A&D FX-3000iWP Specifications
FZ-120iWP / FZ-200iWP / FZ-300iWP
FZ-1200iWP / FZ-2000iWP / FZ-3000iWP
FX-120iWP / FX-200iWP / FX-300iWP
FX-1200iWP / FX-2000iWP / FX-3000iWP
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CONTENTS
Basic Operation
1. INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................... 3
1-1 About This Manual .............................................................................................................................. 3
1-2 Features.............................................................................................................................................. 3
1-3 Compliance......................................................................................................................................... 4
2. UNPACKING THE BALANCE ................................................................................................................. 7
2-1 Unpacking........................................................................................................................................... 7
2-2 Installing the Balance.......................................................................................................................... 8
3. PRECAUTIONS........................................................................................................................................ 9
3-1 Before Use.......................................................................................................................................... 9
3-2 During Use........................................................................................................................................ 10
3-3 After Use ............................................................................................................................................11
3-4 Power Supply.....................................................................................................................................11
3-5 Display Symbols and Key Operation ................................................................................................ 12
4. WEIGHING UNITS ................................................................................................................................. 13
4-1 Units.................................................................................................................................................. 13
4-2 Storing Units ..................................................................................................................................... 15
5. WEIGHING ............................................................................................................................................. 16
5-1 Basic Operation (Gram Mode).......................................................................................................... 16
5-2 Counting Mode (PCS) ...................................................................................................................... 17
5-3 Percent Mode (%)............................................................................................................................. 19
5-4 Statistical Calculation Mode.............................................................................................................. 20
5-5 Statistical Calculation Mode (Example of Use) ...................................................................................... 25
Adapting to the Environment
6. RESPONSE ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................. 27
7. CALIBRATION ....................................................................................................................................... 28
7-1 Calibration Mode............................................................................................................................... 28
7-2 Calibration Using the Internal mass (One-Touch Calibration, only for FZ-iWP series).......................................... 29
7-3 Calibration Using an External Weight............................................................................................... 30
7-4 Calibration Test Using an External Weight ....................................................................................... 32
Functions
8. FUNCTION SWITCH AND INITIALIZATION ......................................................................................... 34
8-1 Permit or Inhibit................................................................................................................................. 34
8-2 Initializing the Balance...................................................................................................................... 35
9. FUNCTION TABLE ................................................................................................................................ 36
9-1 Structure and Sequence of the Function Table ................................................................................ 36
9-2 Display and Keys .............................................................................................................................. 36
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9-3 Details of the Function Table ............................................................................................................ 37
9-4 Description of the Class “Environment, Display” .............................................................................. 40
9-5 Description of the Item “Data Output Mode”..................................................................................... 42
9-6 Description of the Item “Data Format” .............................................................................................. 43
9-7 Data Format Examples ..................................................................................................................... 45
9-8 Description of the Item “Application Function”.................................................................................. 46
9-9 Comparator Function ........................................................................................................................ 47
9-10 Clock and Calendar Function ......................................................................................................... 48
10. ID NUMBER AND GLP REPORT ........................................................................................................ 50
10-1 Setting the ID Number .................................................................................................................... 50
10-2 GLP Report..................................................................................................................................... 50
11. UNDERHOOK ...................................................................................................................................... 53
12. PROGRAMMABLE-UNIT .................................................................................................................... 54
RS-232C Serial Interface
13. RS-232C SERIAL INTERFACE ........................................................................................................... 55
14. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT................................................................................. 56
14-1 Connection to the AD-8121B Printer .............................................................................................. 56
14-2 Connection to a Computer.............................................................................................................. 57
14-3 Using Windows Communication Tools (WinCT)............................................................................. 58
15. COMMANDS ........................................................................................................................................ 59
15-1 Command List................................................................................................................................. 59
15-2 Acknowledge Code and Error Codes ............................................................................................. 60
15-3 Settings Related to the RS-232C ................................................................................................... 61
Maintenance
16. MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................... 62
17. TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................................................................... 63
17-1 Checking the Balance Performance and Environment................................................................... 63
17-2 Error Codes .................................................................................................................................... 64
17-3 Asking For Repair ........................................................................................................................... 65
18. OPTIONS.............................................................................................................................................. 66
19. SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................ 69
20. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS................................................................................................................... 71
21. TERMS / INDEX ................................................................................................................................... 73
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1. INTRODUCTION
This manual describes how the FZ-i WP series and the FX-i WP series balance works and how to get the
most out of it in terms of performance.
Read this manual thoroughly before using the balance and keep it at hand for future reference.
1-1 About This Manual
This manual consists of the following five parts:
Basic operation ...................... Describes precautions on handling the balance, balance construction
and basic balance operation.
Adapting to the environment .. Describes response adjustment and calibration.
Functions................................ Describes various functions of the balance.
RS-232C serial interface ........ Describes the interface which transmits data and controls the
balance.
Maintenance........................... Describes maintenance, error codes, troubleshooting, specifications
and options.
1-2 Features
Dust-tight and protected against water jets (complying with IP65), suitable to weigh powdery or liquid
material. A waterproof RS-232C cable (AX-KO2737-500) is available as an option.
Compact general-purpose balance, can be installed almost anywhere.
Casing construction, strong protection against dust and water.
Stabilization time of one second. When FAST is selected for the response rate, a stabilization time of
one second, to read a displayed value after a sample is placed on the pan, has been achieved.
Multiple weighing units with most of the common units used around the world.
Standard RS-232C serial interface to communicate with a computer and to output the Good
Laboratory Practice (GLP) data
Statistical calculation mode to statistically calculate the weight data, and display or output the sum,
maximum, minimum, range (maximum-minimum), average, standard deviation and coefficient of variation.
Comparator Indicators, displaying the comparison results.
Hold Function, provided for weighing a moving object such as an animal.
Breeze break, provided for the FZ-i WP series and the FX-120i WP / FX-200i WP / FX-300i WP, for
more accurate weighing.
Underhook, provided for suspended weighing.
As options, the USB interface (FXi-02), the Ethernet interface (FXi-08) and the built-in battery unit
(FXi-09) are available. When any one of these is used, the balance does not comply with IP65.
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1-3 Compliance
Compliance with FCC Rules
Please note that this device generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy. This device has
been tested and has been found to comply with the limits of a Class A computing device pursuant to
Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules. These rules are designed to provide reasonable protection against
interference when this device is operated in a commercial environment. If this unit is operated in a
residential area, it may cause some interference and under these circumstances the user would be
required to take, at his own expense, whatever measures are necessary to eliminate the interference.
(FCC = Federal Communications Commission in the U.S.A.)
Compliance with EMC Directives
This device features radio interference suppression and safety regulation in compliance with
the following Council Directives
Council directive 89/336/EEC
EN61326
EMC directive
Council directive 73/23/EEC
EN60950
Safety of Information Technology Equipment
The CE mark is an official mandatory European marking.
Please note that any electronic product must comply with local laws and regulations when sold or
used anywhere outside Europe.
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2. UNPACKING THE BALANCE
2-1 Unpacking
The balance is a precision instrument. Unpack the balance carefully. Keep the packing material to be used
for transporting the balance in the future.
The packing contents depend on the balance model. See the illustrations to confirm that everything is
contained.
The breeze break
The breeze break is
an accessory for
FZ-i WP series,
FX-120i WP,
FX-200i WP,
FX-300i WP .
Assemble the breeze break as shown below.
Follow the numbered sequence.
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3
4
1
Weighing pan
Pan support
Pan boss
Waterproof diaphragm
When attaching the pan
support, use much care not
to deform the diaphragm.
Display
Bubble spirit
level
Main unit
Keys
Leveling foot
Main unit cover
RS-232C serial interface
AC adapter jack
AC adapter plug
Main unit rear
AC adapter
Grounding terminal
AC adapter ID label
Note
Please confirm that the AC adapter
type is correct for your local voltage
and receptacle type.
Terminal cover
The AC adapter plug is protected against dust and may be difficult to
insert. When inserting the plug, turn the plug while pushing on it.
To use as a dust and waterproof balance, cover the RS-232C
interface connector, or connect the waterproof RS-232C cable
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2-2 Installing the Balance
Install the balance as follows:
1. Place the balance on a solid weighing table. Refer to “3. PRECAUTIONS” for installing the balance.
2.
In case of FZ-i WP series and FX-120i WP / FX-200i WP / FX-300i WP
Assemble the pan support, weighing pan and breeze break, on the balance as shown in the
illustration on page 7.
In case of FX-1200i WP / FX-2000i WP / FX-3000i WP
Assemble the pan support and weighing pan on the balance as shown in the illustration on page 7.
3. Adjust the leveling feet to level the balance. Confirm it using the bubble spirit level.
4. Confirm that the AC adapter type is correct for the local voltage and power receptacle type.
5. Connect the AC adapter to the balance. Warm up the balance for at least 30 minutes with nothing
on the weighing pan.
Note
The AC adapter plug is protected against dust and may be difficult to insert. When inserting the
plug, turn the plug while pushing on it.
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3. PRECAUTIONS
To get the optimum performance from the balance and acquire accurate weight data, note the following:
3-1 Before Use
The meaning of IP65 is "No ingress of dust. Projected against water jets".
If a powerful water jet is used or the balance is immersed in water, the
ingress of water may cause damage to the balance.
Confirm that "the plug is inserted firmly into the AC adapter jack" and "the
RS-232C interface connector is covered using the terminal cover or the
waterproof RS-232C cable (AX-KO2737-500) is connected", when using
as a dust and waterproof balance.
When the balance is used without the terminal cover on the RS-232C
interface connector or a standard RS-232C cable is used, the balance
does not comply with IP65.
Install the balance in an environment where the temperature and humidity
are not excessive. The best operating temperature is about 20°C / 68°F at
about 50% relative humidity.
Install the balance where it is not exposed to direct sunlight and it is not
affected by heaters or air conditioners.
Install the balance where it is free of dust.
Install the balance away from equipment which produces magnetic fields.
Install the balance in a stable place avoiding vibration and shock. Corners
of rooms on the first floor are best, as they are less prone to vibration.
The weighing table should be solid and free from vibration, drafts and as
level as possible.
Good
No good
Level the balance by adjusting the leveling feet and confirm it using the
bubble spirit level.
Ensure a stable power source when using the AC adapter.
Plug in the AC adapter and warm up the balance for at least 30 minutes.
Calibrate the balance before use or after having moved it to another
location.
Caution
Do not install the balance where flammable or corrosive gas is present.
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Leveling foot
Bubble spirit level
3-2 During Use
The FZ-i WP series and the FX-i WP series balance has a casing with
high sealing performance due to its dust-tight and waterproof design.
Therefore, a very subtle change in the atmospheric pressure in the
installation site, for example, generated by opening or closing the door,
affects the weighing and may yield an unstable weight value. Wait for
the atmospheric pressure to stabilize before weighing.
If the residue of a powdery or liquid material is left on the waterproof
diaphragm or the pan boss, it may cause weighing errors. Clean them
before weighing.
If the waterproof diaphragm is deformed due to overloading, it may
cause weighing errors. Remove the load and wait for the waterproof
diaphragm to restore to the original shape before continuing with
weighing.
Discharge static electricity from the material to be weighed
(hereinafter referred to as the sample). When a sample could have a
static charge, the weight data is influenced. Ground the balance and
try the following:
Eliminate static electricity using the optional AD-1683 DC static
eliminator.
Try to keep the ambient humidity above 45%RH.
Use a metal shield case for a charged sample.
Wipe charged plastic samples with a moistened cloth.
This balance uses a strong magnet as part of the balance assembly,
so please use caution when weighing magnetic materials such as iron.
If there is a problem, use the underhook on the bottom of the balance
to suspend the material away from the influence of the magnet.
Eliminate the temperature difference between a sample and the
environment. When a sample is warmer (cooler) than the ambient
temperature, the sample will be lighter (heavier) than the true weight.
This error is due to a rising (falling) draft around the sample.
Make each weighing gently and quickly to avoid errors caused by the
evaporation of moisture from the sample or the absorption of moisture
by the sample.
Do not drop things upon the weighing pan, or place a sample on the
pan that is beyond the balance weighing capacity. Place a sample in
the center of the weighing pan.
Do not use a sharp instrument such as a pencil to press the keys. Use
your finger only.
Press the RE-ZERO key before each weighing to eliminate possible
errors.
Calibrate the balance periodically so as to eliminate possible errors.
Take into consideration the affect of air buoyancy on a sample when more accuracy is required.
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Prevent foreign materials, such as powder, liquid and metal, from invading the area around the
weighing pan.
