Cardinal 225 Specifications

Cardinal 225 Specifications
225
WEIGHT INDICATOR
INSTALLATION and TECHNICAL MANUAL
8200-M538-O1 Rev C
01/11
PO BOX 151 y WEBB CITY, MO 64870
PH (417) 673-4631 y FAX (417) 673-5001
www.cardinalscale.com
Technical
Support: Ph: 866-254-8261
y [email protected]
8200-M538-O1
Rev C y 225 Installation
& Technical
Printed in USA
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
PROPER DISPOSAL
SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES
EUROPEAN DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
PRECAUTIONS
Static Electricity
SITE PREPARATION
Environmental
Electrical power
Electrical Noise Interference
Transient Suppression
INSTALLATION
Mounting the 225
Load Cell Cable Connection with RFI Suppression
Load Cell Cable Connection without RFI Suppression
Load Cell Connections with Over 30 Feet of Cable
Serial I/O Cable Installation
Serial Ports Specifications (Continuous or On Demand Output)
I/O Ports Interconnections
Optically Isolated Remote Inputs
AC Input Relay Board(s)
Preset Weight Comparator/Checkweigher Logic Level Output
AC Output Relay Board(s)
DC Output Relay Board(s)
Main PC Board I/O Functions Table
Relay Box Cable Wire Number to Relay Number Table
MAIN PC BOARD
Jumpers
RE-INSTALLING THE REAR PANEL
KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
ANNUNCIATORS
TIME, DATE AND CONSECUTIVE NUMBER
DISPLAY CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT
CALIBRATION AND SETUP
Security Seals
ENTER CALIBRATION AND SETUP
SETUP MENU #1
SETUP MENU #2
SERIAL INPUT/OUTPUT SETUP
DIO SETUP (PWC Status)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONT.
PRINT TABS SETUP
SETUP SCALE
Filter Setting Recommendations
CALIBRATE
CALIBRATION METHODS
CALIBRATION MODES
Multi-Point Calibration
Dual-Point with Zero (First Zero) Calibration
Dual-Point without Zero (False Zero) Calibration
Single-Point for Span Only (Last Zero) Calibration
Single-Point for Zero Only (Only Zero) Calibration
Fine Span Adjustment (During Calibration)
High Resolution Adjustment (During Calibration)
Calibration Parameters
Calibration “C” Numbers
SETUP MENU #3
ACCUMULATORS
BACK LIGHT
PASSWORD
KEY LOCKOUT
LOCAL REMOTE PORT
ID STORAGE SETUP (Mode of Operation = 1)
PRESET WEIGHT COMPARATORS SETUP (Mode of Operation = 3)
COUNT OPERATION
ID STORAGE OPERATION
PRESET WEIGHT COMPARATORS OPERATION
ACCUMULATORS
CONTINUOUS OUTPUT FORMATS
ASCII COMMANDS
INFRARED (IR) DATA PORT
TROUBLESHOOTING
Error Codes
Before You Call Service
TEST MODE AND ERASING MEMORY
FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT
HIGH RESOLUTION ADJUSTMENT
VIEW AUDIT TRAIL COUNTERS
ELECTRONIC TALLEY ROLL (ETR) FILE
DELETING CUSTOM TICKETS
PRINT SETUP
LEAD AND WIRE SECURITY SEAL INSTALLATION
PART IDENTIFICATION
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for selecting and purchasing the Cardinal Model 225 Weight Indicator. The Model
225 indicator was built with quality and reliability at our factory in Webb City, Missouri and
incorporates the latest in digital technology and innovative features for the weighing industry.
Configuration and upgrades can easily be performed in the field, while still maintaining the rigid
control the most demanding installations require. This flexibility insures the Model 225 will be
able to meet your weight indicating needs for years to come.
The purpose of this manual is to provide you with a guide through installation, setup and
calibration of your new Model 225 Weight Indicator. Please read it thoroughly before
attempting to install your indicator and keep it handy for future reference.
SERIAL NUMBER _____________________
DATE OF PURCHASE _________________
PURCHASED FROM __________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
RETAIN THIS INFORMATION FOR FUTURE USE
PRECAUTIONS
Before using this instrument, read this manual and pay special attention to
all "WARNING" symbols:
IMPORTANT
ELECTRICAL
WARNING
STATIC
SENSITVE
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING! This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio
communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause interference in which case the
user will be responsible to take whatever measures necessary to correct the interference.
You may find the booklet “How to Identify and Resolve Radio TV Interference Problems”
prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful. It is available from the U.S.
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Order stock no. 001-000-00315-4.
PROPER DISPOSAL
When this device reaches the end of its useful life, it must be properly disposed of. It must not
be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste. Within the European Union, this device should
be returned to the distributor from where it was purchased for proper disposal. This is in
accordance with EU Directive 2002/96/EC. Within North America, the device should be
disposed of in accordance with the local laws regarding the disposal of waste electrical and
electronic equipment.
It is everyone’s responsibility to help maintain the environment and to reduce the effects of
hazardous substances contained in electrical and electronic equipment on human health.
Please do your part by making certain that this device is properly disposed of. The symbol
shown below indicates that this device must not be disposed of in unsorted municipal waste
programs.
All rights reserved. Reproduction or use, without expressed written permission, of editorial or pictorial content, in
any manner, is prohibited. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained
herein. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual, the Seller assumes no
responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from use of the
information contained herein. All instructions and diagrams have been checked for accuracy and ease of
application; however, success and safety in working with tools depend to a great extent upon the individual
accuracy, skill and caution. For this reason, the Seller is not able to guarantee the result of any procedure
contained herein. Nor can they assume responsibility for any damage to property or injury to persons occasioned
from the procedures. Persons engaging the procedures do so entirely at their own risk.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Requirements:
Enclosure Type:
Enclosure Size:
Weight:
Operating Environment:
Display:
Transducer Excitation:
Signal Input Range:
Scales
Number of Load Cells:
Load Cell Cable Length:
Division Value:
Sensitivity:
NON-COMMERCIAL
NTEP
CANADA
OIML
Scale Divisions:
NON-COMMERCIAL
NTEP
CANADA
OIML
Internal Resolution:
Tare Capacity:
Sample Rate:
Auto Zero Range:
Weighing Units:
Keypad:
Standard I/O:
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz) at 0.4A Max.
Stainless Steel wall or desk-mount
10 7/8"W x 8 3/16"H x 3 1/8"D (276mm W x 208mm H x 79mm D)
9.2lbs (Size and Weight DOES NOT include Gimbal)
Temperature: 14 to 104 ºF (-10 to +40 ºC)
Humidity: 90% non-condensing (maximum)
240 x 64 (5” x 1.33”) Graphics LCD w/ LED Backlight
12 VDC
1.0 mV min. to 40 mV max. (with dead load boost)
1 ea Standard, 3 ea with optional 225-DS Dual Scale Input Board
14 each, 350 OHM minimum resistance
1500 feet maximum with sense lines
Consult factory for
30 feet maximum without sense lines other requirements
1, 2, or 5 x 10, 1, 0.1, 0.01, 0.001 and 0.0001 commercial
0 to 99, non-commercial
0.15 uV/e
0.3uV/e (Class III/IIIL)
0.3uV/e (Class III/IIIHD)
0.7 uV/e (Class III)
100 to 240,000
100 to 10,000 (Class III/IIIL)
100 to 10,000 (Class III/IIIHD)
100 to 10,000 (Class III)
1 part in 16,777,216
Six Digits (999,999)
1 to 100 samples per second, selectable
0.5 or 1 through 9 divisions
Tons, Pounds, Ounces, Tonnes ”Metric Tons”, Kilograms, Grams,
Membrane type with 60 color-coded keys
4ea Serial I/O Ports configured as:
3 ea bi-directional RS-232 ports or 3ea 20mA output-only ports
1 ea bi-directional 20mA/IR port
1 ea output only RS-232/20mA port
8 ea Remote Isolated Inputs
16 ea Remote Isolated Outputs
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FEATURES
Standard
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Time and Date with selectable 12 or 24 hour operation
200 ID Storage with an additional 100 temporary ID’s
Count Feature with accumulator
Adjustable Filtering
Multi-Point Calibration and High-Resolution Mode
Selectable Key Disable
Gross, Tare and Net Conversion
Multi-Interval (Dual Range) Feature for Single or Multiple Scales
Gross, Net, 32 ID, 8 Bin and Piece Count Accumulators
Push Button and Keypad Tare Function
8 Preset Weight Comparators
Checkweigher (3 or 5 Zone, Setup Selectable)
Digital Fill Control (Single ingredient, 1 or 2 Speed with Static or Dynamic Trim)
Batcher (Up to 15 Ingredient/bins, 1 Speed, or up to 7 Ingredient/bins, 2 Speed with
Static or Dynamic Trim)
6 Programmable Print Formats Using nControl
SMA Level 2 Compliant Serial Communications (See www.scalemanufacturers.org)
Color-coded keypad with Alpha-Numeric, Special Function “Soft” and Navigation Keys
Remote Input of Gross, Net, Tare, Print, Zero, Start Stop and Dump Commands
Optional
Allen-Bradley Interface*
Analog Output (Digital to Analog Converter)*
ControlNet Interface*
DeviceNet Interface*
Dual Scale*
Ethernet Interface*
Ethernet/IP Interface*
USB Interface*
Additional Serial Port (RS-232 or Plastic or Glass Fiber Optic) *
802.11 Wi-Fi*
Check Weigher Light Bar*
External Relay Box*
*These feature requires additional hardware and includes additional documentation.
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EUROPEAN DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Manufacturer: Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Company
PO Box 151
203 East Daugherty
Webb City, Missouri 64870 USA
Telephone No. (417) 673-4631
Fax No.
(417) 673-5001
Product:
Non-automatic Weight Indicating Instrument
Model Numbers 200, 205, 210, 210FE, 215, 220 and 225
Serial Number EXXXYY-ZZZ
where XXX = day of year
YY = last two digits of year
ZZZ = sequential number
The undersigned hereby declares, on behalf of Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Company of
Webb City, Missouri, that the above-referenced product, to which this declaration relates, is in
conformity with the provisions of:
European Standard EN 45501: 1992 and equivalent International
Recommendation OIML R76, edition 1992
EU Type Approval Certificate Number DK 0199.159
Report No. DANAK-1910304
Council Directive 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
as amended by Council Directive 93/68/EEC (22 July, 1993)
Council Directive 90/384/EEC (20 June, 1990) on the Harmonization
Of the Laws of Member States relating to non-automatic weighing
Systems as amended by:
Council Directive 93/68/EEC (22 July, 1993)
European Standard EN50082: 1995 for radiated emissions and
European Standard EN50082-2: 1995 Class B for EMC immunity.
The Technical Construction File required by this Directive is maintained at the corporate
headquarters of Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Company, 203 East Daugherty, Webb City,
Missouri.
____________________
Ginger Harper
Director, Quality Assurance
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PRECAUTIONS
Static Electricity
CAUTION! This device contains static sensitive circuit cards and components.
Improper handling of these devices or printed circuit cards can result in damage to or
destruction of the component or card. Such actual and/or consequential damage IS
NOT covered under warranty and is the responsibility of the device owner. Electronic
components must be handled only by qualified electronic technicians who follow the
guidelines listed below:
ALWAYS handle printed circuit card assemblies by the outermost edges. NEVER
touch the components, component leads or connectors.
ALWAYS observe warning labels on static protective bags and packaging and
NEVER remove the card or component from the packaging until ready for use.
ALWAYS store and transport electronic printed circuit cards and components in antistatic protective bags or packaging.
ATTENTION! ALWAYS use a properly grounded wrist strap when handling,
removing or installing electronic circuit cards or components. Make certain that the
wrist strap ground lead is securely attached to an adequate ground. If you are
uncertain of the quality of the ground, you should consult a licensed electrician.
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SITE PREPARATION
The Model 225 Weight Indicator is a precision weight-measuring instrument. As with any
precision instrument, it requires an acceptable environment to operate at its peak performance
and reliability. This section is provided to assist you in obtaining such an environment.
Environmental
The Model 225 Weight Indicator meets or exceeds all certification requirements within a
temperature range of 14 to 104 °F (-10 to +40 °C).
In order to keep cooling requirements to a minimum, the indicator should be placed out of
direct sunlight and to provide adequate air circulation, keep the area around the indicator clear.
Make certain the indicator is not directly in front of a heating or cooling vent. Such a location
will subject the indicator to sudden temperature changes, which may result in unstable weight
readings.
Insure that the indicator has good, clean AC power and is properly grounded. In areas subject
to lightning strikes, additional protection to minimize lightning damage, such as surge
suppressors, should be installed.
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SITE PREPARATION, CONT.
Electrical Power
The 225 has been designed to operate from 100 to 240 VAC @ 0.4A Max. at 50/60 Hz. Note
that a special order is not required for operation at 230/240 VAC.
CAUTION! - To avoid electrical hazard and possible damage to the indicator,
DO NOT, under any circumstance, cut, remove, alter, or in any way bypass the
power cord grounding prong.
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The socket-outlet supplying power to the indicator should be on a separate circuit from the
distribution panel and dedicated to the exclusive use of the indicator.
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The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
Note that the power cord on the 225 serves as the power disconnect.
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The wiring should conform to national and local electrical codes and ordinances and should
be approved by the local inspector to assure compliance.
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For outdoor operations, the socket-outlet must provide GFCI (ground fault circuit
interrupter) protection
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On installations requiring 230/240 VAC power, it is the responsibility of the customer to
have a qualified electrician install the proper power cord plug that conforms to national
electrical codes and local codes and ordinances.
Electrical Noise Interference
To prevent electrical noise interference, make certain all other wall outlets for use with air
conditioning and heating equipment, lighting or other equipment with heavily inductive loads,
such as welders, motors and solenoids are on circuits separate from the indicator. Many of
these disturbances originate within the building itself and can seriously affect the operation of
the instrument. These sources of disturbances must be identified and steps must be taken to
prevent possible adverse effects on the instrument. Examples of available alternatives include
isolation transformers, power regulators, uninterruptible power supplies, or simple line filters.
Transient Suppression
The following recommendations will help to reduce transients:
y Always use shielded cables to connect signal wires to the weight indicator.
y
Secure the cables in the cable clips provided inside the indicator.
y
Connect the cable shield (indicator end only) to a ground point inside the indicator. Keep
wires that extend beyond the shield as short as possible.
y
Do not run load cell or signal cables from the weight indicator along side or parallel to
wiring carrying AC power. If unavoidable, position the load cell and signal cables a
minimum of 24" away from all AC wiring.
y
Always use arc suppressors across all AC power relay contacts (see recommendations at
http://www.paktron.com/pdf/Quencharch_QRL.pdf).
y
Use zero voltage switching relays, optically isolated if possible.
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INSTALLATION
Before beginning installation of your Model 225 Weight Indicator, make certain that it has been
received in good condition. Carefully remove it from the shipping carton and inspect it for any
evidence of damage (such as exterior dents or scratches) that may have taken place during
shipment. Keep the carton and packing material for return shipment if it should become
necessary. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to file all claims for any damages or loss
incurred during transit.
