3304M61
Intrinsically Safe Explosion-Proof Electronic Scale
GZH-(B)Ex Series
Operation Manual
Instructions
• To ensure safe and proper use of the balance, please read
this manual carefully.
• After reading this manual, store it in a safe place near the
balance, so you can review it as needed.
SHINKO DENSHI CO., LTD.
CAUTION
Thank you for purchasing the GZH Series Intrinsically Safe Explosion-Proof
ElectronicScale.
Use apparatus correctly according to Operation manual, otherwise it will cause
dangerous for life and cause disaster like factory explosion by the gas ignition. In the
case of improper use, no safety shall be guaranteed.
Before operation, the law and technical standard of the country where apparatus is
operated shall be confirmed whether target gas suits the gas classification, otherwise it
will be dangerous for life and cause disaster like factory explosion by the gas ignition.
Any modification of apparatus shall be strictly prohibited. In the case of
modification of apparatus, no safety shall be guaranteed at all.
Power supply shall be provided through an over current protector. (16A)
Only connect SELV circuits whichare DI/RI from hazardous live to the I/O
interfaces of the equipment.
Install equipment so that the power supply cord canbe pulled out without
hindrance in event of emergency.
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IECEx CERTIFICATE
Certificate No.: IECEx KEM 08.0016
Type of Protection: ia
Marking: Ex ia II B T4
STANDARS:
IEC 60079-0:2004 Edition: 4.0
IEC 60079-11:2006 Edition: 5
Test Report: NL/KEM/ExTR08.0012/00
EQUIPMENT:
Ta: +5°C to +35°C
POWER SUPPLY:
GZH-B, EZ II-B and EZ-B Series:
1.5 V Manganese dry cell batteries National/Panasonic
Type R14P (NR). (6 non-rechargeable)
GZH, EZ II and EZ Series:
Maximum values Ui = 43 V; Ii = 170 mA; Pi = 0.931 W; Ci = 7.1 nF; Li = 0.75 mH.
The insulation between an intrinsically safe circuit and the frame of the (electrical) apparatus is not
guaranteed. Avoid excess voltage.
EC-TYPE EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE
Certificate No.:
Marking:
STANDARS:
KEMA 08ATEX0054
Ⅱ2G
Ex ia ⅡB T4
EN 60079-0:2006
EN 60079-11:2007
Test Report: KEMA No. 211076300
EQUIPMENT:
Ta: +5°C to +35°C
POWER SUPPLY:
GZH-B, EZ II-B and EZ-B Series:
1.5 V Manganese dry cell batteries National/Panasonic
Type R14P (NR). (6 non-rechargeable)
GZH, EZ II and EZ Series:
Maximum values Ui = 43 V; Ii = 170 mA; Pi = 0.931 W; Ci = 7.1 nF; Li = 0.75 mH.
The insulation between an intrinsically safe circuit and the frame of the (electrical) apparatus is
not guaranteed. Avoid excess voltage.
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Table of Contents
CAUTION .......................................... ⅰ
IECEx CERTIFICATE ................... ⅱ
Limit Function
Table of Contents ......................... ⅲ
1 Select the Limit function...........................19, 20
2 Setting by Weighing Actual Samples.......21, 22
3 Setting by Entering Values ......................23, 24
Conditions and Cautions for
Installation
Functions
1 Conditions of Installation (for the
Explosion-Proof Type) ................................. 1, 2
2 Cautions about Installing the Scale...................3
1 Functions and How They Work................ 25-28
2 Checking the Set Value ...................................29
3 Change the setting...........................................30
Names and Functions of the
Component Parts
Calibration of the Scale
1 Outer View.........................................................4
2 Details of the Panel............................................5
1
2
3
4
Calibration with an Internal Weight .........31, 32
Span Test with an Internal Weight............33, 34
Calibration with an External Weight ........35, 36
Span Test with an External Weight...........37, 38
Installation
1
2
3
4
5
6
Checking Supplied Items ..................................6
Cautions about Installation................................7
Assembling the Small Scale..............................8
Horizontal Adjustment of the Scale ..................9
Installation of the Power Supply Box............ 10
How to Replace Batteries................................11
Basic Operation of the Scale
1 Getting Started and Checking Operation....... 12
2 Setting the ID Number (for Only the Power
Supply Box Type)........................................... 13
3 Taring and Weighing ...................................... 14
4 Notes on Handling the Scale.......................... 15
Addition Function
1 Select the Addition Function.......................... 16
2 Procedure for Making Addition and
Displaying the Sum .................................. 17, 18
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Troubleshooting
..........................................................................39
Standard Specifications
1 Common Specifications..................................40
2 Configuration of Each Model.........................41
Conditions and Cautions for
Installation
1
Conditions of Installation (for the Explosion-Proof Type)
Power supply box type
Non-hazardous
area
非危険場所
危険場所 area
Hazardous
Output
voltage:
+12 V
出力電圧
+12V
Input
power
入力
supply
電源
Power
supply voltage:
電源
20
VDC to 35 VDC
DC20V~35V
GND
14
13
Ordinary electric
appliances
一般電気機器
Data
データ
input/output
入出力
Signal circuit
信号回路
Insulation
barrier
絶縁バリヤ
10
11
12
Metal
connector
メタルコネクタ
1
2
3
4
5
6
Metal
connector
メタルコネクタ
Power supply
電源回路
circuit
Signal
circuit
信号回路
Weight重量測定回路
measurement circuit
1
2
3
4
5
Weight
display
重量表示器
GZD01
GZD01
1
2
3
4
5
Weight
measuring
重量測定器
instrument
E(IS)
Interface
voltage: +6.8
V
インタフェース電圧
+6.8V
2
4-core
shielded cable,
線径0.5mm
2
Cross
section: 0.5 mm
4芯シールド線
Dedicated
cable for the scale (scale cable)
専用ケーブル(はかりケーブル)
5-core shielded
cable,2
線径0.5mm
2
cross section:
0.5 mm
5芯シールド線
Input
Pi = 0.931 [W]
Ui = 43 [V]
Ii = 170 [mA]
Ci = 7.1 [nF]
Li = 0.75 [mH]
Conditions for ordinary appliances connected to the insulation barrier:
The voltage to ground of the input power supply and in the instrument shall not exceed 250 VAC, 50/60 Hz or
250 VDC during normal operation and even during a fault.
The E(IS) shall be an intrinsically safe explosion-proof grounding pin for maintenance.
1
Conditions and Cautions for Installation
Dry-cell battery type
Hazardous area
Metal connector
Weight display
Power supply
circuit
1
GZBDS
P-1 board
2
3
4
5
Battery box
6 R14P cell batteries
connected in series.
Case grounding
Weight measuring
instrument
Weight measurement
circuit
Case grounding
Dedicated cable for the scale
(5-core shielded cable,
cross section: 0.5 mm2)
◇ Inductance of the dedicated cable for the scale (scale cable):
0.01 mH or less
◇ Capacitance of the dedicated cable for the scale (scale cable):
0.005 μF or less
◇ Dry-cell batteries to be stored in the battery box:
R14P from National/Panasonic (Connect 6 cells in series.)
◇ Battery replacement in a hazardous area is prohibited.
2
Conditions and Cautions for Installation
2
Cautions about Installing the Scale
1. Be sure to replace dry cell batteries of the dry-cell battery type scale in a non-hazardous area.
The type of the cell batteries is limited to C-size red manganese batteries (type: R14P from National /
Panasonic).
2. The power cable of the power supply box type is laid between the hazardous area and the non-hazardous area.
Be sure to have the specified gas flow prevention work performed for the lead-in section of the cable.
3. Never set the power supply box and the barrier in the hazardous area.
4. The standard power supply box is provided with a 5-m power cable.
Options of extended cables are available in increments of 5 m to a maximum of 100 m. Use of our company’s
cables is recommended for the power supply box.
5. Establish a ground for the case when it is deteriorated by pressure.
3
Names and Functions of the
Component Parts
1
Outer View
GZH-(B)3100Ex to (B)610Ex
GZH-(B)610Ex to (B)1500Ex
Display
Display
Pole
Pole
Pan
Pan
Calibration knob
Calibration knob
Adjuster
Adjuster
GZH-(B)30KEx
Power supply box
(Provided for the power supply box type only)
Pan
Display with stand
Locations of the connectors
(pin board) for output options
Calibration knob
Adjuster
Ground pin
Power cord
Power switch
4
Names and Functions of the Component Parts
2
Details of the Panel
• Display of judgment result of the limit
function
The judgment result is indicated by the
mark “W” that lights on the associated
position.
⇒ Refer to “Limit Function” on page 19.
• Taring in progress
