Manual Ranger 7000
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Ranger 7000 Scales
Instruction Manual
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RANGER 7000 SCALES
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Description ............................................................................................................................................. 4
Features ................................................................................................................................................. 4
Definition of Signal Warnings and Symbols ............................................................................................. 4
Safety Precautions.................................................................................................................................. 4
2 INSTALLATION .....................................................................................................................5
2.1
2.2
Unpacking .............................................................................................................................................. 5
Installing Components ............................................................................................................................ 6
2.2.1 Terminal Setup............................................................................................................................... 6
2.2.2 Installing the Wind Ring, Weighing Platform ................................................................................... 6
2.3 Selecting the Location............................................................................................................................. 6
2.4 Connecting Power and Turning ON the Balance ..................................................................................... 6
2.5 Connecting the Interface ......................................................................................................................... 7
2.6 Aligning the scale.................................................................................................................................... 7
2.7 Remote Terminal Operation .................................................................................................................... 7
2.8 Separating the Terminal from the Weighing Base .................................................................................... 8
2.9 Terminal Mounting .................................................................................................................................. 8
2.10 Initial Calibration ..................................................................................................................................... 8
2.10.1 Internal Calibration ....................................................................................................................... 8
2.10.2 External Calibration ...................................................................................................................... 8
3 OPERATION ..........................................................................................................................9
3.1
3.2
3.3
Overview of Display, Home Screen ......................................................................................................... 9
Principal Functions and Main Menu....................................................................................................... 10
Overview of Parts and Features ............................................................................................................ 11
4 APPLICATIONS ...................................................................................................................12
4.1. Weighing .............................................................................................................................................. 12
4.1.1 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 12
4.1.2 Accumulation ............................................................................................................................... 13
4.1.3 Input/Output (I/O) Setup ............................................................................................................... 14
4.2 Parts Counting ...................................................................................................................................... 15
4.2.1 Set the Average Piece Weight (APW)........................................................................................... 15
4.2.2 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 16
4.2.3 Accumulation ............................................................................................................................... 17
4.2.4 Input/Output (I/O) Setup ............................................................................................................... 17
4.3 Check ................................................................................................................................................... 18
4.3.1 Check Weighing (default) ............................................................................................................. 18
4.3.2 Check Counting ........................................................................................................................... 20
4.3.3 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 20
4.3.4 Input/Output (I/O) Setup ............................................................................................................... 22
4.4 Formulation .......................................................................................................................................... 23
4.4.1 Free Formulation (default) ............................................................................................................ 23
4.4.2 Recipe Formulation ...................................................................................................................... 24
4.4.3 Factor and Tolerance Setup ......................................................................................................... 25
4.4.4 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 25
4.4.5 Input/Output (I/O) Setup ............................................................................................................... 26
4.5 Percent Weighing ................................................................................................................................. 27
4.5.1 Establishing a Reference Weight .................................................................................................. 27
4.5.2 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 28
4.6 Filling .................................................................................................................................................... 28
4.6.1 Target Weight and Set Points Setup............................................................................................. 29
4.6.2 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 29
4.6.3 Input/Output (I/O) Setup ............................................................................................................... 30
4.7 Dynamic/Animal Weighing .................................................................................................................... 31
4.7.1 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 31
4.7.2 Average Time Setup .................................................................................................................... 32
4.7.3 Input/Output (I/O) Setup ............................................................................................................... 33
4.8 Density Determination........................................................................................................................... 34
4.8.1 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 34
4.8.2 Water Temperature / Liquid Density Setup ................................................................................... 35
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Differential Weighing ............................................................................................................................. 36
4.9.1 Application Setup ......................................................................................................................... 36
4.9.2 Differential Operation ................................................................................................................... 37
4.10 Library .................................................................................................................................................. 38
4.10.1 Creating a Library Record .......................................................................................................... 38
4.10.2 Retrieving a Library Record ........................................................................................................ 39
4.10.3 Editing a Stored Library Record .................................................................................................. 39
4.10.4 Deleting a Stored Library Record................................................................................................ 39
4.11 Additional Features ............................................................................................................................... 39
4.11.1 Weigh Below .............................................................................................................................. 39
5 MENU SETTINGS ................................................................................................................40
5.1. Menu Navigation ................................................................................................................................... 40
5.2. Main Menu............................................................................................................................................ 41
5.3. Calibration ............................................................................................................................................ 41
5.3.1 Calibration Sub-menu................................................................................................................... 41
5.3.2 Zero Calibration ........................................................................................................................... 41
5.3.3 Span Calibration .......................................................................................................................... 41
5.3.4 Linearity Calibration ..................................................................................................................... 42
5.3.5 Internal Calibration ....................................................................................................................... 42
5.3.6 Automatic Calibration ................................................................................................................... 42
5.3.7 GEO Adjustment .......................................................................................................................... 42
5.4. Setup .................................................................................................................................................... 43
5.4.1 Scale Set-up Sub-menu ............................................................................................................... 43
5.4.2 Reset ........................................................................................................................................... 43
5.4.3 Language ..................................................................................................................................... 43
5.4.4 Power On Unit.............................................................................................................................. 43
5.4.5 Key Beep ..................................................................................................................................... 43
5.4.6 X10Display................................................................................................................................... 43
5.4.7 Barcode Rule ............................................................................................................................... 44
5.5. Read Out .............................................................................................................................................. 45
5.5.1 Reset ........................................................................................................................................... 45
5.5.2 Stability ........................................................................................................................................ 45
5.5.3 Zero Range .................................................................................................................................. 45
5.5.4 Filter level .................................................................................................................................... 45
5.5.5 Auto Zero Tracking....................................................................................................................... 46
5.5.6 Brightness .................................................................................................................................... 46
5.5.7 Auto Dim ...................................................................................................................................... 46
5.5.8 Auto Sleep ................................................................................................................................... 46
5.6. Applications .......................................................................................................................................... 46
5.6.1 Turning an Application ON/OFF ................................................................................................... 46
5.7. Weighing Units ..................................................................................................................................... 47
5.7.1 Units Sub-menu ........................................................................................................................... 47
5.7.2 Reset ........................................................................................................................................... 47
5.7.3 Turning a Unit ON/OFF ................................................................................................................ 47
5.8. GLP and GMP Data .............................................................................................................................. 47
5.8.1 Reset ........................................................................................................................................... 47
5.8.2 Date Format ................................................................................................................................. 47
5.8.3 Date ............................................................................................................................................. 47
5.8.4 Time Format ................................................................................................................................ 47
5.8.5 Time ............................................................................................................................................ 48
5.8.6 Project ID ..................................................................................................................................... 48
5.9. Communications ................................................................................................................................... 48
5.9.1 Reset ........................................................................................................................................... 48
5.9.2 Baud Rate.................................................................................................................................... 48
5.9.3 Parity ........................................................................................................................................... 48
5.9.4 Stop Bits ...................................................................................................................................... 48
5.9.5 Handshake................................................................................................................................... 49
5.9.6 Alternate Command ..................................................................................................................... 49
5.9.7 Reset ........................................................................................................................................... 49
5.9.8 Stable Weight Only ...................................................................................................................... 49
5.9.9 Auto Print ..................................................................................................................................... 49
5.9.10 Print Template............................................................................................................................ 50
5.9.11 Edit Template ............................................................................................................................. 50
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5.9.12 Line Feed ................................................................................................................................... 50
5.9.13 Data Transfer ............................................................................................................................. 51
5.10. User Profiles ......................................................................................................................................... 52
5.11. Alibi Memory......................................................................................................................................... 53
5.12. Event Counter....................................................................................................................................... 54
5.13. Maintenance ......................................................................................................................................... 54
5.13.1 Export Library............................................................................................................................. 54
5.13.2 Export User Profile ..................................................................................................................... 54
5.13.3 Import Library Drives .................................................................................................................. 54
5.13.4 Import User Profile ..................................................................................................................... 54
6 SERIAL COMMUNICATION ................................................................................................55
6.1. Interface Commands............................................................................................................................. 55
6.2. RS232 Interface.................................................................................................................................... 55
6.2.1 Connecting to a Computer............................................................................................................ 55
6.2.2 Connecting to a Serial Printer ....................................................................................................... 55
6.3. The USB Interface ................................................................................................................................ 56
6.3.1 System Requirements .................................................................................................................. 56
6.3.2 USB Connections......................................................................................................................... 56
6.3.3 Virtual Port Software Installation ................................................................................................... 57
6.4. USB Host.............................................................................................................................................. 57
6.5. Printout Format ..................................................................................................................................... 57
6.6. Printout Examples................................................................................................................................. 58
7 LEGAL FOR TRADE ............................................................................................................60
7.1. Settings ................................................................................................................................................ 60
7.2. Verification............................................................................................................................................ 60
7.3. Sealing ................................................................................................................................................. 60
8 MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................61
8.1.
8.2.
8.3.
8.4.
8.5.
8.6.
Calibration ............................................................................................................................................ 61
Information ........................................................................................................................................... 61
Cleaning ............................................................................................................................................... 62
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................... 62
Service Information ............................................................................................................................... 62
Software Updates ................................................................................................................................. 62
9 TECHNICAL DATA ..............................................................................................................63
9.1.
9.2.
9.3.
9.4.
9.5.
Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 63
Drawings and Dimensions .................................................................................................................... 64
Table of Geo Values ............................................................................................................................. 65
Options ................................................................................................................................................. 66
Button Icons List ................................................................................................................................... 67
10 COMPLIANCE......................................................................................................................71
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1.
1.1
RANGER 7000 SCALES
INTRODUCTION
Description
The Ranger 7000 scale is a precision weighing instrument that will provide you with years of service if properly
cared for. The Ohaus Ranger 7000 scales are available in capacities from 3000 grams to 35 kilograms.
1.2
Features
Modular Design: Ohaus Ranger 7000 scales are composed of two interconnected modules: a Terminal and a
Base. Depending on the user’s needs, the unit can be operated with the Terminal either attached to, or remote from,
the Base, with a single interconnect cord 2 meter long. An optional tower kit and extended cord are also available
as accessories.
1.3
Definition of Signal Warnings and Symbols
Safety notes are marked with signal words and warning symbols. These show safety issues and warnings. Ignoring
the safety notes may lead to personal injury, damage to the instrument, malfunctions and false results.
Signal Words
WARNING
CAUTION
Attention
Note
for a hazardous situation with medium risk, possibly resulting in injuries or death if not
avoided.
for a hazardous situation with low risk, resulting in damage to the device or
the property or in loss of data, or injuries if not avoided.
For important information about the product
For useful information about the product
Warning Symbols
1.4
General Hazard
Electrical Shock Hazard
Alternating Current
Information
Safety Precautions
Caution: Read all safety warnings before installing, making connections, or servicing this
equipment. Failure to comply with these warnings could result in personal injury and/or
property damage. Retain all instructions for future reference.
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Verify that the input voltage range printed on the data label and the plug type matches the local AC power
to be used.
Only connect models supplied with a grounded power cord to a compatible grounded power receptacle.
Do not position the scale such that it is difficult to disconnect the power cord from the power receptacle.
Make sure that the power cord does not pose a potential obstacle or tripping hazard.
This scale is for indoor use only.
Use the scale in dry locations only.
Do not drop loads on the pan.
Use only approved accessories and peripherals.
Operate the equipment only under ambient conditions specified in these instructions.
Disconnect the equipment from the power supply when cleaning.
Do not operate the equipment in hazardous or unstable environments.