Mounting the 225
NOTE! If your 225 indicator is already installed on a scale, the following information
describing its installation does not apply.
The Model 225 Indicator is housed in a Stainless Steel wall or desk-mount enclosure. The 225
gimbal may be mounted on a desk, table or other smooth, flat, horizontal surface or may be
mounted on a wall. Refer to Figure No. 1 for a layout of wall mounting.
Figure No. 1
Clearance for
#10 size screw
If wall mounted, make certain the mounting surface is strong enough to support the instrument.
The mounting location should be where the display is easily viewed while being close enough
to provide the operator easy access to the keypad. Carefully lay out the mounting hole
locations, then drill and install the anchor bolts. Attach the gimbal to the wall and securely
tighten the retaining bolts.
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
Load Cell Cable Connection with RFI Suppression
CAUTION! Disconnect any external load cell power supply before connecting
load cells to the indicator. Failure to do so will result in permanent damage to
the indicator.
I/O
(Serial,
Isolated
Inputs or
Outputs)
I/O
(Serial,
Isolated
Inputs or
Outputs)
AC Power
100-240 VAC
0.4 Amp Max.
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Scale 2
Scale 1
Scale 3
Figure No. 2
To eliminate RFI, the load cell cable should be routed through the special metallic gland
connector and the shield wire from the load cell cable must be connected to this gland
connector for grounding. Refer to Figure No. 2 for the gland connector layout.
1. Remove the 14 acorn nuts securing the rear
panel to the main housing.
2. Loosen and remove the metal gland connector
nut and remove the plastic insert.
3. Referring to Figure No. 3, route the single cable
from the load cell or load cell junction box
through the nut and plastic insert and into the
enclosure.
Figure No. 3
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4. With the load cell cable routed into the enclosure, refer to Figure No. 4 and then remove
approximately 5 to 6 inches of the cable outer insulating jacket exposing the internal wires.
5. Next, cut the shield wire so that it extends past the outer jacket approximately 3/4 inch.
6. Now, remove 1/4 inch of insulation from the end of each of the four wires (without sense
leads) or six wires with sense leads.
5 to 6 inches
3/4 inch
Figure No. 4
1/4 inch
7. Referring to the table below (or on the circuit board) for terminal connections, connect each
wire to terminal block P13. Refer to Figure No. 13 for terminal block location.
PIN NO.
1
2
3
LOAD CELL CONNECTOR P13
Function
PIN NO.
+ EXCITATION
5
+ SENSE
6
+ SIGNAL
7
Function
- SIGNAL
- SENSE
- EXCITATION
8. To terminate a wire, use a small flat blade screwdriver and press down on the release bar
for the terminal. Insert the wire into the opening and remove the screwdriver, allowing the
release bar to return to its original position, locking the wire in place. See Figure No. 5.
Press
Down
Insert
Wire
Figure No. 5
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
9. Repeat the procedure until all wires are in place.
10. After all terminations have been made, remove the excess cable from the enclosure.
11. Referring to Figure No. 6, fold the shield wire back over the plastic insert and then insert
the plastic insert (with the shield wire) into the gland connector.
Figure No. 6
Shield
Wire
12. The shield wire is secured when tightening the gland connector nut. See Figure No. 7.
Figure No. 7
13. Do not over-tighten the connector but make certain it is snug.
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Load Cell Cable Connection without RFI Suppression
The following instructions describe the load cell connection without RFI Suppression should it
not be required.
1. Remove the 14 acorn nuts securing the rear panel to the main housing.
2. Referring to Figure No. 2, choose a gland connector for the load cell cable and loosen it.
3. Slip the single cable from the load cell or load cell junction box through the gland connector
and into the enclosure.
4. Referring to Figure No. 4, remove 3 inches (not 5 to 6 inches) of the outer insulation jacket
5. Next, remove 1/4 inch of insulation from each of the four wires and shield (without sense
leads) or six wires and shield (with sense leads).
6. Referring to the table below (or on the circuit board) for terminal connections, connect each
of the wires to terminal block P13. Refer to Figure No. 13 for terminal block location.
PIN NO.
1
2
3
4
LOAD CELL TERMINAL – (P13)
Function
PIN NO.
+ EXCITATION
5
+ SENSE
6
+ SIGNAL
7
SHIELD
Function
- SIGNAL
- SENSE
- EXCITATION
7. To terminate a wire, use a small flat blade screwdriver and press down on the release bar
for the terminal. Insert the wire into the terminal opening. Remove the screwdriver,
allowing the release bar to return to its original position, locking the wire in place. See
Figure No. 5.
8. Repeat the procedure until all wires are in place.
9. The load cell cable shield wire should be connected to terminal 4 on terminal block P13.
Load Cell Connections with Over 30 Feet of Cable
For installations with over 30 feet of cable between the indicator and the load cells, sense
wires should be used. The sense wires must be connected between the +SENS, -SENS
terminals on the indicator and the +EXCITATION, -EXCITATION wires of the load cells or the
+SENS, -SENS terminals of the load cell trim board or the section seal trim board. For the
indicator to use the sense wires, the +SENS jumper J7 and the -SENS jumper J9 must be
open (see Figure No. 13).
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
Serial I/O Cable Installation
The 225 may be connected to a printer to record weight and associated data or it may be
connected to a remote display or even to a computer for transmission of weight data. The
weight data may be transmitted on demand (pressing the PRINT key or on receipt of a
command from the computer).
1. If the rear panel of the indicator has been removed, proceed to step 2. Otherwise, remove
the 14 acorn nuts securing the rear panel to main housing
2. Loosen the gland connector for the serial cable. Refer to Figure No. 2 for the gland
connector layout.
3. Slip the serial cable through the gland connector and into the enclosure.
4. Referring to Figure No. 4, remove 2 inches (not 5 to 6 inches) of the outer insulation jacket
5. Next, remove 1/4 inch of insulation from each of the wires.
6. Connect each of the wires to the Serial I/O terminal block (P18) referring to Figure No. 13
for terminal block locations.
7. To terminate a wire, use a small flat blade screwdriver and press down on the release bar
for the terminal. Insert the wire into the terminal opening. Remove the screwdriver,
allowing the release bar to return to its original position, locking the wire in place. See
Figure No. 5.
8. Repeat procedure until all of wires are in place.
PRINTER
– TERMINAL (P14)
COM1 SERIAL
PIN NO.
Function
TxDPRINT-RS232
1
GND
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
¾
14
TxD1-SRC
TxD1-20mA+
TxD1-20mARxD1-RS232
TxD1-RS232
GND
CTS
COM2/3 SERIAL – TERMINAL (P18)
PIN NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Function
TxD2-SRC
TxD2-20mA+
TxD2-20mARxD2-SRC
RxD2-20mA+
RxD2-20mARxD2-RS232
TxD2-RS232
GND2
RxD3-RS232
TxD3-RS232
TxD3-20mA active
GND3
When connecting a serial printer (using the Cardinal serial data cable, 8539-B108-1A) only
two wires are used. The RED wire should be connected to Pin 1 (TXDPRINT-RS232) and
the BLACK wire to Pin 2 (GND).
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Serial Ports Specifications (Continuous or On-Demand Output*)
BAUD RATES ...................... 300 to 230.4K BAUD (each port individually selectable).
1. PRINTER (TxDPRINT) .... RS-232 OUTPUT ONLY USE TO 100’ AND 19.2K BAUD IR
2. COM1 (TxD1) ................... RS-232 BIDIRECTIONAL USE TO 100’ AND 20mA
CURRENT LOOP (active/passive) OUTPUT USE TO 1000’
3. COM2 (TxD2) ................... RS-232 BIDIRECTIONAL USE TO 100’ AND 20mA
CURRENT LOOP (active/passive) BIDIRECTIONAL USE TO
1000’
4. COM3 (TxD3) ................... RS-232 BIDIRECTIONAL USE TO 100’ AND 20mA
CURRENT LOOP (active) OUTPUT USE TO 1000’
*Continuous Output Rate = Weight Sample Rate
NOTE! The Max. output rate is limited by the selected baud rate.
Max output rate = 50 samples/sec at ” 9600 baud
Max output rate = 100 samples/sec at • 19.2k baud
Example:
PORT
MAXIMUM
DISTANCE
PRINTER
COM1
COM2
COM3
RS-232
OUTPUT
RS-232
INPUT
20mA
ACTIVE
OUTPUT
20mA
PASSIVE
OUTPUT
20mA
ACT/PASS
INPUT
IR
I/O
19.2KB
100’
100’
1,000’
1,000’
1,000’
10’
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1. SETUP MENU #2, SERIAL, PORT, SCALE=1, 2, 3, 4 (TOTAL), CONT=YES outputs
continuous weight of the designated scale out the designated port.
2. SETUP MENU #2, SERIAL, PORT, SCALE=1, 2, 3, 4 (TOTAL), CONT=NO outputs
weight-on-demand of the designated scale out the designated port.
3. SETUP MENU #2, SERIAL, PORT, SCALE=0, CONT=YES outputs continuous weight
of the selected (active) scale out the designated port for multi-scale operation.
Print Key Serial Port Selection
NOTE! The serial port used for the PRINT key is selected in the 24+066#$5 menu,
PORT= 0 [PRINTER (TxDPRINT)]
PORT= 1 (COM1)
PORT= 2 (COM2)
PORT= 3 (COM3)
NOTE! Multi-scale printing prints the selected (active) scale out the selected port.
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
I/O Ports Interconnections
Interconnect Wiring for COM1 20mA Current Loop Operation
Peripheral Device has ACTIVE END of Current Loop.
SERIAL I/O TxD1 (COM1)
P14
+V
225
Internal
Circuitry
1
TxDPRINT-RS232
2
GND
3
TxD1-SRC
4
TxD1-20mA +
Rx SOURCE
5
TxD1-20mA –
Rx RETURN
6
RxD1-RS232
7
TxD1-RS232
8
GND
9
CTS
Peripheral
Device
Interconnect Wiring for COM1 20mA Current Loop Operation
Peripheral Device has PASSIVE END of Current Loop.
+5
SERIAL I/O TxD1 (COM1)
P14
225
Internal
Circuitry
16
1
TxDPRINT-RS232
2
GND
3
TxD1-SRC
Rx RETURN
4
TxD1-20mA +
Rx ACTIVE
5
TxD1-20mA –
6
RxD1-RS232
7
TxD1-RS232
8
GND
9
CTS
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Peripheral
Device
INSTALLATION, CONT.
Interconnect Wiring for COM2 20mA Current Loop Operation
Peripheral Device has ACTIVE END of Current Loop.
+V
SERIAL I/O TxD2 (COM2)
P18
+V
+5
225
Internal
Circuitry
1
TxD2-SRC
2
TxD2-20mA +
Rx SOURCE
3
TxD2-20mA –
Rx RETURN
4
RxD2-SRC
5
RxD2-20mA +
Tx SOURCE
6
RxD2-20mA –
Tx RETURN
7
RxD2-RS232
8
TxD2-RS232
9
GND2
10
RxD3-RS232
11
TxD3-RS232
12
13
TxD3-20mA ACTIVE
GND3
Peripheral
Device
IMPORTANT!
A jumper MUST be installed
between P18 terminals 4 & 7
to enable 20mA Current Loop
Operation on COM2!
Interconnect Wiring for COM2 & COM3 20mA Current Loop Operation
Peripheral Device has PASSIVE END of Current Loop.
+5
+5
225
Internal
Circuitry
+5
SERIAL I/O TxD2 (COM2 & COM3)
P18
1
TxD2-SRC
Rx RETURN
2
TxD2-20mA +
Rx ACTIVE
3
TxD2-20mA –
4
RxD2-SRC
Tx RETURN
5
RxD2-20mA +
Tx ACTIVE
6
RxD2-20mA –
7
RxD2-RS232
8
TxD2-RS232
9
GND2
10
RxD3-RS232
11
TxD3-RS232
12
13
TxD3-20mA ACTIVE
GND3
Peripheral
Device
Rx RETURN
Rx ACTIVE
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
Optically Isolated Remote Inputs
Included with the I/O are 7 programmable inputs that may be used to remotely (up to 100 feet)
initiate various functions within the indicator. These inputs are accessed via a terminal block
(P17) on the back of the PC board (see Figure No. 13). The 7 inputs are defined as follows:
PIN NO.
1
2
3
4
5
REMOTE INPUTS TERMINAL – (P17)
Function
PIN NO.
+ SRC(12 to 24VDC)
6
ZERO
7
TARE
8
G/N (Gross/Net)
9
PRINT
10
Function
- - - - (Not Used)
STOP
START
DUMP
GND/SHIELD
Remember that the input must be connected to GND to initiate the function.
AC Input Relay Board(s)
The AC Input Relay Board(s) are mounted in an external junction box for use with the 225
Indicator. The RB4-ACIN (115 VAC) or RB4-ACINV (230 VAC) contain one board and
supports 4 inputs (jumper selectable). The RB8-ACIN (115 VAC) or RB8-ACINV (230 VAC)
contain two boards and supports seven inputs that are jumper selectable. The relay board
used in the 115 VAC versions is Cardinal p/n 8200-C324-0A. The 230 VAC version uses relay
board Cardinal p/n 8200-C324-1A. Connect the devices as shown in Figure No. 8.
INPUT RELAY TYPE IAC-5
90 to 140 VAC @ 6mA maximum for each plug-in relay
INPUT RELAY TYPE IAC-5A
180 to 280 VAC @ 6mA maximum for each plug-in relay
OUTPUT
5VDC @ 12mA from the 225 main pc board assembly P9
12VDC @ 12mA maximum from external source
CONNECTION
Removable plug-in screw terminals for up to 14 AWG wire
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
AC Input Relay Board(s), Cont.
225 Indicator – P17
Figure No. 8
Figure No. 5
Relay Box Assembly RB4-ACIN or RB8-ACIN
Relay Box Assembly RB4-ACINV or RB8-ACINV
NOTE! AC INPUT RELAYS ARE VOLTAGE DEPENDENT. A DIFFERENT
RELAY IS REQUIRED FOR 115 VAC AND 230 VAC!
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
Preset Weight Comparator/Checkweigher Logic Level Output
If you so choose, you may use the logic level outputs from your Model 225 indicator’s preset
weight comparators or checkweigher to control peripheral devices used to manage the flow of
material or signal when the weight is within preset limits. Note that these outputs are at logic
level and cannot drive external devices directly, with the exception of the Cardinal 2XX-OU
CHECK WEIGHER LIGHT BAR. Solid-state relays can be used to accept the logic level
output from the 225 and in turn, drive other external devices.
1. If the rear panel of the indicator has been removed, proceed to step 2. Otherwise, remove
the 14 acorn nuts securing the rear panel to main housing
2. Loosen the gland connector for the cable. Refer to Figure No. 2 for the gland connector
layout.
