Rice Lake IQ9500 Installation manual

IQ9500
Counting Scale
Version 6.2E
Installation Manual
53785
Contents
About This Manual ................................................................................................................................... 1
1.0
Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2.0
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8
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Entering Tare Weights.......................................................................................................................
Toggling Between Net and Gross Weight .........................................................................................
Entering Unit Weights .......................................................................................................................
Part Accumulation and Reduction–Without Recalling an Item Code ..................................................
Toggle Between Scales ....................................................................................................................
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Programming the Scale............................................................................................................. 14
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
5.0
Locking and Unlocking .......................................................................................................................
Scale Resolution.................................................................................................................................
Capacities and Resolutions.................................................................................................................
Setting Up ..........................................................................................................................................
Powering Up the IQ9500 ....................................................................................................................
Setting Time and Date ........................................................................................................................
Installing Cable Strain Relief ................................................................................................................
Pole Mounting Instructions .................................................................................................................
Load Cell Replacement.......................................................................................................................
Operator Instructions ................................................................................................................. 11
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
4.0
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Installation ................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0
Unpacking and Inspection ..................................................................................................................
Repacking ..........................................................................................................................................
Front Panel .........................................................................................................................................
Annunciators ......................................................................................................................................
IQ9500 Keypad ..................................................................................................................................
Item Code Storage ...........................................................................................................................
Item Code Maintenance....................................................................................................................
Using Item Code in Normal Mode .....................................................................................................
Global Setpoint Programming– Setpoints Not Tied to an Item Code .................................................
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Configuration/Dealer Settings ................................................................................................... 18
5.1 141 and 142 Settings ....................................................................................................................... 18
6.0
Calibration.................................................................................................................................. 25
6.1 IQ9500 Display Resolution................................................................................................................ 25
7.0
IQ9500 Counting Scale Setup .................................................................................................... 27
7.1 Setting Up the IQ9500 ...................................................................................................................... 27
7.2 Scale Setup Options......................................................................................................................... 28
8.0
RS-232 Specification ................................................................................................................. 32
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
RS-232 Ports ...................................................................................................................................
Eltron Printers ...................................................................................................................................
Epson Tape Printers .........................................................................................................................
Epson Ticket Printers........................................................................................................................
IQ9500-to-PC Output Data Format with Header ...............................................................................
IQ9500-to-PC Output Data Format Without Header .........................................................................
Data .................................................................................................................................................
Status Data Byte ..............................................................................................................................
Bar Code Scanner ............................................................................................................................
Copyright © 2001 Rice Lake Weighing Systems. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Version 6.2E, June 2001
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8.10 Intput Data Format ..........................................................................................................................
8.11 Three Lines Bar Code .....................................................................................................................
8.12 Header............................................................................................................................................
8.13 Z Command....................................................................................................................................
9.0
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Appendix .................................................................................................................................... 39
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
IQ9500 Character Code List (Teraoka Code) ....................................................................................
IQ9500 Message List........................................................................................................................
Connector Pinouts............................................................................................................................
Cable Wiring .....................................................................................................................................
Bar Code Board ...............................................................................................................................
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IQ9500 Limited Warranty ....................................................................................................................... 45
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IQ9500 Installation Manual
About This Manual
This manual contains operating procedures for the
IQ9500 counting scale and provides the user with all
the information necessary for set up and operation.
This manual is organized based on the procedures you
will likely follow when setting up and using your
counting scale.
1.0
Some procedures described in this
manual require work inside the scale
base. These procedures are to be
performed
by
qualified
service
personnel only.
Authorized distributors and their employees
can view or download this manual from the
Rice Lake Weighing Systems distributor
site at www.rlws.com.
Introduction
The IQ9500 counting scale (Figure 1-1) offers
practical solutions for a full range of precision
counting applications. Models with an internally
mounted load cell are available in capacities of 0.5 to
100 pounds. Models with external platforms are
available in capacities of 5.0 to 50,000 pounds.
Features include 200 item code storage, over/under
weight and quantity checking capability based on
programmable setpoints, and an optional battery
power for standalone applications.
1.1
Warning
Whenever possible, use the original carton when
shipping the IQ9500. Damage caused by improper
packaging is not be covered by warranty.
Unpacking and Inspection
Immediately after unpacking, visually inspect the
IQ9500 to ensure all components are included and
undamaged. If any were damaged in shipment, notify
Rice Lake Weighing Systems and the shipper
immediately.
Ensure all accessories are removed from the cartons,
then replace all packing materials in the cartons and
store in a safe place. Use the original cartons
whenever shipment of the scale is required.
1.2
Repacking
If the IQ9500 counting scale must be returned for
modification, calibration, or repair, it must be properly
packed with sufficient cushioning materials and the
load cell must be installed to prevent damage to the
load cell (see Section 2.1).
Figure 1-1. IQ9500 Counting Scale with Optional Pole
Mount Assembly
Introduction
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1.3
Front Panel
Figure 1-2 shows a diagram of the IQ9500 console with annunciators and numeric keypad. A description of the
annunciators is included in Section 1.4 and Section 1.5 has the IQ9500 keypad and a functional description of
each key.
Figure 1-2. IQ9500 Keypad and Displays
1.4
Annunciators
Table 1-1 shows a list of the 17 annunciators that the IQ9500 uses to provide additional information about the
value being displayed. The annunciators are illuminated when the specific function is being performed.
Annunciator Meaning
Annunciator
ZERO
NET
Gross weight is zero.
Display shows net weight (when tare weight is entered or recalled).
GROSS
Display shows gross weight.
INSUFF
Net weight below a specific percentage of scale capacity.
RECOM
Unit weight recomputing is possible.
BATT
MEMORY
OUT
IN
UNIT WT PER PIECE
MODE
Battery power level is low.
Quantity being accumulated or memory overflow error.
Inventory out.
Inventory in.
UNIT-WEIGHT display value is equal to the weight of one piece not 1000 pieces. Otherwise,
referred to average piece weight (A.P.W.).
In programming mode.
lb
Item weighed in lb unit with kg/lb key pressed.
kg
Item weighed in kg unit with kg/lb key pressed.
SCALE 1
Values shown in the WEIGHT, UNIT-WEIGHT, and QUANTITY displays are for Scale 1.
SCALE 2
Values shown in the WEIGHT, UNIT-WEIGHT, and QUANTITY displays are for Scale 2.
SCALE 3
Values shown in the WEIGHT, UNIT-WEIGHT, and QUANTITY displays are for Scale 3.
SCALE 4
Values shown in the WEIGHT, UNIT-WEIGHT, and QUANTITY displays are for Scale 4.
Table 1-1. IQ9500 Panel Annunciators and Function
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1.5
IQ9500 Keypad
Table 1-2 list the description of the IQ9500 keypad (see Figure 1-2 on page 2).
Description
Key
through
9
0
CLEAR
MODE
REZERO
Used to enter numeric values. When using the scale, first enter a numeric value, then press the
appropriate function key.
Clears keyed-in data from the display starting with the last digit entered or clears keyed-in data all
at once (depends on SPEC 6, bit 2 setting). In normal weighing mode, can be used to clear the
unit weight with a unit weight already entered. When using a recalled item code, press CLEAR to
clear both the unit weight and the tare weight.
Used to enter numeric values containing a decimal point. NOTE: A numeric value must be entered
before the decimal point. For example, .250 would be entered as 0.250. In normal mode, pressing
the decimal key without entering a numeric value allows you to recall an item code from memory
using the Teraoka Code.
Used to enter the program mode. The MODE annunciator is illuminated when the scale is in
program mode and the WEIGHT display reads ProG. The quantity display shows the letter C and
the number of item codes in memory.
Used to reset the scale to zero. Also used in conjuction with other keys to enter the maintenance
mode. The REZERO key will not function when the scale is in motion.
Used to set and clear tare weights in the normal weighing mode.
TARE
PIECES
Used to compute unit weight by sampling. Press the PIECES key after placing a 10-piece sample
on the platform, or after using the numeric keypad to enter the sample size. On multichannel units,
ensure the correct scale must be selected.
Switches display between pound (lb) and kilogram (kg). The scale powers up in the pound mode.
kg
lb
NET/
GROSS
INVENT
Switches between net weight and gross weight display modes. Also used as an inventory key
(depends on SPEC 2, bit 0 setting).
Powers the scale on or off.
ON
OFF
DATE
+
*
Used to operate the reduction function and to move between specification numbers (high to low)
in SPEC setting mode. Also used to program part number in programming item codes. In
programming mode, it can be used for viewing or setting date/time.
Used to operate the accumulation function and to move between specification numbers (low to
high) in SPEC setting mode. Also used to program set points in programming item codes.
Used to store specification data in SPEC setting and program modes. Also used as a print key to
transmit weight information.
PROG
CODE
IN / OUT
Used to recall item code data and to switch between item code inventory IN and OUT modes.
Also used to program commodity name in programming item codes.
Used to cycle between Scales 1 through 4.
SCALE
UNIT
WEIGHT
Used to enter a known unit weight using the numeric keypad.
Table 1-2. IQ9500 Keypad Keys and Functional Descriptions
Introduction
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2.0
Installation
This section describes the procedure for the
installation and setup of the IQ9500 counting scale.
2.1
Locking and Unlocking
! Caution
NOTE: Keep locknut in the
approximate original position on the
setscrew to prevent damage to load
cell when reinstalling.
Do not turn scale upside down. Always
work with scale on its side! Damage to
the load cell can occur if the scale is
turned upside down.
The IQ9500 counting scale is delivered in a locked
position to prevent damage to the load cells during
shipment.
! Caution
To prevent damage to the load cells,
scale must be locked prior to
shipment.
The scale uses either one setscrew for the
single-platform scale or two setscrews for the
dual-platform scale. The setscrews are located on the
bottom of the base and must be removed before the
scale is put into service. Use the following procedure
to unlock your IQ9500 counting scale.
1. Turn scale on side. Loosen locknut 1/4 turn (see
Figure 2-1).
LOAD CELL SETSCREW
Figure 2-2. Setscrew Removal
SINGLE-PLATFORM LOAD
CELL SETSCREW
3. Tape setscrews to the bottom of the scale or
store in a safe location for possible future use.
2.2
DUAL-PLATFORM LOAD
CELL SETSCREWS
Figure 2-1. Location of Load Cell Setscrews for Single- and
Dual-Platform Scales
2. Remove load cell setscrew (see Figure 2-2)
using the 2 millimeter hex wrench provided
with scale.
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Scale Resolution
Counting scales specify two types of resolution:
• Weight (or external) resolution
• Counting (or internal) resolution
Weight resolution is displayed in increments of the
full scale capacity which is divided into weight
increments. For example, a 5-lb scale divided into
10,000 display divisions would display weight with
0.0005 lb divisions (10,000 divisions x 0.0005 lb = 5.0
lb).
Counting resolution is based on the internal resolution
of the scale. The weight and counting resolutions for
the IQ9500 single- and dual-platform capacities are
found in Table 2-1, Table 2-2, and Table 2-3.
2.3
Capacities and Resolutions
The system weighing accuracy is 0.02 percent. All
models meet or exceed the requirements of OIML,
Class III, and NIST Handbook 44.
Weight
Capacity (lb) Resolution (lb)
Counting
Resolution
(lb)
Platform
Dimension (in)
0.5
0.00005
0.0000005
6x8
1.0
0.0001
0.000001
6x8
2.5
0.0002
0.000002
7 x 10
5.0
0.0005
0.000005
11 x 16
10.0
0.001
0.00001
11 x 16
25.0
0.002
0.00002
11 x 16
50.0
0.005
0.00005
11 x 16
100.0
0.01
0.0001
11 x 16
NOTE: Weight and counting resolutions listed apply to
IQ9500 base (internal) and remote (external) scales of these
capacities.
Table 2-1. IQ9500 Single-Platform Capacities
Capacity (lb)
Scale 1
Scale 2
Sample
Platform (in)
Bulk Platform
(in)
0.5000
10.0000
4x6
9 x 12
0.5000
25.0000
4x6
9 x 12
0.5000
50.0000
4x6
9 x 12
1.0000
10.000
4x6
9 x 12
1.0000
25.000
4x6
9 x 12
1.0000
50.000
4x6
9 x 12
2.5000
10.000
4x6
9 x 12
2.5000
25.000
4x6
9 x 12
2.5000
50.000
4x6
9 x 12
5.0000
10.0000
4x6
9 x 12
5.0000
25.0000
4x6
9 x 12
5.0000
50.0000
4x6
9 x 12
Platform Capacity
(lb)
Weight Resolution
(lb)
Counting
Resolution (lb)
250.00
0.02
0.0002
500.00
0.05
0.0005
1000.00
0.1
0.001
2500.0
0.2
0.002
5000.0
0.5
0.005
10000
1.0
0.01
25000
2.0
0.02
50000
5.0
0.05
NOTES:
Units are selected as either lb or kg. The IQ9500 can be
programmed to weigh in lb, kg, or g. Consult factory for
remote platform sizes.
Table 2-3. Remote Platform Capacities
2.4
Setting Up
Place the scale on a solid, level surface away from
fans, breezes, and sources of electrical interference.