Service should only be performed by authorized personnel.
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2.
INSTALLATION
2.1
Unpacking
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Carefully remove your Ranger 7000 scale and each of its components from the package. The included components
vary depending on the scale model (see table below). Save the packaging to ensure safe storage and transport.
R71MHD3
R71MHD6
R71MD3
R71MD6
R71MHD15
R71MHD35
R71MD15
R71MD35
Terminal
X
X
X
X
Weighing
Base
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Included Component
Weighing
Platform
200 x 200 mm
Weighing
Platform
240 x 240 mm
Weighing
Platform
311 x 371 mm
Wind Shield
Compact
Disc
Photo
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X
X
Instruction
Manual
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2.2
RANGER 7000 SCALES
Installing Components
Refer to the illustrations and instructions below to identify and assemble your Ranger 7000 scale with its
components. All components must be assembled before using the scale.
2.2.1 Terminal Setup
When the Ranger 7000 is delivered, the Terminal is already attached (docked) to the Base. No additional setup is
necessary. Refer to the illustrations and instructions below to identify and assemble your Ranger 7000 Scale.
Note: The Terminal is identical for all Ranger 7000 Scale models.
2.2.2
Installing the Wind Ring, Weighing Platform
1. Place the Wind Ring in position
(R71MHD3, R71MHD6).
2. Place the platform onto the
spider.
2.3
Selecting the Location
Avoid excessive vibrations, heat sources, air current, or rapid temperature changes. Allow sufficient space.
Note: Interface cables connect to the terminal. The terminal can be detached and mounted on a wall or
positioned on a table separate from the scale.
2.4
Connecting Power and Turning ON the Scale
The Ranger 7000 comes with an AC power cord. Connect the power cord to a suitable grounded electrical outlet
and press the ON button on the side of the base (see figure below).
Power ON Button
Power ON button on the side of the base
Attention: Allow equipment to warm up for 60 minutes for optimal weighing performance.
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Connecting the Interface
Use the built-in RS-232 port to connect either to a computer or a printer with a standard (straight-through) serial
cable. Or connect using the scale’s USB port.
RS232
Connect to base
USB host
USB slave
Used for options
Used for options
Interface connections on back of Terminal.
Cable groove
Thread terminal cable along cable coils on bottom of scale.
Or pass cable through groove near release button.
2.6
Leveling the scale
Only scales that have been leveled precisely horizontally provide accurate weighing results. The certified scales
have a spirit level to simplify alignment.
Turn the adjustable feet of the scale until the spirit level’s air bubble is inside the inner circle.
2.7
Remote Terminal Operation
The Terminal communicates with the weighing base via the Terminal cable. This cable must be plugged into the
Terminal for the Ranger 7000 to display properly. If desired, the Ranger 7000 scale may be operated either with the
Terminal attached, or remotely (up to 2 meters away).
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2.8
Separating the Terminal from the Weighing Base
1.
To detach, press both the Release buttons inward (both at the same time) and gently pull the Terminal
towards you (outward) until the Terminal is detached. These Release buttons disengage the two hooks
holding the Terminal to the Base. A cable is attached to the Terminal. Take care to not damage or
disconnect this cable.
To reattach the Terminal, press in the two Release buttons and slide the Terminal into the Base until the
Terminal hooks click and engage to hold the Terminal in place.
2.
Release Buttons
Base and Terminal
2.9
Terminal Mounting
If desired, the Terminal may be mounted to a wall or table using fasteners (not supplied) that are appropriate for the
type of mounting surface.
Mounting holes
50 mm /
1.97 in
2.10
Initial Calibration
When the Scale is first installed, and when it is moved to another location, it must be calibrated to ensure accurate
weighing results.
2.10.1 Internal calibration
R71MHD models have built in AutoCal which can calibrate the scale automatically and does not require calibration
masses. If preferred, the scale can be manually calibrated with external masses. Have the appropriate calibration
masses available before beginning calibration. Refer to the Calibration Section for masses and calibration
procedure.
2.10.2 External calibration
R71MD models can only be manually calibrated with external masses.
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3.
3.1
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OPERATION
Overview of Display, Home Screen
CONTROLS
Button
Action
Enter/Exit the library menu
Switch between available application modes
Send the measurement data to available communications ports according to current
settings.
Display information about Application Mode, Library, User and Menu
Enter/Exit the User menu
Switch the main weighing unit between the available units
Short Press: Input ‘2’-‘9’
To Enter ‘A’ press
2 times. For lower case ‘Z’, press
5 times.
Short Press: Input ‘0’
Long Press: Go to User Login screen
Short Press: Input ‘1’
Long Press: Switch platform between scale 1 and scale 2
Short Press: Clear character/string when editing string
If no input is active, clear the current active library
When there is no value added, pressing this button will switch the value
sign between positive and negative.
Short Press: Input ‘.’, space, ‘_’
To Enter ‘_’ press
Perform Zero operation
3 times.
Perform Tare operation
When entering the value first and then pressing this button the number input will be set to
preset Tare value.
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Current Mode
Capacity
Assistance Information
Stability
Gross
(NET for net indicator)
Preset Tare
Main Weight Field
Capacity or Status Guides:
Vary by application
Reference Field
Function Icons related to
Smart buttons
3.2
Principal Functions and Main Menu
MENU & SCREEN NAVIGATION
Press the Menu
Press the button below
button to open the menu list.
and
to move down and up the list respectively.
To select the highlighted menu item, press
. Press
to move back to previous screen.
Calibration:
Select to view calibration options.
Setup:
Select to view user preferences.
Read Out:
Select to view scale settings.
Application Modes:
Select to view application modes.
Weighing Units:
Select to view weighing units.
GLP and GMP Data:
Insert user data for traceability.
Alibi Memory:
Select to view Alibi Memory settings.
Note: This menu is only displayed when
the Alibi option is installed.
Communication:
Select to view communication settings.
Maintenance:
Select to view Maintenance settings.
User Profile:
Select to view User Profile settings.
Event Counter:
Select to view Maintenance settings.
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Overview of Parts and Features
Weighing platform
Power ON/OFF Button
Base
Level Indicator
User adjustable
leveling feet
Terminal
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4.
RANGER 7000 SCALES
APPLICATIONS
The scale can be configured to operate in various Application modes, see section 5.6 for information on how to
activate/deactivate each application mode. Press
to select an activated application. The current application
will be shown in the upper left corner of the home screen (See section 3.1).
The Ranger 7000 incorporates the following Applications
Weighing
Counting
Density
Determination
Differential
Check
Formulation
Percent
Weighing
Filling
Dynamic
(Animal)
Note: Before using any application, be sure the scale has been leveled and calibrated.
4.1
Weighing
Use this application to determine the weight of items in the selected unit of measure.
Press the
button until Weighing is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen (this application
is the default).
Press Tare or Zero if necessary to begin.
Place objects on the pan to display the weight. When stable, the * appears.
The resulting value is displayed in the main Weighing Line in the active unit of measure.
The WEIGHING Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
4.1.1
button for button icon explanation.
Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
enter Configuration.
icon to
Application
Icon
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The Configuration screen is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button
,to change the setting as
corresponding to
desired.
To return to the Application home screen, press the
button corresponding to
.
The Weighing Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold)
Item
Auto Tare
Chain Tare
Accumulate
Statistics
4.1.2
Available Settings
On, Off
On, Off
Off , Automatic, Manual
On, Off
Accumulation
To start Accumulate weighing data, place the item on the
pan and press the button corresponding to the icon
. The top accumulation icon will start blinking. The
load to be accumulated has to be >= 5d and the next
accumulation can only start once the pan has been cleared.
Note: The Accumulation icon
will only be shown if
Accumulate is set to Manual (see section 4.1.1).
Viewing the Statistics results
When Statistics is set to ON, press the info button
to view the statistics results.
Viewing the Accumulation results
To view the accumulation results, press the info button
then press the button corresponding to the icon
.
The Accumulate Result screen is displayed.
Note: To return to home screen press the
Press the
button.
button to print Accumulation result.
Comments
To enable Automatic Tare
To enable Chain (Continuous) Tare
To enable Accumulation / Totalization
To enable Statistics
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Clearing the Statistics / Accumulation results
To clear the statistic / accumulation results, press the button
.
A warning message appears. Press the button corresponding
to the icon
to confirm the deletion or press the button
corresponding to the icon
return to previous screen.
to abort the deletion and
4.1.3 Input/Output (I/O) Setup
The I/O’s can be customized for various user preferences.
The I/O’s are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Discrete Input 1
Discrete Input 2
Discrete Output 1
Discrete Output 2
Discrete Output 3
Discrete Output 4
Available Settings
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Unit, Accumulate
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Unit, Accumulate
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Note: The I/O’s will only work when the I/O Option Board have been installed. See the Accessory list in section 9.4
for information.
The option I/O board provides two isolated inputs and four dry-contact normally open relay outputs which can be
used for simple process weighing.
Press the
button to enter the Main Menu.
With the button corresponding to the
icon, go down
the list and highlight Application Mode. Enter this sub-menu
by pressing the button corresponding to the
icon.
In the Application Mode menu enter the Weighing sub-menu.
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The Weighing sub-menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding to
the
4.2
icon to change the setting as desired.
Counting
Use this application to count samples of uniform weight.
Counting
Press the
button until Counting is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen.
The default (or last) Average Piece Weight (APW) is displayed.
Setup APW value according to section 4.2.1 and then place objects on the pan to display the number of pieces.
The COUNTING Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
4.2.1
button for button icon explanation.
Set the Average Piece Weight (APW)
Note: It is recommended that the APW is larger than 1d. If APW
is between 0.05d and 1d, a warning screen will be displayed and
the information line will show ‘Low APW’. If APW is less than
0.05d an error screen will appear and the APW value cannot be
stored.
There are three ways to set the APW:
1. Positive Sampling
Place the sample on the pan and then key in the number of
pieces using the alphanumerical keypad and press the button
corresponding to the
confirm.
icon to
Alternatively, press the button corresponding to the
icon. A numeric input screen appears.
Key in the desired number of pieces using the alphanumerical
keypad, and then press the button corresponding to the
icon
. .
The display returns to the Home screen.
Application
Icon
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2. Negative Sampling
Place container with the samples on the pan and Tare the scale,
a NET 0 will be displayed. Remove the samples from the
container; a negative net reading will be displayed. Input the
sample size with the numeric keypad and then press the button
corresponding to the icon
on the screen.
. The value will be displayed
Alternatively, press the button corresponding to the
icon.
A numeric input screen appears.
Key in the desired number of pieces using the
alphanumerical keypad, and then press the button
corresponding to the
icon.
The display returns to the Home screen.
3. Entering a Known APW
Key in the Piece Weight using the alphanumerical keypad and
press the button corresponding to the
and store the APW.
icon to confirm
Alternatively, press the button corresponding to the
icon.
A numeric input screen appears.
Key in the Piece Weight using the alphanumerical keypad, then
press the button corresponding to the
icon.
The display returns to the Home screen with the
new APW value displayed in the reference field.
Notes:
When current unit is metric (g, kg), APW unit is g.
When current weighing unit is imperial (lb, oz), APW unit is lb.
