SAC / SHC / SHC-CH SERIES
HIGH PRECISION COUNTING SCALE
OPERATION MANUAL
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE
ATTEMPT TO OPERATE THE SCALE
July 2008 Rev 1
Specifications subject to change without prior
notice
CONTENTS
1. INSTALLATION
2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.2
MINIMUM PIECES, WEIGHT APPLIED & SAMPLE
SIZE WEIGHT SPECIFICATIONS
3. KEYBOARDS, PANEL LAYOUT AND DESCRIPTION
4. SCALE SETUP
5. INSTRUCTION FOR USE
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
7. ERROR CODES AND DESCRIPTIONS
8. DAILY CARE AND MAINTENANCE
1. INSTALLATION
CAUTION:
a. This is a precision measuring device, handle
with extreme care.
b. Allow 2 minutes for warm up before operating.
1.1
CHECK
and
make
sure
that
the
following
accessories are included:
a. This operation manual
b. Scale x 1
c. Platter x 1
d. Power adaptor x 1
Contact your dealer if any items are missing.
1.2 INSERT the platter onto the scale carefully. No
excessive force is required.
1.3 POWER THE SCALE ON
a. Before
plugging
the
power
adaptor
into
an
electricity outlet, check and make sure that the
input voltage of power adaptor matches with the
output voltage of the outlet. If not, do not
plug in and contact your dealer immediately.
b. Before first time use, plug the main adaptor
into the power outlet and charge the scale for
at least 8 hours.
1.4
RETAIN
the
packing
materials
for
future
transportation purposes.
CAUTION:
In some countries, this unit is required by law to
be sealed (or stamped) and bearing a serial number.
Do
not
serial
break
affixed
or
to
remove
this
the
seal
scale.
(or
Such
stamp)
actions
or
may
offense the law and void the warranty. Contact your
dealer for more information or after sales service.
For most accurate result, do not use this scale
when
environment
conditions
fall
beyond
those
listed in SPECIFICATIONS.
Do not attempt to open this unit or conduct any
fault finding other than those listed in TROUBLE
SHOOTING.
2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Metric Unit
Model No.
Max1/e1
Max2/e2
Max3/e3
SAC-7.5C
1500g/0.1g
3000g/0.2g
7500g/0.5g
SAC-15C
3000g/0.2g
7500g/0.5g
15000g/1g
SAC-30C
7500g/0.5g
15000g/1g
30000g/2g
SAC-60C
15000g/1g
30000g/2g
60000g/5g
Platter
Size
Power
Source
Operation
Environment
230 x 345mm All Stainless Steel
Built-in Rechargeable or Power
Adaptor
0o~40oC(32o~104oF), Non-condensed
R.H.≤85%
Imperial Unit
Model No.
Max1/e1
Max2/e2
Max3/e3
SAC-7.5C
3lb/
0.0002lb
7.5lb/
0.0005lb
15lb/
0.001lb
SAC-15C
5lb/
0.0005lb
15lb/
0.001lb
30lb/
0.002lb
SAC-30C
10lb/
0.001lb
30lb/
0.002lb
60lb/
0.005lb
SAC-60C
30lb/
0.002lb
75lb/
0.005lb
150lb/
0.01lb
Specifications subject to change without notice
Metric Unit
Model No.
Capacity / Readability
SHC-1.5C
1500g / 0.05g
SHC-3C
3000g / 0.1g
SHC-6C
6000g / 0.2g
SHC-15C
15kg / 0.5g
SHC-30C
30kg / 1g
SHC-60C
60kg / 2g
Platter
Size
230 x 345mm All Stainless Steel or
180 x 292mm for small capacities
Power
Source
Operation
Environment
Built-in Rechargeable or Power
Adaptor
0o~40oC(32o~104oF), Non-condensed
R.H.≤85%
Imperial Unit
Model No.
Capacity / Readability
SHC-1.5C
3 lb / 0.0001 lb
SHC-3C
6 lb / 0.0002 lb
SHC-6C
12 lb / 0.0005 lb
SHC-15C
24 lb / 0.001 lb
SHC-30C
60 lb / 0.002 lb
SHC-60C
120 lb / 0.005 lb
Specifications subject to change without notice
Metric Unit
Model No.