This mark lights when
the weight of the
container (tare) is
subtracted.
Taring and Weighing
⇒ Refer to “Taring
and Weighing” on
page 14.
• Print
• Display of the sum
The mark “W” lights and
the sum (accumulation) of
addition is displayed.
⇒ Refer to “Addition
Function” on page 16.
• Battery level
This mark lights when data
is printed or output.
⇒ Refer to “Functions” on
page 25 and after.
(This mark stays out on the
dry-cell battery type.)
• Zero point
This mark blinks when the battery
capacity drops to the
predetermined level.
⇒ Refer to “How to Replace
Batteries” on page 11 and after.
(This mark stays out on the power
supply box type.)
This mark lights
when the correct
zero point is
reached.
⇒ Refer to “Taring
and Weighing”
on page 14.
Press this key to turn the scale on or off. ⇒ Refer to “Getting Started and Checking Operation” on page 12.
This key can be disabled on the power supply box type. ⇒ Refer to “Functions” on page 25 and after.
Press this key for output to the printer. Or use this key as an output command key for an installed output device.
⇒ Refer to “Functions” on page 25 and after.
Limit key: Press this key to start the limit function. ⇒ Refer to “Limit Function” on page 19 and after.
Add key: Press this key for addition (accumulation) of data. ⇒ Refer to “Addition Function” on page 16.
This key works as an interrupt key during selection of a function or during setting of the limit function.
Set key: Press this key to set a limit value of the limit function or to move the digit for value entry when setting
numerical values.
⇒ Refer to “Limit Function” on page 19 and after.
Switch key: Press this key to display a sum (accumulation). ⇒ Refer to “Addition Function” on page 16.
Press this key to start or end the selection of a function. ⇒ Refer to “Functions” on page 25 and after.
Zero/Taring key: Press this key to zero a readout. ⇒ Refer to “Taring and Weighing” on page 14.
The “Taring in progress” mark lights when you zero 1.5 % or more of the weighing capacity.
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Installation
1
Checking Supplied Items
Check the supplied items of the model you purchased and the accessories of the power supply part shown
in the following table. If any items are missing or broken, please contact immediately the retailer of the
scale or our Sales Office.
Accessory
GZH-(B)610Ex
to (B)1500Ex
GZH-(B)3100Ex
tp (B)6100KEx
GZH-(B)30KEx
Display
Display with stand
Scale (main body)
Pan base
(Preinstalled in the main body)
Pan
Pan guide
Pan guide
This is optional, so it is not
included in the standard
specifications.
Pole
Pole
Pole knob, Wing bolt ×2
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Installation
Accessories of the Power Supply Unit
Power supply box type
×1
(2) Power supply cable (5 m)
2
×6
C-size
manganese drycell battery
(R14P)
C-size
manganese drycell battery
(R14P)
C-size
manganese drycell battery
(R14P)
C-size
manganese drycell battery
(R14P)
C-size
manganese drycell battery
(R14P)
(1) C-size manganese dry-cell battery (R14P)
※R14P(NR):National / Panasonic
C-size
manganese drycell battery
(R14P)
(1) Power supply box
with spare fuses
Dry-cell battery type
(2) Small wrench
×1
(Subtense: 2 mm)
×1
Cautions about Installation
Install the scale in the best environment available. Using the scale in any of the environments shown
below may cause weighing errors or instrument failures:
11 A loose floor on which the scale sinks when
22 An unstable base or a location subjected to
loaded with a sample
33 A location close to an airconditioner
vibration
44 A location exposed to direct 55 A location subjected to abrupt
sunlight
changes of ambient
temperatures or humidity
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Installation
3
Assembling the Small Scale
1
Attach the pole.
Pole
Pole fixing knob
Install the accessory pole to the rear guide
with the pole knob.
Unless the pole fits the guide correctly or the
pole knob screw is not tightened enough, the
display may tilt or flicker.
Pole guide
2
Attach the display.
Pass the scale cable in the pole and attach the
display to the pole.
Connect the scale cable and the power cable
to the display.
Display
Scale cable
3
Attach the pan base.
4
Attach the pan.
Round pan base
Pan base
Square pan base
Set the pan base with its screw hole aligned to
the projection on the main body and tighten
the screw with a screwdriver or an
appropriate coin.
A pan guide is added under the square type
pan.
Pan
Pan guide
*
Model GZH-(B) 30KCEX is a separate type that does not require pole installation. The pan
base is preinstalled in the main body.
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Installation
4
Horizontal Adjustment of the Scale
◆GZH-(B)610Ex to (B)6100Ex
◆GZH-(B)30KEx
Level
Adjuster
Provided in the four corners.
Level
Blue
circle
Adjuster
Provided in the four corners.
Rotate the four adjusters until the bubble in the
level fits within the blue circle.
Press the four corners to check for rattling of
each adjuster.
Bubble
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Installation
5
Installation of the Power Supply Box
This section applies to the scale of the power supply box type. Jump to the next section when you use a
dry-cell battery type.
First finish the cable installation work. Be sure to have the specified gas flow prevention work performed
for the lead-in section of the cable because the section is laid between the hazardous area and the nonhazardous area.
Be sure to extract the power cord from the wall socket before installing the power supply box.
1
Connect the power cable
Remove the acrylic cover and connect the
power cable.
Connect the cable to the correct
position referring to the following
figure.
Insulation
barrier
絶縁バリヤ
Acrylic
cover
アクリルカバー
Power supply cable
電源ケーブル
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Installation
6
How to Replace Batteries
This section applies to the scale of the dry-cell battery type. Return to the previous section when you use a
power supply box type. Be sure to replace batteries in a non-hazardous area.
1
Remove the battery box.
Display
Scale cable
Battery box
Phillips
screwdriver
Relay connector
2
Loosen the screw in the rear of the display
and the battery box can be removed.
Remove the relay connector in the battery
box.
Do not pull the cable since it may cause
wire breakage. Hold and pull the
connectors when you disconnect the cables.
Insert batteries.
Small wrench
Remove the battery box cover with the
small wrench in the accessory kit.
Replace the batteries in the correct
direction.
Install the cover with the small wrench.
Battery box
Dry-cell battery
3
Attach the battery box.
Connect the relay connector of the battery
box and install it on the display.
Important
The type of the cell batteries is limited to C-size red manganese batteries (type: R14P). Use of other
batteries is strictly prohibited because they may not be of the required explosion-proof
performance.
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Basic Operation of the Scale
1
Getting Started and Checking Operation
As for the power-supply box type, first turn on the power switch in the power supply box.
Turn the power on.
1
Press the
key on the panel, and all the
indicators light up, showing that the
instrument is operating.
Turn the power on.
2
At this time, check that no LEDs nor LED
segments stay out.
After a few seconds, zero is displayed in
the weight display.
Check the Reproducibility.
3
Display when the pan is pushed
g
Push the pan slightly using your finger to
check that the display readout changes.
Also check that zero is indicated in the
display after the finger is released.
Display when the finger is released
g
4
Make the display show zero.
Call the setting.
-
 g
g
If the display readout does not become
zero, press the
key to make the display
show zero. ⇒ Refer to “Set the zero point.”
* For setting the zero point, set the scale to display zero when nothing is placed on the pan or
approximately 1.5% of the weighing capacity is loaded.
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Basic Operation of the Scale
2
Setting the ID Number (for Only the Power Supply Box Type)
You can use up to six digits in an ID number. The characters that you can use are “ ” to “ ,” “ ” to
“ ,” “-,” and “_” (blank).
1
Call the ID number.
Press and hold the
key for a few
seconds. Release the finger when the
display changes from “    ” to (⇒
“   ”⇒) “  ,” and the ID number
is displayed.
Call the setting.