4.2.2
Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
enter Configuration.
icon to
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The Configuration screen is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button
corresponding to the
setting as desired.
icon to change the
To return to the Application home screen, press
.
the button corresponding to
The Counting Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Available Settings
Comments
On, Off
Auto Tare
Turns Automatic Tare on/off
On, Off
Chain Tare
To enable Chain (Continuous)Tare
Off , Automatic, Manual
Accumulate
To enable Accumulation / Totalization
On, Off
Auto Opt.*
To enable Automatic Optimization of APW
On, Off
APW Auto Save*
To enable APW Automatic save
On, Off
Opt. Beep
To enable Optimization Beep
Note: * If APW value is directly entered (not through sampling), this feature does not work.
4.2.3 Accumulation
See section 4.1.2 for details about the Accumulation feature.
4.2.4
Input/Output (I/O) Setup
The I/O’s can be customized for various user preferences.
The I/O’s are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Discrete Input 1
Discrete Input 2
Discrete Output 1
Discrete Output 2
Discrete Output 3
Discrete Output 4
Available Settings
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Unit, Accumulate
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Unit, Accumulate
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Note: The I/O’s will only work when the I/O Option Board have been installed. See the Accessory list in section 9.4
for information.
The option I/O board provides two isolated inputs and four dry-contact normally open relay outputs which can be
used for simple process weighing.
Press the
button to enter the Main Menu.
With the button corresponding to the
icon, go down
the list and highlight Application Mode. Enter this sub-menu
by pressing the button corresponding to the
icon.
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In the Application Mode menu enter the Counting sub-menu.
The Counting sub-menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding to the
icon to change the setting as desired.
4.3 Check
Check is used to compare the weight or pieces of a sample against target limits.
Press the
button until Check is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen.
Two different modes can be selected: Weight and Pieces.
Three different methods to enter the check limits: Over and Under, Nominal Weight Tolerance, or Nominal
Percent Tolerance.
Setup check limits according to section 4.3.1 or 4.3.2. Place object on the pan to check if the weight is within the
limits.
4.3.1
Check Weighing (default)
Make sure that the check mode is set to check weighing in the configuration menu
.
Place objects on the pan. The Under/Accept/Over status is shown in the progress bar area while the actual weight
of the item is shown on the main Display Line.
The CHECK Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
button for button icon explanation.
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Defining Over/Under Limits and Tolerance
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to enter
Limit Setup.
Select Over or Under Limit and press the button
corresponding to the
icon to edit the value.
Enter the desired value for the limit using the alphanumerical
keypad. Then press the button corresponding to the
icon to set the value and go back to previous screen.
Alternatively, the limits can be set by Target Weight
Tolerance.
To set the tolerance, press the button corresponding to the
icon to enter the Tolerance setup.
To switch between Over/Under Load, Target Weight
Tolerance, Target Weight Percentage press the button
corresponding to the
icon. If desired, edit the value
by using the alphanumerical keypad and press the button
corresponding to the
icon to save the changes and
return to the previous screen.
Note: The three set limits methods share the same data.
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Check Counting
Press the configuration button
and select Check Mode to Check Counting. Place objects on the pan. The
Under/Accept/Over status is shown in the progress bar area while the actual number of pieces is shown on the
main Display Line.
The CHECK Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
button for button icon explanation.
Set the Average Piece Weight (APW)
Note: It is recommended that the APW is larger than 1d. If APW
is between 0.05d and 1d, a warning screen will be displayed and
the information line will show ‘Low APW’. If APW is less than
0.05d an error screen will appear and the APW value cannot be
stored.
There are three ways to set the APW, see section 4.2.2 for
instructions.
Defining Over/Under Limits
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to enter
Limit Setup.
Note: See section 4.3.1 for information on how to set the
Over/Under limits.
4.3.3
Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
Configuration Setup.
icon to enter
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The Configuration Menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding
to
,to change the setting as desired.
To return to the Application home screen, press the
button corresponding to
.
The Check Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Check Mode
Audible Signal
Auto Opt*
APW Auto Save*
Opt. Beep*
Auto Tare
Available Settings
Check Weighing, Check Counting
Off, Under,Accept,Over, Under&Over
On, Off
On, Off
On, Off
On, Off, On Accept
On, Off
Chain Tare
Off , Automatic, Manual
Accumulate
Bar, Block
Graph Display
Note: * Only available in Check Counting mode.
Comments
To set Mode
To enable Beeper Signal
To enable Automatic Optimization of APW
To enable APW Automatic save
To enable Optimization Beep
To enable Automatic Tare
‘On Accept’ means that if the object weight
is within accept range, auto Tare will be
performed
To enable Chain (Continuous) Tare
To enable Accumulation / Totalization
To set Graph Display Type
Positive Check
Positive check is used to determine when the material added to the scale is within the target range. In this case the
UNDER and OVER limits must be positive values. (The OVER limit must be greater than the UNDER limit.)
Negative Check
Negative check is used to determine when the material removed from the scale is within the target range. In this
case the UNDER and OVER limits are both negative values.
The UNDER limit must be greater than the OVER limit (for example: UNDER= -10/OVER= -15).
Place the item to be weighed on the scale and press Tare.
Remove a portion of the item until it is within the ACCEPT range.
Zero Check
Zero check is used when comparing subsequent samples to an initial reference sample. In this case, the UNDER
limit must be a negative value and the OVER limit must be a positive value.
Place the reference item on the scale and press Tare. Remove the reference sample and place the item to be
compared on the scale to determine if it is within the ACCEPT range.
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Input/Output (I/O) Setup
The I/O’s can be customized for various user preferences.
The I/O’s are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Discrete Input 1
Discrete Input 2
Discrete Output 1
Discrete Output 2
Discrete Output 3
Discrete Output 4
Available Settings
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Unit, Accumulate
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Unit, Accumulate
Off, Under, Over, Accept, Under/Over
Off, Under, Over, Accept, Under/Over
Off, Under, Over, Accept, Under/Over
Off, Under, Over, Accept, Under/Over
Note: The I/O’s will only work when the I/O Option Board have been installed. See the Accessory list in section 9.4
for information. The option I/O board provides two isolated inputs and four dry-contact normally open relay outputs
which can be used for simple process weighing.
Press the
button to enter the Main Menu.
With the button corresponding to the
icon, go down
the list and highlight Application Mode. Enter this sub-menu
by pressing the button corresponding to the
icon.
In the Application Mode menu enter the Check sub-menu.
The Check sub-menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding to the
icon to change the setting as desired.
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4.4 Formulation
Use this application for compounding and recipe making. The number of components can be 1 to 100.
Formulation has two available modes of operation: Free Formulation and Recipe Formulation.
Press the
4.4.1
button until Formulation is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen.
Free Formulation (default)
This mode of Formulation allows the user to freely add components. A recipe can also be saved and printed when
the formulation is finished.
The FORMULATION Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
Press the button corresponding to the
button for button icon explanation.
icon to
enter the Enter Component screen.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding to
the icon
, to change the value as desired using
the alphanumerical keypad.
The item Name and target Weight are required to be
entered.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to
confirm all the values and continue with the formulation.
Note: The
icon will only appear when all the
required values have been entered (name and target
weight).
The entered target weight will be used as preset tare.
Place the required weight on the pan (add weight until the
displayed value reaches zero again).
Press the button corresponding to the icon
confirm the weight for the current component and to
continue adding other components.
to
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Notes: To terminate the formulation process, press the
button corresponding to the
icon. If the added
weight is over the tolerance limit, compensation will be
performed according to the setup in the configuration (At
the end, Off, Immediately).
When the compensation is active (At the end or
Immediately), if the component added is within tolerance
the capacity bar is always in green color.
If one component added is outside the tolerance, the scale
will do compensation for next items. In this case, the value
displayed is not actual weight and the capacity bar will turn
red.
To finish the formulation, press the button corresponding to
the icon
and add the last component.
Then the formulation will finish and a Formulation Result
screen is displayed.
To print the formulation result press the button corresponding to the icon
or the button
To save the formulation result, press the button corresponding to the icon
.
To return to the main screen, press the button corresponding to the icon
4.4.2 Recipe Formulation
Make sure the formulation mode is set to recipe (see
section 4.4.4 for instructions).
The information line will now show ‘Please recall a recipe’
Recall a recipe from the Formulation Library by pressing
the button
. See section 4.10 for instructions on
how to create/recall a Library record.
Press the button corresponding to the
scan a barcode to start formulation.
icon or
.
.
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The target weight in each recipe item will be used as
preset tare.
Place the required weight on the pan (add weight until the
displayed value reaches zero again).
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to
confirm the weight for the current component and to
continue adding other components or scan another
barcode of the next component.
Notes: To terminate the formulation process, press the
button corresponding to the
icon. If the added
weight is over the tolerance limit, compensation will be
performed according to the setup in the configuration (At
the end, Off, Immediately).
When the compensation is active (At the end or
Immediately), if the component added is within tolerance
the capacity bar is always in green color.
If one component added is outside the tolerance, the
scale will do compensation for next items. In this case, the
value displayed is not actual weight and the capacity bar
will turn red.
When all the components of the recipe have been added, the formulation will finish and a Formulation Result
screen is displayed.
4.4.3
Factor and Tolerance Setup
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter the Parameter screen.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding to
the icon
, to change the setting as desired
using the alphanumerical keypad.
The Component Factor can be set to a value between
0.20 and 5.00 with 1.0 being the default.
The Tolerance can be set to a value between 0 and
15.0 % with 5 % being the default.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
return to the Application Home screen.
Note: Factor and Tolerance can only be set after the formulation has started.
Tolerance is +/-, for example: Tolerance = 5 % means that the tolerance is the range -5 % ~ +5 %.
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Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to enter
Configuration.
The Configuration Menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button
,to change the setting
corresponding to
as desired.
To return to the Application home screen, press the
.
button corresponding to
The Formulation Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Formulation Mode
Compensation Mode
4.4.5
Available Settings
Free, Recipe
At the End, Off, Immediately
Comments
To set Mode
To set compensation mode
Input/Output (I/O) Setup
The I/O’s can be customized for various user preferences.
The I/O’s are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Discrete Input 1
Discrete Input 2
Discrete Output 1
Discrete Output 2
Discrete Output 3
Discrete Output 4
Available Settings
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Quit, Next Item, Last Item
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Quit, Next Item, Last Item
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Off, Overload, Underload
Note: The I/O’s will only work when the I/O Option Board have been installed. See the Accessory list in section 9.4
for information. The option I/O board provides two isolated inputs and four dry-contact normally open relay outputs
which can be used for simple process weighing.
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Press the
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button to enter the Main Menu.
With the button corresponding to the
icon, go down
the list and highlight Application Mode. Enter this sub-menu by
pressing the button corresponding to the
icon.
In the Application Mode menu enter the Formulation
sub-menu.
The Formulation sub-menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding to the
icon to change the setting as desired.
4.5 Percent Weighing
Use Percent Weighing to measure the weight of a sample displayed as a percentage of a pre-established
Reference Weight.
Press the
button until Percent is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen.
Establish a reference weight according to section 4.5.1 and then place the objects on the pan to check the
percentage.
The default (or last) Reference Weight is displayed.
The PERCENT Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
button for button icon explanation.
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Establishing a Reference Weight
There are three ways to establish a reference weight:
1. Key in the reference weight value using the
alphanumerical keypad and then press the button
corresponding to the
icon.
2. Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter the Edit Reference Weight screen.
The Edit Reference Weight screen is now displayed.
Enter the desired value using the alphanumerical
keypad and then press the button corresponding to the
icon to save and return to the Application
home screen.
3. Place the reference weight on the pan and press the
button corresponding to the
4.5.2
icon.
Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter Configuration.
The Configuration Menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button
corresponding to
as desired.
