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SC/SE Series
Wash Down Scales
SC-30KAM / SC-60KAM / SC-150KAM / SC-60KAL / SC-150KAL
SE-30KAM / SE-60KAM / SE-150KAM / SE-60KAL / SE-150KAL
1WMPD4002054
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The contents of this manual and the specifications of the instrument covered by this manual are
subject to change for improvement without notice.
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................. 2
2. FEATURES........................................................................................................... 2
3. UNPACKING ........................................................................................................ 3
4. DESCRIPTION OF EACH PART.......................................................................... 4
4-1. Display and symbols ................................................................................. 6
4-2. Switches.................................................................................................... 7
5. SETTING UP ........................................................................................................ 8
5-1. Attaching the display pole to the base ..................................................... 8
5-2. Installing the scale................................................................................... 10
5-3. Installing the batteries ..............................................................................11
6. BASIC OPERATION .......................................................................................... 12
6-1. Turning the power ON and OFF .............................................................. 12
6-2. Selecting a weighing unit......................................................................... 12
6-3. Basic weighing operation ........................................................................ 13
6-4. Weight display resolution ........................................................................ 13
7. COUNTING MODE............................................................................................. 14
8. COMPARATOR .................................................................................................. 15
9. CALIBRATION ................................................................................................... 17
9-1. Gravity acceleration correction................................................................ 17
9-2. Calibration using a weight ....................................................................... 18
9-3. Restoring to the factory setting values .................................................... 19
10. FUNCTIONS..................................................................................................... 20
10-1. Setting the parameters .......................................................................... 20
10-2. Function list ........................................................................................... 21
11. OPTIONS.......................................................................................................... 22
12. MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................... 22
12-1. Notes on maintenance .......................................................................... 22
12-2. Error codes............................................................................................ 22
13. SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................ 23
13-1. Specifications ........................................................................................ 23
13-2. External dimensions .............................................................................. 24
GRAVITY ACCELERATION MAP .......................................................................... 26
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1. INTRODUCTION
This manual describes how the SC/SE Series Wash Down Scales work and how to get
the most out of them in terms of performance. Please read this manual completely
before using the scale.
2. FEATURES
The SC/SE Series Wash Down Scales have the following features:
‰ Dust-tight and water-tight construction, complying with IP68.
Water will not enter the scale even if immersed to a depth of 1 m for 24 hours.
‰ The weighing platform of the SC series is made of stainless steel (SUS304), and
the SE series, steel.
The weighing pan of both models is made of stainless steel (SUS430).
‰ As a power source, size D batteries are used. The battery life, when Alkaline
batteries are used, is approximately 3,600 hours.
‰ A large LCD with a character height of 39 mm is used.
‰ Two weighing platform sizes are available. The SC-KAL and SE-KAL series have a
larger weighing pan, and the SC-KAM and SE-KAM series have a smaller weighing
pan. Select a model that suits your own application.
‰ Two types of weight display resolution are available, normal (1/3,000) and high
(1/6,000 or 1/7,500).
‰ The counting function easily counts the number of objects of the same weight.
‰ The comparator function compares the displayed value (weight value) with the
upper and lower limit values and shows the results. The optional OP-03 (SCE-03)
comparator relay output can output the results as a relay signal.
‰ The optional OP-02 (SCE-02) USB interface and OP-03 (SCE-03) RS-232C serial
interface can transmit the weight value to a personal computer.
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3. UNPACKING
When unpacking, check whether all of the following items are included:
●Instruction manual
SC/SE Series
Wash Down Scales
SC-30KAM / SC-60KAM / SC-150KAM / SC-60KAL / SC-150KAL
SE-30KAM / SE-60KAM / SE-150KAM / SE-60KAL / SE-150KAL
●SC-KAL / KAM series
●SE-KAL / KAM series
*Pole support foot
Pole support foot
*Only for the SE-KAM series
‰ The cable length from the base to the display is approximately 1.5 m.