The breeze break (FZ-i WP series and FX-120i WP / FX-200i WP / FX-300i WP ) is provided as an
accessory. An anti-static treatment has been applied to the breeze break components, but they may
be charged with static electricity when they are unpacked or when the humidity is low. If the weight
value is unstable even when there are no drafts or the balance has a problem with repeatability,
remove the breeze break. Or wipe the clear plates with a moistened cloth, use the optional AD-1683
DC static eliminator or apply an anti-static spray.
3-3 After Use
Do not allow the balance to be immersed in water. Even though the balance complies with IP code,
the balance will not withstand being completely immersed in water.
Avoid mechanical shock to the balance.
Do not disassemble the balance. Contact the local A&D dealer if the balance needs service or repair.
Do not use organic solvents to clean the balance. Clean the balance with a lint free cloth that is
moistened with warm water and a mild detergent.
The edge of the weighing pan is sharp. Use much care when cleaning the pan.
3-4 Power Supply
When the AC adapter is connected, the balance is in the standby mode if the standby indicator is on
(refer to “3-5 Display Symbols and Key Operation”). This is a normal state and does not harm the
balance. For accurate weighing, warm up the balance for at least 30 minutes before use.
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3-5 Display Symbols and Key Operation
Key operation
Key operation affects how the balance functions. The basic key operations are:
“Press and release the key immediately” or “Press the key”
= normal key operation during measurement.
“Press and hold the key”.
Display symbols
Number of statistical data (Statistical calculation mode)
Displays the weight data relative to the weighing capacity,
in percentage, in the weighing mode (Capacity indicator)
Response indicators
Animal mode indicator
Comparator indicators
NET indicator
Processing indicator
Stabilization indicator
Standby indicator
Units
Interval output mode
Standby indicator
Weight data
Processing indicator
Interal output mode
Active indicator
Blinking
Each key, when pressed or when pressed and held, functions as follows:
Key
When pressed
When pressed and held
Turns the display on or off. The standby indicator is displayed when the display is turned off. The
weighing mode is enabled when the display is turned on.
This key is available anytime. Pressing the key during operation will interrupt the operation and
turn the display off.
In the weighing mode, turns the minimum
weighing value on or off.
In the counting or percent mode, enters the
sample storing mode.
Enters the function table mode.
Refer to “9. FUNCTION TABLE”.
Switches the weighing units stored in the function
table. Refer to “4. WEIGHING UNITS”.
Enters the response adjustment mode.
Cancels the operation when performing settings.
Enters the calibration mode.
Outputs the weight data to a printer or personal
computer using the RS-232C serial interface,
depending on the function table settings.
Confirms the operation when performing settings.
No function at the factory setting
By changing the function table:
Outputs “Title block” and “End block” for
GLP report.
Sets the display to zero.
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4. WEIGHING UNITS
4-1 Units
With the FZ-i WP series and the FX-i WP series balance, the following weighing units and weighing
modes are available:
A unit or mode can be selected and stored in the function table as described on page 15.
If a weighing mode (or unit of weight) has been turned off, that mode or unit will be missing in the
sequence. Tael has four varieties, one of which can be selected and installed at the factory.
To select a unit or mode for weighing, press the
see the table below:
MODE
key.For details about the units and modes,
Display
Function table
(Storing mode)
g
g
Counting mode
pcs
pcs
Percent mode
%
%
Ounce (Avoir)
oz
oz
Pound
lb
lb
Loz
LO
Name (unit, mode)
Gram
Pound/Ounce
Troy Ounce
ozt
ozt
Metric Carat
ct
ct
Momme
Pennyweight
Grain (UK)
Tael (Taiwan)
453.59237 g
1 Lb = 16 oz,
1 oz = 28.349523125 g
31.1034768 g
0.2 g
dwt
1.55517384 g
GN
GN
0.06479891 g
37.7994 g
tl
tl
37.429 g
37.5 g
31.25 g
tol
tol
Messghal
Programmable-unit (Multi-unit)
28.349523125 g
dwt
Tael (China)
Tola (India)
1g
3.75 g
Tael (HK general, Singapore)
Tael (HK jewelry)
Conversion factor
1g=
11.6638038 g
4.6875 g
MLT
MLT
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The tables below indicate the weighing capacity and the minimum display for each unit, depending on
the balance model.
Unit
Gram
Capacity
FX-120i WP
122.000
FX-200i WP
220.000
FX-300i WP
320.000
0.001
Ounce (Avoir)
4.30340
7.76025
Pound
0.268965
0.485015
0.705480
0.000005
Pound/Ounce
0L 4.30oz
0L 7.76oz
0L 11.29oz
1L 0.01oz
Troy Ounce
3.92240
7.07315
Metric Carat
610.000
Momme
32.5335
Pennyweight
78.621
Grain (UK)
1882.74
1100.000
58.6665
141.776
3395.12
11.28765
Minimum display
10.28825
1600.000
85.3335
206.220
4938.34
0.00005
0.00005
0.005
0.0005
0.001
0.02
Tael (HK general, Singapore)
3.22755
5.82020
8.46575
0.00005
Tael (HK jewelry)
3.25950
5.87780
8.54950
0.00005
Tael (Taiwan)
3.25330
5.86670
8.53330
0.00005
Tael (China)
3.90400
7.04000
10.24000
0.00005
Tola (India)
10.4597
18.8618
27.4353
0.0001
Messghal
26.0265
46.9335
68.2665
0.0005
Unit
Gram
Ounce (Avoir)
Capacity
FX-1200i WP
FX-2000i WP
FX-3000i WP
1220.00
2200.00
3200.00
43.0340
77.6025
112.8765
Minimum display
0.01
0.0005
Pound
2.68965
4.85015
7.05480
0.00005
Pound/Ounce
2L 11.03oz
4L 13.60oz
7L 0.88oz
1L 0.01oz
Troy Ounce
Metric Carat
39.2240
6100.00
Momme
325.335
Pennyweight
786.21
Grain (UK)
18827.4
70.7315
11000.00
586.665
1417.76
33951.2
102.8825
16000.00
853.335
2062.20
49383.4
0.0005
0.05
0.005
0.01
0.2
Tael (HK general, Singapore)
32.2755
58.2020
84.6575
0.0005
Tael (HK jewelry)
32.5950
58.7780
85.4950
0.0005
Tael (Taiwan)
32.5330
58.6670
85.3330
0.0005
Tael (China)
39.0400
70.4000
102.4000
0.0005
Tola (India)
104.597
188.618
274.353
0.001
Messghal
260.265
469.335
682.665
0.005
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4-2 Storing Units
The units or modes can be selected and stored in the function table. The sequence of displaying the
units or modes can be arranged in the function table so as to fit the frequency of use.
Select a unit or mode and arrange the sequence of display as follows:
Press and hold the SAMPLE
function table is displayed.
2
Press the
SAMPLE
3
Press the
PRINT
4
Specify a unit or mode in the order to be displayed using the
following keys.
SAMPLE
RE-ZERO
key
key
key until
ba5fnc
1
key several times to display
of the
Unit .
key to enter the unit selection mode.
To sequentially display the units.
To specify a unit or mode. The stabilization
indicator appears when the displayed unit or
mode is specified.
5
Press the PRINT key to store the units or modes. The balance
displays end and then displays the next menu of the function
table.
6
Press the CAL key to exit the function table. Then the balance
returns to the weighing mode with the unit specified first in step 4.
Notes
When the power is turned on, the scale displays the unit specified first in step 4.
In the weighing mode, to select a unit or mode for weighing, press the MODE key.
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5. WEIGHING
5-1 Basic Operation (Gram Mode)
1
Place a container on the weighing pan, if necessary.
Press the RE-ZERO key to cancel the weight (tare).
The balance displays 0.00 g. (The decimal point position
depends on the balance model.)
2
Place a sample on the pan or in the container.
3
Wait for the stabilization indicator to be displayed. Read the value.
While the stabilization indicator is on, pressing the PRINT key
will output the weight value, using the RS-232C serial interface.
Note
Peripheral equipment, that is sold separately , such as a
printer or a personal computer is required.
4
Remove the sample and container from the pan.
Notes
To use other units, press the MODE key and select an appropriate unit.
Press the SAMPLE key to turn on or off the minimum weighing value.
When the ON:OFF key is pressed with a container placed
on the weighing pan, the balance displays 0.00 g and
weighing is started,
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5-2 Counting Mode (PCS)
This is the mode to determine the number of objects in a sample based on the standard sample unit mass.
Unit mass means the mass of one sample. The smaller the variables in each sample unit mass are, the
more accurate the counting will be. The FZ-i WP series and the FX-i WP series balance is equipped with
the Automatic Counting Accuracy Improvement (ACAI) function to improve the counting accuracy.
Note
If the sample unit mass variable is too large, it may cause a counting error.
Selecting the counting mode
1
Press the
MODE
key to select pcs
1
(counting mode).
Storing a sample unit mass
2
Press the SAMPLE key to enter the sample unit mass
storing mode.
Even in the storing mode, pressing the MODE key will
switch to the next mode.
3
To select the number of samples, press the SAMPLE
several times. It may be set to 5, 10, 25, 50 or 100.
key
Note
A greater number of samples will yield more accurate
counting result.
4
Place a container on the weighing pan, if necessary.
Press the RE-ZERO key to cancel the weight (tare).
The number specified in step 3 appears.
e.g.: 25 0 is displayed if 25 is selected in step 3.
5
Place the number of samples specified on the pan.
In this example, 25 pieces.
6
Wait for the stabilization indicator to come on.
Press the PRINT key to calculate and store the unit mass.
The balance displays 25 pcs (counting mode) and is set to
count samples with this unit mass. (The sample unit mass
stored, even if the AC adapter is removed, is maintained in
non-volatile memory.)
To improve the accuracy of the unit mass, proceed to step 8.
Notes
If the balance judges that the mass of the samples is too
light and is not adequate to be used as the unit mass, it
displays lo . In that case, store the mass by some
quantity. For example, when the model with the minimum
weighing value of 0.01 g is used and 10 pieces of samples
weigh 0.05 g. Store 100 pieces of samples as 10 and multiply
the weighing result by 10.
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If the balance judges that the mass of the samples is too light
to aquire accurate weighing, it displays an error requiring the
addition of more samples to the specified number. In the
example above, 150- PCS appears, requiring 25 more samples.
Add 25 samples and press the PRINT key. When the unit
mass is stored correctly, the balance proceeds to the counting
mode.
Counting operation
7
Place the samples to be counted on the pan.
While the stabilization indicator is on, pressing the PRINT key
will output the weight value, using the RS-232C serial interface.
Note
Peripheral equipment, that is sold separately , such as a
printer or a personal computer is required.
Counting mode using the ACAI function
The ACAI is a function that improves the accuracy of the unit
mass automatically by increasing the number of samples and
averaging the unit mass variable to minimize the weighing error,
as the counting process proceeds.
8
If a few more samples are added, the processing indicator turns on. To prevent an error, add three or
more. The processing indicator does not turn on if overloaded. Try to add the same number of
samples as displayed.
9
The balance re-calculates the unit mass while the processing indicator is blinking. Do not touch the
balance or samples on the pan until the processing indicator turns off.
10 Counting accuracy is improved when the processing indicator turns off.
Each time the above operation is performed, a more accurate unit mass will be obtained. There is
no definite upper limit of ACAI range for the number of samples exceeding 100. Try to add the
same number of samples as displayed.
11 Remove all the samples used in ACAI and proceed with the counting operation using the improved
unit mass.
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5-3 Percent Mode (%)
This is the mode to display the weight value in percentage compared to a 100% reference mass and is
used for target weighing or checking the sample variable.
Selecting the percent mode
1
Press the
MODE
key to select
%
(percent mode).
Storing the 100% reference mass
2
Press the SAMPLE
storing mode.
key to enter the 100% reference mass
Even in the storing mode, pressing the
to the next mode.
MODE
key will switch
3
Place a container on the weighing pan, if necessary.
Press the RE-ZERO key to cancel the weight (tare). The
balance displays 100 0 % .
4
Place the sample to be set as the 100% reference mass on the
pan or in the container.
5
Press the PRINT key to store the reference mass. The
balance displays 100.00 % . (The decimal point position depends
on the reference value. The reference mass stored, even if the
AC adapter is removed, is maintained in non-volatile memory.)
Note
If the balance judges that the mass of the sample is too light to
be used as a reference, it displays lo . Do not use the sample.
6
Remove the sample.
Reading the percentage
7
Place a sample to be compared to the reference mass on the
pan. The displayed percentage is based on the 100% reference
mass.
While the stabilization indicator is on, pressing the PRINT key
will output the weight value, using the RS-232C serial interface.
Note
Peripheral equipment, that is sold separately , such as a
printer or a personal computer is required.