Capacity / Readability
SHC-3CH
3000g / 0.05g
SHC-6CH
6000g / 0.1g
SHC-12CH
12kg / 0.2g
SHC-30CH
30kg / 0.5g
SHC-60CH
60kg / 1g
Platter
Size
230 x 345mm All Stainless Steel or
180 x 292mm for small capacities
Power
Source
Operation
Environment
Built-in Rechargeable or Power
Adaptor
0o~40oC(32o~104oF), Non-condensed
R.H.≤85%
Imperial Unit
Model No.
SHC-3CH
Capacity / Readability
6 lb / 0.0001 lb
SHC-6CH
12 lb / 0.0002 lb
SHC-12CH
24 lb / 0.0005 lb
SHC-30CH
60 lb / 0.001 lb
SHC-60CH
120 lb / 0.002 lb
Specifications subject to change without notice
2.2
MINIMUM PIECES, WEIGHT
SAMPLE
SIZE WEIGHT SPECIFICATIONS
APPLIED
Metric Unit
Model No.
Recommended Minimum
Piece Weight
SAC-7.5C
0.05g
Weight
Applied
2g
Sample Size
Weight
2g
SAC-15C
0.1g
4g
4g
SAC-30C
0.25g
10g
10g
SAC-60C
0.5g
20g
20g
Imperial Unit
Model No.
Recommended Minimum
Piece Weight
SAC-7.5C
0.0001lb
Weight
Applied
0.004lb
Sample Size
Weight
0.004lb
SAC-15C
0.00025lb
0.01lb
0.01lb
SAC-30C
0.0005lb
0.02lb
0.02lb
SAC-60C
0.001lb
0.04lb
0.04lb
&
Specifications subject to change without notice
Metric Unit
Model No.
Recommended Minimum
Piece Weight
SHC-1.5C
0.025g
Weight
Applied
1g
Sample Size
Weight
1g
SHC-3C
0.05g
2g
2g
SHC-6C
0.1g
4g
4g
SHC-15C
0.25g
10g
10g
SHC-30C
0.5g
20g
20g
SHC-60C
1g
40g
40g
Imperial Unit
Model No.
Recommended Minimum
Piece Weight
SHC-1.5C
0.00005lb
Weight
Applied
0.002lb
Sample Size
Weight
0.002lb
SHC-3C
0.0001lb
0.004lb
0.004lb
SHC-6C
0.00025lb
0.01lb
0.01lb
SHC-15C
0.0005lb
0.02lb
0.02lb
SHC-30C
0.001lb
0.04lb
0.04lb
SHC-60C
0.0025lb
0.1lb
0.1lb
Specifications subject to change without notice
Metric Unit
Model No.
Recommended Minimum
Piece Weight
SHC-3CH
0.025g
Weight
Applied
1g
Sample Size
Weight
1g
SHC-6CH
0.05g
2g
2g
SHC-12CH
0.1g
4g
4g
SHC-30CH
0.25g
10g
10g
SHC-60CH
0.5g
20g
20g
Imperial Unit
Model No.
Recommended Minimum
Piece Weight
SHC-3CH
0.00005lb
Weight
Applied
0.002lb
Sample Size
Weight
0.002lb
SHC-6CH
0.0001lb
0.004lb
0.004lb
SHC-15CH
0.00025lb
0.01lb
0.01lb
SHC-30CH
0.0005lb
0.02lb
0.02lb
SHC-60CH
0.001lb
0.04lb
0.04lb
Specifications subject to change without notice
3. KEYBOARDS & PANEL LAYOUT AND
DESCRIPTION
KEYS DESCRIPTION
1. ON/ZERO KEY
Press this key to turn scale on or set weight to
zero.
Refer
to
SPECIFICATIONS
for
maximum
to
the
weight
zero
range.
2. TARE KEY
Press
this
key
tare
off
of
a
container. Refer to SPECIFICATIONS for maximum tare
range.
3. NUMERIC AND DECIMAL KEYS
Press
these
keys
to
attain
the
desired
numeric
value.
4. OFF KEY
Press this key to turn scale off.
5. CLEAR KEY
Press this key to clear the numeric figure entered
6. UNIT PIECE WEIGHT SET KEY
Press this key to enter a unit piece weight.
7. NUMBER SET KEY
Press this key to enter the number of pieces on
platter.