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4. DESCRIPTION OF EACH PART
●SC-KAL / KAM series
Display
Display pole
Option slot
Spirit level
Display rear side
Battery cover
Weighing pan
Leveling foot
4
Display knob
●SE-KAL / KAM series
Display
Display pole
Option slot
Display rear side
Battery cover
Weighing pan
Spirit level
Leveling foot
5
Display knob
4-1. Display and symbols
Display
LCD
STABLE indicator
NET indicator
Weighing
units
ZERO indicator
ON/OFF switch
Battery indicator
ON/OFF
HI,OK,LO indicators
PRINT switch
UNITS switch
ZERO switch TARE switch
Symbols
Symbol
Description
STABLE ○
Turns on when the weight value is stable.
NET ◄
Turns on when the NET weight is displayed.
(The tare operation is in progress.)
ZERO ◄
Turns on when the scale shows zero.
iHIi OK iLOi
Turns on when the comparator results are displayed.
Weighing units
“lb”, “oz”, “kg” and “pcs” are available. A selected unit turns on.
Battery indicator
The battery indicator changes as the battery capacity decreases,
as shown below:
New
Replace the batteries.
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4-2. Switches
Switch
Description
ON/OFF switch
Turns the power ON or OFF.
When turned ON, the scale will be automatically set to zero
(power-on zero).
ON/OFF
PRINT switch
Outputs the weight value to the printer.
In the setting mode, this switch is used to increase the value of
the selected blinking digit by one.
UNITS switch
Switches the weighing unit.
In the setting mode, this switch is used to shift the blinking digit
to the right.
ZERO switch
Zeroes the scale and sets the display to zero.
TARE switch
Subtracts the tare (container) weight placed on the weighing
pan.
In the setting mode, this switch is used to store the setting value
and proceed to the next step.
‰ The
ZERO
and
TARE
switches work when the weight value is stable.
‰ The ZERO switch will zero the scale if the weight value is within ±2% of the
weighing capacity (kg) around the power-on zero point. The ZERO◄ indicator
turns on. (ZERO operation)
‰ The TARE switch will tare the scale and subtract the weight to zero as a tare
weight when the weight is a plus value. In this case the ZERO◄ and NET◄
indicators turn on. (TARE operation)
When the tare is removed while the tare operation is in progress and the scale
returns to the zero point, the ZERO◄ and NET◄ indicators turn on. In this case
the displayed tare value will be negative.
‰ When the tare is removed while the tare operation is in progress and the ZERO
operation described above is performed, the tare operation previously done is
cleared and the NET◄ indicator turns off.
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5. SETTING UP
5-1. Attaching the display pole to the base
SC-KAL / KAM series
Lower part of
the display pole
2
1. Remove the weighing pan from the
base.
2. Remove the 4 screws from the lower
part of the display pole.
4
3. Pull out the cable
3. Insert the display pole under the base
Base
while pulling out the cable into the base
and align the cable opening positions of
the pole and the base. (See “3” in the
illustration.)
‰ Do not pull the cable forcibly.
Take care not to pinch the cable
Display
Base, seen
between the pole and the base.
pole
from above
4. Align the screw holes of the pole and
Cable
the base. Using the 4 screws removed
at step 2 to secure the display pole to
the base firmly.
3. Insert
5. Lay the base on its side.
Remove the 4 screws (“5” in the illustration)
and remove the pole support foot.
6. Pull the excess cable out of the base.
(See “6” in the illustration.)
‰ Take care not to damage the cable.
And make sure the cable has no
slack.
5
6
7
7. Pull the cable out to the pole side.
(See “7” in the illustration.)
5
Pole support foot
8. Put the bundle of cable back into the
Cable
display pole. (See “8” in the illustration.)
Display pole
9. Using the 4 screws removed at step 5
to secure the pole support foot to the
display pole.
10. Return the base to the upright position and
place the weighing pan on the base.
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Bundle
8
9
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SE-KAL / KAM series
Lower part of
the display pole
2
1. Remove the weighing pan from the
base.
2. Remove the 4 screws from the lower
part of the display pole.
4
Base
3. Insert the display pole under the base
while pulling out the cable into the base
and align the cable opening positions of
the pole and the base. (See “3” in the
illustration.)
‰ Do not pull the cable forcibly.
Take care not to pinch the cable
Base, seen
between the pole and the base.
from above
3. Pull out the cable
3. Insert
Display
pole
4. Align the screw holes of the pole and
the base. Using the 4 screws removed
at step 2 to secure the display pole to
the base firmly.
