartorius will provide
information on the minimum operating specifications (in accordance with the Standards
listed above for defined immunity to interference).
73/23/EEC "Electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits"
Applicable European Standards:
EN 60950
Safety of information technology equipment including electrical business equipment
EN 61010
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use
Part 1: General requirements
If you use electrical equipment in installations and under ambient conditions requiring
higher safety standards, you must comply with the provisions as specified in the applicable
regulations for installation in your country.
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Place full
container
on scale
Start counting
Select reference
sample quantity
Select reference
sample quantity
Select reference
sample quantity
Place reference
sample quantity
on scale
Place reference
sample quantity
on scale
Remove
reference sample
quantity
Save reference
sample quantity
Save reference
sample quantity
Save reference
sample quantity
Fill container
Fill container
Remove
items from the
container
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✄
✄
✄
✄
Place empty
container
on scale
Start counting
Vollen Behälter
aufstellen
Zählen starten
Zählen starten
Referenzstückzahl
einstellen
Referenzstückzahl
einstellen
Referenzstückzahl
einstellen
Eingestellte
Stückzahl
auflegen
Eingestellte
Stückzahl
auflegen
Eingestellte
Stückzahl
entnehmen
Stückzahl
übernehmen
Stückzahl
übernehmen
Stückzahl
übernehmen
Behälter
auffüllen
Behälter
auffüllen
Teile aus
Behälter
entnehmen
✄
✄
✄
✄
✄
Leeren Behälter
aufstellen
Déposer
récipient vide
Déposer
récipient rempli
Colocar
recipiente vacío
Colocar
recipiente lleno
Démarrer
comptage
Démarrer
comptage
Iniciar contaje
Iniciar contaje
Ajustar
cantidad piezas
referencia
Ajustar
cantidad piezas
referencia
Ajustar
cantidad piezas
referencia
Déposer nombre
de pièces réglé
Déposer nombre
de pièces réglé
Enlever le
nombre de
pièces réglé
Colocar
cantidad piezas
ajustada
Colocar
cantidad piezas
ajustada
Retirar
cantidad piezas
ajustada
Mémoriser
nombre
de pièces
Mémoriser
nombre
de pièces
Mémoriser
nombre
de pièces
Memorizar
cantidad piezas
Memorizar
cantidad piezas
Memorizar
cantidad piezas
Remplir récipient
Remplir récipient
Enlever les
pièces
du récipient
Llenar recipiente
Llenar recipiente
Sacar piezas
del recipiente
✄
✄
✄
✄
✄
Régler nombre
de pièces
de référence
✄
Régler nombre
de pièces
de référence
✄
Régler nombre
de pièces
de référence
Collocare il
contenitore vuoto
Avviare
Conteggio
Collocare
il contenitore
riempito
Avviare
Conteggio
Colocar recipiente
vazio na balança
Colocar recipiente
cheio na balança
Iniciar contagem
Iniciar contagem
Impostare il
numero di pezzi
di riferimento
Impostare il
numero di pezzi
di riferimento
Impostare il
numero di pezzi
di riferimento
Seleccionar
a quantidade
de amostra
em referência
Seleccionar
a quantidade
de amostra
em referência
Seleccionar
a quantidade
de amostra
em referência
Collocare il
numero di pezzi
impostato
Collocare il
numero di pezzi
impostato
Togliere il
numero di pezzi
impostato
Memorizzare
il numero
di pezzi
Memorizzare
il numero
di pezzi
Memorizzare
il numero
di pezzi
Colocar a quantidade de amostra
seleccionada
na balança
Memorizar
quantidade
em referência
Colocar a quantidade de amostra
seleccionada
na balança
Memorizar
quantidade
em referência
Retirar a
quantidade de
amostra
em referência
Memorizar
quantidade
em referência
Riempire
il contenitore
Riempire
il contenitore
Togliere i pezzi
dal contenitore
Encher recipiente
Encher recipiente
Remover
os artigos do
recipiente
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✄
✄
✄
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Placera
en tom behållare
på vågen
Starta
antalsräkning
Aseta tyhjä astia
vaa’alle
Aseta täysi astia
vaa’alle
Aloita
kappalelasku
Aloita
kappalelasku
Valitse
vertailukappaleiden
määrä
Valitse
vertailukappaleiden
määrä
Valitse
vertailukappaleiden
määrä
Placera
referensantalet
på vågen
Placera
referensantalet
på vågen
Ta bort
referensantalet
Laita valittu
vertailukappaleiden
määrä vaa’alle
Laita valittu
vertailukappaleiden
määrä vaa’alle
Poista valittu
vertailukappalemäärä vaa’alta
Lagra
referensantalet
Lagra
referensantalet
Lagra
referensantalet
Tallenna
vertailukappalepaino
Tallenna
vertailukappalepaino
Tallenna
vertailukappalepaino
Fyll behållaren
Fyll behållaren
Ta bort
detaljerna från
behållaren
Täytä astia
Täytä astia
Poista kappaleet
astiasta
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✄
✄
Välj
referensantal
✄
Välj
referensantal
✄
Välj
referensantal
✄
✄
Placera
fylld behållare
på vågen
Starta
antalsräkning
Tøm beholder
på vægt
Start tælling
Anbring
fuld beholder
på vægt
Start tælling
Plasser en tom
beholder
på vektplaten
Start telling
Plasser full
beholder
på vektplaten
Start telling
Vælg ref. antal
Vælg ref. antal
Vælg ref. antal
Velg antall
referanser
Velg antall
referanser
Velg antall
referanser
Anbring ref.
