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file - Marsden Weighing Machine Group Ltd.
OPERATION MANUAL
Model : DC-190
Edition
Month
October
Year
1998
TERAOKA SEIKO CO., LTD.
13-12 Kugahara 5-chome, Ohta-ku
Tokyo 146 Japan
TEL: +81-3-3752-2131
FAX: +81-3-3752-2801
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION -------------------------------------------------2
1. Features-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2
2 CONFIGURATION ------------------------------------------------4
2.1 Outside Dimensions and View ------------------------------------------------- 4
2.2 Key Board and Display ---------------------------------------------------------- 6
3. OPERATION MODE---------------------------------------------8
3.1 Tare Subtraction-------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
3.2 Unit Weight Entry ------------------------------------------------------------------ 9
3.3 Parts Counting -------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
3.4 Call Item Code in Operation Mode------------------------------------------ 12
4. PROGRAM MODE --------------------------------------------- 14
4.1 Item Code Programming ------------------------------------------------------- 14
4.2 Delete Item Code in memory-------------------------------------------------- 17
4.3 Review Item Code Already in Memory-------------------------------------- 19
4.4 Program Set point to operate all items-------------------------------------- 20
4.5 Set Date and Time --------------------------------------------------------------- 20
1
1. INTRODUCTION
The DC-190 series efficiently satisfies all the application requirements, 1/1,000,000 high
internal resolution, 200 item memory, battery operation, and capability to expand the
system with standard 3 x RS-232C and 1 x setpoint interface. We prepared pole type
version for a diverse range of working conditions and locations.
1. Features
1.1 Display
•
•
•
Weight Display:
Unit Weight Display:
Quantity Display:
5 digits + Decimal figure
5 digits + Decimal figure
7 digits
1.2 Analogue Parts
•
•
•
•
•
•
Display Resolution:
Internal Resolution:
A/D conversion Rate:
The number of scales:
1/10000, 1/5000, or 1/2500
1/1,000,000 or 1/500,000
10 times per second
4 scales at maximum
(3 load cell scales + 1 force balance scale.)
The number of load cell per scale: 4 x 350 Ω load cells when connected in parallel
Excitation Voltage:
12VDC
1.3 Capacity Variation (DIGI S-X Platform Scales)
MODEL
1 Scale Type
2 Scale Type
Capacity
500g
1kg
2.5kg
5kg
10kg
25kg
50Kg
Scale 1= 500g
Scale 1= 500g
Scale 1 = 1kg
Scale 1 = 1kg
Scale 2 = 2.5kg
Scale 2 = 5kg
Scale 2 = 5kg
Scale 2 = 10kg
1.4 Interfaces
•
•
•
•
RS-232C Interface:
RS-232C Interface:
RS-232C Interface:
24V Open Corrector:
DIN 8 Pin (Bar-code scanner)
DIN 8 Pin (Either one of force balance, PC, or Printer)
D SUB 9 PIN (Either one of force balance, PC or Printer)
Min DIN 8 Pin (Setpoint Output)
2
1.5 Memory Item
•
•
200 Item Memory
Max. length
Memory Field Parameters
12 digits numeric data or 16 digits alphanumeric data
Item Code
Parts No.
12 or 16 digits numeric data
Parts Name
20 letters
Tare Weight
5 digits + Decimal figure
Unit Weight
5 digits + Decimal figure
Inventory
8 digits
Setpoint Value Max 6 points
1.6 Options
•
•
Pole Kit for DI-190
Battery for S-X platform
1.7 Power Block
•
•
•
•
•
Operation Voltage:
Operating Frequency:
Power Consumption:
Operating Temperature:
Operating Humidity:
AC 100V-117V or 220V-240V (factory preset)
50/ 60 Hz
20W
-10°C - 40 °C
10% - 80% RH
3
2 CONFIGURATION
2.1 Outside Dimensions and View
BENCH TYPE (1 SCALE TYPE)
BENCH TYPE (2 SCALE TYPE)
4
POLE TYPE (1 SCALE TYPE)
POLE TYPE (2 SCALE TYPE)
5
2.2 Keyboard and Display
Function Keys
NET/
B/G
Descriptions of Keys
On/ Off Key
Turn on and off display.