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5-4 Statistical Calculation Mode
The statistical calculation mode statistically calculates the weight data, and displays or outputs the
results. To use the statistical calculation mode, set the "Application function (apf)" parameter of
“Application (ap fnc)” in the function table to “2”, as described below.
Statistical items available are number of data, sum, maximum, minimum, range (maximum-minimum),
average, standard deviation and coefficient of variation. What statistical items to output can be selected
from the three modes in the function table.
The wrong data input can be canceled by the key operation, if immediately after the input.
Turning the balance off will delete the statistical data.
The standard deviation and coefficient of variation are obtained by the equation below:
Standard deviation=
where Xi is the i-th weight data, N is number of data.
Coefficient of variation (CV)=
Standard deviation
Average
x 100 (%)
5-4-1 Getting Started
Switching to the Statistical Function Mode (Changing The Function Table)
1
Press and hold the SAMPLE key until ba5fnc of
the function table is displayed, then release the key.
2
Press the SAMPLE
ap fnc .
3
Press the
PRINT
4
Press the
RE-ZERO
key several times to display
key to display
apf 0 .
key to display
apf 2 .
To select statistical items to output, go to step 5.
To store the statistical function mode setting, go to
step 7.
To disable the statistical calculation mode, press
the RE-ZERO key to select apf 0 .
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Selecting the statistical items to output
SAMPLE
key to display
5taf 0 .
5
Press the
6
Press the RE-ZERO key to select the output items.
In the example, 5taf 1 is selected to output the number of data,
sum, maximum, minimum, range (maximum-minimum) and average.
Parameter
7
Description
0
Number of data, sum
1
Number of data, sum
Maximum, minimum, range (maximum – minimum), average
2
Number of data, sum
Maximum, minimum, range (maximum – minimum), average,
Standard deviation, coefficient of variation
Press the
PRINT
key to store the setting.
Note
The statistical calculation mode will be enabled using
the ON:OFF key or when the power is turned on.
8
Press the
CAL
key to return to the weighing mode.
Selecting the unit
9
Press the MODE key to select the unit to be used for
the statistical calculation mode.
Notes
Selecting the unit using the MODE key is not available after the data
is entered. In this case, clear the data as described on page 24 and
select the unit using the MODE key.
When the unit used for the statistical calculation mode is to be enabled
upon power-on, select the unit in “Unit (Unit)” of the function table
beforehand.
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5-4-2 Using The Statistical Calculation Mode
Entering data for statistical calculation
Use the following keys to operate the statistical calculation mode.
MODE key............ When the data is entered, moves between the displaying items (weighing mode,
statistical results and data operation) each time the key is pressed.
When no data has been entered, selects the unit.
1
SAMPLE key........
Turns the minimum display on or off, in the weighing mode.
RE-ZERO key ......
Sets the display to zero in the weighing mode.
PRINT key............
Outputs the data number and the weight data and includes the weight data to
statistical calculation in the weighing mode. (Output is not in the data format
specified in the function table because of the data number added.)
Outputs the statistical results while the statistical results are displayed. (Output is
not in the data format specified in the function table.)
CAL key................
Returns to the weighing mode.
Press the
2
RE-ZERO
key to set the display to zero.
Place the sample on the weighing pan and wait for the
stabilization indicator to turn on.
3
Press the PRINT key to add the data displayed to statistical
calculation. The number of data on the upper left of the display
increases by 1.
4
Repeat steps 1 to 3 for each weighing.
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Outputting the statistical results
5
Each time the MODE key is pressed, the
display changes: the results as selected in
“Statistical function mode output items
(5taf)”, CanCel and Clear .
Notes
When the number of data is 1, the standard
deviation and coefficient of variation are
displayed as - - - - - - - .
When the average is 0, the coefficient of
variation is displayed as - - - - - - - .
Statistical items are indicated on the upper
left of the display using the following
symbols.
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Symbol
Statistical item
SUM
Sum
MAX
Maximum
MIN
Minimum
R
Range (Maximum – minimum)
AVE
Average
SD
Standard deviation
CV
Coefficient of variation
While the results are displayed, press the PRINT key
to output the results.
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Output example
Deleting the latest data
When the wrong data is entered, it can be deleted and excluded from
statistical calculation. Only the latest data can be deleted.
1
In the weighing mode, press the MODE key, and then press
the SAMPLE key several times to display CanCel .
2
Press the
PRINT
key to display
Can no .
3 Press the RE-ZERO key to display Can go .
4
Press the PRINT key to delete the latest data and exclude it
from statistical calculation.
The number of data decreases by 1 when the balance returns to
the weighing mode.
Clearing the statistical data
All the statistical data will be deleted and the number of data will be 0
(zero).
1
In the weighing mode, press the MODE key, and then press
the SAMPLE key several times to display Clear .
2
Press the
PRINT
3
Press the
RE-ZERO
4
Press the PRINT key to delete the statistical data.
The number of data becomes 0 (zero) when the balance returns to
the weighing mode.
key to display
Clr no .
key to display
Clr go .
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5-5 Statistical Calculation Mode (Example of Use)
Here, as an example of use of the statistical calculation mode, mixing of
the multiple formulae such as medicine is described. The mixing
process is recorded using the balance and the printer.
In the example, the FX-3000i WP and the AD-8121B (dump print mode)
are connected using the RS-232C serial interface.
Press and hold
Press
several times
5-5-1 Getting Started
Changing the function table
Changes :
To enable the statistical calculation mode
To enable “Zero after output”
Enabling the statistical calculation mode
1
Enter the function table menu.
Press and hold the SAMPLE key until ba5fnc
function table is displayed, then release the key.
of the
2
Select the application function.
Press the SAMPLE key several times to display ap fnc .
Then, press the PRINT key to display °apf 0 .
3
Change the application function parameter to “2”.
Press the RE-ZERO key to display apf 2 .
Press the PRINT key to confirm the change.
After end , ba5fnc is displayed.
Press
several times
Enabling “Zero after output”
4
5
Select “Zero after output”.
Press the SAMPLE key several times to display dout .
Then, press the PRINT key to display °prt 0 , and press
the SAMPLE key several times to display °ar-d 0 .
Press
several times
Enable “Zero after output”.
Press the RE-ZERO key to display ar-d 1 .
Then, press the PRINT key to confirm the change. After
end , 5if is displayed.
Returning to the weighing mode
6
Press the
CAL
key to return to the weighing mode.
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Return to the weighing mode
5-5-2 Using The Statistical Calculation Mode
RE-ZERO
key to set the display to zero.
1
Press the
2
Place a container on the weighing pan.
Press the PRINT key to cancel the weight (tare).
The balance displays 0.00 g. (Storing the tare value)
The tare value data is output when the peripheral output
equipment is connected.
3
Weigh formula 1 and press the PRINT key. The
balance displays 0.00 g. (Storing the weight value of
formula 1)
The weight value data is output when the peripheral
output equipment is connected.
4
Weigh formula 2 and press the PRINT key. The
balance displays 0.00 g. (Storing the weight value of
formula 2)
The weight value data is output when the peripheral
output equipment is connected.
5
When there are some more formulae to be added,
repeat step 4.
6
After mixing is complete, press the
display the statistical results.
7
Press the PRINT key to output the number of
data saved including the tare value and the total
weight.
MODE
Output example
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key to
6. RESPONSE ADJUSTMENT
This function stabilizes the weight value, reducing the influence on weighing that is caused by drafts and
vibration at the place where the balance is installed.
The function has three stages as follows and can be changed by simple key operation.
Indicator
FAST
Description
Fast response, but prone to drafts and vibration.
Good for target weighing.
MID.
SLOW
Slow response, but strong against drafts and vibration.
Good for weighing which requires a stable display.
Operation
1
Press and hold the MODE
And then, release the key.
key until RESPONSE is displayed.
2
Press the
MODE
key to select a rate of the response
adjustment. Either FAST, MID. or SLOW can be selected.
3
After a few seconds of inactivity, or when the PRINT key is
pressed, the balance displays eend . Then, it returns to the
weighing mode and displays the updated response indicator. The
response indicator remains displayed for a while.
Note
Setting the response rate automatically changes the “Condition
(Cond)” and “Display refresh rate (5pd)” parameters of “Environment,
Display (ba5fnc)” in the function table, as shown below:
Indicator
FAST
MID.
SLOW
Cond
(Condition)
0
1
2
5pd (Display refresh rate)
2
0
0
When the balance is to be used with other setting combinations, set
each parameter in the function table.
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7. CALIBRATION
7-1 Calibration Mode
The FZ-i WP series and the FX-i WP series balance has the following two modes.
Calibration using the internal mass (One-touch calibration, only for the FZ-i WP series)
Calibration using an external weight
Calibration test using an external weight (Calibration test does not perform calibration.)
Terms
The following terms are defined as follows:
External weight
= A weight that you have. Referred to as a calibration weight when used for calibration.
Calibration weight = A weight used for calibration
Target weight
= An external weight used for calibration test
Caution
Calibration adjusts the balance for accurate weighing.
Besides periodic calibration and before each use, perform calibration when:
The balance is installed for the first time.
The balance has been moved.
The ambient environment has changed.
Do not allow vibration or drafts to affect the balance during calibration.
To output the data for GLP using the RS-232C serial interface, set “GLP output ( info )” of “Data
output ( dout )”. For details, refer to “9. FUNCTION TABLE”.
Calibration test is available only when “GLP output ( info )” of “Data output ( dout )” is set to “1” or “2”.
Caution on using an external weight
The accuracy of an external weight will influence the accuracy of weighing. Select an appropriate
weight as listed below:
Model
Usable calibration weight
Adjustable range
FZ-120i WP
FX-120i WP
100 g,
50 g
FZ-200i WP
FX-200i WP
200 g,
100 g
FZ-300i WP
FX-300i WP
300 g,
200 g,
FZ-1200i WP
FX-1200i WP
1000 g,
500 g
FZ-2000i WP
FX-2000i WP
2000 g,
1000 g
FZ-3000i WP
FX-3000i WP
3000 g,
2000 g,
-0.050 g to +0.050 g
100 g
-0.50 g
to +0.50 g
1000 g
The calibration weight in bold Italic type: factory setting
The calibration weight value can be adjusted within the range above.
Display
This indicator means “the balance is measuring calibration data”.
Do not allow vibration or drafts to affect the balance while this
indicator is displayed.
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7-2 Calibration Using the Internal mass (One-Touch Calibration, only for FZ-iWP series)
This function calibrates the balance using the internal mass.
The only operation required is to press the CAL key
Operation
1
Connect the AC adapter and warm up the balance for at least 30 minutes with nothing on the
weighing pan.
2
After carefully installing the small breeze break, press the
3
The balance displays Calin and performs calibration using the internal mass. Do not allow
vibration or drafts to affect the balance.
4
The balance displays end after calibration. If the “GLP output (info)” parameter of the function
table is set to “1” or “2”, the balance displays glp and outputs “Calibration Report” using the
RS-232C interface or stores the data in memory. For details on the calibration report format, refer to
“10-2 GLP Report”.
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The balance will automatically return to the weighing mode after calibration.
About the internal mass
CAL
key.
The mass of the internal mass may change due to corrosion or other damage caused by the operating
environment, or due to aging. Check the internal mass periodically. Correct the internal mass value as
necessary. For details, refer to “Correcting the internal mass value” of an additional manual.
To maintain the weighing accuracy, perform the calibration using an external weight periodically, as
described below.
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7-3 Calibration Using an External Weight
This function calibrates the balance using an external weight.
Operation
1
Connect the AC adapter and warm up the balance for
at least 30 minutes with nothing on the pan.
2
Press and hold the CAL key until
displayed, and then release the key.
3
The balance displays
Cal
Calout
Press and
hold the key
is
0.
Release
the key
If you want to change the calibration weight (a list of
usable weights is shown on page 28),
press the SAMPLE key and proceed to step 4.
If you use the calibration weight value stored in the
balance, proceed to step 5.
4
Specify the calibration weight value as follows:
SAMPLE key
To switch the display condition to:
“All of the segments blinking”
(calibration weight selection mode) or
“The last two digits blinking” (value
adjustment mode).
RE-ZERO key
(To increase the value)
MODE key
(To decrease the value)
To select the calibration weight or
adjust the value.
PRINT key
To store the new weight value. Even
if the AC adapter is removed, the
data is maintained in non-volatile
memory.
CAL key
To cancel the operation and return to
_Cal 0 .
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Select a
weight
e.g. Calibration
weight value
1000.12 g
To next page
5
Confirm that there is nothing on the pan and press the
PRINT key. The balance measures the zero point.
Do not allow vibration or drafts to affect the balance.
The balance displays the calibration weight value.
6
Place the displayed calibration weight on the
pan and press the PRINT key. The balance
measures the calibration weight. Do not allow
vibration or drafts to affect the balance.