3. Slip the cable through the gland connector and into the enclosure.
4. Referring to Figure No. 4, remove 2 inches (not 5 to 6 inches) of the outer insulation jacket
5. Next, remove 1/4 inch of insulation from each of the wires.
6. Connect each of the wires to the Remote Outputs terminal block (P15 or P16) referring to
Figure No. 13 for terminal block locations.
7. To terminate a wire, use a small flat blade screwdriver and press down on the release bar
for the terminal. Insert the wire into the terminal opening. Remove the screwdriver,
allowing the release bar to return to its original position, locking the wire in place. See
Figure No. 5.
8. Repeat procedure until all wires are in place.
AC Output Relay Board(s)
The AC Output Relay Boards are mounted in an external junction box for use with the 225
Indicator and can be purchased from Cardinal. The RB4-ACOUT contains one board and
supports four outputs (jumper selectable). The RB8-ACOUT contains two boards and
supports eight outputs. The relay board used in both is (Cardinal p/n 8539-C062-0A).
Connect the devices to be controlled as shown in Figure No. 9 and 10.
The individual relays can be configured to be on (closed) or off (open) at weights under the
preset weight then switch at the preset weight from on-to-off or off-to-on by setting the under
weight condition to on or off during setup and calibration or setup review.
OUTPUT (closed)
28-240VAC @ 3A maximum for each plug-in relay
CONTROL INPUT
5VDC @ 12mA from the 225 main pc board assembly P8
CONNECTION
Removable plug-in screw terminals for up to 14 AWG wire
NOTE! All relays are the normally open type that will open when power to indicator is lost.
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
AC Output Relay Board(s), Cont.
225 Indicator – P15
Figure No. 9
Relay Box Assembly RB4-ACOUT or RB8-ACOUT
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
AC Output Relay Board(s), Cont.
225 Indicator – P16
Figure No. 10
Relay Box Assembly RB4-ACOUT or RB8-ACOUT
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
DC Output Relay Board(s)
The DC Output Relay Boards are mounted in an external junction box for use with the 225
Indicator and can be purchased from Cardinal. The RB4-DCOUT contains one board and
supports four outputs (jumper selectable). The RB8-DCOUT contains two boards and
supports eight outputs. The relay board used in all boxes is (Cardinal p/n 8539-C062-1A).
Connect the devices to be controlled as shown in Figures No. 11 & 12.
The individual relays can be configured to be on (closed) or off (open) at weights under the
preset weight then switch at the preset weight from on-to-off or off-to-on by setting the under
weight condition to on or off during setup and calibration in the DIO SETUP MENU.
OUTPUT (closed)
CONTROL INPUT
CONNECTION
3 to 60VDC @ 3A maximum for each plug-in relay
5VDC @ 12mA from the 225 main pc board assembly P8
Removable plug-in screw terminals for up to 14 AWG wire
NOTE! All relays are the normally open type that will open when power to indicator is lost.
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
DC Output Relay Board(s), Cont.
225 Indicator – P15
3 to 60 VDC
3A max.
P
K1 K2 1/5
PWC
K1 K2 1/5 2/6
PWC
K1 K2 3/7 4/8
DC DC
− +
Figure No. 11
Relay Box Assembly RB4-DCOUT or RB8-DCOUT
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
DC Output Relay Board(s), Cont.
225 Indicator – P16
3 to 60 VDC
3A max.
P
K1 K2 1/5
PWC
K1 K2 1/5 2/6
PWC
K1 K2 3/7 4/8
DC DC
− +
Figure No. 12
Relay Box Assembly RB4-DCOUT or RB8-DCOUT
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
Main PC Board I/O Functions Table
Refer to Figure No. 8 for the AC Input Relay board, Figure No. 9 and Figure No. 10 for the AC
Output Relay boards, Figure No. 11 and Figure No. 12 for the DC Output Relay boards and
Figure No. 13 for the Main PCB.
INPUTS
OUTPUTS
PWC
CHECKWEIGHER
P17
INPUTS
P15
Presets
Check 3
Check 5
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ZERO
TARE
Gross/Net
PRINT
PAUSE
STOP
START
DUMP
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PWC 1
PWC 2
PWC 3
PWC 4
PWC 5
PWC 6
PWC 7
PWC 8
Under
Accept
Over
Under
Lo Under
Accept
Lo Over
Over
P16
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Presets
PWC 9
PWC 10
PWC 11
PWC 12
PWC 13
PWC 14
PWC 15
PWC 16
Check 3
Check 5
DFC
BATCHER
1 Speed 2 Speed
Fill
Fast
Slow
1 Speed 2 Speed
Dump
Dump
Batch 1
Batch 2
Fill 1
Fill 2
Fill 3
Fill 4
Fill 5
Fill 6
Fill 7
Fill 8
Fast 1
Slow 1
Fast 2
Slow 2
Fast 3
Slow 3
Fast 4
Slow 4
Batch 1
Fill 9
Fill 10
Fill 11
Fill 12
Fill 13
Fill 14
Fill 15
Dump
Batch 2
Fast 5
Slow 5
Fast 6
Slow 6
Fast 7
Slow 7
Dump
Relay Box Cable Wire Number to Relay Number Table
The relay box cable wire numbers correspond to the indicator main PC board remote input
(P17) and output (P15 and P16) terminal connection pins.
CABLE WIRE
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
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RELAY NUMBER
(Set Proper Jumpers)
+SRC (For AC Input Relays)
1
2
3
4
CABLE WIRE
NUMBER
6
7
8
9
10
RELAY NUMBER
(Set Proper Jumpers)
5
6
7
8
GND
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MAIN PC BOARD
CAUTION! This board contains static sensitive components. Improper
handling can result in damage to or destruction of the components or board.
Such actual and/or consequential damage IS NOT covered under warranty.
J1
POWER
P5
COM2/3 P18
(SERIAL I/O)
P10
MEGA3
ISP
REMOTE
INPUTS P17
J6
P11
Option
Board
REMOTE
OUTPUTS P16
P7
IIC BUS
J4
J5
P8
2560 ISP
J2
TWO SCALE
INPUT BOARD
J9
J8
J3
P6 CAL
SEAL
J7
J10
REMOTE
PRINTER P14
LOAD
OUTPUTS P15 COM1 SERIAL CELL P13
Figure No. 13
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MAIN PC BOARD, CONT.
J1 (AUTO ON) – AUTO-ON JUMPER
When installed, this jumper will cause the indicator to power on automatically whenever power
is applied to the power input connector. If power is lost momentarily and then reapplied, the
indicator will turn on without pressing the ON key.
J2 (TEST) – TEST JUMPER
When installed, this jumper will turn the backlight on, ignoring the $#%-.+6' setting.
J3 (8V) – 8V EXCITATION JUMPER
When installed, this jumper allows the 225 indicator to supply 8 VDC excitation voltage when a
remote (external) 12 VDC battery is used to power the indicator. To operate from the 12 VDC
battery, the load cell excitation voltage MUST be set to 8 VDC (J3 closed). Operating with the
load cell excitation voltage set to 12 VDC will result in an unstable weight display.
J4 (PWC1-8) and J5 (PWC9-16) – ACTIVE REMOTE OUT JUMPERS
When installed, these jumpers allow the 225 indicator to supply (source) 5 VDC to a solid-state
relay or other load of 200 ohms or greater. To operate from the 5 VDC source, the positive
connection from the relays must be connected to P15 (P16) pins 2 through 9 and the negative
wire from the relays to P15 (P16) pin 10 (GND). See Figure No. 9 for connector P15 location
and Figure No. 10 for connector P16 location.
For completely isolated outputs, J4 (J5) must be open (on one pin only or removed) and the
user must provide 5 to 12 VDC to P15 (P16) pin 1 (+SRC) and a ground return to the load.
The load must still be 200 ohms or greater and P15 (P16) pin 10 (GND) is not connected.
J6 (REMOTE IN) – REMOTE IN JUMPER
When installed, this jumper allows the 225 indicator to supply (source) 5 VDC to a remote input
circuit. Connecting P17 pins 1 through 9 to P17 pin 10 (GND) through a switch will cause the
selected action. See Figure No. 8 for connector P17 location.
For completely isolated inputs, J6 must be open (on one pin only or removed) and the user
must provide 5 to 12 VDC to P17 pin 1 (+SRC) and a ground return to the switch connected
to P17 pin 2 through 9. Note that P17 pin 10 (GND) is not connected.
J7 (+SEN) and J9 (-SEN) – SENSE JUMPERS
If the sense leads are NOT used, you must install jumpers at J7 and J9 (near the P13 and P14
terminal blocks). These jumpers connect the sense leads to the excitation leads. If sense
leads ARE used (as in motor truck scales), these jumpers should be open (on one pin only or
removed).
J8 (DLB) – DEAD LOAD BOOST JUMPER
For very low dead loads (less than 10% of the combined load cell capacity), connect J8, the
DLB (dead load boost) jumper on the printed circuit board.
J10 (GTC) – GND TO CHASSIS JUMPER
When installed, this jumper connects the analog circuit ground to the indicator chassis ground.
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RE-INSTALLING THE REAR PANEL
After all terminations have been made,
1. Remove the excess cable from the instrument enclosure and securely tighten each of
the cable gland connectors.
y
Do not over-tighten these connectors but make certain they are snug.
y
DO NOT USE TOOLS! Finger-tighten only!
2. Ensure any unused gland connectors are plugged and replace the rear panel.
3. Secure the rear panel with the 14 acorn nuts removed earlier.
4. Follow a diagonal pattern when tightening the acorn nuts.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
The Model 225 indicator has 8 standard function keys, a full “QWERTY” alpha-numeric
keypad, 4 soft (programmable) keys and 4 navigation keys with an interactive ENTER key.
The keypad is used to enter commands and data into the indicator. This section describes
each key along with its normal function. Refer to Figure No. 14 or the actual indicator while
reading this section.
The membrane keypad is not to be operated with pointed objects (pencils,
pens, fingernails, etc). Damage to keypad resulting from this practice is NOT
covered under warranty.
Navigation
Keys
Soft Keys
Standard
Function Keys
Alphanumeric
Keys
Figure No. 14
Standard Function Keys
ON/OFF KEY
Pressing this key when the indicator is off will apply power and turn it ON. If the indicator is
already on, pressing this key will turn the indicator OFF.
ZERO KEY
This key is used to reset the gross weight to zero. If the gross weight exceeds the preset
limit for this key, an error message will be displayed when the key is pressed. The zero limit
may be set to either 4% (±2) or 100% of scale capacity. The limit is set during Calibration
and Setup of the scale.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Standard Function Keys, Cont.
TARE KEY
This key is a dual function key. Pressing the TARE key alone (Pushbutton Tare mode) will
cause the current gross weight to be stored as the new tare weight and cause the weight
display to change to the net weight display mode (0'6 will be shown on right side of
display). Pressing this key after entering a numeric value (Keypad Tare) will cause the
value entered to be accepted as the new tare weight.
NOTE: Tare weights equal to or greater than scale capacity cannot be entered. In
addition, the keypad tare weight division value must be the same as the scale division
value. For example, a unit with .005 lb as the division value will display '4414 if you
attempt to enter 1.003 for the tare weight.
NET/GROSS KEY
This key is used to toggle between the Net and Gross weight mode. The selected mode is
indicated by showing ) for Gross weight or 0'6 for Net weight on the display. Note that
the display will show an error (016#4') and the indicator will remain in the Gross
weight mode if the key is pressed and valid tare weight has not been entered.
UNITS KEY
Pressing this key will change the weighing units to the alternate units if selected during the
calibration and setup of the indicator. The available units of measure ($#5'70+65
and %08670+65) are enabled or disabled in calibration and setup. The available units
include tons, pounds only, ounces, Tonnes (metric tons), kilograms, grams and custom.
Note that not all combinations are supported.
ACCUM KEY
This key is used to display the contents of the 32 ID accumulators, the total Gross and Net
weight accumulators, the 200 ID storage accumulators, the Batcher bin accumulators and
the Count Function piece count accumulators. Note that the Total Gross, Total Net and
Count accumulators are updated with every print command. Refer to the NET/GROSS
ACCUMULATORS, ID STORAGE OPERATION (ID ACCUMULATORS) OR COUNT
OPERATION sections of this manual for more information.
TIME/DATE KEY
This key is used to program the time, date and consecutive number. Refer to the TIME,
DATE AND CONSECUTIVE NUMBER section of this manual more information.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Standard Function Keys, Cont.
PRINT KEY
Pressing this key will add the displayed Gross or Net weight or Piece Count to the
associated accumulator and initiate the transmission of weight and other data selected
during setup to the printer output port unless the continuous data feature of the port was
enabled during calibration and setup.
NOTE! The indicator will not respond to the Print command unless the weight
display is stable. If displaying Gross weight, the only weight printed is Gross
weight. If displaying Net weight, the Gross, Tare, and Net weights are printed.
The Model 225 includes support for Cardinal’s
proprietary VISUALIZER Ticket and Label
Generation Software. VISUALIZER is a PC based
program that can design a ticket or label then
download the ticket information to the indicator.
The program also allows file transfer between the
indicator and the PC.
The 225 allows six programmable formats in
addition to the standard print tab settings format.
Print formats are selected by using the SHIFT and
PRINT keys in combination (refer to the Shift Key
section for details). NOTE! When the PRINT key
is pressed the indicator looks for the selected
format. If no VISUALIZER ticket is found it reverts
to the print tab settings.
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#2
10:19 07/23/2008
100.00 lb G
20.00 lb T
80.00 lb N
0.00 lb GROSS
ACCUM
272.00 lb NET ACCUM
SAMPLE TICKET
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Alphanumeric Keys
The alphanumeric keys are used to enter commands and data into the indicator during
Calibration and Setup as well as during normal operations.
NUMERIC KEYS (1 to 9 and 0)
These keys are used to enter numeric data during the setup and calibration as well as
during normal operation of the indicator. Note that they have alternate meanings. In the
alphanumeric mode, when combined with the SHIFT key, their alternate meaning is output.
For example, pressing the SHIFT key and then the 4 key will output the $ dollar sign.
m /ESC KEY
This key has several functions. During Setup, when a setup parameter is displayed,
pressing this key will "backup" to the previous selection. Also note that on prompts requiring
a value to be entered, pressing the m /ESC key will clear the value.
In normal operation, this key is used during numeric data input to delete a number entered.
If the last number entered is incorrect, press the m /ESC key once to deleted the number.
If more than the last number is incorrect, press the m /ESC key for each number to be
deleted. Note that if a number has not been entered, the indicator will ignore this key.
QWERTY KEYS
These keys are used to enter alpha data during Calibration and Setup as well as during
normal operations. Pressing the SHIFT key before pressing an alpha key will toggle the key
to output its alternate meaning. For example, pressing the SHIFT key then the A key will
output a lower case “a” (not a capital letter).
ENTER KEY
The ENTER key serves several purposes. During Calibration and Setup (as well as during
normal operations), pressing the key will retain the current setting and return the display to
the menu display. It is also used when entering or changing data to signal the completion of
data entry. The data entered will then be processed or saved.
