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Mettler Toledo bRite Advanced Service manual
bRite
Service Manual
GB
(01/2011)1.0
Service Manual
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Service Manual
INTRODUCTION
This publication is provided solely as a guide for individuals who have purchased the
METTLER TOLEDO BRite scale product.
METTLER TOLEDO©, Inc. 2010
No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any
means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any
purpose without the express, written permission of METTLER Toledo, Inc.
METTLER TOLEDO RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE REFINEMENTS
OR CHANGES WITHOUT NOTICE.
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Precautions
READ this manual
BEFORE operating or
servicing this
equipment.
FOLLOW these
instructions carefully.
STORE this manual
for future reference.
DO NOT allow
untrained personnel to
operate, clean,
inspect, maintain,
service, or tamper with
this equipment.
ALWAYS
DISCONNECT this
equipment from the
power source before
cleaning or performing
maintenance.
Call METTLER
TOLEDO for parts,
information, and
service.
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WARNING
ONLY PERMIT QUALIFIED PERSONNEL TO
SERVICE THIS EQUIPMENT. EXERCISE
CARE WHEN MAKING CHECKS, TESTS AND
ADJUSTMENTS THAT MUST BE MADE WITH
POWER ON. FAILING TO OBSERVE THESE
PRECAUTIONS CAN RESULT IN BODILY
HARM.
WARNING
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
SHOCK HAZARD, CONNECT TO A
PROPERLY GROUNDED OUTLET ONLY. DO
NOT REMOVE THE GROUND PRONG.
WARNING
DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THIS UNIT
BEFORE REMOVING THE FUSE OR
SERVICING. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY
RESULT IN BODILY INJURY OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE.
CAUTION
BEFORE CONNECTING/DISCONNECTING ANY INTERNAL
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS OR INTERCONNECTING WIRING
BETWEEN ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT ALWAYS REMOVE POWER
AND WAIT AT LEAST THIRTY (30) SECONDS BEFORE ANY
CONNECTIONS OR DISCONNECTIONS ARE MADE. FAILURE TO
OBSERVE THESE PRECAUTIONS COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE
TO OR DESTRUCTION OF THE EQUIPMENT OR BODILY HARM.
CAUTION
OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING
ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE DEVICES.
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GEO-Value
The GEO-Value of verified balances explains for which usage location the balance has
been verified. This GEO-Value is shown on the balance total price display shortly after the
balance is turned on.
Further details are shown in the “GEO-Value table“ below.
GEO-Value Table
Country
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
France
Finland
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Iceland
Italy
Latvia
Luxembourg
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Sweden
Switzerland
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
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Geo-Width
46°22‘ – 49°01‘
49°30‘ – 51°30‘
41°41‘ – 44°13‘
42°24‘ – 46°32‘
48°34‘ – 51°03‘
54°34‘ – 57°45‘
41°20‘ – 51°00‘
59°48‘ – 70°05‘
47°00‘ – 55°00‘
34°48‘ – 41°45‘
45°45‘ – 48°35‘
51°05 – 55°05‘
63°17‘ – 67°09‘
35°47‘ - 47°05‘
55°30 – 58°04‘
49°27‘ – 50°11‘
47°03‘ – 47°14‘
53°54‘ – 56°24‘
50°46‘ – 53°32‘
57°57‘ - 71°11‘
49°00‘ – 54°30‘
36°58‘ – 42°10‘
43°37‘ – 48°15‘
55°20‘ – 69°04‘
45°49‘ – 47°49‘
47°44‘ – 49°46‘
45°26‘ – 46°35‘
36°00‘ – 43°47‘
35°51‘ – 42°06‘
49°00‘ – 62°00‘
Geo-Value (default)
18
20
16
18
20
23
19
25
20
15
19
22
26
17
23
20
18
22
20
24
21
15
18
24
18
19
18
15
16
21
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction ................................................................
................................................................................................
............................................................................................
............................................................7
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.4.1.
1.4.2.
1.5.
1.6.
1.7.
1.8.
1.9.
1.9.1.
1.9.2.
1.10.
Overview ............................................................................................................................. 7
Service Facilities ................................................................................................................... 7
Tools & Test equipment required ............................................................................................. 7
System Specifications ............................................................................................................ 8
BRite standard ..................................................................................................................... 8
BRite Advanced .................................................................................................................... 8
Model Configuration ............................................................................................................. 9
Approval Documentation ....................................................................................................... 9
Accessories .......................................................................................................................... 9
Sealing ............................................................................................................................. 10
Keyboard .......................................................................................................................... 11
BRite standard Keyboard ..................................................................................................... 11
BRite Advanced Keyboard.................................................................................................... 11
Battery .............................................................................................................................. 12
2. Installation ................................................................
................................................................................................
............................................................................................
............................................................ 13
2.1.
2.2.
Safety Precautions .............................................................................................................. 13
Ambient Conditions ............................................................................................................. 13
3. Entering Operator Configuration Setup................................
Setup................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................ 13
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
3.6.
3.7.
Setup Navigation ................................................................................................................ 14
Entering Operational Setup................................................................................................... 15
Entering Scale Configuration Setup ....................................................................................... 18
Time & Date Settings (BRite Advanced only) .......................................................................... 20
Country Default Configuration............................................................................................... 20
External peripheral printer (optional only available on BRite Advanced) ..................................... 23
Calibration......................................................................................................................... 24
4. Scale structure ................................................................
................................................................................................
.......................................................................................
....................................................... 26
4.1. Explosion Drawings ............................................................................................................ 26
4.1.1. BRite standard compact ...................................................................................................... 26
4.1.2. BRite Advanced compact / tower version ............................................................................... 30
5. Maintenance ................................................................
................................................................................................
.........................................................................................
......................................................... 35
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
Preventive Maintenance....................................................................................................... 35
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................. 35
Error Shooting .................................................................................................................... 36
Diagnosis .......................................................................................................................... 37
6. Replacing parts ................................................................
................................................................................................
.....................................................................................
..................................................... 37
6.1.
6.2.
6.3.
6.4.
6.5.
6.6.
Service Preparation ............................................................................................................. 37
Opening of the Housing ....................................................................................................... 38
Replacing the Main Board ................................................................................................... 38
Load Cell........................................................................................................................... 40
Display Exchange ............................................................................................................... 42
Keyboard Exchange ............................................................................................................ 43
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1. Introduction
1.1. Overview
Target customers for BRite are:
Metrological instructions
Important legal note-for-trade
scales in EEC countries
Small store businesses
Open Markets
All our equipment is assembled, tested and
packed with great care. If you find that aspects of
our quality do not meet your expectations, please
contact METTLER TOLEDO immediately.