g
Press and hold.
Release the finger.
The set value is displayed.

2
Enter the value to set.
Press the
key, and the leftmost digit
blinks.
Keep pressing the
key, and the value
of the blinking digit changes.
Select a value to set.
(⇒⇒⇒・・・)
Enter the ID number.


The set value is displayed.

3
  
Press the
key, and the blinking shifts
to the left to change the digit for value
entry.
Setting is over.
Setting is over.

Save the setting.

When the setting is over, press the
key, and the setting is saved and
“     ” is displayed.
Press the
key again, and the setting
process is terminated and the weight
display mode is resumed.


g
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Basic Operation of the Scale
3
1
Taring and Weighing
Taring operation
Place the tare
(container) on the pan.
The weight of the tare
(container) is displayed.
 g
Place the tare (container) on the pan and press
the
key, and the readout changes to zero.
⇒ Refer to “Taring.”
Display after taring
 g
2
Measure the net weight.
Place the sample
in the container.
When samples are placed in the container, the
net weight of the sample is displayed.
The net weight is
measured.
g
3
Taring operation
Display after taring

4
g
Place additional samples.
Place additional samples in
the container.
Result of weighing the
added samples
 g
Press the
key, and the readout changes to
zero. ⇒ Refer to “Taring.”
When additional samples are placed in the
container, the weight of only the added
samples is displayed.
Key points
1. When the zero point is accurately reached, the zero point is flagged with a “T” mark. (This mark
disappears when another value is displayed.)
2. If approximately 1.5% of the weighing capacity is displayed as zero, the mark that indicates that taring
is ongoing (“
”) is displayed. At this time, the weighable range is narrowed.
Weighable range = original weighing capacity – weight of the tare
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Basic Operation of the Scale
4
Notes on Handling the Scale
The electronic scale is a precision instrument that requires careful handling. Using the scale in any of the
environments shown below may cause weighing errors or instrument failures:
11 Load or unload samples on the scale carefully. 22 Do not permit any material to be inserted beneath
Do not apply mechanical shocks to the
instrument.
the pan.
33 Do not leave a load over the weighing capacity 44 Calibration is recommended after installation or
relocation or when the scale is used after being
stored for an extended period of time.
Refer to “Calibration of the Scale” on page 31 and
after.
on the scale (“     ” displayed).
The weighing capacity = the weight of the tare
+ the weight of the sample
55 Be sure to replace batteries in the non-hazardous area.
The type of the cell batteries is limited to C-size red manganese batteries (type: R14P).
66 Do not attempt to repair the scale because it may cause the explosion-proof performance to be lost and is
very dangerous.
77 Do not attempt to modify the scale because it may cause the explosion-proof performance to be lost and
is very dangerous.
88 Any faults or breakage cause by erroneous handling, repair, or modification by the user is not covered
by the warranty.
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Addition Function
The addition function sums the results of weighing samples subdivided into several parts. This function is
convenient when the total weight is checked at the time of filling, blending, or consecutive weighing small
quantities.
1
Select the Addition Function
1
Call the function.
Function Display
Function Call
 g
Press and hold.

