Cardinal Detecto 6733 Specifications

Cardinal Detecto 6733 Specifications
Cardinal
®
OPERATION MANUAL
MSB-25 Series
25 Pound Capacity
Counter Type
Electronic Scale
8540-M222-O1 Rev C
07/10
© Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Company
P.O. Box 151, Webb City, MO 64870
PH: (417) 673-4631
Printed In U.S.A.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Description
Introduction
Purpose
Description of scale
Principles of operation
Precautions
PART 2
Specifications
PART 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Unpacking, Installation and
Preparation for use
Unpacking
Placement
Level adjustment
Power supply connection
PART 4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Operation
Key functions
LED indicator functions
Operation: weighing, sampling and counting
Test mode
PART 5
Calibration
PART 6
6.1
6.2
6.3
Serial Interface
Purpose
Interconnection
Message format
PART 7
Care and Maintenance
PART 8
8.1
8.2
Parts Breakdown
Exploded View
Parts list
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1.0 DESCRIPTION
1.1 Introduction
This manual provides descriptive data, specifications, operating instructions, calibration procedures, care and
maintenance instructions and information on interchangeable parts for the Detecto model MSB-25 scale.
This scale is manufactured by Detecto Scale Co., Webb City, MO 64870.
1.2 Purpose
This scale is designed for the following functions:
1. General purpose weighing of mailable objects up to 25 pounds in weight.
2. Displaying weight of a single mailpiece, number of mailpieces per pound or number of pieces on the
scale after a number of identical pieces have been weighed.
3. Manual entry of a tare weight or automatic zeroing of weight on the scale, for purpose of using a
container for weighing.
4. Ability to display weight digitally in pounds and ounces or in pounds only.
5. Perform all of the above functions with an input from a remotely located weighing device.
6. Direct output of data to a printer or other device.
1.3 Description of scale
The Detecto MSB-25 is a ruggedized, fully-electronic digital weight indicator employing a single-point load
cell, stainless steel weighing platform, digital electronics, full-travel keypad, LED annunciators to indicate
scale mode, twenty character alphanumeric dot matrix display with 7/16 inch high characters, and serial
interface. Operating instructions are readily visible on a pull-out instruction placard.
1.4 Principles of operation
The scale may be used to display weight; either gross weight or net weight (gross minus tare). Displayed
units may be either pounds or pounds-ounces format. Known container tare weight may be entered via the
keyboard. Unknown container tare weight may be zeroed off. An average weight per piece of identical mail
pieces may be taken from a known sample quantity. The sample quantity must be large enough to total 0.2
lbs of weight. The default sample quantity is 10 pieces, however a more convenient sample quantity may be
selected via the keyboard. The weight per piece or pieces per weight may be displayed. Number of pieces
(count) may also be displayed.
1.5 Precautions
Before using this instrument read this manual and pay special attention to all "WARNING" symbols:
IMPORTANT
ELECTRICAL WARNING
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2.0 SPECIFICATIONS
Power requirements:
110/120 VAC, 60 Hz
Count capacity:
999,999
Weight resolution:
1 part in 8,000
Computing resolution:
1 part in 16 x 106 with floating decimal
Dimensions:
5" H x 17" W x 21" D
Weight:
28 lb
Operating temperature:
32° F - 104° F (0° C - 40° C)
Weighing accuracy:
This equipment is manufactured in
accordance with the recommendations
set forth by Handbook #44, issued by the
United States Department of Commerce,
National Insitute of Standards and
Technology.
Capacity:
25 lb x 0.05 oz (0.005 lb)
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3.0 UNPACKING, INSTALLATION AND
PREPARATION FOR USE
3.1 UNPACKING
Inspect the scale for any signs of damage due to shipping such as loose
screws or exterior dents and scratches on the covers and case. Keep
carton and packing for return shipment of scale if necessary. It is the
responsibility of the purchaser to file all claims for any damages or loss in
transit incurred, unless this responsibility has been accepted by the Seller
in its proposal.
3.2 PLACEMENT
Place the scale on a stable, vibration-free location away from direct
sunlight and away from any rapidly moving air source.
CAUTION!!! DO NOT place the scale on any unstable
cart, stand or table. The scale may fall causing injury to
the operator, and seriously damage the scale, or proper
operation of the scale may be inhibited.