Level the scale by turning the four adjustable legs
located on the bottom of the scale while referencing
the bubble level located on the back of the scale (see
Figure 2-3).
NOTE: To ensure a higher degree of scale stability, turn in
all four adjustable legs before leveling. Turn out
adjustable legs to level as needed.
NOTE: Units are selected as either lb or kg. The IQ9500 can
be programmed to weigh in lb, kg, or g.
Table 2-2. IQ9500 Dual-Platform Capacities
BUBBLE LEVEL
Figure 2-3. Bubble Level
Installation
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2.5
Powering Up the IQ9500
If the scale has been connected to AC power while in
the OFF condition, no warm-up is necessary.
The IQ9500 can be operated either from an AC power
source or with an optional rechargeable battery pack
(DC power). The DC power allows the unit to be
completely portable. Instructions for DC operation are
contained in Section 2.5.3.
NOTE: If the scale displays erratic data, it may be caused
by a power transient. Turn the scale off and momentarily
unplug it from the wall outlet. Then restart by plugging the
scale back in and pressing ON/OFF key. The scale will go
through a display check; no warm up is needed.
2.5.1
2.5.2
AC Power Source
To power-up the IQ9500 using the AC power cord:
1. Connect female end of AC power cord
(Figure 2-4) under scale base.
DC Battery Pack Replacement/Installation
An optional DC battery pack is available and may be
purchased from RLWS to ship with the scale or
retrofit in the field.
The battery pack is located in the bottom of the scale
base and partial disassembly is required to install or
replace it. Use the following procedure to install or
replace the battery pack.
! Caution
LOAD CELL CABLE
AC POWER CORD RECEPTACLE
Figure 2-4. Location of AC Power Cord Receptacle and
Load Cell Cable
2. Connect load cell cable from scale to Cable
Port 1 in the back of the keyboard
(Figure 2-5).
To prevent load cell damage,
reinstall setscrews before replacing
battery.
1. Unplug scale from power source.
2. Remove scale platter.
3. Remove the four platform support screws
from the left-hand platform support assembly
(shown in Figure 2-6). Remove the four
screws from the right-hand platform support
assembly.
4. Remove both platform support assemblies
and set aside.
NOTE: The single-platform scale has four platform
support (spider) screws while the dual-platform scale
has four screws for each of the two platform
supports.
CABLE PORT 2
CABLE PORT 1
Figure 2-5. Scale Base Connector Ports
3. Plug the AC power cord into a grounded 115
VAC receptacle.
4. Press ON/OFF and allow scale to warm up for
10 minutes. The display momentarily shows
the revision number, shows all digits from 0 to
9 in a count-up mode, goes blank, shows all
8s, and then enters normal weighing mode.
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REMOVE PLATFORM SUPPORT SCREWS
(DUAL-PLATFORM INSTALLATION)
Figure 2-6. Removing Platter Support Screws and Platter
Support on a Dual-Platform Scale
5. Place scale on side. Remove four top cover
screws (shown in Figure 2-7). Set scale on
legs and remove top cover.
2.5.3
TOP COVER SCREWS
To power-up the IQ9500 using the optional battery:
1. Remove AC power cord from bottom of scale.
2. Turn battery switch to ON (located on the
bottom left-hand side of the scale base).
3. Press ON/OFF and allow scale to warm up for
10 minutes. The display momentarily shows
revision number, shows all digits from 0 to 9
in a count-up mode, goes blank, shows all 8s,
and then enters normal weighing mode.
2.5.4
Figure 2-7. Location of Top Cover Screws
6. Disconnect black (–) and red (+) electrical
leads from battery (see Figure 2-8). Remove
existing DC battery pack.
7. Place new DC battery pack in battery
compartment.
8. Attach red lead to positive (+) side of battery.
9. Attach black lead to negative (–) side of
battery.
POSITIVE (+) TERMINAL
NEGATIVE (-) TERMINAL
Figure 2-8. Battery Installation
10. Reassemble scale in the reverse order that it
was disassembled.
11. Remove setscrew to unlock scale before
placing the scale into service.
Battery Charging
A fully charged battery allows for approximately 4
hours of continuous use. Refer to SPEC 1 (Power
Auto Off Function) for extended hours of use. It will
take approximately 8 hours to fully recharge a battery
that has been completely dissipated. The console must
be connected to the base during the recharge cycle and
the AC power cord must be plugged in.
Do not store the scale without turning off the battery
power switch. When the battery switch is ON and the
AC is not connected, a low level battery current will
flow even if the display is OFF. To prevent battery
discharge when stored, turn the battery switch OFF
whenever the unit is not in use.
2.6
BATTERY
DC Battery Operation
Setting Time and Date
You can set the time and date that you want to appear
on IQ9500 print tickets. SPEC 5, bits 0 and 1 list three
sequence variations of year, month, day that are
available to program into the IQ9500 counting scale.
To set the date (month, date, and year) and time:
1. Press the MODE key.
2. Press the –/DATE key. The displays shows the
date, day and time.
3. Press the –/DATE key again. Enter month, day,
year (mmddyy) on the keypad.
4. Press the –/DATE key. Enter the day (0=Mon,
1=Tue…6=Sun.
5. Press the –/DATE key. Enter the time of day
using the 24-hour clock. For example, enter
1:35 p.m. as 1335.
6. Press the */PROG key to store the setting, or
press the –/DATE key to exit without saving
time and date.
If the IQ9500 scale is operated with the
battery pack removed, isolate the
positive (+) and negative (–) leads so
that they do not make contact with each other or any part
of the scale frame or any sensitive electronic
components.
! Caution
Installation
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2.7
Installing Cable Strain Relief
To prevent load cell or peripheral cable damage from
bending and twisting, cable strain reliefs are used in
the back of the IQ9500 keyboard. Each IQ9500
counting scale comes equipped with these rubber
strain reliefs and should be installed on initial scale
setup.
1. Remove the three 4 mm x 8 mm panhead
screws securing the bracket to the back of the
keyboard.
2. Remove rubber strain relief covering the two
14-pin load cell cable ports. If any peripheral
devices are installed at this time, remove the
rubber strain relief covering the peripheral
cable access ports.
3. Route load cell and/or any peripheral device
cables through opening in bracket. Connect
cables to proper ports.
4. Install rubber strain relief over load cell/
peripheral cables and position into cavity.
Gently pull cables to take up any slack.
5. When rubber strain reliefs are securely
mounted, reinstall bracket using the three 4
mm x 8 mm panhead screws previously
removed.
2.8
POLE ASSEMBLY
MOUNT BRACKET
Figure 2-9. Attach Pole Mount Assembly to Base
5. Route load cell and peripheral device cables
through center of pole mount assembly.
6. Mount keyboard on bracket using six 4 mm x
10 mm machine screws (Figure 2-10).
Pole Mounting Instructions
1. Disconnect AC power cord from the bottom
of the scale. Remove platform.
2. Remove the plastic cover from the upper
mounting bracket.
NOTE: As a precaution, install load cell setscrew.
3. Turn scale on side.
4. Attach pole mount assembly to base using
three 4 mm x 10 mm machine screws (shown
in Figure 2-9).
KEYBOARD
KEYBOARD MOUNT BRACKET
Figure 2-10. Attach Keyboard to Pole Mount Assembly
7. Attach load cell cable to Cable Port 1. If any
other scales or peripheral devices are to be
installed, remove plastic knockout from
plastic shroud as required. Install plastic cover
using two 4 mm x 8 mm panhead screws.
8. Install plastic cover over base of pole mount
assembly.
9. Remove the load cell setscrew previously
installed.
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2.9
Load Cell Replacement
Load cell replacement requires partial disassembly of
the scale base. Sections 2.9.1 and 2.9.2 describe the
procedure for replacing in single- and dual-platform
scales. On a dual-platform scale, there are two load
cell cables connected to a common power board. Load
cell replacement requires unsoldering and soldering
of load cell connections to the power board.
2.9.1
Single-Platform Load Cell Replacement
NOTE: Prior to replacing load cell, install load cell
PLATFORM ATTACH
BRACKET SCREWS
setscrew as detailed in Section 2.1.
1. Remove platform and disconnect AC power
plug from bottom of scale.
2. Remove four platform support machine
screws and remove platform support.
3. Turn scale on side. Remove the four panhead
machine screws for top cover (Figure 2-7).
Set scale on its four legs and remove top
cover.
4. Disconnect DC power supply plug from
power board (Figure 2-11). Remove four
machine screws securing board to chassis.
DC POWER PLUG
Figure 2-12. Remove Platform Attach Bracket
7. Remove two 6 mm x 20 mm socket head load
cell cap screws from load cell bracket
(Figure 2-13). Remove load cell bracket.
LOAD CELL CAP SCREWS
BRACKET CAP SCREWS
Figure 2-13. Remove Load Cell Bracket
POWER SUPPLY
BOARD
Figure 2-11. Disconnect DC Power Supply Plug and
Remove the Four Power Supply Board Screws
5. Unsolder the five load cell wires at power
board.
6. Remove four machine screws securing the
platform attach bracket (Figure 2-12) to the
load cell bracket. Remove platform attach
bracket.
8. Remove two 6 mm x 25 mm load cell cap
screws (Figure 2-13). Remove load cell
mount spacers.
9. Insert load cell mount spacers in new load cell
and install load cell in scale chassis using the
two 6 mm x 25 mm cap screws.
10. Insert the load cell bracket using the 6 mm x
20 mm cap screws previously removed.
11. Install platform attach bracket using four
machine screws.
12. Solder new load cell cable wires to designated
wire solder points (refer to wire color code on
power board).
13. Install power board using the four machine
screws previously removed. Route load cell
cable under power board as shown in
Figure 2-11. Reinstall ground terminal under
one machine screw head.
14. Connect DC inlet power supply.
Installation
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15. Replace scale base cover and platform
support brackets in the reverse order of
disassembly.
NOTE: Remove load cell setscrew before putting the
scale back into service.
7. Remove two load cell cap screws from load
cell bracket (Figure 2-15). Remove load cell
bracket.
LOAD CELL BRACKET
2.9.2
Dual-Platform Load Cell Replacement
NOTE: Prior to replacing load cell, install load cell
setscrews as detailed in Section 2.1.
1. Remove both platforms. Disconnect AC
power cord from bottom of scale.
2. Remove four platform support machine
screws from each platform and remove both
platform supports.
3. Turn scale on side. Remove the four panhead
machine screws for top cover (Figure 2-7).
Set scale on its four legs and remove top
cover.
4. Disconnect DC power supply plug from
power board (Figure 2-11). Remove four
machine screws securing board to chassis.
Figure 2-15. Remove Load Cell Bracket
8. Remove two load cell cap screws. Remove
load cell mount spacers.
NOTE: The following procedure details removal of
9. Insert load cell mount spacers in new load cell
one of the two load cells. General instructions are
applicable to either load cell.
and install load cell in scale chassis using the
two cap screws.
5. Unsolder the five load cell wires at power
board.
10. Insert the load cell bracket using the cap
BRACKETS
screws previously removed.
6. Remove four machine screws securing the
platform attach bracket (Figure 2-14) to the
11. Install platform attach brackets using four
load cell bracket. Remove platform attach
machine screws.
bracket.
12. Solder new load cell cable wires to designated
wire solder points (refer to wire color code on
PLATFORM ATTACH
power board).
BRACKETS
13. Install power board using the four machine
screws previously removed. Route load cell
cable under power board as shown in
Figure 2-11. Reinstall ground terminal under
one machine screw head.
14. Connect DC inlet power supply.
15. Replace scale base cover and platform
support brackets in the reverse order of
disassembly.
NOTE: Remove load cell setscrews before putting
the scale back into service.
Figure 2-14. Remove Platform Attach Bracket
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3.0
Operator Instructions
The following paragraphs contain detailed operator
instructions for the IQ9500 counting scale (see
Figure 3-1). Included are instructions to enter tare
weights, toggle between net and gross weight, enter
unit weights, perform inventory accumulation and
reduction, and toggle between scales. All operator
instructions are conducted with the scale in the
weighing or normal mode.
3. Tightening the manufacturing tolerances on
the parts reduces piece weight variations and
increases count accuracy.
3.1
Entering Tare Weights
Tare weights can be entered in the scale by one of two
methods: one-touch tare or digital tare.
NOTES:
•
SPEC 27, bit 2 (Digital Tare Setting) must be a 1 to
allow digital tare.
•
SPEC 27, bits 0 and 1 (Tare Range) must be set to the
appropriate tare range value. Default is 00, 100
percent of full scale.
3.1.1
Figure 3-1. IQ9500 Counting Scale
Counting scale accuracy is primarily determined by
the following factors:
• Sample size (number of pieces)
• Total sample size as a percentage of full scale
capacity
• Piece-to-piece weight variation
As a general rule when determining sample size of
fairly uniform pieces, the larger the sample size the
greater the total sample weight, therefore, the better
the counting accuracy. Selecting the smallest capacity
scale that can obtain the highest counting resolution
should be considered, but should not sacrifice the
capacity required for the heaviest container of parts.
For this specific application, a dual-platform scale
may be the best selection.