(It is not main power switch)
Mode Key
Toggle between the operation mode and the program
mode. The PRG lamp is lit when the scale is in the
program mode.
Toggle between the net weight and gross weight.
The GROSS lamp is lit when the scale is in the gross
mode.
Enter unit weight (per 1000 pcs).
Net/ Gross Key
INVENT
Unit Weight Key
Pcs
Kg/lb
Kg-lb Key
-
Minus Key
DATE
+
Plus Key
Toggle display between pound and kilogram. When
scale shows kilogram weight, KG lamp is lit.
(US version only)
Subtract a quantity of parts in an accumulation
operation.
Set the date and time in program mode.
Add a quantity of parts in an accumulation operation.
6
Function Keys
Enter Key
PROG
(Total Key)
#
CODE Key
IN/OUT
Clear Key
C
Descriptions of Keys
Total an accumulation operation.
Save the program data in the memory in program
mode.
Call up an item code.
Toggle between add(IN) or subtract (Out) from item
inventory.
Clear keyed-in data.
Decimal Key
Enter decimal point.
Display the item code in use after calling item code.
Î0Í
Zero Reset Key
Reset the weight value to zero.
(This key is effective when scale is stable.)
ÎT
Í
Tare Key
Subtract or clear the tare value.
Pcs
Pieces Key
Calculate/enter an unit weight by sampling operation.
When RECOM lamp is lit, re-calculate unit weight for
higher accuracy.
Toggle between scales if the system is connected
with multiple scales. The scale number is indicated in
quantity window.
Enter numeric data.
/
Scale Key
Numeric Keys
0
-
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Descriptions of Indicators
Indicators
Î0Í
NET
GROSS
INSUFF
RECOMP
MEMORY
IN
OUT
MODE
SCALE NO.
KG
ZERO Lamp
NET Lamp
Gross Lamp
Insufficient Lamp
Recomputing Lamp
Memory Lamp
IN (Receiving) Lamp
OUT (Shipping) Lamp
MODE Lamp
Scale No. Lamp 1-4
Kilogram Lamp
Weight is stable at zero point.
Presence of tare weight (display shows net weight)
Scale is in gross weight display mode.
Sample weight is too small to calculate unit weight.
Unit weight may be re-computed for higher accuracy.
Accumulated data is in memory.
Add a quantity of parts to item inventory.
Remove a quantity of parts from item inventory.
Scale is in program mode.
Scale number in use
Scale weighing in kg. (US version only)
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3. Operation mode
3.1 Tare Subtraction
3.1a One touch tare (Semi-automatic Tare)
This function is used for subtracting tare value of an empty container.
Procedure
Ready for operation
1. Place a container onto the platter.
2. Enter the tare value.
3. Place parts onto the container.
Key-in
Weight
0.000
0.045
0.000
0.100
[TARE]
e.g. 0.1kg
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,M=Memory
Indicators
Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R
7
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
7
M
7
3.1b Digital Tare (Preset Tare)
This function can be used when tare weight value is known. It is used for subtracting
tare value of a pre-filled container.
Procedure
Ready for operation
1. Enter the tare value by key pad.
2. Press [TARE] key.
3. Place container.
Key-in
Weight
0.000
[0],[.],[0],[5]
[TARE]
e.g. 0.15kg
-0.050
0.100
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,M=Memory
Indicators
Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R
7
0
0 7
0.05
0
0
0 7 7
7
0
NOTE:
To clear tare value, press [0] then [TARE] key. Or, press [TARE] key after removing all
the weight from the platter.
