Sartorius Element Series Operating instructions

Operating Instructions
Sartorius Cubis Series
Electronic Semimicro, Micro, Precision and Analytical Balances
MSE Models
98648-017-17
Contents
Contents
Notes on Using these Instructions �������������������������������� 3
Safety Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
General View of the Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Unpacking the Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Setup Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Transporting the Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Storage and Shipping Conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Power Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Warm-up Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Anti-theft Locking Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Modification Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Preparing Below-Cell Weighing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Using the Cable Opening in the Analytical Balance Draft shield. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Display and Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Basic Weighing Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Leveling the Balance with the Inclination Sensor. . . . . 31
Turning the Ionizer On/Off (Optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Calibration and Adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Configuration (Operating Menu). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Key Functions during Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Menu Navigation Example: Setting the Language . . . . 36
Menu Structure (Overview) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Parameter Settings: Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Application Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Density Determination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Counting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Weighing in Percent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Calculation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Animal Weighing/Averaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Net-total Formulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Totalizing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Mass Unit Conversion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
ISO/GLP-compliant Print-out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Data Interfaces. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Care and Maintenance
(Packing the Balance for Shipping) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Transporting the Balance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Disposal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Dimensions (Balance Drawings). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Accessories (Options). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Declaration of Conformity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
EC Type Approval Certificate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Plates and Markings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
The enclosed CD-ROM contains the
h operating
instructions as a PDF file. To read and print the file, you require
the program Acrobat Reader, which
you can download for free from the
Adobe website (www.adobe.com).
Software drivers for configuration of SB interfaces can also be downloaded from the internet: http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm The “installation guides" for these drivers can be found here:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Documents/
InstallGuides.htm
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Cubis MSE Operating Instructions
Notes on Using these Instructions
Notes on Using these Instructions
t Please read these instructions carefully and completely before using the device.
t Read the Safety Instructions carefully.
t These instructions are part of the product. Keep them in a safe and easily
accessible location.
t If the instructions should be lost or misplaced, please contact Sartorius
for a replacement or download the latest version from our website:
www.sartorius.com
Symbols and Signs
The following symbols are used in this manual:
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Danger of electrical shock
Danger of physical injury or death
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Useful information and tips
Danger of explosion
Potential danger of physical injury or death
Warning of potential physical injury,
Health risk or risk of property damage
Notes on use in legal metrology within the scope of validity of
Council Directive 2009/23/EC
Note regarding device operation
Explanation of Symbols
The following symbols are used in these instructions:
t Indicates a required action
y Describes what happens after you have performed a particular step
1., Perform steps in the specified order
2.
– Indicates an item in a list
h
Technical advice / Hotline:
Phone:
Fax:
+49.551.308.4440
+49.551.308.4449
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
This device complies with European Council Directives as well as international regulations and standards for electrical
equipment, electromagnetic compatibility, and the stipulated safety requirements. Improper use or handling can,
however, result in damage and/or injury.
This device should only be operated by trained personnel.
Operators must read these installation instructions, particularly the safety information, and must be familiar with the
operation of the equipment. The operator is required to supplement these safety precautions as appropriate.
The operating personnel must be provided with the appropriate training.
The requirements pertaining to applicable installation regulations must be followed when using electrical equipment
in systems and environmental conditions with increased safety requirements. Relevant laws, standards, regulations,
guidelines and environmental protection laws valid in your country must be observed.
Always keep the equipment and balance freely accessible.
Any installation work or balance operation that does not conform to the instructions will result in forfeiture of all
claims under the manufacturer's warranty.
Danger of Explosion!
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Do not use this equipment in hazardous areas in which explosive materials are present.
Danger of Electrical Shock!
If the device is not used in accordance with the instructions, this can affect the product liability for the device.
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Make sure that the voltage rating printed on the AC adapter is identical to your local line voltage. The wall outlet must
have a protective grounding conductor. The operating instructions included with the AC adapter must be followed.
Do not switch on the equipment if the AC adapter or power cord are damaged. If the balance, the AC adapter or
any of the cables are damaged, disconnect the equipment from the power supply and secure it so that it cannot be
turned on.
Chemicals (e.g. gases or liquids) that can corrode and damage the inside or outside of the balance, AC adapter, power cable or
peripherals must be kept away from the equipment.
Do not operate the balance unless the housing and the display are undamaged and the housing is closed so that
inadvertent contact with parts inside the equipment is not possible. Make sure that no liquids penetrate the balance
and do not allow conductive parts to touch the balance.
Note on Installation:
The operator shall be solely responsible for any modifications to the equipment
and for connecting any cables or equipment not supplied by Sartorius.
Information on operational quality is available upon request from Sartorius.
You should only use peripherals and options supplied by Sartorius.
Protection Class of the Balance Housing
– Models with a readability of >10 mg: These models fulfill the requirements of protection class IP54.
The IP protection only applies to the balance housing and not to the AC adapter.
– The IP protection is only guaranteed when the weighing pan is mounted.
– The IP protection is restricted if the data interfaces are used.
Retain the cover cap for the data output. When the data output is not in use, reapply the cover cap to protect it
against vapors, moisture, and dust or dirt.
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Safety Instructions
Note on cable quality:
CE conformity is only guaranteed with well shielded cables.
The shielding braid of the cable must be made of metal with at least 80% coverage and also covered with metal foil
as much as possible.
The shielding on both sides on the full metal or metalized connector casing, as well as on the casing inlet, must be
high-frequency compliant and have a flat design.
You can only turn off power to the device by pulling the plug or disconnecting the power cord, or by unscrewing the fourpin plug at the DC supply cable for the balance.
Only use a lightly-moistened cloth for cleaning. See “Care and Maintenance" for cleaning the device. Do not
compromise the IP protection of the balance.
Do not open the balance housing. If the seal is broken, this will result in forfeiture of all claims under the
manufacturer’s warranty. The device may only be opened by specialized personnel trained by Sartorius.
Disconnect the balance from the wall outlet prior to moving the device.
Avoid condensation damage to the device. When the balance is turned on,
condensation build-up is not possible. If the device is moved from a cool environment to a warm environment, you
must allow the device to acclimatize for approx. 2 hours before connecting to the power supply.
Hazards at the Place of Installation and During Operation
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Avoid generating static electricity and establish potential equalization. A 10 kOhm ground is used when connecting
the balance to the power supply.
Disconnecting the ground conductor is not permitted.
Models with a separate electronics module (e. g. MSE6.6/3.6/2.7 225S/P and 125P): Do not replace the electronics
module.
Replacing with, e. g. models of the ME/SE series will damage the device.
Exercise caution to avoid glass breakage.
There is a danger of lacerations or cuts caused by sharp edges on glass or metal (contact springs), particularly when
removing or replacing the glass draft shield panels; during cleaning; if a glass sample container breaks, or when
modifying the balance hardware configuration.
Make sure all equipment operators have received proper instructions when working with hazardous or toxic materials.
Failure to follow correct handling procedures can result in breakage of parts or spillage of liquids or other substances.
Make sure the necessary protective clothing or equipment is worn, such as protective gloves, clothing, eyewear. All safety
regulations applicable in the laboratory must be observed.
Exercise caution to avoid squeezing or crushing fingers when
– Operating the electronic draft shield
– Removing or installing the panels
– Adjusting the display
Do not expose the device to aggressive chemical vapors or to unnecessarily extreme temperatures, moisture, shocks,
or vibration.
The device should be setup in areas away from equipment or devices that have strong magnetic properties.
Extreme electromagnetic fields from electrical lines should also be avoided.
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Safety Instructions
Intended Use
Cubis models are high-resolution balances. They were specially
developed for exact determination of material mass in liquid,
paste, powder or solid form.
Cubis models are designed specially for use in research,
education and day-to-day laboratory tasks in science and
industry.
Appropriate containers must be used for each type of sample
material.
Specific models cover specific weighing ranges: see
“Specifications."
They are designed to be used exclusively indoors.
Cubis models can be operated as standalone, connected to a
PC, or on a network.
General View of the Equipment and Equipment Supplied
Balances with a readability of ) 1 μg
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Pos. Description
Pos. Description
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Weighing pan
Filter weighing pan 50 mm
Internal draft shield (for MSx2.7S-F only)
Optional weighing pan 75 mm
Shield disk
Optional filter weighing pan 90 mm
Shield plate
Level indicator
Leveling foot
MSE2.7.. model: bush
Draft shield cover
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Female connector for weigh cell
DC jack
Display and control unit
Serial communications port (PERIPHERALS)
Slot for optional interfaces, e. g. 9-pin data output or Bluetooth.
PS2 socket has no function.
Lug for attaching antitheft locking device
Equipotential bonding conductor terminal
Equipotential bonding conductor terminal
Draft shield
Not shown: AC adapter, USB cable
General View of the Equipment and Equipment Supplied
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Analytical and precision balances with a weighing range of up to 15 kg
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Item Description
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General View of the Equipment
and Equipment Supplied
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Upper sliding draft shield panel/Handle
Back panel
Weighing pan
Pan support (not for MSx225.../MSx125... models)
Shield plate
Pan retainer
Right sliding panel/Handle
Leveling foot
Display
Display and control unit
Draft shield/Shield disk (only for models with a readability of
1 mg and 10 mg)
Below-cell weighing port
(on the bottom of the balance)
Leveling foot
Level indicator
Power socket
Slot for attaching an
anti-theft locking device
USB socket for a PC connection
Below-cell weighing hook
Slot for optional interfaces,
e.g., 9-pin data output (as shown) or Bluetooth.
PS2 socket has no function.
Communication port (PERIPHERALS) for accessories
Menu access switch
Left sliding panel/handle
Ethernet Interface
(on the bottom of the display and control unit)
Semi-microbalances: Female connector for weigh cell
Semi-microbalances: Electronics module
(for MSx225.../MSx125... models)
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AC adapter
USB cable
Operating instructions
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General View of the Equipment and Equipment Supplied
Equipment Supplied and General View of the Equipment
Balances with a weighing range of 20 kg or more
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Pos. Bezeichnung
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DC jack
Leveling foot
Level indicator
Serial communications port (PERIPHERALS)
USB interface for PC connection
Display and control unit
Weighing pan
Not shown: AC adapter, USB cable
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Unpacking the Equipment
t Open the packaging at the top.
t Use both hands to lift the balance, with the packaging, out of the cardboard
box.
t Place the packaging with the balance on the floor.
t Remove the top part of the packaging.
Installation Instructions
t Select the proper setup location:
– Set up the device on a stable, even surface that is not exposed to vibrations
(e.g. weighing stone).
– Place the device in a location with enough free space around it so that
excessive heat cannot build up.
– Maintain free access to the device at all times.
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Choose a location that is not subject to the following negative influences:
Heat (heater or direct sunlight)
Drafts from open windows, AC systems and doors
Extreme vibrations during weighing
Excessive moisture
Acclimatization
Condensation from humidity can form on the surfaces of a cold device when it is
brought into a substantially warmer area.
To avoid the effects of condensation, condition the balance for about two hours at
room temperature, leaving it unplugged from the power supply.
Carefully read all warnings and safety precautions in the respective section of this
manual.
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Getting Started
Balance with Draft Shield
t Remove the packages (containing draft shield panels, weighing pan, pan
support, AC adapter, etc.) from the lower packaging and place them to one
side.
t Use both hands to lift the balance out of the packaging.
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Exercise caution to avoid glass breakage.
Never lift the equipment by the draft shield panels to remove it from the
packaging.
t Place the balance on an even surface.
Balance with No Draft Shield
t Use both hands to remove the model without a draft shield from the
packaging.
t Remove the AC adapter and the balance parts from the packaging.
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Getting Started
Assembly
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Installing the Analytical Draft Shield Labeled DA, DI, and DU
Assembling the Balance
t Fit parts onto the balance as shown in the picture.
1. Shield plate
2. Pan support (not for MSx225.../MSx125... models)
3. Weighing pan
t Slide the upper draft shield panel into the guide rails from the rear.
t Slide the left and right draft shield panels into the guide rails from the rear.
Make sure the panels are within the upper and lower guide rails.
t Slide the panels in until they engage.
1. Right draft shield panel
2. Left draft shield panel
y This completes the balance assembly.
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Getting Started
Installing the Draft Shield Labeled DE for Milligram Balances
Assembling the Balance
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t Fit parts onto the balance as shown in the picture.
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1. Shield plate
2. Pan support
3. Weighing pan
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Assembly of Milligram Balances without Glass Draft Shield (DR Option):
Balance Assembly
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Fit all components listed below onto the balance in the order given:
Pan support (see also next section)
Shield plate
Weighing pan
Draft shield frame
t First insert the shield plate.
t Make sure the pin on the pan support is facing toward the front, and slide it
under the clip on the pan retainer.
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1. Insert the pan support.
t After inserting the pan support, press it down against the shield plate so that it
lies flat.
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Exercise caution to avoid pinching or crushing fingers.
2. Press down the pan support.
t Place the weighing pan on the pan support.
3. Weighing pan
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Getting Started
t Slide the upper draft shield panel into the guide rails from the rear while
pressing the locking tab.
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t Slide the side draft shield panel into the guide rails from the rear while pressing
the locking tab.
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y This completes the balance assembly.
t Remove the panel again if necessary
1. Press on the locking tab.
2. Remove the panel again if necessary
t Place the panel in the storage slot at the back of the balance.
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Assembly for Precision Balances without Draft Shield with a Weighing Range
up to 15 kg
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t Fit parts onto the balance as shown in the picture.
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1. Pan support
2. Shield plate/Draft shield
3. Weighing pan
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t Place the pan support diagonally and press down lightly.
1. Pan support
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Getting Started
t Carefully turn the pan support clockwise until the two buttons engage.
The pan support is now attached.
t 2. Insert the shield plate/draft shield.
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t 3. Place the weighing pan on the pan support.
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y This completes the balance assembly.
Models with a Weighing Range from 20 kg Upwards:
t Place the weighing pan on the balance.
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Getting Started
MSE225…, MSx125:
Connecting the Weigh Cell to the Electronics Module/Evaluation Unit
t Connect the weigh cell and electronics module using the connection cable.
Make sure that the connectors click into place so that both ends are securely
connected.
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MSE6.6S/3.6P/2.7S:
Please check the plug contacts to ensure a proper connection.
There should be no tension on the connection cable.
We therefore recommend placing the device close to the wall.
t Connecting the Weigh Cell to the Evaluation Unit
Make sure that the connectors click into place so that the connection is secure.
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MSE6.6S/3.6P/2.7S:
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Models with a separate electronics module (e.g. MSE6.6/3.6/2.7),
MSE225S/P and MSE125P: Do not replace the electronics module.
Replacing them with models from the ME/SE series, for example, can
damage the device.
Microbalances (Models MSE6.6S/3.6P/2.7S):
Placing Components on the Weigh Cell
t Install the following parts in the order listed:
1. MSE2,7S models: bush
2. Shield plate
3. Weighing pan
Note: After inserting the weighing pan, turn it slightly to the left and right,
while pressing it down lightly.
4. Internal draft shield (for MSE2.7S only)
5. Draft shield: Center the hole over the pan (see arrows)
MSE6.6S-F/2.7S-F:
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Filter Balances (Models MSE6.6S-F/2.7S-F):
Placing Components on the Weigh Cell
Place the components listed below inside the weigh cell in the order given:
MSE2,7S-F models: female connector
Shield plate
Internal draft shield
Filter weighing pan 50 mm or weighing pan
(optional filter weighing pan 75 mm or 90 mm)
Note: After inserting the pan, turn it slightly to the left and right,
while pressing it down lightly.