There is a direct relationship between piece-to-piece
weight variation (non-uniformity) and counting
accuracy. Therefore, elimination of the piece-to-piece
weight variations can be accomplished by:
1. Isolating the sample used to calculate the unit
weight and use the same sample to re-check
the scale.
2. Re-calculating the unit weight from lot-to-lot
of parts. Parts manufactured on one machine
may vary slightly from another machine
relative to weight.
One-Touch Tare–Tare Weight Unknown
1. If the tare weight value is not known, place
the container, box, or item to be tared on the
scale and press TARE. The WEIGHT display
should now show 0 and the NET annunciator
should illuminate.
2. Remove the container, box, or item from the
scale. The WEIGHT display should show a
negative weight value (weight of the tared
container, box, or item).
3. Press TARE to reset tare to zero.
3.1.2
Digital Tare–Tare Weight Known
1. If the tare weight value is known, use the
numeric keypad to key in the value and then
press TARE.
2. Press TARE to reset tare to zero.
NOTE: For digital tare entry, the decimal must be in the
appropriate place as it would be displayed in the WEIGHT
display. For example, .250 would be entered as 0.250, not
.250. The WEIGHT display shows weight entered with a
negative sign indicating that it is a tare weight.
3.2
Toggling Between Net and Gross
Weight
To toggle between net and gross weight, a tare value
must be entered into the scale. Follow Section 3.1 to
enter a tare value.
NOTE: SPEC 25, bit 0 (Gross Mode Available) must be
set to 0 (default) to enable gross mode.
After a tare value is entered into the scale, items
placed on the scale will cause the NET annunciator to
illuminate and allow toggling between net weight and
gross weight.
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An example of toggling between net weight and gross
weight is shown below:
1. Place 0.5 lb weight on the scale and then press
TARE once. The WEIGHT display should show
0.000 lb.
2. Place another 0.5 lb weight on the scale. The
scale WEIGHT display should now show 0.500
and the NET annunciator should be
illuminated.
3. Press NET/GROSS. The WEIGHT display
should show 1.000 and the GROSS weight
annunciator is illuminated. The UNIT-WEIGHT
and the QUANTITY displays go blank.
4. Press NET/GROSS. The WEIGHT display
should now show 0.500 and is the NET
weight annunciator is illuminated.
3.3
Entering Unit Weights
Entering unit weights can be done either by sampling,
as presented in Section 3.3.1, or by key entry as
described in Section 3.3.2.
SPEC 0, bit 0 (Piece Weight Selection) works in
conjunction with the UNIT-WEIGHT display. Setting it
to 0 signifies that the UNIT-WEIGHT value shown is per
1000 pieces. Setting it to 1 signifies that the unit
weight value shown is per one piece (A.P.W.). If
SPEC 0, bit 0 is set to 1, the UNIT WT PER PIECE
annunciator is illuminated.
NOTE: SPEC 4, bits 1 and 2 (Extent of Insufficient
Samples) controls unit weight sampling. Extent of
Insufficient Samples is defaulted for 0.1 percent.
3.3.1
Unit Weight Operation by Sampling
Unit weight operation by sampling is accomplished
by placing a known quantity of pieces to be sampled
on the scale and then pressing the PIECES key. The
scale will calculate a unit weight based on the
capacity of the scale compared to the weight of the
sample. The following paragraphs detail the procedure
with SPEC 5, bit 2 either set at 0 or 1.
SPEC 5, bit 2 Set to 0
1. Press REZERO to zero scale.
2. Place 10 pieces of the item to be sampled on
the scale.
3. Press PIECES key. If the sample weight is
sufficient (INSUFF annunciator is off), the
display will show a unit weight for 10 pieces.
However, if the weight of the sample is
insufficient (INSUFF annunciator is on) the
display will show ---Add xx pieces. Add the
indicated number of pieces to the initial
sample and then press the PIECES key again.
The display will show the unit weight and the
quantity of the sample.
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SPEC 5, bit 2 Set to 1
1. Press REZERO key to zero scale.
2. Place 10 pieces of the item to be sampled on
the scale.
3. Press the PIECES key. If the weight of the
sample is sufficient (INSUFF annunciator is
off), the display will show a unit weight for 10
pieces. However, if the weight of the sample
is insufficient (INSUFF annunciator is on) the
display will show ---Add xx pieces. Add the
indicated number of pieces to the initial
sample. The display will then automatically
recompute the sample size and display the
unit weight and quantity of the sample.
3.3.2
Unit Weight Operation by Key Entry
Unit weight operation by key entry is accomplished
by using the numeric keypad to enter the known value
of the unit weight and then pressing the UNIT
WEIGHT key. An example of unit weight operation by
key entry is shown below:
1. With the display in the weighing mode, enter
the known unit weight using the keyboard, for
example, 200.00. Remember, the setting for
SPEC 0 will determine if the value you enter
is per piece (A.P.W.) or per 1000 pieces.
2. Press UNIT WEIGHT key to enter the unit
weight.
3. Place a 2 lb. weight on the scale. The scale
displays the quantity for the weight placed on
the scale, for example, the WEIGHT display
will read 2.000, the UNIT-WEIGHT display
will read 200.00, and the QUANTITY display
will read 10).
3.4
Part Accumulation and Reduction–
Without Recalling an Item Code
The IQ9500 counting scale is fully capable of part
number inventory tracking and maintenance using the
stored item code function internal to the scale
software. This is described in Section 4.3.5, Inventory
Operations Related to the Item Code Quantity Value.
Additionally, the scale has the capability to acquire
the total number of parts using the accumulation or
reduction function of the scale (similar to the add/
subtract functions of a calculator).
3.4.1
Part Accumulation
To find the total accumulated quantity of similar
containers filled with parts, use the accumulation
procedure detailed below (six containers are used in
this example procedure):
1. Conduct a sampling process (Section 3.3) to
determine the unit weight of the pieces.
2. Enter known tare weight, or place empty
container on scale to perform tare function
(Section 3.1).
3. Place Container 1 (full of parts) on the scale.
4. Press the + key to store the total in Container
1. The MEMORY annunciator is now
illuminated. The WEIGHT display briefly
shows totAL and the QUANTITY display shows
the total pieces in the first container.*
5. Remove Container 1 and place Container 2
(full of parts) on the scale.
6. Press the + key (total is equal to Container 1
plus Container 2, etc).
7. Continue with the remainder of the containers
in the same accumulation method. The total
number of parts stored in all six containers
will then be stored in the accumulation
register.
8. To view the total, make sure that the scale
platter is empty and press the + or – key.
9. To clear the total, press the * key. The
MEMORY annunciator is not illuminated.
*If SPEC 32, bit 1 (Auto Exit from Part Accumulation
and Reduction Mode) is set to 0, the scale will not
auto exit from displaying the total amount. To return
to the weighing mode, press the CLEAR key.
3.4.2
Part Reduction
Part reduction can be also be done by using the – key
while the scale is in the weighing mode and the
MEMORY annunciator is on.
1. Conduct a sampling process (Section 3.3) to
determine the unit weight of the pieces.
2. Place container to be tared on scale and enter
the tare weight (Section 3.1).
3. Place Container 1 (full of parts) on the scale.
4. Remove a number of parts from the container
and press the – key. The MEMORY
annunciator is illuminated and the display will
show the quantity of parts remaining.
5. Remove a number of parts from the container
and press the – key again. The MEMORY
annunciator will be illuminated and the
display will show the quantity of parts
remaining.
NOTE: If SPEC 32, bit 1 (Auto Exit from Part
Accumulation and Reduction Mode) is set to 0, the
scale will not auto exit from displaying the total
amount. To return to the weighing mode, press the
CLEAR key.
3.5
Toggle Between Scales
To toggle between Scale 1 through Scale 4, press the
SCALE key. Only scales present will be selected. For
example, a two-scale system switches between Scale 1
and Scale 2 only.
1. Press SCALE key to change from Scale 1 to
Scale 2.
2. Press SCALE key to change from Scale 2 to
Scale 3.
3. Press SCALE key to change from Scale 3 to
Scale 4.
4. Press SCALE key to change from Scale 4 to
Scale 1.
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4.0
4.1
Programming the Scale
Item Code Storage
Code numbers allow you to store information for the
parts that are counted most frequently. This eliminates
the need for re-entering data for each of these parts
during part count. Up to 200 item code numbers can
be programmed on your IQ9500 counting scale.
Section 4.1.1 details the procedure for storing the unit
weight, tare weight, quantity, part number, part name,
setpoints, and lot number with an item code. You can
enter all of this information for each item code or only
the data pertinent to your application. For example, if
you only want to store only the unit and tare weights,
you can bypass Steps 5 through 13 and go to Step 14.
4.1.1
Program Unit Weight, Tare Weight, Quantity, Part
Number, Part Name, Setpoints, and Lot Number
1. Press MODE key to enter program mode. The
MODE annunciator will illuminate, the
WEIGHT display will read ProG, and the
QUANTITY display will read C XX (XX repre-
NOTE: The IQ9500 can store up to six setpoints
which are determined by Specification 18, bits 0
through 2.
sents the number of item codes stored in the
IQ9500 memory).
2. Enter the item code number (up to 16 digits)
and press the CODE key. All displays will
show zeros. If you want the item to be
alphanumeric then you will need to press the .
(decimal) key to enter the characters using the
Teraoka Code (refer to Section 9.1). After
entering all of the characters, press the CODE
key to store the item code.
• When entering weight setpoints, be sure that you
enter in the weight values with decimal point and all
leading and trailing zeros.
NOTE: If the QUANTITY display shows CLEAr, the
code number is already stored in memory. Press the
CODE key a second time to modify the stored data or
press the CLEAR key to delete the item code and
stored data.
12. Repeat Steps 10 and 11 for Setpoints 2
through 6.
13. Press the CLEAR key to enter the lot number.
Use the Teraoka Code (refer to Section 9.1) to
enter the lot number. Press the * key to store
the lot number.
14. Press * key to store all of the data entered with
this item code. The display will go back to
Step 1 but the number in the QUANTITY
display will have been incremented by one.
15. Press MODE key to exit the program mode.
3. Enter tare weight (refer to Section 3.1).
4. Enter unit weight value (refer to Section 3.3).
5. Press NET/GROSS key to enter initial
quantity in stock for this item. The QUANTITY
display will prompt InVEnt and UNIT-WEIGHT
display will be 0. Using the numeric keypad,
enter the number of pieces that the initial
inventory will contain and then press the
NET/GROSS key a second time to store the
information.
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6. Press the – key to enter the part number (16
characters maximum).
7. Use the Teraoka Code to enter the part
number (refer to Section 9.1). Press the * key
to store the part number.
8. Press CODE key to enter the part name (20
characters maximum).
9. Use the Teraoka Code to enter the part name
(refer to Section 9.1). Press the CODE key to
store the part number.
10. Press the + key to check Setpoint 1. The
WEIGHT display will prompt SEt 1 and the
QUANTITY display shows the value of
Setpoint 1.
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11. Enter setpoint value and press + key to save.
NOTES:
• All percentage values must be rounded to the
nearest whole number, fractional percentages are
not allowed.
• SPEC 7, bits 0 and 1 (Setpoint Type) determine
what kind of value you have entered. (Refer to
Table 4-1.)
SPEC 7,
bits 0,1
Setpoint
Type
00
Percent
quantity
Setpoint Designation
Setpoint 1: Quantity
The quantity value can be no greater than 999999.
Setpoint 2: Percent of Setpoint 1
The percentage value can be no greater than 999%. The value for Setpoint 2 is calculated by
multiplying the value for Setpoint 1 by the percentage value entered for Setpoint 2.
NOTE: If Setpoint 1 is equal to 999999, then Setpoint 2 must be set less than or equal to 100%.
01
Percent
weight
Setpoint 1: Weight
The quantity value can be no greater than 999999.
Setpoint 2: Percent of Setpoint 1
The percentage value can be no greater than 999%. The value for Setpoint 2 is calculated by
multiplying the value for Setpoint 1 by the percentage value entered for Setpoint 2.
NOTE: If Setpoint 1 is equal to 999999, then Setpoint 2 must be set less than or equal to 100%.
10
Upper and Setpoint 1: Quantity
lower
Setpoint 2: Quantity
quantity limit
11
Upper and Setpoint 1: Weight
lower weight Must be a weight value less than or equal to the capacity of the scale.
limit
Setpoint 2: Weight
Must be a weight value less than or equal to the capacity of the scale, but must be less than Setpoint 1
value.
NOTES:
• All weight-based setpoint values must be entered with a decimal and all trailing zeros. All percentage-based
setpoint values must be entered to the nearest whole number (no fractional percentages).
• The IQ9500 can program up to six setpoints by repeating Steps 2 through 6, SPEC 18, bit 0 through 2 (Number of
Setpoints) determines the number of setpoints. The six setpoints are TTL output for quantity or weight, but not
percent quantity or percent weight. These values may be programmed 1 through 6 low to high or 1 through 6 high to
low.
Table 4-1. Setpoint Programming for Quantity and Weight
4.2
Item Code Maintenance
the IQ9500 beeps. NOTE: When you hear the
beep, the display is showing the last item code in
memory. Press the – key to review the item
codes in reverse order.