8
M
3.2 Unit Weight Entry
3.2a Unit Weight Entry by Sampling
The machine can compute the average unit weight of parts. This function requires
operator to place representative samples, 10 pcs or more, on scale. By entering the
sample quantity, the machine can calculate the average unit weight by computation with
total weight of sample parts.
This section provides the explanations for insufficient sample and recomputing function
which are useful for accurate counting operation.
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,M=Memory
Indicators
Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R
7
0
0 7
M
0.000
Ready for operation
0.025
0
0
1. Place sample parts.
e.g. 15 pcs
15
2. Enter the number of parts. * 1)
[1], [5]
0.025
1.6866
15
3. Compute unit weight.
[PCS] key
When sample weight is not sufficient for accurate calculation, insufficient lamp is lit and the procedure 4 and 5 are
required. (Refer to Insufficient Sample)
ADD
0
4. Add the required samples. * 2)
0.029
1.6981
17
5. Compute unit weight again.
[PCS] key
The accuracy of the unit weight can be improved in procedure 6 and 7.
7
0.059
1.6981
35
6. Add more pieces. * 3)
e.g. 18 Pcs
0.059
1.6857
35
7. Re-compute unit weight
[PCS] key
Note * 1) If sample quantity is 10 pcs, press [PCS] key without entering the number of samples.
Note * 2) The procedure 4 and 5 can be skipped by pressing [PCS] without adding the samples.
However, using an insufficient sample may adversely affect counting accuracy.
Note * 3) Re-compute operation is available when the RECOM lamp is lit.
Note 4) If multiple scales are connected to DC-190, perform the sampling operation with smaller capacity
for more accurate unit weight.
INSUFFICIENT SAMPLE
If sample pieces are not sufficient for accurate counting, the Insufficient lamp is lit. After
pressing [PCS] key with insufficient samples, the ADD XXX appears in the weight
display. The number, XXX, followed by ”ADD” indicates additional XXX pieces required
for accurate calculation.
The insufficient range can be selected in internal setting mode from 0.1% or 0.2% of full
scale capacity.
RECOMPUTING FUNCTION
Re-computing function is used for improving the accuracy of the unit weight. The unit
weight is determined by averaging the weight of the samples. The average unit weight
can be more precisely determined by adding quantities, since a larger sample size
makes the weight variance smaller. By this function, it is possible to start with small
quantity, then amplify the sample quantity without manual counting. This function is
available when the RECOMP lamp is lit.
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3.2b Unit Weight Entry by key pad
This function can be used when unit weight is known. The recomputing function and
the insufficient lamp are not available when entering unit weight through key pad.
Procedure
Key-in
Ready for operation
1. Enter unit weight by key pad. [1],[.],[6],[9],[8]
2. Press [UNIT WEIGHT] key.
[UNIT WEIGHT]
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,M=Memory
Indicators
Weight Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R
7
7
0.000
0
0
0.000
1.6980
1.6980
M
0 7
NOTE:
To clear unit weight value, press [CLEAR] key.
3.3 Parts Counting
The bulk quantity can be counted, after entering the unit weight by any means of 3.2
unit weight entry.
3.3a Single Transaction
Procedure
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,M=Memory
Indicators
Weight Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R
7
7
0.000
0
0
Key-in
Ready for operation
0.000
1.6980
0
1. Enter unit weight by any means of 3.2 Unit Weight
Entry.
7
0.145
1.698
84
2. Place bulk quantity.
7
0.000
1.698
84
3. Press [ENTER] key. * 1)
[ENTER]
Note *1) If DC-190 is connected to bar-code printer/PC, the label is printed /the data are
output by pressing [ENTER] key.
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M
3.3b Accumulation
This section shows how to accumulate a parts count from a series of containers.
Procedure
Key-in
Ready for operation
1. Enter Unit weight by any means of 3.2U.W. Entry
2. Place bulk quantity.
3. Store the quantity in memory.
[+]
4. Remove parts from the platter.
5. Press [CLEAR] key.
[CLEAR]
6. Place bulk quantity.
7.Store the quantity in memory.