7
The balance displays
weight from the pan.
end . Remove the
8
When the GLP output is set, the balance displays
glp and outputs “Calibration Report”.
9
The balance will automatically return to the
weighing mode.
10 Place the calibration weight on the pan and
confirm that the value displayed is within ±2 digits
of the specified value. If it is not within the range,
check the ambient conditions such as breeze and
vibration, also check the weighing pan. Then,
repeat steps 1 to 9.
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7-4 Calibration Test Using an External Weight
This function tests the balance weighing accuracy using an external weight and outputs the result. This
is available only when the “GLP output (info)” parameter is set to “1” or “2”. (Calibration test does not
perform calibration.)
Operation
1
Connect the AC adapter and warm up the balance
for at least 30 minutes with nothing on the pan.
2
Press and hold the CAL key until
displayed, and then release the key.
3
The balance displays CC 0 .
If you want to change the target weight (a list of
usable weights is shown on page 28), press the
SAMPLE key and proceed to step 4.
If you use the target weight value stored in the
balance, proceed to step 5.
4
Specify the target weight value as follows:
SAMPLE key To switch the display condition to:
“All of the segments blinking”
(target weight selection mode) or
“The last two digits blinking”
(value adjustment mode).
RE-ZERO
CCout
is
key (To increase the value)
MODE
key
(To decrease the value)
To select the target weight or
adjust the value.
PRINT
key
To store the new weight value.
Even if the AC adapter is
removed, the data is maintained
in non-volatile memory.
CAL
key
To cancel the operation and
return to CC 0 .
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5 Confirm that there is nothing on the pan and press the
PRINT key. The balance measures the zero point
and displays the measured value. Do not allow
vibration or drafts to affect the balance.
The balance displays the target weight value.
6 Place the displayed target weight on the pan and press
the PRINT key. The balance measures the target
weight and displays the measured value. Do not allow
vibration or drafts to affect the balance.
7 The balance displays
the pan.
Target weight
end . Remove the weight from
8 When the GLP output is set, the balance displays
glp1 and outputs “Calibration Test Report”.
9 The balance will automatically return to the weighing
mode.
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GLP output
8. FUNCTION SWITCH AND INITIALIZATION
8-1 Permit or Inhibit
The balance stores parameters that must not be changed unintentionally. There are two switches for the
purpose of protecting these parameters. Each switch can select either “permit” or “inhibit”. The “inhibit”
protects parameters against unintentional operations.
Switches (FZ-i WP series)
(The display shown left indicates the factory settings.)
Function table
0 To
1 To
inhibit changes to the function table
permit changes to the function table
Calibration using the internal mass (One-touch calibration)
0 To inhibit calibration using the internal mass
1 To permit calibration using the internal mass
Calibration using an external weight
0 To
1 To
inhibit calibration using an external weight
permit calibration using an external weight
Not used
Internal mass correction
0 To
1 To
inhibit correction
permit correction
Switches (FX-i WP series)
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Operation
1
Press the
ON:OFF
2
While pressing and holding the PRINT key and the
ON:OFF key. The balance displays p5 .
3
Press the
4
Set the switches using the following keys.
PRINT
SAMPLE
key to turn off the display.
key
To select the switch to change the parameter.
To change the parameter of the switch selected.
0: To inhibit changes.
PRINT
CAL
key, press the
key. Then the balance displays the function switches.
key
RE-ZERO
SAMPLE
key
1: To permit changes
To store the new parameter and return to the weighing mode.
To cancel the operation ( Clr is displayed.) To return to the weighing
mode, press the CAL key once again.
key
8-2 Initializing the Balance
This function returns the following parameters to factory settings.
Calibration data
Function table
The sample unit mass value (counting mode), 100%
reference mass value (percent mode)
External calibration weight
Function switch settings
Statistical data
Note
Be sure to calibrate the balance after initialization.
Operation
1 Press the
2
3
4
5
6
ON:OFF
key to turn off the display.
While pressing and holding the PRINT key and the
SAMPLE key, press the ON:OFF key.
The balance displays p5 .
Press the
SAMPLE
key to display
Press the PRINT key.
To cancel this operation, press the
Press the
RE-ZERO
Clr .
CAL
key.
key.
Press the PRINT key to initialize the balance.
The balance will automatically return to the weighing mode.
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With these keys
held down
Press the key
9. FUNCTION TABLE
The function table reads or rewrites the parameters that are stored in the balance. These parameters
stored, even if the AC adapter is removed, are maintained in non-volatile memory.
9-1 Structure and Sequence of the Function Table
The function table menu consists of two layers. The first layer is the “Class” and the second layer is the
“Item”. Each item stores a parameter.
Example
This example sets “Auto print mode A” for “Data output mode” and “100 digits” for “Auto print difference”.
Start, From weighing mode
Press and hold
Item
"Data output mode"
Parameter
"Auto print mode A"
Press
several
times
Press one time
Class
Item
Press two times
Parameter
"100 digits"
Press one time
Item
"Auto print difference"
End, To weighing mode
9-2 Display and Keys
Display/Key
Description
The symbol “ ” indicates that the parameter displayed is in effect.
When pressed and held in the weighing mode, enters the function table mode.
Selects the class or item in the function table mode.
Changes the parameter.
When a class is displayed, moves to an item in the class.
When an item is displayed, stores the new parameter and displays the next class.
When an item is displayed, cancels the new parameter and displays the next class.
When a class is displayed, exits the function table mode and returns to the weighing
mode.
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9-3 Details of the Function Table
Class
Item and Parameter
Cond
Condition
5t-b
Stability band width
Hold
Hold function
trc
Zero tracking
ba5fnc
Environment
5pd
Display
Display refresh rate
pnt
Decimal point
p-on
Auto display-ON
poff
Auto display-OFF
rng
Display at start
beep
Beep
Cp
Comparator mode
Cp fnc
bepComparator
LO buzzer
bepOK buzzer
bepHI buzzer
Cp Hi
Upper limit
Cp lo
Lower limit
Description
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
0
1
0
1
0
1
Fast response, sensitive value FAST
Slow response, stable value
Stable range is ±1 digit
Stable range is ±3 digits
OFF
ON
With “Hold 1”, sets the averaging
MID. time.
SLOW
The stabilization indicator illuminates
when the display fluctuation is
within the range. With “Hold 1”,
sets the stabilization range.
Holds the display when stable in animal
mode. With “Hold 1”, ANIMAL turns
on.
OFF
Normal
Strong
Very strong
5 times/second
10 times/second
20 times/second
Point (.)
Comma (,)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON (10 minutes)
Displays
Does not display
Does not sound
Sounds
No comparison
Keeps zero display by tracking zero
drift.
Period to refresh the display
Decimal point format
Turns on the weighing mode display
when the AC adapter is connected.
Turns off the display after 10 minutes
of inactivity.
Select whether or not to display the
minimum weighing value at weighing
start.
Select whether or not to sound the
beep when operating on keys.
Comparison, excluding "near zero" when stable value or overloaded
Comparison, including "near zero" when stable value or overloaded
Continuous comparison, excluding "near zero"
Continuous comparison, including "near zero"
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Refer to “9-9 Comparator Function”.
: Factory settings. Digit is a unit of minimum weighing value
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Class
Item and Parameter
Description
0
3
Auto print mode A
(Reference = zero)
Auto print mode B
(Reference = last stable value)
Stream mode
4
Key mode B (Immediately)
5
Key mode C (When stable)
6
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Interval output mode
Plus only
Minus only
Both
10 digits
100 digits
1000 digits
Every measurement
2 seconds
5 seconds
10 seconds
30 seconds
1 minute
2 minute
7
5 minute
8
10 minute
1
prt
Data output mode
ap-p
Auto print polarity
dout
Data output
ap-b
Auto print difference
int
Interval time
pU5e
Data output pause
at-f
Auto feed
info
GLP output
ar-d
Zero after output
Key mode
2
Accepts the PRINT key only
when the display is stable.
Outputs data when the display is
stable and conditions of ap-p, ap-b
and the reference value are met.
Outputs data continuously.
Accepts the PRINT key
regardless of the display condition.
Accepts the PRINT key
immediately when the display is
stable, or waits for the display to be
stable when not.
Uses interval output mode.
Displayed value>Reference
Displayed value<Reference
Regardless of displayed value
Difference between reference value
and displayed value
Interval time for the interval output
mode
(With prt 6)
0 No pause
Selects the data output interval.
1 Pause (1.6 seconds)
0 Not used
Selects whether or not automatic
feed is performed.
1 Used
0 No output
Selects GLP output method.
1 AD-8121 format
2 General data format
0 Not used
Adjusts zero automatically after data
is output
1 Used
Factory settings. Digit is a unit of minimum weighing value
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Class
Item and Parameter
bp5
Baud rate
btpr
Data bit, parity bit
5if
Serial
interface
Crlf
Terminator
type
Data format
t-Up
Timeout
erCd
AK, Error code
mltMLT
Programmable-unit (Multi-unit)
Unit
Unit
id
ID number
apf
Application function
ap fnc
Application
5taf
Statistical function
mode output items
Description
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
0
1
600 bps
1200 bps
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
7 bits, even
7 bits, odd
8 bits, none
CR LF
CR
A&D standard format
DP format
KF format
MT format
NU format
CSV format
No limit
1 second
No output
Output
Sets an arbitrary coefficient.
CR: ASCII code 0Dh
LF: ASCII code 0Ah
Refer to “9-6 Description of the Item
“Data Format””.
Selects the wait time to receive a
command.
AK:ASCII code 06h
Available only when programmableunit mode is selected.
Refer to “4. WEIGHING UNITS”.
Refer to “10. ID NUMBER AND GLP REPORT”
0
1
2
0
1
2
Normal weighing mode
Capacity indicator
Statistical calculation mode
Number of data, sum
Number of data, sum, maximum,
minimum, average, range
(maximum-minimum)
Number of data, sum, maximum,
minimum, average, range
(maximum-minimum), standard
deviation, coefficient of variation
: Factory settings.
Caution
The balance may not transmit the data completely at the specified refresh rate, depending on the
baud rate.
When a refresh rate of 20 times/second is used, set the baud rate to 4800 bps or higher.
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9-4 Description of the Class “Environment, Display”
Condition (
Cond 0
Cond 2
Cond )
This parameter is for sensitive response to the fluctuation of a weight value. Used for
powder target weighing, weighing a very light sample or when quick response weighing is
required.
After setting, the balance displays FAST.
This parameter is for stable weighing with slow response. Used to prevent a weight value
from drifting due to vibration or drafts.
After setting, the balance displays SLOW.
Note
With “Hold function (Hold)” set to “ON (1)”, this item is used to set the averaging time.
Stability band width ( 5t-b )
This item controls the width to regard a weight value as a stable value. When the fluctuation per second
is less than the parameter, the balance displays the stabilization indicator and outputs the data. The
parameter influences the “Auto print mode”
5t-b 0
This parameter is for sensitive response of the stabilization indicator. Used for exact
weighing.
5t-b 2
This parameter ignores slight fluctuation of a weight value. Used to prevent a weight value
from drifting due to vibration or drafts.
Note
With “Hold function (Hold)” set to “ON (1)”, this item is used to set the stabilization
range.
Hold function ( Hold ) (Animal weighing mode)
This function is used to weigh a moving object such as an animal.
When the weight data is over the weighing range from zero and the display fluctuation is within the
stabilization range for a fixed period of averaging time, the processing indicator illuminates and the
balance displays the average weight of the animal. When the animal is removed from the weighing pan,
the display returns to zero automatically.
This function is available only when the hold function parameter is set to “1” (the animal mode indicator
ANIMAL illuminates) and any weighing unit other than the counting mode is selected.
The stabilization range and averaging time are set in “Condition (Cond)” and “Stability band width (5t-b)”.
Weighing range
FZ-120 i WP
FZ-200 i WP
FZ-300 i WP
FX-120 i WP
FX-200 i WP
FX-300 i WP
FZ-1200 i WP
FZ-2000 i WP
FZ-3000 i WP
FX-1200 i WP
FX-2000 i WP
FX-3000 i WP
Averaging time
0.200 g or over
Cond 0
Cond 1
Cond 2
2 seconds
Faster
4 seconds
8 seconds More accurate
2.00 g or over
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Stabilization range
5t-b 0
Lesser
5t-b 1
5t-b 2
Greater
Zero tracking ( trc )
This function tracks zero point drift caused by changes in the environment and stabilizes the zero point.
When the weight data is only a few digits, turn the function off for accurate weighing.
Note
Digit, when used for the FX-i WP series balance, indicates a unit of minimum weighing value.
trc 0
The tracking function is not used. Used for weighing a very light sample.
trc 1
The tracking function is used. Normal zero tracking.
trc 2
The tracking function is used. Strong zero tracking.
trc 3
The tracking function is used. Very strong zero tracking.