,to change the setting
To return to the Application home screen, press the
button corresponding to
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The Percent Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Auto Tare
Chain Tare
Accumulate
Available Settings
On, Off
On, Off
Off, Automatic, Manual
Comments
To enable Automatic Tare
To enable Chain Tare (continuous Tare)
To enter Accumulation / Totalization
4.6 Filling
This application allows the user to fill a container to a pre-determined target weight. The progress bar displays the
filling status, and within 10 percent of the target value the progress bar converts to fine resolution
(+/– 10%) for accurate results.
Press the
button until Filling is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen.
The default (or last) Target weight is displayed. Place objects on the pan to begin.
The FILLING Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
button for button icon explanation.
4.6.1 Target Weight and Set Points Setup
There are three ways to set up the Target weight:
1. Place the weight on the pan and press button
corresponding to the
icon.
2. Key in the target weight value using the alphanumerical
keypad and press the button corresponding to the icon
.
3. Press the button corresponding to the
(Set
Point) icon to enter the Edit Settings screen.
The Edit Settings screen is now displayed.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
switch between Weight, Tolerance and Percent.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding
to the icon
,to change the setting as desired
using the alphanumerical keypad.
To return to the Application home screen, press the
button corresponding to the icon
.
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Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter Configuration.
The Configuration Menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button
,to change the
corresponding to the icon
setting as desired.
To return to the Application home screen, press the
button corresponding to the icon
.
The Filling Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Auto Tare
Chain Tare
Accumulate
4.6.3
Available Settings
On, Off
On, Off
Off, Manual
Comments
To enable Automatic Tare
To enable Chain Tare (Continuous Tare)
To enable Accumulation / Totalization
Input/Output (I/O) Setup
The I/O’s can be customized for various user preferences.
The I/O’s are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Discrete Input 1
Discrete Input 2
Discrete Output 1
Discrete Output 2
Discrete Output 3
Discrete Output 4
Available Settings
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Start/Stop, Accumulate
Off, Zero, Tare, Print, Start/Stop
Off, SP1, SP2, Target, Alarm
Off, SP1, SP2, Target, Alarm
Off, SP1, SP2, Target, Alarm
Off, SP1, SP2, Target, Alarm
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Note:
The output will be reset to normally open when either SP1 or SP2 is reached.
The I/O’s will only work when the I/O Option Board have been installed. See the Accessory list in section 9.4 for
information. The option I/O board provides two isolated inputs and four dry-contact normally open relay outputs
which can be used for simple process weighing.
The outputs also only work when the button corresponding to the icon
Press the
has been pressed.
button to enter the Main Menu.
With the button corresponding to the
icon, go down
the list and highlight Application Mode. Enter this sub-menu
by pressing the button corresponding to the
icon.
In the Application Mode menu enter the Filling
sub-menu.
The Filling sub-menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding to the
icon to change the setting as desired.
4.7 Dynamic Weighing
Use this application to weigh an unstable load, such as a moving animal. Three different start/reset modes can be
selected: Manual (start and stop via key press), Semi-Automatic (auto-start with manual reset), and Automatic
(start and stop automatically).
Press the
button until Dynamic is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to start averaging.
To abort the averaging press the button corresponding to the icon
.
When the averaging has finished, press the button corresponding to the icon
to reset.
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The DYNAMIC Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
4.7.1
Application Icon
button for button icon explanation.
Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter Application Setup.
The Configuration Menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button
,to change the setting as
corresponding to
desired.
To return to the Application home screen, press the
button corresponding to
.
The Dynamic Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Dynamic Mode
Auto Tare
Chain Tare
Accumulate
Available Settings
Manual, Semi-Automatic, Automatic
On, Off
On, Off
Off, Automatic, Manual
Comments
To set the Mode
To enable Automatic Tare
To enable Chain (Continuous) Tare
To enable Accumulate / Totalization
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Average Time Setup
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter the Edit Average Time screen.
The Edit Average Time screen is now displayed.
Enter the Average Time by using the
alphanumerical keypad and press the button
corresponding to the
icon to change
save the value and return to the Application home
screen.
The default Average Time is 10 s.
Note: When the time is set to 0, the first stable weight over
5d will be displayed.
Averaging time can be set to a value between 0 and
60.
4.7.3
Input/Output (I/O) Setup
The I/O’s can be customized for various user preferences.
The I/O’s are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Discrete Input 1
Discrete Input 2
Discrete Output 1
Discrete Output 2
Discrete Output 3
Discrete Output 4
Available Settings
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Start, Reset, Accumulate
Off, Zero, Tare, Clear Tare, Print, Start, Reset, Accumulate
Off, Underload, Overload
Off, Underload, Overload
Off, Underload, Overload
Off, Underload, Overload
Note: The I/O’s will only work when the I/O Option Board have been installed. See the Accessory list in section 9.4
for information. The option I/O board provides two isolated inputs and four dry-contact normally open relay outputs
which can be used for simple process weighing.
Press the
button to enter the Main Menu.
With the button corresponding to the
icon, go down
the list and highlight Application Mode. Enter this sub-menu
by pressing the button corresponding to the
icon.
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In the Application Mode menu enter the Dynamic
sub-menu.
The Dynamic sub-menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button corresponding to
the
icon to change the setting as desired.
4.8 Density Determination
The Ranger 7000 can be used to determine an object’s density. Two types of density determination can be made:
1. Solids more dense than water
2. Solids less dense than water
Press the
button until Density is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen.
Before making density measurements, establish the Application Settings.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to start.
Check the object weight in air and when prompted press the button corresponding to the icon
.
Check the object weight again when it is submerged in the liquid and when prompted press the button
corresponding to the icon
. The density of the object will be displayed.
The DENSITY Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Notes:
Refer section 9.5, or press the
button for button icon explanation.
Application Icon
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Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter Configuration.
The Configuration Menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button
corresponding to
as desired.
,to change the setting
To return to the Application home screen, press the
.
button corresponding to
The Density Determination Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Liquid Type
Temperature Type
Available Settings
Water, Other*
ºC, ºF
Comments
To set the Liquid type
To set the Temperature Type
Note: * Other liquids that are not water.
4.8.2 Water Temperature / Liquid Density Setup
To set the water temperature or Liquid density (other liquids than water), please follow the instructions below.
Liquid type: Water
Press the button corresponding to the
enter the Enter Water Temperature screen.
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The Enter Water Temperature screen is now displayed.
Enter the water temperature by using the
alphanumerical keypad and press the button
corresponding to the
icon, to save the
value and return to the previous screen.
Liquid Type: Other
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter the Enter Liquid Density screen.
The Enter Liquid Density screen is now displayed.
Enter the liquid density by using the alphanumerical keypad
and press the button corresponding to the
icon, to
save the value and return to the previous screen.
4.9 Differential Weighing
Differential weighing stores weight values of the samples. The samples can then be dried or processed and the
difference in weight calculated. Up to 20 samples can be stored.
Press the
Button until Differential is displayed in the upper left portion of the home screen.
The DIFFERENTIAL Home screen
Main Display Line
Reference Fields
Functions
Note: Refer section 9.5, or press the
button for button icon explanation.
Application Icon
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4.9.1 Application Setup
The Application can be customized for various user preferences.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter Configuration.
The Configuration Menu is now displayed.
Select the list item and press the button
corresponding to
desired.
,to change the setting as
To return to the Application home screen, press the
.
button corresponding to
The Differential Configurations are defined below (defaults in Bold).
Item
Auto Tare
Chain Tare
4.9.2
Available Settings
Off, On
On, Off
Differential Operation
To start differential, please follow the instructions below.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to
enter Edit Item.
The Edit Item Menu is now displayed
Press
to add a new item. A maximum of 20 items
can be created.
Press
, the current item is selected and the scale
returns to the main screen to start differential weighing.
Press
to edit the name and values of the item.
Note: All data will automatically be cleared when scale is
powered Off.
An item must be selected to start differential operation.
Comments
To set the Automatic Tare
To set the Chain Tare
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Library
When an item is processed on a regular basis, the item’s data may be stored in memory for future use. This
memory is referred to as the Scale’s Library.
The following data is stored for the Application used:
Application
PN
(Part Number)
Name
Preset Tare
Weighing
x
x
x
Counting
x
x
x
APW
Check
Limits
SP
Set Points
Max
Records
300
x
Percent
Check
Ref./Target
Weight
300
N/A
x
x
x
x
x
Filling
x
x
x
x
Formulation
x
x
x
x
Dynamic
x
300
N/A
x
x
300
30
Differential
N/A
x
Density
N/A
x
Notes: Maximum length of PN and Name is 30 characters.
For the formulation library, each record can store up to 100 components.
4.10.1 Creating a Library Record
To create a Library record, press the Library button
. The requested data records will appear according to
the active application mode (see section 4.10 above). In this example the Weighing Library screen is now displayed.
To return to the previous screen press the Library
button
again.
To add a Library record, press the button
corresponding to the icon
.
The New Library Item screen is displayed
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to enter PN by using the alphanumeric
keypad.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
again to save the Barcode.
Repeat the process to enter Name, Tare Weight
and other values by using the button corresponding
to
to move down in the list.
Note: Library Names can be 8 characters or less.
Press the button corresponding to the
icon to go back to Library List screen.
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4.10.2 Retrieving a Library Record
To load a Library record from the home screen
press the
button.
The Weighing Library screen is now displayed.
Then press the button corresponding to the icon
to load the Library data and return
to the Application mode related to the Library record.
4.10.3 Editing a Stored Library Record
To delete a stored record, follow “Retrieving a Library
Record” above.
Use the buttons corresponding to the icons
and
to move up and down in the list and highlight the
Library item to be edited.
Then press the button corresponding to the icon
.
The Edit Library Item screen will be displayed.
Make the necessary changes and the press the button
corresponding to the icon
List.
to return to the Library
4.10.4 Deleting a Stored Library Record
To delete a stored record, follow “Editing a Stored Library
Record” above.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
screen will be displayed asking for confirmation.
. A new
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to
delete the record, or press the button corresponding to the
icon
4.11
to go back to the previous screen.
Additional Features
4.11.1 Weigh Below
The Ranger 7000 Scale is equipped with a weigh below hook for weighing below the scale.
CAUTION: Make sure that the scale is properly supported so that it cannot fall or detach during use of
the Weigh below feature. Failure to follow these instructions could result in personal injury and
damage to the equipment.
To use this feature, remove power from the scale, then remove the protective cover for the weigh below opening
(2 screws). The protective cover is reversible for easy storage.
With Cover
Without Cover
The scale can be supported using lab jacks or any other convenient method. Ensure the scale is level and secure.
Power on the Scale, then use an appropriate string or wire to attach items to be weighed.
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5.
MENU SETTINGS
5.1
Menu Navigation
To enter the Main Menu, press the
button from any Application Home screen.
Changing Settings
To change a menu setting, navigate to that setting using the following steps:
Enter the Menu
From any Application screen, press the
button.
The Main Menu List appears on the display.
Select the Sub-Menu
Scroll to the desired Sub-menu in the Main Menu List
by using the button corresponding to the icon
. Press the button corresponding to the icon
to display the Sub-menu items.
Select the Sub-Menu Item
Scroll to the desired Sub-menu Item using the button corresponding to the icon
Press the button corresponding to the icon
.
to view the Sub-menu item's settings.
Select the Setting.
Scroll to the desired Setting using the button corresponding to the icon
Press the button corresponding to the icon
Press the
.
to select the setting.
button to return to the previous screen.