BRite scales are high-precision weighing
instruments, which are approved and certified by
weights and measures authorities. This scale is
certified in our production plant or by your local
weights & measures office. Please check the
certification stickers on the scale before use.
Read this service manual carefully.
If properly used and maintained, the scale will
provide years of accurate weighing. Please handle
it as you would any piece of precision electronic
equipment.
The information contained in this manual is
believed to be accurate at the time of publication,
but METTLER TOLEDO assumes no liability
arising from the use or misuse of this material.
Reproduction of this material is strictly prohibited.
Material in this manual is also subject to change.
© Copyright 2010 METTLER TOLEDO, all rights
reserved.
TM Registered trademark of METTLER TOLEDO.
M
Factory-verified scales carry this
identification on the label applied
on the package.
M
Scales identified by the green
"M" label applied on the
identification plate can be
operated immediately.
M
Scales calibrated in two stages
carry the opposite identification
on the label applied on the
package
These scales have already been
verified in the first step (declaration of
conformity according to EN 45501-8.2)
and should receive the second step at
their place of use.
This second step must be performed
by the certified METTLER TOLEDO
after-sales service.
Please contact your local METTLER
TOLEDO agency.
Retail scales, used for legal trade,
must be submitted for calibration and
verification.
Please respect and observe the
current metrological directives in your
country.
1.2. Service Facilities
To service a scale, the service area should meet the following requirements:
Should be temperature controlled and meet scale specifications for ambient temperature requirements.
Must be free of vibrations, such as fork lift trucks close by large motors, air currents or frafts from air
conditioning/heating ducts, open windows, people walking by, fans, etc.
Area must be clean and free of excessive dust.
Work surface must be stable and level.
Scale must not be exposed to direct sunlight or radiating heat sources.
Use an approved electro-static device.
1.3. Tools & Test equipment required
Common hand tools are sufficient to disassemble BRite price computing scales.
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1.4. System Specifications
BRite family consists of two products lines: BRite standard and Advanced.
The specifications of the BRite are listed in the below table.
After servicing the scale, the below specifications must be met.
1.4.1. BRite standard
Item
Display
Key
Preset key
Stainless pan
PLU quantity
Power
Gross weight / net weight
Shipping box (L x W x H)
Working environment
Storage environment
Weighing function
Communication
Software update
Futures
LCD with backlight; 6-digit weight, 6-digit unit price, 6-digit total price
32 membrane keys
16 keys; one key can store one PLU (no double layer presets)
240 x 337 mm (trapezoid shape)
50
100~240VAC, 50/60HZ or 6VDC/4.5Ah lead-acid rechargeable battery
(option)
Gross weight: 6.10kg; Net weight: 4.20kg
480mm x 465mm x 180mm
Temperature: -10C~40C; Humidity: 85%RH, non-condensation
Temperature: -25C~50C; Humidity: 85%RH, non-condensation
Zero, Tare, 100g*, change*, Hold*, Euro*, 1/2lb*,1/4lb*, kg/lb*
None
Through RS-232
1.4.2. BRite Advanced
Item
Display
Key
Preset key
Stainless pan
PLU quantity
Power
Gross weight / net weight
Shipping box (L x W x H)
Working environment
Storage environment
Weighing function
Communication
Software update
* Not available in all countries.
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Futures
LCD with backlight; 6-digit weight, 6-digit unit price, 7-digit total price,
4-digit tare display
32 light touch keys
16 keys, every key can store 2 PLUs
240 x 337 mm (trapezoid shape)
100
100~240VAC, 50/60HZ or 6 NIMH or D-cell batteries
Tower version: Gross weight: 5.54 kg; Net weight: 3.73 kg
Compact version: Gross weight: 5.23 kg; Net weight: 3.42 kg
480mm x 465mm x 180mm
Temperature: -10C~40C; Humidity: 85%RH, non-condensation
Temperature: -25C~50C; Humidity: 85%RH, non-condensation
Zero, Tare, 100g, charge*, Hold*, Euro*, 1/2lb*,1/4lb*, kg/lb*
RS232/USB
Through RS-232
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1.5. Model Configuration
bRite-
X2- AXS1L (country code)
Country Code
Power: L = Lead acid;A = NIMH battery
Presion: 1 = 3000e
Ranges: S = single range D = Dual range
Capacity: 6 = 6kg; 15 = 15kg; 30 = 30kg
A: LCD display
Version: C = Compact; T = Tower; W= Weight only
Tiger price computing scale
1.6. Approval Documentation
OIML
CE
NTEP
FCC
UL
CB
1.7. Accessories
Description
Lead acid rechargeable battery
NIMH rechargeable battery (6 pcs)
Plastic cover for pan
Plastic cover for housing
External Printer
Ticket
RS232 cables
USB cables
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CIMF number
72168359
72151831
72247039
72247038
72248934
72181866
72237981
72237984
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1.8. Sealing
After installation is completed, legal-for-trade applications require that the enclosure is sealed with a sticker.
Metrological relevant settings can not be adjusted without breaking the sealing.
Attention:
Assuming the user is to use the (non-automatic) scales/balance in the legally regulated field, the user will
be responsible for notifying the appropriate calibration authorities of the repaired scales/balance, so that the
latter can take the appropriate measures (calibration/recalibration).
1. Sealing sticker
2. Sealing screw
3. Sealing cover
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1.9. Keyboard
Keyboard layouts by region:
1.9.1. BRite standard Keyboard
Europe’s keyboard
Other countrie’s keyboard
1.9.2. BRite Advanced Keyboard
Europe’s keyboard
Other countries’ keyboard
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Europe’s preset card
Other Countries’ Preset Card
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1.10. Battery
BRite standard Series can only use lead acid batteries. BRite Advanced Series can be operated by using
NIMH and D-cell batteries.
BRite standard: Lead acid battery, 6V 4.5 Ah rechargeable battery
BRite Advanced: NIMH battery, 1.2 V 7000 mAh rechargeable battery
BRite Advanced provides the altermative to use NIMH and D-cell batteries.
When using recharable batterries the battery switch located on the bottom side of the device needs to be
switched to NimH. Default position of switch is NimH as indicated on picture. If the switch is in this position
(as indicated on the below drawing) ONLY rechargeable NIMH battery of size UM1 should be used.
NIMH
Battery
If you want to use D-Cell, push the switch to the D-cell side. In this status, charging function is disabled
automatically.