Display refresh rate ( 5pd )
Period to refresh the display. This parameter influences “Stream mode” along with “Baud rate” and “Data
output pause”
Note
This item is selected automatically when the response rate is changed.
Decimal point ( pnt )
The decimal point format can be selected.
Auto display-ON ( p-on )
When the AC adapter is connected, the display is automatically turned on in the weighing mode, without
the ON:OFF key operation. Used when the balance is built into an automated system. 30-minute warm
up is necessary for accurate weighing.
Auto display-OFF ( poff )
When the AC adapter is connected and no operation is performed (inactivity state) for 10 minutes, the
display is automatically turned off and the standby indicator is illuminated.
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9-5 Description of the Item “Data Output Mode”
The parameter setting of the “Data output mode ( prt )” applies to the performance when the data is
transmitted using the RS-232C serial interface.
Key mode
When the PRINT key is pressed with the stabilization indictor turned on, the balance outputs the
weight data and the display blinks one time.
Required setting
dout
prt 0
Key mode
Auto print modes A and B
When the displayed value is stable and the conditions of “Auto print polarity”, “Auto print difference” and
reference value are met, the balance outputs the weight data.
When the PRINT key is pressed with the stabilization indictor turned on, the balance outputs the data
and the display blinks one time.
Mode A: Required setting
dout
prt 1
Auto print mode A (reference = zero)
dout
ap-p
Auto print polarity
dout
ap-b
Auto print difference
Example
“For outputting the weight value each time a sample is added, with
“ar-d” set to “1” (to adjust zero after the data is output).”
Mode B: Required setting
Example
dout
prt 2
Auto print mode B (reference = last stable value)
dout
ap-p
Auto print polarity
dout
ap-b
Auto print difference
“For outputting the weight value while a sample is added.”
Stream mode
The balance outputs the weight data continuously regardless of the display condition. The display does
not blink in this mode.
Required setting
dout
prt 3
Stream mode
ba5fnc
5pd
Display refresh rate
5if
bp5
Baud rate
Example
“For monitoring data on a computer”
Caution
The balance may not transmit the data completely at the specified refresh rate and baud rate. Set
the baud rate higher.
Key mode B
When the PRINT key is pressed, the balance outputs the weight data, regardless of the display
condition. The display does not blink in this mode.
Key mode C
When the PRINT key is pressed with the stabilization indictor turned on, the balance outputs the
weight data. When the stabilization indicator is not on, the balance waits for the indicator to turn on and
outputs the data. The balance blinks one time in this mode.
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Interval output mode
The weight data is periodically output.
When the PRINT key is pressed, the balance starts to output the weight data at a preset interval time.
When the PRINT key is pressed again, the balance stops outputting the weight data.
Required setting
dout
prt 6
Interval output mode
Example
dout
int
Interval time
“For outputting the weight data periodically."
Caution
The balance may not transmit the data completely at the specified interval times and baud rate.
Set the baud rate higher.
9-6 Description of the Item “Data Format”
A&D standard format
5if type 0
This format is used when the peripheral equipment can receive the A&D format. If an AD-8121B is used,
set the printer to MODE 1 or 2.
This format consists of fifteen characters excluding the terminator.
A header of two characters indicates the balance condition.
The polarity sign is placed before the data with the leading zeros. If the data is zero, the plus sign is used.
The unit, consisting of three characters, follows the data.
DP (Dump print) format 5if type 1
This format is used when the peripheral equipment can not receive the A&D format. If an AD-8121B is
used, set the printer to MODE 3.
This format consists of sixteen characters excluding the terminator.
A header of two characters indicates the balance condition. No overload header is used.
The polarity sign is placed before the data, with spaces in place of leading zeros, if the data is not
zero or overloaded.
The unit, consisting of three characters, follows the data.
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KF format
5if type 2
This is the Karl-Fischer moisture meter format and is used when the peripheral equipment can only
communicate using this format.
This format consists of fourteen characters excluding the terminator.
This format has no header characters.
The polarity sign is placed before the data, with spaces in place of leading zeros, if the data is not
zero or overloaded.
This format outputs the unit only for a stable value.
MT format 5if type 3
A header of two characters indicates the balance condition.
The polarity sign is used only for negative data.
The weight data uses spaces in place of the leading zeros.
The character length of this format changes dependent upon the unit
NU (numerical) format
5if type 4
This format outputs only numerical data.
This format consists of nine characters excluding the terminator.
The polarity sign is placed before the data with the leading zeros. If the data is zero, the plus sign is used.
CSV format 5if type 5
Separates the data of A&D standard format and the unit by a comma (,).
Outputs the unit even when the data is overloaded.
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9-7 Data Format Examples
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Note
When “Pound Ounce” is selected, the data is output with the unit of ounce (oz).
9-8 Description of the Item “Application Function”
Capacity indicator ( apf 1)
In the weighing mode, the indicator displays the weight data relative to the weighing capacity in
percentage. (Zero = 0%, maximum capacity = 100%)
Statistical calculation mode ( apf 2)
The mode statistically calculates the weight data, and displays or outputs the results. For details, refer to
“5-4 Statistical Calculation Mode”.
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9-9 Comparator Function
The results of the comparison are indicated by HI OK LO on the display.
Operating conditions:
No comparison
Comparison when the weight data is stable or overloaded, excluding “near zero”
Comparison when the weight data is stable or overloaded, including “near zero”
Continuous comparison, excluding “near zero”
Continuous comparison, including “near zero”
Upper limit value and lower limit value
To compare, use:
Digital input
Input method:
Note
"Near zero" means that the weight value is within ±10 digits of the minimum weighing value.
For example, using a FX-3000i WP in gram mode, the range of ±0.10 g is “near zero”.
For the description of “Comparator (Cp fnc)”, refer to “9-3 Details of the Function Table”.
Setting example
(Continuous comparison, excluding “near zero”, upper limit and lower limit values, digital input)
Selecting a comparator mode
1 Press and hold the SAMPLE key until
2
Press the
SAMPLE
3
Press the
PRINT
4
Press the
RE-ZERO
5
Press the
PRINT
ba5fnc
of the function table is displayed.
key several times to display
Cp fnc .
key.
key several times to display
Cp 3 .
key to store the selected mode.
Entering the upper limit value
6 With Cp Hi displayed, press the PRINT key. The current setting of the upper limit value is
displayed with all the digits blinking.
When the current setting is not to be changed, press the PRINT or CAL key to proceed to step 7.
When the current setting is to be changed, press the RE-ZERO key. Change the setting using the
following keys.
SAMPLE key
To select the digit to change the value.
RE-ZERO key
To change the value of the digit selected.
MODE key
To switch the polarity.
PRINT key
To store the new setting and go to step 7.
CAL key
To cancel the new setting and go to step 7.
Entering the lower limit value
7
With Cp lo displayed, press the PRINT key. The current setting of the lower limit value is
displayed with all the digits blinking.
When the current setting is not to be changed, press the PRINT or CAL key to proceed to step 8.
When the current setting is to be changed, press the RE-ZERO key. Change the setting using the
following keys.
SAMPLE key
To select the digit to change the value.
RE-ZERO key
To change the value of the digit selected.
MODE key
To switch the polarity.
PRINT key
To store the new setting and go to step 8.
CAL key
To cancel the new setting and go to step 8.
8
Press the CAL key to exit the comparator function and return to the weighing mode.
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9-10 Clock and Calendar Function
The balance is equipped with a clock and calendar function. When the “GLP output (info)” parameter is
set to “1” or “2” and the “Time/Date output (5-td)” parameter is set to “1”, “2” or “3”, the time and date are
added to the output data. Set or confirm the time and date as follows:
Operation
1
2
3
Press and hold the SAMPLE key until ba5fnc of the function table is displayed.
Press the SAMPLE key several times to display Cl adj .
Press the PRINT key. The balance enters the mode to confirm or set the time and date.
Confirming the date
4 The current date is displayed with all the digits blinking.
When the date is correct and the operation is to be finished, press the CAL key and proceed to step 8.
When the time is to be confirmed again, press the SAMPLE key and go back to step 4.
When the date is not correct and is to be changed, press the RE-ZERO key and proceed to step 7.
Note
The year is expressed using a two-digit format. For example, the year 2000 is expressed as “00”.
Setting the date (with part of the digits blinking)
5 Set the Year, Month and Date using the following keys.
SAMPLE key To select the digits to change the value.
The selected digits blink.
RE-ZERO key To increase the value by one.
MODE key
To decrease the value by one.
PRINT key
To store the new setting, display
end and go to step 6.
CAL key
To cancel the new setting and go to step 6.
In data setting mode
Month Date Year
Confirming the time
6 The current time is displayed with all the digits blinking.
Confirm
When the time is correct and the date does not need to be
confirmed, press the CAL key and proceed to step 8.
When the time is correct and the date is to be confirmed,
press the SAMPLE key and proceed to step 4.
To Hour & Minute
When the time is not correct and is to be changed,
To Month Date Year
press the RE-ZERO key and proceed to step 7.
Setting the time (with part of the digits blinking)
7 Set the Hour and Minute in 24-hour format using the following keys.
SAMPLE key To select the digits to change the value.
The selected digits blink.
Hour & Minute
RE-ZERO key To increase the value by one.
MODE key
To decrease the value by one.
PRINT key
To store the new setting, display
end and go to step 8.
CAL key
To cancel the new setting and go to step 8.
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Confirm
Quitting the operation
8 The balance displays the next menu of the function table.
Press the CAL key to exit the clock and calendar function
and return to the weighing mode.
Notes
Do not enter invalid values such as a non-existing date when setting the time and date.
When the clock backup battery has been depleted, the balance displays rtc pf . Under
this condition, press any key and set the time and date. The dead battery only affects the
clock and calendar function. Even so, the function works normally as long as the AC adapter
is connected to the balance.
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10. ID NUMBER AND GLP REPORT
The ID number is used to identify the balance when Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) is used.
The ID number is maintained in non-volatile memory even if the AC adapter is removed.
The GLP output format is selected at “GLP output (info)” of the function table and can be output to a
personal computer or printer using the RS-232C serial interface.
The GLP output format includes the balance manufacturer, model, serial number, ID number and space
for signature for weight data, and the weight used and results for calibration or calibration test data.
When the AD-8121B is used, the date and time can be printed using the AD-8121B clock and
calendar function. In this case, set the “GLP output ( info )” parameter to “1”.
The balance can output the following reports for GLP.
“Calibration report” of the calibration, using an external weight.
“Calibration test report” of the calibration test, using an external weight.
“Title block” and “End block” for the weight data.
10-1 Setting the ID Number
1
Press and hold the
2
Press the
3
Press the PRINT
SAMPLE key
RE-ZERO key
SAMPLE
PRINT key
CAL key
SAMPLE
key until
ba5fnc
of the function table is displayed.
key several times to display id .
key. Set the ID number using the following keys.
To select the digit to change the value.
To set the character of the digit selected. Refer to the display character set
shown below.
To store the new ID number and display ap fnc
To cancel the new ID number and display ap fnc
4 Press the CAL key to return to the weighing mode.
Display character set
10-2 GLP Report
Set the following parameters to output the report.
To print the report, set the “GLP output ( info )” parameter to “1” and use MODE 3 of the AD-8121B.
For details on using the printer, refer to “14-1 Connection to the AD-8121B Printer”.
If the time and date are not correct, adjust the AD-8121B clock and calendar.
To output the report to a personal computer using the RS-232C serial interface, set the “GLP output
( info )” parameter to “2”.
Note
For operational details about calibration and calibration test, refer to “7. CALIBRATION”.
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Calibration report using an external weight
When the setting is “info 1”:
When the setting is “info 2”:
AD-8121 format
General data format
A & D
MODEL
FX-3000i
S/N
01234567
ID
ABCDEFG
DATE
2006/02/06
TIME
12:23:34
CALIBRATED(EXT.)
CAL.WEIGHT
+2000.00 g
SIGNATURE
Manufacturer
Model
Serial number
ID number
Date
Time
Calibration type
Calibration weight
Signature
Space, ASCII 20h
<TERM> Terminator, CR , LF or CR
A & D<TERM>
MODEL
FX-3000i<TERM>
S/N
01234567<TERM>
ID
ABCDEFG<TERM>
DATE<TERM>
<TERM>
TIME<TERM>
<TERM>
CALIBRATED(EXT.)<TERM>
CAL.WEIGHT<TERM>
+2000.00 g<TERM>
SIGNATURE<TERM>
<TERM>
<TERM>
----------------<TERM>
<TERM>
<TERM>
CR Carriage return, ASCII 0Dh
LF Line feed, ASCII 0Ah
Calibration test report using an external weight
(Calibration test does not perform calibration.)