3.3 LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
Before mounting the commodity tray onto the scale, level the scale if
necessary by adjusting the four legs on scale bottom, up or down, until the
bubble in the level gage located on the top cover is centered as shown in
the illustration below. After level is achieved, lock legs in place by
tightening lock nuts on legs against the scale bottom.
Leveled
Adjusting
Legs
(on bottom
of scale)
Not Leveled
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3.4 POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION
3.4.1 Plug power cord into a grounded, 3-pronged wall receptacle that
supplies 115 VAC power. If an extension cord must be used, it should be
a 3-wire, grounded type.
3.4.2 If a 2-pronged wall receptacle is encountered, it is the responsibility
of the customer to contact a qualified electrician to replace the 2-pronged
receptacle with a properly grounded 3-pronged wall receptacle or to have
a grounding adapter properly installed.
CAUTION!!! - To avoid electrical hazard, DO NOT under
any circumstances, cut, remove, alter, or in any way
bypass the power cord grounding prong. Be certain
power cord is routed out of the way of normal traffic.
CAUTION!!! - If it becomes necessary to replace a fuse,
use only fuses of type 3AG 1/4 ASB for 115 VAC
operation. ALWAYS UNPLUG THE POWER CORD
BEFORE CHANGING THE FUSE.
3.4.3 START-UP
When the power switch is turned ON the scale will perform a brief display of
model and version numbers. On conclusion, the display will show zero
weight, signaling that the scale is ready for use.
When the unit is plugged in and turned OFF, power is provided to the load
cell and circuitry, so that the unit will be ready to weigh accurately
immediately after power-up.
If plugging the unit in after an extended period, allow the unit to warm up for
approximately 15 minutes.
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4.0 OPERATION
CAUTION!!! - Dropping packages weighing more than 3
pounds onto the scale platform can cause permanent
damage to the load cell.
4.1 KEY FUNCTIONS
This section describes the use of each of the keys on the keypad of the MSB-25 Scale.
The TARE key is used to enter a known tare (container) weight via the
numeric keypad. Pressing the TARE key will display zeros or the previously
entered tare (if any) and illuminate the TARE annunciator.
TARE
WEIGHT
Pressing the ZERO key with weight on the scale, will set the gross weight to
zero, and clear the tare weight, if any. If the display is in count mode, the
count will be set to zero.
ZERO
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8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
.
CLEAR
.
The WEIGHT key is used to place the scale in the weight display mode.
Pressing the WEIGHT key will display the scale weight as indicated by
illumination of either the lb or lb-oz indicator. If a tare was previously entered
via the TARE key, the net weight will be displayed and the NET annunciator
will illuminate. If no tare has been entered, the weight displayed will be gross
weight, and the GROSS annunciator will illuminate.
The NUMERIC KEYS are used to enter numeric values required in the
various operational modes and calibration procedures of the scale. The 1 and
0 keys are also used to answer YES and NO questions displayed in certain
operations. The 1 and 2 keys are also used to select between scale #1 (local)
and scale #2 (remote).
The DECIMAL key is used to enter a decimal point where desired when
keying in a number sequence.
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KEY FUNCTIONS, Cont.
SAM
PLE
The SAMPLE key is used to weigh a specific number of pieces to be added to
or removed from the scale in preparation for a new counting operation. The
SAMPLE key is also used to change the sample quantity. Pressing the
SAMPLE key repeatedly will cause the sample size to step in multiples of 10
from 10 to 250. In this manner sample quantities other than the first one
requested by the instrument may be used for counting operations. Sample
quantities may optionally be entered via the numeric keypad in any desired
quantity. The SAMPLE key may be used to return the display to a sample
display from any weight or count display mode.
COUNT
The COUNT key is pressed after removing or adding the sample requested,
to initiate the counting operation and place the display in the COUNT mode.
The COUNT key will return the display to the count mode from any weight
display or sample mode.
WT/PC
Pressing the WT/PC key will:
• display the calculated average piece weight from a current sampling and
counting operation
• allow the entry of a known piece weight to be used in a counting operation.
PRINT
XMIT
1
2
Pressing the PRINT XMIT key will transmit RS-232 data to an optionally
installed printer, printing data which is currently shown on the scales display,
along with descriptive headings. See section 6.0 for further information.