Item code maintenance includes viewing item codes
in memory and deleting item memory.
4.2.1
View Item Codes in Memory
The following procedure allows viewing all of the
item codes stored in memory but will not change any
of the information (unit weight, tare weight, part
number, quantity, part name, setpoints, and lot
number) stored with these codes.
1. Press the MODE key. The WEIGHT display
will show ProG and the QUANTITY display
will show C XX.
2. Press the CODE key. The QUANTITY display
will show the first item code programmed and
stored in memory, example: Id 123.
3. Press the + key to view the next item in
memory and continue pressing the + key until
4. Press the MODE key to return to Step 1.
5. Press the MODE key again to return to
weighing mode.
4.2.2
Delete Item Memory
The following procedure describes the steps used to
delete all information stored within each item code
(unit weight, tare weight, part number, quantity, part,
setpoints, and lot number) or any specific information
stored within each item code. It also explains the
keystrokes required for resetting the sequence
number, or deleting all setpoints, global to the scale,
but not tied to a specific item code.
1. Press the MODE key. The WEIGHT display
will show ProG and the QUANTITY display
will show C XX.
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2. While pressing the REZERO key, enter the
sequence as shown in Table 4-2 to delete the
specified information. The table shows the
prompting that will take place on the weight
and quantity displays to ensure that the proper
keystrokes have been performed.
NOTE: If an error was made entering data and the
display is prompting you to clear information that is
not to be cleared, press the MODE key and return to
Step 1.
3. Press the CLEAR key to delete the
information.
4. Press MODE to exit programming mode.
Delete Item
Memory
Sequence
WEIGHT
Display
QUANTITY
Display
Delete all
memories
••0
ALL
CLEAr
All item quantity in
stock
••1
InVEnt
CLEAr
All item unit
weights
••2
UnIt u
CLEAr
All item tare
weights
••3
TArE
CLEAr
All item part
numbers
••4
P-no
CLEAr
All item setpoints
••5
P-SP
CLEAr
All item names
••6
P-nAmE
CLEAr
Reset SEQ
numbers
••7*
SEQ no
CLEAr
Delete all setpoints
(global)
••+
SEt P
CLEAr
*Use for Printer BCP-30
Table 4-2. Deleting Item Codes in Memory
4.3
Using Item Code in Normal Mode
The following paragraphs describe the procedure to
recall item codes, recompute item code unit weights,
set new item codes, and inventory operations related
to the item code quantity. All storage operations are
done while the scale is in the normal mode.
4.3.1
Recalling Numeric Item Codes using Item Code
Number
1. Enter item code number using numeric keypad.
2. Press the CODE key. The scale will recall all
information stored with the item code and
automatically return to the normal mode.
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4.3.2
Recalling Alphanumeric Item Codes using
Teraoka Code
1. Press the . key. The WEIGHT display will
prompt t-C 01, the QUANTITY display will
prompt CodE, and the UNIT-WEIGHT display
will prompt 00-.
2. Enter the values equivalent to the digits to be
entered using the Teraoka Code (see
Section 9.1), for example, to recall Item Code
123, enter 31, 32, 33, 01, 02, 03.
3. Press the CODE key. The scale will recall all
information stored with the item code and
automatically return to the normal mode.
4.3.3
Re-Computing Item Code Unit Weight
1. Recall item code from memory (refer to
Section 4.3.1 or Section 4.3.2).
2. Place items to be counted on the scale.
3. Press the PIECES key for recomputing the
unit weight.
4. Press the UNIT WEIGHT key to store the new
unit weight into memory.
4.3.4
Set New Item Code with Tare and Unit Weight
NOTE: This can only be conducted if SPEC 4, bit 3 is 0
(Yes).
1. Enter the item code using the numeric keypad
or Teraoka Code (refer to Section 4.1.1, Step
2).
2. If the code is not currently stored in memory
and SPEC 19, bit 3 is 0 (Yes), the QUANTITY
display will prompt the message not F. If a
new item code does not need to be stored into
memory, press the CLEAR key to exit to the
normal mode. Otherwise, continue by
pressing the CODE key. This will set the new
item code number into memory.
3. If the code is not currently stored in memory
and SPEC 19, bit 3 is 1 (No), the QUANTITY
display will not prompt the not F message
alerting you that the item code is not stored.
Press the CODE key to set the new item code
number into memory.
4. Enter tare weight (refer to Section 3.1) and
and press the TARE key. Press the TARE key
again to store the tare weight into the item
code memory.
5. Place sample on the scale and press the
PIECES key or use the numeric keypad to
enter known weight value (refer to
Section 3.3). Press the UNIT WEIGHT key a
second time to store the weight value into the
item code memory.
4.3.5
Inventory Operations Related to the Item Code
Quantity Value
The following procedure is used to add inventory to
and remove inventory from an item code memory.
Pin Number
Setpoint Configuration
1
SP-1
NOTE: Depressing the CODE key while in the normal
mode will allow the IN and OUT annunciators to
illuminate. If neither annunciators are illuminated,
pressing the CODE key once will turn the IN annunciator
on. Pressing the CODE key again will turn the OUT
annunciator on and pressing the CODE key a third time
will turn them off. The IN and OUT functions allow you to
maintain the inventory (quantity) of a specific item in
memory.
2
SP-2
3
SP-3
4
SP-4
5
SP-5
To Add Inventory to an Item Code Memory–IN Mode
1. Press the CODE key one time. The IN annun-
ciator illuminates.
2. Recall the item code from memory (refer to
Section 4.3.1).
3. Place the container of parts to add to memory
on the scale platter.
4. Press the * key to add the quantity shown on
the display to the amount already stored under
the item code memory.
To Remove Inventory to an Item Code Memory–OUT Mode
1. Press the CODE key two times. The OUT
annunciator illuminates.
2. Recall the item code from memory (refer to
Section 4.3.1).
3. Place the container of parts to remove from
memory on the scale platter.
4. Press the * key to remove the quantity shown
on the display to the amount already stored
under the item code memory.
NOTE: If at any time you would like to verify the
quantity of parts under a specific item code, you can
press the NET/GROSS key and the inventory amount
will be displayed in the UNIT-WEIGHT display.
However, you must have SPEC 2, bit 0 (Inventory
Display by Gross Key) set to 1 (Yes).
4.4
Global Setpoint Programming–
Setpoints Not Tied to an Item Code
SP-6
7
+5 Vdc (external power
supply)
8
Gnd
Table 4-3. Pin Out for Setpoint Configuration
The available setpoint types are quantity, weight,
percent quantity, and percent weight. The following
procedure is the same for each type; however, the type
of setpoint selected determines the values being
entered. Table 4-1 details the values for each setpoint
and the values they represent.
4.4.1
Procedure
The following steps present the procedure for setpoint
programming by percent quantity, percent weight,
upper and lower quantity limit, and upper and lower
weight limit.
1. Press the MODE key to go into the programming mode. The MODE annunciator illuminates, the WEIGHT display shows ProG, and
the QUANTITY display shows C XX.
2. Press the + key to enter global setpoint values.
The WEIGHT display shows Set 1, and the
QUANTITY display shows the value for
Setpoint 1.
3. Enter the setpoint value using numeric keys.
4. Press the + key to store the value and move to
the next setpoint.
5. Press the MODE key to exit the programming
mode and return to the weighing mode.
NOTES:
•
The IQ9500 can program up to six setpoints by
repeating Steps 2 through 4 (SPEC 18, bits 0, 1,
and 2 (Number of Setpoints) determine the
number of setpoints). The six setpoints are TTL
output for quantity or weight, but not percentage
quantity or percentage weight. These six values
may be programmed 1 through 6 (low-to-high) or
1 to 6 (high-to-low).
•
If you recall an item code with different setpoint
values, those values stored with the item code
will be used, not the global setpoint values.
The IQ9500 provides the flexibility to use the setpoint
programming for parts counting applications that are
based on weight or quantity. SPEC 7 and SPEC 18 are
used for configuring the setpoint type, latching,
buzzer, TTL outputs, and the number of setpoints.
The eight-pin DIN connector designation for the
setpoint configuration can be found in Table 4-3.
NOTE: Refer to Section 9.3 for remote platform wire
numbering and connector pinout information.
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5.0
Configuration/Dealer Settings
This section presents the setup and configuration of
the IQ9500 counting scale to be used specifically by
distributors and service technicians. These
configuration settings will configure the counting
scale to specific bit settings that can be tailored to
individual applications.
Setting configuration allows you to easily modify the
functionality of your IQ9500. Use the tables in this
section to view the options you can modify. For
example, if you want the Unit Weight Auto
Recomputing function to work on your IQ9500, you
refer to the IQ9500 specification table and locate
SPEC 5. Go across the row and see that bit 2 controls
this function. The default for SPEC 5 is 0011, which
means that the Unit Weight Auto Recomputing
function is turned off. To turn it on, you would change
the bit string to 0111.
5.1
SPEC 1 through SPEC 19 (Table 5-1) are customer
specifications and use the 141 access code while
SPEC 20 through SPEC 39 (Table 5-2) are weight and
measurement specifications and use the 142 access
code.
5.1.1
Customer Specification (141 Settings)
1. Press and hold the REZERO key and enter
141 using the numeric keypad. SPC00
appears in the WEIGHT display and configura-
tion of four bits (for SPEC 0) appears in
QUANTITY display. Bit 3 is the left digit in
QUANTITY display.
2. Press the + key to move up through each
specification until the desired specification is
obtained. (Press the – key to move down
through each specification.)
3. Enter the new bit string (four bits required)
starting with bit 3 and then move either up or
down to store bit settings into temporary
memory.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all specifications
are changed.
5. Press * key and then MODE.
6. Power down scale.
7. Power scale ON to re-initialize the new
specification settings.
141 and 142 Settings
The following tables list the IQ9500 specifications
and their corresponding default values. Each
specification (SPEC) consist of four bits (bits 0
through 3) and represent various settings or selections.
Specification
Default
0
0000
1
0000
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Transfer Tare
Weight
Digital Tare
Accumulation
Terminator
(RS-232 only)
Piece Weight
Selection
0: No
1: Yes
0: No
1: Yes
0: Carriage return
1: Carriage return
linefeed
0: U.W. per/1000
1: Unit wt. per piece
(A.P. W.)
Power Auto Off Function: The example below shows the binary code, the corresponding
time, and a binary code description. Settings can range from 0 to 15 minutes with 1 minute
increments (examples of 0-, 7-, and 15-minute settings are shown below).
Binary Code
8421
Time (min)
Description
0000
0
Autopower off is disabled.
0111
7
If the net weight is zero and no motion for 7 minutes, the scale will go into
autopower off mode.
1111
15
If the net weight is zero and no motion for 15 minutes, the scale will go
into autopower off mode.
NOTE: Powering down means that accumulated value will be lost and not retained upon
power up. However, all total inventory values stored with item codes will be retained.
Table 5-1. Applicable IQ9500 Customer Specifications (141 Settings)
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Specification
Default
Bit 3
2
1000
Scale Specification
Bit 2
4
0001
0001
6
1011
1101
0: No
1: Yes
00:
01:
10:
11:
00:
01:
10:
11:
Standard RS-232 (PC)
TM-U295 (without form feed)
TM-U200 (with cutter)
TM-U200 (with feed and tear off)/
TM-U295 (with form feed)
Inventory Display by
Gross Key
0: Yes
1: No
Print Commands
0: Yes
1: No
5
01:Kg
11:Not used
RS-232 Port Commands
Set New Item
Code During
Normal Mode
Bit 0
Kg/lb Lamp On
00: Gram (for weighing only)
10: Lb
3
Bit 1
Eltron (barcode printer)
TM-U295 (without form feed)
TM-U200 (with cutter)
TM-U200 (with feed and tear off)/
TM-U295 (with form feed)
Extent of Insufficient Samples
Negative Counting
00: 0.1%
01: 0.2%
10: 0.0%
0: No
1: Yes
Date Order
Sampling Time for
Unit Weight
Calculations
Insufficient Sample
Indicator/Pieces
Key
0: 10 times
1: 5 times
0: Press PIECES
key after adding
number of pieces
1: Automatically
recomputes after
adding number of
pieces
Display Accuracy
of Unit Weight
Clear All Input Key
in One Touch
RS-232 Continue
Sending Rate to PC
0: No
1: Yes
0: Yes
1: No
0: High
1: Low
00: Year, Month, Day
01: Day, Month, Year
11: Month, Day, Year
Auto Shift to Next
Position After Two
Key of Teraoka Code
Entries
0: No
1: Yes
7
8
9
0010
0111
0100
Setpoint Buzzer
Setpoints
Setpoint Type
0: Yes
1: No
0: Latch
1: No latch
00: % Quantity
10: Quantity
RS-232C
Connection (force
balance)
RS-232C (force
balance) Data
Length
RS-232C (force balance) Baud Rate
0: No
1: Yes
0: 7 Bits
1: 8 Bits
RS-232C (force
balance) Stop Bit
Force Balance Type
RS-232C (force balance) Parity Bit
0:
1:
00: No
01: Odd
10: Not used 11: Even
0: 1 bit
1: 2 bits
Not used
Ohaus 2130
01: % Weight
11: Weight
00: 1200 01: 2400
10: 4800 11: 9600
Table 5-1. Applicable IQ9500 Customer Specifications (141 Settings) (Continued)
Configuration/Dealer Settings
19
Specification
Default
10
0111
Bit 3
RS-232C
Connection (PC/
printer)
0: No
1: Yes
11
0100
RS-232C (PC/PRN)
Stop Bit
0: 1 bit
1: 2 bits
12
1000
13
0000
Bit 2
RS-232C (PC/PRN)
Data Length
0: 7 Bits
1: 8 Bits
Bit 1
RS-232C (PC/PRN) Baud Rate
00: 1200
10: 4800
RS-232 (PC/PRN) Parity Bit
0: Eltron barcode
printer
1: TMU295/TMU200
00: No
01: Odd
10: Not used 11: Even
Reserve
00:
01:
10:
11:
Set to 0
Not available
When counting condition (PC)
By * key (printer and PC)
In both cases
0: Code
1: Title
01: 2400
11: 9600
Printer
RS-232 (PC/PRN) Output
RS-232 (PC)
Header
Bit 0
RS-232C (PC) with
Header
0: Yes
1: No
RS-232 Connector
Sub
DIN
If only one RS-232 device (printer/PC) is to be connected to the
scale, then you must select one of the four settings below:
000: Printer (SPEC 10, 11)
Force Balance (SPEC 8, 9)
001: Force Balance (SPEC 8, 9)
Printer (SPEC 10, 11)
100: PC (SPEC 10, 11)
Force Balance (SPEC 8, 9)
101: Force Balance (SPEC 8, 9)
PC (SPEC 10, 11)
If two RS-232 devices (printer and PC) are going to be connected to
the scale, then you must select one of the two settings below:
010: Printer (SPEC 10, 11)
PC (SPEC 8, 9)
011: PC (SPEC 8, 9)
Printer (SPEC 10, 11)
NOTE:
If two peripheral devices are turned on but only one is installed on the scale, an error message will appear on the scale.