When the setting is “info 1”:
When the setting is “info 2”:
AD-8121 format
General data format
A & D
MODEL
FX-3000i
S/N
01234567
ID
ABCDEFG
DATE
2006/02/06
TIME
12:23:34
CAL.TEST(EXT.)
ACTUAL
0.00 g
+1999.99 g
TARGET
+2000.00 g
SIGNATURE
Manufacturer
Model
Serial number
ID number
Date
Time
Calibration test type
Zero point value
Target weight value
Target weight
Signature
Space, ASCII 20h
<TERM> Terminator, CR , LF or CR
CR Carriage return, ASCII 0Dh
LF Line feed, ASCII 0Ah
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A & D<TERM>
MODEL
FX-3000i<TERM>
S/N
01234567<TERM>
ID
ABCDEFG<TERM>
DATE<TERM>
<TERM>
TIME<TERM>
<TERM>
CAL.TEST(EXT.)<TERM>
ACTUAL<TERM>
0.00 g<TERM>
+1999.99 g<TERM>
TARGET<TERM>
+2000.00 g<TERM>
SIGNATURE<TERM>
<TERM>
<TERM>
----------------<TERM>
<TERM>
<TERM>
Title block and end block
When a weight value is recorded as the GLP data, “Title block” and “End block” are inserted at the
beginning and at the end of a group of weight values, in the GLP report.
Note
To output the report to an AD-8121B , use MODE 3 of the AD-8121B.
Operation
With the weight data displayed, press and hold the
The “Title block” is output.
2
The weight data is output according to the parameter setting of the data output mode.
3
Press and hold the
PRINT
key until
recend
When the setting is “info 1”:
AD-8121 format
MODEL
S/N
ID
DATE
START
TIME
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
g
g
g
g
g
g
g
g
is displayed. The “End block” is output.
General data format
Manufacturer
Model
Serial number
ID number
Date
Time
12:23:34
+1234.56
+1234.61
+1234.62
+1234.61
+1234.61
+1234.53
+1234.71
+1234.64
is displayed.
When the setting is “info 2”:
Title block
A & D
FX-3000i
01234567
ABCDEFG
2006/02/06
PRINT
key until S5tart
1
Weight data
END
TIME
12:34:56
SIGNATURE
Time
Signature
End block
Space, ASCII 20h
<TERM> Terminator, CR , LF or CR
CR Carriage return, ASCII 0Dh
LF Line feed, ASCII 0Ah
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A & D<TERM>
MODEL
FX-3000i<TERM>
S/N
01234567<TERM>
ID
ABCDEFG<TERM>
DATE<TERM>
<TERM>
START<TERM>
TIME<TERM>
<TERM>
WT
+1234.56 g<TERM>>
WT
+1234.61 g<TERM>
WT
+1234.62 g<TERM>
WT
+1234.63 g<TERM>
WT
+1234.51 g<TERM>
WT
+1234.53 g<TERM>>
WT
+1234.71 g<TERM>
WT
+1234.64 g<TERM>
<TERM>
END<TERM>
TIME<TERM>
<TERM>
SIGNATURE<TERM>
<TERM>
<TERM>
----------------<TERM>
<TERM>
<TERM>
11. UNDERHOOK
The underhook can be used for magnetic materials or density measurement. The built-in underhook is
revealed by removing the plastic cap on the bottom of the balance.
Use the underhook as shown below.
Bottom of the balance
Underhook
Cap
Caution
Do not apply excessive force to the underhook.
When the underhook is not in use, attach the plastic cap to prevent dust from getting into the
balance.
The cap was sealed to the bottom of the balance using a special adhesives to be dust-tight
and protected against water jets. The balance does not comply with IP65 once the cap has
been removed, .
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12. PROGRAMMABLE-UNIT
This is a programmable unit conversion function. It multiplies the weight data in grams by an arbitrary
coefficient set in the function table and displays the result.
The coefficient must be within the range between the minimum and maximum shown below. If the
coefficient set is beyond the range, an error is displayed and the balance returns to the coefficient setting
mode, prompting to enter an appropriate value. A coefficient of 1 was set at the factory.
Model
Minimum coefficient
FZ-120i WP
FX-120i WP
FZ-200i WP
FX-200i WP
FZ-300i WP
FX-300i WP
FZ-1200i WP
FX-1200i WP
FZ-2000i WP
FX-2000i WP
FZ-3000i WP
FX-3000i WP
Operation
1
Press and hold the
SAMPLE
2
Press the
SAMPLE
3
Press the
PRINT
key until
Maximum coefficient
1000
0.000001
100
ba5fnc
key several times to display
of the function table is displayed.
mlt
.
key. The balance enters the mode to confirm or set the coefficient.
Confirming the coefficient
4 The current coefficient is displayed with the first digit blinking.
When it is not to be changed, press the CAL key and proceed to step 6.
When it is to be changed, press the RE-ZERO key and proceed to step 5.
Setting the coefficient
5 Set the coefficient using the following keys.
SAMPLE key To select a digit to change the value.
The selected digit blinks.
RE-ZERO key To change the value.
MODE key
To change the decimal point position.
Each time the switch is pressed, the decimal
point position changes as follows:
0.000001
PRINT key
CAL key
00.00001 ... 000000.1
0000001
To store the new setting, display end and go to step 6.
To cancel the new setting and go to step 6.
Quitting the operation
6 The balance displays Unit . Press the CAL key to exit the
programmable-unit function and return to the weighing mode.
Using the function
Press the MODE key to select the programmable-unit (no display on the unit section). Perform
weighing as described in “5-1 Basic Operation (Gram Mode)”. After weighing, the balance displays
the result (weight data in grams X coefficient).
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13. RS-232C SERIAL INTERFACE
The balance is a Data Communication Equipment (DCE) device. Connect the balance to a personal
computer (DTE) using a straight through cable.
Transmission system :
Transmission form :
Transmission rate
:
rate)
Data format
:
EIA RS-232C (D-Sub 9-pin, female connector)
Asynchronous, bi-directional, half duplex
20 times/second, 10 times/second or 5 times/second (same as data refresh
Baud rate
Data bits
Parity
: 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 bps
: 7 or 8 bits
: Even, Odd (Data bits 7 bits)
None
(Data bits 8 bits)
Stop bit
: 1 bit
RS-232C
Code
: ASCII
-5V to -15V
1
LSB
MSB
0 1 2 3 4 5 6
0 +5V to +15V
Data bits
Start bit
Stop bit
Parity bit
D-Sub 9-pin assignments
Pin No.
Signal name
Direction
Description
1
-
-
No connection
2
TXD
Output
Transmit data
3
RXD
Input
Receive data
4
-
-
No connection
5
SG
-
Signal ground
6
DSR
Output
Data set ready
7
RTS
Input
8
CTS
Output
Clear to send
9
-
-
No connection
Request to send
9 8 7 6
#4-40UNC
5 4 3 2 1
Signal names of the balance side are the same as the DTE side with TXD and RXD reversed.
Balance side
DCE
Computer side
DTE
TXD 2
RXD
RXD 3
TXD
RTS 7
RTS
CTS 8
Approx.5V
CTS
DSR 6
SG
DSR
5
SG
Terminals sample
Inside of balance
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14. CONNECTION TO PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
14-1 Connection to the AD-8121B Printer
Set the following parameters to use the AD-8121B printer.
Example of use
AD-8121B mode setting
To print A&D standard format weight data, using the FX-i WP PRINT key
or FX-i WP auto print mode. (The time and date can be added.)
MODE 1
To print A&D standard format weight data, using the AD-8121B DATA key
or AD-8121B built-in timer. (The time and date can be added.)
To print, using the AD-8121B chart printing function.
MODE 2
To print the FX-i WP statistical data.
MODE 3
To print GLP output.
MODE 3
Class
dout
Data output
5if
Serial interface
Item and
Parameter
Factory
settings
AD-8121B
MODE 1
AD-8121B
MODE 2
AD-8121B
MODE 3
prt
Data output mode
0
0,1,2,4,5 *1
3
0,1,2,4,5 *1
pU5e
Data output pause
0
0
0
0,1 *2
bp5
Baud rate
2
2
2
2
btpr
Data bit, parity bit
0
0
0
0
Crlf
Terminator
0
0
0
0
type
Data format
0
0
0
1
*1 Set appropriate parameters for “ap-p (Auto print polarity)” and “ap-b (Auto print difference) “ when
auto print mode A or B (prt 1 or 2) is selected.
Set the AD-8121B DIP switch No.3 to ON when unstable data is printed with “prt 4“.
*2 Set 1 when multiple lines are printed in the FX-i WP statistical calculation mode.
Notes
Refer to "10-2 GLP Report" for print samples.
Settings of AD-8121B DIP switches
AD-8121B DIP switch
Print at receiving data.
Standard mode, statistical calculation mode
ON
Print by the AD-8121B DATA key operation or AD-8121B built-in timer.
Standard mode, interval mode, chart mode
ON
Print at receiving data.
Dump print mode
MODE
1 2 3 4
MODE 2
MODE
1 2 3 4
MODE 3
MODE
ON
Set the DIP switch No.4 to OFF.
MODE
ON
DIP switch No.3 : Handling unstable data
ON
Print
OFF
Not printed
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
MODE 1
Description
ON
MODE
1 2 3 4
MODE
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14-2 Connection to a Computer
The FX-iWP series balance can be connected to a personal computer using the RS-232C serial
interface. As an option, the FXi–02 USB interface is available to transmit the balance data to a personal
computer.
The FX-iWP series balance is a DCE.
Use a straight through cable. If purchasing the RS-232C cable on the market, check the interface
connections and type.
D-Sub 9-pin
Female connector
Inch screw thread
Use the waterproof RS-232C cable (AX-KO2737-500) that is sold separately as an option, when the
RS-232C serial interface is used with IP-65. (Refer to page 67)
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14-3 Using Windows Communication Tools (WinCT)
When Windows is used as an operating system in a personal computer, the WinCT software, that is
downloaded from the A&D website, can be used to transmit the weight data to the personal computer.
The WinCT has two communication methods: “RsCom” and “RsKey”.
RsCom
Can transmit commands to control the balance.
Can make bi-directional communication between the balance and a personal computer using the
RS-232C serial interface.
Can display or store the data using a text file format. Can also print the data using a printer connected
to the personal computer.
When several ports of a personal computer have balances connected, can communicate with each
balance simultaneously.
Can share a personal computer with other application software.
RsKey
Can transmit the weight data output from the balance directly to other application software such as
Microsoft Excel.
Can be used with most application software.
Using the WinCT software, the balance can do the following:
1 Analyzing the weight data and the statistics with “RsKey”
The weight data can be input directly into an Excel worksheet. Then, Excel can analyze the data to
obtain sum, average, standard deviation, maximum and minimum value, and display them in a graph.
2 Controlling the balance using commands from a personal computer
By using “RsCom”, the personal computer sends commands such as “re-zero” or “send weight data”
to the balance and controls the balance.
3 Printing the balance GLP report using your printer
The balance GLP report can be printed using a printer connected to the personal computer.
4 Receiving weight data at a certain interval
The weight data can be received at a certain interval and data characteristic with elapsed time can be
obtained.
5 Using a personal computer as an external indicator
With the “RsKey” test mode function, a personal computer can be used as an external weight
indicator for the balance. (To do this, set the balance data output mode to stream mode.)
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15. COMMANDS
15-1 Command List
Note
A command has a terminator added, that is specified using the "Terminator (Crlf)" parameter of
“Serial interface ( 5if )” in the function table, and is sent to the balance.
Commands to query weight data
C
Cancels the S or SIR command.
Q
Requests the weight data immediately.
S
Requests the weight data when stabilized.
SI
Requests the weight data immediately.
SIR
Requests the weight data continuously.
E
SCP
Requests the weight data when stabilized.
Note: The “Q” and “SI” commands, the “S” and “ESCP” commands behave the same.
Commands to control the balance
CAL
Same as the
OFF
Turns the display off.
ON
Turns the display on.
P
Same as the
ON:OFF
PRT
Same as the
PRINT
R
Same as the
RE-ZERO
SMP
Same as the
SAMPLE
T
Tare key
Z
Same as the
RE-ZERO
key
E
SCT
Same as the
RE-ZERO
key
U
Same as the
MODE
?ID
Requests the ID number.
?SN
Requests the serial number.
?TN
Requests the model name.
?PT
Requests the tare weight.
PT: ∗∗∗∗∗.∗
g
CAL
key
key
key
key
key
key
Changes the tare weight.
The unit added is the current weighing unit in A&D standard format.
Note: The “R”, “Z” and “ESCT” commands behave the same.