Pressing the 1 key while displaying any weight or count information will select
the instrument platform (LOCAL, SCALE #1) for use in all weighing and
counting operations. The SCALE ID digit in the display will show a "1". If a
non-zero tare was previously entered, the net weight will be displayed and the
NET annunciator will illuminate. If no tare has been entered, the weight
displayed will be gross weight, and the GROSS annunciator will illuminate.
Pressing the 2 key while displaying any weight or count information will select
an external weight indicator platform (REMOTE, SCALE #2) for use in all
weighing and counting operations. The SCALE ID digit in the display will
show a "2". If a non-zero tare was previously entered, the net weight will be
displayed and the NET annunciator LED will illuminate. If no tare has been
entered, the weight displayed will be gross weight, and the GROSS
annunciator LED will illuminate.
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KEY FUNCTIONS, Cont.
CLEAR
lb
The CLEAR key is used to erase an erroneous entry, and return the cursor
back to the first character in the entry field.
The lb key is used to select the mode whereby weights are to be displayed in
decimal pounds format, pp.ppp pounds. The lb annunciator LED will
illuminate.
lb-oz
The lb-oz key is used to select the mode whereby weights are to be displayed
in pounds-ounces format, pp pounds oo.oo ounces. The lb-oz annunciator
LED will illuminate.
PC/WT
Pressing the PC/WT key will display the calculated number of pieces per
pound. This number is calculated as the reciprocal of the WT/PC value. The
PC/WT annunciator will illuminate.
ENTER
The ENTER key is used when keying in some calibration and operational
data, to accept or terminate the entry.
The TEST key is located on the bottom of the scale enclosure. Pressing this
switch will place the scale in the test mode as indicated by a "T" displayed in
the right edge of the display. In this mode of operation, the weight is displayed
either in 0.01 ounce or 0.001 pound graduations to check how closely the
scale approaches zero tolerance error.
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4.2 LED INDICATOR FUNCTIONS
The following describes the functions of each of the LED indicators and
associated legends contained on the face of the instrument display.
MOTION
ZERO
lb
GROSS
SAMPLE
lb - oz
NET
TARE
COUNT
WT/PC
PC/WT
NET
The NET indicator shows the weight displayed is the net weight. Net weight is
determined by subtracting the stored tare weight from the gross or scale weight. The tare
weight, usually the weight of the empty container, is entered using the tare operation key.
Note that the NET indicator is only active when the display is in the weight mode as
shown by the illumination of either the lb or lb-oz indicator.
TARE
The TARE indicator shows that the scale is in a weight mode in which a known tare
(container) weight may be keyed in via the numeric keypad, or in a mode that will display
the current TARE weight.
lb
The lb indicator shows that the display is in the weight mode and that the weight
displayed is in decimal pounds.
lb-oz
The lb-oz indicator shows that the display is in the weight mode and the weight displayed
is in pounds and ounces.
MOTION
The MOTION indicator shows that the scale weight is unstable. An unstable weight
reading may be caused by motion on the scale platform. The ZERO and PRINT/XMIT
functions are disabled while the MOTION indicator is illuminated.
ZERO
The ZERO indicator is active during any mode and is used to indicate that the scale
gross weight is within ± 1/4 of a graduation of true zero.
SAMPLE
The SAMPLE indicator shows that the display is in the sample mode and that the value
shown is the sample quantity requested in pieces.
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INDICATOR FUNCTIONS, Cont.
COUNT
The COUNT indicator shows that the display is in the count mode, and that the value
shown is the count quantity of either the pieces removed from the scale platform (reverse
counting) or the number of pieces added to the scale platform (normal counting). The
count value is determined by dividing the net weight by the average piece weight.
WT/PC (WEIGHT PER PIECE)
The indicator shows that the displayed value is the average weight of a single part (from
a previous sampling operation; or entered via the numeric keypad ). The data display will
show a message in the form PP.PPPP with the lb LED lit, or PP oo.oooo with the lb-oz
LED lit.
GROSS
The GROSS indicator shows that the weight displayed is the gross weight. Gross weight
may be displayed only when the WEIGHT key is pressed and a zero tare weight (or no
tare weight) value is stored. The net weight (used in all sampling and counting functions)
is determined by subtracting the stored tare weight from the gross weight. Note that the
GROSS indicator is only active when the display is in the weight mode as shown by the
illumination of either the lb or lb-oz indicator.