Draft shield cover
! Tip: Turn the balance off and then on again after replacing the pan during
operation.
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Getting Started
Setting up a filter weighing pan for left-handed users:
t Remove the draft shield cover
t Unscrew the pin and move from the right to the left side
t Turn draft shield parts approx. 90 degrees to the left (loosen knurled screw)
Power Connection
t Check the voltage rating and plug design.
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Make sure that the voltage rating printed on the manufacturer’s ID label is
identical to that of your local line voltage.
If the stated supply voltage or the plug design of the power cord does not
comply with your country’s standard, please inform the nearest Sartorius
representative or your dealer.
The power connection must be made in accordance with the regulations
applicable in your country.
In order to connect the equipment to the power supply (protection class 1), use
a suitable, correctly installed wall outlet with a protective grounding conductor
(PE) and a fuse of a maximum 16 A.
If a main feeder from the ceiling is required or if installation of a CEE plug is
necessary, these must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
Only use original Sartorius AC adapters.
Getting Started
Transporting the Balance
Transporting the Device over Short Distances
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Exercise caution to avoid glass breakage.
Never lift and carry the balance by its draft shield.
t Carry as shown in the illustration.
or
t Carry as shown in the illustration.
Storage and Shipping Conditions
– Permitted storage and shipping temperature: -10 to +60 °C
– Unpacked devices can lose their precision if subject to extreme vibrations.
– Excessive vibrations may compromise the safety of the equipment.
Save the packaging for any future storage or shipment of the balance.
Only the original packaging provides optimum protection for the equipment.
– Follow all warnings and safety precautions.
– Follow the instructions in the chapter: “Transporting the Balance."
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Getting Started
Analytical and precision balances:
1. Plug the DC supply cable of the AC adapter into the power socket of the
balance and tighten the threaded fitting.
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Balances with a readability of ) 0.01 mg
1. Plug the DC supply cable of the AC adapter into the power socket of the
electronics module and tighten the threaded fitting.
2. Plug the other end of the power cord into the AC adapter.
3. Insert the AC adapter power plug into the wall outlet.
y The balance is now ready to use.
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Safety Precautions
The output line of the adapter has a terminal (GND) connected to the metal
housing of the balance. The data port is also galvanically linked to the balance
housing (GND).
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Getting Started
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Leveling the Balance, Setting the Level Indicator
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Leveling the balance compensates for slant or unevenness at the place
of installation. The balance must be perfectly horizontal to ensure
consistent, reproducible weighing results. All models are equipped with
an electronic tilt angle detection feature. If the balance is not level,
a warning symbol
is shown on the display. Push-button automatic
leveling is available on models with motorized leveling feet. For models
with manual leveling feet, please follow the instructions on the display:
see “Leveling the Balance with the Inclination Sensor."
Leveling the Balance Manually
t The balance is leveled using both front leveling feet.
t Screw in both back leveling feet (only for models with back leveling feet).
t Turn the two front feet as shown in the illustration until the air bubble is
centered within the circle of the level indicator.
y Normally, several leveling steps are required.
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t Screw out both back leveling feet until they touch the setup surface
(only for models with back leveling feet).
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Warm-up Time
y In order to deliver the precise results described in the Technical Specifications,
the balance must warm up for at least 30 minutes after initial connection to
the power supply. Only after this time will the device have reached the required
operating temperature.
When a verified balance used in legal metrology (legal-for-trade
applications) is connected to the power, it must warm up for at least
two hours before operation.
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Getting Started
Connecting Electronic Devices (Peripherals)
t Make absolutely sure that the device is unplugged from the power supply
before connecting/disconnecting any peripheral device (printer, scanner, PC) to
or from the data port.
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A device connected to the power supply should never be opened.
Anti-theft Locking Device (Accessory)
Balances with a readability of ) 0.01 mg
t An anti-theft locking device can be installed to the back of the balance if
required.
Balances with a readability of ) 1 μg
To fasten an antitheft locking device, use the lug located on the back of the weigh
cell.
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Getting Started
Modification Options
Setting Up the Display and Control Unit at the Place of Use
The display and control unit can be removed for all models to enable the operator
to customize the work space.
Removing the Retainer with the Display and Control Unit
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t Remove all items (such as weights) from the draft shield.
t Carefully remove all parts as shown in the illustration.
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1. Weighing pan
2. Pan support (not for MSE225… MSE125… models)
3. Shield plate/Draft shield
t Keep all parts in a safe place.
t Remove the panels (right and left).
Models with the analytical draft shield:
1. Press on the locking tab.
2. Remove the panel.
Models with the milligram draft shield:
1. Press on the locking tab.
2. Remove the panel.
t Keep all parts in a safe place.
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1
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Getting Started
t Remove the upper draft shield panel.
2
2
1
1
Models with the analytical draft shield
(left illustration).
1. Press on the locking tab.
2. Remove the panel.
Models with the milligram draft shield
(right figure):
1. Press on the locking tab.
2. Remove the panel.
t Keep all parts in a safe place.
t Turn over the balance and place it on a soft surface.
3
Exercise caution to avoid breaking the glass on models with a draft
shield.
t Use a 2.5 mm Allen wrench to remove the two screws from the display and
control unit retainer bracket.
t Remove the display and re-insert both screws back into their holes.
t Lengthen the cable and position the display and control unit as desired.
t Turn the balance over and place it on an even surface.
t
1.
2.
3.
3
2
1
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Carefully place all parts on the balance:
Shield plate/Draft shield
Pan support (not for MSE225… /MSE125… models)
Weighing pan
Getting Started
t
1.
2.
3.
1
Replace the upper and side shield panel.
Upper draft shield panel
Right draft shield panel
Left draft shield panel
t Level the balance.
3
h
2
R
Leveling the balance compensates for slant or unevenness at the place
of installation. The balance must be perfectly horizontal to ensure
consistent, reproducible weighing results. All models are equipped with
an electronic tilt angle detection feature.
If the balance is not level, a warning symbol is shown
on the display.
The display shows a graphical representation of a level indicator and text
prompts that guide the user through the leveling process: see “Leveling
the Balance with the Inclination Sensor."
t The balance is leveled using both front leveling feet.
L
t Screw in both back leveling feet (only for models with back leveling feet).
L
t Turn the two front feet as shown in the illustration until the air bubble is
centered within the circle of the level indicator.
y Normally, several leveling steps are required.
t Screw out both back leveling feet until they touch the setup surface
(only for models with back leveling feet).
R
Removing the Display and Control Unit from Precision Balances
without a Draft Shield and with a Weighing Range of up to 15 kg
1
2
t Carefully remove all parts as shown in the illustration.
3
1. Weighing pan
2. Shield plate/Draft shield
3. Pan support
t Keep all parts in a safe place.
t Turn over the balance and place it on a soft surface.
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Getting Started
t Remove the two retaining screws.
t Remove the display and re-insert both screws back into their holes.
t Carefully pull the cable connected between the display and control unit from
the retainer.
t Determine the required cable length.
t Return the balance to an upright position and fit the parts onto the balance.
3
1. Attach the pan support.
2
2. Shield disk (only for models with a readability of 10 mg)
1
3. Weighing pan
t Level the balance.
Removing the Display and Control Unit from Models with a Weighing Range
of 20 kg or more
3
t
t
t
t
y
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Remove the weighing pan before unscrewing the control unit so that
the weighing pan does not fall and cause injury.
Turn over the balance so that the pan side is facing down.
Remove the two fixing screws using a screwdriver.
Remove the control unit and re-insert both screws into their holes.
Carefully remove the connection cable from its holder.
Long connection cables should only be installed by a Sartorius technician.
Getting Started
Semi-microbalances: Attaching the Display and Control Unit to the Electronics
Module (MSE225..., MSE125... models)
The display and control unit can also be attached to the electronics module if
required for operation.
t Turn over the balance and place it on a soft surface.
Remove the connection cable from the cable channel:
t Remove two screws from beneath the weigh cell and detach the plate.
t Remove the connection cable plug.
t Then reattach the plate to the slot.
t Remove the display and control unit from the weigh cell:
Remove two retaining screws.
t Remove the display and control unit.
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Getting Started
t Attach the display and control unit to the electronics module:
Reattach the two retaining screws.
Open the slot for the connection cable on the electronics module:
t Remove the screws from beneath the electronics module and detach the plate.
Connect the display and control unit to the electronics module:
t Plug in the connection cable.
t Then reattach the plate to the slot.
t Slide the cable that sticks out into the cable channel.
Preparing Below-Cell Weighing
Balances with a readability of * 0,01 mg:
A port for a below-cell weighing hook is located on the bottom of the balance.
1
Analysis and Precision Balances with a Weighing Range up to 15 kg:
1. Remove the hook for below-cell weighing from the clip on the bottom of the
balance.
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Getting Started
2. Push the cover of the below-cell weighing port to one side.
2
3. Carefully screw on the below-cell weighing hook.
3
Do not screw it in too tightly, as this could damage the thread
or the balance.
h
Install a draft protection shield.
t Attach the sample (e.g., using a suspension wire) to the hook.
3
4. When weighing has been completed, unscrew the hook and return it to the clip.
t Close the cover of the below-cell weighing port.
Balances with a readability of ) 1 μg
t Remove both screws from beneath the weigh cell and detach the cover plate.
t Attach a wire, for example, to the sample and hang it on the notched hook.
h
Install a draft protection shield.
Balances with a Weighing Range of 20 kg or more:
t Use a suitable screwdriver to unscrew the cover plate from the bottom of the
balance.
t Request the hook directly from Sartorius. The hook is available as an accessory.
h
Install a draft protection shield.
The below-cell weighing port may not be opened or used on balances
used for legal metrology.
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Getting Started
Using the Cable Opening of the
Manual Analytical Balance Draft Shield
Models with a manual analytical draft shield have an opening for passing a cable
(for example, for a temperature sensor) through to the interior of the weighing
chamber.
1. Lift the locking tab on the rear panel of the analytical draft shield.
2. Lift the panel out of the draft shield.
t Turn the panel clockwise 180° so that the opening is at the bottom.
t Install the desired sensor.
t Insert the panel in the guide rail.
t Lift the locking tab and gently press the panel into position.
t Press the locking tab down and close it.
t You can now begin weighing.
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Operation
Operation
22
1
21
2
3
20
19
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
17
16
15
10
11
12
14
13
Overview of Display and Control Panel
Position Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
Weight units
Calculated-value indicator: not a weight value
Tare
symbol flashes: Balance is not level, leveling
is required; n: open/close draft shield using key
*; m: ionizer active
Symbol for “Printing mode active"
Symbol for “GLP printing mode active"
Symbol for “Application program active"
Data output: Press this key to send readout values
to the built-in data interfaces.
Level balance, open/close draft shield or turn on/
off ionizer
Start an application program
Select an application program | Access the menu
Symbols for an active application
(Z, L, V, +, /, u, o)
Position Description
14
15
16
18
20
21
22
Clear Function
This key is generally used to cancel functions:
– Quit application program
– Cancel calibration/adjustment routine |
Exit the menu
– GLP-compliant printout
Start the calibration process
On/off Key
Display: “isoCAL:" Calibration/adjustment function
Symbols for zero range (verified models only)
Metrological Data
Weight value displayed in selected weight unit
19
19
17
7
7
Symbol:
WW Exit the menu
W
Select previous menu level
T
Select menu item
X
Select next item in current menu level
¿
Confirm menu item
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Operation
Basic Weighing Function
–
–
Features
Tare the balance
Print weight value
Using a verified balance in legal metrology:
The Type-Approval Certificate for verified balances is only valid for non-automatic
weighing instruments.
For automatic operation with or without additional, integrated equipment, please
follow the applicable national regulations for the installation location.
§ Before use in legal metrology, the balance should be adjusted via the internal
motorized calibration weight at the installation location:
see the “Calibration and Adjustment" section in this chapter.
$ The temperature range (°C) listed on the ID label should not be exceeded during
operation.
Example:
MSX
K
+10/+30°C
+5°C/+40°C isoCAL
Preparation
§ Turn balance on: Press the A key
§ Level the balance if required
§ Tare the balance if necessary: Press the J key
$ If necessary, change the configuration settings: see “Configuration"
$ If desired, load the factory settings: see “Configuration"
Additional functions:
$ Turn balance off: Press the A key
Quick Guide: First Weighing
Step
1. Turn balance on
Self-test runs.
Then the balance performs an automatic initial tare.
Press key
A
2. Place container on weighing pan (in this example : 11.5 g).
Close the draft shield (if available).
3. Tare the balance
The balance is tared and the displayed value is zero.
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0.0 g
+
J
4. If required, open the draft shield and carefully place the sample in
the container on the weighing pan - in this example : 132 g.
Close the draft shield (if available). You can read the measured value
as soon as the weight value stops changing and the unit is displayed.
5. Print weight value
Display/Printout
0.0 g
+
P
11.5 g
N
132.0 g
+
132.0 g
Operation
Level the Balance (Q-Level)
It is essential for exact weighing results that the balance is absolutely level. The
front leveling feet can be used to level out small tilts in the floor. An integrated
sensor detects the alignment of the balance and triggers a warning message when
leveling is required. When “ " flashes on the display, you must level the balance.
Leveling with the inclination sensor:
Step
1.
Press key
Display
flashes on the display:
flashes
Start leveling.
2. Fully screw in both back leveling feet
(depends on the model) and confirm.
*
SCREW IN
*
TURN
3. Directional arrow on the right of TURN:
Turn right leveling foot.
Directional arrow on the left of TURN:
Turn left leveling foot.
Directional arrow
Directional arrow
TURN
TURN
: Turn the respective leveling
foot to the right until the
directional arrow disappears.
: Turn the respective leveling
foot to the left until the
directional arrow disappears.
4. Screw out both back leveling feet
(depends on the model) until they
touch the setup surface.
SCREW OUT
*
Leveling the balance with motorized leveling feet (optional):
t To start the leveling function, press the * key.
0.0g
flashes
AUT.LEV
y You can continue when the balance displays a weight value.
3
Each time the balance is leveled, the balance must be calibrated/adjusted
(see Calibrating/Adjusting the Balance).
Turning the ionizer on/off (optional)
Purpose: The electrostatically charged weighing sample is neutralized as much as
possible in the air flow of the ionizer.
If your balance is equipped with an ionizer module, you can use the * key to
turn the ionizer on/off.
Preparation
t Set the intensity of the ionization in the menu.
Menu setting: extras: device: ionisat.: *Off, Soft intensity, Normal
intensity or Strong intensity
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Operation
Opening and closing the motorized draft shield (optional)
*
If your balance is equipped with a motorized draft shield, you can use the * key
to open and close the draft shield doors.
Models with the analytical draft shield:
The * key can be set, for example, so that it opens and closes the right and
top door (for right-handed people). The opening width (entirely or partially) of the
sliding panels can also be defined. You can configure these settings manually on
the draft shield itself (see next section “Learning Function" below).
Assigning Opening Functions to the * Key (Learning Function)
The balance must be turned on.
t Close all draft shield doors.
t Manually operate the door you want to assign to the * key: Push the right
door open as far as you want it to opened (entirely or partially).
t Press the * key.
y The door will close again. Now you have configured the * key so that, when
pressed, it opens or closes the right door.
t Proceed in the same way to configure the left door.
h
Using the same method, you can assign the upper door to this key. You can also
configure one key to move both doors by manually opening both doors during
setup before pressing the * key.