Press the
button or the button corresponding to the icon
return to the last active Application mode.
, to exit the menu mode and
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Main Menu
The Main menu selections are illustrated below.
Calibration
User Profile
5.3
Setup
Read Out
Application
Modes
Alibi
Memory
Event Counter
Maintenance
Weighing
Units
GLP and
GMP Data
Communication
Calibration
R71MD models offer three calibration methods:
Zero Calibration, Span Calibration and Linearity Calibration.
R71MHD models offer 5 calibration methods:
Zero Calibration, Span Calibration, Linearity Calibration, Internal Calibration and
Automatic Calibration.
Do not disturb the scale during any calibration.
5.3.1 Calibration sub-menu
R71MD models:
Zero Calibration
Span
Calibration
Linearity Calibration
Span
Calibration
Linearity
Calibration
GEO
R71MHD models:
Zero Calibration
Internal
Calibration
Automatic
Calibration*
5.3.2 Zero Calibration
Use this calibration method to adjust the zero calibration point, without affecting the span or linearity
calibration.
5.3.3 Span Calibration
Span calibration uses two calibration points, one at zero load and the other can be chosen by the user by
using the numerical keypad.
With the scale turned ON and no load on the pan, start Span Calibration to initiate the
procedure. Additional calibration values to be used are shown on the display. The best
accuracy is achieved using the mass closest to the full span value.
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5.3.4 Linearity Calibration
Linearity calibration uses three calibration points, one at zero load and the others at
specified loads. Refer to Table 5.1 for Linearity values.
TABLE 5-1 Calibration Masses
Model
R71MHD3
R71MHD6
R71MHD15
R71MHD35
R71MD3
R71MD6
R71MD15
R71MD35
Linearity Calibration Points
0 kg, 1.5 kg, 3 kg
0 kg, 3 kg, 6 kg
0 kg, 10 kg, 15 kg
0 kg, 20 kg, 35 kg
0 kg, 1.5 kg, 3 kg
0 kg, 3 kg, 6 kg
0 kg, 10 kg, 15 kg
0 kg, 20 kg, 35 kg
Weight Class
ASTM Class 2
OIML F1
ASTM Class 2
OIML F1
ASTM Class 2
OIML F1
ASTM Class 2
OIML F1
ASTM Class 5
OIML M1
ASTM Class 5
OIML M1
ASTM Class 5
OIML M1
ASTM Class 5
OIML M1
5.3.5 Internal Calibration (R71MHD models)
Calibration is accomplished with the internal calibration mass. Internal calibration can be performed at
any time, provided the scale has warmed up to operating temperature and is level.
With the Scale turned ON and no load on the pan, select Internal Calibration.
The Scale begins to calibrate.
The display shows the status, then returns to the current application.
To cancel at any time, press
.
5.3.6 Automatic Calibration (R71MHD models)
When Automatic Calibration is set ON, the scale performs a self-calibration:
• when it senses a temperature change of 1.5°C
• or every 11 hours
AutoCal will automatically calibrate the Scale (using the internal mass) each time there is a change in
temperature significant enough to affect accuracy.
Note: * Automatic Calibration function is only available in certain regions.
5.3.7 GEO Adjustment
Enter this sub-menu to set the GEO values.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to adjust the GEO value.
Choose the correct GEO value and press the button
corresponding to the icon
to confirm.
The values range from 0-31.
Note: GEO is only available in R71MD models. See table 9-3 for GEO values.
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Setup
Enter this sub-menu to customize Scale display functionality.
5.4.1
Scale Setup sub-menu
Reset
Language
Power On
Unit
Key Beep
X10Display
Barcode Rule
Factory default settings are shown below in bold.
5.4.2 Reset
Reset all settings to factory default settings.
= Reset.
= Do not reset and return to Setup menu screen.
5.4.3 Language
Set the language displayed for menus and displayed
messages.
English
Spanish
German
French
Italian
Chinese
5.4.4 Power On Unit
Set the unit that will be displayed at Power On.
Auto
Kilogram
Pound
Gram
Ounce
Pound:Ounce
5.4.5 Key Beep
Set whether or not the beeper sounds when a button is pressed.
OFF = disabled.
ON = enabled.
5.4.6 X10 Display
Set the X10 Display. When ON, the display shows only one decimal
point.
OFF = disabled.
ON = enabled.
Note: When the scale is used in Legal for Trade the setting will be
forced to OFF and it will not be changeable.
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5.4.7 Barcode Rule
The barcode rule validates a scanned barcode number. Two different rules can
be set. If both rules are enabled, any barcode that match either rule 1 or rule 2
will be accepted by the scale.
Match Rule 1
OFF = disabled.
ON = enabled.
Match Rule 2
OFF = disabled.
ON = enabled.
Example 1:
In this example the barcode rule is set to ‘……..’. This means that
any barcode that is 8 characters long will be accepted by the scale,
regardless of what the individual characters are.
Example 2:
In this example the barcode rule is set to ‘…..55’. This means that
any barcode that is 7 characters long and ending with the numbers
‘55’ will be accepted by the scale.
Note: The barcode rule is only functional when connecting a barcode scanner
through the USB host. Please refer to the barcode scanner manual for
supported barcode types.
The barcode will be stored as PN (Part Number) in the library. The maximum
length of the barcode (PN) is 30 characters.
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Read Out
Enter this sub-menu to customize Scale display functionality.
Scale Read Out sub-menu
Reset
Stability
Zero Range
Filter Level
Auto Zero
Tracking
Brightness
Auto Dim
(minutes)
Auto Sleep
(minutes)
Factory default settings are shown below in bold.
5.5.1 Reset
Reset all settings to factory default settings.
Yes = Reset.
No = Do not reset and return to Read Out menu screen.
5.5.2 Stability
Set the amount the reading can vary while the stability symbol remains on.
0.5 Division = 0.5 graduations
1 Division = 1 graduation
2 Division = 2 graduations
5 Division = 5 graduations
Note: The setting is forced and locked to 1 Division when the Security Switch
is set to the locked position.
5.5.3 Zero Range
Set the percentage of scale capacity that may be zeroed.
2%
10%
Note: The setting is forced and locked to 2% when the Security Switch is
set to the locked position.
5.5.4 Filter level
Set the amount of signal filtering.
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
= faster stabilization time with less stability.
= normal stabilization time with normal stability.
= slower stabilization time with more stability.
Note: The setting is at the current setting when the Security Switch is set to
the locked position.
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5.5.5 Auto Zero Tracking
Set the automatic zero tracking functionality.
OFF
0.5 Division
1 Division
3 Division
= disabled.
= display maintains zero up to a drift of 0.5 graduation
per second
= display maintains zero up to a drift of 1 graduation
per second.
= display maintains zero up to a drift of 3 graduations
per second.
Note: The setting is forced and locked to 0.5 Division when the Security Switch is set to
the locked position.
5.5.6 Brightness
Set the display brightness using the numerical keypad.
20…80…100
5.5.7 Auto Dim (minutes)
Set whether the display dims after x seconds/minutes.
OFF = disabled.
1…30 (minutes)
5.5.8 Auto Sleep (minutes)
Set whether the display enters sleep mode after x seconds/minutes.
OFF = disabled.
1…100 (minutes)
5.6
Application Mode
Enter this sub-menu to enable or disable the desired Scale Applications. Only one application can be
running at a time.
Note: The use of each Application is described in detail in Section 4.
5.6.1
Turning an Application ON/OFF
Highlight the application by pressing the buttons
corresponding to the icons
and then press the button corresponding to the icon
to enter the selected submenu.
In the Item option screen, enter the Enabled menu
to turn it on or off.
Once an Application is enabled (turned on) it may be chosen by pressing the
Applications button until it’s icon appears in the upper left corner of the home screen.
The current menu item status is shown: OFF = disabled, ON = enabled
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Weighing Units
Enter this sub-menu to activate the desired units of measure.
Note: Due to national laws, the scale may not include some of the units of measure listed.
5.7.1
Units Sub-menu
Reset
kilogram
pound
gram
ounce
pound:ounce
Notes: The setting is locked when the Security Switch is set to the locked position.
5.7.2 Reset
To reset the unit settings to factory default settings select Reset and then confirm either Yes or No.
5.7.3 Turning a Unit ON/OFF
Select the desired unit, then press the button corresponding to
the icon
and then choose either On or Off.
The current menu item status is shown.
OFF
= disabled
ON
= enabled
5.8
GLP and GMP Data
Enter this menu to set the Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and Good Manufacturing
Practice data.
Reset
Date Format
Date
Time
Format
Time
Project ID
GLP Data Sub-menu
5.8.1 Reset
Resets the settings to factory default settings. Reset the settings to factory default
settings.
5.8.2 Date Format
Set the scale date format.
MMDDYYYY = Month Day Year (default)
DDMMYYYY = Day Month Year
YYYYMMDD = Year Month Day
5.8.3 Date
Set the current date using the alphanumeric keypad.
5.8.4 Time Format
Set the scale time format.
24H = 24 hour format (default)
12H = 12 hour format
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5.8.5 Time
Set the current time.
5.8.6 Project ID
Set the project ID by using the alphanumerical keypad.
5.9
Communication
Enter this menu to define external communication methods and to set printing parameters.
Data may be output to either a printer or PC (see section 6.5 for output string).
Factory default settings are shown in bold.
Communication Sub-menu
RS232
USB
Choosing an item brings up another menu level (RS232 shown):
Configuration
Print Setup
Choosing an item brings up yet another menu level, the device settings are dependent on
the COM chosen (RS232 shown)
Configuration Menu: (RS232 shown)
5.9.1 Reset
Resets the settings to factory default settings. Reset the settings to factory default
settings.
5.9.2 Baud Rate
Set the baud rate (bits per second).
300
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
5.9.3 Parity
Set the data bits and parity.
7 EVEN
= 7 data bits, even parity
7 ODD
= 7 data bits, odd parity
7 NONE
= 7 data bits, no parity
8 NONE
= 8 data bits, no parity
5.9.4 Stop Bits
Set the stop bits.
1 BIT
2 BIT
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5.9.5 Handshake
Set the flow control method.
NONE
= no handshaking
XON/XOFF
= XON/XOFF handshaking
HARDWARE = hardware handshaking (COM1 menu only)
5.9.6 Alternate Command
Enter this sub-menu to set a different command character for the P (Print), T(Tare) or
Z(Zero)
Alternate Print Command
Set the alternate command character for Print.
Settings of A(a) to Z(z) are available, except T&Z. The default setting is P.
Alternate Tare Command
Set the alternate command character for Tare.
Settings of A(a) to Z(z) are available, except P&Z. The default setting is T.
Alternate Zero Command
Set the alternate command character for Zero.
Settings of A(a) to Z(z) are available, except P&T. The default setting is Z.
Print Setup Menu: (RS232 shown)
5.9.7 Reset
Resets the settings to factory default settings. Reset the settings to factory default
settings.
5.9.8 Stable Weight Only
Set the printing criteria.
OFF
= values are printed immediately, regardless of stability.
ON
= values are printed only when the stability criteria are met.
5.9.9 Auto Print
Set the automatic printing functionality
OFF
= disabled
ON STABLE = printing occurs each time the stability criteria are met.
INTERVAL
= printing occurs at the defined time interval.
CONTINUOUS = printing occurs continuously.
When ON STABLE is selected, set the time interval using the numeric keypad.
LOAD
= prints when the displayed load is stable
LOAD ZERO = prints when the displayed load or zero reading is stable.