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2. Installation
Before installing your BRite scale, identify the best location for your new equipment. A suitable installation
environment enhances operation and ensures a long life of the scale. Keep in mind the following factors,
which might have a negative influence on the scale's performance:
Vibration diminishes the scale’s ability to measure accurately. Excessive vibration from equipment such
as conveyors can cause inaccurate and non-repeatable readings.
Be sure the scale is leveled properly.
Air currents can also diminish a scale’s performance.
Avoid placing the scale in front of or directly under air vents.
Other than items being weighed, avoid any objects rubbing or pressing against any part of the scale.
2.1. Safety Precautions
In order to prevent accidents at work, the installer is required to take actions, directions and measures that
comply with the general regulations for the prevention of industrial accidents, all other valid regulations for
the prevention of accidents and with all other generally recognized regulations relating to safety and
occupational health.
2.2. Ambient Conditions
The right location is critical to weighing accuracy. Ideal locations comply with the following conditions:
No shocks and vibrations.
No excessive temperature fluctuations.
No direct sunlight.
Select a vibration-free location for your scale.
3. Entering Operator Configuration Setup
Modification of operational setup parameters will allow adjusting the functionality of the system to working
requirements.
Enter Setup:
1. When unit price is 0, Press the Manu key for around 3 seconds.
2. After hearing a long beep, the display will show “SET 1 OP”.
3. Push ON/OFF key to enter operator configuration.
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3.1. Setup Navigation
The system is structure in 5 major setup categories:
Set 1: Operational Setup
Set 2: Scale Configuration Setup
Set 3: Calibration Setup
Set 4: Precision measurement (manufacturing)
Set 5*: Date & Time Setup
* Only for Advanced line.
Setup Navigation keys:
BRite standard
BRite Advanced
Enter Setup & Leave Setup*
Enter Setup Group & Select the Parameters
Go up
Go down
* Leave Setup:
Go back to the first level manual when you press menue key one time; when you press this key two times,
you can choose SAVE or ABORT all parameters which you set.
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3.2. Entering Operational Setup
1.
2.
3.
When unit price is 0, Press the Menu key for around 3 seconds.
After hearing a long beep, the display will show "SET 1 OP".
Press ON/OFF key to enter the Operational Setup Group.
Operational Settings Summary:
BRite standard Series:
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Function
Explanation
Initialize to
ON: Initialize softswitch parameters to the defaults
Defaults (only for
OFF: Scale will not initialize scale softswitch parameters
operation
configuration)
Buzzer
OFF: No sound when a key is pressed
ON: Strong volume when key is pressed
Backlight
OFF: No backlight
ON: Strong backlight
Automatic power 0: Disable both sleep & power off function
off and Total
1: No sleep function, auto power off after 30 Minutes of non-use
power off time
2: Sleep function after 5 minutes of non use; no auto power off
3: Sleep function after 5 minutes of non-use, Auto power off after 30
minutes of non-use
4: Sleep function after 15 minutes of non-use, no auto power off
5: Sleep function after 15 minutes of non-use, Auto power off after 30
minutes of non-use
Auto-clear of
ON: Enables automatic clearing when weight is removed from platter
Tare and Unit
OFF: Disables automatic clearing when the weight is removed from
platter
Prepack / Fix
ON: Enables Prepack/Fix mode
Mode Enable
OFF: Disables Prepack/Fix mode
Auto PLU
ON: Search PLU automatically
OFF: Search PLU after depressing the PLU key
Digital Filter
0: Light digital filtering
Selection
1: Medium digital filtering
2: Heavy digital filtering.
Charge
ON: Enable battery charge
OFF: Disable battery charge
Function keys
0 = Total Function keys are disabled
1 = Total Function keys are enabled
PLU Enable
ON: Enables the storage of unit price
OFF: Disables this feature
By-Count/X Mode ON: By-count pricing is enabled
Enable
OFF: By-count pricing is disabled
EURO Phase ** 1= Phase 1
2= Phase 2
3= Phase 3
4= Phase 4
** Only available in specific regions
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Default
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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BRite Advanced Series:
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Function
Explanation
Initialize to
ON: Initialize softswitch parameters to the defaults
Defaults (only for
OFF: Scale will not initialize scale softswitch parameters
operation
configuration)
Buzzer
OFF: No sound when a key is pressed
ON: Strong volume when key is pressed
Backlight
OFF: No backlight
ON: Strong backlight
Automatic power 0: Disable both sleep & power off function
off and Total
1: No sleep function, auto power off after 30 Minutes of non-use
power off time
2: Sleep function after 5 minutes of non use; no auto power off
3: Sleep function after 5 minutes of non-use, Auto power off after 30
minutes of non-use
4: Sleep function after 15 minutes of non-use, no auto power off
5: Sleep function after 15 minutes of non-use, Auto power off after 30
minutes of non-use
Auto-clear of
ON: Enables automatic clearing when weight is removed from platter
Tare and Unit
OFF: Disables automatic clearing when the weight is removed from
platter
Prepack / Fix
ON: Enables Prepack/Fix mode
Mode Enable
OFF: Disables Prepack/Fix mode
Auto PLU
ON: Search PLU automatically
OFF: Search PLU after depressing the PLU key
Digital Filter
0: Light digital filtering
Selection
1: Medium digital filtering
2: Heavy digital filtering.
Charge
ON: Enable battery charge
OFF: Disable battery charge
Function keys
0 = Total Function keys are disabled
1 = Total Function keys are enabled
PLU Enable
ON: Enables the storage of unit price
OFF: Disables this feature
By-Count/X Mode ON: By-count pricing is enabled
Enable
OFF: By-count pricing is disabled
EURO Phase ** 1= Phase 1
2= Phase 2
3= Phase 3
4= Phase 4
Two PLU in one ON: Two PLUs can be preset in one preset key
preset key
OFF: Only one PLU can be pre-set in one preset key
Communication 0: RS232
Port
1: USB
Communication 0: Protocol
Type
1: Printer
Ticket Language 0 = English
1 = French
2 = Germany
3 = Spanish
4 = Italian
RS232
0= 1200bps
Communication 1= 2400bps
Speed
2= 4800bps
3= 9600bps
4= 19200bps
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Default
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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19
20
21
22
23
5= 38400bps
6= 57600bps
Data bits,
0= 7, Even, 1
Parity,
1= 7, Odd, 1
Stop bits
2= 7, No, 1
3= 8, No, 1
4= 7, Even, 2
5= 7, Odd, 2
6= 7, No, 2
7= 8, No, 2
Protocol
0= CAS (Price computing)
1= Avery Berkel (Price computing)
2= Dialog 06 (Price computing)
3= L2 METTLERr Toledo (Price computing)
4= Anker (Price computing)
5= Dialog 02/04 (Price computing)
6= NCI_Protocol (Price computing)
VAT
ON= Price is with VAT
OFF=Price is without VAT
VAT key
0= VAT key disable
1= VAT key enabled
PLU Tare Enable ON: Enables storage of tare with the unit price*
OFF: Disables this feature
* Depending on geography default is on or/off
** Only available in specific regions
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X
X
X
X
X
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3.3. Entering Scale Configuration Setup
1. When unit price is 0, Press the Manu key for around 3 seconds.
2. After hearing a long beep, the display will show "SET 1 OP".
3. Press the Tare key to go down to set 2, then press ON/OFF key.
4. Display messages: Press Seal.
5. Break the sealing located under the scale. Press the calibration button to enter the configuration,
display will show: STEP 1.