During normal operations, it is used in combination with the SHIFT key to increase the LCD
contrast.
SPACE
This key is used to enter a blank space during alphanumeric data input for Calibration and
Setup as well as during normal operations. When combined with the SHIFT key, it is used
to decrease the display contrast.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Alphanumeric Keys, Cont.
SHIFT
This key is used for several functions. It is used in combination with the Navigation ENTER
key (red square key in center of the Navigation arrows) to enter the Calibration and Setup
mode.
During Calibration and Setup (as well as during normal operations), pressing the key before
pressing an alphanumeric key will toggle the key to output its alternate meaning. For
example, when combined with an alphabetic key, the SHIFT key causes a lower case letter
(not a capital letter) to be output.
Shift Key Combinations
SHIFT, ESC, ACCUM KEY
The 225 will retain and display on command the maximum weight value measured since the
indicator has begun operation or since the maximum value was last cleared. The maximum
value is displayed by pressing the SHIFT key, the ESC key and then the ACCUM key when
the display is showing the (70%6+10 prompt. Press the ENTER key to exit and return
to normal operation.
SHIFT, ESC, PRINT KEY
This combination is used to change the selected print ticket format. Pressing the SHIFT
key, the ESC key and then the PRINT key when the display is showing the (70%6+10
prompt. The display will change to show 24+06:. Note that X is the current ticket
format selected.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to exit and return to normal
operation. Otherwise, using the numeric keys enter the new value for the ticket format and
then press the ENTER key to exit and return to normal operation.
0 = Print Tab Settings
1 = Default Print Format
4 = VISUALIZER Ticket
2 = VISUALIZER Ticket
5 = VISUALIZER Ticket
3 = VISUALIZER Ticket
6 = VISUALIZER Ticket
In addition to using the above key combination to change the print ticket format, the
operator (just prior to printing the ticket) can change the print ticket format at the end of the
weighing operation. This is accomplished by performing the normal weighing operation and
then pressing the desired format number (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6), followed by pressing the
PRINT key.
NOTE! When a print format is selected by either method, it will remain active
until changed by the operator.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Shift Key Combinations, Cont.
SHIFT, ENTER KEY
During normal operations, this combination is used to increase the LCD contrast. Refer to
the DISPLAY CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT section of this manual for more information.
SHIFT, SPACE KEY
This combination is used during normal operations to decrease the display contrast. Refer
to the DISPLAY CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT section of this manual for more information.
SHIFT & TARE KEY
This combination is used during normal operations to display the current Tare weight. The
tare weight will be displayed for 3 seconds and then the 225 will return to normal operations.
SHIFT, UNITS KEY
This combination will enter the Test mode. Refer to the TEST MODE AND ERASING
MEMORY section of this manual for more information.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Soft Keys
MEM KEY
This key is used by the ID Storage feature to enter permanent identification (ID) strings and
perform other ID functions. Refer to the ID STORAGE OPERATION section of this manual
for more information.
ID KEY
This key is used to display and enter an alphanumeric identification (ID) string for use in
printing and in the ID Storage feature. Refer to the ID STORAGE OPERATION section of
this manual for more information.
DELETE KEY
This key is used by the ID Storage feature to delete ID numbers. Refer to the ID STORAGE
OPERATION section of this manual for more information.
PRESET KEY
This key is used to enter the Preset Weight Comparators “PWC” weight and trim values.
Refer to the PRESET WEIGHT COMPARATORS OPERATION section of this manual for
more information.
COUNT KEY
This key is used by the Counting feature. Refer to the Operation, COUNTING FEATURE
OPERATION section of this manual for more information.
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ANNUNCIATORS
The annunciators are turned on to show that the indicator is in the mode corresponding to the
annunciator label or that the status indicated by the label is active.
¼» (ZERO)
This annunciator is turned on to show that the
weight is within +/- 1/4 division of the center
of zero.
(STABLE)
This annunciator is turned on when the
weight display is stable. This indicates the
change in successive weight samples is less
than the motion limits selected during
Calibration and Setup.
) (GROSS)
This annunciator is turned on to indicate that
the displayed weight is the Gross weight.
0'6
This annunciator is turned on to show that the
displayed weight is the Net weight (Gross
weight less Tare weight).
6
This annunciator is turned on to indicate that
the displayed weight is the tare weight.
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ANNUNCIATORS, CONT.
Q\ (OUNCES)
This annunciator is turned on to show that the
displayed weight unit is ounces, for example,
Q\
ND (POUNDS)
This annunciator is turned on to show that the
displayed weight unit is pounds, for example,
ND
VP (TONS)
This annunciator is turned on to show that the
displayed weight is avoirdupois tons, for
example,
VP
I (GRAMS)
This annunciator is turned on to indicate that
the displayed weight measurement is grams,
for example,
I
MI (KILOGRAMS)
This annunciator is turned on to indicate that
the displayed weight is kilograms, for
MI
example,
V (TONNES “METRIC TONS”)
This annunciator is turned on to show that the
displayed weight measurement is metric tons,
for example,
V
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TIME, DATE AND CONSECUTIVE NUMBER
12-Hour Clock Format Selected in Setup (6+/')
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the TIME/DATE key.
2. The display will change to show 6+/'::::::, where XXXXXX is the current time.
3. If the time displayed is correct, press the ENTER key and proceed to step 5.
4. Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the correct time (HHMMSS) and then press
the ENTER key.
IMPORTANT! Note that with a 12-hour clock format, 8:30 AM or 8:30 PM are entered
the same way, as 083000. The next prompt (#/) determines whether AM or PM is
printed on the ticket.
5. The display will change to show #/:::, where XXX is current setting (YES or NO).
6. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key and proceed to step 8.
7. Otherwise, press YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the ENTER key to save the
new setting and proceed to the next prompt.
8. The display will change to show &#6'::::::. Note that XXXXXX is the current
date displayed in the format selected during Calibration and Setup. See the 75#
parameter in SETUP MENU #1.
9. If the date displayed is correct, press the ENTER key and proceed to step 11.
10. Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the correct date (in the format selected during
Calibration and Setup, MMDDYY or DDMMYY) and then press the ENTER key.
11. The display will change to show %0%01::::::, where XXXXXX is the current
consecutive number.
12. If the consecutive number displayed is correct, press the ENTER key to return to normal
operations.
13. Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the new consecutive number (6 digits max.)
and then press the ENTER key to return to normal operations.
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TIME, DATE AND CONSECUTIVE NUMBER, CONT.
24-Hour Clock Format Selected in Setup (TIME=24)
1.
2.
3.
4.
With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the TIME/DATE key.
The display will change to show 6+/'::::::, where XXXXXX is the current time.
If the time displayed is correct, press the ENTER key and proceed to step 5.
Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the correct time (HHMMSS) and then press
the ENTER key.
IMPORTANT! With a 24-hour clock format, AM and PM times are entered differently.
y When entering times before noon, the actual time is entered. For example, 8:30
AM would be entered (and would print on the ticket) as 083000.
y When entering times after noon, you must add 12 to the time. For example, 8:30
PM would be entered (and would print on the ticket) as 203000.
5. The display will change to show &#6'::::::. Note that XXXXXX is the current
date displayed in the format selected during Calibration and Setup. See the 75#
parameter in SETUP MENU #1.
6. If the date displayed is correct, press the ENTER key and proceed to step 8.
7. Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the correct date (in the format selected during
Calibration and Setup, MMDDYY or DDMMYY) and then press the ENTER key.
8. The display will change to show %0%01::::::, where XXXXXX is the current
consecutive number.
9. If the consecutive number displayed is correct, press the ENTER key to return to normal
operations.
10. Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the new consecutive number (6 digits max.)
and then press the ENTER key to return to normal operations.
DISPLAY CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT
The Model 225 indicator uses a combination of the SHIFT, ENTER and SPACE keys to adjust
the contrast of the LCD display.
To Increase the LCD Contrast
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press and hold the SHIFT key and
then press the ENTER key.
2. Repeat pressing the ENTER key to increase the contrast to the desired level.
3. When the LCD contrast is at the desired level, stop pressing the ENTER key and
release the SHIFT key to save the setting and return to normal operating mode.
To Reduce the LCD Contrast
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press and hold the SHIFT key and
then press the SPACE key.
2. Repeat pressing the SPACE key to reduce the contrast to the desired level.
3. When the LCD contrast is at the desired level, stop pressing the SPACE key and
release the SHIFT key to save the setting and return to normal operating mode.
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CALIBRATION AND SETUP
Security Seals
A Category 1 Audit Trial is provided on the Model 225 with two event counters that increment
when a change is made to features that are required by NTEP or OIML to be sealed. One
counter is designated for calibration parameters and one is designated for configuration
changes as required in NCWM Publication 14, 2007. Each event counter has a capacity to
record 999 changes. The data for the counters is maintained in non-volatile memory. Refer to
the VIEW AUDIT TRAIL COUNTERS section of this manual for more information.
If your local metrology laws require the use of physical sealing, the Model 225 has been
designed with two types of security seals. One seal, a calibration jumper prevents
unauthorized access to the calibration adjustments while the second seal (lead-wire) prevents
the rear panel from being removed from the indicator to gain access to the jumper.
NOTE! The calibration seal jumper (P6) is located on the main printed circuit board and can
only be accessed by removing the rear panel of the indicator.
The following setup parameters CAN NOT be changed with the calibration seal jumper (P6)
installed.
On SETUP/REVIEW MENU
%#.+$4#6'5%#.'
On SETUP MENU #1
75#
1+/.
05%
011(5%#.'5
.(6
616#.+<'
On Setup Menu #2
On Setup Menu #3
%#.+$4#6'
)0#%%7/5
On 4. SETUP SCALE MENU #1
$#5'70+65
<.+/+6
56#$.'
%08670+65
29472<
56$.%06
<64#%-
5#/2.'5
96+06'48#.5
On 4. SETUP SCALE MENU #1
(+.6'4
($4-
&22
(/#:
+06'48#.
%#2
NOTE! With the calibration seal jumper installed, a long error beep with %#.5'#.
displayed will occur when attempting to change the above listed parameters.
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CALIBRATION AND SETUP, CONT.
Your 225 indicator has been thoroughly tested and calibrated before being shipped to you. If
you received the indicator attached to a scale, calibration is not necessary. If the indicator is
being connected to a scale for the first time or recalibration is necessary for other reasons,
proceed as indicated.
Calibration and Setup of the indicator is accomplished entirely by the keypad and does not
require removing a calibration jumper or pressing a calibration switch1.
During the calibration and setup process, it is necessary to enter operational parameters and
data using the indicator keypad.
• Pressing the ENTER key without entering a new value will retain the current setting and
return the display to the menu display.
• To change a setting, enter or select a new value and then press the ENTER key. The
new setting will be saved and the display will return to the menu display.
• Note that pressing the m /ESC key on YES or NO prompts will “backup” to the
previous selection. Also note that on prompts requiring a value to be entered, pressing
the m /ESC key will clear the value.
Figure No. 15
Navigation
Keys
Soft Keys
Alphanumeric
Keys
CAUTION! The membrane keypad is not to be operated with pointed objects
(pencils, pens, fingernails, etc). Damage to keypad resulting from this practice
will NOT be covered under warranty.
1
If your local metrology laws require the use of physical sealing, to enter calibration and setup,
the calibration seal jumper must be removed. You may gain access to this jumper by
removing the fourteen (14) acorn nuts securing the rear panel. Refer to Figure No. 13 for the
location of the jumper.
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CALIBRATION AND SETUP, CONT.
With the indicator ON, press the SHIFT key and then press the Navigation ENTER key (red
square key in center of the Navigation arrows). The display will change to show the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
5'6724'8+'9/'07
'06'4%#.+$4#6+10#0&5'672
8+'9#7&+664#+.%1706'45
%#.+$4#6'5%#.'
&'.%7561/6+%-'6
24+065'672
'[email protected]':+6
'06'4%#.+$4#6+10#0&5'672
SETUP MENU #1
With the SETUP/REVIEW MENU displayed, press the 1 key and then the ENTER key. The
display will change to show SETUP MENU #1.
5'672/'07
75#:::
%.46#4':::
05%:::
%.'#4+&:::
.(6:::
011(5%#.'5:
1+/.:::
616#.+<':::
6+/'::
/1&'1(12014/
'PVGT5GNGEVKQPB0':[email protected]':+6
75#::: (DOMESTIC or INTERNATIONAL)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 75# parameter will be shown.
Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the
next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to SETUP MENU #1.
75#;'5 (Domestic)
&#6'= MM/DD/YY
<.+/+6= NO
%#2+ 5% to OC
75#01 (International)
&#6'= DD/MM/YY
<.+/+6= YES
%#2+ 9 grads to OC
'64CDNG= YES
PT printed with tare. Lamp test on
power up. Lorry Weigher Operation
(Any MODE OF OP but 1 or 6).
NSC (Australia NSC Requirements)
setup parameter selection allowed
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CALIBRATION AND SETUP, CONT.
05%::: (AUSTRALIA NSC REQUIREMENTS)
NOTE! In countries requiring the 225 to meet Australia NSC requirements, the 75#
parameter must be set for international use (75#01) to allow the 05%:::
setup parameter selection.
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 05% parameter will be shown.
Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the
next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to SETUP MENU #1.
05%;'5
Australia NSC Requirements
Enabled
05%01
Australia NSC Requirements
Disabled
.(6::: (LEGAL FOR TRADE)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the .(6 parameter will be shown.
Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the
next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 3 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to SETUP MENU #1.
.(6;'5
Interval Settings (+06'48#.)
allowed are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50
.(601
Interval Setting (+06'48#.) is
selectable from 1 to 99.
NOTE! If .(6;'5and 75#;'5
Division must be 100 to 10,000
<64#%-= .5 or 0 to 3
Inhibit serial data during input
&#6'= MM/DD/YY
<.+/+6= NO
%#2+ 5% to OC
NOTE! If .(601
Enables the Converted Units Net
Weight print feature
NOTE! If .(6;'5 and 75#01
56#$.'= 1
&#6'= DD/MM/YY
<64#%- = 0.5
<.+/+6= yes
%#2 + 9 grads to OC
PT printed with tare
Lamp test on power up
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CALIBRATION AND SETUP, CONT.
1+/.::: (PROTECTIVE INTERFACE)
NOTE! If the 225 is used in a country where the application requires a protective
interface, the 75# parameter must be set for international use (75#01) to allow
the 1+/.::: setup parameter selection.
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 1+/. parameter will be
shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 4 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to SETUP MENU #1.
1+/.;'5
Protective Interface Enabled
1+/.01
Protective Interface Disabled
NOTE! When YES is selected, serial port COM1 will be dedicated to outputting scale gross
weight whenever the application is executing.
6+/':: (CLOCK TIME FORMAT)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 6+/' parameter will be
shown. Note that XX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 5 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter 12 or 24
and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the SETUP MENU #1.