14
0111
RS-232C
Connection
(barcode scanner)
0: No
1: Yes
15
0000
RS-232C (BCS)
Data Length
0: 7 Bits
1: 8 Bits
RS-232C (BCS)
Stop Bit
RS-232C (BCS)
with Header
0: 1 Bit
1: 2 Bits
0: Yes
1: No
RS-232C (BCS) Baud Rate
00: 1200
10: 4800
01: 2400
11: 9600
RS-232C (BCS) Parity Bit
00: No
10: Not used
01: Odd
11: Even
NOTE:
Specifications 16 and 17 can only be changed by an authorized service technician!
16*
0001
Scale 1
Scale 2
00:
01:
10:
11:
00:
01:
10:
11:
Internal Scale 1
Internal Scale 2
External scale
Force balance
Internal Scale 1
Internal Scale 2
External scale
Force balance
Table 5-1. Applicable IQ9500 Customer Specifications (141 Settings) (Continued)
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Specification
Default
17*
1011
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Scale 3
Scale 4
00:
01:
10:
11:
00:
01:
10:
11:
Internal Scale 1
Internal Scale 2
External scale
Force balance
Bit 0
Internal Scale 1
Internal Scale 2
External scale
Force balance
*All scales are unique and each must have their own channel location. Refer to Section 7.1 on page 27 for more
details.
18
0000
Setpoint TTL
Output
0: Active low
1: Active high
19
1010
Display “not f”
Message for Items
not Stored in
Memory
Number of Setpoints
000:
001:
010:
011:
100:
2 setpoints
3 setpoints
4 setpoints
5 setpoints
6 setpoints
Link to IMS (for US
version)
0: No
1: Yes
Type of Force
Balance (Japan
version only)
0: Not used
1: Ohaus 2130
0: Yes
1: No
Print when Pressing
+ or – Key
0: Yes
1: No
Table 5-1. Applicable IQ9500 Customer Specifications (141 Settings) (Continued)
5.1.2
Weight and Measurement Specification (142
Settings)
1. Press and hold the REZERO key and enter
142 using the numeric keypad. SPC20
appears in WEIGHT display and configuration
of four bits (for SPEC 20) appears in QUANTITY display. Bit 3 is the left digit in QUANTITY display.
2. Press the + key to move up through each
3. Enter the new bit string (four bits required)
starting with bit 3 and then move either up or
down to store bit settings into temporary
memory.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all specifications
are changed.
5. Press * key and then MODE.
6. Power down scale.
7. Power scale ON to re-initialize the new
specification settings.
specification until the desired specification is
obtained. (Press the – key to move down
through each specification.)
Specification
Default
20
____
21
____
22
____
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Minimum Display (Scale 1)
Minimum Display (Cable Port 1, Scale 2)
00: 2
10: 5
00: 2
10: 5
01: 1
11: 10
01: 1
11: 10
0: Eltron Model 2722 Weight Decimal Point Position (Scale 1)
1: Eltron Model 2742
or 2600 Series
000: 00000
011: 00.000
001: 0000.0 100: 0.0000
NOTE: Must be set to 010: 000.00 101: 0.00000
0 if an Eltron printer is
not being used.
Weight Decimal Point Position (Cable Port 1, Scale 2)
000: 00000
001: 0000.0
010: 000.00
011: 00.000
100: 0.0000
101: 0.00000
Table 5-2. Applicable IQ9500 Weight and Measurement Specifications (142 Settings)
Configuration/Dealer Settings
21
Specification
Default
23
0000
24
25
0001
00_0
Bit 3
Bit 2
27
28
0000
0100
0000
Zero Setting Range
00: 1/10,000
10: 1/2500
1/5,000
Not used
00: +Unlimited/–10% FS 01: ±2% FS
10: ±10% FS
11: Not available
Masked Display at
Minus Weight
Display at Minus
Weight
Zero Lamp Lighting
Method
Low Battery (turn off
display)
0: Gross
1: Net
0: Minus display
1: Masked
0: Gross
1: Net
0: No
1: Yes
Scale Starting
Method
Gross Mode Available
IR Mode Protected by Scale Type
Span Switch
0: Single scale
0: Yes
0: No
1: Dual scale
1: No
1: Yes
NOTE: If you are not
connected to a
dual-platform IQ9500,
or do not have two
scales wired into
Cable Port 1, then this
bit needs to be set to 0
(single scale).
Selecting 1 (dual
scale) can damage the
console’s electronic
components.
01:
11:
Zero Tracking When
Tare
Rezero with a Tare
Weight
0: Yes
1: No
0: Yes
1: No
Comma Display
Digital Tare Setting
Tare Range
0: No
1: Yes
0: No
1: Yes
00: 100% FS
10: 5% FS
Auto Tare Clear
When Rezero
Automatic Unit Weight Clear Condition
30
0000
1001
1001
00: +Unlimited/–10% FS 01: ±2% FS
10: ±10% FS
11: Not available
Digital Tare
Rounding
Tare Value Exchange
with TARE key
0: Tare exactly
1: Round to nearest
increment
0: Yes
1: No
01: 50% FS
11: Not available
Automatic Unit Weight
Clear
Tare Addition
Tare Subtraction
0: Yes
1: No
0: Yes
1: No
Load Cell Sensitivities Selection (mV/V)—Scale 1
Auto
Spec
adjusting 0000:
0001:
0010:
0011:
31
Initial Start Range
00: Over net 5d and gross 21d and weight
stable
0: No
01: Greater than or equal to net 1d and weight 1: Yes
stable
10: Greater than or equal to net 1d and quantity
greater than zero and weight stable
0: No
1: Yes
29
Bit 0
Display Resolution for Scales 1, 2, 3, and 4
0: Automatic
1: Manual (must
press REZERO key)
26
Bit 1
Min Max
3.46 4.00
3.00 3.46
2.59 3.00
2.25 2.59
Spec
0100:
0101:
0110:
0111:
Min
1.95
1.69
1.46
1.27
Max
2.25
1.95
1.69
1.46
Spec
1000:
1001:
1010:
1011:
Min
1.09
0.95
0.82
0.71
Max
1.27
1.09
0.95
0.82
Spec
1100:
1101:
1110:
1111:
Min
0.61
0.53
0.46
0.40
Load Cell Sensitivities Selection (mV/V)—Scale 2
Table 5-2. Applicable IQ9500 Weight and Measurement Specifications (142 Settings) (Continued)
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Max
0.71
0.91
0.53
0.46
Specification
Default
Bit 3
Min
3.46
3.00
2.59
2.25
Auto
Spec
adjusting 0000:
0001:
0010:
0011:
32
1010
Bit 2
Max
4.00
3.46
3.00
2.59
Calibration/Default
Spec/Spec 142
Mode Protected by
Span
Spec
0100:
0101:
0110:
0111:
Min
1.95
1.69
1.46
1.27
Bit 1
Max
2.25
1.95
1.69
1.46
Low Battery (turn on
annunciator)
0: Yes
1: No
0: Yes
1: No
33
0____
Over Weight Mask
at:
34
0000
Min
1.09
0.95
0.82
0.71
Max
1.27
1.09
0.95
0.82
Spec
1100:
1101:
1110:
1111:
Min
0.61
0.53
0.46
0.40
Max
0.71
0.91
0.53
0.46
Auto Exit from Part
Accumulation and
Reduction Mode
Scale Connected to
the Cable Port 2
Connector
0: No
1: Yes
0: No
1: Yes
CAUTION: If you are
not connecting a scale
to this connector,
make sure that you
select No. Selecting
Yes can damage the
console’s electronic
components.
Weight Decimal Point Position (Cable Port 2, Scale 2 or 3)
000: 00000
001: 0000.0
010: 000.00
0: +1d
1: +9d
Spec
1000:
1001:
1010:
1011:
Bit 0
011: 00.000
100: 0.0000
A/D Board (Scale 1) Vibration Sensitivity
Settings
(For Scale 1)
0: For std/normal load
00: Normal
cell
1: For abnormal load 01: Prevent from small vibration/fast change in
display
cell with too large
10: Prevent from medium vibration
offset
11: Prevent from large slow change in display
35
0000
A/D Board (Scale 2) Vibration Sensitivity
Settings
(For Scale 2)
0: For std/normal load
00: Normal
cell
1: For abnormal load 01: Prevent from small vibration/fast change in
display
cell with too large
10: Prevent from medium vibration
offset
11: Prevent from large slow change in display
36
__00
Minimum Display (Cable Port 2, Scale 2 or 3) A/D Board (Cable Port 2, Scale 2 or 3) Vibration
Sensitivity Settings
00: 2
01: 1
10: 5
11: 10
00: Normal
01: Prevent from small vibration/fast change in
display
10: Prevent from medium vibration
11: Prevent from large slow change in display
37
1001
Load Cell Sensitivities Selection (mV/V)—Cable Port 2, Scale 2 or 3
Spec
0000:
0001:
0010:
0011:
Min
3.46
3.00
2.59
2.25
Max
4.00
3.46
3.00
2.59
Spec
0100:
0101:
0110:
0111:
Min
1.95
1.69
1.46
1.27
Max
2.25
1.95
1.69
1.46
Spec
1000:
1001:
1010:
1011:
Min
1.09
0.95
0.82
0.71
Max
1.27
1.09
0.95
0.82
Spec
1100:
1101:
1110:
1111:
Min
0.61
0.53
0.46
0.40
Max
0.71
0.91
0.53
0.46
Table 5-2. Applicable IQ9500 Weight and Measurement Specifications (142 Settings) (Continued)
Configuration/Dealer Settings
23
Specification
Default
38
0010
Bit 3
(For Scale 3)
0: For std/normal
load cell
1: For load cell with
too large offset
39
0010
Bit 2
Digital Tare with
Weight on Scale
0: Yes
1: No
Bit 1
Internal Count
0: 500,000
1: 1,000,000
Bit 0
Stability Check When
Changing Scale
0: Yes
1: No
Not used
Table 5-2. Applicable IQ9500 Weight and Measurement Specifications (142 Settings) (Continued)
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6.0
Calibration
The calibration procedure maintains the scale
accuracy within specifications and can serve as a
performance test procedure. Your IQ9500 scale should
be turned on for a minimum of 10 minutes and the
platform excercised three to four times before
attempting to calibrate.
NOTE: Use the SCALE key to select the platform to
calibrate. The scale number is displayed on the lower
secondary display. For dual-platform scales the
calibration procedure described below must be repeated
for each scale.
6.1
IQ9500 Display Resolution
The following tables list the weight resolution
capabilities for the IQ9500 counting scale. Table 6-1
has the single channel platform configuration while
Table 6-2 contains the dual channel scales. Use these
tables to verify specification settings before
calibration.