Models with a rotation draft shield (MSx6.6S/3.6P/2.7S):
t Set the opening width: manually select the desired opening angle
t 1) Open to the previously selected opening angle:
Press the * key
2) Close: Press the * key
0°
100°
260°
180°
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Operation
Calibration and Adjustment
Purpose
Adjustment is the correction of the difference between the measured value
displayed and the true weight of a sample, or the reduction of the difference to an
allowable level within maximum permissible error limits.
Using a verified balance in legal metrology:
Before use in legal metrology, the “internal calibration" function should be carried
out at the installation location.
Features
The adjustment procedure should only be started when
– The balance is unloaded
– The balance is tared
– The weighing signal is stable
–
–
–
The sensitivity of the balance can be corrected a max. of 2%.
Adjustment with a Sartorius density determination kit YDK… is possible.
Balances with motorized leveling feet are leveled automatically prior to each
new calibration/adjustment (menu setting: device: extras: level: auto.)
If these settings are not made, the error message “Err 02" appears.
Adjustment can be made using different weight units:
CAL.UNIT - grams, Kilogr (not for verified models)
–
You can also configure the mass comparator to perform calibration/adjustment
automatically (isoCAL), when the preset time or temperature limit has been
exceeded.
External calibration for verified balances of accuracy class K
–
When the balance is used in legal metrology, external calibration is blocked
as follows:
–
The menu access switch is locked
–
The menu access switch cap is sealed
To block calibration/adjustment:
– Select Cal./Adj. - Blocked
– Close the menu access switch on the back of the balance
Calibration and adjustment results can be printed in an ISO/GLP-compliant
printout: settings and printout templates are listed starting on page 62.
Application parameters are deleted after calibration/adjustment.
Internal Calibration
In the operating menu, select Cal./Adj. -Cal.Int..
The balance housing has a built-in motorized calibration weight.
§ Select Calibration/Adjustment: Press the C key
> The internal calibration weight is loaded automatically
> The balance is adjusted
> The internal calibration weight is removed
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Operation
isoCAL*: automatic calibration and adjustment
In the operating menu, select isocal-on.
The balance will automatically display a flashing “isoCAL" character whenever the
ambient temperature has changed since the last calibration|adjustment or a time
interval has been exceeded.
The balance wants to perform an automatic adjustment.
The automatic internal calibration and adjustment prompt is activated when the
following conditions have been met
– Temperature change or time interval is higher than listed in the table below
– The load has not changed within the last 2 minutes
– The balance has not been operated within the last 2 minutes
– The load may not exceed 2% of the maximum capacity.
The following appears when the requirements are met
1. The “isoCal" symbol flashes
2. CAL.INT. appears in the measured value line
In the Setup menu, you can configure the balance so that it displays an adjustment
prompt, but does not perform the calibration and adjustment functions
automatically. (menu item NOTE).
isoCAL is turned off on verified models:
the balance can only be used for legal-for-trade applications within a limited
temperature range.
– Balance of accuracy class k: +15°C to +25°C
– Balance of accuracy class : +10°C to +30°C
The fully automatic adjustment function is triggered by the following criteria:
Model
MSE6.6…, MSE3.6P, MSE2.7…, MSE225S,
MSE225P, MSE125P, MSE324S,
MSE224S, MSE324P, MSE124S, MSE3203P,
MSE2203S, MSE2203P, MSE1203P
When the
temperature
changes by
After
a time
interval of
1.5 °C
4h
MSE623S, MSE623P, MSE323S, MSE10202S,
MSE8202S, MSE6202P, MSE4202S,
MSE70201S, MSE36201S, MSE36201P,
MSE20201S, MSE70200S, MSE36200S
2 °C
6h
MSE2202S, MSE1202P
4 °C
12 h
MSE8201S, MSE5201S
4 °C
24 h
These criteria are also set on the corresponding verified models (models
MSE…-0CE).
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Operation
Internal Calibration/Adjustment
External Calibration
Configuration:
SETUP - Bal.Scal- CAL./ADJ. - Cal.Int.
Configuration:
SETUP - Bal.Scal- CAL./ADJ. - Cal.Ext.
The balance has a factory-set calibration weight value (see
“Specifications”).
The balance housing has a built-in calibration/adjustment
weight.
Step
Key
§ Select Calibration/Adjustment: (CAL) key
>
>
>
>
The internal calibration weight is automatically loaded
The balance is calibrated
When the setup is configured to “Calibration and
adjustment in one,” the balance will be adjusted
automatically
The internal calibration weight is removed
Performing Calibration and Adjustment Routines
The following settings can be configured:
– Always perform calibration and adjustment in one
routine (factory setting)
– After calibration, the user has the option to quit the
routine without correction or to adjust the balance
If no deviations are found during calibration, the calibration/
adjustment routine can be exited after the calibration is
completed.
Two keys are now active:
–
–
The (CAL) key for initiating the adjustment routine
The (CF) key for exiting the routine
Step
Key
Display/
Printout
J
0.0 g
2. Start the calibration process C
CAL.Int.
1. Tare the balance
Display/
Printout
J
1. Tare the balance
2. Start the calibration process C
0.0 g
CAL.ext.
Once you store the zero
point, the display prompts
for the required calibration
weight (flashing display).
- 5000.0 g
3. Place displayed calibration
weight on balance (in this
example: 5000 g).
Weight too low:
a minus sign “-" is shown
Weight too high:
a plus sign “+" is shown
5000.0 g
The display stops flashing
as soon as the weight value
is within the defined limit.
4. Calibration/Adjustment
executed; then the calibration
weight value is displayed
Cal.end
+ 5000.0 g
5. Remove calibration weight
Internal weight is
applied automatically
3. Calibration/Adjustment
executed
4. The internal weight is
removed
0.0 g
CAL.RUN.
CAL.end
0.0 g
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Configuration (Operating Menu)
Configuration (Operating Menu)
You can configure the balance; i.e., adapt it to individual requirements.
Functions of the Keys in the Menu:
Symbol displayed Key
Function
T
S
Scroll through menu items
X
V
Select next item on current menu level
(use right cursor to scroll through up to
4 menu levels)
¿
V
Confirm menu item
F (Press
and hold)
Save settings and exit menu from
any position
WW
F
Save settings and exit menu
W
F
Select previous menu level (left cursor)
2.
3.
1.
1
Indicates menu level
Menu Navigation
Example: Setting the Language
Step
Press key
Display/Printout
1. Open the menu:
Display the 1st menu item
in the weighing mode
S Hold
Applic.
2. Scroll upward within the
menu level;
After the last menu code, the first
code is displayed again (scroll)
Press repeatedly
S
Input
...
3. Select next menu level
(scrolls to the right)
Press repeatedly
V
english
5. Change setting:
Select the menu item by
scrolling up
S
English
6. Confirm setting;
“o” indicates the menu item
you have set
V
English
7. Go back to the previous menu
level (from menu level 4)
F
Language
language
$ If required, select further menu items S, V
8. Save setting
and exit the menu
>
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Restart your application
Press repeatedly
F
0.0 g
o
o
Configuration (Operating Menu)
Menu Structure (Overview)
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Info about Menu Level
1) Setup
Bal.Scal.
Balance parameters
Ambientconditions
App.Filt. Application filter
Stab.Rng. Stability range
STABILDLY. Stability delay
Tare 1)
AutoZer. Auto zero
Wt.Unit Basic weight unit
DISP.DIG. Display accuracy 1)
Cal./ADJ. Function of the C key
Cal.routine
Zero rng. Zero range
INIT.ZERO Zero at Power On
ON TARE Tare/zero at Power On
CYC.rate Output rate
ISOCAL Autom. calibration/adjustment
EXT.Cal. External adjustment
Cal.Unit Weight unit for calibration 1)
1. 1. 1.
1. 1. 2.
1. 1. 3.
1. 1. 4.
1. 1. 5.
1. 1. 6.
1. 1. 7.
1. 1. 8.
1. 1. 9.
1. 1. 10.
1. 1. 11.
1. 1. 12.
1. 1. 13.
1. 1. 14.
1. 1. 15.
1. 1. 16.
1. 1. 17.
GEN.SERV. General Service
MEN.RESET Factory settings
1. 9. 1.
extras
(Additional functions)
Menu Menu read only/can edit
Signal Acoustic Signal
Keys (Keypad)
Ext.Key External switch function
On Mode Power-on mode
DR.SHIELD
RE.DR.SH Resolution, draft shield open
IONIZER
LEVEL
LEVELING
2. 1. 1.
2. 1. 2.
2. 1. 3.
2. 1. 4.
2. 1. 6.
2. 1. 9.
2. 1. 10.
2. 1. 11.
2. 1. 12.
2. 1. 13.
PERIPHER.
(25-pin “Peripherals” interface)
DAT.REC. Communication mode
Baudrate
parity Parity
Stopbit Number of stop bits
Handshk. Handshake mode
Databit Number of data bits
2. 2. 1./2. 3. 1.
2. 2. 2./2. 3. 2.
2. 2. 3./2. 3. 3.
2. 2. 4./2. 3. 4.
2. 2. 5./2. 3. 5.
2. 2. 6./2. 3. 6.
COM.SBI
(PC communication)
Communications output
Stop automatic output
Aut.Cycl. Time-dependent automatic data output
Format (Line format)
Auto.Tare Autom. taring after data output
3. 1. 1.
3. 1. 2.
3. 1. 3.
3. 1. 4.
3. 1. 5.
PRINT.PARA for printing
RES.olution (manual/automatic)
Format Line format for printout
Prt.Init. Printout of appl. parameters
GLP ISO/GLP-compliant printout
tar./prt. Tare bal./scale after ind. print
time: 12h/24h
date format
3. 2. 1.
3. 2. 2.
3. 2. 3.
3. 2. 4.
3. 2. 5.
3. 2. 6.
3. 2. 7.
resolut.
Ref.Updt.Automatic Reference updating
Dec.Plcs Decimal places
Comp.Prt. Printout of components
Comp.Prt. Printout of components
Activty. Animal activity
start
Method (Operator)
Dec.Plcs Decimal places
Dec.Plcs Decimal places
4. 1.
4. 2.
4. 3. 1.
4. 3. 2.
4. 4. 1.
4. 5. 1.
4. 6. 1.
4. 7. 1.
4. 7. 2.
4. 8. 1.
4. 8. 2.
4. 9. 1.
2) DEVICE
pc-usb (USB port “PC”)
3) DATA OUT
(data output
4) Applic. Application programs
Weigh
Unit Toggle
Counting
percentweighing
net.tot. Net total
Total Totalizing
AnimalW. Animal weighing
Calc. Calculation
Density determination
5) Input Input
ID. ID input; max. 7 characters
Date Set date
Time Set time
password Password entry (for Service)
Cal.wt.. Enter weight value
6) InFoInformation
Version, Ser. nr. , model,
lobs, kdc vers, DR.Shield, if OPT.MOD
7) Language
(Language)
English (factory setting)
Deutsch (German)
franc.çais (French)
ital.iano (Italian)
Espanol (Spanish)
(Russian)
Polski (Polish)
8) opt.MOD (optional interface)
1)
5. 1.
5. 2.
5. 3.
5. 4.
5. 5.
Display software version, serial no., model
6. 1. to 6. 6.
7. 1.
7. 2.
7. 3.
7. 4.
7. 5.
7. 6.
7. 7.
8. 1. to 8. 6.
Not available on balances verified for use in legal metrology
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Configuration (Operating Menu)
Parameter Settings: Overview
k = Factory setting 3 = User-defined setting
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
1) Setup
BAL.SCAL.
Balance
parameters
AMBIENT conditions (adapt filter)
k
App.Filt. Application filter
k
Stab.Rng. Stability range
k
ST.DEL. Delay
k
Info about
Menu Level
V.Stable Very stable
STABLE
UNSTABL
V.UNSTBL. Very unstable
1. 1. 1. 1
1. 1. 1. 2
1. 1. 1. 3
1. 1. 1. 4
FINAL.RD. Final readout mode
Filling Filling mode
REDUC. Reduced
OFF
1. 1. 2. 1
1. 1. 2. 2
1. 1. 2. 3
1. 1. 2. 4
Max. ACC. Maximum accuracy
V.ACC.
ACC.
FAST
V.FAST.
Max.FAST1)
1. 1. 3. 1
1. 1. 3. 2
1. 1. 3. 3
1. 1. 3. 4
1. 1. 3. 5
1. 1. 3. 6
No
Short
AVERG.
LONG
1. 1. 4. 1
1. 1. 4. 2
1. 1. 4. 3
1. 1. 4. 4
Tare 1)
WIOSTB.W/o stability
k WISTB.After stability
ATSTAB. At stability
1. 1. 5. 1
1. 1. 5. 2
1. 1. 5. 3
Aut.zero
Auto zero
Off
k on
1. 1. 6. 1
1. 1. 6. 2
WT.UNIT
Basic weight unit
For list of units, see
“Toggling Between Weight Units”
1. 1. 7. 1
to
1. 1. 7.24
DISP.DIG. 1)
Display accuracy
k All
lp.on.off (last digit after load change)
DIV.1 1 interval
Minus 1 Reduced by 1 digit
1. 1. 8. 1
1. 1. 8. 2
1. 1. 8. 6
1. 1. 8. 7
Cal./ADJ.
Function of C key
Cal.adj.ON
k
k
Zero rng. Zero range
k
EXT.CAL. External calibration with standard weight2)
1. 1. 9. 1
e.cal.usr. External calibr./adjustment with user-defined weight2) 1. 1. 9. 3
Cal.Int. Internal calibration
1. 1. 9. 4
Int.lin. Internal linearization (on analytical balances only)
1. 1. 9. 5
Set.Prel. Setting the Preload
1. 1. 9. 8
Del.Prel. Clearing the Preload
1. 1. 9. 9
blocked C Blocked
1. 1. 9.10
Select
1. 1. 9.12
set.ext.w. Determine ext. calibration weight for e.cal.usr.
1. 1. 9.17
Sequence adjustment
CAL.ADJ. Adjustment as needed
1. 1.10. 1
1. 1.10. 2
1 perc.ent
2 perc.ent
1. 1.11. 1
1. 1.11. 2
INIT.ZERO Zero at Power On
k
default Factory setting
2 perc.ent
1. 1.12. 1
1. 1.12. 2
On Tare Tare/zero at power on
k
ON
OFF
1. 1.13. 1
1. 1.13. 2
CYC.rate Output rate
k
normal
highvar.
slow
medium
fast
veryfast
maximum
1. 1.14. 1
1. 1.14. 2
1. 1.14. 3
1. 1.14. 4
1. 1.14. 5
1. 1.14. 6
1. 1.14. 7
Off
Note
On
To.w.linearization (for analytical balances only)
1. 1.15. 1
1. 1.15. 2
1. 1.15. 3
1. 1.15. 4
ISOcal Autom. calibration/adjustment
k
GEN.SERV.
