CAS Caston II Series Instruction Manual

CAS Caston II Series Instruction Manual
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CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS........................................................... 4
OVERALL VIEW(CASTON-III) ............................. 7
OVERALL VIEW(CASTON-II)............................... 8
DISPLAY & KEY FUNCTIONS............................... 9
BATTERY USAGE.................................................... 10
USE OF BATTERY CHARGER..............................11
FUNCTIONS & DESCRIPTIONS ......................... 12
AP MODE.................................................................... 14
SLEEP MODE ............................................................ 14
AUTO ZERO TRACKING MODE........................ 15
BA MODE.................................................................... 16
HL MODE.................................................................... 16
REMOTE CONTROL .............................................. 17
OPTION....................................................................... 18
PRODUCT SIZE(CASTON-III) ............................. 19
PRODUCT SIZE(CASTON-II)............................... 21
ERROR MESSAGE .................................................. 22
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PRECAUTIONS
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PRECAUTIONS
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PRECAUTIONS
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OVERALL VIEW(CASTON-III)
SPECIFICATIONS
MAX. TARE WEIGHT
FULL TARE
DISPLAY
L.E.D(1.5 inch)
- 10℃ ~ +40℃
OPERATION TEMPERATURE
POWER SOURCE
DC 12 V Rechargeble Battery / AC Adaptor
POWER CONSUMPTION
DISPLAY LAMP
1.2 ~ 2.4W
ZERO, TARE, HOLD, LOW BATTERY LAMP
CONTINUOUS USING TIME
40 HOURS
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OVERALL VIEW(CASTON-II)
SPECIFICATIONS
MAX. TARE WEIGHT
FULL TARE
DISPLAY
L.E.D(1.2 inch)
- 10℃ ~ +40℃
OPERATION TEMPERATURE
POWER SOURCE
DC 6 V Rechargable Battery / AC Adaptor
POWER CONSUMPTION
0.6 ~ 1W
DISPLAY LAMP
ZERO, TARE, HOLD, LOW BATTERY LAMP
CONTINUOUS USING TIME
60 HOURS
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DISPLAY & KEY FUNCTIONS
MAX 5000
kg
MIN. : 200
kg
e = d = 2kg
■ DISPLAY
WEIGHT DISPLAY:Displays weight or messages (5 Digit).
ZERO LAMP:Indicates that scale is stable and at zero.
NET LAMP:Indicates that scale is currently using a tare.
HOLD LAMP:Indicates that the HOLD function is activated.
LOW BATTERY LAMP:Indicates that voltage of battery low and should be
changed soon.
■ KEY FUNCTIONS
KEYS
FUNCTIONS
Used to turn the scale ON / OFF or used to released from
AP/HL mode
Used to reset the scale zero or enter the AP mode
Used to activate tare function and to clear tare entry
Used to weigh unstable things (livestock, liquid, etc.) or used to
store the set value in ‘AP/HL’ mode
Used to increase the set value in ‘AP/HL’ mode
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BATTERY USAGE
1. CASTON-III
■ Open the battery lid located in back of the scale and turn main switch off.
■ Separate the battery connector and take out the discharged battery.
■ Put a charged battery in rear and connect the battery connector.
Turn main power switch on and cover the battery lid.
■The drop of battery voltage can affect the brightness of display.
To prevent this, the regular battery recharging is recommended.
■In case the battery will be left without recharging for a long time, it is desirable
the main power switch is set off. Otherwise, it also can affect the battery life.
2. CASTON-II
■ Couple connector in main body with connector in battery portion.
■ Insert battery portion to the main body and turn fixing bolt to the right to fix.
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USE OF BATTERY CHARGER
■ Check the voltage of battery charger before use.
(It is fixed to 220V before shipping)
■ Insert charger A.C cord into the power source and connect the discharged
battery to the connector.
■ Turn ON the switch on the battery charger, charging will start with Yellow lamp
(CHARGE) turn on.
■ When the charging is completed, GREEN lamp(FULL) turns on.
■ Estimated time for charging is 10 hours(CASTON-III).
Estimated time for charging is 6 hours(CASTON-II).
(Charging time can be varying according to the battery condition.)