Cable
5. Turn the display knob counterclockwise
to remove the display from the display
pole. (“5” in the illustration)
Display
Cable
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6. Pull the excess cable, from inside the
base, out of the display pole. (See “6”
in the illustration.)
‰ Take care not to damage the cable.
And make sure the cable has no
slack.
5
Display knob
5
Bundle
7. Put the bundle of cable back into the
display pole.
(See “7” in the illustration.)
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8
8. Place the display on the pole and
secure it using the display knob. (See
“8” in the illustration.)
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8
9. Place the weighing pan on the base.
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5-2. Installing the scale
1. Select the place for installing the scale. Refer to “Precautions on installing the
scale” below.
2. Adjust the level of the base, using the
spirit level and leveling feet. Confirm
that the bubble is in the center of the
level.
The SE-KAM series has an extra foot at
the bottom of the display pole. Adjust
this foot to touch the floor after adjusting
the level of the base.
Leveling foot
Spirit level
The size and shape
depends on the scale model.
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3. Press in on the display knob located at the
lower part of the display to tilt the display to an
appropriate angle, 0°, 30° or 60°.
30
Display
60
Display knob
Precautions on installing the scale
Consider the following conditions to get the most out of the scale.
‰ Install the scale where the temperature and relative humidity are stable and
where there is no draft or vibration.
‰ Installing the scale or storing it for an extended period where the temperature
and relative humidity are high and where there may be abrupt changes in
temperature may cause scale failure.
‰ Install the scale on a solid and level surface.
‰ Do not install the scale in direct sunlight.
‰ Do not install the scale near heaters or air conditioners.
‰ Do not install the scale where flammable or corrosive gas is present.
‰ Do not install the scale near equipment which produces magnetic fields.
‰ Do not install the scale where there is apt to be static electricity, in a place
where the relative humidity is lower than 45% RH. Insulators such as plastic
are apt to be charged with static electricity.
‰ When the scale is installed for the first time, or the scale has been moved,
perform calibration as described in “9. CALIBRATION”.
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5-3. Installing the batteries
Prepare six, size D (R20P or LR20) batteries. The batteries are not included with the
product.
The scale can be used continuously for about 3,600 hours using alkaline batteries.
When
appears, replace all six batteries with new ones as soon as possible.
1. Turn the battery cover on the rear of the
display counterclockwise to remove it.
Battery cover
2. Press on the catch in the arrow direction to
release it. Take the battery compartment
out in the direction of the arrow.
3. While taking care of the battery polarity,
insert a battery into the battery
compartment. The polarity marks are
Catch
shown in the battery compartment.
First, insert the negative side of the
battery into the compartment. Press
Battery
down the positive side to fit into the
compartment
compartment, as shown to the right.
‰ To remove the battery, reverse the
procedure above. First, push in on the
positive side toward to the negative side.
4. Insert six new batteries in the battery
compartment as described in step 3.
5. Place the battery compartment back
into the display, using the positioning
tab as a guide. Secure the catch into
the hole with a clicking sound.
6. Turn the battery cover clockwise to
attach it. Make sure that the groove on
the cover is correctly engaged and the
cover is closed completely.
Positioning tab
Handle
Battery compartment
Handle
Precautions on using the batteries
‰ Do not handle the batteries with wet hands. Do not allow the batteries to become wet.
‰ Take great care of the polarity of batteries. The polarity marks are shown in
the battery compartment.
‰ Replace the batteries with six new ones when “lb” is displayed.
‰ Do not mix used and new batteries. It may cause damage to the batteries or
product, if used.
‰ Do not mix the battery type. It may cause damage to the batteries or product.
‰ The battery life depends on the ambient temperature.
‰ Remove the batteries from the battery compartment if the scale is not to be
used for a long period of time. They may leak and cause damage. Damage due
to battery leakage is not covered by the warranty.
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6. BASIC OPERATION
6-1. Turning the power ON and OFF
1. Press the ON/OFF switch to turn the power ON.
All the display symbols appear and the scale waits for the weight value to become
stable.