General servicing
Level 4
EXT.Cal. External calibration 1)
k
Free
Locked (blocked)
1. 1.16. 1
1. 1.16. 2
cal.unit1)
for calibration weight
k
Gram
Kilogr. Kilograms
USERDEF. (factory setting: pound)
1. 1.17. 1
1. 1.17. 2
1. 1.17. 4
Yes Restore fcty. settings
no Do not restore settings
Standard 1)
Verifiable 1)
1. 9. 1. 1
1. 9. 1. 2
1. 9. 1. 3
1. 9. 1. 4
men.Reset Menu reset
(Factory Settings)
k
1)
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2)
Not available on balances verified for use in legal metrology
Not available on balances for use in legal metrology of accuracy class K
Configuration (Operating Menu)
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Info about Menu Level
2) device
extras
(Additional
functions)
menu
CAN EDIT
Rd. Only Read only
2. 1. 1. 1
2. 1. 1. 2
peripher
(25-pin “Peripherals”
interface)
Signal Acoustic Signal
off
k on
2. 1. 2. 1
2. 1. 2. 2
Keys (Keypad)
k Free
Locked
2. 1. 3. 1
2. 1. 3. 2
ext.key
External switch function
k Print key P
Z/Tara key J
cal. key C
cf key F
enter key V
DR.SHIELD
Ionizer
appl. key
Asterisk key *
2. 1. 4. 1
2. 1. 4. 2
2. 1. 4. 3
2. 1. 4. 5
2. 1. 4. 6
2. 1. 4. 9
2. 1. 4. 10
2. 1. 4. 11
2. 1. 4. 12
on mode
Power-on mode
k off/on/sb off/on/standby
off/on/so off/on/autom. shut-off
on/sb On/Standby
Auto On Auto on
2. 1. 6. 1
2. 1. 6. 2
2. 1. 6. 3
2. 1. 6. 4
DR.SHIELD
k Off
on/ion: Ionizer is turned on
when closing the draft shield
Cl/Co: Close AExecute command
Locked (blocked)
Locked (blocked)
2. 1. 9. 1
2. 1. 9. 2
2. 1. 9. 3
2. 1. 9. 4
2. 1. 9. 5
Res.dr.sh (Weight
resolution when door is open)
k All All decimal places
REDUC.ed
2. 1.10. 1
2. 1.10. 2
IONIZER
Intensity
k Off
Weak
Medium
Strong
2. 1.11. 1
2. 1.11. 2
2. 1.11. 3
2. 1.11. 4
Level
Off
k Note to
Err.msg. Error message
2. 1.12. 1
2. 1.12. 2
2. 1.12. 3
LEVELING
k key (manual start)
auto. Auto. before cali./adjustment
2. 1.13. 1
2. 1.13. 2
Dat.rec.
Operating mode
# SBI (ASCII) 1)
XBPI
Rem.displ.
Uni.print. Universal printer
k lab.print (parameters for YDP10 printer)
OFF
Periphery:/PC USB:
2. 2. 1. 1 / 2. 3. 1. 1
2. 2. 1. 2 / 2. 3. 1. 2
2. 2. 1. 4 / 2. 3. 1. 4
2. 2. 1. 7 / 2. 3. 1. 7
2. 2. 1. 8 / 2. 3. 1. 8
2. 2. 1.10 / 2. 3. 1.10
Baudrate
600
1200
2400
4800
k 9600
19200
38400
57600
115200
2. 2. 2. 3 / 2. 3. 2. 3
2. 2. 2. 4 / 2. 3. 2. 4
2. 2. 2. 5 / 2. 3. 2. 5
2. 2. 2. 6 / 2. 3. 2. 6
2. 2. 2. 7 / 2. 3. 2. 7
2. 2. 2. 8 / 2. 3. 2. 8
2. 2. 2. 9 / 2. 3. 2. 9
2. 2. 2.10 / 2. 3. 2.10
2. 2. 2.11 / 2. 3. 2.11
pc-usb
(USB port “PC”)
1)
Note concerning verified balances/scales as legal measuring instruments in the EU*: In the “SBI” setting, the non-verified display digit is not automatically
identified.
Please take the corresponding measures or adjust the settings on the peripheral device (see also “Interfaces”).
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39
Configuration (Operating Menu)
Level 2
Level 3
2) device
peripher
pc-usb
Parity
Parity
k Odd
Even
None
Periphery:/PC USB:
2. 2. 3. 3 / 2. 3. 3. 3
2. 2. 3. 4 / 2. 3. 3. 4
2. 2. 3. 5 / 2. 3. 3. 5
StopBit
Number of stop bits
k 1 Stop
2 bits
2. 2. 4. 1 / 2. 3. 4. 1
2. 2. 4. 2 / 2. 3. 4. 2
Handshk.
Handshake mode
Softw.are
k Hardw.are
# None
2. 2. 5. 1 / 2. 3. 5. 1
2. 2. 5. 2 / 2. 3. 5. 2
2. 2. 5. 3 / 2. 3. 5. 3
DataBit
Number of data bits
7 Bits
k 8 Bits
2. 2. 6. 1 / 2. 3. 6. 1
2. 2. 6. 2 / 2. 3. 6. 2
COM. Output
(manual/automatic)
k IN.WIO Stability
IN.AFTER Stability
IN.AT Stability
Auto.WIO Auto w/o stability
Aut.With Stability
3. 1. 1. 1
3. 1. 1. 2
3. 1. 1. 3
3. 1. 1. 4
3. 1. 1. 5
Stop
Auto output
k Off
on
3. 1. 2. 1
3. 1. 2. 2
Auto.CYCL.
Time-dependent automatic data output
k Every
2ndValue
3. 1. 3. 1
3. 1. 3. 2
Format (Line format)
16 chars (digit is not identified)
k 22 chars (digit is identified)
Extr.line (date, time and weight value)
3. 1. 4. 1
3. 1. 4. 2
3. 1. 4. 4
Auto.tare
Autom. taring after data output
k Off
on
3. 1. 5. 1
3. 1. 5. 2
RES.
(manual/autom.)
Manual without Stability
k man.after. Stability
man.at Stability
auto.lc (autom. at load change)
3. 2. 1. 1
3. 2. 1. 2
3. 2. 1. 3
3. 2. 1. 6
Format Line format
for printout
16 chars (digit is not identified)
k 22 chars (digit is identified)
Extr.line (date, time and weight value)
3. 2. 2. 1
3. 2. 2. 2
3. 2. 2. 4
Prt.Init. Printout of
application parameters
off
k all Parameters
mainpar. Main parameters
3. 2. 3. 1
3. 2. 3. 2
3. 2. 3. 3
GLP ISO/GLP-compliant printout
k Off
cal.adj. For calibration/adjustment only
Always on
3. 2. 4. 1
3. 2. 4. 2
3. 2. 4. 3
tar./prt.
Tare bal./scale after ind. print
k off
on
3. 2. 5. 1
3. 2. 5. 2
Time
k 24h display
12h display “AM/PM”
3. 2. 6. 1
3. 2. 6. 2
Date
k dd.mmm.yy format
mmm.dd.yy format
3. 2. 7. 1
3. 2. 7. 2
3) data out
(data
output)
comm.SBI
(computer
communication)
PRINT.PARA
for printing
# = Factory setting for “PC-USB” interface
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Cubis MSE Operating Instructions
Level 4
Info about
Menu Level
Level 1
Configuration (Operating Menu)
Level 1
Level 2
4) Applic.
Application
programs
WEIGH.
Unit Toggle
Info for
Menu level
Level 4
4. 1.
4. 2.
resolut.
k Disp.dig. Display accuracy
10 fold 10 times > disp.
100 fold 10 times > disp.
4. 3. 1. 1
4. 3. 1. 2
4. 3. 1. 3
Ref.Updt. Auto.
Reference updating
k off
autom.atically
4. 3. 2. 1
4. 3. 2. 2
percent
Weighing
in Percent
dec.plcs.
Decimal places
None No decimal places
k 1 dec.pl. 1 decimal place
2 Dec.Pl. 2 decimal places
3 Dec.Pl. 3 decimal places
4. 4. 1. 1
4. 4. 1. 2
4. 4. 1. 3
4. 4. 1. 4
net.tot.
Net-total
Formulation
Total
Totalizing
comp.prt.
Component printout
off
k On
4. 5. 1. 1
4. 5. 1. 2
comp.prt.
Component printout
off
k On
4. 6. 1. 1
4. 6. 1. 2
activty.
Animal activity
calm (fluct.: 2% of test obj.)
k active (fluct.: 5% of test obj.)
v.active (fluct.: 20% of test obj.)
4. 7. 1. 1
4. 7. 1. 2
4. 7. 1. 3
start
manual
k auto
4. 7. 2. 1
4. 7. 2. 2
Method (Operator)
k Mul. Multiplier
div. Divisor
4. 8. 1. 1
4. 8. 1. 2
Dec.plcs
Decimal places
none No decimal places
k 1 dec.pl. 1 decimal place
2 Dec.Pl. 2 decimal places
3 Dec.Pl. 3 decimal places
4. 8. 2. 1
4. 8. 2. 2
4. 8. 2. 3
4. 8. 2. 4
dec.plcs
Decimal places
none No decimal places
k 1 dec.pl. 1 decimal place
2 Dec.Pl. 2 decimal places
3 Dec.Pl. 3 decimal places
4. 9. 1. 1
4. 9. 1. 2
4. 9. 1. 3
4. 9. 1. 4
Counting
AnimalW.
Animal
Weighing
Calc.
Calculation
Density
determination
1)
Level 3
Not available on balances verified for use in legal metrology
Cubis MSE Operating Instructions
41
Configuration (Operating Menu)
Input: ID number, date and time
Info about
Menu Level
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
5) Input
Input
ID.
ID input, max. 7 characters
Possible characters: 0-9, A-Z,
dash|hyphen and space
5. 1.
DATE
Set date
5. 2.
Time
password
cal.wt.
Set time
Password entry (for Service)
Enter weight value
5. 3.
5. 4.
5. 5.
Depending on the setting of the “Print PRINT.PARA – DATE” menu item, the date
is displayed in the following format:
Format
Display: Date
DD.MMM.YY
MMM.DD.YY
Depending on the setting of the “Print PRINT.PARA – TIME” menu item, the time is
displayed in the following format:
Time
24h mode
12h mode
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Display: Time
Configuration (Operating Menu)
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Info about Menu Level
Device-specific information
6) InFo
Info
Ver. no.
Displays the software version
00-39-13
6. 1.
Ser. no.
Displays the serial number
(to toggle between the upper/lower part of the display:
press the S key)
Displays the model ID
(to toggle between the upper, middle and lower part of the display:
Press the S key)
Displays the software version
Displays the software version
Displays the software version
10801234
6. 2.
mse8201s
6. 3.
Rel.19.03
Rel.10.02
00-00-00
6.4.1.
6.6.1.
6.6.1.
Model
lobs
kDc vers
DR.SHIELD
Menu display: Selecting languages or codes
7) Language
(Language)
English (factory setting)
Deutsch (German)
franc.çais (French)
ital.iano (Italian)
Espanol (Spanish)
(Russian)
Polski (Polish)
7. 1.
7. 2.
7. 3.
7. 4.
7. 5.
7. 6.
7. 7.
Interface Options
8) opt.MOD:
9-pin or 25-pin interface
or
8) opt.MOD:
Bluetooth
Dat.rec.
Operating mode
SBI (ASCII) 1)
uni.print universal printer
k lab.print (: parameters for YDP10 printer)
OFF
8. 1. 1
8. 1. 7
8. 1. 8
8. 1.10
Baudrate
1200
2400
4800
k 9600
19200
38400
57600
115200
8. 2. 3
8. 2. 5
8. 2. 6
8. 2. 7
8. 2. 8
8. 2. 9
8. 2.10
8. 2.11
Parity
Parity
k Odd
Even
None
2. 3. 1
2. 3. 2
2. 3. 3
StopBit
Number of stop bits
k 1 Stop
2 Bits
2. 4. 1
2. 4. 2
Handshk.
Handshake mode
Softw.are
k Hardw.are
None
2. 5. 1
2. 5. 2
2. 5. 3
DataBit
Number of data bits
7 Bits
k 8 Bits
2. 6. 1
2. 6. 2
Dat.rec.
Operating mode
SBI (ASCII) 1)
uni.print universal printer
k lab.print (: parameters for YDP10 BT printer)
OFF
8. 1. 1
8. 1. 2
8. 1. 3
8. 1. 4
Find
1)
8. 2.
ser. no.
(serial number)
10801234
8. 3. 1
Model
(e. g. printer ID)
YDP10BT
8. 4. 1
Note concerning verified balances/scales as legal measuring instruments in the EU*: In the “SBI” setting, the non-verified display digit is not automatically
identified.
Please take the corresponding measures or adjust the settings on the peripheral device (see also “Interfaces”).
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43
Configuration (Operating Menu)
Setting the ID number, date and time
Step
Press key
Display
1. Starting the Menu:
1. Display menu level
S Hold
Applic.
2. Select “Input”
S
Input
ID no.:
3. Select input for ID
2x V
ID.
4. Set or change ID number –
With auto key repeat:
S
S Press and hold
3-------
5. Moving within the 7-digit number
Move ID no.
V or
F
3-aBC12
6. Save at the
last position of the ID no.
V
ID.
Date:
7. Select and confirm “Date”
S, V
08.feb.09
8. Change setting –
With auto key repeat:
S
S Press and hold
10.feb.09
9. Change position between
the day/month/year
V or
10.feb.09
10. Save setting at “Year” position
V
date
Time:
11. Select “Time”
S, V
10.46.23
12. Change setting –
With auto key repeat:
S
S Press and hold
11.46.23
13. Change position between
hour/minute/second
V or
11.46.32
14. Set seconds to “zero”
S
11.47.00
15. Save setting at “Second” position
V
time
16. Save settings and exit menu
Press repeatedly
F
>
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Restart your application
0.0 g
Application Programs
Application Programs
The following formula is used:
All application programs can be selected on models
verified for use in legal metrology.
Verified values can be marked using the following
characters:
– Percent
=%
– Piece count (Counting) = pcs
– Computed values
= o, G
Density of sample =
Weight in air
————————————————————————
(weight in air – weight in water)
•
Density of liquid
Purpose
This application program can be used to determine the
density of solid materials according to the buoyancy method.
The liquid density is displayed briefly when you start the
density calculation.
Positive and negative weight values can be applied for the
sample in the air and water. The value in water, however,
must be less than the value in the air; otherwise, this will
trigger an error message.
The results can be displayed with 0 to 3 decimal places:
See the chapter entitled “Configuration.” Not part
of the scope of delivery: sample holder and suspension
wire.
Features
The density of liquid (g/cm3) can be set for a corresponding
temperature via the S key. See the next page for a table
on water density values. Factory setting is 1 g/cm3.
Preparation
§ Select the “Density Determination” application in the
menu:
See “Configuration”
Density Determination
Display symbol: u
§ Configuring parameters:
Applic. Application programs
Density Density determination
DEC.PLCS Number of decimal places
o
none No dec. places
1 dec pl.
1 decimal place
2 dec pl.
2 decimal places
3 dec pl.