For more information on settings & scale functionality, please refer to below form.
BRite standard Series:
Step
1
2
3
4
Function
Country
Initialize to Defaults
Display comma or
period
Decimal Point Position Select for
Price Displays
5
No Content
6
Enable Zero Cursor
7
Gross or Net Zero
8
Display uuuuu’s When
9
Tare Enable
10
Chain Tare
11
Keyboard Tare Enable
12
Keyboard Tare Clear
13
Accumulate/+ Enable
14
Change Function Enable
15
Total Price Round
16
Unit price multiplication
17
Hold function
18
1/2LB or 100g pricing
19*
1/4LB pricing enable
20*
Switch between LB & KG
* Only available in specific regions
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Explanation
Detail in the section “specification by country”
YES: Initialize softswitch parameters to the defaults
NO: Scale will not initialize scale softswitch parameters
OFF: Use a “.” in all weight and price data
ON: Use a “,” in all weight and price data
Select the number of the digits (0, 1, 2, and 3) to be
displayed to the right of the decimal point for the unit price
and total price displays
ON: Enables zero cursor
OFF: Disables zero cursor
ON: Zero cursor will be illuminated when the gross or net
OFF: Zero cursor will be illuminated when the gross weight
ON: Show uuuuu’s when weight is less than zero
OFF: Show negative weight when under zero
ON: Enables tare function
OFF: Disables tare function
Enable ON: Enables chain (multiple) tares
OFF: Only one tare per transaction is allowed
ON: Tare can be entered via scale numeric keyboard
OFF: The steady weight on the platter becomes the tare
ON: Tare can be cleared when the platter is empty
OFF: Tare can not be cleared via the keyboard
ON: Enables Accumulator
OFF: Disables Accumulator
ON: Enable change function
OFF: Disable change function
ON: Total price will be rounded
OFF: Total price not round
ON: Enable this function
OFF: Disable this function
ON: Enable this function
OFF: Disable this function
ON: Enable 1/2lb or 100g function
OFF: Disable 1/2lb or 100g function
ON: Enable 1/4 lb function
OFF: Disable 1/4 lb function
ON: Enable this function
OFF: Disable this function
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BRite Advanced Series:
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19*
20*
Function
Country
Initialize to Defaults
Explanation
Detail in the section “specification by country”
YES: Initialize softswitch parameters to the defaults
NO: Scale will not initialize scale softswitch parameters
Display comma or
OFF: Use a “.” in all weight and price data
period
ON: Use a “,” in all weight and price data
Decimal Point Position Select for Select the number of the digits (0, 1, 2, and 3) to be
Price Displays
displayed to the right of the decimal point for the unit price
and total price displays
Currency
0= no currency
1= €
2= Fr.
3= Kr
4= $
5= £
6= Rs
7= Zt
8=T
Enable Zero Cursor
ON: Enables zero cursor
OFF: Disables zero cursor
Gross or Net Zero
ON: Zero cursor will be illuminated when the gross or net
OFF: Zero cursor will be illuminated when the gross weight
Display uuuuu’s When
ON: Show uuuuu’s when weight is less than zero
OFF: Show negative weight when under zero
Tare Enable
ON: Enables tare function
OFF: Disables tare function
Chain Tare
Enable ON: Enables chain (multiple) tares
OFF: Only one tare per transaction is allowed
Keyboard Tare Enable
ON: Tare can be entered via scale numeric keyboard
OFF: The steady weight on the platter becomes the tare
Keyboard Tare Clear
ON: Tare can be cleared when the platter is empty
OFF: Tare can not be cleared via the keyboard
Accumulate/+ Enable
ON: Enables Accumulator
OFF: Disables Accumulator
Change Function Enable
ON: Enable change function
OFF: Disable change function
Total Price Round
ON: Total price will be rounded
OFF: Total price not round
Unit price multiplication
ON: Enable this function
OFF: Disable this function
Hold function
ON: Enable this function
OFF: Disable this function
1/2LB or 100g pricing
ON: Enable 1/2lb or 100g function
OFF: Disable 1/2lb or 100g function
1/4LB pricing enable
ON: Enable 1/4 lb function
OFF: Disable 1/4 lb function
Switch between LB & KG
ON: Enable this function
OFF: Disable this function
* This function only for special countries.
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3.4. Time & Date Settings (BRite Advanced only)
1.
2.
Access Setup menu as described above
Press arrow up or down to set the time.
a. Year configuration: Press up or down arrow key to choose the accurate year. Then press on/off
key.
b. Month configuration. Also use up or down arrow key to choose the digit. On/Off key to enter the
Day setting process.
c. Day configuration: Same as year and month adjustment process.
*
3.5. Country Default Configuration
Country
China
Germany
France
USA
Austria
Spain/
Portugal
Belgium/
Netherlands
Italy
Swiss
Ukraine
Russia
Hungary
Slovakia
Czechia
Poland
slovenia
Croatia
England
Kazakhstan
India
Turkey
E-Port
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G
E
O
Country
type
S1
S2
Country
Initialize
To
Defaults
S3
Ticket
Lang
S4
S5
Decimal
Point
Display
Position
comma or
Currency
Select for
periode
Price
Displays
2
,
2
€
,
2
€
,
.
2
$
2
€
,
2
€
,
S6
Enable
Zero
Cursor
12
20
19
12
18
15
3
0
0
2
0
0
CN
DE
FR
US
AT
ES
1
1
1
1
1
1
German
French
English
German
Spanish
21
0
BE
1
French
,
2
€
0
17
18
21
23
19
19
20
21
18
18
21
18
12
14
12
0
0
3
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
3
3
3
3
3
IT
CH
UA
RU
HU
SK
CZ
PL
SLO
HR
GB
KZ
IN
TR
E-Port
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Italian
German
English
English
English
English
English
English
English
English
English
English
English
English
English
,
,
,
,
.