After the weight value internally becomes stable, the display turns off for a moment
and zero is shown with the ZERO indicator (power-on zero).
If the weight value is unstable, the display shows “------”. Check if anything
touches the weighing pan, or check if there is strong wind or vibration. And
eliminate the cause of the error.
The range for power-on zero is within ±50% of the weighing capacity (kg) around
the calibrated zero point.
If the power is turned ON while there is a load beyond this range, the scale shows
“------”. Remove the load from the weighing pan.
‰ If the scale is to be turned ON with some item loaded, performing a zero calibration
with the item loaded will allow the scale to turn ON that way. (Refer to “9.
CALIBRATION”.) In this case, make sure that the total weight of the item loaded at
power-on and the object to be weighed is within the weighing capacity.
2. Press the ON/OFF switch to turn the power OFF.
‰ Auto power-off function
The auto power-off function automatically turns the power OFF, if zero is displayed
for approximately 5 minutes.
Refer to “10-2. Function list” to set “poff”. The auto power-off function has been
enabled at the factory.
6-2. Selecting a weighing unit
In the weighing mode, press the UNITS switch to select a weighing unit.
Each time the UNITS switch is pressed, the unit changes as shown below.
kg
ZERO
12
lb
oz
pcs
6-3. Basic weighing operation
1. Press the
ON/OFF
switch to turn the power ON.
2. Select a weighing unit using the
UNITS
switch.
Container
3. When the display doesn’t show zero, press the
ZERO switch to set the display to zero.
4. When using a tare (container), place the
container on the weighing pan, and press the
TARE switch to set the display to zero.
5. Place the object to be weighed on the weighing
pan or in the container, and wait for the STABLE
indicator to turn on and read the value.
6. Remove the object from the weighing pan.
‰ The ZERO switch will zero the scale if the
weight value is within ±2% of the weighing
capacity (kg) around the power-on zero point. The
ZERO◄ indicator turns on. If the weight value
exceeds ±2% of the weighing capacity (kg),
the ZERO switch does not work.
Weighing pan
Press
NET
ZERO
Object to
be weighed
STABLE
NET
‰ The TARE switch will tare the scale and subtract the weight to zero as a tare
weight when the weight is a plus value.
‰ Weighing is possible up to the weighing capacity. When a tare is used, weighing is
possible up to the weighing capacity less the tare weight value.
Precautions during operation
‰ When reading or storing a value, make sure that the STABLE indicator is turned on.
‰ Do not press switches with a sharp instrument such as a pencil.
‰ Do not apply a shock load to the scale.
‰ Do not place a load on the weighing pan that exceeds the weighing capacity.
‰ Keep the scale free from foreign objects.
‰ Calibrate the scale periodically to keep weighing accuracy. (Refer to “9. CALIBRATION”.)
6-4. Weight display resolution
The weight display resolution is a ratio of the minimum display to the weighing capacity.
The SC/SE series has two types of weight display resolution, normal and high.
Normal:
High:
1/3,000
1/6,000 or 1/7,500 (depending on the weighing capacity)
The factory setting is the high resolution. Select the resolution that suits your own
application by the function setting “r5eo”.
‰ For details about the minimum display and the weighing capacity, refer to “13-1.
Specifications”.
‰ In the counting mode, the scale works with the high resolution regardless of the
weight display resolution selected by the function setting “r5eo”.
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7. COUNTING MODE
Determines a unit weight (the weight of one piece) from the known pieces of samples,
and calculates how many pieces are on the weighing pan using the unit weight.
The unit weight is maintained even if the power is turned OFF.
1. Press the
UNITS
Press
switch to select “pcs”.
(“pcs” = pieces)
ZERO
2. Press and hold the UNITS switch to
enter the sample unit weight storing mode.
The numerical value on the left indicates
the number of samples.
Press and hold
Number of
samples
ZERO
Press
3. To change the number of samples, press the
PRINT switch. It may be set to 5, l0, 20, 50
or l00.
4. If necessary, place a container on the
weighing pan, and press the TARE1
switch. Confirm that the right side of the
number of samples shows zero.
Container
Weighing
pan
Press
5. Place the correct number of samples on
the weighing pan or in the container.