PC/WT
The PC/WT indicator shows that the indicator is displaying the calculated number of
pieces per pound, based on the last sample taken. The data display will show a message
in the form PC/LB XXX.XXX, and is the calculated number of pieces per pound,
calculated as the reciprocal of the WT/PC value.
The SCALE ID character in the display's rightmost character indicates which scale is
operational for weighing, sampling and counting. A "1" indicates the internal scale, and a
"2" indicates an external scale. A "T" indicates that the internal scale is being used in
"TEST" mode (.01 oz divisions).
The message "INSUFFICIENT ADD XXX" when seen during a sampling operation,
indicates that the sample size placed on the scale was insufficient to calculate an
accurate piece weight.
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4.3 OPERATION: WEIGHING, SAMPLING AND COUNTING
4.3.1 STANDARD SAMPLING AND COUNTING
1. With the scale in any mode...
2. Press the SAMPLE key and place on scale the number of pieces indicated on
display. (A different sample size may be selected by following procedure below).
3. Press the ENTER key. The display will change to count mode and the COUNT
indicator will illuminate.
4. Add to scale the number of additional pieces to be counted and read the total
count on display.
5. When sampling, if the weight is too small, the display will show "INSUFF. ADD
XXXXXX", where XXXXXX is the number of additional pieces required for a
sufficient sample.
6. Add to scale the number of additional parts requested and press the ENTER
key. The display will change to count mode and the COUNT indicator will
illuminate.
7. Add to scale the additional pieces to be counted and read the total count.
4.3.2 ADJUSTING THE SAMPLE QUANTITY
1. Press the SAMPLE key.
2. Press the SAMPLE key again to step to the next sample quantity. Pressing the
SAMPLE key repeatedly will cause the sample quantity to step in multiples of 10
from 10 through 250; OR
3. Key in the desired sample value via the numeric keypad.
4. Place on scale the indicated sample quantity and press the ENTER key. The
display will change to count mode and the COUNT indicator will illuminate.
5. Add to or remove from scale pieces to be counted and read the total count.
4.3.3 SAMPLING AND COUNTING OUT FROM A CONTAINER
1. Place the filled container on the scale platform and press the SAMPLE key.
2. Remove the number of pieces shown in the display and press the ENTER key.
3. Remove the pieces from the container and read the total number removed.
4.3.4 TO DISPLAY WEIGHT
1. Press the WEIGHT key. The display will show the gross weight if tare is zero, or
the net weight if tare is non-zero. Either the lb or lb-oz indicator will illuminate.
4.3.5 COUNTING WITH INSUFFICIENT SAMPLE
If the weight of a sample is below 0.2 pounds, the message "INSUFF. ADD
XXXXXX" will be displayed. Although not recommended, it is possible to override
this message and proceed with counting by pressing the COUNT key when the
message is displayed. The unit will save the weight per piece and proceed to
COUNT mode.
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4.3 OPERATION WEIGHING,SAMPLING AND COUNTING, Cont.
4.3.6 TO ZERO THE GROSS WEIGHT
1. With the display in weight or count mode...
2. Press the ZERO key. The tare weight will be set to zero and a new gross weight
center of zero point will be established. If the display was in count mode, the
count will be set to zero. If the display was in the weight mode, a zero gross
weight will be displayed and the GROSS indicator will illuminate. In either case,
the ZERO indicator will illuminate.
4.3.7 TO ENTER A KNOWN TARE WEIGHT
1. With the scale in any weight or counting mode...
2. Press the TARE key. The display will show the previously entered tare weight
and the TARE indicator will illuminate.
3. Key in desired tare: pounds with decimal point followed by ENTER; or
pounds-ENTER, ounces-ENTER (depending upon the weight units in effect).
4. The scale will change to weight mode. Gross weight will be displayed if the tare
is zero, and the GROSS indicator will illuminate. If the tare is non-zero, net
weight will be displayed (gross minus tare) and the NET indicator will illuminate.
4.3.8 COUNTING WITH A KNOWN AVERAGE WEIGHT PER PIECE
1. Press the WT/PC key.
2. Key-in desired average piece weight value in decimal pounds format only via the
numeric keypad followed by ENTER. Place items to be counted on scale then
press the COUNT key.