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
.
.
2
2
2
2
0
3
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
€
Fr.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
€
Zt
€
€
£
T
Rs
TL
€
1
0
0
1
0
0
Service Manual
Country
G
E
O
Country
type
S7
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S9
S10
Tare
Enable
Chain
Tare
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
S11
S12
S13
Keyboard Keyboard Accumula
Tare
Tare
te/+
Enable
Clear
Enable
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
12
20
19
12
18
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
Display
uuuuu’s
When
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
21
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
17
18
21
23
19
19
20
21
18
18
21
18
12
14
12
0
0
3
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
3
3
3
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
Gross or
Net Zero
China
Germany
France
USA
Austria
Spain/
Portugal
Belgium/
Netherlands
Italy
Swiss
Ukraine
Russia
Hungary
Slovakia
Czechia
Poland
slovenia
Croatia
England
Kazakhstan
India
Turkey
E-Port
S8
Service Manual
Country
G
E
O
Country
type
S14
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S16
S17
Unit price
Hold
multiplicat
function
ion
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
S18
S19
1/2lb or
100g
pricing
1
1
1
1
1
1/4Lb
pricing
enable
0
0
0
1
0
S0
12
20
19
12
18
3
0
0
2
0
1
1
1
1
1
Total
Price
Round
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
21
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
17
18
21
23
19
19
20
21
18
18
21
18
12
14
12
0
0
3
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Change
Function
China
Germany
France
USA
Austria
Spain/
Portugal
Belgium/
Netherlands
Italy
Swiss
Ukraine
Russia
Hungary
Slovakia
Czechia
Poland
slovenia
Croatia
England
Kazakhstan
India
Turkey
E-Port
S15
switch on
kg/lb
0
0
0
1
0
Service Manual
Table descriptions:
Setting meaning:
0= OFF 1= ON
County type is used for country area definition:
0:
1:
2:
3:
West Europe
East Europe (only this country type has EUR function)
USA and Canada
Others
3.6. External peripheral printer (optional only available on BRite Advanced)
How to connect the printer to scale:
Plug the printer power cable to socket.
Use printer cable to connect the scale
(RJ45 is connect with scale, RS232 is used for connecting with printer)
* Please be aware that all transaction data is lost if the mainboard is exchanged.
METTLER TOLEDO does not take over any liabilities that come up due to the connection of printers not
officially recommended by METTLER TOLEDO for the concerned product line. Printers connected to the
system & not officially recommended by METTLER TOLEDO might not be covered by the scale
approval. Get in contact with METTLER TOLEDO to obtain information about which peripheral printers are
listed as officvially supported products
Scale Memory: Up to 500 data sets can be stored on the system. Once the system reaches memory limits
the oldest data record will be canceld automatically.
Ticket data English
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Date & time & Ticket Number
PLU Text
kg (Pcs)
(Local currency)/kg (PCS)
PLU Number/ Non PLU text
Total
Tax
Change/Change
Ticket Layout Example
Ticket Number
2005-02-08 15:56
PLU TEXT
kg(PCS)
Non PLU
0.5
PLU 2
2
(local
currency/kg(PCS)
Local currency
symbol
9.80
4.90
3.36
6.72
11.62
Page 23 of 44
Total
Tax 10%
Tax 15%
0.45
0.88
Cash
Change
12.00
0.38
Service Manual
3.7. Calibration
Important Note:
Assuming the user is to use the (non-automatic) scales/balance in the legally regulated field, the user will
be responsible for notifying the competent calibration authorities of the repaired scales/balance, so that the
latter can take the appropriate measures (calibration/recalibration).
Capacity and Increments
Weight unit Resolution Capacity (kg) Increment (g) Capacity of the load cell (kg)
Kg
3000
3
1
5
6
2
11
15
5
22
6/15
2/5
22
30
10
40
6000
12
2
22
30
5
40
* Offering dependent on geography
Load Cell BOM
72184999
72186986
72186876
72184997
72186879
72186875
72186878
Calibration switch position:
The calibration switch is located in the base of the scales – next to the adapter housing.
Please use a thin rod to press the calibration switch when sytem displays message “Press seal”.
Steps when breaking the seal:
1. Break the paper seal and unscrew the plastic cover fixation.
2. Take off the plastic cover.
3. Press the calibration switch with a thin rod.
Calibration steps:
Procedure
Step1
Step2
Step3
Step4
Step5
Step6
Step7
Step8
Step9
Step10
Step11
Step12
Step13
Step14
Step15
Description
Weighing mode
Press T key until display
show SET 3 CAL
Please press the calibration
button
One beep indicate that the
calibration button has been
pressed, granting access to
setup mode
Access to calibration setting
Choose the accurate GEO
Display Display
Key
Display On
on 1st on 2nd
operation
3rd line
line
line
0.000
0.00
0.00
[Menu]
[T]
SET 1 OP
SET 3 CAL
[on/off]
Press seal
SET
[on/off]
[T]
[on/off]
[T]
Choose Y to access to
calibration setting
Choose unit kg or lb
[on/off]
Choose ranges single or dual [on/off]
[on/off]
Select the capacity
[T]
Capturing zero
[T]
Count down from 5 to 0 and [on/off]
go to next step automatically.
If scale is not stable, will
Page 24 of 44
Display on
the bottom Lit cursor
line
GEO
GEO ***
CAL
CAL Y
KG
sing
CAP
CAP
-----5
precision
precision
Service Manual
Procedure
Step16
Step17
Step18
Step19
Description
show 5 and not count down
to find zero
Put the weight on the platter
(*valid weight is about 2/3
capacity)
Count down from 5 to 0
Choose save or abort
calibrations
Finish, and then turn on
Page 25 of 44
Display Display
Display on
Key
Display On
on 1st on 2nd
the bottom Lit cursor
operation
3rd line
line
line
line
Add **
[on/off]
[T]
[on/off]
Capture 0
save
Service Manual
4. Scale structure
4.1. Explosion Drawings
Only spare parts with order number can be ordered directly! For other product
components contact METTLER TOLEDO to optain more information. Spare parts offering
is subject to change!
4.1.1. BRite standard compact
72245482_S(Exploded drawing for Standard compact line)
ITEM
1
MT-LOG
No.
30211687
BOM
72231117
DESCRIPTION
Platter,Spare Parts,bRite
QTY
1
2
72231158_S TOP COVER ASSEMBLE,BLITE
1
3
72231157
1
4
72231159_C BASE COVER ASSEMBLE,BLITE
1
30763877
Feet, bRite
4
124080
SCREW GB818 M4X10_ZN.D
11
5
30763877
B1
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SPIDER ASSEMBLE,BLITE
NOTE
5000 series
COMPACT LINE
Service Manual
72231158_S (Top cover assemble for standard line)
ITEM MT-LOG No.
