6/4C/306 Zebra Technologies Model MP7012 Weighing Instrument

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Certificate of Approval
NMI 6/4C/306
Issued by the Chief Metrologist under Regulation 60
of the
National Measurement Regulations 1999
This is to certify that an approval for use for trade has been granted in respect of the
instruments herein described.
Zebra Technologies Model MP7012 Weighing Instrument
submitted by
Zebra Technologies Australia Pty Ltd
Brandon Office Park
Building 5, L1, 540 Springvale Road
Glen Waverley, VIC 3150
NOTE: This Certificate relates to the suitability of the pattern of the instrument for
use for trade only in respect of its metrological characteristics. This Certificate does
not constitute or imply any guarantee of compliance by the manufacturer or any
other person with any requirements regarding safety.
This approval has been granted with reference to document NMI R 76, Nonautomatic weighing instruments, Parts 1 and 2, dated October 2015.
This approval becomes subject to review on 1/10/22, and then every
5 years thereafter.
DOCUMENT HISTORY
Rev
0
Reason/Details
Pattern & variants 1 to 5 approved – certificate issued
Date
13/09/17
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CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
General
Instruments purporting to comply with this approval shall be marked with pattern
approval number ‘NMI 6/4C/306’ and only by persons authorised by the submittor.
It is the submittor’s responsibility to ensure that all instruments marked with this
approval number are constructed as described in the documentation lodged with the
National Measurement Institute (NMI) and with the relevant Certificate of Approval
and Technical Schedule. Failure to comply with this Condition may attract penalties
under Section 19B of the National Measurement Act and may result in cancellation
or withdrawal of the approval, in accordance with document NMI P 106.
Auxiliary devices used with this instrument shall comply with the requirements of
General Supplementary Certificate No S1/0B.
Signed by a person authorised by the Chief Metrologist to exercise
their powers under Regulation 60 of the National Measurement
Regulations 1999.
Darryl Hines
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TECHNICAL SCHEDULE No 6/4C/306
1.
Description of Pattern
approved on 13/09/17
A Zebra Technologies model MP7012 (#) class
multi-interval self-indicating nonautomatic weighing instrument (Figures 1 to 3) with a verification scale interval e1 of
0.002 kg up to 6 kg and with a verification scale interval e2 of 0.005 kg from 6 kg to
the maximum capacity of 15 kg.
(#)
The third digit of the model number (70X2) may be numerals other than ‘0’,
but it represents features which are not metrologically significant.
Instruments are fitted with one or two Zebra Technologies model MX 201 single
display or one Zebra Technologies model MX 202 dual display mounted on a
column (Figure 2). Instruments are marked ‘NOT FOR TRADING DIRECT WITH
THE PUBLIC’ (or similar wording) unless two displays are present or unless the
single display is located such that all primary indications are clearly and
simultaneously displayed to both the vendor and the customer.
Instruments may be fitted with a Flintec 20-MP7-M30-03 digital load cell of 30 kg
maximum capacity. The long platter size is 279 mm × 397 mm.
Instruments may be fitted with an extended (vertical) weighing platform attachment,
which is part of the ‘live’ weight receptor, as shown in Figure 1.
Instruments are approved for use over a temperature range of 0 oC to +40 oC and
must be so marked.
Instruments use a Zebra Technologies model SAWA-56-41612A, 12 V DC, 4.16 A
AC/DC power supply; the submittor should be consulted regarding the acceptability
of alternatives.
Instruments may be fitted with output sockets (output interfacing capability) for the
connection of auxiliary and/or peripheral devices.
1.1
Zero
A zero-tracking device may be fitted.
The initial zero-setting device of the pattern has a nominal range of not more than
20% of the maximum capacity of the instrument.
The instrument has a semi-automatic zero-setting device with a nominal range of
not more than 4% of the maximum capacity of the instrument.
The instrument has an automatic zero-setting device with a nominal range of not
more than -2% of the maximum capacity of the instrument.
1.2
Display Check
A display check is initiated whenever power is applied.
1.3
Scanner
Instruments are provided with an integral image scanner for reading bar codes.
1.4
Levelling
The instrument is intended to be installed in a fixed position (e.g. a supermarket
check-out) and hence is not fitted with adjustable feet.
1.5
Verification Provision
Provision is made for the application of a verification mark.
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1.6
Interfaces
Instruments may be fitted with interfaces for the connection of auxiliary and/or
peripheral devices. Any interfaces shall comply with clause 5.3.6 of document NMI
R76 (the basic intent of which is that it shall not be possible to alter weighing results
via the interfaces).
Any measurement data output from the instrument or its interfaces shall only be
used for trade in compliance with Supplementary Certificate No S1/0/B (in particular
in regard to the data and its format).