3. Read count on display.
4.3.9 TO DISPLAY WEIGHT PER PIECE OR PIECE PER WEIGHT
1. To display the average weight per piece, based on the most recent sample,
press the WT/PC key.
2. To display the average number of pieces per pound, press the PC/WT key. The
appropriate indicator will illuminate.
4.4 TEST MODE OPERATION
4.4.1 To Enter the Test Mode
1. Press the test mode pushbutton located on the bottom of the scale. It will be
necessary to lift one side of the scale to gain access to this button. (see figure
8.1)
2. The selection of the test mode is indicated by a "T" shown at the rightmost
display position.
3. While in the test mode note that the only keys that are active are the lb, lb-oz,
and zero keys. All others are disabled.
4. While in the test mode the weight will be displayed in graduations of 0.01 ounce
or 0.001 pound.
4.4.2 To Exit The Test Mode
1. Press the test mode pushbutton a second time to resume normal operation. The
"T" in the display will be replaced by a "1" to indicate selection of the normal
operating mode and scale no.1. (see figure 8.1)
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5.0 CALIBRATION
The following describes the Calibration of the MSB-25 scale in the event that the scale
should need recalibration. A qualified technician should perform this function to maintain
the instrument’s high degree of accuracy.
1. Unplug the scale from the power outlet. This unit applies power to the load cell and
circuits even when the power switch is OFF. .
2. Ensure that the bulls-eye level indicates that the scale platform is level. Adjust if
necessary. Refer to section 3.3.
IF BREAKING THE SEALING WIRES IS REQUIRED FOR PURPOSES OF
CALIBRATION, PROPER PROCEDURES COVERED UNDER NIST
HANDBOOK 44 MUST BE ADHERED TO.
3. Remove the weighing platform and weighbridge. Remove the eight screws securing the
top cover and remove the cover. Refer to the drawing in section 8.1 for location of parts.
4. Referring to the drawing in section 5.1, locate the calibration seal (plastic cover) and
remove it by removing the two (2) small slotted screws on the bottom of the scale. This
will expose the calibration switch. Refer to the drawing in section 8.1 for location.
5. Using a small screwdriver or pencil, push the switch lever to the opposite setting (toward
the front of scale).
6. Replace the weighbridge with the two hex-drive bolts and lock washers. Replace the
weighing platform.
7. Plug in the power cord and turn the scale ON. The display will show "LOAD SCALE TO
25 LB". If it is desired to bypass calibration and only change AUTOZERO, press the
CLEAR key at this point, and proceed to step 9. Allow load cell and electronics to
stabilize for at least 5 minutes if power had previously been off 30 minutes or more.
8. Apply an accurate 25 pound test weigh to the platform and press the ENTER key. The
scale will go through a brief display sequence and the show "UNLOAD SCALE".
9. Remove the test weight and press the ENTER key. The scale will again go through a
brief display sequence and display "AUTOZERO?".
10. Press the 1 key to enable Autozero, or the 0 key to disable. It is recommended that
Autozero should be disabled only for testing purposes. When Autozero is enabled,
weights below 0.005 lb (0.08 oz) are automatically zeroed off within 3 seconds after
weight is applied or removed.
11. The display will show "DONE". Turn the scale OFF and unplug the power cord from the
wall outlet.
12. Remove the weighing platform and weighbridge. Return the calibration switch lever to
the original setting (toward the rear of the scale). Replace the calibration seal (plastic
cover) by re-installing the two (2) small slotted screws on the bottom of the scale.
13. Replace the top cover and eight (8) screws. Replace the weighbridge and weighing
platform. The scale is ready for use.
14. The test mode may be used to determine how closely the scale's performance
approaches zero tolerance error. Refer to section 4.4.
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5.1 CALIBRATION SEAL
CALIBRATION SEAL
(PLASTIC COVER)
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6.0 SERIAL INTERFACE
A serial data communication interface is provided on the MSB-25 scale. This interface serves as the means to
receive weight data from a remote scale, to respond to enquiry from auxiliary computer or to print displayed data
with descriptive identifiers on a serial printer such as an Epson MX100 or compatible. Note: Requires cable
8510-C304-GA. Available from our Parts Department at 1-800-641-2045 or by email at [email protected]
The signal characteristics conform to the definitions of ANSI/EIA-232D.