3 decimal places
Note on using 3 decimal places:
Using three decimal places for density can result in a high
measurement error rate because corrections to the air density
and the density calculation sets are not taken into account,
for example.
o= Factory settings
Cubis MSE Operating Instructions
45
Application Programs
Density determination printout
RhoFl 0.99823
Wa
+
20.0
Wfl
+
15.0
Rho
4.0
o
g
g
o
: Liquid density (g/cm3)
: Weight in air
: Weight in liquid
: Result: Density of sample
Table:
Density values of H2O at temperature T (in °C)
T/°C
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
0.99973
0.99963
0.99953
0.99941
0.99927
0.99972
0.99962
0.99951
0.99939
0.99926
0.99971
0.99961
0.99950
0.99938
0.99924
0.99970
0.99960
0.99949
0.99937
0.99923
0.99969
0.99959
0.99948
0.99935
0.99922
0.99968
0.99958
0.99947
0.99934
0.99920
0.99967
0.99957
0.99946
0.99933
0.99919
0.99966
0.99956
0.99944
0.99931
0.99917
0.99965
0.99955
0.99943
0.99930
0.99916
0.99964
0.99954
0.99942
0.99929
0.99914
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
0.99913
0.99897
0.99880
0.99862
0.99843
0.99911
0.99896
0.99879
0.99860
0.99841
0.99910
0.99894
0.99877
0.99859
0.99839
0.99908
0.99892
0.99875
0.99857
0.99837
0.99907
0.99891
0.99873
0.99855
0.99835
0.99905
0.99889
0.99871
0.99853
0.99833
0.99904
0.99887
0.99870
0.99851
0.99831
0.99902
0.99885
0.99868
0.99849
0.99829
0.99900
0.99884
0.99866
0.99847
0.99827
0.99899
0.99882
0.99864
0.99845
0.99825
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
0.99823
0.99802
0.99780
0.99756
0.99732
0.99821
0.99800
0.99777
0.99754
0.99730
0.99819
0.99798
0.99775
0.99752
0.99727
0.99817
0.99795
0.99773
0.99749
0.99725
0.99815
0.99793
0.99771
0.99747
0.99722
0.99813
0.99791
0.99768
0.99744
0.99720
0.99811
0.99789
0.99766
0.99742
0.99717
0.99808
0.99786
0.99764
0.99740
0.99715
0.99806
0.99784
0.99761
0.99737
0.99712
0.99804
0.99782
0.99759
0.99735
0.99710
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
0.99707
0.99681
0.99654
0.99626
0.99597
0.99704
0.99678
0.99651
0.99623
0.99594
0.99702
0.99676
0.99648
0.99620
0.99591
0.99699
0.99673
0.99646
0.99617
0.99588
0.99697
0.99670
0.99643
0.99614
0.99585
0.99694
0.99668
0.99640
0.99612
0.99582
0.99691
0.99665
0.99637
0.99609
0.99579
0.99689
0.99662
0.99634
0.99606
0.99576
0.99686
0.99659
0.99632
0.99603
0.99573
0.99684
0.99657
0.99629
0.99600
0.99570
30.
0.99567
0.99564
0.99561
0.99558
0.99555
0.99552
0.99549
0.99546
0.99543
0.99540
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Cubis MSE Operating Instructions
Application Programs
Parameter configuration: Applic. - Density - dec.plcs. -1 dec.pl.
Example: Determining the density of a solid sample. The density at 20.0 degrees Celsius is 0.99823 g/cm3.
Step
Press key
1.
Attach sample holder and suspension wire
2.
Tare the balance
J
3.
Change density of buoyancy liquid
S
4.
Set density value (in this example: 0.99823)
Enter numerals in increments of 1 or:
Set the density value and start the application.
The current density value will be saved in protected
memory until the setting is changed.
V
6.
Confirm “air” display
V
7.
Determining the weight of the sample in air:
Place sample on the balance
Save weight in air
9.
Remove sample from the balance
0.0 g
_1.00000
Repeatedly press S, press
and hold the V key
_0.99823
5.
8.
Display/Printout
air
+
20.0 g
V
water
10. Determining weight value in liquid:
Place sample in basket
11. Confirm “water” display
V
12. Place sample in liquid
13. Save weight value in liquid, display and print results
0.0 g
+
V
+
14. Delete results
15.0 g
F
4.0 o
RhoFl
0.99823 o
Wa
+
20.0 g
Wfl
+
15.0 g
Rho
4.0 o
15. Repeat as needed, starting from Step 5
Cubis MSE Operating Instructions
47
Application Programs
Counting
Display symbol: Z
Purpose
With the Counting application, you can determine the
number of parts which each have approximately equal
weight. First the weight of a manually-determined number
of parts is calculated and then the individual weight is
determined from this (reference).
The total number of the unknown number of parts is then
calculated from the weight.
Changing the Reference Sample Quantity
Activate function:
Press the S key
Select the desired reference quantity (1 to 100):
In increments of one: Press the S key briefly
In increments of ten: Press and hold the S key
The selected number is saved to protected memory.
Optimizing the counting results
Automatic reference sample updating optimizes the counting
accuracy. This function can be turned on or off in the menu.
Automatic reference sample updating is performed when the
requirements, including the specified stability criterion, have
been met.
The abbreviation opt, for “optimizing”, is displayed briefly
with the new reference sample quantity.
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Cubis MSE Operating Instructions
Preparation
§ Select the “Counting” application in the menu: see
“Configuration”
§ Configuring parameters:
Applic. Application programs
Count.
RES.
o DISP.ACC
10-fold
100-fold
Display accuracy
10-fold higher
100-fold higher
Ref.Updt. Autom. ref. sample updating
o Off
Switched off
autom.
Automatic
o = Factory settings
Printout: Counting
nRef
wRef
Qnt
10
21.14 g
+
: Reference sample quantity
: Reference weight for
1 unit
500 pcs : Calculated quantity
Application Programs
Example: Counting parts of equal weight
Parameter settings: Applic. - Count.
Step
Press key
1.
Place the parts container
on the balance
2.
Tare the balance
3.
Place the reference sample quantity in the container
(in this example: 20 units)
4.
5.
6.
Display/Printout
+ 22.6 g
J
0.0 g
Changing the Reference Sample Quantity
S
ref 10pcs
Select the reference sample quantity:
In increments of one (1, 2, 3, ..., 100)
In increments of ten (1, 10, 20, ..., 100)
Repeatedly press S
briefly or
hold the S key
ref 20pcs
Confirm selected reference sample quantity
and start the application.
The current reference weight remains saved
until a new reference is set.
V
+
7.
Add desired number of pieces
8.
If desired, print the results
9.
Toggle display between average piece
weight, weight and quantity
20pcs
nRef
wRef
20 pcs
1.07 g
+ 500pcs
P
Qnt
Repeatedly press S
+ 1.07 g G
+ 535.0 g
+ 500pcs
10. Unload the balance
–
+
500 pcs
21pcs
11. Repeat as needed, starting from Step 7
12. Delete the reference value
F
0.0 g
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Application Programs
Weighing in Percent
Display symbol: %
Purpose
This application allows you to obtain weight readouts in percent which are in
proportion to a reference weight.
Changing the reference percentage value
Activate function:
Press the S key
Select the desired reference quantity (1 to 100):
In increments of one: Press the S key briefly
In increments of ten: Press and hold the S key
The selected percentage is saved to protected memory.
Preparation
§ Select the “Weighing in Percent” application in the menu:
See “Configuration”
§ Configuring parameters:
Applic. Application programs
Percent Weighing in Percent
DEC.PLCS Number of decimal places
o
none No dec. places
1 dec.pl. 1 decimal place
2 Dec.Pl. 2 decimal places
3 Dec.Pl. 3 decimal places
o = Factory settings
Weighing in percent printout
pRef
Wxx%
Prc
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100 %
111.6 g
+
94.9 %
: Reference percentage
: Reference weight net xx% for selected
reference percentage
: Calculated reference percentage
Application Programs
Example: Determining residual weight in percent
Parameter settings: Applic. - percent
Reference percentage value: Ref 100%
Step
Press key
Display/Printout
1.
Tare the balance
J
2.
Information:
Enter the reference percentage
(Changing the reference: see the previous page)
S
ref 100
V
+ 100.0 %
pRef
Wxx% +
3.
Place sample equal to 100% on the balance
(in this example: 111.6 g)
4.
Initialize the balance
The current reference weight remains
saved until a new reference is set
5.
Remove sample (e.g. for drying)
6.
Place unknown weight on balance
(in this example: 105.9 g)
7.
If desired, print the percentage
8.
Toggle display between weight and percentage
9.
Clear display of residual weight and reference percentage
10. If desired, print the residual weight
0.0 g
%
94.9
+
%
P
Prc
Repeatedly press S
+
+
105.9 g
94.9 %
F
+
105.9 g
P
N
+
+
100 %
111.6 g
94.9 %
105.9 g
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Application Programs
Calculation
Display symbol: /
Purpose
With this application, you can calculate weight values using
a multiplier or divisor.
This can be used, for example, to determine the weight per unit area, or “gsm”
weight (grams per square meter), of paper.
Setting the Factor or Divisor
Activate function:
Press the S key
Select a number of up to 8 digits and, if needed, one decimal point
(0.0000001 – 99999999):
In increments of one: Press the S key briefly
To increase the value without pressing repeatedly: Press and hold the S key
The selected operator is saved to protected memory.
Preparation
§ Select the “Calculation” application in the menu:
See “Configuration”
§ Configuring parameters:
Applic. Application programs
Calc. Calculation
Method (Operator)
o
Mul. Multiplier
Div. Divisor
DEC.PLCS Number of decimal places
o
none No dec. places
1 dec.pl. 1 decimal place
2 Dec.Pl. 2 decimal places
3 Dec.Pl. 3 decimal places
o = Factory settings
Calculation printout
Mul
Div
Res
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+
+
+
1.2634
0.6237
79.7 o
: Multiplier
: Divisor
: Result
Application Programs
Example:
Calculating the weight per unit area of paper: An A4 sheet of paper is used in this example, with surface dimensions of 0.210 m
0.297 m = 0.06237 m2. To determine the weight per unit area, the total weight is divided by the surface.
Parameter settings:
Applic. - calc. - method - Divis.
Step
Press key
Display/Printout
1.
Tare the balance
J
0.00 g
2.
Activate divisor input
S
______1.0
3.
Set the divisor (in this example: 0.06237):
Position the decimal point,
V, 4 S,
Enter numerals in increments of 1 or:
Repeatedly press S
4.
Save the divisor and initialize the balance
The current divisor will be saved in protected
memory until the setting is changed.
V
___.00000
2 V,
___.06000
briefly or hold
the, V key
+
0.0
Div
o
79.7
o
+
___.06237
0.06237
5.
Determine the weight per unit are:
Place a sheet of DIN A4 paper on the balance
6.
If desired, print the result
P
Res
7.
Toggle display between weight and calculated value
Repeatedly press S
+
+
4.97 g
79.7 o
8.
Unload the balance
+
0.0
9.
Repeat as needed, starting from Step 5
+
79.7 o
o
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Application Programs
Averaging (animal weighing)
Display symbol: V
Purpose
This application is used to determine the weights of unstable samples (e.g., live
animals) or to determine weights under very unstable ambient conditions.
This requires an average to be calculated over several measurement cycles (also
referred to as “subweighing operations”).
Changing the number of subweighing operations
Activate function: Press the S key
Select the desired number of measurements (1 to 100):
In increments of one: Press the S key briefly
In increments of ten: Press and hold the S key
The selected number of subweighings is saved to protected memory.
Preparation
§ Select the “Animal Weighing” application in the menu:
See “Configuration”
§ Configuring parameters:
Applic. Application programs
Anim.WG Animal weighing
Activty. Animal activity
o
Calm stable
Active unstable
UNSTABL very unstable
Start
o
manual
Autom. Automatic
o = Factory settings
Printout: Averaging
mDef
x-Net +
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20
410.1 g
: Defined number of subweighing operations
: Result of averaging
Application Programs
Example: Automatic weighing of animals with 20 subweighing operations
Parameter configuration: Applic. - AnimalW.
Step
Press key
Display/Printout
22.6 g
1.
Place animal weighing bowl on the balance
2.
Tare the balance
J
3.
Change the number of subweighing operations
S
ref
4.
Set number of measurements:
In increments of one (1, 2, 3, ..., 100)
In increments of ten (10, 20, ..., 100)
Repeatedly press S
briefly or
hold the S key
ref 20
5.
Confirm selected subweighing operations
and start automatic animal weighing.
The number of subweighing operations will be saved
in protected memory until the setting is changed.
V
+
6.
Place first animal in bowl.
The balance delays the start of measurements
until the difference between 4 measurements
meets the criterion.
0.0 g
30
0.0 g
888
20
19
....
1
7.
+
410.1 g G
Read the result
The result is displayed with the “G” (= calculated value)
and remains displayed until the sample (animal)
is removed from the load plate (bowl).
mDef
x-Net +
8.
Unload and tare the balance
+
9.
Weigh next animal (if desired).
20
410.1 g
0.0 g
The next weighing series starts automatically.
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Application Programs
Net-total Formulation
Display symbol: +
Purpose
This application can be used to weigh different components up to a defined
total. You can print out both the total weight and the individual weights of the
components.
Features
– Weigh up to 99 components from “0” to a defined total component weight.
–
Save component weights (“Store xx comp.”), with
– display zeroed automatically after value is stored, and
– automatic printout
–
Clear component memory following cancellation of the weighing sequence by
pressing F and print the total weight.
–
Toggle between component weight and total weight by pressing and holding
the S key.
–
Print the total of the individual component weights T-Comp)
Preparation
§ Select the “Net-total Formulation” application in the menu:
See “Configuration”
§ Configuring parameters:
Applic. Application programs
Net-Totl. Net-total formulation
Comp.Prt. Printout of components
o
Off
On
o = Factory settings
Net-total formulation printout
Comp 2+ 278.1 g
T-Comp+ 2117.5 g
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: Second component weight
: Total components
Application Programs
Example: Counting parts into a container
Parameter configuration: Applic. - Net.totl.
Step
1.
Press key
Display/Printout
Place empty container
on the balance
2.
Tare
3.
Add first component
4.
Save component data
5.
Add next component
6.
Save component data
65.0 g
J
0.0 g
+
V
+
0.0 g Net
Comp 1+
120.5 g
+
V
120.5 g
70.5 g Net
+
0.0 g Net
Comp 2+
7.
Weigh further components as desired
Repeat steps 5 and 6
as often as necessary
8.
Fill to desired final value
(toggle to the total weight value)
S
+
9.
Print total weight and delete
the component memory
F
+ 2117.5 g
T-Comp+
70.5 g
191.0 g
2117.5 g
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Application Programs
Totalizing
Display symbol: +
Purpose
This application can be used to add values from successive, mutually independent
weight values to a total that exceeds the capacity of the balance.
Features
– Totalizing memory for up to 99 products
–
Save component weights (“Store xx comp.”), with automatic printout
–
Toggle display between the current individual weight value and the value in
totalizing memory by pressing S.
–
Print the total of the individual component weights S-Comp)
–
To close the application and print the total weight:
press F
Preparation
§ Select the “Totalizing” application in the menu:
See “Configuration”
§ Configuring parameters:
Applic. Application programs
Total Totalizing
Comp.Prt. Printout of components
o
Off
On
o = Factory settings
Printout: Totalizing
Comp 2+ 278.1 g
S-Comp+ 2117.5 g
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: Second component weight
: Totalizing memory
Application Programs
Example: Totalizing weight values
Parameter configuration: Applic. - total - comp.prt: On
Step
Press key
1.
Tare
2.
Place sample on the balance (in this example: 380 g)
3.
Save the value to memory
Display/Printout
J
0.0 g
+
V
380.0 g
+ 380.0 g
Comp 1+
4.
Remove sample
+
0.0 g
5.
Place the next sample on the balance (in this example: 575 g)
+
575.0 g
6.
Save the value to memory
V
+ 955.0 g
+ 575.0 g
Comp 2+
Remove sample
8.
View value in totalizing memory
S
9.
Weigh further components as desired
Repeat steps 5 and 6 as often as necessary
F
+
575.0 g
0.0 g
7.
10. Print total weight and delete the totalizing memory
+
380.0 g
955.0 g G
0.0 g
S-Comp+ 2117.5 g
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Application Programs
Mass Unit Conversion
Purpose
This application is used to change the weight value displayed from the basic weight unit to any of 4 application weight units
(see table on next page).