[+]
8. Remove parts from the platter.
9. Press [CLEAR] key.
[CLEAR]
10. Place bulk quantity
11. Subtract the quantity in memory. [-]
Repeat the procedure 2-11.
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,M=Memory
Indicators
Weight Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R
7
7
0.000
0
0
0.000
1.6980
0 7
0.145
tOtAL
tOtAL
0.000
0230
tOtAL
tOtAL
0.000
0.030
tOtAL
tOtAL
0.000
1.6980
1.6980
1.6980
1.6980
1.6980
84
84
84
0 7
135
219
219
0 7
19
200
200
0 7
M
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
1.6980
12. Clear the accumulated data.
[ENTER]
Note 1) If DC-190 is connected to bar-code printer/PC, the label is printed /the data are
output by pressing [+], [-] and [ENTER] keys.
Note 2) Memory lamp is lit when transaction is in memory.
3.3c Negative Counting Function
This feature counts the parts quantity by removing the parts from a bulk container on
the platform.
Procedure
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,M=Memory
Indicators
Weight Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R M
7
0.000
0
0 7
Key-in
Ready for operation
1.255
0
0
1. Place the container with parts.
7
7
0.000
0
0
2. Press [TARE] key.
[TARE]
7
-0.015
0
0
3. Take 10 pcs of parts from container.
7
-0.015
1.4872
10
4. Compute unit weight.
[PCS]
7
7
-0.099
1.4872
66
5. Take bulk number from container.
7
7
-0.099
1.4872
66
6. Press [ENTER] key.
[ENTER]
Note *1) If DC-190 is connected to bar-code printer/PC, the label is printed /the data are
output by pressing [ENTER] key.
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3.4 Call Item Code in Operation Mode
This section shows how to recall item codes in operation mode. By calling item code in
operation mode, the need to continually re-enter unit weight is eliminated. The parts
number and the parts name are printed on the label, if your scale is connected to
printer. (Refer to 4.1 Item Code programming.)
Your scale has an internal setting that decides character type for item code, 12 digits
numeric data or 16 digits alphanumeric data. If you call alphanumeric item code, refer
to 3.4b Recall alphanumeric item code.
3.4a Recall numeric item code
Procedure
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent, I=IN, O=OUT
Indicators
Weight Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I I O
7 7
0.000
0
0 7
Key-in
Ready for operation
100
1. Enter Item Code.
[1], [0], [0]
7
0.000
1.6980
0 7
2. Call Up Item Code *1)
[CODE]
7
0.000
1.6980
0 7
3. Select “In-Out” status. *2)
[CODE]
7
0.145
1.6980
84
4. Add bulk parts on platter.
7
0.145
1.6980
84
5. Press [ENTER] key.
[ENTER]
Note *1) If the code number has not been programmed, the display shows “not F”.
Note * 2) Parts “In-Out” Operation
• Inventory value can be pre-programmed to each item code. The inventory value is
up-dated automatically by pressing [ENTER] key.
• When In lamp is lit, a quantity of item is added to item inventory. When Out lamp is
lit, a quantity of item is removed from item inventory . When neither are lit, item
inventory is not changed.
• In-Out status can be selected by pressing [CODE] key after calling up item code.
The status is toggled between IN, OUT, NON ADD (NO CHANGE).
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3.4b Recall alphanumeric item code
For most users, we recommend to connect the bar-code reader to recall alphanumeric
item code, however, you can also enter the alphanumeric data with key pad of DC-190.
Procedure
Ready for operation
1. Press decimal key.
2. Enter Item Code.
e.g. ABC10 *1)
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent, I=IN, O=OUT
Indicators
Weight Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I I O
7
0.000
0
0 7
7
t-C 01 00CodE
Key-in
[•]
[0], [1]
[0], [2]
[0], [3]
[3], [1]
[3], [0]
[CODE]
[CODE]
t-C 01
t-C 02
t-C 03
t-C 04
t-C 05
0.000
0.000
0.145
0.145
3. Call Up Item Code.
4. Select “In-Out” status.
5. Add bulk parts on platter.
6. Press [ENTER] key.
[ENTER]
Note *1) Refer to the character list on Appendix I.