Capacity, lb
Weighing
Resolution
0.5
0.0001
0101
0100
0100
0000
1010
Specification 20 Specification 21 Specification 23 Specification 25 Specification 32
1
0.0001
0101
0100
0000
0000
1010
2.5
0.0002
0001
0100
0000
0000
1010
5
0.0005
1001
0100
0000
0000
1010
10
0.001
0101
0011
0000
0000
1010
25
0.002
0001
0011
0000
0000
1010
50
0.005
1001
0011
0000
0000
1010
100
0.01
0101
0010
0000
0000
1010
Table 6-1. Single Channel Platform
Capacity, lb
Weighing
Resolution
Specification
20
Specification
21
Specification
22
Specification
23
Specification
25
Specification
32
0.5/10
0.0001/0.002
0100
0100
0011
0100
0010
1010
0.5/25
0.0001/0.005
0110
0100
0011
0100
0010
1010
0.5/50
0.0001/0.01
0101
0100
0010
0100
0010
1010
1.0/10
0.0001/0.001
0101
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
1.0/25
0.0001/0.002
0100
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
1.0/50
0.0001/0.005
0110
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
2.5/10
0.0002/0.001
0001
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
2.5/25
0.0002/0.002
0000
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
2.5/50
0.0002/0.005
0010
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
5.0/10
0.0005/0.001
1001
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
5.0/25
0.0005/0.002
1000
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
5.0/50
0.0005/0.005
1010
0100
0011
0000
0010
1010
Table 6-2. Dual Channel Scales
Calibration
25
The following steps explain the calibration
procedure:
1. Press and hold the REZERO key and enter
8715 on the keypad to enter calibration mode.
The QUANTITY displays the raw count.
2. With no weight on scale, press the CODE key
to compute zero. The QUANTITY display will
show a count of approximately 100000. If the
QUANTITY display is not 100,000 ±10,000,
use the + or – key to adjust until the display is
within range. Another option is to press the
CODE key to automatically recompute zero.
3. Press the REZERO key to zero the weight (if
needed) in the WEIGHT display.
4. Place a known test weight on scale.
5. Adjust displayed weight as close as possible
to the known test weight by using TARE key
to increase or PIECES key to decrease the
value.
6. Enter the known calibration weight (including
all trailing zeros) using the numeric keypad.
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7. Remove the test weight from the scale to
verify that the zero value has not shifted. If
the value in the WEIGHT display is not zero
(has shifted) press the REZERO key.
8. Place the known test weight back onto the
scale. If you had to adjust the zero value you
will notice that the weight value has also
changed and is closer to the true value.
9. Press the * key to start span calibration.
10. Remove weight from scale.
11. Press the MODE key once to exit calibration
mode.
12. Press the MODE key once to return to the
weighing mode.
13. Place the test weight used to calibrate span
back on scale and verify proper weight. If the
displayed weight value is not equal to the
known test weight, repeat Steps 1 through 12.
NOTE: If you are using a multiple scale configuration, it
will be necessary to calibrate all scales individually using
Steps 1 through 13. Use the SCALE key to switch
between scales.
7.0
IQ9500 Counting Scale Setup
The following paragraphs contain instructions for
initial IQ9500 setup and operation either in the battery
or the AC power mode. These instructions include
setting the specification data bits for both internal and
external scale configurations.
7.1
Setting Up the IQ9500
When setting up the IQ9500 counting scale or adding
a second channel, third channel or a force balance, it
is necessary to assign a different location for each
scale whether it is present or not.
Specifications 16 and 17 are used only to set up the
annunciators for each of the four scales. These
specifications do not turn on the additional scales.
Scales 2 and 3 are turned on and off in the weights and
measures specifications contained in Specification 25,
bit 1 (Scale Type) and Specification 32, bit 0 (Scale
Connected to the Cable Port 2 Connector). The
force balance is turned on and off in Specification 8,
bit 3 (RS-232C Connection, Force Balance) and the
connector type is selected in Specification 13, bits 2,
1, and 0 (RS-232 Connector).
Table 7-1 contains the default bit configurations for
Specifications 16 and 17.
NOTE: Specifications 16 and 17 can only be changed by
an authorized service technician.
Specification
Default Setting
16
0001
17
1011
Bits 2 and 3
Bits 0 and 1
Scale 1
Scale 2
00:
01:
10:
11:
00:
01:
10:
11:
Internal Scale 1
Internal Scale 2
External scale
Force balance
Internal Scale 1
Internal Scale 2
External scale
Force balance
Scale 3
Scale 4
00: Internal Scale 1
01: Internal Scale 2
10: External scale
11: Force balance
00:
01:
10:
11:
Internal Scale 1
Internal Scale 2
External scale
Force balance
Table 7-1. Specifications 16 and 17 Default Settings
! Caution
Do not set Specifications 16 and 17 to the configuration shown below. A lockup condition will result if
these configurations are selected. Contact an authorized service technician if a lockout condition
occurs.
Specification
Default Setting
Bits 2 and 3
16
0010
Scale 1
00: Internal Scale 1
Scale 2
10: External scale
17
1000
Scale 3
10: External scale
Scale 4
00: Force balance
Should the IQ9500 become locked up in all 888888s
as a result of invalid specification settings, an
authorized service technician can only perform the
following procedure:
1. Unplug scale from AC outlet.
2. Press and hold the 3 and 9 keys while
plugging in AC cord to outlet.
Bits 0 and 1
3. The display will show S-on. Release the 3 and
9 keys.
4. Press and hold REZERO key while pressing
141, press + key to advance to SPEC 16.
Change SPEC 16 and SPEC 17 to assign a
different location for each scale whether it is
present or not.
IQ9500 Counting Scale Setup
27
7.2
Scale Setup Options
The IQ9500 scale setup options are shown in the
following paragraphs.
7.2.1
Single Platform IQ9500 Scale Setup
Connect load cell cable to Cable Port 1 at the back of
the keyboard as shown in Figure 7-1.
CABLE PORT 2
CABLE PORT 1
Specification
Setting
16
0001
17
1011
25
0000
32
1100
Use SPEC 20, 21, and 23 to set the minimum display,
decimal position, and display resolution for Scale 1 in
the diagram shown in Figure 7-2.
Figure 7-1. Load Cell Cable Connector Ports
IQ9500 Single
Platform
Floor Scale
Bench Scale
- OR -
Scale 1
- OR -
Scale 1
Cable
Port 1
WEIGHT
Cable
Port 1
UNIT-WEIGHT
WEIGHT
kg
lb
SCALE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
REZERO
9500
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
9
4
5
6
+
3
*
1
2
0
WEIGHT
kg
lb
OFF
-
8
CLEAR
SCALE
DATE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
PROG
CODE
9500
IN / OUT
Cable
Port 1
UNIT-WEIGHT
ON
MODE
INVENT
7
Scale 1
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
kg
9
4
5
6
+
3
*
0
2
lb
OFF
-
8
1
UNIT-WEIGHT
ON
MODE
INVENT
7
CLEAR
SCALE
DATE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
PROG
CODE
9500
IN / OUT
(AC adaptor required)
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
ON
MODE
OFF
INVENT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
0
DATE
+
*
3
CLEAR
PROG
CODE
IN / OUT
(AC adaptor required)
Figure 7-2. Diagram of Single Platform IQ9500 Scale Setup
7.2.2
Dual-Platform IQ9500 Scale Setup (Figure 7-3)
IQ9500 Dual
Platform
Scale 2
Scale 1
Cable
Port 1
WEIGHT
UNIT-WEIGHT
kg
lb
SCALE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
9500
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
ON
MODE
OFF
INVENT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
0
3
CLEAR
DATE
+
*
PROG
CODE
IN / OUT
Figure 7-3. Diagram of Dual-Platform Scale Setup
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Specification
Setting
16
0001
17
1011
25
0010
32
1100
Use SPEC 20 and 21 to set the minimum display and
decimal position for Scale 1 and SPEC 20 and 22 for
Scale 2. SPEC 23 will be used to set the display
resolution for both scales.
7.2.3
Two Platform Scale Setup (Figure 7-4)
IQ9500 Single
Platform
IQ9500 Single
Platform
Bench Scale
Floor Scale
Scale 1
Scale 2
Cable
Port 1
Cable Port 2
WEIGHT
WEIGHT
kg
lb
SCALE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
UNIT-WEIGHT
kg
MODE
lb
OFF
INVENT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
0
Cable
Port 1
ON
NET/
GROSS
- OR -
Cable Port 2
UNIT-WEIGHT
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
9500
Scale 1
- OR -
Scale 2
3
CLEAR
-
SCALE
DATE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
+
PIECES
QUANTITY
*
TARE
PROG
CODE
9500
IN / OUT
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
ON
MODE
OFF
INVENT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
0
3
CLEAR
DATE
+
*
PROG
CODE
IN / OUT
Floor Scale
Bench Scale
Scale 2
Scale 1
Cable
Port 1
Cable Port 2
WEIGHT
UNIT-WEIGHT
kg
lb
SCALE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
9500
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
ON
MODE
OFF
INVENT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
0
3
CLEAR
DATE
+
*
PROG
CODE
IN / OUT
(AC adaptor required)
Figure 7-4. Diagram of Two Platform Scale Setup
Specification
Setting
16
0010
17
0111
25
0000
32
1101
Use SPEC 20 and 21 to set the minimum display and
decimal position for Scale 1 and SPEC 33 and 36 for
Scale 2. SPEC 23 will be used to set the display
resolution for both scales.
NOTE: Refer to Section 9.3 for remote platform wire
numbering and connector pinout information.
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7.2.4
Three Platform Scale with IQ9500 Single Platform
(Figure 7-5)
Floor Scale
IQ9500 Single
Platform
Bench Scale
Scale 2
Scale 3
Scale 1
- OR -
Use SPEC 20 and 21 to set the minimum display and
decimal position for Scale 1, SPEC 20 and 22 for
Scale 2, and SPEC 33 and SPEC 36 for Scale 3. SPEC
23 will be used to set the display resolution for all
three scales.
The Y-cable wiring diagram is shown in Figure 7-6
and a photograph of the cable is shown in Figure 7-7.
Scale 2
Cable Port 1
Cable Port 2
WEIGHT
UNIT-WEIGHT
kg
lb
SCALE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
REZERO
9500
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
Scale 3
9
5
6
1
2
6
+ Signal
2
7
– Signal
3
3
+ Excitation
4
4
– Excitation
5
5
Shield
6
6
+ Signal
7
7
– Signal
8
3
+ Excitation
9
4
– Excitation
10
5
Shield
11
9
V pac
12
10
GND
13
11
V+
14
12
Vdc
13
V bat
14
Chg Bat
+
*
3
PROG
CLEAR
CODE
IN / OUT
IQ9500 Single
Platform
Scale 1
Cable Port 1
Cable Port 2
- OR -
Y-cable required
UNIT-WEIGHT
kg
lb
SCALE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
REZERO
9500
Floor Scale
1
DATE
Scale 2
WEIGHT
14-pin Female Connector
OFF
8
4
0
14-pin Male Connector
ON
MODE
INVENT
7
Floor Scale
Bench Scale
Y-cable required
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
ON
MODE
OFF
INVENT
7
8
4
5
1
2
-
9
DATE
+
6
*
3
PROG
CLEAR
0
CODE
IN / OUT
Bench Scale
Bench Scale
Scale 2
Scale 1
Scale 3
WEIGHT
UNIT-WEIGHT
kg
lb
SCALE
Y-cable required
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
Cable Port 2
WEIGHT
9500
Cable Port 1
IQ9500
PLATFORM
ONLY
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
ON
MODE
OFF
INVENT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
CLEAR
DATE
Scale 1
+
*
PROG
CODE
IN / OUT
UNIT-WEIGHT
kg
lb
SCALE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
9500
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
ON
MODE
OFF
INVENT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
0
3
CLEAR
DATE
+
*
PROG
CODE
IN / OUT
Figure 7-6. Y-Cable Wiring Diagram
(AC adaptor required)
Figure 7-5. Diagram of Three Scale Setup
Specification
Setting
16
0001
17
1011
25
0010
32
1101
NOTE: Refer to Section 9.0 for remote platform wire
numbering and connector pinout information.
Figure 7-7. Y Cable for a Three Platform Setup
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7.2.5
IQ9500 Dual Platform Scale with One External
Scale ( Figure 7-8)
IQ9500 Dual
Platform
Bench Scale
Scale 3
Scale 2
Cable Port 2
WEIGHT
Scale 1
Cable Port 1
UNIT-WEIGHT
- OR -
Scale 3
Scale 3
Scale 2
lb
SCALE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
REZERO
9500
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
kg
OFF
9
4
5
6
+
3
*
0
2
CLEAR
lb
-
8
1
UNIT-WEIGHT
ON
MODE
INVENT
7
SCALE
DATE
UNIT WT
PER PIECE
PIECES
QUANTITY
TARE
PROG
CODE
9500
IN / OUT
Scale 1
Cable Port 1
Cable Port 2
WEIGHT
kg
IQ9500 Dual
Platform
Floor Scale
REZERO
UNIT
WEIGHT
NET/
GROSS
ON
MODE
OFF
INVENT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
0
3
CLEAR
DATE
+
*
PROG
CODE
IN / OUT
Figure 7-8. Diagram of IQ9500 Dual-Platform Scale with One External Scale
Specification
Setting
16
0001
17
1011
25
0010
32
1101
Use SPEC 20 and 21 to set the minimum display and
decimal position for Scale 1, SPEC 20 and 22 for
Scale 2, and SPEC 33 and SPEC 36 for Scale 3. SPEC
23 will be used to set the display resolution for all
three scales.