Release the finger.
The first function is displayed.

2

Select the Addition function.
Function Selection

3
Press and hold the
key for
approximately 4 seconds. When
“” is displayed, release the finger.
Now the function setting mode is assumed
”
and the first item “    
(Function Selection) is displayed.
⇒ For details, refer to pages 25 to 28.

Select the addition function.


Setting is over.
Setting is over.

Press the
key, and the set value is
saved and “ ” is displayed.
Press the
key again, and the setting
process is terminated and the weight
display mode is resumed.
Save the setting.



Weight display mode is resumed.

16
Press the
key, and the rightmost value
changes. Then select the addition function
“.”
g
Addition Function
2
Procedure for Making Addition and Displaying the Sum
1
Weigh the samples.
Place the sample in the container.
Place samples on the scale for weighing.
The net weight is measured.
 g
2
TOTAL
Add the weight of the samples.
The result of the addition is
displayed.
+
fg
TOTAL
The present weight is displayed.
g
3
TOTAL
Set the zero point.
Display after the zero point
was set.
g
TOTAL
4
Press the
key.
The sum is displayed together with the “X”
mark for temporary display of the addition
result. After approximately 3 seconds, the
original display is resumed.
Place additional samples.
Place additional samples in
the container.
Result of weighing the added
samples
 g
TOTAL
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When additional samples are placed in the
container, press the
key so that zero is
shown in the display.
When additional samples are placed in the
container, the weight of only the added
samples is displayed.
Addition Function
5
Add the weight of the samples.
The result of the addition is displayed.
+
 g
f TOTAL
Press the
key.
The sum is displayed together with the “X”
mark for temporary display of the addition
result. After approximately 3 seconds, the
original display is resumed.
The present weight is displayed.
 g
6
TOTAL
Display the sum value.
The sum value is displayed.
+
 g
f TOTAL
Press the
key.
The final sum is displayed together with the
“X” mark.
When the
key is pressed again, the
original display is resumed.
The present weight is displayed.
 g
7
TOTAL
Clear the sum value.
The sum value is displayed.
The sum value is displayed.
+
+

g
f TOTAL
 g
f TOTAL
While the sum is displayed, press the
key.
Zero is displayed, indicating that the sum is
cleared.
Key points
1. The addition operation is enabled only when zero is displayed. If new samples are added after the present
samples are unloaded, check beforehand that zero is displayed.
2. When the addition operation is over, press the
key to clear the sum value. This can prevent the
sum by a new operation from being added to the preceding one if two or more addition operations
are performed consecutively.
3. When “” is displayed by pressing the
addition, minus addition, or zero addition.
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key, it indicates that you performed double
Limit Function
The limit function allows the scale to store the upper and lower limit values for judgment of whether the
measurement result falls within the limit values. This function is very convenient for identifying defective items or
weighing predetermined quantities.
Methods of Entering Limit Values
The following two methods are available and they can be used alone or in combination.
(1) Setting by weighing actual samples: Weigh the actual samples for the lower and upper limit values on the
scale and save the weights.
(2) Setting by entering values: Use a key to enter the values of the lower and upper limits and save the values.
* The entered limit values are stored in memory and are not erased by power-off.
* The judgment result is indicated by HI, OK, or LO flagged with a “e” mark on the panel.
HI: The measured value is greater than the upper limit value......Upper limit value < measured value
OK: The measured value is within the limit values......................Upper limit value ≥ measured value ≥
lower limit value
LO: The measured value is smaller than the lower limit value......Lower limit value > measured value
1
Select the Limit function
1
Call the function.
Function Call
Function Display
 g
Press and hold.

Release the finger.
The first function is displayed.

2

Select the Limit function.
Function Selection


Select the Limit function.


19
Press and hold the
key for
approximately 4 seconds. When
“     ” is displayed, release the
finger.
Now the function setting mode is assumed
and the first item “    
”
(Function Selection) is displayed.
(⇒ For details, refer to pages 25 to 28.)
Press the
key, and the rightmost value
changes. Then select the limit function
“.”
Limit Function
3
Select a condition.
Function Selection

Press the
key, and the next item
(condition) is displayed.
Press the
key, and the rightmost value
changes. Then select the value that you
want to set.
Select a condition.



Display:
Condition
: Always judge.
: Judge only when
the scale is stable.
4
Select a range to cover.
Function Selection

Select a range to cover.



Display:
Range to cover
 Detect when the limit is
exceeded by 5 divisions
or less.
: Detect when the limit is
exceeded by 50 divisions
or less.
: Detect both when the limit
is exceeded and when it is
not reached.
5
Press the
key, and the next item (range
to cover) is displayed.
Press the
key, and the rightmost value
changes. Then select the value that you
want to set.
Select a setting type.
Function Selection


Select a judgment type.


Press the
key, and the next item
(setting type) is displayed.
Press the
key, and the rightmost value
changes. Then select the value that you
want to set.
Display:
Setting type
: Set both upper and lower
limits.
: Set only the lower limit.
: Set only the upper limit.
6
Setting is over.
Save the setting.
Setting is over.




Weight display mode
is resumed.

20
g
Press the
key, and the setting is saved
and “ ” is displayed.
Press the
key again, and the setting
process is terminated and the weight
display mode is resumed.
Limit Function
2
Setting by Weighing Actual Samples
If zero is not shown in the display, press the
key to make the display show zero before starting
the procedure. If a container is used, perform the taring process to make the display show zero.
Start setting the limit values.
1
HI
OK
LO
Start entering the lower limit
value.
Call the setting.

g
HI
OK
LO W

Press and hold.