ZERO
Samples
6. Confirm that the STABLE indicator is turned on.
Press the UNITS switch to calculate and
store the unit weight. Remove the samples. The
scale is set to count objects with this unit weight.
STABLE
‰ The total weight of samples should be more than
shown below, regardless of the number of samples.
Weighing capacity of 30 kg: 0.05 kg
Weighing capacity of 60 kg: 0.1 kg
Weighing capacity of 150 kg: 0.2 kg
If not, the display shows “lo ut” and returns to the
display of step 5. Increase the number of samples
(step 3) and try again.
7. Place the objects to be counted on the weighing pan.
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Confirm
zero
8. COMPARATOR
Compares the weight value with the upper and lower limit values and shows the results
of the comparison by HI OK LO on the display.
The formula to compare is as follows:
1LO < Lower limit value ≤ OK ≤ Upper limit value < HI
Select comparison conditions that suit your own application. (Refer to “Comparator mode: Cp”
in “10-2. Function list”.)
0: No comparison (comparator function disabled).
1: To compare all data.
2: To compare all stable data.
3: To compare all data which are more than +4d or less than -4d.
4: To compare stable data which are more than +4d or less than -4d.
5: To compare all data which are more than +4d.
6: To compare stable data which are more than +4d.
d = minimum display (Refer to “13-1. Specifications”.)
Also in the counting mode, “d” is equal to the minimum display of kg mode.
‰ The upper and lower limit values are maintained even if the power is turned OFF.
‰ The upper and lower limit values are common to the weighing and counting mode.
‰ Ignore the decimal point when setting the upper limit or lower limit value.
For example, when the weighing capacity is 30 kg and the setting value is “001000”:
Display mode
Normal resolution kg
High resolution kg
Normal resolution lb
High resolution lb
Normal resolution oz
High resolution oz
Counting mode
Limit value
10.00 kg
1.000 kg
10.00 lb
10.00 lb
100.0 oz
100.0 oz
1000 pcs
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Capacity / Minimum display
30.00 kg / 0.01 kg
30.000 kg / 0.005 kg
66.00 lb / 0.02 lb
66.00 lb / 0.01 lb
1050.0 oz / 0.5 oz
1050.0 oz / 0.2 oz
Entering the upper and lower limit values
1. Press the UNITS switch to select a
weighing unit, ”kg”, ”lb” or ”oz”
2. Press and hold the UNITS switch to
enter the upper limit setting mode.
Press
Press and hold
3. Enter the upper limit value using the
following switches.
UNITS
To shift the blinking digit
to the right.
PRINT
To increase the value of
the blinking digit by one.
The minus sign can be selected as a
blinking digit after the least significant
digit.
The PRINT switch alternates the
minus sign on and off. The blinking “-”
shows minus and no sign is plus.
4. After setting all of the digits, press the
TARE switch. Then, the upper limit
value is stored and the display goes to
the lower limit setting mode.
5. Set the lower limit value in the same way
as the upper limit value setting procedure,
and press the TARE switch to return to
the weighing mode.
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Press
Press
Press
Set the lower limit
value
9. CALIBRATION
Adjusts the scale for accurate weighing.
Calibrate the scale in the following cases.
‰ When the scale is first installed.
‰ When the scale has been moved.
‰ When the ambient environment has changed.
‰ For regular calibration.
9-1. Gravity acceleration correction
When the scale is first used or has been moved to another location, it should be
calibrated using a calibration weight.
But if a calibration weight is not available, the gravity acceleration correction will
compensate the scale. Change the gravity acceleration value stored in the scale to the
value of the area where the scale will be used. Refer to the gravity acceleration map at
the end of this manual.
Note
Gravity acceleration correction is not required when the scale will be calibrated
using a calibration weight at the place where it is to be used.
‰ Make sure that the scale is in the weighing
mode (displaying “kg”, “lb”, “oz” or “pcs”).
1. Press and hold the TARE switch until the
gravity acceleration value (in this example:
9.7985) appears, and release the switch.
2. Press and hold the UNITS
the value starts to blink.
.
switch until
Press and hold
(more than 4 seconds)
Release
Press and hold
3. Change the displayed value using the following
switches.