E
SC : ASCII code 1Bh
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15-2 Acknowledge Code and Error Codes
When the “AK, Error code (erCd)” parameter of “Serial interface ( 5if )” is set to “1”, the balance outputs
<AK> code or an error code for each command as follows:
<AK> (06h) Acknowledge in ASCII code.
When the balance receives a command to request data and can not process it, the balance transmits
an error code (EC, Exx).
When the balance receives a command to request data and can process it, the balance outputs the data.
When the balance receives a command to control the balance and can not process it, the balance
transmits an error code (EC, Exx).
When the balance receives a command to control the balance and can process it, the balance
transmits the acknowledge code.
Among commands to control the balance, the following transmit the acknowledge code both when
the balance receives the command and when the balance has accomplished the command. If the
command can not be processed properly, the balance transmits an error code (EC, Exx). This error
can be released using the CAL command.
CAL command (Calibration command)
ON command (Display ON command)
P command (Display ON/OFF command)
R command (RE-ZERO command)
R command example
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T command example
PT command example
When a communication error has occurred due to external noise, or a parity error has occurred due
to transmission error, the balance transmits an error code. In this case, send the command again.
15-3 Settings Related to the RS-232C
Concerning the RS-232C, the balance has two functions: “Data output ( dout )” and “Serial interface
( 5if )”. Set each function as necessary.
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16. MAINTENANCE
In normal use, the balance can be cleaned with water. But, keep the following precautions so that
dust and water do not invade the balance.
Do not direct water pressure at the bottom of the balance.
Do not use powerful water jets.
Do not immerse the balance in water.
Do not use organic solvents to clean the balance. Clean the balance with a lint free cloth that is
moistened with warm water and a mild detergent.
Do not disassemble the balance. Contact the local A&D dealer if the balance needs service or repair.
Use the original packing material for transportation.
While cleaning the balance and keeping it waterproof, cover the RS-232C interface connector using
the terminal cover or connect the waterproof RS-232C cable (AX-KO2737-500), and cover the AC
adapter jack. Also, insure that the underhook cap is in place.
AC adapter jack
When the AC adapter is not connected, cover
the jack.
RS-232C interface
Cover the interface connector or connect the
waterproof RS-232C cable (AX-KO2737-500).
If water accumulates on the waterproof diaphragm, a weight value may be difficult to become stable.
Clean the diaphragm while taking much care not to deform it.
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17. TROUBLESHOOTING
17-1 Checking the Balance Performance and Environment
The balance is a precision instrument. When the operating environment or the operating method is
inadequate, correct weighing can not be performed. Place a sample on the pan and remove it, and repeat
this several times. If the balance seems to have a problem with repeatability or to perform improperly, check
as described below. If improper performance persists after checking, contact the local A&D dealer for repair.
Checking that the balance performs properly
Check the balance repeatability using an external weight. Be sure to place the weight in the center of the
weighing pan.
Check the balance repeatability, linearity and calibrated value using external weights with a known value.
Checking that the operating environment or weighing method is proper
Operating environment
Is the weighing table solid enough (especially for the FZ-120i WP / FZ-200i WP / FZ-300i WP /
FX-120i WP / FX-200i WP / FX-300i WP, the balance with a minimum weighing value of 0.001 g)?
Is the balance level? Refer to “3-1 Before Use”.
Is the operating environment free from vibration and drafts? For the FZ-120i WP / FZ-200i WP /
FZ-300i WP / FX-120i WP / FX-200i WP / FX-300i WP, has the breeze break been installed?
Is there a strong electrical or magnetic noise source such as a motor near the balance?
Weighing method
Is the weighing pan installed correctly?
Is the waterproof diaphragm deformed? Is the waterproof diaphragm free of foreign materials?
Is the RE-ZERO key pressed before placing a sample on the weighing pan?
Is the sample placed in the center of the weighing pan?
Has the balance been calibrated using an external weight?
Has the balance been warmed up for 30 minutes before weighing?
Sample and container
Has the sample absorbed or lost moisture due to the ambient conditions such as temperature and
humidity?
Has the temperature of the container been allowed to equalize to the ambient temperature? Refer to
“3-2 During Use”.
Is the sample charged with static electricity? Refer to “3-2 During Use”.
The FX-120iWP / FX-200iWP / FX-300iWP is prone to be affected by static electricity when the
relative humidity is low.
Is the sample of magnetic material such as iron? Caution is required for weighing magnetic materials.
Refer to “3-2 During Use”
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17-2 Error Codes
Display
Error code
EC, E11
Description
Stability error
The balance can not stabilize due to an environmental
problem. Prevent vibration, drafts, temperature changes,
static electricity and magnetic fields.
Confirm that the weighing pan is properly installed.
Confirm that the waterproof diaphragm is free of foreign
materials.
Refer to “3. PRECAUTIONS” for details on the operating
environment and “6. RESPONSE ADJUSTMENT” about
adapting the balance to the environment.
To return to the weighing mode, press the CAL key.
Out of range error
The value entered is beyond the settable range.
Re-enter the value.
EC, E20
Calibration weight error
The calibration weight is too heavy.
Confirm that the weighing pan is properly installed. Confirm
the calibration weight value.
Press the CAL key to return to the weighing mode.
EC, E21
Calibration weight error
The calibration weight is too light.
Confirm that the weighing pan is properly installed. Confirm
the calibration weight value.
Press the CAL key to return to the weighing mode.
Overload error
A sample beyond the balance weighing capacity has been
placed on the pan.
Remove the sample from the pan.
Weighing pan Error
The weight value is too light.
Confirm that the weighing pan is properly installed and
calibrate the balance.
Sample mass error
The balance can not store the sample for the counting mode
or for the percent mode because it is too light.
Use a sample that is heavier.
Unit mass error
The sample unit mass for the counting mode is too light.
Storing and using it for counting will cause a counting error.
Add samples to reach the specified number and press the
PRINT key.
Pressing the PRINT key without adding samples will shift
the balance to the counting mode. But, to acquire accurate
weighing, be sure to add samples.
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Display
Error code
EC, E00
EC, E01
EC, E02
EC, E03
EC, E04
EC, E06
EC, E07
Other errors
Description
Communications error
A protocol error occurred in communications.
Confirm the format, baud rate and parity.
Undefined command error
An undefined command was received.
Confirm the command.
Not ready
A received command can not be processed.
e.g. The balance received a Q command, but not in the
weighing mode.
e.g. The balance received a Q command while processing
a RE-ZERO command.
Adjust the delay time to transmit a command.
Timeout error
If the timeout parameter is set to “t-Up1”, the balance did not
receive the next character of a command within the time limit
of one second.
Confirm the communication.
Excess characters error
The balance received excessive characters in a command.
Confirm the command.
Format error
A command includes incorrect data.
e.g. The data is numerically incorrect.
Confirm the command.
Parameter setting error
The received data exceeds the range that the balance can
accept.
Confirm the parameter range of the command.
If the errors described above can not be released or other
errors are displayed, contact the local A&D dealer.
17-3 Asking For Repair
If the balance needs service or repair, contact the local A&D dealer.
The balance is a precision instrument. Use much care when handling the balance and observe the
following when transporting the balance.
Use the original packing material.
Remove the weighing pan from the main unit
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18. OPTIONS
Notes
The FXi-02, FXi-08 and FXi-09 can not be used at the same time.
The FX-i WP series balance does not comply with IP65 when the FXi-02, FXi-08 or FXi-09 and
AX-USB-9P-EX is used with the balance.
FXi-02 USB interface (Installed in the balance, Applicable OS: Windows 98 OSR2 or later)
Used to transmit the balance weight data (numerical value
only) uni-directionally to a personal computer via USB.
Can transmit the balance weight data (numerical value
only) directly to other application software such as
Microsoft Excel, Word and memo pad.
FX i –02 Example of use
Driver installation is not necessary.
FXi-08 Ethernet interface
Used to connect the balance to a LAN.
The "WinCT-Plus" data communication software is
provided as an accessory and can perform the following.
Acquire data from multiple balances connected to a LAN.
Control these balances with commands.
Acquire data transmitted from balances.
Example: When pressing the PRINT key of the
balance, data is output and is acquired by the computer.
The stored data can be used with Microsoft Excel (if
installed).
FXi-09 Built-in battery unit (Ni-HM rechargeable battery pack)
Charging time: Approx. 10 hours
Continuous operation hours: Approx. 8 hours
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FX i –08 Example of use
FXi-WP-10 Small breeze break
Provided for the FZ-i WP series and FX-120i WP /
FX-200i WP / FX-300i WP as standard.
Can be used for FX-1200i WP / FX-2000i WP / FX-3000i WP.
FXi-WP-11 Large breeze break
Breeze break with greater height. Can be used for all
models. Convenient when a large beaker or measuring
cylinder is used and requires more height.
AX-USB-9P-EX USB converter
Adds a COM port to a PC.
Enables bi-directional communication between the PC
and the balance when a USB driver is installed.
Can use serial communication software such as WinCT
on a PC without COM ports.
AX-KO2737-500 Waterproof RS-232C cable
Length 5 m, D-Sub 9-pin - D-Sub 9-pin
Only the 9-pin of the balance side is of waterproof type.
Waterproof type
Note
Be sure to insert the waterproof type connector into the
RS-232C interface connector on the rear of the balance.
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Waterproof
RS-232C cable
AD-1683 DC static eliminator
Used to minimize weighing errors due to static electricity
on the material. The AD-1683 is direct-current static
eliminator. The ions generated produce no breeze and are
effective over a long distance. Therefore, the balance can
accurately weight powders, etc. by using the AD-1683.
AD-1684 Electrostatic field meter
This option measures the amount of the static charge on
the sample, tare or peripheral equipment and displays the
result. If those are found to be charged, discharge them
using the AD-1683 DC static eliminator.
AD-8920 Remote display
Connected to the FX-i WP series balance using the
RS-232C serial interface to display the weight data away
from the balance.
AD-8922 Remote controller
Connected to the FX-i WP series balance using the
RS-232C serial interface to display the weight data and to
remotely control the balance.
Analog output and comparator output available as an
option to be installed.
AD-8121B Printer
Compact dot-matrix printer
Statistical function, clock and calendar function, interval
print function, graphic print function, dump print mode
5 x 7 dots, 16 characters per line
Print paper (AX-PP143, 45 (W) x 50 (L) mm , ø65 mm)
AC adapter or alkaline battery.
Note
When connecting the remote display, remote controller,
or printer to the FX-i WP series balance using the cable
provided with each device, the balance does not comply
with IP65.
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19. SPECIFICATIONS
FZ-120i WP FZ-200i WP FZ-300i WP FZ-1200i WP FZ-2000i WP FZ-3000i WP
Weighing capacity
122 g
220 g
320 g
1220 g
2200 g
3200 g
Maximum display
122.084 g
220.084 g
320.084 g
1220.84 g
2200.84 g
3200.84 g
Minimum weighing value (1 digit)
0.001 g
0.01 g
Repeatability (Standard deviation)
0.001 g
0.01 g
±0.002 g
±0.02 g
Linearity
Stabilization time (typical at FAST)
Approx. 1 second
Sensitivity drift
(10°C to 30°C / 50°F to 86°F)
±2 ppm/°C
±0.010 g
Accuracy right after calibration using the
internal mass. See notes below *
Buit-in clock
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F), 85%RH or less (No condensation)
Display refresh rate
Counting
mode
Minimum unit mass
Percent
mode
Minimum 100% reference mass
5 times/second, 10 times/second or 20 times/second
0.001 g
Number of samples
Weighing pan diameter
0.100 g
AC adapter
Power consumption
100 g
50 g
200 g
100 g
300 g
200 g
100 g
1000 g
500 g
130 mm
2000 g
1000 g
3000 g
2000 g
1000 g
150 mm
Approx. 3.2 kg
193 (W) x 262.5 (D) x 84.5 (H) mm
Confirm that the adapter type is correct for the local voltage and power
receptacle type
Approx. 11VA (supplied to the AC adapter)
Interface
RS-232C
Dust and water protection
*
1.00 g
0.01%, 0.1%, 1% (Depends on the reference mass stored.)
Net weight
External dimensions
0.01 g
5, 10, 25, 50 or 100 pieces
Minimum 100% display
External calibration weight
±0.15 g
The value above is to the weighing capacity.
Clock function
Operating environment
±0.10 g
Complying with IP65
Accuracy right after calibration using the accessory small breeze break and the internal mass,
in good ambient conditions (within the temperature range of 10°C to 30°C (50°F to 86°F) with
no abrupt changes in temperature or humidity, no drafts, no vibration and no effect by
magnetic fields or static electricity).
With the FZ-iWP series balance, the environment and passing age may cause internal mass
value error. Calibrate using an external mass and perform maintenance.