Features
– Set the basic unit and display accuracy in the Setup menu: See “Configuration.”
– Set the application weight units and display accuracies for all 4 units in the Application menu.
– The units selected are saved to protected memory.
– The basic unit is always active once the balance is turned on.
Example: Change display from grams [g] (basic unit) to pounds [lb] and then to Troy ounces [ozt] reduced by 1 digit.
Configuration: Applic. - unit
Step
Press key
Display/Printout
Preparation:
1.
Start selection of an application weight unit
S
unit 1
2.
Confirm unit 1
V
NO
3.
Select an application unit (in this example: pounds)
Units and display accuracy:
See table on the next page
Press repeatedly
S
pounds
4.
Confirm pounds weight unit
V
pounds
5.
Select next application unit,
Units and display accuracy:
See table on the next page
F
unit 2
S, V
NO
SDgr
Repeatedly press S, V troy.oz.
6.
Confirm troy ounces weight unit
V
7.
Reduce display unit by 1
Repeatedly press S, V
8.
You can select an additional 4 units, if desired
(otherwise, confirm “NO” using V)
9.
Save selection
Repeatedly press F
Operation:
10. Place the sample on the scale
11. Change weight unit
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°
°
troy.oz. °
minus 1 SDgr
0.00 g
+ 100.00 g
Press repeatedly
V
+ 0.22046 lb
+ 3.527 ozt
Application Programs
The balance can operate using the following units and display accuracies
(in legal metrology, only units permitted by national law are available):
Menu item
Unit
Conversion factor
Symbol displayed Display accuracy
0) no
Unit same as used
in menu
under basic unit
0) no (display accuracy
same as basic unit)
1) all Show all decimal places
2) lp.on.off Last digit after load
change
6) Div. 1 1 interval
7) Minus 1 Reduced by 1 digit
1) USERDEF.
Grams
1.00000000000
2) Grams (factory setting)
Grams
3) Kilogr.
Kilograms
4) carats
5) Pounds
6) ounces
Ounces
0.03527396200
oz
none to minus 1
7) troy.oz.
Troy ounces
0.03215074700
ozt
none to minus 1
8) HKTael
Hong Kong taels
0.02671725000
tl
none to minus 1
o
none to minus 1
1.00000000000
g
none to minus 1
0.00100000000
kg
none to minus 1
Carats
5.00000000000
o
none to minus 1
Pounds
0.00220462260
lb
none to minus 1
9) Sng.Tael.
Singapore taels
0.02645544638
tl
none to minus 1
10) Twn.tael.
Taiwanese taels
0.02666666000
tl
none to minus 1
11) grains
Grains
15.4323583500
GN
none to minus 1
12) Peny.Wt.
Pennyweights
0.64301493100
dwt
none to minus 1
13) milligr.
Milligrams
1000.00000000
mg
none to minus 1
14) Pt.P.Lb.
Parts per pound
1.12876677120
o
none to minus 1
15) Chn.Tael
Chinese taels
0.02645547175
tl
none to minus 1
16) mommes
Mommes
0.26670000000
m
none to minus 1
17) Carats
Carats
5.00000000000
Kt
none to minus 1
18) tola
Tola
0.08573333810
o
none to minus 1
19) baht
Baht
0.06578947436
b
none to minus 1
20) mesghal
Mesghal
0.21700000000
o
none to minus 1
21) tons
Tons
0.00000100000
t
none to minus 1
22) Lb|Oz
1)
23) newton
24) Microgr.
1)
2)
2)
Pounds : Ounces (lb/oz)
0.03527396200
lb oz
none to minus 1
Newton
0.00980665000
N
none to minus 1
Micrograms
1000000.00000
o
none to minus 1
= The format for display of pounds|ounces cannot be changed: xx:yy.yy x=lb, y=oz
= Unit not available on all models
! Some weight units may be blocked from use in legal metrology, depending on national verification laws.
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ISO/GLP-compliant Printout
ISO/GLP-compliant Printout
Features
You can have the device information, ID and the current date
printed before (GLP header) and after (GLP footer) the values
from the weighing series. These parameters include:
GLP Header:
– Date
– Time at the start of a weighing series
– Balance manufacturer
– Balance model
– Model serial number
– Software version number
– ID number (of weighing series)
GLP footer:
– Date
– Time at the end of a weighing series
– Field for signature
Configuration
t Set the following menu items
(Setup mode, see “Configuration”):
– Line format for printout with ID –
22 characters (factory setting): print - Prnt.para. format - 22 chars
–
ISO/GLP-compliant printout or record for calibration/
adjustment only:
data out- Prnt.para. - Glp - Cal.|Adj.
or
ISO/GLP-compliant printout or record always on:
data out- Prnt.para. - Glp -always on
–
Time formats:
data out- Prnt.para. - time - 24h
or
data out- Prnt.para. - time -12h
with “Ahh:mm” or “Phh:mm”
–
Date formats:
data out- Prnt.para. - Date - dd.mmm.yy
or
data out- Prnt.para. - Date - mmm.dd.yy
! No ISO|GLP-compliant record is output if any of the
following settings are configured:
data out- prnt.para.-format -16 chars
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Operation
t To print the header and the first measurement value:
Press the P key.
y The header is included with the 1st printout.
t To print the header and reference data automatically
when an application program is active:
Press the V key
t Print the footer/Exit the application:
Application
Functional process
Density Determination,
Net-total Formulation,
Totalizing
Print footer and quit
application program:
1 Press the F key
Counting, Weighing in
Percent Calculation,
Animal Weighing
1) Print footer: press F
2) Quit application program:
press F
The ISO/GLP-compliant printout can have the following lines:
-------------------- Dash line
17-Aug-2008
10:15 Date/Time (start of measurement)
SARTORIUS
Balance manufacturer
Mod.
MSE8201S Balance type
Ser. no.
10105355 Balance serial number
Ver. no.
00-39-04 Software version
ID
690 923 ID no.
-------------------- Dash line
L ID
Weighing series no. (Lot ID)
nRef
10 pcs Counting: Reference sample quantity
wRef
21.14 g
Counting: Reference weight
Qnt
+
567 pcs Counting results
-------------------- Dash line
17-Aug-2008
10:20 Date/Time (end of measurement)
Name:
Field for signature
Space line
-------------------- Dash line
The ISO/GLP-compliant printout for external calibration/adjustment:
-------------------- Dash line
17-Aug-2008
10:30 Date/Time (start of measurement)
SARTORIUS
Balance manufacturer
Mod.
MSE8201S Balance type
Ser. no.
10105352 Balance serial number
Ver. no.
00-39-04 Software version
ID
690 923 ID no.
-------------------- Dash line
Cal. Ext. Test
Calibration/adjustment mode
Set
+
5000.0 g
Calibration weight value
Diff. +
0.2 g
Difference after calibration
Cal. Ext. Complete
Confirmation of completed calibration
process
Diff.
0.0 g
Difference between current and target
values after calibration
Level ok
Balance level
-------------------- Dash line
17-Aug-2008
10:32 Date/Time (end of measurement)
Name:
Field for signature
Space line
-------------------- Dash line
Data Interfaces
Data Interfaces
Purpose
Interfaces are used to exchange data with connected peripheral devices: Measured
values and calculated values can be output to a printer or PC; conversely, control
commands and data inputs can be sent to connected devices (PC, keyboard, foot
switch, barcode scanner).
Each interface has to be configured according to the peripheral device and desired
function. No error messages are generated when no devices are connected to an
interface port (open data port).
Features
Cubis series balances have at least two interfaces:
1
2
1
2
3
–
–
–
Peripheral port (25-pin interface)
USB socket for PC connection
In models with a weighing range of up to 15 kg, the slot may contain other
ports:
25-pin interface (YDO01MS-R)
9-pin interface with PS2 port The PS2 socket has no function. (YDO01MS-P)
Bluetooth® module (YDO01MS-B)
3
Protocols
For data exchange, the interfaces are configured with the following protocols:
– Printer output
– SBI (Sartorius Balance Interface): Sartorius standard protocol for output to a
PC or control unit. This simple ASCII-based protocol allows you to use ESC
commands from your PC to control the basic weighing functions.
– xBPI (eXtended Balance Processor Interface, also called X-Bus): binary protocol
with extended command volume. This protocol lets you control numerous
weighing functions. For further information on this, please contact Sartorius.
To use the protocols, application software must be installed on the PC, e. g.,
SartoTerminal.
Synchronization
During data communication between balance and PC, messages consisting of ASCII
or binary characters are transmitted via the interface. For error-free data exchange,
parameters for baud rate, parity, handshake mode, and character format must be
identical for both units.
You can configure the respective settings in System Settings (menu). In addition to
these settings, data output for the balance can also be made dependent on several
conditions that are defined in the individual tasks. These conditions are described
under each of the tasks.
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Data Interfaces
USB Port (PC)
Purpose
3
System Requirements
Any Cubis balance can be connected to a PC equipped with a USB port. A virtual
serial interface (virtual COM port) is set up as a device type at the USB port. This
virtual serial interface is identified und operated by the application program.
The protocols xBPI, SBI, and SICS can be transmitted via the USB port.
The USB port is designed for the laboratory environment and is not suitable for use
in rough industrial environments. Full IP protection is only guaranteed when the
USB cover is closed.
–
–
–
Software Driver and Installation Guides
Computer (PC) with Windows 98SE®, Windows ME®, Windows 2000®, Windows
XP®, Windows Vista® or Windows 7® or Windows 8*
Available USB port on the PC
USB cable
The VCP driver, used to set up the virtual interface on the computer, can be
downloaded from the internet:
http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm
The installation guides for the drivers can be found here:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Documents/InstallGuides.htm
Connecting the Balance via USB
h
The current USB port for the computer is established when the software driver is
being installed. The driver must be re-installed every time you wish to change the
port.
Therefore, choose one USB port that can permanently or regularly be used to
connect the balance.
t
t
t
t
y
Switch off the balance.
Unplug the balance from the mains.
Connect the USB cable to the balance and to the USB port on the computer.
Plug the balance into the mains again and switch it on.
Windows detects the device connected to the USB port.
If the device is being connected for the first time, the Windows Installation
Wizard will run.
Installing Software Drivers
t
t
t
y
Example:
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Run the Installation Wizard for the driver.
Follow the instructions that appear.
To complete the installation, click on Finish.
The virtual interface is now ready for operation.
Windows® usually adds the virtual port in the position following your highestnumbered COM port.
For a PC with up to 4 COM ports, the new virtual port would then be COM5 (see
Device Manager).
Data Interfaces
Changing the Port Number
Installation Guides for Windows XP®, Windows Vista® and Windows 7®
and Windows 8®
If you use the USB interface with a program that limits the number of COM port
designations (e. g., only COM1, 2, 3, 4), you may have to assign one of these port
numbers to the new virtual port.
t Open the setting for the USB serial port in the Windows® Control Panel:
– START > My Computer > Control Panel
– System > Hardware > Device Manager
t Open the Connections submenu.
t Double-click on USB Serial Port.
t Select Port Settings > Advanced.
Changing Latency Time
Plug & Play Mode in Autoprint (SBI)
t Open the settings for the USB serial port, following the above instructions.
t For a faster rate of communication, change the setting for the latency timer to
1msec.
t Open the settings for the USB serial port, following the above instructions.
t Stop the Plug & Play mode from running.
Uninstalling the Driver
The software driver for the USB connection can be uninstalled with the Windows®
Uninstaller.
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Data Interfaces
Pin Assignment Chart
“Peripherals” Interface and Optional RS-232 Interface
(25-pin)
Female Interface Connector:
1
14
13
25
Pin Assignment Chart, 25-pin socket, RS-232:
Pin 1: Signal ground
Pin 2: Data output (TxD)
Pin 3: Data input (RxD)
Pin 4: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 5: Clear to send (CTS)
Pin 6: Not used
Pin 7: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 8: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 9: Not used
Pin 10: Not used
Pin 11: + 12 V output
For remote
Pin 12: Reset _ Out*)
switch
Pin 13: + 5 V output
Pin 14: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 15: Universal switch
Pin 16: Not used
Pin 17: Not used
Pin 18: Not used
Pin 19: Not used
Pin 20: Data terminal ready (DTR)
Pin 21: No function
Pin 22: No function
Pin 23: No function
Pin 24: No function
Pin 25: + 5 V output
*) = Hardware restart
Preparation
You can set these parameters for other devices in the Setup menu:
See “Configuration.”
The many and versatile properties of these balances can be fully utilized for
printing out records of the results when you connect your balance to a Sartorius
data printer.
The recording capability for printouts makes it easy for you to work in compliance
with GLP.
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Data Interfaces
Cabling Diagram 25-pin Interface
Diagram for interfacing a computer or other peripheral device to the balance using
the RS-232/V24 standard and cables up to 15 m (50 ft.) long
3
Do not connect any other pins to the cable connector of the balance.
Balance
Waage
Plug
Stecker
25-pin
25-pin
Computer
Computer
socket
Buchse
9-pin
9 pin
TxD 2
2
RxD
RxD 3
3
TxD
CTS 5
4
DTR
DTR 20
8
CTS
GND 4/7
6
DSR
GND 14
5
GND
Cable type: AWG 2 specification
1
5
6
9
Pin Assignment Chart, 9-contact Female Connector, RS-232:
Pin 1: Not used
Pin 2: Data output (TxD)
Pin 3: Data input (RxD)
Pin 4: Not used
Pin 5: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 6: Not used
Pin 7: Clear to send (CTS)
Pin 8: Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Pin 9: Not used
Establish a connection via a conventional RS-232 cable.
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Data Interfaces
Data Output
You can define the data output parameter so that output is activated either when
a print command is received or automatically synchronized with the display or at
defined intervals (see application programs and autoprint settings).
Data Output by Print Command
Automatic Data Output
The print command can be transmitted by pressing P or by a software
command (EscP).
In autoprint mode, data is output to the data interface port without an extra print
command. You can have synchronized data output automatically at defined display
update intervals, with or without the stability parameter. The interval time depends
on the balance operating status and balance type.
If the automatic data output is activated in the Device Configuration, it starts
immediately after the balance is turned on. You can also configure whether the
automatic data output can be stopped and started by pressing the P key.
Data Output Formats
You can output the values displayed in the line for measured values and weight
units with or without an ID code. Configure this output parameter in the Device
Parameters menu (Menu > Device parameters > Configure data output > Line
format).
Example: Output Without an ID Code
Example: Output With an ID Code
+
253 pcs
16 characters are printed
Qnt
+
22 characters are printed
253 pcs
Data Output Format with 16 Characters
Display segments that are blank are output as spaces.
Display values without a decimal point are printed without a decimal point.
The type of character that can be printed depends on the character’s position.
Normal Operation
Position 1 2 3
+ A A
or
– .
.
or
* *
4
A
.
*
*: Space
A: Displayed characters
S: Characters for the unit
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5
A
.
*
6
A
.
*
7
A
.
*
8
A
.
*
9
A
.
*
10
A
.
*
11 12 13 14 15 16
* E E E CR LF
.
* * *
*
CR: Carriage return
LF: Line feed
Data Interfaces
Special Outputs
Position 1
*
or
or
or
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
C
a
6
*
H
L
l
7
*
i
o
.
*:
Space
Cal. Ext.: Calibration, external
W:
I:
Y,Y,Y =
XXX =
8
*
g
w
E
9
*
h
x
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
* * * * * CR LF
t
.