Note 2) [C]: Used to delete character
[+] : Used to move cursor ahead
[- ] : Used to move cursor back
01- A
02- b
03- C
31- 1
30- 0
1.6980
1.6980
1.6980
1.6980
CodE
CodE
CodE
CodE
CodE
0 7
0 7
84
84
Entry display of Alphanumeric data
Weight Display
Unit Weight Display
Quantity Display
t-C
CodE
X1X1
X2X2 - X3
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Position of Cursor: These digits show the
position of cursor.
Numeric Data: These digits show
numeric data that are entered in key pad.
Convert Data: This digit shows the data
that are converted from two numeric data
(X2X2) to Alphanumeric data.
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4. Program mode
4.1 Item Code Programming
4.1a Memory Field of Item Code
Item code allows you to store the following information for counting operation. Up to
200 item codes can be registered in DC-190.
ITEM CODE (Max length = 12 digits numeric or 16 digits alphanumeric data)
Item code is used as a reference code to call up item data. 12 digits numeric or 16 digits
alphanumeric entry can be selected from internal setting. The following data are linked with
each item code.
TARE WEIGHT (Max length = 5 digits, Numeric data only)
Tare weight can be registered by one touch tare or digital tare entry. If a certain container
is not used in counting operation, you may skip to enter tare value.
UNIT WEIGHT (Max length = 5 digits, Numeric data only)
Unit weight can be registered by sampling or digital entry.
PARTS NAME (Max length = 20 digits, Alphanumeric data)
Max 20 digit letters can be programmed. Alphanumeric data can be entered though DIGI
CHARACTER CODE.
PARTS NO. (Max length = 12 or 16 digits. Alphanumeric data)
Maximum length of item code can be selected by internal setting from 12 or 16 digits.
Alphanumeric data can be entered though DIGI CHARACTER CODE.
INVENTORY DATA (Max length = 8 digits, numeric data)
Inventory data are registered to each item code. The data are up-dated automatically after
IN/OUT operation in operation mode.
SETPOINT DATA
Up to 6 setpoint values can be programmed to each item code. The data can be based on
weight data or quantity data by internal setting. The setpoint signals are output though the
setpoint interface when the quantity/ weight exceeds setpoint values.
Setpoint 1 and Setpoint 2 can be utilized as alarm points. This function alerts the operator
with an intermittent buzzer when the weight on the scale is between setpoint value 1 and
setpoint value 2. Continuous buzzer also warns the operator when the quantity/ weight
exceeds Setpoint 2. The setpoint alarm function is disabled, if no setpoint is programmed.
E.g.) SETPOINT 1= 1500 pcs
SETPOINT 2= 90 %
Intermittent Buzzer
0
90%(1350pcs)
Setpoint 2
Continuous Buzzer
1500 pcs
Setpoint 1
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4.1b Alphanumeric data entry
Alphanumeric character can be programmed to parts no., parts name, and item code
(by internal setting). Two digits of numeric data are converted to one alphanumeric
character as shown on the table in Appendix I.
Display of alphanumeric entry ;
Weight Display
Unit Weight Display
Quantity Display
t-C
CodE
X1X1 X2X2 - X3
Name of Parameter: It
shows the name of the
parameter currently in
being programmed.
Position of Cursor: These digits show the
position of cursor.
Numeric Data: These digits show numeric
data that are entered by keypad.
Function Keys
[C]: Used to delete character
[+] : Used to move cursor ahead
[- ] : Used to move cursor back
Converted Data: This digits shows the data
that are converted from two numeric data
(X2X2) to Alphanumeric data.