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FX-120i WP FX-200i WP FX-300i WP FX-1200i WP FX-2000i WP FX-3000i WP
Weighing capacity
122 g
220 g
320 g
1220 g
2200 g
3200 g
Maximum display
122.084 g
220.084 g
320.084 g
1220.84 g
2200.84 g
3200.84 g
Minimum weighing value (1 digit)
0.001 g
0.01 g
Repeatability (Standard deviation)
0.001 g
0.01 g
±0.002 g
±0.02 g
Linearity
Stabilization time (typical at FAST)
Approx. 1 second
Sensitivity drift
(10°C to 30°C / 50°F to 86°F )
Operating environment
±2 ppm/°C
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F), 85%RH or less (No condensation)
Display refresh rate
5 times/second, 10 times/second or 20 times/second
Counting Minimum unit mass
mode
Number of samples
Percent
mode
0.001 g
5, 10, 25, 50 or 100 pieces
Minimum 100% reference mass
0.100 g
Minimum 100% display
External calibration weight
Weighing pan diameter
AC adapter
Power consumption
1.00 g
0.01%, 0.1%, 1% (Depends on the reference mass stored.)
100 g
50 g
200 g
100 g
300 g
200 g
100 g
1000 g
500 g
130 mm
Net weight
External dimensions
0.01 g
2000 g
1000 g
3000 g
2000 g
1000 g
150 mm
Approx. 2.7 kg
193 (W) x 262.5 (D) x 84.5 (H) mm
Confirm that the adapter type is correct for the local voltage and
power receptacle type
Approx. 11VA (supplied to the AC adapter)
Interface
RS-232C
Dust and water protection
Complying with IP65
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20. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
262.5
FZ-120i WP / FZ-200i WP / FZ-300i WP
FX-120i WP / FX-200i WP / FX-300i WP
Width of the opening when a clear plate is removed
Inside dimension
Weighing pan diameter
Height from the weighing pan up to the cap of the
breeze break (Inside dimension)
5:
Height
of the opening when a clear plate is removed
*
*6: Underhook position
193
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
171.5 (*2)
82
71.5
176
φ130 (*3)
184
115 (*1)
168.5
83.5 (*5)
171.5 (*2)
85.5
85 (*4)
184
115 (*1)
61.5
162
194.5
192(*6)
3
(*6)
262.5
FZ-1200i WP / FZ-2000i WP / FZ-3000i WP
FX-1200i WP / FX-2000i WP / FX-3000i WP
193
*6: Underhook position
φ150
71.5
85.5
168.5
194.5
61.5
162
3
(*6)
192 (*6)
Unit: mm
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FXi-WP-11 Large breeze break
294
(When fully opened)
15
6
ing
)
199.5
(Internal size
above the pan)
(When fully opened)
105
31
(When fully opened)
270
(O
pe
n
6
112
(Opening)
198
107
(When fully opened)
Unit: mm
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21. TERMS / INDEX
Terms
Stable value
The weight data when the stabilization indicator appears.
Environment
Ambient conditions such as vibration, drafts, temperature, static electricity and
magnetic fields which affect the weighing operation.
Calibration
Adjustment of the balance so that it can weigh accurately.
Output
To output the weight data using the RS-232C serial interface.
Zero point
A weighing reference point or the zero display. Usually refers to the value displayed
when nothing is on the weighing pan.
Digit
Unit of digital resolution. Used for the balance, a unit of minimum weighing value.
Tare
To cancel the weight of a container which is not included in the weight data.
Mode
Balance operational function.
Re-zero
To set the display to zero.
GLP
Good Laboratory Practice.
Repeatability
Variation in measured values obtained when the same weight is placed and removed
repetitively. Usually expressed as a standard deviation.
e.g. Standard deviation=1 digit: This means that measured values fall within ±1 digit
in the frequency of about 68%.
Stabilization time Time required after a sample being placed, until the stabilization indicator illuminates
and the weight data is displayed.
Sensitivity drift
An affect that a change in temperature causes to the weight data. Expressed as
temperature coefficient.
e.g. Temperature coefficient = 2 ppm/°C : If a load is 300 g and the temperature
changes by 10°C, the value displayed changes by the following value.
0.0002%/°C x 10°C x 300 g = 6 mg
IP65
IP code: Degree of protection provided by enclosures.
6: Dust-tight. No ingress of dust. 5: Protect against water jets.
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Index
Keys and symbols
-B-
ba5fnc
Baud rate
beep
bepbepbep-
ON/OFF key ............................ 12, 35
SAMPLE key ........................... 12, 15
MODE key ..........................12, 13, 15
CAL key................................... 12, 32
PRINT key ............................... 12, 15
RE-ZERO key.....................10, 12, 16
Stabilization indicator ......................... 12
Interval output mode active indicator ....... 12
Interval output mode standby indicator..... 12
Processing indicator........................... 12
CR...................................................... 45
LF....................................................... 45
Space ................................................. 45
100% reference mass ....................................... 19
Environment display....................15, 37
.............................................39, 55, 56
Beep ................................................37
HI buzzer .........................................37
LO buzzer ........................................37
OK buzzer ........................................37
bp5
Baud rate ...................................39, 56
Breeze break ..................................................7, 67
btpr
Data bit, parity bit .......................39, 56
Built-in battery unit..............................................66
-C-
Cal e
Calibration weight error....................64
Calibration weight error....................64
-Cal e
CAL key ...................................................12, 32
Calibration ...........3, 12, 28, 30, 31, 35, 50, 64, 73
Calibration report..........................................31, 50
Calibration test .............................................32, 50
Calibration test report ...................................33, 50
CanCel
CanCel .............................................23
Capacity indicator...................................12, 39, 46
Clear
Clear the statistical data...................23
Coefficient of variation ............................20, 23, 39
Command list .....................................................59
Comparator function...........................................47
Comparator indicators ........................................12
Cond
Condition....................................37, 40
Counting mode ...................................................17
Cp
Comparator mode ............................37
Cp fnc
Comparator ......................................37
Cp Hi
Upper limit........................................37
Cp lo
Lower limit........................................37
CR
.........................................................45
Crlf
Terminator ..................................39, 56
CSV format...................................................39, 44
CV
Coefficient of variation......................23
-A-
A&D standard format ................................... 39, 43
AC adapter .......................................................... 7
AC adapter ID label ............................................. 7
ACAI
........................................................ 18
AD-1683 ................................................... 10 68
AD-1684 ........................................................ 70
AD-8121B .............................................52, 56, 68
AD-8920 ....................................................... 68
AD-8922 ........................................................ 68
AK
........................................................ 60
Animal mode indicator ....................................... 12
ap fnc
Application ................................ 20, 39
ap-b
Auto print difference ........................ 38
apf
Application function ................... 20, 39
ap-p
Auto print polarity ...................... 38, 56
Application .................................................. 20, 39
Application function ..................................... 20, 39
ar-d
Zero after output.............................. 38
at-f
Auto feed......................................... 38
Auto display-OFF ........................................ 37, 41
Auto display-ON .......................................... 37, 41
Auto print difference .......................................... 38
Auto print mode A........................................ 38, 42
Auto print mode B........................................ 38, 42
Auto print polarity .............................................. 38
AVE
Average........................................... 23
Average
.............................................20, 23, 39
AX-KO2737-500 .............................3, 9, 57, 62, 67
AX-USB-9P ....................................................... 67
-D-
Data bits .........................................................55
Data format.........................................................39
Data output mode...............................................38
Data output pause ..............................................38
DC static eliminator ............................................67
DCE
...................................................55, 57
Decimal point ...............................................37, 41
Digit
.............................................37, 41, 73
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Display at start................................................... 37
Display refresh rate ..................................... 37, 41
dout
Data output ..................................... 38
DP format .................................................. 39, 43
DTE
........................................................ 55
Dust and waterproof balance........................... 7, 9
int
Interval time .....................................38
Interval output mode.....................................38, 43
Interval output mode active indicator..................12
Interval output mode standby indicator...............12
Interval time........................................................38
IP65
.........................3, 9, 53, 66, 69, 70, 73
-E-
-K-
-e
........................................................ 64
EC, E00
........................................................ 65
EC, E01
........................................................ 65
EC, E02
........................................................ 65
EC, E03
........................................................ 65
EC, E04
........................................................ 65
EC, E06
........................................................ 65
EC, E07
........................................................ 65
EC, E11
........................................................ 64
EC, E20
........................................................ 64
EC, E21
........................................................ 64
End block ........................................................ 52
erCd
Error code ....................................... 39
error1
........................................................ 64
error2
........................................................ 64
Ethernet interface .............................................. 66
External dimensions .........................69, 70, 71, 72
Key mode ...................................................38, 42
Key mode B..................................................38, 42
Key mode C .................................................38, 42
KF format ...................................................39, 44
-L-
Leveling foot ........................................................ 7
Linearity ...................................................69, 70
lo
.........................................................64
Lower limit value.................................................47
-M-
Main unit cover .................................................... 7
MAX
Maximum .........................................23
Maximum .............................................20, 23, 39
Maximum display..........................................69, 70
MID.
.........................................................27
MIN
Manimum .........................................23
Minimum .............................................20, 23, 39
Minimum 100% reference mass ...................69, 70
Minimum unit mass ......................................69, 70
Minimum weighing value ..............................69, 70
MODE key .........................................12, 13, 15
MT format ...................................................39, 44
-F-
FAST
........................................................ 27
Function table.................................................... 36
FXi-02
........................................................ 66
FXi-08
........................................................ 66
FXi-09
........................................................ 66
FXi-WP-1067
FXi-WP-11 67, 72
-N-
NET indicator......................................................12
NU format ...................................................39, 44
Number of data.............................................20, 39
-G-
GLP
........................................................ 50
GLP output .................................28, 31, 32, 38, 50
Grounding terminal.............................................. 7
-HHold
-O-
ON:OFF key .................................................12, 35
Operating environment.................................69, 70
Hold function ............................. 37, 40
-P-
-I-
pan boss .....................................................7, 10
Pan support ......................................................... 7
Parity
.........................................................55
pcs
.........................................................17
Percent Mode .....................................................19
ID number ........................................................ 50
info
GLP output...................................... 38
Inhibit
........................................................ 34
Initializing the Balance....................................... 35
75
Statistical function mode output items ......................39
Stability band width .......................37, 40
5t-b
Stop bit
.........................................................55
Stream mode ................................................38, 42
SUM
Sum .....................................20, 23, 39
Permit
........................................................ 34
pnt
Decimal point ............................ 37, 41
poff
Auto display-OFF ...................... 37, 41
p-on
Auto display-ON........................ 37, 41
PRINT key .................................................. 12, 15
Printer
.................................................. 56, 68
Processing indicator .......................................... 12
Programmable unit ............................................ 54
prt
Data output mode...................... 38, 56
pU5e
Data output pause..................... 38, 56
-T-
Tare
.......................................16, 17, 19, 26
Terminal cover ............................................7, 9, 62
Terminator .........................................................39
Timeout
.........................................................39
Title block .........................................................52
Transmission form ..............................................55
Transmission rate ...............................................55
Transmission system..........................................55
trc
Zero tracking ....................................37
t-Up
Timeout ............................................39
type
Data format ................................39, 56
-R-
R
Range ............................................. 23
Range
.............................................20, 23, 39
Remote controller .............................................. 68
Remote display.................................................. 68
Repeatability................................................ 69, 70
Response indicators...................................... 2, 27
RE-ZERO key ....................................10, 12, 16
rng
Display at start ................................ 37
RS-232C .................................................. 55, 57
RsCom
........................................................ 58
RsKey
........................................................ 58
-U-
Underhook .........................................................53
Units
.............................................12, 13, 15
Upper limit value.................................................47
USB interface .....................................................66
-S-
-W-
SAMPLE key........................................... 12, 15
SD
Standard deviation .......................... 23
Sensitivity drift ............................................. 69, 70
5if
Serial interface ................................ 39
SLOW
........................................................ 27
5pd
Display refresh rate ................... 37, 41
Stability band width............................................ 40
Stabilization indicator................................... 12, 15
Stabilization time ......................................... 69, 70
Standard deviation..................................20, 23, 39
Standby indicator............................................... 12
Statistical function mode output items... 21, 39
5taf
Statistical calculation mode...............3, 20, 21, 39, 46
Waterproof diaphragm........................7, 10, 62, 64
Waterproof RS-232C cable...........3, 7, 9, 57, 62, 67
Weighing .........................................................16
Weighing capacity ......................10, 46, 64, 69, 70
Weighing pan ...................................................... 7
Weighing pan diameter.................................69, 70
Weighing units....................................................13
WinCT
.........................................................58
- ZZero tracking ..................................................41
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