High: Overload
Low: Underload
Draft shield status (optional)
Ionizer (optional)
Draft shield doors
Decimal value calculated from binary data:
Control information for models with normal draft shields
Decimal value
1
2
8
16
32
Binary value
Bit0 = 0:
Bit0 = 1:
Bit1 = 0:
Bit1 = 1:
Bit3 = 0:
Bit3 = 1:
Bit4 = 0:
Bit4 = 1:
Bit6 = 0:
Bit6 = 1:
Control information
No error/ionizer off
Draft shield error/ionizer on
Draft shield motors off
Draft shield in motion
Learning function off
Learning function on
At least one draft shield door open
All draft shield doors closed
Motorized draft shield operation
Manual draft shield operation
R,M,L = COO: Right door closed (Closed), Middle and Left doors open (Open)
R,M,L = OCC: Right door open (Open), Middle and Left doors closed (Closed)
Error message
Position 1 2
3
4
E
A
D
P
5
r
P
I
R
6
r
P
S
T
7
*
.
.
.
8 9 10 11 12 13
# # # * * *
E R R1) * * *
E R R1) * * *
E R R1) * * *
*:
Space
# # #: Error code number
1) For cause and solution, please refer to “Error Messages”
14
*
*
*
*
15
CR
CR
CR
CR
16
LF
LF
LF
LF
Example: Output of the weight value + 123,56 g
Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
+ * * * 1 2 3
. 5 6 * g * * CR LF
+ * * 1 2 3 .
5 [ 6 ]1) g * * CR LF
Position 1:
Plus +, or minus – or space
Position 2:
Space
Positions 3 – 10: Weight value with decimal point; leading zeros are output
as spaces.
Position 11:
Space
Position 12 – 14: Characters for unit of measure or space
Position 15:
Carriage Return
Position 16:
Line Feed
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Data Interfaces
Data Output Format with 22 Characters
Here, the data output format with 16 characters is preceded by an ID code
with a 6 characters. These six characters identify the subsequent value.
Normal Operation
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
K K K K K K + A A A A
* * * * * * – . . . .
* * * * *
K:
*:
A:
LF:
ID code character1)
Space
Displayed characters
Line feed
Example:
1 2 3
N
N
1)
12
A
.
*
4
5
6
7
+
+
13
A
.
*
14
A
.
*
15
A
.
*
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
A * E E E CR LF
. * * * *
*
Unit symbol character1)
See Section “Mass Unit Conversion”
CR: Carriage return
S:
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
1 2 3 . 5 6 * g * * CR LF
1 2 3 . 5 [ 6 ]1) g * * CR LF
Identification of non-verified digits
Non-verified digits where „e=d“ are automatically marked on the printout by
square brackets when you select the following setting: Configuration:
Communication mode: Printer (code 1. 5. 6. 2).
SBI setting:
In the SBI setting (code 1. 5. 6. 1), the unverified values are not automatically
identified. Please take appropriate measures or adjust the settings on the
peripheral device.
Special Outputs
1 2 3 4 5
S t a t *
6
*
7
*
8
*
9 10 11 12 13
* * * * *
H i
L o
C a l .
*:
Space
Cal. Ext.: Calibration, external
Error message
1 2 3 4
S t a t
S t a t
S t a t
S t a t
*: Space
2)
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5
*
*
*
*
6
*
*
*
*
7
*
*
*
*
8
*
*
*
*
9 10 11
* E R
* A P
* D I
* P R
14
*
g
w
E
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
* * * * * * CR LF
h
x
t
High:
Low:
Overload
Underload
12
R
P
S
T
14
#
E
E
E
13
*
.
.
.
# # #:
15
#
R
R
R
16
#
R 2)
R 2)
R 2)
.
17
*
*
*
*
18
*
*
*
*
19
*
*
*
*
Error code number
For cause and solution, please refer to „Error Messages“
20
*
*
*
*
21
CR
CR
CR
CR
22
LF
LF
LF
LF
Data Interfaces
Data Input
SBI Commands (Data Input Format)
The computer connected via the data port can send control commands to the
balance to control balance and application program functions.
These control commands may have different formats and contain up to 20
characters. Each of these characters must be sent based on the setup configuration
for data transmission.
Formats for Control Commands (Syntax)
Format 1:
Esc !
CR
LF
Format 2:
Esc !
#
_
CR
Esc:
!:
#:
&:
_:
CR:
LF:
LF
Escape
Command character
Digit
Parameter (number or letter)
Underline (ASCII: 95)
Carriage return (optional)
Line feed (optional)
Examples:
Format 1: Esc P
Format 2: Esc x1_
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Data Interfaces
Overview of SBI Commands
Format Command
Action/Function
Comments
1
ESC P
Print to the interface where the prompt originated
Corresp. to menu, with/
without stability
1
ESC T
“TARE” key taring and zeroing
1
ESC K
Filter “Very stable conditions”
1
ESC L
Filter “Stable conditions”
1
ESC M
Filter “Unstable conditions”
1
ESC N
Filter “Very unstable conditions”
1
ESC O
Block keys
1
ESC Q
Acoustic signal
1
ESC R
Unblock keys
1
ESC S
Restart
1
ESC Z
Internal calibration/adjustment
1
ESC U
Tare
1
ESC V
Zero
1
ESC W
Ext. Adjustment with default weight
2
ESC f0_
S key
2
ESC f1_
Start calibration
Depending on menu,
1/2 step increments
2
ESC f2_
V key
2
ESC f5_
Left draft shield key (closing and opening as learned or default)
Only if available
Only if available
2
ESC f6_
Right draft shield key (closing and opening as learned or default)
2
ESC kP_
Print as with “PRINT” key (e.g., to several interfaces)
2
ESC m0_
Ionizer status
Only if available
2
ESC m1_
Ionizer on, with preset time
Only if available
2
ESC m2_
Ionizer off
Only if available
2
ESC s3_
F key: Back, exit, cancel
2
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Depending on menu,
1/2 step increments
ESC w0_
Models with the
analytical draft shield:
Models with the
rotational draft shield
Draft shield status
Draft shield status
Only if available
2
ESC w1_
Open left door
Open draft shield 100% to the left
Only if available
2
ESC w2_
Close all doors
Close draft shield
Only if available
2
ESC w3_
Open upper door
Open draft shield up to position saved
Only if available
2
ESC w4_
Open right door
Open draft shield door 100% to the right
Only if available
2
ESC w5_
Open left and upper doors
–
Only if available
2
ESC w6_
Open left and right doors
–
Only if available
2
ESC w7_
Open right and upper door
–
Only if available
2
ESC w8_
Open all doors
–
Only if available
2
ESC x1_
Print weigher type
2
ESC x2_
Output serial number of
2
ESC x3_
Print balance software version
2
ESC s0_
Press and hold the S key
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Data Interfaces
Optional Interfaces (RS-232) 25-pin and 9-pin
1
14
13
25
1
5
6
9
3
The balance is standard-equipped with a 25-pin interface (peripheral port) where
different Sartorius peripheral devices can be connected, e. g., hand or foot switch.
This interface is also used for the control lines for the Checkweighing application.
A 9-pin interface can optionally be installed into models with a weighing range of
up to 15 kg. This port is intended for connecting a PC.
Warning When Using Pre-wired RS-232 Connecting Cables for the 25-pin
Interface:
RS-232 cables purchased from other manufacturers often have incorrect pin
assignments for use with Sartorius devices. Failure to do so may damage or destroy
your weighing system and/or peripheral devices!
t Be sure to check the pin assignments before you connect cables purchased
from other manufacturers.
t Disconnect any lines assigned differently (e. g., Pin 6).
Features (* = factory settings)
Type of interface:
Interface operating mode:
Level:
Interface connector:
Transmission rate:
Serial interface
Full duplex
RS232
D-SUB connector, 25-pin or 9-pin
600, 1200, 2400, 4800, *9600 und 19200 baud
(selectable)
Parity:
*Even, odd, none; blank spaces (selectable)
Character transmission:
Start bit, 7/8* bit ASCII, parity, *1 or 2stop bits
(selectable)
Handshake (selectable):
25-pin For 2-wire interface: Software (XON/XOFF)
For 4-wire interface: *Hardware (CTS/DTR)
9-pin Hardware (CTS/RTS)
Operating mode:
*SBI, xBPI, printer, SICS, 2nd display
Manual print mode:
Without stability, *after stability
Auto print mode:
*Without stability, at stability, after load change
Cancel automatic printing:
Not possible
Time-dependent automatic printout: After 1 display update
Data output of balance:
16 or *22 characters
Tare after individual printout:
Off
Basic values, application:
Off
Connectable Peripherals
The following devices can be connected to the interface:
– Verifiable data printers YDP03-0CE, YDP10-0CE, YDP20-0CE
– Verifiable data printer with Bluetooth data transmission YDP10BT-0CE (module
required)
– Universal (serial printer)
– Strip/label printer YDP04IS-OCEUV
– Hand switch YHS01
– Foot switch YFS01, YPE01RC
– External control display YRD11Z
– Remote display YRD03Z
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Data Interfaces
Bluetooth® Interface (optional)
How to assemble the Bluetooth® module is described in the supplied installation
instructions.
In order to transmit data via the Bluetooth module, the interface must first be
configured.
Configuring the Bluetooth® Interface
Step
Press key
Display
t If necessary, toggle to the menu
1. Accessing the Menu:
1. Display menu level
S Press and hold
Applic.
2. Select and confirm OPT.MOD
Repeatedly press
S, V
Opt.Mod
3. Select and confirm the DAT.PROT. submenu
S, V
DAT.PROT.
S, V
Find
The following operating modes are possible for this interface under DAT.PROT.:
– SBI (data exchange with PC or notebook)
– Universal printer
– Laboratory printer: parameters for YDP10BT
– No function (off)
t Select the desired operating type.
Establishing a Radio Connection with the Bluetooth® Printer
t Make sure that the printer to which you wish to connect is ready to operate.
t To establish a connection,
Select the OPT.MOD: FIND submenu.
y The balance will now search for the Bluetooth device.
wait
This process may take time.
Wait for the next message to appear on the display.
! You can only connect to one Bluetooth printer at a time.
y A message will appear to confirm whether the printer has been found.
Connection established to printer YDP01BT: The serial no. appears
y As soon as the menu is exited, the connection will be re-established.
The LED on the printer will then illuminate permanently (blue).
Bluetooth Series No. and Model ID
t If required, you can enter the serial number and device name
(only with Bluetooth modules from Version 04-10-01).
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Ser. no.
23201234
S, V
S, V
SER.No.
Model
Error Messages
Error Messages
Error codes are displayed for about 2 seconds. The program then returns automatically to the weighing mode.
Display
Cause
Solution
No segments appear
No power
Power supply not plugged in
Check power supply
Connect power supply to the wall outlet (mains)
high
Weighing capacity exceeded
Unload the weighing pan
low or Err 54
Contact between load plate and environment
Move the object that is touching the weighing pan
App.err.
Cannot save data: load is too light or
no sample on the weighing pan while
application is active
Increase load
dis.err.
Data output not compatible with output format
Change the configuration with output format in
the operating menu
prt.err.
Interface port for printer output is blocked
Reset the menu factory settings or
Contact your local Sartorius Service Center
modul.err.
Balance cannot find a Bluetooth printer
No Bluetooth connection
Establishing a radio connection between the balance and printer:
See “Establishing a Radio Connection with the
Bluetooth® Printer"
err 02
Adjustment condition was not met, e.g.,
– Tare with the J key
– Load on weighing pan
Calibrate only when zero is displayed
Unload the balance
err 10
The J key is blocked when the “Net-total
Formulation" application is active; only 1 tare
function can be used at a time
The J key can be used again after the tare
memory has been deleted using the F key
err 11
Tare memory not allowed
Press the J key
err 81
1) No print command received from the balance. Bluetooth® connection was briefly
interrupted.
2) Balance was turned on and then data output
took place.
Wait approx. 40 seconds; device will reconnect
automatically.
Reestablish connection: See “Establishing a Radio
Connection with the Bluetooth® Printer"
You should level the balance
Level balance
Balance not level
1) Level the balance using the leveling feet
2) or for models with motorized leveling feet:
Press the * key
The weight readout
changes constantly
Setup location unstable (excessive vibration or
draft)
Foreign object is caught between weighing pan
and balance/scale housing
Set up balance in another area
Change Setup Configurations
Remove the foreign object
The weight readout is
obviously wrong
The balance was not calibrated/adjusted
Balance was not tared before weighing
Adjustment
Tare
level.err.
flashes
If any other errors occur, contact your local Sartorius Service Center.
Contact information: Please point your Internet browser to: http://www.sartorius.com
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Care and Maintenance
Care and Maintenance
Service
Regular servicing by a Sartorius technician will extend the service life of your balance
and ensure its continued weighing accuracy. Sartorius offers its customers service
contracts with regular maintenance intervals ranging from 1 month to 2 years.
The frequency of the maintenance intervals depends on the operating conditions
and user‘s tolerance requirements.
Repairs
Repair work must only be carried out by trained service technicians. Repairs
performed by untrained persons may result in considerable hazards for the user.
3
The device should be unplugged during repair work.
Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
Repair work must only be performed by Sartorius-trained service technicians.
If required: Please contact your Sartorius dealer!
Cleaning the Balance
3
Ensure that no dust or liquid enters the balance weighing system.
Do not use aggressive cleaning agents (solvents or similar.
Isolate from supply voltage: Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet and
unplug any data cables connected to the balance.
Make sure all equipment operators have received proper instructions when working
with hazardous or toxic materials.
Failure to follow correct handling procedures can result in breakage of parts or
spillage of liquids or other substances.
Make sure the necessary protective clothing or equipment is worn, such as
protective gloves, clothing, eyewear.
All safety regulations applicable in the laboratory must be observed.
When using the balance in the chemical industry, handle defective or device parts
to be cleaned according to respective regulations.
Models with a Readability of >1 mg:
– These models meet the requirements of protection class IP54.
The IP protection only applies to the balance housing and not to the AC adapter.
– The IP protection is only guaranteed when the weighing pan is mounted.
– The IP protection is limited when the data interfaces are used. Retain the cover
cap for the data output. When the data output is not in use, reapply the cover
cap to protect it against vapors, moisture, and dust or dirt.
t Open the panels of the analytical draft shield completely.
t Clean the housing and interior of the balance with a cloth lightly moistened
with a soap solution.
t Dry all parts with a soft, dry cloth or use blotting paper to absorb dampness.
Then replace all dried parts.
t Remove panels from the analytical draft shield and clean them with
commercially available glass cleaner. Dry the panels.
Then reinstall them to the balance.
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Care and Maintenance
t Carefully remove any sample residue/spilled powder using a brush or hand-held
vacuum.
t If necessary, remove the weighing pan, shield plate, and pan support.
1
1. Weighing pan
2
2. Shield plate/Draft shield
3
3. Pan support
t Clean parts with a cloth or brush.
Then replace the parts.
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Care and Maintenance
Cleaning the Weighing Chamber of Balances with a Readability of ) 1 μg
t Carefully remove any powdered sample material from beneath the shield disk
using a small car vacuum cleaner with an mini-hose attached.
t Use blotting paper to remove any liquid sample material.
3
Do not insert forceps or similar utensils behind the draft shield plate.
Note: The weighing system is hermetically separated from the area of the draft
shield plate. This prevents spillage or other impurities from entering.
Cleaning the Weighing Pan
All stainless steel parts should be cleaned at regular intervals.
Use a damp cloth or sponge to clean stainless steel parts on the balance.