1
2
3
QTY
30209354
30209354
72257147
72257147
72231137
72231137
72231120
TOP COVER, standard,LCD,bLite
1
148625
Bubble,Spare Parts,bRite
1
133333
NAMEPLATE
1
Display Lens, Customer, LCD, 15kg/5g,
1
bRite STD
Display Lens, Customer, LCD, 6kg/2g, bRite
STD
Display Lens, Customer, LCD, 6/15kg/5g/2g,
bRite STD
30209356
30211608
6
7
DESCRIPTION
Preset Card EU, bRite STD
1
Display Lens, Operator, LCD, 15kg/5g, bRite
1
STD
Display Lens, Operator, LCD, 6kg/2g, bRite
STD
Display Lens, Operator, LCD, 6/15kg/5g/2g,
bRite STD
Keyboard EU, bRite STD
1
72241857
4
5
BOM
72241857
30209356
72245973
30209357
30209355
30209355
72257149
72257149
8
131305
RUBBLE MAT
2
9
72241559
NIMH COVER ASSEMBLE,BRITE
1
10
72242087
LABEL FOR LEAD ACID ,BRITE
1
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NOTE
Service Manual
72231157 (Spider assemble for all kinds of AMI)
ITEM
MT-LOG
No.
BOM
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
133149
RUBBER MAT
4
2
72231139
UP SPIDER,BLITE
1
3
72231140
DOWN SPIDER,BLITE
1
72186876
Load Cell,AMI-22KG,C3,Spare Parts,bRite
1
5
72186878
Load cell, AMI40KG,C3, A
1
6
72186875
Load cell, AMI22KG,C6, A
1
B1
102503
SCREW GB70 M6X20-Zn.D
4
B2
139298
SCREW GB818 M4X20-S.S
1
B3
113256
SCREW GB79 M6X20-Zn.D
4
B4
72202353
STOP SCREW M6X12,BN,BOSSARD
2
4
30211611
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NOTE
Service Manual
72231159_C (Base cover assemble for compact line)
ITEM
1
MT-LOG
No.
BOM
DESCRIPTION
QTY
72231163
LEAD ACID HOUSE,Spare Parts,bRite
1
2
72228054
CUSTOMER DISPLAY, bRite
1
3
72238194
WIRING HARNESS,POWER PLUG,BLITE 1
4
72244606
USER DISPLAY LCD, bRite
5
153417
WIRING
HARNESS
ON/OFF,BLITE
6
72192054
SEALING COVER,
1
7
122206
LABEL,SEAL VERA
1
8
72231123
ADAPTER COVER,bRite
1
46001802+
46001774
Adapter & Plug,Spare Parts,bRite
1
10
72231126
LABEL,RS232,bRite
1
11
72231121
BASE COVER, bRite
1
9
30211689
30211614
,
1
CHARGE
1
12
30211691
72228052
MAINBOARD PCB,Spare Parts,bRite STD
1
13
30211692
168359
Battery,6V,4.5AH,DJW6-4.5AH,bRite
1
B1
151903
SELF SCREW GB845 ST2.2X4.5-Zn.D
2
B3
127234
SCREW GB819 M4X16-Zn.D
1
B4
129862
SELF SCREW GB845 ST2.9X9.5-Zn.D
2
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NOTE
Service Manual
4.1.2. BRite Advanced compact / tower version
Top cover assemble for Advanced line
ITE
M
MT-LOG
No.
BOM
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
30211619
72186679
Keyboard Pin,Spare Parts,bRite ADV
1
2
30211686
72231249
Keyboard Layer,Silicon,bRite ADV
1
3
72241850
72241850
Keyboard Layer, Programmer, bRite ADV
1
4
30211617
72231250
5
30211618
72231177
72231119
72231119
Keyboard Layer, Spare Parts,bRite ADV
1
Keyboard Conductor,Spare Parts,bRite
1
ADV
Keyboard bRite weight only
1
30209360
30209360
30209358
30209358
72257150
72257150
6
Display Lens, Operator, LCD, 15kg/5g,
1
bRite ADV
Display Lens, Operator, LCD, 6kg/2g,
1
bRite ADV
Display
Lens,
Operator,
LCD,
1
6/15kg/5g/2g, bRite ADV
7
TOP COVER,advance,LCD,bLite
1
8
BUBBLE φ11X7.5
1
9
1
12
NAMEPLATE
Display Lens, Customer, LCD, 15kg/5g,
bRite ADV
Display Lens, Customer, LCD, 6kg/2g,
bRite ADV
Display
Lens,
Customer,
LCD,
6/15kg/5g/2g, bRite Weigh Only
NiMH Battery Cover,Spare Parts,bRite
ADV
LABEL FOR NIMH ,BLITE
B1
RING 3.2
10
11
30209361
30209361
30209359
30209359
72241401
72241401
30211609
72231130
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1
1
1
1
1
2
NOTE
Service Manual
Tower assemble
ITEM
1
Order
BOM
No.
72257151 72257151
2
DESCRIPTION
Display Lens Tower, Customer,
6/15kg/5g/2g, bRite ADV
QTY
LCD,
1
TOWER DISPLAY FRONT COVER,BLITE
1
Tower Display, LCD,Spare Parts,bRite ADV
1
4
TOWER DISPLAY BACK COVER,BLITE
1
B1
NUT GB39 M4_Zn.D
1
B2
SELF SCREW GB845 ST2.9X6.5_Zn.D
1
3
30211607
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72244609
NOTE
Service Manual
72231157(Spider assemble for all kinds of AMI)
Order
No.
ITEM
BOM
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
RUBBER MAT
4
2
UP SPIDER,BLITE
1
3
DOWN SPIDER,BLITE
1
Load
Parts,bRite
1
4
30211611
72186876
5
Cell,AMI-22KG,C3,Spare
Load cell, AMI40KG,C3, bRite
1
Load Cell,AMI-22KG,C3X2,bRite
1
B1
SCREW GB70 M6X20-Zn.D
4
B2
SCREW GB818 M4X20-S.S
1
B3
SCREW GB79 M6X20-Zn.D
4
B4
STOP SCREW
BOSSARD
6
30211612
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72184997
M6X12 , BN ,
2
NOTE
Service Manual
Base cover assemble
ITEM
MT-LOG No.