Release the finger.
The set value is displayed.
HI
OK
LO W
2
3
Set the lower limit value.
Place the sample on
the scale.
Set the lower limit value.
HI
OK
LO W
 g
Start setting the upper limit value.
Start setting the upper limit value.
HI W
OK
LO
4
g


The set value is displayed.
HI W
OK
LO

g
Set the upper limit value.
Place the sample on
the scale.
Set the upper limit value.
HI W
OK
LO

21
g
Press and hold the
key for
approximately 3 seconds. When
“ ” is displayed, release the
finger. Now the lower limit value can be
set.
The judgment display “LO” is flagged
with the “W” mark and blinks.
Place the sample for the lower limit value
on the scale and press the
key.
The display disappears temporarily. When
the lower limit value is saved, the display
blinks.
Press the
key, and the upper limit
value can be set.
“ ” is displayed temporarily
and the judgment display “HI” is now
flagged with the “W” mark.
Place the sample for the upper limit value
on the scale and press the
key.
The display disappears temporarily. When
the upper limit value is saved, the display
blinks.
Limit Function
5
Setting is over.
Setting is over.
HI W
OK
LO
 g
Save the setting.
HI
OK
LO


Press the
key, and the setting is saved
and “ ” is displayed.
Press the
key again, and the setting
process is terminated and the weight
display mode is resumed.
Weight display mode
is resumed.
HI
OK
LO W
 g
Key points
1. The operation procedure differs as follows depending on which judgment type is selected:
When “Set only the lower limit” is selected ⇒ Skip steps 3 and 4 and end with step 5.
When “Set only the upper limit” is selected ⇒ “ ” is displayed in step 1 and therefore you
need not perform step 2.
2. If a limit value has already been entered, the set value is displayed after “
“ .” If a new limit is set, the value changes.
” or
3. If a negative value is set as a limit, the range to cover is set as “Detect both when the limit is exceeded and
when it is not reached” including the minus value. If no limits are set, judgment is not performed.
⇒ Refer to “Functions and How They Work” on pages 25 to 28.
4. If all of the judgment displays “HI,” “OK,” and “LO” are flagged with the “W” mark, the lower limit
value is greater than the upper limit value. Try the procedure again.
5. You can switch the process of “setting by weighing actual samples” to “setting by entering values” at
some midpoint in the process.
The process of “setting by entering values” is enabled if you shift to step 2 of the process after setting
limit values by weighing actual samples. This method is convenient when you change a value set by the
process of “setting by weighing actual samples.”
6. You can switch the process of “setting by entering values” to “setting by weighing actual samples” at
some midpoint in the process.
The process of “setting by weighing actual samples” is enabled if you place a sample on the scale and
press the
key after setting limits by entering values.
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Limit Function
3
Setting by Entering Values
1
Start setting the limit values.
Start entering the lower limit value.
Call the setting.
HI
OK
LO
HI
OK
LO W
 g
Press and hold.


Release the finger.
The set value is displayed.
HI
OK
LO W
2
Start the process of “setting by
entering values.”
The digit for value entry is
displayed.
Start the process of “setting by
entering values.”
HI
OK
LO W
3

HI
OK
LO W
g

g
Change the digit for value entry.
Change the digit for value entry.

Press the
key, and the process of
“setting by entering values” is enabled with
all digits displayed. Only the LSD blinks,
indicating that it is the digit for value entry.
The value changes each time the
key
is pressed.
Select a value to set.
⇒ ⇒  ⇒ ....  ⇒ 
Enter a value to set.
HI
OK
LO W
5
g
Enter a value to set.
HI
OK
LO W
4
 g
Press and hold the
key for
approximately 3 seconds. When
“ ” is displayed, release the
finger. Now the lower limit value can be
set.
The judgment display “LO” is flagged with
the “W” mark and blinks.
g
Press the
key, and the digit for value
entry changes.
The MSD is used to set the plus or minus
sign (+ or -).
Enter the lower limit value.
Change the digit for value entry.
HI
OK
LO W

g
Repeat the steps 3 and 4.
Enter a value to set.
HI
OK
LO W
 g
Select the digit for value entry with the
key and select a value to set with the
key for entry of the lower limit value.
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Limit Function
Setting of the lower limit value is over.
6
Setting of the lower limit value is over.
HI
OK
M
LO
The set value is displayed.
HI
OK
LO W
 g
The display stays out while
the value is being saved.
Start setting the upper limit value.
7
The set value is displayed.
Start setting the upper limit value.
HI W
OK
LO

HI W
OK
LO


g
Start the process of “setting by entering values.”
8
The digit for value entry is
displayed.
Start the process of “setting by
entering values.”
HI W
OK
LO

HI W
OK
LO
g

g
Entering and setting of the upper
limit value are over.
9
Change the digit for value entry.
HI W
OK
LO

g
Enter a value to set.
HI W
OK
LO
Setting of the upper limit
value is over.
Weight display mode is resumed.
HI W
OK
LO
HI
OK M
LO
 g

g
The display stays out while
the value is being saved.
10
Setting is over.
Setting is over.
HI W
OK
LO
 g
Save the setting.
HI
OK
LO


Weight display mode
is resumed.
HI
OK
LO W
 g
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When the entering of the lower limit value
key.
is over, press the
The display disappears temporarily.
When the lower limit value is saved, the
display blinks.
Press the
key, and the upper limit
value can be set.
“ ” is displayed temporarily
and the judgment display “HI” is now
flagged with the “W” mark.
Press the
key, and the process of
“setting by entering values” is enabled with
all digits displayed. Only the LSD blinks,
indicating that it is the digit for value entry.
As in the case of entering the lower limit
value, select the digit for value entry with
the
key and select a value to set with
the
key for entry of the upper limit
value.
When the entering of the upper limit value
is over, press the
key.
The display disappears temporarily. When
the upper limit value is saved, the display
blinks.
Press the
key, and the set value is
saved and “ ” is displayed.
Press the
key again, and the setting
process is terminated and the weight
display mode is resumed.
Functions
This scale is provided with the functions shown in the table below. These functions can be adjusted according to
your work conditions. ⇒ Refer to “Checking the Set Value” on page 29 and “Changing the Setting” on page 30.
Functions and How They Work
Additional
Function
Autozero
(Zero tracking)
Response Speed
Display

















Stability
Judgment






Autopower-off



Interface


External Taring




ON/OFF Key
Control
GLP Compliance
Span Adjustment

















* Shaded parts indicate factory default settings.
How the function works
OFF: Disables the function.
Enables the addition function.
Enables the limit function. ⇒ Refer to Section 2.2 “Details of the
Limit Function.”
OFF: Disables
this function. This function maintains the correct zero point
ON : Enables automatically if the zero point fluctuates slightly.
this function.
Fast
* If “” or ”” is set, the displayed values may flicker.
* If the scale is influenced by wind or vibration, set “” or “.”
Slow
Loose
Strict
Judgment time
Function
Display speed
1-1 Basic Functions
Judgment precision
1
Fast
Slow
* This function indicates,
by the status of unit
display, whether the
measurement is stable
or unstable.
* If the unit display is
flickering, the
measurement is
unstable.
OFF: Disables this function (for continuous
use).
ON : Turns off the power automatically when
approximately 3 minutes have elapsed.
Reserved (Output is stopped.)
6-digit format
7-digit format
Operation by contact inputs
Operation by commands input from a PC or other devices
Disables the ON/OFF key.
Enables the ON/OFF key.
Disables this function.
Enables this function.
Disables this function.
Calibration with an internal weight
Span test with an internal weight
Calibration with an external weight *2
Span test with an external weight
This function can be
used only for the
dry-cell battery type
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Functions
Function
minimum
indication *1
Display
 