4.1c Program Item Code
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,P=Program
Indicators
Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R
7
0
0 7
0.000
Ready for operation
ProG
C
0
1. Go to Program Mode. * 1)
[MODE]
ProG
123
2. Enter Item Code. *2)
[1],[2],[3]
0.000
0
0 7
3. Press [CODE] key. *3)
[CODE]
-0.120
0
0 7 7
4. Enter tare weight by any means of 3.1 Tare
Subtraction.
7
0.145
1.6980
84
5. Enter unit weight by any means of 3.2 Unit weight
Entry.
[NET/GROSS]
0 INVENT
6. Press [NET/GROSS] key.
1500
INVENT
7. Enter Inventory Value.
[1], [5], [0], [0]
7
[NET/GROSS]
0.145
1.6980
84
8. Press [NET/GROSS] key.
- Continue to the next page -
7
7
Note: *1) On the Top screen in program mode, the total number of item codes in
memory, followed by “C”, appears on the quantity display.
Note: *2) To enter alphanumeric character to item code, press [•] key to change the
screen to the display of alphanumeric entry.
Note: *3) If the entered item code to be programmed already is in memory, the
message ”CLEAr” appears in quantity display. To clear item code, press
[CLEAR] key. (Refer to 4.2a Delete a certain item code.) To go forward to
check or change the data, press [CODE] key again.
15
P
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
- Continued -
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
9. Press [ - ] key.
10. Enter Parts No.
e.g. 30Z2TH
Indicators: Z=Zero,N=NET,G=Gross,
I=Insufficent,R=Recompute,P=Program
Indicators
Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N G I R
[-]
[3], [3]
[3], [0]
[2], [6]
[3], [2]
[2], [0]
[0], [8]
7
11. Press [ ∗] key.
[∗ ]
12. Press [CODE] key.
[CODE]
13. Enter Parts Name.
[1], [9]
e.g. SCREW
[0], [3]
[1], [8]
[0], [5]
[2], [3]
7
14. Press [CODE] key.
[CODE]
15. Press [+] key.
[+]
16. Enter Setpoint 1 value.
[1], [0], [0]
17. Press [+] key.
[+]
18. Enter Setpoint 2 value. E.g.50% [5], [0]
7
19. Press [+] key.
[+]
20. If required, enter Setpoint 3-6 with the same procedures as 15 to 19.
ProG
C
1
21. Store the data.
[ENTER]
Note: *3) DC-190 has internal setting to select setpoint parameters from the
combinations shown in the following table. Enter data to each parameters of setpoint
correspondingly to the following samples.
Setpoint 1
Quantity
Weight
Quantity
Weight
T-C 01
T-C 01
T-C 02
T-C 03
T-C 04
T-C 05
T-C 06
0.145
T-C 01
T-C 01
T-C 02
T-C 03
T-C 04
T-C 06
0.145
SET 1
SET 1
SET 2
SET 2
0.145
Setpoint 2-6
percentage of setpoint 1 value
percentage of setpoint 1 value
Quantity
Weight
16
0033 - 3
30 - 0
26 - Z
32 - 2
20 - T
08 - H
1.6980
00 19 - S
03 - C
18 - R
05 - E
23 - W
1.6980
PArt No
PArt No
PArt No
PArt No
PArt No
PArt No
PArt No
84
P-NAmE
P-NAmE
P-NAmE
P-NAmE
P-NAmE
P-NAmE
84
0
100
0.
50
1.6980
84
sample
S1=1000pcs S2=90%
S1=2.000 kg S2=90%
S1=1000pcs S2=900pcs
S1=2.000 kg S2=1.800 kg
P
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
4.2 Delete Item Code in memory
4.2a Delete a certain item code
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Unit Wt.
Quantity
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
0.000
0
0
Ready for operation
ProG
C 20
1. Go to Program Mode.
[MODE]
ProG
123
2. Enter item code to delete.
[1],[2],[3]
123 CLEAr
3. Press [CODE] key.
[CODE]
ProG
C 19
4. Press [CLEAR] key. *1 )
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without clearing.