6+/'
12 hour clock (AM/PM)
(8:30 PM will print as 08:30 PM)
6+/'
24 hour clock
(8:30 PM will print as 20:30)
%.46#4'::: (CLEAR TARE)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the %.46#4' parameter will be
shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 6 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to SETUP MENU #1.
%.46#4';'5
Automatically clears Stored Tare
when Net weight goes below zero
%.46#4'01
Stored Tare is not cleared when
Net weight goes below zero
The following is a typical example of the Clear Tare feature in use.
1. Place container on scale, then press the TARE key.
2. Load container with item to be weighed and perform normal weighing operation.
3. Remove load (item AND container) from scale.
4. Scale weight returns to below zero (weight of container) and is then reset to zero.
5. Operator is required to repeat step 1 before next weighing operation.
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CALIBRATION AND SETUP, CONT.
%.'#4+&::: (CLEAR ID)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the %.'#4+& parameter will be
shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 7 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to SETUP MENU #1.
%.4+&;'5
Automatically clears ID after print
%.4+&01
ID is not cleared after print
011(5%#.'5: (NUMBER OF SCALES)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 011(5%#.'5 parameter
will be shown. Note that X is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 8 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
number of scales and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to
SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values are 1, 2 or 3.
NOTE! Support for more than 1 scale requires the 225-DS (Dual Scale) Card.
If 2 or 3 are entered for number of scales, the 225 will check for additional
scales. If additional scales are not found, it will display an error message and
default back to 1 scale.
616#.+<'::: (SCALE TOTALIZER)
With the 225-DS (Dual Scale) Card installed and the number of scales set for 2 or 3, the 225
can sum the weights of two or more scales and make the total available to be displayed.
The totalizer can be referenced as if it were another scale. NOTE! The totalizer’s scale
number will always be 4 regardless of the actual number of scales attached to the indicator.
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 616#.+<' parameter will
be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 9 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to SETUP MENU #1.
616#.+<';'5
Scale Totalizer Enabled
616#.+<'01
Scale Totalizer Disabled
NOTE! All scales to be included in the totalizer must have identical settings for:
$#5'70+65, %08670+65, +06'48#., &&2, 5#/2.'5, 56#$.'
and 56$.%06. If these are not the same, an error message will be displayed.
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CALIBRATION AND SETUP, CONT.
/1&'1(12::::: (MODE OF OPERATION)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the /1&'1(12 parameter will
be shown. Note that X is the current value and XXXX is the mode of operation abbreviation.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to
proceed to SETUP MENU #2 or press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 0 keys and then the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the /QFG1H1RGTCVKQP/GPW.
0QTOCN+PFKECVQT (Normal Indicator = 014/)
Press the 0 key, the ENTER key and then press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to
exit and return to SETUP MENU #1. Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to
proceed to the next display, SETUP MENU #2.
+&5VQTCIG (ID Storage = +&5)
Press the 1 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to the ID Storage Menu. Refer to
the ID STORAGE SETUP, Mode Of Operation = 1 (ID Storage) section of this manual.
&KIKVCN(KNN%VTN (Digital Fill Control = &(%)
Press the 2 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to the Digital Fill Control Menu.
Refer to the 225 Digital Fill Control manual.
2TGUGV9GKIJV%QOR (Preset Weight Comp = 29%)
Press the 3 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to the Preset Weight Comparator
Menu. Refer to the PRESET WEIGHT COMPARATORS SETUP, Mode Of Operation = 3
(Preset Weight Comp) section of this manual.
%JGEM9GKIJGT (Check Weigher = %*9)
Press the 4 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to the Check Weigher Menu. Refer
to the 225 Check Weigher manual.
$CVEJGT (Batcher = $#64)
Press the 5 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to the Batcher Menu. Refer to the
225 Batcher manual.
2CEMCIG9GKIJGT (Package Weigher = 2-9)
Press the 6 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to the Package Weigher Menu.
Refer to the 225 Package Weigher manual.
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SETUP MENU #2
SERIAL INPUT/OUTPUT SETUP
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to
SETUP MENU #2.
5'672/'07
5'4+#.
&+1
24+066#$5
5'6725%#.'
%#.+$4#6'
'PVGT5GNGEVKQPB0':[email protected]'8
5'4+#. (SERIAL INPUT/OUTPUT)
With SETUP MENU #2 displayed, press the 1 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to
the Serial Menu.
5GTKCN/GPW
24+06'4
%1/
%1/
%1/
'[email protected]':+6
24+06'4 (PRINTER)
With the Serial Menu displayed, press the 1 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to the
PRINTER SETUP MENU.
24+06'45'672/'07
$#7&:::::::
6;2':::::::::::
2#4+6;:::::
5%#.'
$+65:
+410:::
56125:
%106:::
'[email protected]':+6
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CALIBRATION AND SETUP, CONT.
$#7&::::::: (PRINTER PORT BAUD RATE)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the $#7&
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XXXXXX is the actual
baud rate. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer port baud rate and then press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 0 through 13.
0 = 300
1 = 600
2 = 1200
3 = 2400
4 = 4800
5 = 9600
6 = 14400
7 = 19200
8 = 28800
9 = 38400
12 = 115200
13 = 230400
10 = 57600
11 = 76000
2#4+6;::::: (PRINTER PARITY RATE)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 2#4+6;
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XXXX is the description.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer parity rate and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 0, 1 or 2.
0 = NONE (No Parity)
1 = Odd Parity
2 = Even Parity
$+65: (PRINTER DATA BITS)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the $+65
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 3 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer data bits and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 7 or 8.
56125: (PRINTER STOP BITS)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 56125
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 4 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer stop bits and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 1 or 2.
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%106::: (PRINTER CONTINUOUS OUTPUT)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the %106
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 5 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU.
%106;'5
Continuous Output Enabled
%10601
Continuous Output Disabled
6;2'::::::::::: (PRINTER CONTINUOUS OUTPUT SELECTION)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 6;2'
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XXXXXXXXXX is the
description. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 6 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer continuous output selection and then press the ENTER key to save
the new setting and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 0
through 7 and 9.
0 = SMA
1 = SB400
2 = TOLEDO (See Note)
3 = IQ355
4 = NUMERIC WT
5 = SB500
6 = SB250/500M
NOTE! If you selected 61.'&1 for the 6;2' parameter, the following setup menu
parameters will be shown after pressing the ENTER key:
24+064%106+071751762765'.'%6+10
PQ%-57/
5*146PQ%-57/
YKVJ%-57/
5*146YKVJ%-57/
61.'&1(QTOCV:
With the PRINTR CONTINUOUS OUTPUT SELECTION menu displayed the current
setting for the 61.'&1(QTOCV parameter will be shown. Note that X is the
current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU.
Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the value for the TOLEDO Format and then
press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to PRINTER SETUP MENU.
Allowable values are 0, 1, 2, or 3.
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5%#.': (SCALE USED FOR PRINTER DATA)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 5%#.'
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 7 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the scale the printer will receive data from and then press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU. Allowable values are
1 through 4. NOTE! Scale 1 is the default setting. Also note, 4 is the Scale Totalizer.
+410::: (INFRARED “IR” DATA PORT)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the +410
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to the Serial Menu.
Otherwise, press the 8 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU.
+410;'5
IR Data Port is Enabled and IR
input is allowed.
+41001
IR Data Port is Disabled and IR
input will be ignored.
NOTE! If you selected 5$ for the 6;2' parameter, the following
setup parameters /CPWCN/QFG and 6JTGU9V will be shown on the
PRINTER SETUP MENU.
/CPWCN/QFG::: (MANUAL LIGHT MODE)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the
/CPWCN/QFG parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to
the Serial Menu.
Otherwise, press the 9 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the PRINTER SETUP MENU.
/CPWCN/QFG;'5
Manual Mode is Enabled. Pressing
START/STOP key will toggle traffic
light between Green and Red.
/CPWCN/QFG01
Manual Mode is Disabled.
Threshold weight is used to toggle
light between Green and Red.
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6JTGU9V::::::: (THRESHOLD WEIGHT FOR AUTO MODE)
With the PRINTER SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 6JTGU9V
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXX is the current value. If the setting
displayed is acceptable, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to the
Serial Menu.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 0 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the value for the threshold weight1 used to control the traffic light auto mode and
then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the PRINTER SETUP
MENU. Note that entering 0 disables the traffic light auto mode.
1
If scale gross weight is less than or equal to threshold weight, traffic light will be Green.
When scale gross weight is greater than threshold weight, traffic light will be Red.
NOTE! If manual light mode is disabled (/CPWCN/QFG01) and 0 is entered
for the threshold weight (6JTGU9V), the traffic light feature will be disabled
(turned off).
Printer Setup Completed
The printer setup has been completed, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to
the Serial Menu and proceed to the COM port (serial port) setup.
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The following describes the setup for the 225 COM ports (Serial Ports).
Although the three (3) COM ports can be configured differently, they have the
same setup parameters. In the setup menus shown and parameters described,
COM1 (Serial Port 1) is referenced. Substitute the COM port number you are
configuring for the number shown.
5GTKCN/GPW
24+06'4
%1/
%1/
%1/
'[email protected]':+6
%1/ (COM1, SERIAL PORT 1)
With the Serial Menu displayed, press the 2 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to the
COM1 SETUP MENU.
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$#7&:::::::
6;2':::::::::::
2#4+6;:::::
5%#.'
$+65
56125:
%106:::
'[email protected]':+6
$#7&::::::: (COM1 BAUD RATE)
With the COM1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the $#7& parameter
will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XXXXXX is the actual baud rate. If
the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer port baud rate and then press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the COM1 SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 0 through 13.
0 = 300
1 = 600
2 = 1200
3 = 2400
4 = 4800
5 = 9600
6 = 14400
7 = 19200
8 = 28800
9 = 38400
10 = 57600
11 = 76000
12 = 115200
13 = 230400
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2#4+6;::::: (COM1 PARITY RATE)
With the COM1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 2#4+6;
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XXXX is the description.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer parity rate and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the COM1 SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 0, 1 or 2.
0 = NONE (No Parity)
1 = Odd Parity
2 = Even Parity
$+65: (COM1 DATA BITS)
With the COM1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the $+65 parameter
will be shown. Note that X is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 3 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer data bits and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the COM1 SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 7 or 8.
56125: (COM1 STOP BITS)
With the COM1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 56125
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 4 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer stop bits and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the COM1 SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 1 or 2.
%106::: (COM1 CONTINUOUS OUTPUT)
With the COM1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the %106 parameter
will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 5 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the COM1 SETUP MENU.
%106;'5
Continuous Output Enabled
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%10601
Continuous Output Disabled
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6;2'::::::::::: (COM1 CONTINUOUS OUTPUT SELECTION)
With the COM1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 6;2' parameter
will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XXXXXXXXXX is the description. If
the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 6 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer continuous output selection and then press the ENTER key to save
the new setting and return to the COM1 SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 0 through
7 and 9.
0 = SMA
1 = SB400
2 = TOLEDO (See Note 1)
3 = IQ355
4 = NUMERIC WT
5 = SB500
6 = SB250/500M
9 = TALLEY (See Note 2)
NOTE 1! If you selected 61.'&1 for the 6;2' parameter, the following setup
menu parameters will be shown after pressing the ENTER key:
%1/%106+071751762765'.'%6+10
PQ%-57/
5*146PQ%-57/
YKVJ%-57/
5*146YKVJ%-57/
61.'&1(QTOCV:
With the COM1 CONTINUOUS OUTPUT SELECTION menu displayed the current
setting for the 61.'&1(QTOCV parameter will be shown. Note that X is the
current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the COM1 SETUP MENU.
Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the value for the TOLEDO Format and then
press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to COM1 SETUP MENU.
Allowable values are 0, 1, 2, or 3.
NOTE 2! 9=TALLEY is displayed only if 75#01 and /1&'1(12, , , or .
Refer to the ELECTRONIC TALLEY ROLL section of this manual.
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5%#.': (SCALE USED FOR COM1 DATA)
With the COM1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 5%#.' parameter
will be shown. Note that X is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 7 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the scale the printer will receive data from and then press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the COM1 SETUP MENU. Allowable values are 1
through 4. NOTE! Scale 1 is the default setting. Also, note, 0 is the current selected
scale and 4 is the TOTAL weight in multi-scale applications with totalizer.
NOTE! If you selected 5$ for the 6;2' parameter, the following setup
parameters /CPWCN/QFG and 6JTGU9Vwill be shown on the COM 1
SETUP MENU.
/CPWCN/QFG:: (MANUAL LIGHT MODE)
With the COM 1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the
/CPWCN/QFG parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to
the Serial Menu.
Otherwise, press the 9 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the COM 1 SETUP MENU.
/CPWCN/QFG;'5
Manual Mode is Enabled. Pressing
START/STOP key will toggle traffic
light between Green and Red.
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/CPWCN/QFG01
Manual Mode is Disabled.
Threshold weight is used to toggle
light between Green and Red.
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6JTGU9V::::::: (THRESHOLD WEIGHT FOR AUTO MODE)
With the COM 1 SETUP MENU displayed the current setting for the 6JTGU9V
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXX is the current value. If the setting
displayed is acceptable, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to the
Serial Menu.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 0 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the value for the threshold weight1 used to control the traffic light auto mode and
then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the COM 1 SETUP
MENU. Note that entering 0 disables the traffic light auto mode.
1
If scale gross weight is less than or equal to threshold weight, traffic light will be Green.
When scale gross weight is greater than threshold weight, traffic light will be Red.
NOTE! If manual light mode is disabled (/CPWCN/QFG01) and 0 is entered
for the threshold weight (6JTGU9V), the traffic light feature will be disabled
(turned off).
COM1 (Serial Port 1) Setup Completed
The COM1 (Serial Port 1) setup has been completed, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP
Arrow) to return to the Serial Menu and proceed to the COM2 or COM3 port setup.
5GTKCN/GPW
24+06'4
%1/
%1/
%1/
'[email protected]':+6
When setup of the PRINTER port and all of the COM ports has been completed, press EXIT
(Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to exit and return to the SETUP MENU #2.
With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed,
y Proceed to the next setup parameter.
y Press PREV (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to SETUP MENU #1.
y Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to the SETUP MENU #3.
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DIO SETUP (PWC Status)
IMPORTANT! The DIO SETUP (PWC Status) cannot be selected if Mode of
Operation = 0, Normal Indicator is enabled.
With the SETUP MENU #1 displayed, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to
proceed to SETUP MENU #2.
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&+1 (TOGGLE PWC STATUS)
With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed, press the 2 key and then the ENTER key to proceed
to the DIO SETUP MENU.
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29%1((29%1((29%1((#..1((
29%1((29%1((29%1((#..10
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29%1((29%1(( 29%1((
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With the DIO SETUP MENU displayed, the current “state before cutoff” status of the 16
Preset Weight Comparators (PWC) will be shown. If the status displayed is acceptable,
press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to exit and return to the SETUP MENU #2.
Otherwise, press the PWC number, 17 or 18 to toggle the status (turn ON, relay closed
or OFF, relay open) and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting.