UNITS
PRINT
To shift the blinking digit to the
right.
Press
To increase the value of the
blinking digit by one.
4. Press the TARE switch. The setting value
is stored and “end” is displayed.
5. When calibration using a calibration weight is
to be performed, go to step 3 of “9-2.
Calibration using a weight”. To finish the
setting procedure, turn the power OFF.
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Press
9-2. Calibration using a weight
Prepare a weight, preferably a weight with the same value as the weighing capacity of
the scale to be calibrated. Note that the calibration weight value can be set by 10 kg/lb.
1. Turn the power ON and warm up the scale for at least half an hour.
‰ Change the function setting “poff” or place something on the weighing pan to
disable the auto power-off function.
‰ Make sure that the scale is in the weighing
mode (displaying “kg”, “lb”, “oz” or “pcs”).
Press and hold
(more than 4 seconds)
2. Press and hold the TARE switch until
the gravity acceleration value appears,
and release the switch.
3. Press the
UNITS
switch and display “Cal”.
Release
Press
4. Press and hold the UNITS switch until “Cal 0” is
displayed. Confirm that nothing is placed on the weighing
pan and wait for the STABLE indicator to turn on.
5. Press the TARE switch. The scale
calibrates the zero point and displays the
value of the calibration weight (SPAN
calibration).
Press and hold
‰ The calibration weight value is equal to the weighing
capacity. (factory setting)
Press
‰ If SPAN calibration is not to be performed, turn the
power OFF to exit from the calibration procedure.
6. To calibrate with a weight different from the weighing
capacity, change the displayed value using the
following switches.
UNITS
To shift the digit that is blinking (unit
of measure included) to the right.
PRINT
To increase the value of the
blinking digit by one or to switch
the unit between kg and lb.
7. Place the calibration weight with the
same value as displayed on the weighing
pan, and wait for the STABLE indicator to
turn on.
Press
Calibration
weight
Weighing pan
8. Press the TARE switch. The scale
calibrates SPAN and “end” is displayed.
Remove the weight from the weighing
pan, and turn the power OFF.
Note
If the scale will be moved to another location, set the
gravity acceleration value for the new location and calibrate
the scale according to the procedure above. Refer to the
previous section to set the gravity acceleration value.
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Press
9-3. Restoring to the factory setting values
If the gravity acceleration value or calibration weight value is changed unintentionally,
restore those values to the factory setting values, as follows.
‰ Make sure that the scale is in the weighing
mode (displaying “kg”, “lb”, “oz” or “pcs”).
1. Press and hold the TARE switch until
the gravity acceleration value appears,
and release the switch.
2. Press the UNITS
display “ClrC” .
.
switch twice and
3. Press and hold the UNITS
“ClrCno” appears blinking.
Press and hold
(more than 4 seconds)
Release
Press twice
switch until
Press and hold
4. Press the PRINT switch.
“ClrCno” changes to “ClrCgo”.
Press
5. When “ClrCgo” is displayed, press the
TARE
switch. The factory setting
values are restored and “end” is
displayed.
To finish the restoring procedure, turn the
power OFF.
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Press
10. FUNCTIONS
The scale has function settings to specify the scale performance.
The parameters set in the function settings are maintained even if the power is turned
OFF.
Parameter
Item
10-1. Setting the parameters
While
holding down,
1. Turn the power OFF.
2. Press and hold the TARE switch and press the
ON/OFF switch to turn the power ON. The software
version is displayed.
‰ “∗∗∗” indicates the software version number.
3. Press the
UNITS
switch to display the item.
press
ON/OFF
Press
4. Change the item or parameter using the following switches.
UNITS
To display the next item.
PRINT
To increase the value of the blinking
digit by one (to change the parameter).
Press
‰ When the parameter is changed,
the STABLE indicator turns off.
5. Press the TARE switch to store the setting value.
After “end”, the scale returns to the weighing mode.
To restore the function settings to the factory
setting values
When “Clrfno” is displayed, press the PRINT switch to
change to “Clrfgo”. Then, press the TARE switch. The
When changed
Press
Press
function settings are restored to the factory setting values.
After “end”, the scale returns to the weighing mode.