antal på vægt
Anbring ref.
antal på vægt
Fjern ref. antal
Plasser
referansene på
vektplaten
Plasser
referansene på
vektplaten
Fjern
referansene
fra vekten
Gem ref. antal
Gem ref. antal
Gem ref. antal
Lagre antall
referanser
Lagre antall
referanser
Velg antall
referanser
Fyld beholder
Fyld beholder
Tøm beholder
Fyll beholderen
Fyll beholderen
Fjern artikler
fra beholderen
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✄
✄
✄
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Plaats lege
container op
de balans
Start tellen
Plaats de volle
container
op de balans
Start tellen
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δειο δοχεο
επ
νω οτον ζυγ
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το γεµ
το δοχεο
οτον ζυγ
Εεκινοτε το
µτρηµα
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µτρηµα
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ingeven
Referentie aantal
ingeven
Referentie aantal
ingeven
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ποστητα
αναφορ
ς του
δεγµατος
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ποστητα
αναφορ
ς του
δεγµατος
Επιλζτε την
ποστητα
αναφορ
ς του
δεγµατος
Plaats
referentie aantal
op de balans
Plaats
referentie aantal
op de balans
Verwijder
referentie aantal
Referentie aantal
opslaan
Referentie aantal
opslaan
Referentie aantal
opslaan
Vul de container
Vul de container
Verwijder items
uit de container
Τοποθετστε
την ποστητα
αναφορ
ς στον
ζυγ
Αποθηκε στε
οτην µνµη
την ποστητα
αναφορ
ς
Γεµοτε
το δοχεο
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την ποστητα
αναφορ
ς στον
ζυγ
Αποθηκε στε
οτην µνµη
την ποστητα
αναφορ
ς
Γεµοτε
το δοχεο
Αφαιρστε την
ποστητα
αναφορ
ς
δεγµατος
Αποθηκε στε
οτην µνµη
την ποστητα
αναφορ
ς
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αντικεµενα
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Postavit
prázdnou
nádobu na váhu
Startovat –
Pocítání
ˇ
Plnou nádobu
postavit na váhu
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gol pe balant¸ a ∏
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plin pe balant¸ a ∏
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referenˇcní
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cantitatea probei
de referint¸ a ∏
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cantitatea probei
de referint¸ a ∏
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mnozství
ˇ
kus˚u
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nastavené
mno zství
ˇ
kus˚u
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nastavené
mno zství
ˇ
kus˚u
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de referint¸ a ∏ pe
balant¸ a ∏
Punet¸ i proba
de referint¸ a ∏ pe
balant¸ a ∏
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∏ ¸i
cantitatea probei
de referint¸ a ∏
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pocet
ˇ kus˚u
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pocet
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pocet
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de referint¸ a ∏
Salvat¸ i cantitatea
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Pocetak
ˇ
brojenja
Postavi puni
spremnik
na vagu
Pocetak
ˇ
brojenja
Izaberi referentni
iznos
Izaberi referentni
iznos
Izaberi referentni
iznos
Stavi refer.
kolicinu
ˇ
uzorka
na vagu
Stavi refer.
kolicinu
ˇ
uzorka
na vagu
Ukloni
referentnu
kolicinu
ˇ
uzorka
Postavi ref.
uzorak na vagu
Postavi ref.
uzorak na vagu
Ukloni referentni
uzorak
Saˇcuvaj
referentnu
kolicinu
ˇ
Sacuvaj
ˇ
referentnu
kolicinu
ˇ
Sacuvaj
ˇ
referentnu
koli cinu
ˇ
Pohrani ref.
koliˇcinu
Pohrani ref.
koliˇcinu
Pohrani ref.
kolicinu
ˇ
Napuni
kontejner
Napuni
kontejner
Ukloni
komponente iz
kontejnera
Napuni spremnik
Napuni spremnik
Ukloni predmete
iz spremnika
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Odaberi
referentnu
kolicinu
ˇ
uzorka
✄
Odaberi
referentnu
kolicinu
ˇ
uzorka
✄
Odaberi
referentnu
kolicinu
ˇ
uzorka
✄
✄
Stavi pun
kontejner
na vagu
Startuj brojanje
(merenje)
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Dolu kabı
terazinin üzerine
koyun
Sayımı bas¸latın
Bos¸ kabı
terazinin üzerine
koyun
Sayımı bas¸latın
Referans
numune adedini
sec¸in
Referans
numune adedini
sec¸in
Referans
numune adedini
sec¸in
Referans adedi
terazinin
üzerine koyun
Referans adedi
terazinin
üzerine koyun
Referans
adedi kabın
ic¸inden alın
Referans adedi
kaydedin
Referans adedi
kaydedin
Referans adedi
kaydedin
Kabı doldurun
Kabı doldurun
Numuneleri
kaptan bos¸altın
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