IMPORTANT! When power to the indicator is lost, the output goes to the OFF state.
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DIO Setup Completed
When the status of all Preset Weight Comparators has been set, press EXIT (Navigation Keys
U UP Arrow) to exit and return to the SETUP MENU #2.
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With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed,
y Proceed to the next setup parameter.
y Press PREV (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to SETUP MENU #1.
y Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to the SETUP MENU #3.
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PRINT TABS SETUP
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to
SETUP MENU #2.
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24+066#$5 (PRINT TABS SETTING)
With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed, press the 3 key and then the ENTER key to proceed
to PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
24+066#$$+0)/'07
2146::::::::6+/';;::
246$')::::::::::::&#6';;::
#761.(:::%0%01;;::
'0&+0).(::)4155;;::
246'0&::::::::::::6#4';;::
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2146:::::::: (SELECT PORT FOR PRINTER)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 2146
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XXXXXXX is the
description. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the port the printer will be connected to and then press the ENTER key to save
the new setting and return to PRINT TABBING MENU #1. Allowable values are 0
through 3.
0 = PRINTER
60
1 = COM1
2 = COM2
3 = COM3
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246$'):::::::::::: (PRINT BEGINNING)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 246$')
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the string of HEX numbers1
sent to the printer before anything else. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key, the ENTER key and then using the alphanumeric keys,
enter the new string and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return
to PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
#761.(::: (AUTOMATIC LINE FEED “DATA FORMAT TERMINATION”)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the #761.(
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 3 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
'0&+0).(:: (NUMBER OF LINEFEEDS PRINTED AFTER LAST LINE)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the '0&+0).(
parameter will be shown. Note that XX is a pre-selected number of linefeed commands
that the indicator can transmit at the end of a data transmission to a printer, to space the
paper in the printer to the desired position for withdrawal or for the next print. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 4 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the number of linefeeds to be executed after the last printed line and then
press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
Allowable values are 0 through 99.
246'0&:::::::::::: (PRINT BEGINNING)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 246'0&
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the string of HEX numbers1
sent to the printer after the ENDING LF. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 5 key, the ENTER key and then using the alphanumeric keys,
enter the new string and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return
to PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
1
HEX numbers are always 2 digits. For example, 7 is entered as 07. The maximum
entry is 6 numbers (12 characters). Valid entries are 01 through FF. Note that 00 is not
valid.
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TABS SETTING (General Format Information)
The general format for the input is A = YY.XX.
Where:
A is the character identifying the data printed
YY is the number of lines down
XX is the number of spaces to the right.
NOTE! Enter 00 in either location, YY or XX, to disable the
data from printing.
6+/';;:: (TIME PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 6+/'
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the time.
If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 6 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to
PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
&#6';;:: (DATE PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the &#6'
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the date.
If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 7 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to
PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
%0%01;;:: (CONSECUTIVE NUMBER PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the %0%01
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the
consecutive number. If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup
parameter.
Otherwise, press the 8 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to
PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
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)4155;;:: (GROSS WEIGHT PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the )4155
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the
Gross weight. If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup
parameter.
Otherwise, press the 9 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to
PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
6#4';;:: (TARE WEIGHT PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 6#4'
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the Tare
weight. If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 0 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #1.
With PRINT TABBING MENU #1 displayed, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to
proceed to PRINT TABBING MENU #2.
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0'6;;::6+/';;::
)#%%7/;;::&#6';;::
0#%%7/;;::
%1706;;::
2%596;;::
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0'6;;:: (NET WEIGHT PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the 0'6 parameter
will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the Net weight. If
the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key twice, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #2.
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)#%%7/;;:: (GROSS WEIGHT ACCUMULATOR PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the )#%%7/
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the
Gross weight accumulator. If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 2 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #2.
0#%%7/;;:: (NET WEIGHT ACCUMULATOR PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the 0#%%7/
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the Net
weight accumulator. If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup
parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 3 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #2.
%1706;;:: (COUNT (NUMBER OF PIECES ON SCALE) PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the %1706
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the
Count (number of pieces on scale). If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 4 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #2.
2%596;;:: (PIECE WEIGHT PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the 2%596
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the
Piece weight. If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup
parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 5 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #2.
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%080'6;;:: (CONVERTED UNITS NET WEIGHT PRINT LOCATION)
You must select .(601,during Calibration and Setup to enable the Converted
Units Net Weight print feature. NOTE! The %080'6 weight will only print if
the converted weight is greater than zero and the 225 in is the Net mode.
With PRINT TABBING MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the %080'6
parameter will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the
Converted Units Net weight. If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 6 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #2.
+&;;:: (ID STORAGE NUMBER PRINT LOCATION)
With PRINT TABBING MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the +& parameter
will be shown. Note that YY.XX is the current position for printing of the ID Storage
number. If the position displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 7 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the new print position and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #2.
Print Tabs Setting Completed
With PRINT TABBING MENU #2 displayed, press PREV (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to
return to PRINT TABBING MENU #1 or press EXIT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to return
to SETUP MENU #2.
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With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed,
y Proceed to the next setup parameter.
y Press PREV (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to SETUP MENU #1.
y Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to the SETUP MENU #3.
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The following describes the Scale Setup for the 225. The standard 225 supports one
(1) scale. With the optional 225-DS Dual Scale card installed, it can support up to
three (3) scales. In the setup menus shown and parameters described, Scale 1 is
referenced. Substitute the scale number you are configuring for the number shown.
SETUP SCALE
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to
SETUP MENU #2.
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With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed, press the 4 key and then the ENTER key to proceed
to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1.
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%08670+65:::56#$.'::
<64#%-::56$.%06:::
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$#5'70+65::: (BASE UNITS)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the $#5'70+65
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XX is the description. If
the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the base units and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values are 0 through 6.
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%08670+65::: (CONVERTED UNITS)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the %08670+65
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value and XX is the description. If
the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the converted units and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values are 0 through 7.
BASE and CONVERTED UNITS SELECTIONS
0 = none
3 = lb (pounds)
6 = t (tonnes “metric tons”)
1 = tn (tons)
4 = oz (ounces)
7 = Custom Units
2 = g (grams)
5 = kg (kilograms
(see note below)
NOTE! The following prompts, %08( (Conversion Factor) and .#$'. (Label) will
only be displayed if you selected 7 (Custom Units) for the %08670+65(Converted
Units) prompt.
%08( – CONVERSION FACTOR
The conversion factor is a number that the base units must be multiplied by to obtain
the desired unit of measurement. The display will show %08(:::::::, where
XX.XXXXX is the current setting for the converted units conversion factor.
EXAMPLE:
Water weighs 8 lb per 1 Gallon.
To compute the conversion factor, you would divide 1 gallon by 8 pounds, with the
result being 0.125.
1 Gal = 0.125
8 lb
Therefore, if the weight displayed is ND), pressing the UNITS/TEST key
would change the display to show IN). (27.65 x 0.125 = 3.45625). The
IN in the example stands for gallons. Refer to the next prompt, .#$'., for
information on entering the custom units label.
To accept the value displayed, press the ENTER key, otherwise, use the numeric keys
to enter a new value then press the ENTER key to save it.
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.#$'. – CUSTOM UNITS LABEL
The display will show .#$'.::, where XX is the current setting for the custom units
label. Press the ENTER key to keep the displayed value or use the alphanumeric keys
to enter a new value and press the ENTER key to save the new setting. Note, that only
2 characters are allowed.
<64#%-:: (ZERO TRACKING RANGE)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the <64#%-
parameter will be shown. Note that X.X is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 3 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the zero tracking range and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values are 0.0 (disables Zero
Tracking), 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0.
<.+/+6::: (ZERO LIMIT RANGE)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the <.+/+6
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 4 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the
<.+/+6;'5
4% (±2%) of scale capacity
<.+/+601
Full capacity (no limit)
29472<::: (POWER-UP ZERO FEATURE)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 29472<
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 4 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the
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5#/2.'5::: (SAMPLE RATE)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 5#/2.'5
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 6 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the sample rate in samples per second and then press the ENTER key to save
the new setting and return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values for the
sample rate are 1 through 100.
56#$.':: (STABLE “MOTION RANGE”)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 56#$.'
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value for the range of motion
detection. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 7 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the new range (the number of divisions of change permitted before indicating
unstable) and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to
SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values are 0 through 99 divisions.
56$.%06::: (STABLE COUNT “CONSECUTIVE STABLE READINGS”)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the 56$.%06
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current number of consecutive stable
weight readings before indicating stable weight. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 8 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the stable count and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values are 1 through 255.
96+06'48#.: (WEIGHT INTERVAL “SINGLE OR DUAL”)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the
96+06'48#. parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 9 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the weight interval and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values are 1 or 2.
96+06'48#.
Single Interval (One weight range)
96+06'48#.
Dual Interval (Two weight ranges)
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96+06'48#.: (WEIGHT INTERVAL “SINGLE OR DUAL”), CONT.
CAUTION! When using the dual interval feature of the 225, do not attempt to use
a division value in the low range that is too small to provide adequate signal
strength for stable operation of the indicator. Most scale installations will allow the
smaller division to be 1/2 of the larger division value when the dual interval feature
is used.
The inherent sensitivity and capabilities of the 225 will allow you to select combinations that
are beyond the practical limits of today’s load cells for dependable, stable performance. The
appearance of such a situation will be instability in the lower range, while the higher range will
operate, as it should.
6;2':::::::: (SELECT SCALE TYPE)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the
6;2' parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXXX is the current value (scale
type). If the setting displayed is acceptable, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow)
to return to the SETUP MENU #2.
Otherwise, press the 1 and 0 keys, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys,
enter the value for the scale type and then press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1. Allowable values are 0, 1 or 2.
0 = ANALOG
1 = GUARDIAN
2 = SERIAL
NOTE! To ensure proper operation, the settings in SCALE SETUP MENU #2 MUST
match the settings of the local indicator.
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 displayed, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow)
to proceed to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2.
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(/#::::
($4-:::
+06'48#.::
&22:
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NOTE! Although shown on the scale setup menu, the setup parameters (/#:
and ($4- can only be selected when CUSTOM FILTERING ((+.6'4)
has been selected.
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(+.6'4: (DIGITAL FILTERING)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the (+.6'4
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value for the digital filtering. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the digital filtering and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2. Allowable values are 0, 1, 2, or 3.
0
1
2
3
DISABLED (NO Filtering)
MINIMAL FILTERING (Sample Rate = 2)
MODERATE FILTERING (Sample Rate = 1)
CUSTOM FILTERING (additional parameters available)
(/#:::: (MAXIMUM FILTER LEVEL)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the (/#:
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value for the maximum filter
level. The filter level is a number from 1 to 255 that corresponds to the level of filtering
with 255 being the greatest filtering and 1 the least. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the new maximum filter level and then press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2. Allowable values are 1 through 255.
($4-::: (FILTER BREAK RANGE)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the ($4-
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value for the filter break range.
The break range is a number from 1 to 255 that corresponds to the number of division
changes to break out of the filtering. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 3 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the new filter break range and then press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2. Allowable values are 1 through 255.
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Filter Setting Recommendations
Non-Critical Sample Rate
If the sample rate is not critical, as in static weighing, set (+.6'4 to:
y (+.6'4 (NO Filtering)
y (+.6'4 ((/#:, ($4-, 5#/2.'5/Sec) or
y (+.6'4 ((/#:, ($4-, 5#/2.'5/Sec).
Critical Sample Rate
With a critical sample rate, as in a filling operation, use Custom Filtering ((+.6'4).
1. 5#/2.'5 SAMPLE RATE (1 to 200 samples/second) determination:
Set the sample rate as close as possible to produce a display graduation change for
every graduation of material added to the scale.
Material Flow Rate (lbs/second)
= 5#/2.'5
Interval
EXAMPLE:
100lbs/sec
10lbs
= 10s/s = 5#/2.'5
2. ($4- FILTER BREAK RANGE (1 to 64 graduations) determination:
Turn the filtering off by setting (+.6'4. Operate the system as it will be normally
used and, by observation, determine the number of grads of instability that needs to be
filtered out. Set the break range (($4-) to that value.
Weight Change
Interval
= ($4-
EXAMPLE: 20,000 x 10lb capacity scale with 800lb variation in the weight display.
800
10
= ($4-
3. (/#: MAXIMUM FILTER LEVEL (0 to 255) determination: Set to desired results.
4. If stability is unacceptable with any setting of (/#:, reduce the sample rate and/or
increase the break range, ($4- setting for increased filtering.
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+06'48#.:: (INTERVAL SETTING)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the +06'48#.
parameter will be shown. Note that XX is the current value for the interval (division)
setting. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 4 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the interval and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return
to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2.
If the 225 is used in a Legal For Trade application (.(6;'5), allowable values are 1,
2, 5, 10, 20 or 50.
If the 225 is NOT used in a Legal For Trade application (.(601), allowable values
are 1 through 99.
&22: (DECIMAL POINT POSITION)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the &22 parameter
will be shown. Note that X is the current value for the decimal point position. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 5 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the decimal point position and then press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2. Allowable values are 0, 1, 2, or 3.
0 = XXXXXX
1= XXXXX . X
2 = XXXX . XX
3 = XXX . XXX
%#2::::::: (SCALE CAPACITY)
With SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2 displayed the current setting for the %#2 parameter
will be shown. Note that XXXXXXX is the current value for the scale capacity. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 6 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the scale capacity and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #2. Allowable values are 1 through 9,999,999. Note
that the capacity cannot exceed 7 digits or 9,999,999.
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Scale 1 Setup Completed
The SCALE 1 setup has been completed, press PREV (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to
return to SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1 or press EXIT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to return
to the SETUP MENU #2.
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With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed,
y Proceed to the next setup parameter.
y Press PREV (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to SETUP MENU #1.
y Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to the SETUP MENU #3.
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CALIBRATE
With the SETUP MENU #1 displayed, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to
proceed to SETUP MENU #2.
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With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed, press the 5 key and then the ENTER key to proceed
to SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU.
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5YV:::::::%:::
5EV:::::::%:::
<EV:::::::%:::
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5YV::::::: (SPAN WEIGHT)
5EV::::::: (SPAN COUNT)
<EV::::::: (ZERO COUNT)
CALIBRATION PARAMETERS
The calibration parameters (5YV, 5EV and <EV) represent the test load (weight) and the
analog to digital readings at zero and test load. These values are established when the
scale is calibrated. By recording the parameter values, the indicator can be returned to its
present calibration settings without using test weights simply by entering the values.
%:::
%:::
CALIBRATION “C” NUMBERS
%:::
%:::
The calibration “C” numbers (%, %, % and %) represent the present calibration
settings. Each number may be up to three digits in length. The “C” numbers are
established when the scale is calibrated. By recording these numbers, the indicator can be
returned to its present calibration settings without using test weights simply by entering the
“C” numbers.
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CALIBRATION METHODS
The 225 has two methods to enter the calibration procedure. One method is selected from the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU and the other method selected from SETUP MENU #2.