When INTERVAL is selected, set the time interval using the numeric keypad.
Settings of 1 to 3600 seconds are available.
Note: Pressing the print button when INTERVAL has been selected will print the displayed result
immediately.
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5.9.10 Print Template
This sub-menu is used to define the format of the data output to a printer or computer.
Simple = only prints result and unit
Standard = prints result, tare, mode, unit, GMP, PN, Lib, ID, name
Custom 1 = customized printout format. If not customized, Simple template will be used
Custom 2 = customized printout format. If not customized, Simple template will be used
Custom 3 = customized printout format. If not customized, Simple template will be used
Custom 4 = customized printout format. If not customized, Simple template will be used
Custom 5 = customized printout format. If not customized, Simple template will be used
Example (Standard Template):
5.9.11 Edit Template
This sub-menu is used to edit the Print templates.
Note: Only the Custom templates can be edited.
Simple
Standard
Custom1
Custom2
Custom3
Custom4
Custom5
Each item in the content on the left side can be switched On/Off. The right side will show all the
enabled items.
The content for the templates includes:
Header (5 header lines) , User ID, Project ID, Scale No., Date & Time, PN, Result, Gross, Net,
Tare, Mode, Unit, Info (i.e. reference weight, check limits), Accu, Library ID, Library Name, Alibi
Record(6 digits, i.e. 000235), Footer (2 footer lines).
The item Header, Footer, Date/Time, User ID, Project ID and Scale NO have selections “Off,
Single, Continuous”. Single means that the related item will be printed out only one time after
power on or the related menu setting changed. Continuous means that the related item will be
printed out at each print out.
The item Accumulation has selections “Off, Result, All”. Result means that only the total
weight/PCS will be printed out. All means that all the accumulated information as well as
statistical information will be printed out.
See section 6.6 for sample printouts.
5.9.12 Line Feed
Set the paper feed
1 Line
4 Line
FORM
= move the paper up one line after printing.
= move the paper up four lines after printing.
= a form feed is appended to the output.
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5.9.13 Data Transfer
Output weighing results directly to a PC application. Setup is easy and no additional software is
required.
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Note: Data Transfer Function is not supported in Windows 7. OHAUS provides SPDC software
for Windows 7 users. Please download from below link:
OFF
ON
= do not print.
= print the specified settings.
Click the Start Menu in Windows XP system and click “Settings” –>open Control Panel.
Double click Accessibility Options in Control Panel.
Select the General tab in
Accessibility Options.
Check Use Serial Keys, and click the Settings button.
Select the Serial Port, and set the Baud rate to 9600.
After selecting, click OK to close setting for serial keys.
Close the Control Panel.
Run Excel® to open one blank sheet. Click on the cell where the data is to be placed.
At this time, if the scale sends data to the PC through the RS232 port, the data will be put into the
cell, and the cursor will automatically move to the next vertical cell.
Note: If the weighing value is a negative number, set the target cell in TEXT format. Otherwise,
Excel will not distinguish it as a negative number.
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User Profiles
Create users with user name and password.
User Screen
Functions
1. The User profile is used for saving user specific parameters in menu
2. Total 50 user profiles can be saved in file system
3. User name max length: 12
4. Password max length: 6
User authorities
1. User types
a) Administrator
b) Power user
c) Guest
Notes:
Only one Administrator user
The first user is always Administrator
If no user have been created, login as Administrator.
Administrator Account:
Only the Administrator user can create, delete and edit other users and itself. If an administrator user is
deleted, all the power users will also be deleted.
Power User Account:
The Power user can only modify the menu settings but cannot create, delete or edit other users or itself.
Guest Account:
Login as a Guest user will occur directly when pressing the button corresponding to the icon
, no
password is required.
The Guest user can view but cannot modify the general menu settings. All the menus are locked. The
Guest user can modify the app configurations but cannot add/edit library records.
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Login Screen
Long press the
power up.
button to start the User login screen to change the user. Login is also required during
To login as Adminstrator press the button corresponding to the icon
password field. Enter the password associated with the account.
. A login screen is displayed with a
If the wrong password is entered, an error screen will be displayed. Press the button correpsonding to the icon
to return to the login screen.
To login as guest press the button corresponding to the icon
.
Note: if no user was created, no login is required and automatically login as administrator.
5.11
Alibi Memory
Note: This menu is only visible if the Alibi memory hardware option has been installed.
Alibi memory is used to store the weight history for reference.
Each Alibi record contains a Record ID, Net Weight value, Tare value and Date & Time.
Enter the Check Records menu item to review the
records.
Notes:
The maximum number of record is 262112.
When the memory is full and another record is
stored the first record will automatically be
deleted. At this time a warning message will
appear, asking for the user’s confirmation.
The latest record is always displayed on top.
Use the buttons corresponding to the icons and to
move up and down the list.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to locate a record by entering it’s ID No.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to print a range of records.
Press the button corresponding to the icon
to return to previous menu.
Note: Only stable weight can be printed to the Alibi memory.
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Event Counter
For jurisdictions that use the audit trail sealing method, the local weights and measures official or authorized
service agent must record the current configuration and calibration event counter values at the time of sealing.
These values will be compared to values found during a future inspection.
Note: A change to an event counter value is equivalent to breaking a physical seal.
The audit trail uses two event counters to record changes to configuration and calibration settings.

The configuration event counter (CFG) will index by 1 when exiting the menu if one or more of the following
menu settings are changed: Zero Range, Stable Range, Auto Zero Tracking (AZT), Units (kg, g, oz, lb or
lb:oz) or Stable Only.

The calibration event counter (CAL) will index by 1 when exiting the menu if a Span Calibration or GEO
setting change is made. Note that the counter only indexes once, even if several settings are changed.
5.13
Maintenance
Export
Library
Export User
Profile
Import
Library
Drives
Import User
Profile
Note: The import/export is only functional when the current user is administrator.
Maintenance Sub-menu
5.13.1 Export Library
Export Library to USB flash drive.
5.13.2 Export User Profile
Export Export User Profile to USB flash drive.
.
5.13.3 Import’ Library Drives
Import Library from USB flash drive.
5.13.4 Import User Profile
Import User Profile from USB flash drive.
Note: The existing users will be replaced when importing users.
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SERIAL COMMUNICATION
6.1
Interface Commands
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Commands listed in the following table will be acknowledged by the scale.
Command
Function
IP
P
CP
SP
Immediate Print of displayed weight (stable or unstable).
Print displayed weight (stable or unstable).
Continuous
Print on Stability.
0S: Turn off “Stable Only” menu item and allow unstable print. 1S: Turn on “Stable Only” menu item
and only print stable print.
Interval Print x = Print Interval (1-3600 sec), 0P turns auto print OFF
Same as pressing Zero Key.
Same as pressing Tare Key.
Download Tare value in grams (positive values only).
Sending 0T clears tare (if allowed).
Print current unit: g, kg, lb, oz, lb:oz, t
Set scale to unit x: 1=g, 2=kg, 3=lb, 4=oz, 5=lb:oz, 6=t
Set scale to mode x. 1=Weighing, 2=Counting, 3=Check, 4=Formulation, 5=Percent, 6=Filling,
7=Dynamic, 8=Density, 9=Differential. M will scroll to next enabled mode.
Version: print name, software revision and LFT ON (if LFT is set ON).
Enter Header line, where x = print template number 1 to 5, y = line number 1 to 5 , “text” = header text
up to 40 alphanumeric characters
Enter Footer line, where x = print template number 1 to 5, y = line number 1 to 2 “text” = footer text up
to 40 alphanumeric characters.
Global reset to reset all menu settings to the original factory defaults.
Switch the platform: x = 1, 2
The second commands listed are “legacy’ commands, which maintain compatibility with older
products.
xS
xP
Z
T
xT
PU
xU
xM
PV
H x y “text”
F x y “text”
\EscR
SNS x
Notes:
6.2
RS232 Interface
RS232 (DB9) Pin Connections:
Pin 2: Scale transmit line (TxD)
Pin 3: Scale receive line (RxD)
Pin 5: Ground signal (GND)
Pin 7: Clear to send (hardware handshake) (CTS)
Pin 8: Request to send (hardware handshake) (RTS)
Use the built-in RS-232 Port to connect either to a computer or a printer.
6.2.1
Connecting to a Computer
Connect to the computer with a standard (straight-through) serial cable.
Use HyperTerminal or a similar terminal software to test communication with the computer.
Set up HyperTerminal as follows:
Choose New Connection, “connect using” COM1 (or available COM port).
Select Baud=9600; Parity=8 None; Stop=1; Handshaking=None. Click OK.
Choose Properties/Settings, then ASCII Setup. Check boxes as illustrated:
(Send line ends…; Echo typed characters…; Wrap lines…)
Verify communication by pressing the Print button. If HyperTerminal is set up properly, the value on the display
will be displayed in the window.
6.2.2
Connecting to a Serial Printer
Connect the cable supplied with the printer to the scale’s RS-232 port.
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Make sure that the balance and printer communication settings match.
Test communication with the printer by pressing the Print button. If the balance and printer are set up properly,
the value on the display will be printed.
6.3
The USB Device Interface
USB Host
USB Device
The Ohaus USB Device Interface is a unique solution to the problem of connecting a scale to a computer using
a Universal Serial Bus (USB). USB devices are categorized into classes such as disk drives, digital cameras,
printers, etc. Scales do not have a commonly used class so the Ohaus USB interface uses a generic interface
based on the RS232 serial standard.
Data sent from the scale to a computer is in USB format. The USB data is directed to a virtual port. This port
then appears as an RS232 port to the application program.
When sending a command from a computer to the scale, the application program sends a command to the
virtual port as if it were an RS232 port. The computer then directs the command from the virtual port to the
computers USB connector where the scale is connected. The port receives the USB signal and reacts to the
command.
The USB Interface includes a CD with the software drivers to create the required virtual port on the computer.
6.3.1
System Requirements
 PC running Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows 7
 Available USB port (Type A, 4-pin, female)
6.3.2 USB Connection
The scale’s USB port terminates with a 4-pin, female, USB Type B connector.
A USB Cable (type B/male to type A/male) is required (not supplied).
1. Ensure that the scale is powered on and working properly.
2. Power on the computer and verify that its USB port is enabled and working properly.
3. Plug the cable’s USB connectors into the computer’s USB port and the scale’s USB port. Windows should
detect a USB device and the New Hardware Wizard will be initialized.
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6.3.3 Virtual Port Software Installation
1. Insert the supplied CD into the computer’s
CD drive.
Different versions of Windows have slightly
different steps to load the driver that is on
the CD. In all versions the New Hardware
Wizard guides you through the required
steps to select the driver that is located on
the CD.
2. After clicking Finish, the virtual port should
be ready for use.
Windows typically adds the virtual port in
sequence after the highest number COM
port. For example, on PC’s equipped with
up to 4 COM ports, the virtual port will be
COM5.
When using the USB interface with
programs that limit the number of COM
port designations (e.g. Ohaus
MassTracker allows only COM1, 2, 3, & 4),
it may be necessary to assign one of these
port numbers to the new virtual port.
Example of Windows XP Hardware Wizard
This can be done in the Port Settings of the Device Manager utility, found in the Windows Control Panel.
6.4
USB Host
The USB Host can be used to connect a keyboard, barcode scanner and USB flash drive to the Ranger 7000.
6.5
Printout Format
Printout string for g, kg, lb, oz units:
Field
Weight Space Unit Space
Length 9
1
3
1
Stability
1
Space
1
G/N
1
Space
1
Message
5
Term.Char(s)
2
 The printout string has a fixed length of 23 characters.