Press
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10-2. Function list
Item
Auto power-off
function
Parameter
0
Auto power-off disabled
poff
Š 1
Auto power-off enabled
Weight display
resolution
0
Description
Normal (1/3,000)
r5eo
Š 1
High (1/6,000 or 1/7,500)
Serial interface
Baud rate
Š 0
1
2
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
Stream mode
Command mode
bp5
Serial interface
Data output
mode
prt
Š 0
1
Command mode only
2
Print switch mode
3
4
Serial interface
Response
aCk
0
Š 1
Comparator
mode
Š 0
1
Cp
2
3
4
5
6
sStability
0
Response speed Š 1
Cond
2
Zero tracking
0
Š 1
trc
Decimal point
Š 0
Changes “d”,
minimum display
Command mode
Auto-print mode +/- data
Command mode
Auto-print mode + data
Command mode
No reply except “Q” command
Reply to commands
Comparator disabled
Compares all data
Compares all stable data
Compares data of > +4d or < -4d
Compares stable data of > +4d or < -4d
Compares data of > +5d
Compares stable data of > +5d
Weak / fast response
Normal / normal response
Strong / slow response
Zero tracking function disabled
Comparison conditions
d = minimum display
Tracks the zero drift
Zero tracking function enabled
Selects a
point type.
Dot (.)
dp
1
Comma (,)
Initialization
no
Initialization disabled
Clrf
Turns the power OFF
automatically
Restores the function
settings to the factory
setting values.
Initialization enabled
go
Š Factory setting
d = minimum display, the minimum mass that can be weighed
Even the counting mode uses “d” for judgment.
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decimal
11. OPTIONS
The following options are available for the SC/SE series:
‰ OP-02 (SCE-02)
‰ OP-03 (SCE-03)
USB interface
RS-232C serial interface and Comparator relay output
Note
When an option is installed, the dust-tight and water-tight performance of the
scale will be degraded.
For details, refer to the instruction manual for the options.
12. MAINTENANCE
12-1. Notes on maintenance
‰ Do not disassemble the scale. Contact your local A&D dealer if the scale needs
service or repair.
‰ Use the original packaging for transportation.
‰ Do not use organic solvents to clean the scale. Use a warm lint free cloth
dampened with a mild detergent.
‰ Calibrate the scale periodically to keep weighing accuracy.
12-2. Error codes
Overload error
Indicates that an object beyond the weighing capacity
has been placed on the weighing pan.
Remove the object from the weighing pan.
Underload error
Indicates that the weight sensor receives strong force
upward.
Check if the weighing pan is touching anything or if there
is anything in the base. There is a possibility that the
weight sensor or internal circuit may have a failure.
Unit weight error
Indicates that the sample weight is too light to set the unit
weight in the counting mode.
Increase the number of samples.
Low battery
Indicates that the batteries are depleted.
Replace them with new batteries.
Other
The internal circuit may have a failure.
(∗ indicates an error number.)
‰ If the error persists or other errors occur, contact your local A&D dealer.
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13. SPECIFICATIONS
13-1. Specifications
‰ Materials
SC series:
SE series:
MODEL
Weighing capacity
(kg)
Minimum display “d”
(kg)
Weighing capacity
(lb)
Minimum display “d”
(lb)
Weighing capacity
(oz)
Minimum display “d”
(oz)
Number of samples
Maximum count
Minimum unit weight
Repeatability
(Std. deviation)
Linearity
Sensitivity drift
Display
Display update
Operating conditions
Power supply
Battery operating
Weighing pan
size
Dimensions
Mass
(approximately)
Calibration weight
(factory setting)
Weighing platform
Stainless steel (SUS304)
Steel
Weighing pan
Stainless steel (SUS304)
Stainless steel (SUS430)
SC-30KAM
SE-30KAM
SC-60KAM
SE-60KAM
SC-150KAM
SE-150KAM
SC-60KAL
SE-60KAL
SC-150KAL
SE-150KAL
30
60
150
60
150
0.01
0.005 *
0.02
0.01 *
0.05
0.02 *
0.02
0.01 *
0.05
0.02 *
130
330
130
330
0.02
0.01 *
0.05
0.02 *
0.1
0.05 *
0.05
0.02 *
0.1
0.05 *
1050
2100
66
5200
2100
5200
0.5
0.2 *
1
2
1
2
0.5 *
1*
0.5 *
1*
5 (can be changed to 10, 20, 50 or 100) pieces
60,000 pcs
60,000 pcs
75,000 pcs
60,000 pcs
75,000 pcs
0.0005 kg
0.001 kg
0.002 kg
0.001 kg
0.002 kg
0.005 kg
0.01 kg
0.02 kg
0.01 kg
0.02 kg
±0.01 kg
±0.02 kg
±0.05 kg
±0.02 kg
±0.05 kg
±20 ppm / °C (5°C to 35°C / 41°F to 95°F)
7 segment LCD (character height 39 mm)
10 times per second
-10°C to 40°C / 14°F to 104°F, 85% R.H. or less (non-condensing)
Size D (R20P / LR20) batteries x 6
Approximately 3,600 hours using alkaline batteries
300 x 380 mm / 11.8 x 15.0 in.