8. CHECK KEY
Press this key to set upper weight and quantity
check limit.
9. M+ KEY
Press
this
key
to
add
current
total
count
to
memory.
Note: When the WEIGHT PANEL shows a negative value,
the total count will still give a positive count
value.
The quantity is still added to memory when
M+ key is pressed.
10.
MR KEY
Press this key to recall accumulated results.
11. PLU KEYS
Press this key to set/recall a unit piece weight
to/from a PLU.
INDICATORS DESCRIPTION
12. ZERO INDICATOR
When
a
zero
weight
is
detected,
an
arrow
will
appear and point at this indicator.
13. NET WEIGHT INDICATOR
When the tare function is in operation, an arrow
will appear and point at this indicator. The weight
being
displayed
on
the
WEIGHT
PANEL
is
a
net
weight.
14. LO-BAT INDICATOR
This indicator turns on when the battery inside
scale
is
low.
Recharge
the
scale
immediately.
Failure to do so may cause unrecoverable damage to
the battery.
15. LOW UNIT WEIGHT INDICATOR
An arrow will appear and point at this indicator
when the unit piece weight applied/detected is less
than the recommended minimum piece weight as listed
on 2.2.
16. LOW SAMPLE SIZE INDICATOR
An arrow will appear and point at this indicator
when the sample size applied/detected is less than
the recommended minimum sample size as listed on
2.2.
17. M+ INDICATOR
This indicator will appear when memory contains of
transaction data.
18. CHARGING INDICATOR
This indicator shows battery recharge status.
Red color: Battery is being charged
Green color: Recharge completed
PANELS DESCRIPTION
19. WEIGHT PANEL
The current weight detected is shown here.
20. UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
The
current
unit
piece
weight
entered
is
shown
here.
21. TOTAL COUNT PANEL
Total count of the current transactions is shown
here.
4. SCALE SETUP
4.1 PLACE THE SCALE
Place this unit on a hard and strong surface,
where is free from RF interference, vibration,
fire,
airflow,
direct
sunlight
and
excessive
moisture.
For most accurate weighing result, always place
this
unit
on
a
level
surface.
If
necessary,
adjust the adjustable feet underneath the scale
to obtain a level condition.
4.2 TURN SCALE ON AND OFF
Press ON/ZERO to turn scale on or press OFF to turn
scale off.
4.3 BACKLIGHT SETTINGS
4.3.1 Turn backlight on: - Power Saving Mode
a. Turn scale on
b.
Press and hold 1
c. Backlight is turned on
NOTE: Under this Power Saving Mode, backlight will
automatically turn off after weight displayed is
unchanged
for
about
20
seconds
or
when
a
zero
weight remains unchanged for about 10 seconds.
Backlight will be turned on again by pressing any
key or when a new weight is detected.
4.3.2 Turn backlight on: - Without Power Saving
Mode
a. Turn scale on
b.
Press and hold 2
c. Backlight is turned on
NOTE: Backlight under this mode will remain lit on
until manually turned off.
4.3.3 Turn backlight off
Press and hold 0 until backlight is turned off
4.4. INTERNAL FUNCTIONS SETTINGS
6 internal functions1 are available. They are:
F0
To set motion filter when at zero
F1
Check offset value
F2
Check display segments
F3
Check span value
F4
Set auto power off
F6
To set motion filter when weighing
4.4.1 How to Enter the Functions Required
a.
Turn scale on by pressing ON/ZERO, then press
and
hold
NUMBER
SET
before
scale
completes
counting down
b.
c.
The WEIGHT PANEL shows F1
Press
NUMBER
SET
until
the
desired
function
number appears
d.
Press @WT/SET to enter selection
e. Press M+ to save and quit to normal operation
status
4.4.2 Set Zero Motion Filter (F0)
To ensure the best performance under poor operating
environment, this scale can set motion filter when
at zero. Follow the below steps to set the motion
1
F1 and F4 are for qualified service personnel only. May be disable as requested by
metrological legislation of certain countries.
filter.
a.
b.
c.
Refer to step a to c in 4.4.1 and select F.0
Press @WT/SET to enter
WEIGHT panel shows
F0 and
UNIT WEIGHT panel
shows ZEro_0
d.
e.
f.