Only use conventional household cleaning agents which are suitable for stainless
steel (e.g. Stahlfix). After this, let the device dry.
For additional protection, protective oil may be applied.
Remove the stainless steel weighing pan and thoroughly clean it separately.
Only use solvents for cleaning stainless steel parts.
The stainless steel weighing pan should be cleaned simply by rubbing. After this,
rinse the equipment thoroughly until all residue is removed.
No protective oil should be applied to the stainless steel weighing pan.
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Care and Maintenance
Safety Inspection
If there is any indication that safe operation of the balance is no longer warranted:
t Disconnect from the supply voltage: Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
t Secure the AC adapter and cord so that they cannot be used.
Safe operation of the AC adapter is no longer ensured:
–
–
–
The AC adaptor or the mains connecting lead shows visible damage.
The AC adaptor no longer functions properly.
Following extended storage in adverse conditions.
In this case, notify the Sartorius Service Center.
Maintenance and repair work may be performed only by authorized service
technicians who have access to the required maintenance manuals and instructions
and who have received the necessary training.
We recommend that the AC adapter be inspected by a qualified service technician
with regard to the following:
–
–
Leakage current: <0.25 mA measured with a properly calibrated multimeter.
Insulation resistance >SOhm as measured with a constant voltage of at least
500 volts at a 500 kOhm load.
The duration and number of checks should be determined by a qualified Sartorius
service technician on site based on specific ambient and operating conditions (once
a year as a minimum).
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Care and Maintenance
Transporting the Balance
If repairs are required, use the original packaging to transport the balance.
To ensure adequate protection for safe shipment, Sartorius products have been
packaged to the extent necessary using environmentally friendly materials. Only the
original packaging provides optimum protection for the equipment.
t Disconnect the device from the power supply.
t Disconnect any data cables from the device.
4
5
6
1
3
t
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove all items (such as weights, sensors, etc.) from the weighing chamber.
Remove the other side draft shield panel
Remove the other side draft shield panel
Remove the upper draft shield panel
Remove the weighing pan
Remove pan support (not for MSE225…/MSE125… models)
Remove shield plate/draft shieldz
2
t On models without a draft shield: press down on the two pan support
fasteners.
t Rotate and remove the pan support.
t Place the balance in the lower part of the packaging.
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Care and Maintenance
Transporting the Parts (Large Analytical Draft Shield)
t Get the box for the individual parts of the balance ready.
t Place the bottom foam piece in the box.
3
2
t
1)
2)
3)
Place the panels in the packaging:
Place the upper draft shield panel into the packaging (handle upwards).
Place the side draft shield panel into the packaging (handle upwards).
Place the other side panel into the packaging (handle downwards).
1
t Then place the top foam piece in the box.
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Care and Maintenance
For small weighing pans:
t Place the shield plate into the box.
t Place the pan support and weighing pan into the opening.
t Close the box.
For large weighing pans:
t Insert the following parts into the foam piece:
1) Pan support
2) Shield plate
3) Weighing pan
t Close the box.
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Care and Maintenance
Transporting the Parts (Small Analytical Draft Shield)
t Get the box ready for the individual parts of the balance.
t Get the foam pieces ready.
3
t
1)
2)
3)
Place the balance parts on top of each other
Upper draft shield panel
Shield plate/draft shield
Pan support
2
1
t Slide the parts into the foam.
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Care and Maintenance
t Place the panels in the packaging.
1) Place one side panel into the packaging (handle downwards).
2) Place the other side panel into the packaging (handle downwards).
2
1
t Place the foam piece in front of the parts.
t Place the package in the box.
t Slide the shield plate into the packaging.
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Care and Maintenance
t Close the box.
t Place the box into the packaging.
t Place the top part on to the packaging.
t Insert the balance into the box with cushioning.
t The balance is now ready for transport.
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Disposal
Disposal
The packaging is made of environmentally friendly materials that can be used as
secondary raw materials. If you no longer require the packaging, you can dispose
of it free of charge in Germany through the Vfw dual system (contract number
D-59101-2009-1129). Otherwise you should dispose of the material in accordance
with the waste disposal regulations that are applicable in your area. The device,
including its accessories and batteries, should not be disposed of as household
waste. It should instead be recycled as electric/electronic equipment. For more
information regarding disposal and recycling, please contact our local service
representatives. Our partners listed on the following website will also be able to
provide assistance within the EU:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Go to http://www.sartorius.com.
Select the “Services” tab.
Then select “Information on Disposal”.
Addresses for the local Sartorius disposal contacts can be found in the PDF files
available for download on this page.
Sartorius will not take back equipment contaminated with hazardous materials
(ABC contamination) – either for repair or disposal.
Detailed information, including service addresses for returning your device for
repair or disposal, can be found on our website (www.sartorius.com) or requested
from a Sartorius Service Center.
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Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications
General Data
Sartorius power supply 6971987
Primary
Secondary
Other data
Power supply cable
Other data
Balance
Power supply
Input voltage
Power consumption
IP protection for models
with a readability of * 10 mg
Environmental conditions
Environment
Ambient temperature:
Storage and shipping
Ambient temperature: Operation*
Elevation
Highest relative humidity**
100 – 240 V~, –15%/+10%, 50 – 60 Hz, 1.0 A
15 V, 5%, 2.66 A (max.), protected electronically against short circuit
Protection class II as per EN/IEC 60950-1 | up to 3000 m above sea level |
IP40 as per EN 60529/IEC 60529
Two-sided plug with a 3-pin country-specific power plug and 3-pin socket
(IEC/EN60320-1/C14) for connection to the power supply
See the power supply label
Only via Sartorius adaptor 6971987
15 VDC, 5%
7 W (max.)
IP54 as per EN 60529/IEC 60529
For indoor use only
-10 °C ... +60 °C
+5 °C ... +40 °C
2000 m above sea level
80% for temperatures up to 31°C, decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity for 40°C
Safety of electrical equipment
According to EN 61010-1:2001
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use - Part 1: general requirements
Electromagnetic compatibility
According to EN 61326-1:2006
Electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use EMC requirements - Part 1: general requirements
Suitable for use in industrial areas
Class B (suitable for use in residential areas and areas that are connected to a low
voltage network that also supplies residential buildings).
Defined immunity to interference:
Interference emission:
Standard equipment
Selectable weight units
Available application programs
Grams, Kilograms, Carats, Pounds, ounces, troy ounces, Hong Kong tael,
Singapore tael, Taiwanese tael, grains, pennyweights, milligrams,
parts per pound, Chinese tael, mommes, Austrian carats, tola, baht and mesghal
Changing unit, counting, weighing in percent, calculation, averaging (animal
weighing), density determination, totalizing, net-total formulation
CE model balances verified for use in legal metrology comply with the requirements of Council Directive No. 90/384/EEC
(2009/23/EC) with EN45501:1992 and OIML R76:2006.
* For -.CE model balances/scales verified for use in legal metrology, refer to the information on the balance/scale.
** For -.CE model balances/scales verified for use in legal metrology, the legal regulations apply.
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Technical Specifications
Model-specific Data
Microbalances 0.001mg
Model
Readability
Weighing capacity
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Corner load (test load [g])1)
Min. initial weight2)
Sensitivity drift between +10 to +30°C
Typical stabilization time
Typical measurement time
External standard calibration value
(of at least accuracy class...)
Display result
(depending on the set filter level)
Weighing pan size Weighing chamber height
Protection
Ultramicrobalances 0.0001mg
Model
Readability
Weighing capacity
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Corner load (test load [g])1)
Min. initial weight2)
Sensitivity drift between +10 to +30°C
Typical stabilization time
Typical measurement time
External standard calibration value
(min. accuracy class)
Display result
(depending on the set filter level)
Weighing pan size Weighing chamber height
Protection
1)
2)
mg
g
g
±mg
±mg
μg
mg
±ppm/K
s
s
g
mm
mm
mg
g
g
±mg
±mg
μg
mg
±ppm/K
s
s
g
mm
mm
MSE6.6S
0.001
6.1
-6.1
0.001
0.004
4 (2 g)
2
1
5
8
5 (E2)
MSE6.6S-F
0.001
6.1
-6.1
0.001
0.004
4 (2 g)
–
1
5
8
5 (E2)
0.1 – 0.4
0.1 – 0.4
30
50/30
70
15
Protected against dust and water
MSE2.7S
0.0001
2.1
–2.1
0.00025
0.0009
0.5 (1 g)
1
1
7
10
2 (E2)
MSE2.7S-F
0.0001
2.1
–2.1
0.00025
0.0009
0.5 (1 g)
–
1
2 (E2)
0.1 – 0.4
0.1 – 0.4
20
50/20 1)
70
15
Protected against dust and water
= Standard pan
= Typical min. initial weighing according to USP (United States Pharmacopeia), USP31-NF26
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MSE3.6P
0.001/0.002/0.005
1.1/2.1/3.1
-3.1
0.003/0.004/0.005
0.004
5 (1 g)
4
1
5
8
3 (E2)
0.1 – 0.4
30
70
Technical Specifications
Model-specific Data
Semi-microbalances 0.01 mg
Model
Readability
Weighing capacity
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
MSE225S
0.01
220
– 220
0 to 6 g: 0.015
60 to 220 g: 0.025
±mg 0.1
mg
0.15 (100)
mg
20
±ppm/K 1
s
2
s
6
g
200 (E2)
mg
g
g
±mg
Linearity
Corner load (test load [g])
Min. initial weight*
Sensitivity drift between +10 to +30°C
Typical stabilization time
Typical measurement time
External standard calibration value
(min. accuracy class)
Display result
(depending on the set filter level)
Weighing pan size (W D)
mm
Weighing chamber height (draft shield DU) mm
Protection
MSE225P
0.01/0.02/0.05
60/120/220
– 220
0 to 6 g: 0.015
60 to 220 g: 0.04
0.15
0.2 (100)
20
1
2
6
200 (E2)
MSE125P
0.01/0.1
60/120
– 120
0 to 6 g: 0.015
60 to 120 g: 0.06
0.15
0.15 (50)
20
1
2
6
100 (E2)
0.2 – 0.4
85 85
261
Protected against dust and water
* = Typical min. initial weighing according to USP (Unites States Pharmacopeia), USP31-NF26
Analytical balances 0.1 mg
Model
Readability
Weighing capacity
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Corner load (test load [g])
Min. initial weight*
Sensitivity drift between +10 to +30°C
Typical stabilization time
Typical measurement time
External standard calibration value
(min. accuracy class)
Display result
(depending on the set filter level)
Weighing pan size (W D)
Weighing chamber height (draft shield DU)
Protection
MSE524S
mg
0.1
g
520
g
– 520
<±mg 0.1
<±mg 0.4
mg
0.3 (200)
mg
120
±ppm/K 1
s
<1
s
<3
g
500
(E2)
mm
mm
MSE524P MSE324S
0.1/0.2/0.5 0.1
120/240/520 320
– 520
– 320
0.15/0.2/0.4 0.1
0.5
0.3
0.4 (200)
0.3 (200)
120
120
1
1
<1
<1
<3
<3
500
200+100
(E2)
(E2)
MSE224S
0.1
220
– 220
0.07
0.2
0.2 (100)
120
1
<1
<3
200 (E2)
MSE324P
0.1/0.2/0.5
80/160/320
– 320
0.1/0.2/0.4
0.5
0.4 (200)
120
1
<1
<3
200+100
(E2)
MSE124S
0.1
120
– 120
0.1
0.2
0.2 (50)
120
1
<1
<3
100 (E2)
0.1 – 0.4
85 85
261
Protected against dust and water
* = Position according to OIML R76
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Technical Specifications
Model-specific Data
Precision balances
Models
Readability
Weighing capacity
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Corner load (test load [g])
Min. initial weight*
Sensitivity drift between +10 to +30°C
Typical stabilization time
Typical measurement time
External standard calibration value
(min. accuracy class)
Display result
(depending on the set filter level)
Weighing pan size (W D)
Weighing chamber height
(draft shield DE)
Protection
MSE5203S
mg
1
g
5,200
g
– 5,200
±mg 1
±mg 5
mg
2 (2,000)
g
1.5
±ppm/K 1
s
1
s
2
g
5,000
mm
mm
MSE5203P
1/2/5
1,200/2,400/5,200
– 5,200
1
5
2 (2,000)
1.5
1
1
2
5,000
MSE3203S
1
3,200
– 3,200
1
5
2 (1,000)
1.5
1
1
2
2,000
0.1 – 0.4
140 140
172
Protected against dust and water
* = Position according to OIML R76
Models
Readability
Weighing capacity
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Corner load (test load [g])
Min. initial weight*
Sensitivity drift between +10 to +30°C
Typical stabilization time
Typical measurement time
External standard calibration value
(min. accuracy class)
Display result
(depending on the set filter level)
Weighing pan size (W D)
Weighing chamber height
(draft shield DE)
Protection
* = Position according to OIML R76
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MSE2203S
mg
1
g
2,200
g
– 2,200
±mg 1
±mg 3
mg
2 (1,000)
g
1.5
±ppm/K 1
s
1
s
1.5
g
2,000 (E2)
mm
mm
MSE2203P
1/10
1,010/2,200
– 2,200
1/6
5
3 (1,000)
1.5
1
1
1.5
1,000 (E2)
0.1 – 0.4
140 140
172
Protected against dust and water
MSE1203S
1
1,200
– 1,200
0.7
2
2 (500)
1.5
1.5
1
1.5
1,000 (E2)
MSE3203P
1/10
1,010/3,200
– 3,200
1/6
5
2 (1,000)
1.5
1
1
1.5
2,000 (E2)
Technical Specifications
Model-specific Data
Precision balances
Models
Readability
Weighing capacity
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Corner load (test load [g])
Min. initial weight*
Sensitivity drift between +10 to +30°C
Typical stabilization time
Typical measurement time
External standard calibration value
(min. accuracy class)
Display result
(depending on the set filter level)
Weighing pan size (W D)
Weighing chamber height
(draft shield DE)
Protection
MSE623S
mg
1
g
620
g
– 620
±mg 0.7
±mg 2
mg
2 (200)
g
1.5
±ppm/K 2
s
0.8
s
1
g
500 (E2)
mm
mm
MSE623P
1/2/5
150/300/620
– 620
1/2/4
5
4 (200)
1.5
2
0.8
1
500 (F1)
MSE323S
1
320
– 320
0.7
2
2 (200)
1.5
2
0.8
1
200 (E2)
0.1 – 0.4
140 140
172
Protected against dust and water
* = Position according to OIML R76
Models
Readability
Weighing capacity
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Corner load (test load [g])
Min. initial weight*
Sensitivity drift between +10 to +30°C
Typical stabilization time
Typical measurement time
External standard calibration value
(min. accuracy class)
Display result
(depending on the set filter level)
Weighing pan size (W D)
IP protection
MSE14202S
mg
10
g
14,200
g
–14,200
±mg 10
±mg 30
mg
20 (5,000)
g
15
±ppm/K 1.5
s
1
s
1.5
kg
10 (E2)
mm
MSE14202P
10/20/50
3,500/7,000/14,200
–14,200
10/20/40
50
40 (5,000)
15
1.5
1
1.5
10 (E2)
MSE10202S
10
10,200
–10,200
7
20
20 (5,000)
12
2
1
1.5
10 (E2)
MSE8202S
10
8,200
–8,200
7
20
20 (5,000)
12
2
1
1.5
5 (E2)
0.1 – 0.4
206 206
IP54
* = Position according to OIML R76
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Technical Specifications
Model-specific Data
Precision balances
Mo