BOM
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
30211689
72231163
LEAD ACID HOUSE,Spare Parts,bRite
1
2
30211690
72238194
WIRING HARNESS,Spare Parts,bRite
1
WIRING
HARNESS
ON/OFF,BLITE
3
4
,
CHARGE
1
30211605
72246643
Operator Display,Spare Parts,bRite ADV
1
30211606
72237951
Customer Display,Spare Parts,bRite ADV
1
30211615
72231934
Mainboard PCB,Spare Parts,bRite ADV
1
6
SEALING COVER,bRite
1
7
LABEL,SEAL VERA
1
72231123
ADAPTER COVER,BLITE
1
46001802+
46001774
Adapter & Plug,Spare Parts,bRite
1
10
LABEL,RS232,BLITE
1
11
BASE COVER,BLITE
1
Battery,6V,4.5AH,DJW6-4.5AH,bRite
1
B1
SELF SCREW GB845 ST2.2X4.5-Zn.D
2
B3
SCREW GB819 M4X16-Zn.D
1
B4
SELF SCREW GB845 ST2.9X9.5-Zn.D
2
5
8
9
12
30211614
30211692
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168359
NOTE
Only
advanced
line
Service Manual
Tower base assemble
ITEM
Order
No.
BOM
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
TOWER BASE,BLITE
1
2
TOWER BASE COVER,BLITE
1
B1
SCREW GB818 M4X20_S.S
5
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NOTE
Service Manual
5. Maintenance
5.1. Preventive Maintenance
METTLER TOLEDO scales are precision instruments which should be handled carefully, stored in a clean,
dry, dust-free area, and cleaned periodically. Follow these precautionary steps:
When a scale has had chemicals or liquids spilled on it, all exterior surfaces should be cleaned as soon
as possible with warm water on a damp cloth.
Do not leave any weights on the scale when the scale is not in use.
Allow time for the scale to stabilize after moving it from an area which is at a different temperature than
the area where it is to be operated. Allow one hour for each 5°F (2.7°C) temperature change before using
the scale. After temperature stabilization, allow an additional 20 minutes after turning the scale on, for the
scale electronics to stabilize.
Preventive Maintenance Checklist
The scale should be inspected and checked regularly, as follows:
Clean the outside of the scale using a damp cloth with warm water.
CAUTION:
DO NOT USE CHEMICAL CLEANERS OR SOLVENTS OF ANY TYPE. SOME CLEANERS ARE
ABRASIVE AND MAY AFFECT THE SCALE’S FINISH.
Check to ensure that the power cord is not broken and has no damaged insulation.
If using batteries and the scale malfunctions, first replace the batteries to see if this resolves the problem.
Make a visual inspection for faulty connectors, wiring, and loose hardware.
5.2. Troubleshooting
This section of the manual contains troubleshooting information. It includes information to isolate specific
problems step by step. Before doing any such work, make certain that your working area is clean, that you
handle all scale components with care, and that you use a suitable electro-static device.
Diagnostic Guide:
Scale inoperative/ blank displays
1. Check voltage on power supply. If voltage at outlet is zero, replace power supply.
2. Check whether the harnesses are properly connected.
3. Try to press the keyboard. If you can hear a beep while pressing the keyboard, replace the display.
Otherwise please replace the mainboard.
Keyboard inoperative
1.
2.
Check keyboard connection on main board, ensuring it is securely plugged in.
If all connections are secure and keyboard is inoperative, replace keyboard.
Can’t communicate via RS232 with peripheral printer
1. Check the scale version. Only BRite Advanced has this function.
2. Check Operational setup parameters:
Communication port STEP 15 must be set to RS232
Communication type STEP 16 should be set to Printer
Check if Communication speed STEP 18 & Data Bits, STEP 19 are set to default settings
Check if a printer recommended by METTLER TOLEDO for this scale is connected to the scale
Check if peripheral printer is switched on and has enough power
3. If all parameters are correct, please
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Service Manual
Replace the RS232 cable.
Check printer functionality by trying to print a printer system staus report. (See documentation printer)
Replace the main board
Print white paper
1. Check the harness, ensuring it is secure.
2. Replace the printer.
3. If it is still inoperative, replace mainboard.
Can’t communicate via RS232 or USB with POS system
1. Check the scale version. Only BRite Advanced has this function.
2. Check Operational Setup paprameters
Communication port STEP 15 must be set to RS232 or USB depending on the connection strategy.
Make sure that the setting matches with the connector cable used to build the connection between
scale & POS
Communication type STEP 16 should be set to Protocol
Verify whether the same communication protocol is selected on scale & POS (STEP 20 allows the
selection of the protocol)
Verify if POS & printer are using recommended stop bits & communication speed, Verify whether stop
bits & communicationspeed are the same on Pos & Scale (STEP 18,19)
Weighing result not stable
1. Check load cell harness.
2. Check whether there is something touching the load cell.
3. Replace the AD board or load cell.
5.3. Error Shooting
Error messages indicate serious hardware malfunctions. The error table below lists error codes & their
problem solutions.
Error
E11
E16
E18
No PLU
nnnnnn in weight display
uuuuuu in weight display
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Reason
RAM error
ROM error
EEPROM error
PLU not found
Over capacity
Negative weight
Solution
Call METTLER Toledo service
Program PLU
Remove weight from Platter
Re-zero the scale
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5.4. Diagnosis
1. Isolate and identify the symptom.
2. Refer to the diagnostic guide and locate the symptom
(Please also refer to the Troubleshooting chapter).
3. Follow the suggested remedies in the order they appear.
4. Perform the indicated checks, or refer to the appropriate section of the manual.
5. Repair or replace the defective section of the scale.
NOTE:
If more than one symptom is observed, approach one area at a time, and remember that the symptoms
may be interrelated.
If a problem arises that is not covered in this manual, contact us for further information.
6. Replacing parts
Before servicing the scale, always unplug the power cord from the scale.
Only qualified service staff may open the scale for service purposes.
Be aware of any static charges and wear a static-proof wrist belt when touching the PCB.
6.1. Service Preparation
Use the below procedures to replace the main board, display, load cell and keyboard.
Important Notice:
Assuming the user is to use the (non-automatic) scales/balance in the legally regulated field, the user will
be responsible for notifying the appropriate calibration authorities of the repaired scales/balance, so that
the latter can take the appropriate measures (calibration/recalibration).
After replacing the main board or parts used in the actual measurement process, the following steps must
be performed:
Check & set the local geo code setting (geo code for the region in which the product is to be used)
Check calibration reproducibility, linearity, eccentricity
Apply local currency/country setting
Preparations before opening the housing (if possible):
Note settings (Country, Geo code, Decimal point)
Verify installed SW version
The repair of the scale requires common hand tools:
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6.2. Opening of the Housing
Important notice: Please refer to the service preparations chapter before opening the housing.