Press @WT/SET to select from ZEro_0 to ZEro_4
Press NUMBER SET to confirm
Press M+ to restart the scale
4.4.3 Check Display Segments (F2)
a.
b.
Refer to the 4.4.1 on how to enter F2
Press @WT/SET
c. All display segments will be lighted up
d. Check digits and arrow indications of all 3
panels to verify any defects or errors
e.
Press CLEAR to quit
4.4.4 Set Auto Power Off Status (F4)
This unit is equipped with AUTO POWER OFF function.
Default setting = auto off after 4 minutes unused.
Follow the below steps to disable/employ the AUTO
POWER OFF function.
a. Refer to the 4.4.1 on how to enter F4
b. Press @WT/SET to shift between 0_OFF and 4_OFF
-To disable the AUTO POWER OFF function, press
NUMBER SET when display shows “0-OFF”
-To employ the AUTO POWER OFF function, press
NUMBER SET when display shows “4-OFF”
c. Scale display F6
d. Press M+ to restart the scale
4.4.5 Set Weighing Motion Filter (F6)
The
weighing
motion
filter
gives
a
more
stable
result when the operating environment is in a poor
condition. Follow the below steps to set the motion
filter.
a.
b.
c.
Refer to step a to c in 4.4.1 and select F.6
Press @WT/SET to enter
WEIGHT panel shows F6 and UNIT WEIGHT panel
shows Filt_0
d.
e.
f.
Press @WT/SET to select from Filt_0 to Filt_4
Press NUMBER SET to confirm
Press M+ to restart the scale
5. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Before using, allow 2 minutes for warm up.
5.1
ZERO
UNLOADED
THE
WEIGHT
DISPLAYED
WHEN
If ZERO INDICATOR does not appear when the unit is
not loaded, press ON/ZERO to set weight displayed
to zero. Refer to SPECIFICATIONS for maximum zero
range.
5.2 TARE FUNCTION
5.2.1
Actual Tare Method
a. Place a container onto the platter
b. Press TARE to tare off the weight of this
container
c. After TARE is pressed, zero weight will be
displayed and the NET WEIGHT INDICATOR appears.
5.2.2 Pre Tare Method
a. Enter the pre-tare weight value through numeric
keys
b.
c.
Press TARE
After TARE is pressed, a minus pre-tare weight
will be displayed and the NET WEIGHT INDICATOR
appears
5.2.3 Clear Weight of a Container from Memory
a. Remove all loads from platter
b.
c.
Press TARE
NET
WEIGHT
INDICATOR
disappears
and
weight
value resides in memory is now erased
5.3 PLACE A LOAD
Always
place
Shock/excessive
a
load
onto
force
may
the
platter
cause
gently.
irrecoverable
damage to the weight sensor inside. It is a good
practice
to
remove
all
loads
from
platter
immediately after weighed. This would prolong the
lifetime of the weight sensor.
5.4 WEIGHING APPLICATIONS
Before weighing, make sure that the ZERO INDICATOR
is on. Should a container is used, refer 5.2 for
how to tare off the weight of the container.
Place an object on platter and the weight of it is
displayed on WEIGHT PANEL.
For best weighing result, refer to SPECIFICATIONS
for recommended minimum weight to be applied.
5.5 UNIT PIECE WEIGHT2: - THE FOUNDATION OF
2
For best counting result, refer to 2.2 MINIMUM PIECES, WEIGHT
APPLIED & SAMPLE SIZE WEIGHT SPECIFICATIONS for recommended
minimum piece weight and sample size.
COUNTING
Unit piece weight can be entered or obtained by
either of the following methods:
a. By Direct entry method when the unit piece
weight is known, or
b. By Sampling method when the unit piece weight is
not known
5.5.a
a.
b.
Procedures of Direct Entry Method3
Refer to 5.1 and 5.2 for zero and tare
Enter
the
unit
piece
weight
and
confirm
by
pressing @WT/SET. The unit piece weight is now
displayed on the UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
NOTE:
Under
ENHANCEMENT
this
method,
FUNCTION
will
the
be
AUTO
PIECE
disabled
WEIGHT
for
same
subsequent counting.
5.5.b
a.
Procedures of Sampling Method
Refer to 5.1 and 5.2 for zero and tare
b. Place a sample with known quantity on platter
c.