 Each Space field is a delimiting space used to separate the other fields.
 The Weight field is 9 right justified characters. If the value is negative, the '‐' character is printed at the
immediate left of the most significant digit.
 The Unit/Mode field is 3 left justified characters.
 The Stability field is 1 character.
 The G/N field is 1 character. 'G' is printed for a gross weight. 'N' is printed for a net weight.
 The Message field is 5 left justified characters.
Note: The Termination Characters Carriage Return and Line Feed are appended to the printout.
Printout string for the lb:oz unit
Field
Weight1
Space
Unit1
Space
Weight2
Space
Unit2
Space
Stability
Space
G/N
Space
Message
Term.Char(s)
Length
4
1
2
1
7
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
5
2
 The printout string has a fixed length of 28 characters.
 Each Space field is a delimiting space used to separate the other fields.
 The Weight1 field is 4 right justified characters. If the value is negative, the '‐' character is located at the
immediate left of the most significant digit.
 The Unit1 field is 2 left justified characters.
 The Weight2 field is 7 right justified characters.
 The Unit2 field is 2 left justified characters.
 The Stability field is 1 character. A space is printed if the weight value is stable. A '?' is printed if the weight
value is not stable.
 The G/N field is 1 character. 'G' is printed for a gross weight. 'N' is printed for a net weight.
 The Message field is 5 left justified characters.
Note: The Termination Characters Carriage Return and Line Feed are appended to the printout.
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Printout Examples
Weighing
Description
Enabled
Company Name
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
Address 4
Scale ID: 123
03:57 PM 09/11/2013
0.79300 kg
N
1.36275 kg
G
0.79300 kg
N
0.56975 kg
T
Mode: Weighing
Signature___________
Verified by_________
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User ID
Project ID
Scale ID
Date & Time
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Result
Gross
Net
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Tare
Mode
Unit
Information
Accumulate
Library ID
Library Name
Alibi Record
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Description
Enabled
Company Name
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
Address 4
Scale ID: 123
03:58 PM 09/11/2013
PN: 80251234
1125 PCS
N
2725 PCS
G
1125 PCS
N
0.56975 kg
T
Mode: Counting
APW: 0.356094 g
Library ID: 1
Library Name: Screw
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Result
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Net
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Mode
Unit
Information
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Verified by_________
Accumulate
Library ID
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Filling
Description
Enabled
Company Name
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
Address 4
User ID: USER1
Project ID: P123
1793.00 g
N
Mode: Filling
Target: 1800.00 g
SP1: 1700.00 g
SP2: 1790.00 g
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Library ID
Library Name
Alibi Record
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Parts Counting
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Density
Description
Enabled
Company Name
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
Address 4
User ID: USER1
Project ID: P125
Scale ID: S21
04:58 PM 09/11/2013
18.058 g/cm3
Mode: Density
Weight in air: 1001.70 g
Weight in liquid: 946.35 g
Auxiliary liquid: Water
Water Temp.: 20.0 ℃
Liquid Density: 0.9982 g/cm3
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Alibi Record
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Formulation (Recipe)
Item: 001
PN: 1234
Name: Egg
Formu.Wt: 100.00 g
Actual Wt: 99.60 g
Item: 002
PN: 1235
Name: Water
Formu.Wt: 500.00 g
Actual Wt: 497.95 g
Item: 003
PN: 1236
Name: Sugar
Formu.Wt: 120.00 g
Actual Wt: 124.10 g
Item: 004
PN: 1237
Name: Salt
Formu.Wt: 80.00 g
Actual Wt: 80.85 g
EN-59
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EN-60
7.
RANGER 7000 SCALES
LEGAL FOR TRADE
When the scale is used in trade or a legally controlled application it must be set up, verified and sealed in
accordance with local weights and measures regulations. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that all
pertinent legal requirements are met.
7.1
Settings
Before verification and sealing, perform the following steps in order:
1. Verify that the menu settings meet the local weights and measures regulations.
2. Units menu should be reviewed. Verify the units turned on meet the local weights and measures
regulations.
3. Perform a calibration as explained in Section 5.
3. Set the position of the Security Switch to the locked position.
7.2
Verification
A weights and measures official or authorized service agent must perform the verification procedure.
7.3
Sealing
After the scale has been verified, it must be sealed to prevent undetected access to the legally controlled settings.
Before sealing the device, ensure that the security switch is in the Locked position and the Legal for Trade setting
in the scale Setup menu has been set to ON.
If using a wire seal, pass the sealing wire through the holes in the security screw and tab, as shown.
If using a paper seal, place the seal over the flat head screw as shown
A. Base
Un-Locked
Locked with Wire Seal
Locked with Paper Seal
B. Terminal
Un-locked
Locked with Wire Seal
Locked with Paper Seal
Note: The Terminal only needs to be sealed if a second scale is attached to the optional 2nd A/D board.
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8.
8.1
EN-61
MAINTENANCE
Calibration
Periodically verify calibration by placing an accurate weight on the scale and viewing the result. If calibration is
required, perform as explained in section 5.
8.2
Information
Information is available from any application and is accessed by pressing the
button.
The following data is available for the Application used:
Application
Statistics
Accumulation
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Weighing
Counting
Percent
Check
Dynamic
Filling
General
Status
Formulation
Differential
Density
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Menu/Others
button to enter the Information area.
Press the
Use the buttons corresponding to the icons
and
to toggle through the various Information
screens.
Note: To return to Application Home screen from the
Information area, press the
button.
To clear data, use the buttons corresponding to the icons
and
to select the item to be cleared,
then press the
button.
A warning message appears, press the button
corresponding to the
icon to confirm the deletion.
To abort the deletion press the button corresponding to the
icon
.
Help
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Icons
Explanation
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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EN-62
8.3
RANGER 7000 SCALES
Cleaning
Disconnect the Ranger 7000 Scale from the power supply before cleaning.
Make sure that no liquid enters the interior of the Terminal or Base.
Clean the Scale at regular intervals.
Housing surfaces may be cleaned with a lint-free cloth slightly dampened with water or a mild cleaning
agent.
Attention: Do not use solvents, harsh chemicals, ammonia or abrasive cleaning agents.
8.4
Troubleshooting
TABLE 8-1. TROUBLESHOOTING
Error Code
EEP Error
Power on
Overload
Power on
Underload
Overload
Description
EEPROM Checksum Error
Power On Error
Underload
Under Range Error
Tare Error
Tare out of range Error
Display
Overflow
No
Calibration
-------
Display Overflow
Cause
Corrupted EEPROM data
Weight reading exceeds Power
On Zero limit.
Weight reading below Power On
Zero limit.
Weight reading exceeds Overload
limit.
Weight reading below Underload
limit.
Tared at one unit but after
switching to another unit the tare
value exceeds the maximum.
Weight exceeds 6 digits.
Calibration data error
Calibration data does not exist.
Busy message
--NO--
Action not allowed
message
Calibration Error
Displayed during tare setting,
zero setting, printing
Function not executed.
Calibration
Error
Low
Reference
Reference
Error
8.5
Power On Error
Over Range Error
Low reference weight
warning message
Unacceptable reference
weight message
Calibration value outside
allowable limits
Average Piece Weight too small.
(Warning)
Reference Weight too small. The
weight on the pan is too small to
define a valid reference weight.
Service Information
If the troubleshooting section does not resolve your problem, contact an Authorized Ohaus Service Agent. Please
visit our website www.ohaus.com to locate the Ohaus office nearest you. An Ohaus Product Service Specialist will
be available to assist you.
8.6
Software Updates
Ohaus is continuously improving its scale software. To obtain the latest release, please contact your Authorized
Ohaus Dealer or Ohaus Corporation.
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RANGER 7000 SCALES
9.
TECHNICAL DATA
9.1
Specifications
EN-63
Ambient conditions
 Indoor use only
 Altitude: Up to 2000 m
 Specified Temperature range: 10 °C to 30 °C (R71MHD3/6/15/35 models)
-10 °C to 40 °C (R71MD3/6/15/35 models)
Humidity:
maximum
relative
humidity
80 % for temperatures up to 30 °C

decreasing linearly to 50 % relative humidity at 40 °C
 Mains supply voltage fluctuations: up to ±10 % of the nominal voltage
 Installation category II
 Pollution degree: 2
 Operability is assured at ambient temperatures between 5 °C to 40 °C.
Materials
 Base Housing; die-cast Aluminum, Painted
 Terminal housing: die-cast Aluminum, Painted
 Weighing Pan: 304 Stainless Steel
TABLE 9-1. SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
R71MHD3
R71MHD6
R71MHD15
R71MHD35
Capacity
Readability d
Approved Readability e
3000 g
0.01 g
0.1 g
6000 g
0.02 g
0.2 g
15000 g
0.1 g
1g
35000 g
0.1 g
1g
Repeatability (std. dev.)
0.01 g
0.02 g
0.1 g
0.1 g
Linearity
Weighing units
Applications
Stabilization time (typical)
Safe overload protection
Display
Display size
Backlight
Communication
Power supply
Platform size
± 0.02 g
± 0.04 g
± 0.2 g
± 0.2 g
gram, kilogram, ounce, pound, pound:ounce, tonne
Weighing, Parts Counting, Percent Weighing, Check Weighing, Dynamic
Weighing, Filling, Formulation, Differential Weighing, Density
Within 1 second
150 % of Capacity
TFT Graphic LCD
4.3 inch
White LED
RS-232, USB
Power Input: 100-240 V~ 0.5 A 50/60 Hz
240 x 240 mm
377 x 311 mm
9.4 x 9.4 inch
14.8 x 12.2 inch
Terminal Housing
dimensions (W x D x H)
Base Housing dimensions
(W x D x H)
Assembled dimensions
(W x D x H)
Net weight
Shipping weight
Shipping dimension
267 x 118 x 72 mm
10.5 x 4.6 x 2.8 inch
280 x 280 x 114 mm
377 x 311 x 128 mm
11 x 11 x 4.5 inch
14.9 x 12.2 x 5 inch
280 x 420 x 114 mm
377 x 467 x 128 mm
11 x 11 x 4.5 inch
7.2 kg / 16 lb
14.9 x 18.4 x 5 inch
10.9 kg / 24 lb
9.2 kg / 20.3 lb
605 x 405 x 244 mm
23.8 x 15.9 x 9.6 inch
14.4 kg / 31.7 lb
665 x 525 x 330 mm
26.2 x 20.7 x 13 inch
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RANGER 7000 SCALES
TABLE 9-2. SPECIFICATIONS (continued)
MODEL
Capacity
Readability d
Approved Readability e
Repeatability (std. dev.)