How the function works


10d
d
*
*
Shaded parts indicate factory default settings.
The functions from the Interface “   ” to the GLP Compliance “    ” and the Output Format of
Actual Scale Interval “    ” are not provided for the dry-cell battery type.
When you select the Additional Function “     ,” the Interface “    ” or “    ”, or the GLP
Compliance “    ,” refer to the description on the next page.
*1 GZH-(B)1500Ex,(B)3100Ex,(B)30KEx only.
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Functions
1-2 Details of the Limit Function
When you select the Additional Function “     ,” the following functional items are displayed
before the Autozero function.
Functional item
Display
Description
 Always judge. (Judgment is also made when the scale is unstable.)
Condition

Judge only when the scale is stable. (Judgment is not made when

the scale is unstable.)
Do not detect when the limit is exceeded by 5 divisions or less

(including the minus value).
Do not detect when the limit is exceeded by 50 divisions or less
Range to Cover 

(including the minus value).
Detect both when the limit is exceeded and when it is not

reached, including the minus value.
 Set both the upper and lower limits.
Judgment Type 
 Set only the lower limit.
 Set only the upper limit.
* Shaded parts indicate factory default settings.
1-3 Details of the Interface
When you select the Interface “    ,” the process ends with “    ” and then the next
function is displayed.
When you select the Interface “    ,” the items up to “    ” are displayed and then the
next function is displayed.
Functional item
Display
Description
 Stop output.
 Output continuously at all times. *1
 Output continuously if stable. (Stop output if unstable.) *1
 Output once when the key is pressed.
Output once when the scale is stable. Output when the sample is
 unloaded to cause the display to indicate a value below zero, and
then another sample is placed to make the scale stable.
Output Control 
Output once when the scale is stable. Stop output when unstable.
 Output once when the scale is stabilized again (the output
includes zero) even if it is not reloaded.
Output once when the scale is stable. Output continuously when
 unstable. Output is stopped after a single output when the scale is
stable even if it is not reloaded.
 Output once when the key is pressed if the scale is stable.
 1200 bps
Baud Rate

 2400 bps
 4800 bps
 Reserved (Not set.)
Displayed only when
Parity Bit

 Odd parity
“  ” is set.
 Even parity
* Shaded parts indicate factory default settings.
*1: In continuous output mode, data is output at intervals of 0.1 to 1 second. (The interval changes
depending on the weighing conditions and settings of other functions.)
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Functions
1-4 Details of the GLP Compliance
When you select “     ,” the following functional items are displayed.
Functional item
Display
Description
Output of
 Stop output.

Calibration
 Output the results.
Results
GLP
 Disable this function.
Compliance of

Measurement
 Compliant.
Results
 English
Print Characters 
 Japanese (katakana)
* Shaded parts indicate factory default settings.
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Functions
2
Checking the Set Value
1
Call a function.
Function Call
Function Display


g
Release the finger.
Press and hold.
The first function is
displayed.

2

Select a function.
Function Selection

Press the
key, and the next function is
displayed.
The next function is displayed each time
the key is pressed.
⇒ For details, refer to pages 25 to 28.
Autozero function




Stability Judgment
function

3
Response Speed
function



Press and hold the
key for
approximately 4 seconds. When
“     ” is displayed, release the
finger.
Now the function setting mode is assumed
and the first function “     ”
(Function Selection) is displayed.
⇒ For details, refer to pages 25 to 28.


Setting is over.
Setting is over.


Save the setting.



Weight display
mode is resumed.
 g
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Press the
key, and the setting is saved
and “     ” is displayed.
Press the
key again, and the setting
process is terminated and the weight
display mode is resumed.
Functions
3
Change the Setting
1
Call a function.
Function Call
Function Display


g
Release the finger.
Press and hold.
The first function is
displayed.

2
Select a function.
Function Selection

Autozero function


Stability Judgment function

3




Response Speed function


Press the
key, and the next function is
displayed.
The next function is displayed each time
the
key is pressed. Select the function
whose setting you want to change.
⇒ For details, refer to pages 25 to 28.

Change a setting.
Display the current setting.

4

Press and hold the
key for
approximately 4 seconds. When
“     ” is displayed, release the
finger.
Now the function setting mode is assumed
and the first function “  ”
(Function Selection) is displayed.
⇒ For details, refer to pages 25 to 28.


Display the desired setting.



Press the
key, and the rightmost
value changes. Then select the value
that you want to set.
Setting is over.
Setting is over.


Save the setting.



Weight display
mode is resumed.
 g
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Press the
key, and the setting is saved
and “    ” is displayed.
Press the
key again, and the setting
process is terminated and the weight
display mode is resumed.
Calibration of the Scale
Check that the Span Adjustment function is set to calibration with an internal weight “    ” (or
set the Span Adjustment function to “    ”). ⇒ Refer to “Checking the Set Value” on page 29 and
“Changing the Setting” on page 30.
1
1
Calibration with an Internal Weight
Call the Span Adjustment function.
Function Call
Function Display


g
Press and hold the
key until the
display changes from “    ” to “
  " to enter the Span Adjustment mode.
(This will take approximately 6 seconds.)
Press and hold.
Press and hold.
Start span adjustment.

Release the finger.
2
Calibrate the zero point.
Check that nothing is
placed on the scale.
Calibrate the zero point.

Check that nothing is placed on the pan.
Press the
key while holding the
key down and then release the keys
simultaneously.“     ” is
displayed and span adjustment is started.
(2) (1)
3
4
Setting of the zero point is over.
Calibration of the zero
point is in progress.
Calibrate the capacity point.



Calibrate the capacity point.
“” now blinks in the display
and the zero point is set automatically.
When the setting of the zero point is over,
“” is displayed.
Turn the calibration knob gently toward
the “CAL” position until it stops.
“” blinks in the display and
the capacity point is calibrated
automatically.

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Calibration of the Scale
5
Setting of the capacity point is over.
Save the span value.

6

When “      ” is displayed,
press the
key.
The display changes to “.”
Turn the calibration knob toward the
“WEIGH” position until you hear it click.