Enter the quantity of the sample through the
numeric keypad and confirm by pressing NUMBER
SET
d.
The scale will automatically determine the unit
piece weight. The unit piece weight will then
3
When the individual unit piece weight is not standardized, it
is strongly recommended that unit piece weight should be
obtained through Sample method as described in 5.5.b.
be displayed on the UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
e. Sampling process is now completed
5.6 AUTO PIECE WEIGHT ENHANCEMENT FUNCTION
In order to obtain the best counting result and to
avoid and minimize sampling error, this scale is
equipped with AUTO UNIT PIECE WEIGHT ENHANCEMENT
FUNCTION.
This function will automatically be employed when
the
unit
piece
weight
is
obtained
through
the
sampling method as described in 5.5.b.
5.6.1
How
AUTO
UNIT
PIECE
WEIGHT
ENHANCEMENT
FUNCTION Works
After a unit piece weight is obtained by methods as
described in 5.5.b, then place more loads onto the
platter. The new quantity will be shown on the
TOTAL COUNT PANEL.
The
AUTO
will
UNIT
update
PIECE
the
WEIGHT
unit
ENHANCEMENT
piece
weight
FUNCTION
if
both
requirements of below are met:
a. The quantity added to platter is more than 4
pieces, and
b. The quantity added to platter is less than 100%
of previous maximum counts previously attained
from the same transaction.
If the above requirements are met, a new unit piece
weight will be displayed on the UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
and confirmed by an audio "beep".
AUTO UNIT PIECE WEIGHT ENHANCEMENT FUNCTION will be
terminated when a zero weight is detected during
the transaction process.
5.7. WARNING INDICATORS
5.7.1 LOW UNIT WEIGHT INDICATOR
This indicator appears when the unit piece weight
is less than the recommended minimum piece weight
as listed on 2.2.
This means that the unit piece weight is too light
to generate accurate counting results. Use another
counting scale with a lower e 1 value as listed on
2.1 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS.
Should a counting scale with better resolution is
not available. Counting operations may proceed but
greater tolerance on counting results has to be
allowed.
5.7.2 LOW SAMPLE SIZE INDICATOR
This
indicator
appears
when
the
sample
weight
applied is less than the recommended minimum sample
size weight as listed on 2.2.
This means that the sample size is not sufficient
to generate accurate counting results. Increase the
number
of
the
sample
size
until
this
indicator
turns off.
Should increasing the sample size is not possible.
Counting
operations
may
proceed
but
greater
tolerance on counting results has to be allowed.
5.8 COUNTING APPLICATION
a.
b.
Refer to 5.1 and 5.2 for zero and tare
Obtain unit piece weight through either methods
as listed on 5.5
c. Step by step add more load onto the platter (or
remove part of the load from the platter)
d. The latest weight, unit piece weight and total
quantity
would
be
displayed
on
the
corresponding panel
5.9 MEMORY FUNCTIONS
5.9.1 Accumulated Counting Transaction
a.
b.
Obtain a transaction result through 5.8
Press
M+
to
save
weight
and
total
count
to
memory
c.
Scale
displays
"tOt.01"
on
the
UNIT
WEIGHT
PANEL, 01 denotes as the first memory entered.
The
weight
and
total
count
of
current
transaction are saved to memory
d.
The
M+
INDICATOR
appears
to
indicate
that
memory is now containing data
e. Repeat
above
steps
for
subsequent
counting
transactions
NOTE 1: If no unit piece weight is applied, only
weight data will be saved to memory.
5.9.2 Adding Quantity to Memory Manually
Follow
the
below
procedures
to
add
quantity
to
memory
a. Remove all loads from platter
b. Make sure that the ZERO INDICATOR appear and the
NET INDICATOR disappears
c. Enter the desired quantity to be added to memory
through numeric keys
d. Press M+
e. Quantity is now added to memory
5.9.3 Recall Accumulated Data from Memory
a.
b.
Press MR
Scale displays "tOt.#" on the WEIGHT PANEL. #
Denotes the total number of entries saved to
memory. Then, the total accumulated weight and
total count are displayed on the
WEIGHT and
TOTAL COUNT PANEL respectively
c. The scale will return to normal operation 2
seconds after the accumulated data is displayed
NOTE: Data stored will be erased when the scale is
turned off.
5.9.4 To Clear Accumulated Data from Memory
a.