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8.0
8.1
RS-232 Specification
RS-232 Ports
The IQ9500 is equipped with three RS-232 ports for
connecting devices such as a force balance, bar code
laser/pen scanner, PC, or printer (bar code, tape, or
ticket). SPEC 0 (bit 1), SPEC 3, and SPEC 8 through
SPEC 15 are used when connecting peripheral
devices.
SPEC 13, bits 2, 1, and 0 determine which devices are
connected to the 9-pin D-Sub connector and 8-pin
DIN Connector 2. Table 8-1 shows the specification
bit number and the corresponding eight- and nine-pin
connector designation.
SPEC 13,
Bits 2, 1, 0 9-Pin D-Sub Connector
8-Pin DIN Connector
000
Printer
SPEC 10 and 11
Force balance
SPEC 8 and 9
001
Force balance
SPEC 8 and 9
Printer
SPEC 10 and 11
100
PC
SPEC 10 and 11
Force balance
SPEC 8 and 9
101
Force balance
SPEC 8 and 9
PC
SPEC 10 and 11
010
Printer
SPEC 10 and 11
PC
SPEC 8 and 9
011
PC
SPEC 8 and 9
Printer
SPEC 10 and 11
would be configured to 0011. SPEC 3 would need to
be configured to 0011 or 0010.
NOTE: See Section 9.0 for remote platform wire numbering
and connector pinout information.
8.2
Eltron Printers
Refer to the Eltron printer manual for baud rate, data
bit, and stop bit settings if it desired to change them
from the factory defaults. The default settings are
9600 baud rate, eight-bit data length, no parity and
one stop bit.
NOTES:
• The IQ9500 downloads some label formats to the
printer during power up. Eltron printers must be
connected to the IQ9500 and powered on before
powering up the IQ9500.
• Eltron 2722 printer software must be Version 4.00 or
higher. Eltron 2742 printer software must be Version
4.02 or higher.
Table 8-2 contains the Eltron bar code label printer
specification settings configured for 9600 baud rate,
eight data bits, no parity, one stop bit, and connected
to the 9-pin D-sub connector.
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
0
0
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
Table 8-1. SPEC 13 Configuration with Eight- and Nine-Pin
Connector Designation
SPEC 11
0
0
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
0
SPEC 8 through SPEC 11 are used to configure the
baud rate, data length, parity, and stop bits for each
device installed in the system. As shown in Table 8-1,
SPEC 8 and SPEC 9 are always configured with a
force balance while SPEC 10 and SPEC 11 are
configured with a printer. Therefore, if a PC is
connected in place of either the force balance or
printer, those specifications that follow the force
balance or printer are now used for the PC.
For example, if you wanted to connect a PC on the
9-pin D-Sub connector and a TM-U200 printer to the
8-pin DIN connector, SPEC 13 (bits 2, 1, and 0)
would be configured to 011. If the RS-232 settings for
the PC are 9600 baud rate, eight-bit data length, no
parity and one stop bit, SPEC 8 would be configured
to 0111 and SPEC 9 would be configured to 0100. If
the RS-232 settings for the printer are 4800 baud rate,
seven-bit data length, even parity and one stop bit,
SPEC 10 would be configured to 1010 and SPEC 11
SPEC 21
see below
—
—
—
SPEC 21: For Eltron 2722 printers, set SPEC 21, bit 3 to 0;
for 2742 and 2600 Series printers, set bit 3 to 1.
Table 8-2. Eltron Printer Setup for 9-Pin D-Sub Connector
Table 8-3 contains the Eltron bar code label printer
specification settings configured for 9600 baud rate,
eight data bits, no parity, one stop bit, and connected
to the 8-pin DIN connector.
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
0
0
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
0
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
1
SPEC 21
see below
—
—
—
SPEC 21: For Eltron 2722 printers, set SPEC 21, bit 3 to 0;
for 2742 and 2600 Series printers, set bit 3 to 1.
Table 8-3. Eltron Printer Setup for 8-Pin DIN Connector
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Figure 8-1 shows an example of the Eltron printer
format without recalling an item code number from
memory. Shown in Figure 8-2 is a label sample
recalling an item code number from memory and the
scale configured for unit weight equal to A.P.W.
Figure 8-3 is a label sample recalling an item code
number from memory and with a scale configured for
unit weight equal to wt/1000 pieces.
Figure 8-1. Sample Label without Recalling an Item Code
from Memory (not to scale)
connector.
NOTE: Epson printers must be connected to the
IQ9500 and powered on before powering up the
IQ9500.
Table 8-4 through Table 8-7 shows the various
TM-U200 printer configuration settings using
Specifications 3, 10, 11, and 13. A sample of the
printer printout is shown in Figure 8-4.
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
1
1
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
1
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
0
Table 8-4. Epson TM-U200 Printer Specification (Without
Cutter) Connected to 9-Pin D-Sub Connector
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
1
0
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
1
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
0
Table 8-5. Epson TM-U200 Printer Specification (With
Cutter) Connected to 9-Pin D-Sub Connector
Figure 8-2. Sample Label with Recalling an Item Code
from Memory and the Scale Configured for Unit Weight
Equal to A.P.W (not to scale)
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
1
1
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
1
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
1
Table 8-6. Epson TM-U200 Printer Specification (Without
Cutter) Connected to 8-Pin DIN Connector
Figure 8-3. Sample Label with Recalling an Item Code
from Memory and the Scale Configured for Unit Weight
Equal to Wt/1000 Pieces (not to scale)
8.3
Epson Tape Printers
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
1
0
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
1
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
1
Table 8-7. Epson TM-U200 Printer Specification (With
Cutter) Connected to 8-Pin DIN Connector
The Epson TM-U200 tape printer default settings
(with and without cutter) are 9600 baud rate, eight-bit
data length, no parity and one stop bit and connnected
to either the 9-pin D-sub connector or the 8-pin DIN
RS-232 Specification
33
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
0
1
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
1
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
1
Table 8-9. Epson TM-U295 (without Form Feed) Printer
Specification Connected to 8-Pin DIN Connector
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
1
1
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
1
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
0
Table 8-10. Epson TM-U295 Printer Specification (with
Form Feed) Connected to 9-Pin Sub-D Connector
Figure 8-4. Sample Epson TM-U200 and TM-U295 Ticket
Output (Not to Scale)
8.4
Epson Ticket Printers
The Epson TM-U295 ticket printer default settings
are 9600 baud rate, eight-bit data length, no parity and
one stop bit and connnected to either the 9-pin D-sub
connector or the 8-pin DIN connector.
NOTE: Epson printers must be connected to the
IQ9500 and powered on before powering up the
IQ9500.
Table 8-8 presents the TM-U295 printer configuration
settings using Specifications 3, 10, 11, and 13
connected to the 9-pin D-sub connector. Table 8-9
contains the TM-U295 printer configuration settings
using Specifications 3, 10, 11, and 13 connected to the
8-pin DIN connector. Shown in Table 8-10 is the
printer configuration settings using Specifications 3,
10, 11, and 13 connected to a 9-pin sub-D connector
while Table 8-11 is the setting for a 8-pin DIN
connector. A sample of the printer printout is shown
in Figure 8-4.
Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
0
1
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
1
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
0
Table 8-8. Epson TM-U295 (without Form Feed) Printer
Specification Connected to 9-Pin D-Sub Connector
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Specification
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
SPEC 3
0
0
1
1
SPEC 10
1
1
1
1
SPEC 11
0
1
0
0
SPEC 13
0
0
0
1
Table 8-11. Epson TM-U295 Printer Specification (with
Form Feed) Connected to 8-Pin DIN Connector
8.5
IQ9500-to-PC Output Data Format
with Header
The IQ9500-to-PC output data format is identified in
SPEC 12, bit 0 and is set to 0. The output data format
includes a header and data. One data consists of
Header, Data and CR. The following illustration
shows the output data format.
Header
Data
CR
Header
........
CR
LF
NOTES:
•
•
CR must be added at the end of the data.
LF must be added at the end as a termination
code of the transmission.
There are two type of headers; header with header code and header with title. The header code is sent before the
data to indicate the type of the data, while the header with title is sent before the data to indicate the type of the
data. This can be used only when RS-232 output is set to counting condition, with header and title. Table 8-12
shows the type of data that can be sent.
Header Code
ASCII Code
Data
Title
Data
0
30
Net Weight
NET WEIGHT
Net Weight
1
31
Unit Weight
UNIT WEIGHT
Unit Weight
2
32
Quantity
QUANTITY
Quantity
3
33
ID Code
ID CODE
ID Code
4
34
Tare Weight
TARE WEIGHT
Tare Weight
A
41
Gross Weight
GROSS WEIGHT
Gross Weight
B
42
Status
STATUS
Status
C
43
Date and Time
DATE AND TIME
Date and Time
F
46
Setpoint 1 (W)
SETPOINT 1 (W)
Setpoint 1 (W)
G
47
Setpoint 1 (Q)
SETPOINT 1 (Q)
Setpoint 1 (Q)
H
48
Setpoint 2
SETPOINT 2
Setpoint 2
I
49
Total Quantity
TOTAL QUANTITY
Total Quantity
K
4B
Inventory
INVENTORY
Inventory
M
4D
Part No
PART NO
Part No
N
4E
Part Name
PART NAME
Part Name
V
56
Scale No
SCALE NO
Scale No
Q
51
Setpoint 3
SETPOINT 3
Setpoint 3
X
58
Setpoint 4
SETPOINT 4
Setpoint 4
U
55
Setpoint 5
SETPOINT 5
Setpoint 5
O
4F
Setpoint 6
SETPOINT 6
Setpoint 6
Table 8-12. IQ9500 RS-232 Specification with Header
8.6
IQ9500-to-PC Output Data Format
Without Header
The IQ9500-to-PC output data format (without
header) is identified in SPEC 12, bit 0 (RS-232C (PC)
with Header) and is set to 1. The output data format is
data only. One data block consists of Data and CR.
The following is an illustration of the output data
format.
Data
CR
Data
CR
........
CR
NOTES:
•
CR must be added at the end of the data.
•
LF must be added at the end as a termination code of
the transmission.
LF
RS-232 Specification
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8.7
Data
Parts identification (ID) code is only sent when an ID
code is called during the counting mode. The
maximum is 16 characters. If the ID code is less than
16 characters, then the rest of the data will be filled
with space (20H). An example for parts code that
equals 12 is shown in the diagram below.
Header
3
1
Printed
Descriptor
Description
GROSS
WEIGHT
Variable length, maximum of five digits
and one decimal point
NET WEIGHT
Variable length, maximum of five digits
and one decimal point
UNIT WEIGHT
Variable length, maximum of five digits
and one decimal point
TARE WEIGHT
Variable length, maximum of five digits
and one decimal point
QUANTITY
Variable length, maximum of seven digits
TOTAL
QUANTITY
Variable length, maximum of seven digits
when PRINT key is depressed
Data
2 SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP CR
Setpoint data is only sent when an ID code is called
during the counting mode. There are six setpoint data
to be sent: Setpoint 1 (F or G), Setpoint 2 (H),
Setpoint 3 (a), Setpoint 4 (b), Setpoint 5 (c) and
Setpoint 6 (d).
Setpoint 1 (F) is defined as:
• Weight – variable length, maximum of five digits
and one decimal point.
Setpoint 1 (G) is defined as:
• Quantity – variable length with a maximum of six
digits.
NOTE: Only one F (Setpoint 1 – Weight) or one G
(Setpoint 1 – Quantity) is sent.
Setpoint 2 through 6 (H, a, b, c, and d) is data with a
format consisting of:
• Percentage – variable length, maximum of five
digits, and one decimal point, or
• Lower weight – variable length, maximum of five
digits, and one decimal point, or
• Lower quantity – variable length and a maximum
of seven digits.
Four combinations of Setpoint 1 and Setpoint 2 can be
sent as shown below:
Setpoint 1
Setpoints 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6
Quantity
Percentage
Upper uantity
Lower quantity
Weight
Percentage
Upper weight
Lower weight
NOTE: Setpoints 2 through 6 must either increase or
decrease. The decimal point for weight must be correct.
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Shown in Table 8-13 is the result of printed data
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NOTE: Only one of “2” (QUANTITY) or “1” (TOTAL
QUANTITY) is sent at one time.
Table 8-13. Result of Printed Data
8.8
Status Data Byte
The status data byte for bits 0 through 7 is shown
below. Status data byte will be set either to 1 or 0 in
bits 0 through 5 or always set to 1 (bit 6) or 0 (bit 7).
Bit
If Set to 1
If Set to 0
0
Positive weight
Negative weight
1
Lb mode
Kg, g mode
2
Weight stable
Weight unstable
3
Output normally
entered data
Others
4
Output by + key
Others
5
Output by – key
Others
6
Always set to 1
7
Always set to 0
When bit 3 (Output Normally Entered Data) is 1, bit 2 (Weight Stable) should be ignored. Table 8-14 shows the
printer setup configuration with title descriptors and data lengths.