390 x 530 mm / 15.4 x 20.9 in.
SC-KAM: 300(W) x 543(D) x 717(H) mm
11.8(W) x 21.4(D) x 28.2(H) in.
SE-KAM: 300(W) x 582(D) x 722(H) mm
11.8(W) x 22.9(D) x 28.4(H) in.
SC-KAL: 390(W) x 688(D) x 717(H) mm
SC-KAL: 15.4(W) x 27.1(D) x 28.2(H) in.
SE-KAL: 390(W) x 732(D) x 722(H) mm
SE-KAL: 15.4(W) x 28.8(D) x 28.4(H) in.
SC-KAM: 12 kg SE-KAM: 12 kg
SC-KAL: 16 kg SE-KAL: 16 kg
30 kg
60 lb
60 kg
120 lb
150 kg
300 lb
60 kg
120 lb
* Factory setting
‰ The cable length from the base to the display is approximately 1.5 m.
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150 kg
300 lb
13-2. External dimensions
●SC-30KAM / SC-60KAM / SC-150KAM
163
380
717
60
38.1
117
300
173
300
220
●SC-60KAL / SC-150KAL
158
530
717
60
38.1
123
390
173
440
300
Unit: mm
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●SE-30KAM / SE-60KAM / SE-150KAM
60
380
722
202
40
118
300
202
220
300
●SE-60KAL / SE-150KAL
202
530
722
60
40
128
390
440
300
Unit: mm
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GRAVITY ACCELERATION MAP
Values of gravity at various locations
Amsterdam
Athens
Auckland NZ
Bangkok
Birmingham
Brussels
Buenos Aires
Calcutta
Cape Town
Chicago
Copenhagen
Cyprus
Djakarta
Frankfurt
Glasgow
Havana
Helsinki
Kuwait
Lisbon
London (Greenwich)
Los Angeles
Madrid
9.813 m/s2
9.807 m/s2
9.799 m/s2
9.783 m/s2
9.813 m/s2
9.811 m/s2
9.797 m/s2
9.788 m/s2
9.796 m/s2
9.803 m/s2
9.815 m/s2
9.797 m/s2
9.781 m/s2
9.810 m/s2
9.816 m/s2
9.788 m/s2
9.819 m/s2
9.793 m/s2
9.801 m/s2
9.812 m/s2
9.796 m/s2
9.800 m/s2
Manila
Melbourne
Mexico City
Milan
New York
Oslo
Ottawa
Paris
Rio de Janeiro
Rome
San Francisco
Singapore
Stockholm
Sydney
Taichung
Tainan
Taipei
Tokyo
Vancouver, BC
Washington DC
Wellington NZ
Zurich
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9.784 m/s2
9.800 m/s2
9.779 m/s2
9.806 m/s2
9.802 m/s2
9.819 m/s2
9.806 m/s2
9.809 m/s2
9.788 m/s2
9.803 m/s2
9.800 m/s2
9.781 m/s2
9.818 m/s2
9.797 m/s2
9.789 m/s2
9.788 m/s2
9.790 m/s2
9.798 m/s2
9.809 m/s2
9.801 m/s2
9.803 m/s2
9.807 m/s2
World map
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