Press MR
b. Total accumulated data will be displayed on 3
display panels
c.
Press CLEAR
d. All data is cleared now
e. The scale will return to normal operation
5.10 CHECK FUNCTIONS
This unit is equipped with check functions. When
quantity or weight reaches or excesses the preset
value, a continuous audio beep and flashing display
will be activated.
5.10.1 Set Quantity Check Limit
a.
b.
Press CHECK
Scale displays CH.__ on UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
c. Enter
keys
preset
quantity
value
through
numeric
d.
e.
f.
Value entered is shown on the UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
Press NUMBER SET to confirm
Scales
PANEL
displays
while
CH._PSC
the
value
on
the
entered
UNIT
on
WEIGHT
the
TOTAL
COUNT PANEL
g. Scale
return
to
normal
operation
within
2
seconds
5.10.2 Set Weight Check Limit
a.
b.
Press CHECK
Scale displays CH.__ on UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
c. Enter preset weight value through numeric keys
d.
e.
f.
Value entered is shown on the UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
Press @WT/SET to confirm
Scales displays CH._Wt on the UNIT WEIGHT PANEL
while the value entered on the WEIGHT PANEL
g. Scale
return
to
normal
operation
within
2
seconds
5.10.3 Clear Quantity Check Limit
a.
b.
c.
Press CHECK
Press 0
Press NUMBER SET
d. Wait until the scale return to normal operation
e. The
upper
memory
weight
limit
is
now
erased
from
5.10.4 Clear Weight Check Limit
a.
b.
c.
Press CHECK
Press 0
Press @WT/SET
d. Wait until the scale return to normal operation
e. The upper count limit is now erased from memory
5.11 UNIT PIECE WEIGHT MEMORY (PLU)
5.11.1 Saving a Unit Piece Weight to PLU
This scale is equipped with 8 unit piece weight PLU
memories. Save a unit piece weight to PLU by either
one of the following methods:
a.
b.
By Direct entry method, or
By Current unit piece weight method
5.11.a
Direct Entry Method
a. Key in the unit piece weight through keypad.
Make sure the unit piece weight does not exceed
6 figures disregard the decimal place
b.
Press and hole the preferred PLU location for
about 2 seconds until Pr._SET appears
c. Data is now stored
5.11.b
a.
Current Unit Piece Weight Method
Obtain a unit piece weight through procedures
listed on 5.5.b
b.
Press and hole the preferred PLU location for
about 2 seconds until Pr._SET appears
c. Data is now stored
NOTE: Data stored in PLU will not be erased when
scale is powered off.
5.11.2 Recall Unit Piece Weight from Memory
To
recall
unit
piece
weight
stored
in
memory,
simply press the corresponding PLU.
After the PLU is pressed, the unit piece weight
will be displayed on the UNIT WEIGHT PANEL.
5.11.3 Clear Unit Piece Weight PLU
a.
Press 0
b. Press and hold the preferred PLU location to
clear
c.
Wait until the scale displays PRE._SET on UNIT
WEIGHT PANEL
d. Release PLU
e. Memory is cleared and scale returns to normal
operation
5.12
COMPUTER
(OPTIONAL)
DATA
RS232C
5.12.1 Connect the Scale with a Computer
OUTPUT
Follow the below steps to connect the scale with a
computer.
a. Turn scale off
b. Turn computer off
c. Connect the RS232C output of scale to computer
with an appropriate data cable
d. Turn scale on
e. Turn computer on
f. Load and run the BASICA program file (For DOS
platform)
5.12.2 Default Output Settings
•
BAUD RATE = 9600
•
DATA BITS = 8
•
PARITY = NONE
•
STOP BITS = 1
5.12.3 When Using DOS System
a. Create BASICA computer program file as below to
enable
the
computer
to
receive
data
sent
by
scale.
10
OPEN "COM*:9600, N,8,1,CS,DS,CD" AS#1
*: Input 1 if the input port of computer
is COM 1, or input 2 for COM 2 ...etc.
20
LINE INPUT #1, A$
30
PRINT A$
40
GOTO 20
50
END
b. Save the above program file.
5.13 PRINTER OUTPUT (OPTION)
By pressing the M+ and by erasing the accumulated
data (by pressing MR followed by CLEAR), the follow
data will be transmitted to printer.