Span adjustment is over.
Span adjustment is over.


g
When the adjustment of the capacity point
is over, the weight display mode is
resumed after “    ” is displayed,
indicating that the span adjustment is
completed.
K e y p o i n ts
1. If you press the
discontinued.
key first in step 2 where two keys should be pressed at a time, the process is
2. Be careful that you do not touch the pan and that the scale is not influenced by wind or vibration
during adjustment. If the scale is influenced by wind or vibration, the display may stall at
blinking of “.”
3. If you want to discontinue the adjustment process, press the
displayed, the measurement mode is resumed.
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key. After “” is
Calibration of the Scale
2
Span Test with an Internal Weight
Check that the Span Adjustment function is set to span test with an internal weight “    ” (or
set the Span Adjustment function to “    ”). ⇒ Refer to “Checking the Set Value” on page 29 and
“Changing the Setting” on page 30.
1
Call the span test.
Function Call
Function Display


g
Press and hold.
Press and hold the
key until the
display changes from “” to “
.” (This will take approximately 6
seconds.)
Press and hold.
Start span adjustment.

Release the finger.
2
Start the span test.
Check that nothing is
placed on the scale.
Check that nothing is placed on the pan.
Press the
key while holding the
key down and then release the keys
simultaneously. “ ” is
displayed and a span test is started.
Start the span test.


(2) (1)
3
Check the zero point.
Check the zero point.

4

Checking of the zero point
is over.


Check the capacity point.
“ ” now blinks in the display and
the zero point is set automatically.
When the setting of the zero point is over,
“ ” is displayed.
Turn the calibration knob gently toward
the “CAL” position until it stops.
“ ” now blinks in the display and
the zero point is checked automatically.


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Calibration of the Scale
5
Display the test result.
When checking of the capacity point is
over, the test result is displayed in terms
of weight after “” is displayed.
Display the test result.

6

g
Checking of the capacity point is over.
Checking of the capacity
point is over.

7
g

The display changes to “.”
Turn the calibration knob toward the
“WEIGH” position until you hear it click.
The span test is over.
The span test is over.


g
When checking of the capacity point is
over, the weight display mode is resumed
after “” is displayed, indicating
that the span test is completed.
K e y p o i n ts
1. If you press the
discontinued.
key first in step 2 where two keys should be pressed at a time, the process is
2. Be careful that you do not touch the pan and that the scale is not influenced by wind or vibration
during adjustment.
If the scale is influenced by wind or vibration, the display may stall at blinking of “ .”
3. If you want to discontinue the adjustment process, press the
displayed, the measurement mode is resumed.
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key. After “” is
Calibration of the Scale
3
Calibration with an External Weight
Check that the Span Adjustment function is set to calibration with an external weight “ ” (or
set the Span Adjustment function to “ ”). ⇒ Refer to “Checking the Set Value” on page 29 and
“Changing the Setting” on page 30.
1
Call the Span Adjustment function.
Function Call
Function Display


g
Press and hold.
Press and hold.
Press and hold the
key until the
display changes from “” to “
.” (This will take approximately 6
seconds.)
Start span adjustment.

Release the finger.
2
Calibrate the zero point.
Check that nothing is
placed on the scale.
Start a span test.
 
(2) (1)
3
Setting of the zero point is over.
Calibration of the zero
point is in progress.

4
Check that nothing is placed on the pan.
Press the
key while holding the
key down and then release the keys
simultaneously.“ ” is
displayed and a span test is started.

Checking of the zero
point is completed.


“ ” now blinks in the display
and the zero point is set automatically.
When the setting of the zero point is over,
“ ” is displayed.
Calibrate the capacity point.
Place a calibration
weight on the scale.
Start checking the capacity point.
 
Checking of the capacity
point is in progress.


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Gently place a calibration weight at the
center of the pan.
(When GZH-(B)30KEx is used, “
 ” is displayed at this time, so press
the
key.)
The display now blinks and the capacity
point is checked.
Calibration of the Scale
5
Setting of the capacity point is over.
Save the span value.

6
 ” is displayed,

The span test is over.
The span test is over.

When “    
press the
key.
 g
When the adjustment of the capacity point
is over, the weight display mode is
resumed after “    ” is displayed,
indicating that the span adjustment is
completed.
K e y p o i n ts
1.
If you press the
discontinued.
key first in step 2 where two keys should be pressed at a time, the process is
2.
Be careful that you do not touch the pan and that the scale is not influenced by wind or vibration
during adjustment.
If the scale is influenced by wind or vibration, the display may stall at blinking of “ .”
3.
If you want to discontinue the adjustment process, press the
the measurement mode is resumed.
4.
Calibration with an external weight is possible only when the lock switch is turned off.
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key. After “” is displayed,
Calibration of the Scale
4
Span Test with an External Weight
Check that the Span Adjustment function is set to span test with an external weight “ ” (or
set the Span Adjustment function to “ ”). ⇒ Refer to “Checking the Set Value” on page 29 and
“Changing the Setting” on page 30.
1
Call a span test.
Function Call
Function Display


g
Press and hold the
key until the
display changes from “” to “
.” (This will take approximately 6
seconds.)
Press and hold.
Press and hold.
Start span adjustment.

Release the finger.
2
Start a span test.
Check that nothing is
placed on the scale.
Check that nothing is placed on the pan.
Press the
key while holding the
key down and then release the keys
simultaneously.“” is displayed
and a span test is started.
Start a span test.

(2) (1)
3
Check the zero point.
Check the zero point.

4
Checking of the zero point
is completed.



“ ” now blinks in the display and
the zero point is set automatically.
When the setting of the zero point is over,
“ ” is displayed.
Check the capacity point.
Place a calibration
weight on the scale.
Start checking the capacity point.
 
Checking of the capacity
point is in progress.


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Gently place a calibration weight at the
center of the pan.
(When GZH-(B)30KEx is used, “
 ” is displayed at this time, so press
the
key.)
The display now blinks and the capacity
point is checked.
Calibration of the Scale
5
Display the test result.
Display the test result.