From SETUP/REVIEW MENU:
With the SETUP/REVIEW MENU displayed, press the 3 key and then the ENTER key. This
method proceeds directly to a display showing the settings for the capacity, interval, decimal
point position and the first calibration parameter, %#..
From SETUP MENU #2:
With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed, press the 5 key and then the ENTER key to proceed
to SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed,
press the 1 and 0 keys and then the ENTER key. This method will change the SCALE 1
CALIBRATION MENU to show the settings for the capacity, interval, decimal point position
and the first calibration parameter, %#..
CALIBRATION MODES
The 225 indicator has seven modes that can be used to perform calibration. Four of the
modes require a test load (weight), one requires the scale to be empty (and at zero) and the
last two use parameter values or the calibration “C” numbers from a previous calibration. The
calibration modes are as follows:
1. Multi-Point
This method requires two weights, an empty scale and has two conversion factors. It uses
three calibration points, %#., %#. and %#.. The three points correspond to
zero weight, mid-point weight and test load (weight) and can be applied in any order.
2. Dual-Point with Zero (First Zero)
This is a standard calibration method requiring one weight, an empty scale and has one
conversion factor. This method uses two calibration points (%#. and %#.) to
establish a zero (no load) calibration value and to span the indicator. The two points
correspond to zero weight and test load (weight) and can be applied in any order. This
method should be used for first-time calibration and complete recalibration.
3. Dual-Point without Zero (False Zero)
This calibration method requires one test weight and establishes a new conversion factor
only. It is used to establish a false (temporary zero) zero without affecting the zero
calibration value stored during the last calibration. This is particularly useful in tank
weighing applications, where it may be impractical or impossible to completely empty the
tank. This method uses two calibration points, %#. and %#.. The value of the
test load (weight) is entered when %#. is displayed and then the NET/GROSS key
pressed when %#. is displayed.
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4. Single-Point for Span Only (Last Zero)
This calibration method requires one test weight, the scale at zero and establishes a new
conversion factor (span) without affecting the zero calibration value stored during the last
calibration. This minimizes placing and removing test loads (weights) and is especially
useful when checking high capacity scales. This method uses two calibration points, %#.
and %#.. The value of the test load (weight) is entered when %#. is
displayed and then the ZERO key pressed when %#. is displayed.
5. Single-Point for Zero Only (Only Zero)
This calibration method requires no test weight, an empty scale and establishes a new zero
without affecting the conversion factor (span). This is useful to regain the full range of zero
limit when the dead load of the scale has changed. This would occur for example, if a
guardrail has been added to the scale platform. This method uses two calibration points,
%#. and %#.. The ENTER key is pressed when %#. is displayed and then
the ZERO key pressed when %#. is displayed.
6. Calibration Parameters (Swt, Zct and Sct)
The calibration parameters represent the test load weight 5YV (Span Weight) and the
analog to digital readings at zero <EV (Zero Count) and test load 5EV (Span Count).
These values are established when the scale is calibrated. They are useful when replacing
an indicator (or if the need arises to re-calibrate the scale) and a test load (weights) are not
available. By entering the previously recorded parameter values, the indicator can be
returned to its present calibration setting without using test load (weights).
7. Calibration “C” Numbers
The calibration “C” numbers (%, %, % and %) are displayed on the SCALE 1
CALIBRATION MENU during the calibration and setup procedure. These numbers
correspond to the calibration setting of the indicator. They can be used when replacing an
indicator (or if the need arises to recalibrate the scale) and test load (weights) are not
available. By entering the previously recorded numbers, the indicator can be returned to its
present calibration settings without using test load (weights).
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Multi-Point Calibration
%#. (FIRST CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 1 and 0 keys and then the
ENTER key. The display will change to show the settings for capacity, interval, decimal
point position and %#.. This is the first of three calibration weights. It could be
ZERO (no load), the MID-POINT weight or the TEST load (weight).
1. If the first calibration weight is to be ZERO (no load), press the ENTER key. The display
will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to show %#..
2. If the first calibration weight is to be the MID-POINT weight or the TEST load (weight),
place the weights on the scale.
3. Using the numeric keys, enter the value of the TEST load (weight) and then press the
ENTER key.
4. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to
show %#..
%#. (SECOND CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
The display will show %#.:::::::. This is the second of three calibration weights.
It could be ZERO (no load), the MID-POINT weight or the TEST load (weight).
1. If the second calibration weight is to be ZERO (no load), press the 0 key and then the
ENTER key. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then
change to show %#..
2. If the second calibration weight is to be the MID-POINT weight or the TEST load
(weight), place the weights on the scale.
3. Using the numeric keys, enter the value of the test load (weight) and then press the
ENTER key.
4. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to
show %#..
%#. (LAST CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
The display will show %#.:::::::. This is the last of three calibration weights. It
could be ZERO (no load), the MID-POINT weight or the TEST load (weight).
1. If using 3 point calibration and the last calibration weight is to be ZERO (no load), press
the 0 key and then the ENTER key. The display will change to show the SCALE 1
CALIBRATION MENU.
2. If using 3-point calibration and the last calibration weight is to be the MID-POINT weight
or the TEST load (weight), place the weights on the scale.
3. Using the numeric keys, enter the value of the test load (weight) and then press the
ENTER key.
4. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to
show the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. NOTE! If Span Adjustment is required,
proceed to the FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT on page 70.
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Dual-Point with Zero (First Zero) Calibration
%#. (FIRST CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 1 and 0 keys and then the
ENTER key. The display will change to show the settings for capacity, interval, decimal
point position and %#.. This is the first of two calibration weights. It could be
ZERO (no load) or the TEST load (weight).
1. If the first calibration weight is to be ZERO (no load), press the ENTER key. The display
will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to show %#..
2. If the first calibration weight is to be the TEST load (weight), place the weights on the
scale.
3. Using the numeric keys, enter the value of the TEST load (weight) and then press the
ENTER key.
4. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to
show %#..
%#. (SECOND CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
The display will show %#.:::::::. This is the second of two calibration weights.
It could be ZERO (no load) or the TEST load (weight).
1. If the second calibration weight is to be ZERO (no load), press the 0 key and then the
ENTER key. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then
change to show %#..
2. If the second calibration weight is to be the TEST load (weight), place the weights on the
scale.
3. Using the numeric keys, enter the value of the test load (weight) and then press the
ENTER key.
4. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to
show %#..
%#. (LAST CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
The display will show %#.. This weight is not used. Press the ENTER key to skip
%#.. The display will change to show the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. NOTE! If
Span Adjustment is required, proceed to the FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT on page 70.
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Dual-Point without Zero (False Zero) Calibration
%#. (FIRST CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 1 and 0 keys and then the
ENTER key. The display will change to show the settings for capacity, interval, decimal
point position and %#.. This is the first of two calibration steps. This weight is
the TEST load (weight).
1. Place the weights on the scale.
2. Using the numeric keys, enter the value of the TEST load (weight) and then press the
ENTER key.
3. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to
show %#..
%#. (SECOND CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
The display will show %#.:::::::. This is the second of two calibration steps.
1. Remove the weights on the scale, and then press the NET/GROSS key.
2. The display will change to show the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. NOTE! If Span
Adjustment is required, proceed to the FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT on page 70.
Single-Point for Span Only (Last Zero) Calibration
%#. (FIRST CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 1 and 0 keys and then the
ENTER key. The display will change to show the settings for capacity, interval, decimal
point position and %#.. This is the first of two calibration steps. This weight is
the TEST load (weight).
1. Zero the scale, and then place the weights on the scale.
2. Using the numeric keys, enter the value of the TEST load (weight) and then press the
ENTER key.
3. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to
show %#..
%#. (SECOND CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
The display will show %#.:::::::. This is the second of two calibration steps.
1. Remove the weights on the scale, and then press the NET/GROSS key.
2. The display will change to show the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. NOTE! If Span
Adjustment is required, proceed to the FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT on page 70.
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Single-Point for Zero Only (Only Zero) Calibration
%#. (FIRST CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 1 and 0 keys and then the
ENTER key. The display will change to show the settings for capacity, interval, decimal
point position and %#.. This is the first of two calibration steps.
1. Insure the scale is empty and then press the ENTER key.
2. The display will flash %#.+$4#6+0) for a few seconds and then change to
show %#..
%#. (SECOND CALIBRATION WEIGHT)
The display will show %#.:::::::. This is the second of two calibration steps.
1. Press the ZERO key.
2. The display will change to show the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. NOTE! If Span
Adjustment is required, proceed to the FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT on page 70.
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Fine Span Adjustment
(+0'52#0 (FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT)
If Fine Span Adjustment is desired, place a calibrated test weight on the scale and with the
SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 4 key and then the ENTER key. The
display will change to show SCALE 1 FINE SPAN ADJUST. Note that #&,:::::::
is the current displayed weight.
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y Press UP (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to increase the span.
y Press DOWN (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to decrease the span.
y Press EXIT (Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow) to save the new setting and return to the
SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU.
*+4'5 (HIGH RESOLUTION ADJUSTMENT)
If High Resolution Weight adjustment is desired, place a calibrated test weight on the scale
and with the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 5 key and then the
ENTER key. The display will change to show SCALE 1 HIRES ADJUSTMENT. Note that
*+4'5:::::: is the active weight in “high resolution” mode (in 1/10 interval).
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y Press UP (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to increase the span.
y Press DOWN (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to decrease the span.
y Press EXIT (Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow) to save the new setting and return to the
SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU.
y Press the ZERO key to zero the scale.
y Press the PRINT key to print the weight (followed by the text TEST).
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Calibration Parameters
The calibration parameters (5YV, 5EV and <EV) represent the test load (weight) and the
analog to digital readings at zero and test load. These values are established when the
scale is calibrated. To return the indicator to its present calibration settings (without using
test weights) enter the calibration parameters values.
5YV::::::: (SPAN WEIGHT)
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed the current setting for the 5YV
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXX is the current value for the calibrated test
load Span weight. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup
parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the calibrated test load Span weight and then press the ENTER key to save
the new setting and return to the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. Allowable values are
1 through 9,999,999. Note that the capacity cannot exceed 7 digits or 9,999,999.
5EV::::::: (SPAN COUNT)
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed the current setting for the 5EV
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXX is the current value for the analog to
digital reading at test load Span count. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the test load Span count and then press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. Allowable values are 1
through 9,999,999. Note that the capacity cannot exceed 7 digits or 9,999,999.
<EV::::::: (ZERO COUNT)
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed the current setting for the <EV
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXX is the current value for the analog to
digital reading at zero, the Zero count. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 3 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the zero load Zero count and then press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU. Allowable values are 1
through 9,999,999. Note that the capacity cannot exceed 7 digits or 9,999,999.
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Calibration “C” Numbers
The calibration “C” numbers (%, %, % and %) represent the present calibration
settings. Each number may be up to three (3) digits in length. These values are
established when the scale is calibrated. To return the indicator to its present calibration
settings (without using test weights) enter the calibration “C” numbers.
%:::
%:::
CALIBRATION “C” NUMBERS
%:::
%:::
With the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed the current setting for the %,
%, % and % parameters will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value for
the calibration “C” number. If the settings displayed match the numbers recorded
previously, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 6, 7, 8 or 9 key, (for the “C” number to be changed), the ENTER
key and then using the numeric keys, enter the value for the “C” number and then press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION
MENU. Allowable values are 1 through 255.
If any components have been changed that affect calibration and/or the scale is
used in a commercial application and must be "Legal for Trade", calibration
parameters or the “C” numbers cannot be use to re-calibrate.
Scale 1 Calibration Completed
The SCALE 1 calibration has been completed, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to
return to SETUP MENU #2.
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With the SETUP MENU #2 displayed,
y Press PREV (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to SETUP MENU #1.
y Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to the SETUP MENU #3.
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SETUP MENU #3
With SETUP MENU #2 displayed, press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to
SETUP MENU #3.
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)0#%%7/5:::-';.1%-176
$#%-.+6':
2#55914&
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ACCUMULATORS
)0#%%7/5 (GROSS/NET ACCUMULATORS)
With the SETUP MENU #3 displayed the current setting for the )0#%%7/5
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the SETUP MENU #3.
)0#%%7/5;'5
Gross and Net Accumulators
are Enabled
)0#%%7/501
Gross and Net Accumulators
are Disabled
BACK LIGHT
$#%-.+6' (BACKLIGHT TURN-ON LEVEL)
With the SETUP MENU #3 displayed the current setting for the $#%-.+6' parameter
will be shown. Note that XX is the current value. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key and then the ENTER key. The display will change to show the
current light level (.KIJVU::).
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.KIJVU::
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Using the numeric keys, enter the value for the new backlight turn-on level and then press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to SETUP MENU #3. Allowable values
are 0 through 99.
NOTE! The value selected must be less than the .KIJVU value to activate.
$#%-.+6'
Backlight always ON
$#%-.+6'
Backlight always OFF
$#%-.+6'::
Level that backlight
turns ON at
PASSWORD
2#55914& (PASSWORD)
The password setup parameter determines whether a password is required to enter
Calibration and Setup on indicators programmed for international use (75#01). If the
indicator is programmed for domestic use (75#;'5) the password parameter WILL NOT
be displayed on SETUP MENU #3.
With the SETUP MENU #3 displayed press the 3 key and then the ENTER key. The display
will change to show 2#55914&::::::::::::. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the
current password if a password was previously entered, otherwise only 2#55914& will
be displayed.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter. Otherwise,
using the alphanumeric keys, enter up to 12 characters for the password and then press the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the SETUP MENU #3.
PASSWORD OPERATION
With a PASSWORD set, anytime the operator tries to enter Calibration and Setup, the
display will show the 2#55914& prompt requiring the operator to enter the correct
password. If the wrong password is entered, the indicator displays ERROR momentarily
and returns to the weight mode. Note that the password is not shown on the display when
the operator is entering it.
NOTE! It is recommended to write the password down and store it in a secure
location. If the password is forgotten or lost and a change to the indicator setup
is required, the indicator must be reprogrammed. WARNING! Reprogramming
the indicator will ERASE ALL the contents of the Nov-Ram and memory.
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KEY LOCKOUT
-';.1%-176 (KEY LOCKOUT)
The key lockout parameter determines which keys are locked during normal operation.
Pressing a locked key during normal operation will result in a warning beep, a 1/2 second
display of .1%-'& and the key will be ignored.
With the SETUP MENU #3 displayed press the 6 key and then the ENTER key. The display
will change to show the -G[.1%-176/GPW.
-G[.1%-176/GPW
<'410170+6501)4''001
6#4'01#%%7/01
0'601-';2#&01
24+0601+&01
6+/'01%170601
'PVGT5GNGEVKQP
1. The display will change to show the 11 keys that can be locked and the current status
for each key.
2. If the status of each key displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to exit and
return to SETUP MENU #3.
3. Otherwise, to change the lockout status of a key, use the numeric keys to select the key
to change and then press the ENTER key.
4. The display will change to show .QEMQWV::::::!::: and turn on the YES
and NO soft keys. Note that XXXXXX is the key and XXX is the current lockout status.