Linearity
Weighing units
Applications
Stabilization time (typical)
Safe overload capacity
Display
Display size
Backlight
Communication
Power supply
Platform size
R71MD3
R71MD6
R71MD15
R71MD35
3000 g
6000 g
15000 g
35000 g
0.05 g
0.1 g
0.2 g
0.5 g
0.5 g
1g
2g
5g
0.05 g
0.1 g
0.2 g
0.5 g
± 0.1 g
± 0.2 g
± 0.4 g
±1 g
gram, kilogram, ounce, pound, pound:ounce, tonne
Weighing, Parts Counting, Percent Weighing, Check Weighing, Dynamic
Weighing, Filling, Formulation, Differential Weighing, Density
Within 1 second
150 % of Capacity
TFT Graphic LCD
4.3 inch
White LED
RS-232, USB
Power Input: 100-240 V~ 0.5 A 50/60 Hz
280 x 280 mm
377 x 311 mm
11 x 11 inch
14.8 x 12.2 inch
Terminal Housing dimensions
267 x 118 x 72 mm
(W x D x H)
10.5 x 4.6 x 2.8 inch
Base Housing dimensions
280 x 280 x 114 mm
377 x 311 x 128 mm
9.4 x 9.4 x 4.5 inch
14.9 x 12.2 x 5 inch
240 x 420 x 114 mm
377 x 467 x 128 mm
17.4 x 16.5 x 4.5 inch
6.8 kg / 15 lb
8.5 kg / 18.7 lb
605 x 405 x 244 mm
23.8 x 15.9 x 9.6 inch
14.9 x 18.4 x 5 inch
9.9 kg / 21.8 lb
13.4 kg / 29.5 lb
665 x 525 x 330 mm
26.2 x 20.7 x 13 inch
(W x D x H)
Assembled dimensions
(W x D x H)
Net weight
Shipping weight
Shipping dimensions
9.2
Drawings and Dimensions
Fully assembled dimensions
A. Large base
B. Small Base
Figure 9-1. Ranger 7000 dimensions
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9.3
EN-65
Table of Geo Values
For weighing instruments verified by the manufacturer, the geo value indicates the country or geographical zone for
which the instrument is verified. The Geo value set in the instrument (e.g."Geo 18") appears briefly after switch-on
or is specified on a label.
Note: GEO values are only applicable for models R71MD3, R71MD6, R71MD15 and R71MD35
TABLE 9-3. GEO CODES
Latitude
0°00'
5°46'
5°46'
9°52'
9°52' 12°44'
12°44' 15°06'
15°06' 17°10'
17°10' 19°02'
19°02' 20°45'
20°45' 22°22'
22°22' 23°54'
23°54' 25°21'
25°21' 26°45'
26°45' 28°06'
28°06' 29°25'
29°25' 30°41'
30°41' 31°56'
31°56' 33°09'
33°09' 34°21'
34°21' 35°31'
35°31' 36°41'
36°41' 37°50'
37°50' 38°58'
38°58' 40°05'
40°05' 41°12'
41°12' 42°19'
42°19' 43°26'
43°26' 44°32'
44°32' 45°38'
45°38' 46°45'
46°45' 47°51'
47°51' 48°58'
48°58' 50°06'
50°06' 51°13'
51°13' 52°22'
52°22' 53°31'
53°31' 54°41'
54°41' 55°52'
55°52' 57°04'
57°04' 58°17'
58°17' 59°32'
59°32' 60°49'
60°49' 62°90'
62°90' 63°30'
63°30' 64°55'
64°55' 66°24'
66°24' 67°57'
67°57' 69°35'
69°35' 71°21'
71°21' 73°16'
73°16' 75°24'
75°24' 77°52'
77°52' 80°56'
80°56' 85°45'
85°45' 90°00'
0
325
325
650
650
975
975
1300
0
1060
1060
2130
2130
3200
3200
4260
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
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17
17
18
18
19
19
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21
21
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22
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24
24
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27
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28
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29
30
30
31
4
5
5
6
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7
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8
9
9
10
10
11
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12
12
13
13
14
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15
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21
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22
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23
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24
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27
27
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28
29
29
30
30
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
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14
14
15
15
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18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
Elevation in meters
1300
1625
1950
1625
1950
2275
Elevation in feet
4260
5330
6400
5330
6400
7460
GEO value
3
2
2
3
3
2
4
3
3
4
4
3
5
4
4
5
5
4
6
5
5
6
6
5
7
6
6
7
7
6
8
7
7
8
8
7
9
8
8
9
9
8
10
9
9
10
10
9
11
10
10
11
11
10
12
11
11
12
12
11
13
12
12
13
13
12
14
13
13
14
14
13
15
14
14
15
15
14
16
15
15
16
16
15
17
16
16
17
17
16
18
17
17
18
18
17
19
18
18
19
19
18
20
19
19
20
20
19
21
20
20
21
21
20
22
21
21
22
22
21
23
22
22
23
23
22
24
23
23
24
24
23
25
24
24
25
25
24
26
25
25
26
26
25
27
26
26
27
27
26
28
27
27
28
28
27
29
28
28
2275
2600
2600
2925
2925
3250
3250
3575
7460
8530
8530
9600
9600
10660
10660
11730
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
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17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
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22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
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7
7
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9
9
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10
11
11
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18
18
19
19
20
20
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23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
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24
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25
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26
26
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
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25
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26
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9.4
RANGER 7000 SCALES
Options
TABLE 9-4. OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
Rechargeable Battery Kit, EX HiCap, R71
Accessory Tower Kit, R71
Accessory RS232, Kit, R31, RC31, V71, R71
nd
Accessory 2 Platform Kit, R71
Accessory Discrete I/O, R71
Accessory Ethernet Kit, R31, RC31, V71, R71
Alibi Memory Kit, T71, R71
Accessory Extension Cable 9 Meters, R71
PART NUMBER
30041295
30095408
30037448
30097590
30097591
30037447
80500503
30101495
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9.5
EN-67
Button Icons List
TABLE 9-5. BUTTON ICONS
WEIGHING APPLICATION
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
FUNCTION
Setup Weighing mode configurations
Edit selected record (used in
Library)
Manual Accumulation
Recall selected record (used in
Library)
Quit (Used in Library)
Delete selected record (used in
Library)
Add a record (used in Library)
COUNTING APPLICATION
Setup Counting mode configurations
Add a record (Used in Library)
Set APW (Average Piece Weight)
Delete selected record (used in
Library)
by number of samples
Enter APW
(Average Piece Weight)
value directly
Recall selected record (used in
Library)
Manual Accumulation
Edit selected record (used in
Library)
Quit (Used in Library)
CHECK APPLICATION
Setup Check mode configurations
Quit (Used in Library)
Change Check limits
Add a record (Used in Library)
Set APW (Average Piece Weight)
Delete selected record (used in
Library)
by number of samples
Enter APW
(Average Piece Weight)
value directly
Recall selected record (used in
Library)
Manual Accumulation
Edit selected record (used in
Library)
Switch the Check Limit’s input
method
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RANGER 7000 SCALES
TABLE 9-5. BUTTON ICONS (Continued)
DENSITY APPLICATION
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
FUNCTION
Setup Density mode configurations
Enter liquid density
Accept current weight
Start
Set water temperature
Cancel
FILLING APPLICATION
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
FUNCTION
Setup Filling mode configurations
Switch the Setpoints' input
method
Set input value or current weight on
the pan as target
Quit (Used in Library)
Set Target, Setpoint1 and Setpoint2
value
Add a record (Used in Library)
Stop
Delete selected record (used in
Library)
Start
Recall selected record (used in
Library)
Manual Accumulation
Edit selected record (used in
Library)
DYNAMIC APPLICATION
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
FUNCTION
Setup Dynamic mode configurations
Start
Set Averaging Time
Cancel
Manual Accumulation
Reset
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TABLE 9-5. BUTTON ICONS (Continued)
DIFFERENTIAL APPLICATION
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
FUNCTION
Setup Differential mode
configurations
Accept current weight
Edit Items
Reset
PERCENT APPLICATION
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
Setup Percent mode configurations
FUNCTION
Manual Accumulation
Set reference weight
FORMULATION APPLICATION
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
FUNCTION
Setup Formulation mode
configurations
Print formulation result
Set factor
View selected record (Used in
Library)
Start
Edit record Name (Used in
Library)
Select
Delete selected record (Used in
Library)
Reset
Go back to previous screen
Next component
Go to next screen
Last Component
Add a record (Used in Library)
Quit (Used in Library)
Edit selected record (used in
Library)
Save formulation result as a new
recept
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RANGER 7000 SCALES
TABLE 9-5. BUTTON ICONS (Continued)
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
FUNCTION
Guest
Print Range
Login
Locate Alibi record
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10.
EN-71
COMPLIANCE
Compliance to the following standards is indicated by the corresponding mark on the product.
Mark
Standard
This product conforms to the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
and the Non-automatic Weighing Instruments Directive 2009/23/EC.
The complete Declaration of Conformity is available online at
europe.ohaus.com/europe/en/home/support/compliance.aspx.
AS/NZS CISPR 11, AS/NZS 61000.4.3
nd
UL Std. No. 60950-1 (2 edition)
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1-04
Important notice for verified weighing instruments
Weighing instruments verified at the place of manufacture bear one of the preceding marks on the
packing label and the green ‘M’ (metrology) sticker on the descriptive plate. They may be put into
service immediately.
Weighing instruments to be verified in two stages have no green ‘M’ (metrology) on the descriptive
plate and bear one of the preceding identification marks on the packing label.
The second stage of the initial verification must be carried out by the approved service
organization of the authorized representative within the EC or by the national weights and
measures (W+M) authorities.
The first stage of the initial verification has been carried out at the manufacturer’s work.
It comprises all tests according to the adopted European standard EN45501:1992, paragraph
8.2.2.
If national regulations limit the validity period of the verification, the user of the weighing instrument
must strictly observe the re-verification period and inform the respective W+M authorities.
FCC Note
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Industry Canada Note
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-001.
ISO 9001 Registration
In 1994, OHAUS Corporation, USA, was awarded a certificate of registration to ISO 9001 by Bureau Veritus Quality
International (BVQI), confirming that the OHAUS quality management system is compliant with the ISO 9001
standard’s requirements. On June 21, 2012, OHAUS Corporation, USA, was re-registered to the ISO 9001:2008
standard.
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EN-72
RANGER 7000 SCALES
Disposal
In conformance with the European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE) this device may not be disposed of in domestic waste. This also applies to
countries outside the EU, per their specific requirements.
The Batteries Directive 2006/66/EC introduces new requirements from September 2008 on removability of
batteries from waste equipment in EU Member States. To comply with this Directive, this device has been
designed for safe removal of the batteries at end-of-life by a waste treatment facility.
Please dispose of this product in accordance with local regulations at the collecting point specified for
electrical and electronic equipment.
If you have any questions, please contact the responsible authority or the distributor from which you
purchased this device.
Should this device be passed on to other parties (for private or professional use), the content of this regulation
must also be related.
Disposal instructions in Europe are available online at
europe.ohaus.com/europe/en/home/support/weee.aspx.
Thank you for your contribution to environmental protection.
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RANGER 7000 SCALES
EN-73
LIMITED WARRANTY
Ohaus products are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship from the date of delivery through the
duration of the warranty period. During the warranty period Ohaus will repair, or, at its option, replace any
component(s) that proves to be defective at no charge, provided that the product is returned, freight prepaid, to
Ohaus.
This warranty does not apply if the product has been damaged by accident or misuse, exposed to radioactive or
corrosive materials, has foreign material penetrating to the inside of the product, or as a result of service or
modification by other than Ohaus. In lieu of a properly returned warranty registration card, the warranty period shall
begin on the date of shipment to the authorized dealer. No other express or implied warranty is given by Ohaus
Corporation. Ohaus Corporation shall not be liable for any consequential damages.
As warranty legislation differs from state to state and country to country, please contact Ohaus or your local Ohaus
dealer for further details.
Ohaus® and Ranger® are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Ohaus Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
Microsoft®, Windows® and Excel® are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
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Tel: +1 (973) 377-9000
Fax: +1 (973) 944-7177
With offices worldwide
www.ohaus.com
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