A
Procedure for opening the housing:
1. Open the top cover. Unscrew the 8 bolts A (7 screws, 1 sealing screw) .
2. Remove plastic cover carefully to not destroy keyboard or display connectors
When opening and removing the top housing, display & keyboard are still connected to the
mainboard. The housing can only be opened by destroying the metrology sealing. Assuming
the user is to use the (non-automatic) scales/balance in the legally regulated field, the user will
be responsible for notifying the appropriate calibration authorities of the repaired
scales/balance, so that the latter can take the appropriate measures (calibration/recalibration).
6.3. Replacing the Main Board
Procedure for replacing the board:
1. Lift top cover (for details, please refer to 0pen housing chapter; please see also chapter service
preparation).
2. Disconnect all cables plugged into main PCB.
3. Install the new PCB following the same instructions in reverse order.
4. Install the top cover.
B
Procedure for restoring the system
1. Define country code (Scale Configruation, STEP1).
2. Initialize to defaults (Operational Setup; STEP2).
3. Define & save all parameters (Press menu key 2 times and choose save).
4. Switch scale on again, check configuration (Geo Code & Country Setting) on the display while scale is
booting.
After replacing the main board, the following steps must be performed:
Check & set local geo code
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Apply local currency/country setting
After changing the mainboard calibration of the system is mandatory
Attention:
Assuming the user is to use the (non-automatic) scales/balance in the legally regulated field, the User will
be responsible for notifying the appropriate calibration authorities of the repaired scales/balance, so that
the latter can take the appropriate measures (calibration/recalibration).
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6.4. Load Cell
Preparation: Write down the geo code
C
A
D
Procedure for replacing the load cell:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open top cover (More details please refer to open housing chapter, service preparations section).
Unscrew the four screws (A).
Open adapter housing and unscrew 1 screw (A).
Disconnect the load cell cable(C) from mainboard.
Remove 4 screws of the load cell support (D).Remove the old load cell.
Install the new load cell (capacities lower than 7kg: 7.2N.m~7.8N.m; Capacites over 10kg:
10.5N.m~11.0N.m), following the same instructions in the reverse order.
7. Adjust the overload gap and underload gap to avoid damage to the load cell. Reference the
below form.
Product name
BRite
Tools
Q25-1
Q25-2
Q25-4
Q25-5
Capacity of LC
AMI-5kg
AMI-11kg
AMI-22kg
AMI-40kg
4 corner gap
0.60+0.05mm
0.7+0.05mm
1.25+0.05mm
2.15+0.05mm
Mid corner gap Draw corner gap
0.35+0.05mm
0.35mm
0.40+0.05mm
0.35mm
0.62+0.05mm
----1.25+0.05mm
-----
8. Close housing.
Attention:
Assuming the user is to use the (non-automatic) scales/balance in the legally regulated field, the User will
be responsible for notifying the appropriate calibration authorities of the repaired scales/balance, so that
the latter can take the appropriate measures (calibration/recalibration).
Calibration testing procedures:
1. Repeatability Test
Purpose: Determination of the difference between several weighing processes for one load.
References: R76-1 (legal for trade).
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Limits:
Levels
Max. error
All
Delta Span ≤ 1 Mpe
Weighing
0e<m<500e
500e<m<2000e
2000e<m<max
Max. error
≤ 0.5e
≤ 1.0e
≤ 1.5e
Conditions: standard conditions.
Procedure:
10 times individual weighing with full load (nearest the capacity). Position on the center of the plate
10 times individual weighing with 50% of full load (nearest the capacity).
Position on the center of the plate.
If necessary, repeat measurements with other loads and tare values.
Measurements can be taken manually or automatically (computer test program or printer).
In the case of a zero indication deviation between the weighing, the instrument shall be reset to zero
without determining the error at zero.
Record: indication of 3 individual weighing processes for each load, and time behavior of each weighing
process.
Results:
Comparison of the indications with the required values, the highest and lowest indications for any given
load should be within 1 mpe of each other.
2. Linearity Test
Purpose:
Determination of the repeatability (deviation in multiple weighing processes
of the same load), and of the linearity behavior of the EUT.
References: Product description.
Weighing
0e<m<500e
500e<m<2000e
2000e<m<max
Max. error
≤ 0.5e
≤ 1.0e
≤ 1.5e
Conditions: standard conditions.
Procedure:
10 individual weighing processes at each load with at least 5 different loads (including zero point and full
load). Suggested individual weighing with 0, 1/6, 1/3, 2/3, 1 of full load.
When taking individual weight measurements at no load, tap the pan lightly to produce a visible change
on the indicator. After the reading stabilizes, this indication is the zero or zero error reading for no load.
Measurements can be taken manually or automatically (computer test program or printer).
Recorded data: zero point and indication of 10 individual weighing processes at each load, and if
necessary, the time behavior of each weighing process.
Results:
Comparison of the indications with the 10 individual weighing processes of each load, the highest and
lowest indications for any given load should be within 1 mpe of each other.
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6.5. Display Exchange
Procedure for replacing the display:
Replacing the operator side display
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the top cover (please refer to opening housing chapter, please see also service preparations section)
Disconnect all cables.
Remove the old display directly.
Install a new display, follow same instructions in the reverse order.
Replacing the customer side display
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the top cover (please refer to the Opening the Housing chapter, service preparations section).
Disconnect all cables.
Remove the old display directly.
Install new display, follow same instructions in the reverse order.
A
B
Replacing the tower display.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Reverse housing.
Open the tower base cover.
Disconnect cables.
Unscrew the 2 screws (A).
Unscrew the 3 screws (B) Please pay attention to that there are two screws in tower, be care, don’t
lost it when you open the tower.
Install a new display. Follow the same instructions in the reverse order.
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6.6. Keyboard Exchange
Procedure for replacing the keyboard:
A
Replacing BRite standard keyboard
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open top cover (please refer to openg the housing chapter, service preparations section).
Disconnect keyboard cable (A).
Remove the old keyboard
Install new keyboard, following the same instructions in the reverse order.
Replacing BRite Advanced keyboard (PCB layer)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Open top cover (please refer to opening housing chapter, service preparations section).
Take off silicon key layer/ function paper layer/ white silicone mat.
Disconnect keyboard cable (A).
Remove the old keyboard directly.
Install a new keyboard, following the same instructions in the reverse order
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METTLER TOLEDO
P/N: 72257068
(10/2010) 1.0
METTLER TOLEDO ® is a Trademark of METTLER TOLEDO,Inc.
Printed in China
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