■ Using period when the battery is charged fully : About 15~30 hours
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FUNCTION & DESCRIPTIONS
1. POWER ON
■ Press the ON key located in real panel of the scale.
(While the power is off, the ON/OFF key on the remote control wouldn't
operate.)
■ Press ON/ OFF key.
■ LED display will be on and then, it will show from 00000 to 99999 continuously
2. POWER OFF
■ Press ON/OFF key
■ LED display will show off message and then power turns off
3. ZERO FUNCTION
■ Used to correct drifted zero nalue when the scale is unloaded motion is not
detected You can adjust the zero up to ±2% of the maximum capacity
■ The function does not work when weight is fluctuated ort unstable.
4. TARE FUNCTION
■ Use tare function after removing the weighing material from container being used.
■ The function does not work when weight is fluctuated ort unstable.
■ The weight including TARE weight can't exceed the maximum capacity.
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5. HOLD FUNCTION
There are three HOLD functions : Average / Manual / Peak Hold function
To use this function , must be check Hold-type of ‘HL’ mode.
■ Auto Hold (HL -> 0)
- Press the HOLD key before weighing an unstable item
- “AHold” will display and then, HOLD lamp is on.
- The averaged value of the weight fluctuation will be displayed after few seconds.
■ Peak Hold (HL -> 1)
- Press the HOLD key while checking peak value.
- “PHold” will display and then, peak value of the weight will be updated continuously
until HOLD function is released
■ Average Hold (HL ->2)
- Press the HOLD key while weighing an unstable item
- “Hold” will display and then the averaged value of the weight fluctuation will be
displayed after few seconds.
■ Release of Hold Functions
- Press the HOLD key while HOLD functions are activated
- Remove item on the hook.
- hdoFF will display and then, the scale return to normal weighing mode.
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AP MODE
Press ON key while ZERO key is pressed, then you can enter into ‘AP’ mode.
(‘AP’ means ‘Auto Power off’.)
■ Key Usage
STAR KEY
Used to increase the input value
HOLD KEY
Used to save the input value and Return to Normal Mode.
ZERO KEY
Go to Next Mode.
■ Setting Menu
DISPLAY
FUNCTION
AP-00
Not use
AP-10
Power off after keeping ‘0’kg 10 minute
AP-20
Power off after keeping ‘0’kg 20 minute
AP-30
Power off after keeping ‘0’kg 30 minute
SLEEP MODE
Press ON key while ZERO key is pressed and Press ZERO Again, then you
can enter into ‘SLEEP’ mode.
(‘Sb’ means ‘SLEEP’.)
■ Key Usage
STAR KEY
Used to increase the input value
HOLD KEY
Used to save the input value and Return to Normal Mode
ZERO KEY
Go to Next Mode.
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■ Setting Menu.
DISPLAY
FUNCTION
Sb-00
Sleep mode is deactivated.
Sb-20
Sleep mode is activated after 20 seconds.
Sb-40
Sleep mode is activated after 40 seconds.
Sb-60
Sleep mode is activated after 1 minute.
AUTO ZERO TRACKING MODE
Press ON key while ZERO key is pressed and Press ZERO Again, then you
can enter into ‘AZ’ mode.
(‘AZ’ means ‘Auto Zero Tracking’.)
■ Key Usage
STAR KEY
Used to increase the input value
HOLD KEY
Used to save the input value and Return to Normal Mode
ZERO KEY
Go to Next Mode.
■ Setting Menu.
DISPLAY
FUNCTION
AZ-1
Zero Tracking mode is activated within 0.5 div.
AZ-2
Zero Tracking mode is activated within 1 div.
AZ-5
Zero Tracking mode is activated within 2.5 div.
AZ-9
Zero Tracking mode is activated within 4.5 div.
Ex>When you set the value 9, Zerotracking will change the weight value slowly within 1 div.
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BA MODE
Press ON key while ZERO key is pressed and Press ZERO Again, then you
can enter into ‘bA’ mode. (‘BA’ means ‘Weight BAck up’.)
■ Key Usage
STAR KEY
Used to change the input value
HOLD KEY
Used to save the input value and Return to Normal Mode
■ Setting Menu
DISPLAY
FUNCTION
bA-oF
Weight Back Up OFF
bA-oN
Weight Back Up ON
※ The CO MODE and ID MODE are an engineer mode.