S/N
WT
@WT
PCS
(NOTE 1)
01.
78
1.0000
78
02.
580
2.0000
290
(NOTE 2)
03.
+++
100
(NOTE 3)
03/
658
468
(NOTE 4)
NOTE 1:
S/N = Serial Number, WT = Weight, @WT= Unit Piece
Weight, PCS = Total quantity. An underlined heading
will be transmitted if M+ is pressed for the first
time.
NOTE 2:
By pressing M+ again, the data of 2nd transaction is
transmitted.
NOTE 3:
+++ means the count number is added to memory by
manual entry.
NOTE 4:
When the total accumulated transaction is erased
(by
pressing
MR
followed
by
CLEAR),
the
total
number of transaction, total accumulated weight and
count number are transmitted.
A consecutive dot line sent before the accumulated
result denotes the total accumulated value.
5.14 RECHARGE THE SCALE
When
the
LO-BAT
INDICATOR
appears,
recharge
the
scale immediately. Fail to do so will damage the
rechargeable battery inside. Recharging is possible
during operation. The charge status is indicated by
the In-Charge INDICATOR as below:
RED: Battery is charging.
GREEN: Battery charge completed.
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
SyndromeScale cannot be turned on
Check:
Is the scale charged?
Action:
Recharge the scale for at least 8 hours
before use for the first time or plug
in the power adaptor before power on
the scale.
Check
Is the power adaptor plug in properly
into both the electricity outlet and
the DC inlet of scale?
Action:
Secure both ends of the power adaptor
and try again.
Syndrome
Scale turned off automatically
Check
Is the AUTO POWER OFF function enabled?
Action
Refer
to
4.4.3
to
disable
the
AUTO
POWER OFF function.
Check
Is the LO-BAT INDICATOR on?
Action
Apply the power adaptor.
Syndrome
Rated capacity cannot be reached
Check
Is the TARE INDICATOR on?
Action:
Turn the scale off. Remove all loads
from platter and turn on again.
Check
Is
there
anything
obstructing
the
platter?
Action
Remove all obstacles.
Syndrome
When
turning
on
scale,
all
display
PANEL blank out but only the ZERO and
TARE INDICATOR appear
Check
Is
any
load
applied
to
platter
when
turning scale on?
Action:
Turn scale off. Remove all loads from
platter and turn scale on again.
Check
Is the platter inserted properly?
Action:
Turn scale off. Insert platter properly
and turn scale on again.
Syndrome
WEIGHT and TOTAL COUNT PANEL blank out
during operation
Check
Does the load applied to platter exceed
the rated capacity of scale?
Action
Remove all loads from platter and try
to put less loads.
Syndrome
Weighing result is not accurate
Check
Is
the
scale
placed
in
a
level
condition?
Action
Adjust the adjustable feet to a level
condition.
Check
Is
the
scale
affected
by
airflow,
vibration or RFI?
Action:
Place
the
scale
away
from
interferences.
Check
Is the scale calibrated correctly?
Action
Contact your dealer.
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7. ERROR CODES AND DESCRIPTIONS
Err_1: Accumulation error.
M+ cannot be activated when weight applied
is zero or while the same transaction has
already been accumulated.
Err_2: EEPROM parameter error.
Contact dealer for service.
Err_3: Offset value too low.
Contact dealer for service.
Err_4: Offset value too high.
Removed all loads from platter and restart
again. Should same error code appear again,
contact dealer for service.
Err_5:
The
calibrated
weight
applied
is
range. Contact dealer for service.
out
of
8. DAILY CARE AND MAINTENANCE
a. Precision measuring device, handle with extreme
care.
b. Clean the scale with a soft and damp cloth. If
necessary, apply a mild detergent.
c. Do
not
use
any
harsh,
abrasive
material,
acetone, volatile solvent, thinner or alcohol
for cleaning.
d. Verify the accuracy of scale periodically.
NOTE:
In
restricted
some
countries,
to
be
calibration
done
by
is
an
authorized/qualified agent only. Contact your
dealer for more information.
e. It is a good practice to apply the dust cover
when operating the scale.
f. The scale must be placed horizontally during
transportation or long time storage.
g. Remove platter from scale before transportation
or long time storage.
h. Store scale in a dry and clean place.
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