Instruments may be fitted with serial data interface RS-232, IBM 485 interface, USB
interface, POS interface and Checkpoint or Sensormatic EAS interlock interface.
1.7
Sealing Provision
Access to allow changing of set-up parameters including calibration parameters is
protected by a particular sequence and combination of keys.
The instrument is sealed by recording the audit trail counters on verification.
The instrument automatically increments a configuration and/or calibration value
(audit trail number) each time the instrument is re-configured and/or calibrated.
The value(s) of these counters may be recorded on a destructible adhesive label
attached to the instrument (e.g. as Cxxx, Pyyy).
Any subsequent alteration to the calibration or configuration will be evident as the
recorded values and the current counter values will differ.
The instructions for accessing the calibration and configuration audit trail are as
follows (starting from the normal weighing mode):
•
Press and hold the ‘ZERO’ key for three seconds until the Cxxx and Pyyy are
seen on the remote display.
•
Release the ‘ZERO’ key to return to the normal weighing mode.
1.8
Descriptive Markings and Notices
Instruments carry the following markings:
Manufacturer’s mark, or name written in full
Indication of accuracy class
Pattern approval mark for the instrument
Maximum capacity
Minimum capacity
Verification scale interval
Special temperature limits
Serial number of the instrument
#1
Zebra Technologies Corp.
NMI 6/4C/306
Max .......... g or kg #1
Min ........... g or kg #1
e = ........... g or kg #1
0 oC to +40 oC
………..
These markings are also shown near the display of the result if they are not
already located there.
Note:
For multi-interval instruments the markings shall be as above, with the exception
that the ‘Maximum capacity’ and ‘Verification scale interval’ shall be marked for both
interval ranges, e.g. as follows:
Maximum capacity
Max ...../..... g or kg
Verification scale interval
e = ....../...... g or kg
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1.9
Software
The software is designated version 1.04F.
The instructions for accessing the software version are as follows (starting from the
normal weighing mode):
•
Press and hold the ‘ZERO’ key for three seconds until the software version is
seen on the remote display.
•
Release the ‘ZERO’ key to return to the normal weighing mode.
2.
Description of Variant 1
approved on 13/09/17
The model Zebra Technologies MP7011 (#) which is similar to the pattern but is a
single interval instrument of 15 kg maximum capacity with a verification scale
interval of 0.005 kg. Instruments may be fitted with a Flintec 20-MP7-M30-01 digital
load cell of 30 kg maximum capacity.
(#)
The third digit of the model number (70X1) may be numerals other than ‘0’,
but it represents features which are not metrologically significant.
3.
Description of Variant 2
approved on 13/09/17
The pattern and variants having a shorter, 279 mm × 327 mm, scale platter for
medium sized instruments (Figure 3). Medium sized instruments may be fitted with
adjustable feet in which case the instrument is levelled and then installed in a fixed
position.
4.
Description of Variant 3
approved on 13/09/17
The model Zebra Technologies MP70X1 & MP70X2 series which is similar to the
pattern and variants except that it has an optional customer side scanner (Figure 4).
5.
Description of Variant 4
approved on 13/09/17
Any model of the Zebra Technologies MP70X1 & MP70X2 series may be fitted with
a Checkpoint or Sensormatic (EAS) deactivation antenna beneath the scale platter.
6.
Description of Variant 5
approved on 13/09/17
Any model of the Zebra Technologies MP70X1 & MP70X2 series may be fitted with
a Motorola model MX 201 or MX 202 display.
TEST PROCEDURE No 6/4C/306
Instruments shall be tested in accordance with any relevant tests specified in the
National Instrument Test Procedures.
The instrument shall not be adjusted to anything other than as close as practical to
zero error, even when these values are within the maximum permissible errors.
Maximum Permissible Errors
The maximum permissible errors are specified in Schedule 1 of the National Trade
Measurement Regulations 2009.
Tests
Ensure that instruments are only being used within the special temperature limits
stated elsewhere in this Technical Schedule.
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FIGURE 6/4C/306 – 1
(a) Zebra Technologies Model MP70X1 & MP70X2 Series Weighing Instruments
Long Version (Pattern)
(b) Zebra Technologies MP70X1 & MP70X2 Series With Load Receptor Plate
Removed (Pattern)
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FIGURE 6/4C/306 – 2
(a) Zebra Technologies Model MX 202 Dual Display
(b) Zebra Technologies Model MX 201 Single Display
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FIGURE 6/4C/306 – 3
Zebra Technologies Model MP70X1 & MP70X2 Series Weighing Instruments
Medium Version (Variant 2)
FIGURE 6/4C/306 – 4
Zebra Technologies Model MP70X1 & MP70X2 Series With Optional Customer
Side Scanner
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