You have to set CO=tu and ID=0 as the default, when you
use Bluetooth (TW-100B).
HL MODE
Press ON key while HOLD key is pressed, then you can enter into ‘HL’ mode.
(‘HL’ means ‘Hold type’.)
■ Key Usage
STAR KEY
Used to increase the input value
HOLD KEY
Used to save the input value
■ Setting Menu
DISPLAY
FUNCTION
HL-00
Auto Hold / Manual Hold
HL-01
Peak Hold use
HL-02
Average Hold
use
While using the HOLD function, the weight displayed may be not exact.
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oL MODE
This mode is only for Engineer mode.
REMOTE CONTROL
■ ON/OFF: Button to operate power on/off.
■ ZERO: Button to correct zero value.
■ TARE: Used to tare value memorizing.
■ HOLD: Used to weigh moving thing.
■ CLEAR : Used to clear summing weight.
■ SUM : Used to sum item
REMOTE CONTROL
AVAILABLE DISTANCE
6m ~ 9m
AVAILABLE ANGLE
60°
POWER
3V(1.5V AMM x 2)
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OPTIONS
Please refer to handy terminal TW-100 B manual of CASTON-III B
(Crane Scale : Bluetooth Type)
1. TW-100 Specification
Frequency
Channel interval
Channel
Communication Type
Communication Speed
Actual Communication
Distance
Display
Size of letter
Display below zero
Battery life time
Battery charging time
Power
2400~2483.5 MHz
1 Mhz
78 channel
GFSK(Gaussina Frequency Shift Keying)
9600
Maximum. Approximately 50~100M
LCD (5 digit)
12 mm (Height)
“-“ displayed
Approx. 6 hours
Approx. 3~5 hours
TW -100 : Rechargeable DC Battery7.2V750mA
Charger : AC220V/60Hz
Power consumption
0.43~0.72 W
Temperature range
-10℃ ~ +40℃
Printer interface, zero, tare, hold, print,
ID setting, weight sum
Function
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PRODUCT SIZE(CASTON-III(B))
0.5 TON 5 TON
MAX 5000
kg
MIN. : 200
kg
e = d = 2kg
(UNIT: mm)
MODEL
MAX.CAPA
DIVISION
A
WEIGHT
0.5THD
0.5TON
200g
510
26kg
1THD
1TON
500g
510
26kg
2THD
2TON
1kg
515
28kg
3THD
3TON
1kg
515
28kg
5THD
5TON
2kg
538
31kg
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10 TON 50 TON(CASTON-III(B))
(UNIT: mm)
MODEL MAX.CAPA DIVISION
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
WEIGHT
42
57.2
44kg
10THD
10TON
5kg
667
360
¢83
845 57.2
15THD
15TON
10kg
682
360
¢99
886 63.5
50
63.5
53kg
20THD
20TON
10kg
725
360 ¢126 990
86
60
86
76kg
30THD
30TON
20kg
895
440 ¢138 1200 108
92
108
220kg
50THD
50TON
20kg
1400 440 ¢180 1520 146 112.7
146
390kg
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PRODUCT SIZE(CASTON-II)
MODEL CAPACITY GRADUATION
0.5THB
1THB
2THB
3THB
5THB
500kg
200g
1000LB
0.5LB
1TON
500g
2000LB
1LB
2TON
1kg
5000LB
2LB
3TON
1kg
5TON
2kg
10000LB
5LB
A
B
C
D
E
350
57.1
82
30
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WEIGHT
15kg
F
26
6.8LB
350
57.1
82
30
26
430
57.1
91
47
45
15kg
20kg
26
30
9.1LB
430
57.1
91
47
45
474
57.1
1
47
45
20kg(9.1LB)
20kg
9.1LB
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ERROR MESSAGE
Error Message
"Err 0"
Description
The "Err 0" occurs when scale is not stable.
Solution
Remove unstable facts.
The "Err 1" occurs when a current zero point has
Please call your CAS dealer.
"Err 1"
shifted from the last span calibration.
"Err 3"
The "Err 3" is an overload error.
Please remove the weight.
▶ Notice : Specifications are subject to change for improvement without notice.
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