When the unit is ready to recognize received data on its RX line (pin 3), it will change the voltage on its DTEReady line (pin 20) from an 'OFF' to an 'ON'. When transmission is initiated by pressing the PRINT XMIT key on
the keypad, or by receipt of an ENQ character (05 hex) on the receive RX line, the unit will transmit data on its TX
line (pin 2) only if it receives an 'ON' signal on its DCE-Ready line (pin 6).
Signal levels
Mark -3V to -12VDC (Logic 1)
Space 3V to 12VDC (Logic 0)
Signal identification
PIN 1 CHS Protective ground
PIN 2 TX Transmitted data, from MSB-25
PIN 3 RX Received data, to MSB-25
PIN 6 DSR Data set ready, to MSB-25
PIN 7 COM Signal ground
PIN 20 DTR Data terminal ready, from MSB-25
Data format
1200 baud (standard), 1 start bit, 7 data bits, no parity, 2 stop bits on transmit, 1 stop bit on receive
Record formats (depending upon current mode of MSB-25)
WEIGHT
SWWWWWW_lb_M_CC_<CR><LF>
SPP_lb_00.00_oz_M_CC_<CR><LF>
COUNT
COUNT_NNNNNN_<CR><LF>
PIECES PER POUND
PC/LB_NNNNNN_<CR><LF>
AVERAGE WEIGHT PER PIECE
WT/PC_SPPPPPP_lb_<CR><LF>
WT/PC_SPP_lb_oo.oo_oz_<CR><LF>
S=
P=
W=
O=
M=
CC =
N=
<CR> =
<LF> =
_=
Space (positive) or - (negative)
Pounds, Leading zero suppressed to space,
embedded decimal point (if any)
WEIGHT VALUE in decimal pounds
Ounces, decimal always present as shown
Modes: G = gross, N = net, T = tare
MO = Motion
CZ = Center of zero*
OC = Over capacity*
BZ = Below zero
*(reflects state of gross weight only)
Number for count or pieces per pound, decimal
point (if any)
Carriage return (OD hex)
Linefeed (OA hex)
space (20 hex)
INTERCONNECTIONS
DATA OUTPUT CONNECTION DIAGRAM
1
13
14
25
PIN LOCATION AS VIEWED FROM MSB-25 REAR PANEL
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7.0 CARE AND MAINTENANCE
1. DO NOT subject the commodity tray to sudden shocks.
2. DO NOT submerge the scale in water or spray water directly on the
scale. The scale may be cleaned using a damp soft cloth and mild
detergent. Be certain power is removed before cleaning is begun.
DO NOT use an abrasive cleaner on this instrument.
3. DO NOT replace a fuse with the power cord plugged in or use fuses of
sizes other than specified.
4. DO NOT use acetone or other volatile solvents for cleaning.
5. DO NOT use any sharp or pointed instrument to depress keys.
6. DO follow all warnings and instructions marked on this product and listed
in this manual.
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PARTS DIAGRAM
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8.2 PARTS LIST
This section lists parts which are interchangeable by field or factory service personnel. Refer
to the MSB-25 exploded view in section 8.1 for the location of each item. Unless otherwise
noted, the quantity of each item is 1.
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
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Description
Enclosure bottom housing
Enclosure trim panel, silkscreened
Subpanel
Top cover
Weighing platform
Weighbridge
Level Indicator
Load cell, 25 lb, with cable
Adjustable leveling foot (4 per assembly)
Pull-out instruction placard
Keypad, 24 key, full travel
LED display board
Display, alphanumeric, dot matrix, 20 char.
Controller board
Serial I/O board
Analog board
Calibration set-up switch
Power cord, grounding, molded plug, SJO, 12' length
Power switch, rocker
Fuse holder
Fuse, 3AG, 1/4 ASB
Identification plate
Serial interface connector
Test button
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Part
8540-C201-0A
8540-D215-08
8540-D214-08
8540-C204-0A
8540-C211-08
8540-C208-0A
6690-0001
2950-C009-4A
6540-1011/6540-1012
8540-C213-0A
8540-D207-0A
8540-D206-0A
8542-D013-1A
8540-D034-2A
8540-D205-0A
584GR670
8540-B033-08
8540-B049-1A
6910-5095
6610-4046
6610-4019
593M729
8540-C216-0A
8540-B226-0A
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