P
7
7
7
7
4.2b Delete all item code
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode.
2. Enter [i],[i],[ 0 ] while pressing
[RE-ZERO].
0.000
ProG
ALL
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C 20
CLEAr
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
[MODE]
[RE-ZERO]+
[i],[i],[ 0
]
ProG
C
0
3. Press [CLEAR] key. *1)
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without clearing.
P
7
7
7
4.2c Delete all Inventory Value from Memory
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode.
2. Enter [i],[i],[ 1 ] while pressing
[RE-ZERO].
0.000
ProG
INVENT
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C
1
CLEAr
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
[MODE]
[RE-ZERO]+
[i],[i],[ 1
]
ProG
C
1
3. Press [CLEAR] key. *1)
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without clearing.
P
7
7
7
4.2d Delete all Unit Weight Value from Memory
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode.
2. Enter [i],[i],[ 2 ] while pressing
[RE-ZERO].
0.000
ProG
U. Wt
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C
1
CLEAr
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
[MODE]
[RE-ZERO]+
[i],[i],[ 2
]
ProG
C
1
3. Press [CLEAR] key. *1)
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without clearing.
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P
7
7
7
4.2e Delete all Tare Weight Value from Memory
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode.
2. Enter [i],[i],[ 3 ] while pressing
[RE-ZERO].
0.000
ProG
TarE
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C
1
CLEAr
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
[MODE]
[RE-ZERO]+
[i],[i],[ 3
]
ProG
C
1
3. Press [CLEAR] key. *1)
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without clearing.
P
7
7
7
4.2f Delete all parts numbers from Memory
Procedure
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode.
2. Enter [i],[i],[ 4 ] while pressing
[RE-ZERO].
Key-in
Weight
0.000
ProG
[MODE]
P-NAmE
[RE-ZERO]+
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C
1
CLEAr
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
P
7
7
[i],[i],[ 4
]
ProG
C
1
3. Press [CLEAR] key.
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without clearing.
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4.2g Delete all setpoint data from Memory
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode.
2. Enter [i],[i],[ 5 ] while pressing
[RE-ZERO].
0.000
ProG
P-SP
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C
1
CLEAr
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
[MODE]
[RE-ZERO]+
[i],[i],[ 5
]
ProG
C
1
3. Press [CLEAR] key.
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without clearing.
P
7
7
7
4.2h Delete all Parts Name from Memory
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode.
2. Enter [i],[i],[ 6 ] while pressing
[RE-ZERO].
0.000
ProG
P-nAmE
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C
1
CLEAr
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
[MODE]
[RE-ZERO]+
[i],[i],[ 6
]
ProG
C
1
3. Press [CLEAR] key.
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without clearing.
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7
7
7
4.2i Reset Sequence number to 0
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode.
2. Enter [i],[i],[ 7 ] while pressing
[RE-ZERO].
0.000
ProG
Seq No
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C
1
CLEAr
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
[MODE]
[RE-ZERO]+
[i],[i],[ 7
]
ProG
C
1
3. Press [CLEAR] key.
[CLEAR]
Note: *1) Press [MODE] key to go back to program mode without resetting.
P
7
7
7
4.3 Review Item Code Already in Memory
An item code number in memory can be reviewed in program mode. Your scale has an
internal setting that decides the character type for item code, numeric data only or
alphanumeric data. If you use numeric data, refer to 4.3a Review numeric item code. If
alphanumeric item code, refer to 4.3b Review alphanumeric item code.
4.3a Review numeric item code
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Unit Wt.
Quantity
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
0.000
0
0
Ready for operation
ProG
C
5
1. Go to Program Mode. * 1)
[MODE]
123
CH1
2. Press [CODE] key.
[CODE]
371
CH2
3. Check other Item Code by pressing
[ + ] or [ - ]. *1)
ProG
C
5
4. Press [MODE] key to escape.
[MODE]
Note *1) [+] key is for advances to the next code. [ - ] key is to go back to the previous
displayed code.