Title or Descriptor
Data Lengths,
digits
PART NUMBER
16
INVENTORY
8
PART NAME
20
SCALE NUMBER
1
DATE AND TIME
Header
(C)
Year
(two digits)
Month
(two digits)
Day
(two digits)
Hour
(two digits)
Minute
(two digits)
Second
(two digits)
CR
Table 8-14. Printer Setup with Descriptors and Data Lengths
8.9
Bar Code Scanner
8.11 Three Lines Bar Code
Bar code scanning capabilities are available using
either a laser scanner or a wand (or pen) scanner. The
laser scanner allows non-contact, instantaneous, and
accurate input of unit weight, tare weight, and ID
code.
The scanner can become operational by connecting
the scanner cable to the circular DIN connector in the
rear of the scale keyboard. The pen reader is an
economical method to use the accuracy and speed of
bar code data input when contact scanning is
available. Be sure to verify the correct settings on
Specifications 14 and 15 (see Section 5.1.1).
8.10 Intput Data Format
The IQ9500 provides two methods to input data; one
is with a header and the other, without a header. The
format using a header is shown in the diagram below.
Header
Data
CR
The format for without a header is shown below
(identified as an ID code).
The IQ9500 can read three lines of bar code. The
following illustrations show the configuration for
Lines 1, 2, and 3.
Line 1:
Header
SP
Data 1
CR
Line 2:
SP
Data 2
CR
Line 3:
Data 3
CR
Communication available in the operation mode
include, unit weight, tare weight, part code, and
quantity.
Communication available in program mode include,
part code, part number, part name, inventory, unit
weight, tare weight and setpoints.
8.12 Header
Table 8-15 presents the type of receivable header code
including ASCII code number and data description.
Data
CR
Header Code
ASCII Code
Data
Header Code
ASCII Code
Data
1
31
Unit Weight
I
49
Total Quantity
2
32
Quantity
K
4B
Inventory
3
33
ID Code
M
4D
Part Number
4
34
Tare Weight
N
4E
Part Name
A
41
Gross Weight
Q
51
Setpoint 3
F
46
Setpoint 1 (W)
X
58
Setpoint 4
G
47
Setpoint 1 (Q)
U
55
Setpoint 5
H
48
Setpoint 2
O
4F
Setpoint 6
Table 8-15. Receivable Header Code
RS-232 Specification
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8.13 Z Command
Z command functions are useable when SPEC 14 and SPEC 15 are set as noted in the table below allowing as
function key and are shown below.
Z Command
Function
Z Command
Function
Z0
Rezero
Z6
Clear
Z1
Print
ZS1
Scale 1
Z2
Unit weight clear
ZS2
Scale 2
Z3
Plus
ZS3
Scale 3
Z4
Minus
ZS4
Scale 4
Z5
Tare
--
--
NOTE: SPEC 14, bit 3 (RS-232C Connection) must be set to 1 (Yes) and SPEC 15, bit 2 (RS-232C with Header) must be
set to 0 (Yes) for the console to recognize the Z commands.
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9.0
Appendix
The following sections contain additional technical
information for your IQ9500 counting scale.
9.1
IQ9500 Character
(Teraoka Code)
Code
List
The IQ9500 is not equipped with a full alphanumeric
keyboard; therefore, the Teraoka Code listed in
Table 9-1 gives you the ability to enter a code number
equivalent to the character you want entered. For
example, if you want to enter the letter A, you would
enter the Code 01.
The Teraoka Code can be used in the programming
mode (Section 4.0) to enter an alphanumeric item
code number, part number, part name, and lot number.
You will know that you are in the Teraoka mode
because the WEIGHT display will always prompt t-C
01 and the UNIT-WEIGHT display will show 00-. The
QUANTITY display will prompt CodE, PArt-no,
P-nAme, or Lot-no depending on the data you are
entering. The display will show t-C and 00- and will
prompt you to enter the first character. Once you enter
the character, using the code equivalent, the displays
will read t-C 02 and 00-. Pressing the + key allows
you to move to the next character or leave a space
between characters, and pressing the - key allows you
to review characters already entered.
Character
Code
Character
Code
Character
Code
Character
Code
Space
00
M
13
Z
26
9
39
A
01
N
14
,
27
@
40
B
02
O
15
.
28
!
41
C
03
P
16
–
29
"
42
D
04
Q
17
0
30
#
43
E
05
R
18
1
31
$
44
F
06
S
19
2
32
%
45
G
07
T
20
3
33
&
46
H
08
U
21
4
34
/
47
I
09
V
22
5
35
(
48
J
10
W
23
6
36
)
49
K
11
X
24
7
37
‘
50
L
12
Y
25
8
38
Table 9-1. IQ9500 Character Code List (Teraoka Code)
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9.2
IQ9500 Message List
Message
ACC
Contents
Accuracy
---Add XX
Sampling quantity is insufficient
ALL
All memory
C XX
Number of items in memory
CH XXX
Checking item code
ALL CLEAr
Clear memory
dFt SPC
Default spec
EntEr tIñE
Enter time from 0000 to 2400
EntEr ñ-d-y
Enter month, day, and year
Fb CoñErr
Force balance communication error
Frl
Friday
FULL
Memory full
InVEnt
Inventory
Lo-Err
Span is out of range (on the low side)
Lot-no
Lot number
ñon
Monday
ñon-SUn 0-6
Mon=0, Tue=1, Wed=2, Thu=3, Fri=4, Sat=5, Sun=6
not F
Item not found
OF
Overflow
P-nAñE
Part name
P-no
Part number
PrESS CodE
Calibration mode: Press code key to auto find zero number
ProG
Programming mode
P-SP
Item setpoint
rS232 CoñErr
RS232 communication error (PC/printer)
S-on
Span switch is ON
Sat
Saturday
SEt P
Setpoint
SEt X
Setpoint number
SPCXX
Specification number
SUn
Sunday
TArE
Tare
tArE oFF LoAd
Tare is not allowed since weight is greater than zero
t-C XX XX-XX
Teraoka Code I Character Position I Character Code Character - Character
THU
Thursday
TotAL XXXXXXX
Accumulating or subtracting operation
TUE
Tuesday
UF
Underflow
Unit u
Unit weight
UP-Err
Span out of range (on the high side)
VEr X.XX
Version number
UED
Wednesday
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9.3
Connector Pinouts
Figure 9-3. Nine-Pin Sub-D Female
Figure 9-1. Eight-Pin DIN Female
Pin Number
Description
1
DCD
DTR
2
RXD
S. GND
3
TXD
DTR
Pin
Number
Scanner DIN
Connector
Force Balance DIN
Connector
1
DTR
2
S. GND
3
DSR
DSR
4
4
RXD
RXD
5
S. GND
5
TXD
TXD
6
DSR
6
CTS
CTS
7
RTS
CTS
RI
7
RTS
RTS
8
8
vcc (5 V)
n/c
9
Table 9-2. Eight-Pin DIN Connector Pin Description
Table 9-4. Nine-Pin D-Sub Connector Pin Description
Figure 9-2. Fourteen-Pin Amphenol Female
Pin Number
Remote Platform Connector
Description
1
Not used
2
Not used
3
+Excitation
4
–Excitation
5
6
+Signal
7
–Signal
8
Shield *
9 through 14
Not used
* When using the Y cable, use pin 5 instead of pin 8 as
shield.
Table 9-3. Remote Platform Pin Identification and Function
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Figure 9-4. Setpoint Mini DIN Female
Pin Number
Setpoint Configuration
1
SP-1
2
SP-2
3
SP-3
4
SP-4
5
SP-5
6
SP-6
7
+5 Vdc (external power
supply)
8
Gnd
9
OAC5 OUT
PIN 4 - SETPOINT 4
OAC5 OUT
OAC5 OUT
1
2
PIN 7 - 5 VDC
PIN 8 - GND
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
AC OUTPUT 1
TO EQUIPMENT
PIN 3 - SETPOINT 3
6
7
AC OUTPUT 2
TO EQUIPMENT
8
OAC5 OUT
7
8
AC OUTPUT 3
TO EQUIPMENT
PIN 1 - SETPOINT 1
PIN 2 - SETPOINT 2
OPTO 22
G4PB4
FIELD
CONTROL
+
115 VAC
HOT IN
FUSE-HIGH VOLTAGE
OUT
–
AC
IN
COM
HOT
GRD
CAUTION:
HOT AND COMMON
SHOULD NOT BE
SWITCHED
Figure 9-5. Typical Wiring for 4 AC Outputs to Control Equipment in the Field
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DC CONTROL WIRING FROM IQ 9500
FUSE
TESTER
SPARE
FUSE
AC OUTPUT 4
TO EQUIPMENT
9
AC WIRING TO CONTROLLED EQUIPMENT IN FIELD
Table 9-5. Pin Out for Setpoint Configuration
9.4
Cable Wiring
The following tables show the wiring required for
cables used with the TM-U295/TM-U200 and Eltron
2722 /2742 printers.
9.4.1
Eltron 2722/2742 Cables
Cable PN 64660
Eltron 2722/2742
9-pin D-Sub Male
TM-U295/TM-U200 Cables
Cable PN 41279
TM-U295/TM-U200
25-pin D-Sub Male
9.4.2
IQ9500
9-pin D-Sub Male
IQ9500
9-pin D-Sub Male
Function
Pin
Pin
Function
RxD
3
3
TxD
GND
5
5
GND
Function
Pin
Pin
Function
RTS
7
7
RTS
RxD
3
3
TxD
CTS
8
8
CTS
GND
7
5
GND
DSR
6
7
RTS
DTR
20
8
CTS
Table 9-8. Wiring for Cable PN 64660, Eltron 2722/2742
Cable PN 64661
Table 9-6. Wiring for Cable PN 41279, TM-U295/TM-U200
Eltron 2722/2742
9-pin D-Sub Male
Cable PN 32810
TM-U295/TM-U200
25-pin D-Sub Male
IQ9500
8-pin DIN Male
IQ9500
8-pin DIN Male
Function
Pin
Pin
Function
RxD
3
5
TxD
GND
5
2
GND
Function
Pin
Pin
Function
RTS
7
7
RTS
RxD
3
5
TxD
CTS
8
6
CTS
GND
7
2
GND
DSR
6
7
RTS
DTR
20
6
CTS
Table 9-9. Wiring for Cable PN 64661, Eltron 2722/2742
Table 9-7. Wiring for Cable PN 32810, TM-U295/TM-U200
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9.5
Bar Code Board
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IQ9500 Installation Manual
IQ9500 Limited Warranty
Rice Lake Weighing Systems (RLWS) warrants that all RLWS equipment and systems properly installed by a
Distributor or Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) will operate per written specifications as confirmed by
the Distributor/OEM and accepted by RLWS. All systems and components are warranted against defects in
materials and workmanship for one year.
RLWS warrants that the equipment sold hereunder will conform to the current written specifications authorized
by RLWS. RLWS warrants the equipment against faulty workmanship and defective materials. If any equipment
fails to conform to these warranties, RLWS will, at its option, repair or replace such goods returned within the
warranty period subject to the following conditions:
• Upon discovery by Buyer of such nonconformity, RLWS will be given prompt written notice with a
detailed explanation of the alleged deficiencies.
• Individual electronic components returned to RLWS for warranty purposes must be packaged to
prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage in shipment. Packaging requirements are listed in a
publication, Protecting Your Components From Static Damage in Shipment, available from RLWS
Equipment Return Department.
• Examination of such equipment by RLWS confirms that the nonconformity actually exists, and was
not caused by accident, misuse, neglect, alteration, improper installation, improper repair or
improper testing; RLWS shall be the sole judge of all alleged non-conformities.
• Such equipment has not been modified, altered, or changed by any person other than RLWS or its
duly authorized repair agents.
• RLWS will have a reasonable time to repair or replace the defective equipment. Buyer is responsible
for shipping charges both ways.
• In no event will RLWS be responsible for travel time or on-location repairs, including assembly or
disassembly of equipment, nor will RLWS be liable for the cost of any repairs made by others.
THESE WARRANTIES EXCLUDE ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NEITHER
RLWS NOR DISTRIBUTOR WILL, IN ANY EVENT, BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
RLWS AND BUYER AGREE THAT RLWS S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY HEREUNDER IS LIMITED TO
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF SUCH GOODS. IN ACCEPTING THIS WARRANTY, THE BUYER WAIVES ANY AND
ALL OTHER CLAIMS TO WARRANTY.
SHOULD THE SELLER BE OTHER THAN RLWS, THE BUYER AGREES TO LOOK ONLY TO THE SELLER FOR
WARRANTY CLAIMS.
NO TERMS, CONDITIONS, UNDERSTANDING, OR AGREEMENTS PURPORTING TO MODIFY THE TERMS OF THIS
WARRANTY SHALL HAVE ANY LEGAL EFFECT UNLESS MADE IN WRITING AND SIGNED BY A CORPORATE
OFFICER OF RLWS AND THE BUYER.
© 2001 Rice Lake Weighing Systems, Inc. Rice Lake, WI USA. All Rights Reserved.
RICE LAKE WEIGHING SYSTEMS • 230 WEST COLEMAN STREET • RICE LAKE, WISCONSIN 54868 • USA
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