6

g
The span test is over.
The span test is over.

 g
When checking of the capacity point is
over, the test result is displayed in terms
of weight after “” is displayed.
When checking of the capacity point is
over, the weight display mode is resumed
after “” is displayed, indicating
that the span test is completed.
Unload the calibration weight.
K e y p o i n ts
1.
If you press the
discontinued.
key first in step 2 where two keys should be pressed at a time, the process is
2.
Be careful that you do not touch the pan and that the scale is not influenced by wind or vibration
during adjustment.
If the scale is influenced by wind or vibration, the display may stall at blinking of “ .”
3.
If you want to discontinue the adjustment process, press the
the measurement mode is resumed.
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key. After “” is displayed,
Troubleshooting
Symptom
The limit function does *
not work.
*
The addition function
does not work.
*
*
*
*
The display does not
light.
The mark “ ” blinks.
The display is slow to
stabilize.
Errors in measurement
values
Weighing up to the
weighing capacity is
impossible.
     is
displayed.
*
*
*
*
*
*
     is
displayed.
displayed.
     is
*
*
*
displayed.
     is
*
displayed.
     is
*
displayed.
     is
*
displayed.
     is
displayed.
<Meaning of symbols> *:
The entered limit value is invalid.
The addition function is not selected.
The sum mode is assumed.
The power of the scale is turned off.
Erroneous connection of the power cable
The display was turned off by the autopower-off
function.
The battery power is weak.
The mark blinks when the remaining time of the
battery is about 6 hours.
The scale is affected by wind or vibration.
The pan, tare, or the sample touches other objects.
The table under the scale is unstable.
The taring operation is wrong.
The adjusters float, and the horizontal adjustment
is not done correctly.
The displayed values changed after a long period
of storage or when used in different locations.
Action to take
19P: Select the function.
23P: Perform the setting
procedure.
23P: Check your operation.
16P: Select the function.
17P: Check your operation.
12P: Press the
key.
10P: Check the barrier connection.
25P:
Press the
key.
11P: Replace the batteries.
7P: Check the environment of
the location.
Or review the setting of
the function.
14P: Redo the taring.
9P: Check to make sure the
scale is level.
31P: Calibrate the scale.
* The weight with tare exceeds the weighing 14P: Recheck the tare.
capacity.
Weighing range = tare weight + sample weight
If the tare has no problem:
→: Breakage of the
*
     is
Cause
The limit function is not selected.
A limit value is not entered.
*
mechanical section!!
15P: Check the surrounding
conditions of the pan.
If the pan and the pan base have no problem:
→: Breakage of the
mechanical section!!
The scale is affected by static electricity or noise.
→: Failure of the electrical
The electrical section of the scale is broken.
section
Addition was repeated twice. A negative number or 17P: Retry the addition.
zero was added.
If the standard weight is 40% of the weighing
35P: Retry span adjustment or
capacity or less (during adjustment or span tests by
span tests.
an external weight):
The scale is affected by wind or vibration during
35P: Retry span adjustment.
span adjustment.
The span adjustment or span test was conducted
31P: Retry span adjustment or
with the scale loaded with a sample.
span tests.
The scale is affected by wind or vibration during
31P: Retry span adjustment.
span adjustment.
The pan or the pan base is raised by other objects.
Matters common to both types
: Applies only to the dry-cell battery type.
: Applies only to the power supply box type.
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10P: The page to be referred to
→: Contact the retailer or a sales office or
service representative of our company.
Standard Specifications
1
Common Specifications
1. Explosion proof structure ............................. Exia II BT4
2. Precision class .............................................. Class II
3. Measurement method ................................... Dielectric system (tuning fork system)
4. Taring range.................................................. Up to weighing capacity
5. Display ......................................................... LCD of up to 7 digits (character height = 17 mm,
character width = 9 mm, with a 5-degree slant)
6. Calibration of the Scale ................................ Semi-auto span adjustment
7. Display when overloaded ............................. “     ” is displayed when the weighing capacity
is exceeded by 9 divisions (over-error).
8. Operating temperature and humidity ............ Temperature: +5 to +35°C, Humidity: 80%rh or less
9. Power supply ................................................ Power supply box type: 230 VAC or 120VAC
Dry-cell battery type: C-size manganese dry-cell battery
(R14P(NR) National / Panasonic) ×6
10. Options
Printer output
RS232C
RS422A
Limit output
Analog output
BCD output
Remark:
For Shinko printers only
D-sub 25 pin
D-sub 25 pin
12 pin terminals AC125 V, 0.4 A DC30 V, 2 A
2 pin terminals DC5 V, 0.02 A
36 pin terminals
From above (1) through (4), two outputs are available to instal in one scale.
However, the combination of RS232C and RS422A is unavailable.
11.Electrical Specifications
Power supply box specifications
Rating input voltage
AC230 V or AC120V
Rating input electric current
0.1 A
Frequency
50 Hz/60 Hz
Fuse specifications
Rating input voltage
AC250 V
Rating input electric current
2A
Type
Time lag
Please perform the exchange of the fuse after turning off power switch by all means.
Output terminal of the communication board (option;Barrier type only)
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Standard Specifications
2
Configuration of Each Model
2-1 Power Supply Box Type
Model
Weighing
capacity/minimum Dimension
measurable
of pan
weight
Internal
weight
Empty
weight
Length
of scale
cable
Approx.
7.5 kg
φ140
GZH-610Ex
610 g/0.01 g
GZH-1500Ex
GZH-3100Ex
GZH-6100Ex
1500 g/0.01 g
3100 g/0.01 g
6100 g/0.1 g
250 × 202 Available Approx.
(manual) 9.6 kg
GZH-30KEx
30000 g/0.1 g
Approx.
17 kg
270 × 250
1m
3m
* The weight of the power supply box is excluded from the empty weight. (Weight of the power supply box:
approx. 3.5 kg)
* The empty weight of the small model is the sum of the weights of the display section, measuring section, and
pole.
* The empty weight of the medium and large models is the sum of the weights of the display section and
measuring section.
2-2 Dry-Cell Battery Type
Model
Weighing
capacity/minimum Dimension
measurable
of pan
weight
φ140
Internal
weight
Empty
weight
Approx.
8.5 kg
GZH-B610Ex
610 g/0.01 g
GZH-B1500Ex
GZH-B3100Ex
GZH-B6100Ex
1500 g/0.01 g
3100 g/0.01 g
6100 g/0.1 g
250 × 202 Available Approx.
(manual) 10.6 kg
GZH-B30KEx
30000 g/0.1 g
Approx.
18 kg
270 × 250
Length
of scale
cable
1m
3m
* The weight of the C-size manganese dry-cell batteries is included.
* The empty weight of the small model is the sum of the weights of the display section, measuring section, and
pole.
* The empty weight of the medium and large models is the sum of the weights of the display section and
measuring section
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【Memo】