P
7
7
7
7
4.3b Review alphanumeric item code
Procedure
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode. * 1)
2. Press [CODE] key.
3. Move cursor.
Key-in
Weight
Unit Wt.
0.000
0
ProG
t-C 01 01- A
t-C 02 03- C
[MODE]
[CODE]
[PCS] or
[TARE]
Quantity
C
0
5
CH1
CH1
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
t-C 01 31- 1
CH2
3. Check other Item Code by
pressing [ + ] or [ - ]. *1)
ProG
5
4. Press [MODE] key to escape.
[MODE]
Note *1) [TARE] key is for advances to the next digit. [PCS] key is to go back to the
previous digit.
Note *2) [+] key is for advances to the next code. [ - ] key is to go back to the previous
displayed code.
19
P
7
7
7
7
7
4.4 Program Set point to operate all items
General setpoint value can be programmed to operate on all items. This value is
enabled when no code number is selected or the item code re-called in operation mode
has no setpoint data.
Indicators
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Unit Wt. Quantity
Z N
7
G
I R
7
0.000
0
0
Ready for operation
ProG
C
0
1. Go to Program Mode. * 1)
[MODE]
SET
1
0
2. Press [+] key.
[+]
SET 1
100
3. Enter Setpoint 1 value.
[1], [0], [0]
SET 2
0.
4. Press [+] key.
[+]
SET
2
50
5. Enter Setpoint 2 value. E.g.50% [5], [0]
6. Press [+] key.
[+]
7. If required, enter Setpoint 3-6.
ProG
C
0
8. Store the data.
[ENTER]
Note ) Your scale has an internal setting that decides the number of set points, from 2
set points to 6 set points.
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7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
4.5 Set Date and Time
Procedure
Key-in
Weight
Ready for operation
1. Go to Program Mode. * 1)
2. Press [ - ] key twice.
0.000
ProG
30-06
EntEr
EntEr
Unit Wt.
0
Quantity
0
C
0
21:28
280798
310798
Indicators
Z N G I R
7
7
[MODE]
98-MoN
[-]
D-M-Y
[-]
D-M-Y
3. Enter the date, month, year.
[3], [1], [0],
[7], [9],[8]
MON-S
UN 0-6
0
4. Press [ - ] key.
[-]
MON-S
UN
0-6
4
5. Enter day of a week. [Friday] *1) [4]
EntEr
TIME
0
6. Press [ - ]
[-]
EntEr
TIME
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7. Enter the current time
[1],[4],[2],[1]
ProG
C
0
8. Store the data.
[ENTER]
Note *1) a digit numeric that represents the day of the week as following table.
Number
0
1
2
3
Day of week
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Number
4
5
6
20
Day of week
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
P
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
APENDIX 1
Code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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18
19
Chara.
Space
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
Code
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
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Chara.
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
,
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Code
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
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Chara.
@
!
“
#
$
%
&
/
(
)
‘
Æ
Ä
Ø
Ö
Ã
Ê
Á
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Code
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
Chara. Code
80
81
82
83
84
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86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
Chara.
CR
APENDIX 2
Connectors of DC-190 series
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Connector
Amphenol 14 pin
Amphenol 14 pin
DIN 8 PIN (RS-232C)
DIN 8 PIN (RS-232C)
D-SUB 9 PIN (RS-232C)
24V Open Collector
b
−
+
Usage
Internal Scales
External Scales
Bar-code Reader
Force Balance, Printer, or PC
Force Balance, Printer, or PC
Setpoint Output
DC Power Input
The power block is located in the scale
unit of DC-190. When connecting two
external scales without the scale unit of
DC-190, the AC/DC adapter is required
for power supply.
a
a): 9.5± 0.5mm
b): Inside
(-) 2.1± 0.5mm
Outside (+) 5.5± 0.5mm
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