-G[.1%-176/GPW
<'410170+6501)4''001
6#4'01#%%7/01
0'601-';2#&01
24+0601+&01
6+/'01%170601
.QEMQWV::::::!:::
;'501
5. Press the YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the Key LOCKOUT Menu.
6. Continue with this procedure until the status of each key has been entered.
7. After the last key lockout status has been entered, press the ENTER key to exit and
return to SETUP MENU #3.
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LOCAL REMOTE PORT
NOTE! Although shown on this example of SETUP MENU #3, the setup
parameter .42QTV will only be displayed when TYPE=SERIAL has been
selected in SCALE 1 SETUP MENU #1.
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.42QTV (LOCAL REMOTE PORT)
With the SETUP MENU #3 displayed the current setting for the .42QTV parameter
will be shown. This is the serial port the indicator will use for the Local/Remote
connection. Note that COM3 is the current port shown. This is the system default port.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press EXIT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to
return to the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
Otherwise, press the 7 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the serial port the indicator will use for the Local/Remote port and then press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the SETUP MENU #3. Allowable
values are 1, 2 or 3. NOTE! 3=COM3 is the default setting.
5'672/'07
5GNGEV.QECN4GOQVG2QTV
%1/%1/%1/
.42QTV
With the SETUP MENU #3 displayed,
y Press PREV (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to SETUP MENU #2.
y Press EXIT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to return to the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
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ID STORAGE SETUP
Mode of Operation = 1 (ID Storage)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the /1&'1(12 parameter
will be shown. Press the 1 and 0 keys and then the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the /QFG1H1RGTCVKQP/GPW. Press the 1 key and then the ENTER key to
select ID Storage. The display will change to show the +&5VQTCIG/GPW below.
+&5VQTCIG/GPW
96#.#4/:::241/26::::::::::::
+&%1706:241/26::::::::::::
241/26::::::::::::
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¿
96#.#4/ (WEIGHT ALARM)
With the ID Storage Menu displayed the current setting for the 96#.#4/
parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value. The 96#.#4/ will
energize relay #1 for a selected time when the weight on the scale exceeds a threshold
weight. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the ID Storage Menu.
96#.#4/;'5
Weight Alarm is ON
96#.#4/01
Weight Alarm is OFF
+&%1706 (NUMBER OF ID PROMPTS, Categories)
With the ID Storage Menu displayed the current setting for the +&%1706
parameter will be shown. Note that X is the current value. These categories will be
displayed when the ID key is pressed. For example, in order to track the truck and
trailer, two prompts (categories) would be needed. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 2 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter the
value for the printer parity rate and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the ID Storage Menu. Allowable values are 1, 2 or 3.
+&%1706
One Prompt
+&%1706
Two Prompts
+&%1706
Three Prompts
¿ The value selected for +&%1706 will determine the number of additional prompts
(241/26:) displayed on the ID Storage Menu.
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241/26 (PROMPT 1 NAME)
With the ID Storage Menu displayed the current setting for the 241/26
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the current name. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 3 key, the ENTER key and then using the alphanumeric keys,
enter up to 12 characters to refer to the first prompt and then press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the ID Storage Menu.
241/26 (PROMPT 2 NAME)
With the ID Storage Menu displayed the current setting for the 241/26
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the current name. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 4 key, the ENTER key and then using the alphanumeric keys,
enter up to 12 characters to refer to the second prompt and then press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and return to the ID Storage Menu.
241/26 (PROMPT 3 NAME)
With the ID Storage Menu displayed the current setting for the 241/26
parameter will be shown. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the current name. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 5 key, the ENTER key and then using the alphanumeric keys,
enter up to 12 characters to refer to the third prompt and then press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the ID Storage Menu.
ID Storage Setup Completed
1. With the ID Storage Menu displayed, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return
to the Mode Of Operation Menu.
2. With the Mode Of Operation Menu displayed, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow)
to return to the SETUP MENU #1.
3. Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to the SETUP MENU #2.
4. Press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
5. Press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to reset the indicator and return to normal
operations.
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PRESET WEIGHT COMPARATORS SETUP
Mode of Operation = 3 (Preset Weight Comp)
With SETUP MENU #1 displayed the current setting for the /1&'1(12 parameter
will be shown. Press the 1 and 0 keys and then the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the /QFG1H1RGTCVKQP/GPW. Press the 3 key and then the ENTER key to
select Preset Weight Comp. The display will change to show the 2TGUGV9GKIJV
%QORCTCVQT/GPW below.
2TGUGV9GKIJV%QORCTCVQT/GPW
1762765::
$#.2406:::
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1762765 (NUMBER OF PRESET WEIGHT COMPARATORS “PWC”)
With the Preset Weight Comparator Menu displayed the current setting for the
1762765 parameter will be shown. Note that XX is the current value. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter.
Otherwise, press the 1 key, the ENTER key and then using the numeric keys, enter
the value for the number of PWC outputs and then press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the Preset Weight Comparator Menu. Allowable values are
1 through 16.
The output state of each PWC before reaching the preset weight is set in the &+15'672
/'07. Refer to the DIO SETUP (PWC Status) section of the CALIBRATION AND SETUP
section of this manual.
The relay state is based on using Cardinal Scale relays (p/n 6850-1013). If using
relays other than those supplied by Cardinal Scale, refer to the relay manufacturers
specifications.
NOTE! When power to the 225 is lost, the output returns to a Low State condition.
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$#.2406 (AUTOMATIC PRINT ON BALANCE)
With the Preset Weight Comparator Menu displayed the current setting for the
$#.2406 parameter will be shown. Note that XXX is the current value.
NOTE! The automatic print on balance feature may be enabled only when one
PWC is selected (1762765). If more than one PWC has been selected,
this feature is disabled.
If the Automatic Print on Balance is enabled, when the weight equals the preset value
and all motion on the scale stops, the weight will be printed (if a printer is attached).
Note that the weight must go below 50% of the preset value before another print
operation can be performed.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next setup parameter. Otherwise,
press the 2 key, the ENTER key, YES or NO (on the soft keys) and then the ENTER
key to save the new setting and return to the Preset Weight Comparator Menu.
$#.2406;'5
Automatic Print Enabled
$#.240601
Automatic Print Disabled
Preset Weight Comparators Setup Completed
1. With the Preset Weight Comparator Menu displayed, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP
Arrow) to return to the Mode Of Operation Menu.
2. With the Mode Of Operation Menu displayed, press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow)
to return to the SETUP MENU #1.
3. Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to the SETUP MENU #2.
4. Press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to return to the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
5. Press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to reset the indicator and return to normal
operations.
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COUNT OPERATION
Counting
You must select .(601,during Setup and Calibration to enable the COUNT key
and Counting functions.
.
Sampling and Counting
1. With the indicator in the Gross Weight mode () on the display), press the COUNT key.
The display will show #&&2%5 if no previous sample has been taken or %1706
if a sample has previously been taken.
2. If #&&2%5is displayed, proceed to step 4.
3. If %1706 is displayed, press the COUNT key again to change the display to show
#&&2%5then continue to step 4.
4. If needed, press the COUNT key again to step to the next sample quantity. Continue
pressing the COUNT key until the desired value is displayed.
Note, that pressing the COUNT/SAMPLE key repeatedly will cause the sample
quantity to step in the following sequence: 5, 10, 25, 50, 75, 5, 10, etc.
5. When the displayed value (for the sample size) is acceptable, press the ENTER key.
6. Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter a new value (for the sample size) and then
press the ENTER key to save it and proceed with the counting operation.
7. Add the indicated sample quantity and press the ENTER key.
8. Add the pieces to be counted and read total the count
9. Press the NET/GROSS key to complete the counting operation and return to normal
operation.
Counting Out From a Container
1. Place the filled container on the scale platform and press the TARE key.
2. The display will show zero weight and 0'6 to indicate the weight is Net weight.
3. Press the COUNT key.
4. Remove a sample piece from the container and press the ENTER key.
5. Remove the pieces from the container and read the total number removed.
6. Press the NET/GROSS key to complete the counting operation and return to normal
operation.
NOTES
y As the need for counting accuracy increases, the size of the sample must also increase.
y As individual uniformity of the parts decrease, the sample size must increase.
y Manual counting errors may occur if samples larger than necessary are used.
y Because of variation of individual container weights, be certain to "tare off" each
container by placing the empty container on the scale and pressing the ZERO key
before proceeding with the count operation.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION
The ID Storage feature has been designed to control three different types of transactions and
weighing operations. The first type of transaction assigns a permanent ID string, has a stored
tare weight, and accumulates net weight totals for the ID. The second type assigns a
permanent ID string and accumulates net weight totals for the ID, but does not have a
permanent stored weight. The third type temporarily assigns an ID string (while weighing in)
and does not accumulate any net weight totals for the ID.
PERMANENT
Single Pass Transaction (One-Step Operation)
The first type of permanent transaction is a "single pass" transaction and is used to
weigh loaded containers with a permanent ID string and a previously stored tare weight.
The stored tare weight requires weighing the empty container in advance or if the
weight of the empty container is known, by entering that value as a manual tare weight.
The single pass transaction completes a ticket and accumulates the net weight for the
ID associated with the container with a "one-step" weighing operation.
Two Pass Transaction (Two Step Operation)
The second type of permanent transaction is a "two pass" transaction and is used to
weigh the loaded container once when it is empty and once when it is loaded. A
permanent ID string and a previously stored zero (0) tare weight is required. In the two
pass transaction, the zero tare weight is replace by the new tare weight after the first
pass and returned to zero after the second pass when the transaction has been
completed. The two pass transaction requires a "two-step" weighing operation. On the
first step, the incoming weight will be stored and an interim ticket will be printed. On the
second step, during the outgoing transaction, a complete ticket will be printed and the
net weight for the ID associated with the container will be added to the accumulator.
TEMPORARY
Two Pass Transaction (Two Step Operation)
The third type is a temporary "two pass" transaction that also requires a "two-step"
operation. However, the ID string is only in memory while the container is weighed in
and out and the net weight will not be accumulated. In this type of transaction, on the
first pass, the container will be placed on the scale and an ID will be selected either by
the operator entering an ID string or by the indicator automatically assigning the ID
string. The weight will be stored and an interim ticket will be printed. On the second
pass, the ID string is entered and the stored weight is recalled for printing the complete
ticket. After the ticket has printed, the ID number and the stored weight will be removed
from memory.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
Gross Weight Alarm
If 96#.#4/;'5 was selected in the ID Storage Menu setup, the indicator will display
and activate a PRESET soft key. By using the PRESET key, a gross weight can be
programmed to turn on the PWC1 control output for a programmed time (1-99 seconds) when
the gross weight exceeds the programmed weight.
#.#4/96
29%::::::
To program the alarm gross weight and alarm on time, press the PRESET key. The
display will show #.#4/96
29%::::::. Using the numeric keys, enter the
desired alarm gross weight and press the ENTER key. The preset weight will be stored
and the display will change to show the alarm 6+/'10: parameter.
IMPORTANT! The gross weight must fall below 1/2 the preset weight
before the alarm is re-armed.
6+/'10:
Using the numeric keys, enter the desired alarm 6+/'10: value (1-99 seconds) and
press the ENTER key. The on time will be stored and the display will return to normal
mode. Note that setting 6+/'10 disables the alarm.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
The following describes the ID Storage operation for the 225 with the ID Count set for
one prompt. Therefore, only one prompt name is referenced. Substitute the prompt
name entered during ID Storage Setup for the prompt name shown. Note that with the
ID Count set for more than one prompt, additional steps will be displayed.
Permanent Identification (ID) Strings
To Add A Permanent ID String
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the MEM key. The display will
change to show +F.
2. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
3. The display will show 4GH.
4. Using the alphanumeric keys enter up to 12 characters for the name and then press the
ENTER key.
5. The display will change to show a zero tare weight value stored.
6. If a zero tare weight is correct, press the ENTER key and proceed to the next step.
Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the tare weight and then press the ENTER
key or to use the current scale weight for the tare, press the GROSS key and then the
ENTER key.
7. The display will change to show a zero value for the accumulator associated with the ID
string.
8. If a zero value is correct, press the ENTER key to save it. Otherwise, using the numeric
keys, enter the accumulator value and then press the ENTER key to save it.
9. The indicator will return to normal operation.
To Edit or View A Permanent ID String
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the MEM key. The display will
change to show +F.
2. Enter the ID string and press the ENTER key.
3. The display will show 4GH::::::::::::. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the
name associated with the ID.
4. If the name displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to save it. Otherwise, using
the alphanumeric keys enter up to 12 characters for the name and then press the
ENTER key.
5. The display will change to show the current tare weight stored.
6. If the displayed tare weight is correct, press the ENTER key and proceed to the next
step. Otherwise, using the numeric keys, enter the correct tare weight and then press
the ENTER key or to use the current scale weight for the tare, press the GROSS key
and then the ENTER key.
7. The display will change to show the accumulator value of the ID entered. NOTE! If the
accumulator value is greater than (>) 999,999,999, 18'4(.19 will be displayed
8. If the displayed value is correct, press the ENTER key to save it. Otherwise, using the
numeric keys, enter the correct value and then press the ENTER key to save it.
9. The indicator will return to normal operation.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
Permanent Identification (ID) Strings, Cont.
To Delete A Permanent ID String
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the MEM key. The display will
change to show +F.
2. Enter the ID string to be deleted and then press the DELETE key.
3. The display will show +FFGNGVGF momentarily.
4. The ID string entered along with its associated accumulator will be deleted.
5. The indicator will return to normal operation.
To Print A Permanent ID String
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the MEM key. The display will
change to show +F.
2. Enter the ID string and then press the PRINT key.
3. A ticket containing the stored weight, the accumulated weight along with the ID string
will be printed and the indicator will return to normal operation.
4. If the ID string entered does not exist, the display will show +&016(170& and then
indicator will return to normal operation.
To Delete All Permanent ID Strings
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the MEM key. The display will
change to show +F.
2. Press the DELETE key. The display will show &GN#NN!01, which asks if all ID
strings are to be deleted.
3. To delete all ID strings, press the YES key (display will change to &GN#NN!;'5)
and then press the ENTER key.
4. All ID strings and the associated accumulators will be deleted.
5. The indicator will return to normal operation.
To Print All ID Strings:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the MEM key. The display will
change to show +F.
2. Press the PRINT key. The display will show 2TKPVKPI while all currently stored ID
strings are printed.
3. The indicator will return to normal operation.
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PERMANENT ID
Single Pass Transaction (One-Step Operation)
The single pass transaction (one-step operation) is used to weigh LOADED containers with a
permanent ID string and a previously stored tare weight associated with that ID string. This
requires weighing the empty container in advance or if the empty weight is known, by entering
that value as a manual tare weight when adding the permanent ID.
Single ID (Loaded Container With One ID Prompt)
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will momentarily show 4GH (and the name associated with the ID) then
change to 2TKPV2CUU before returning to the Gross weight display.
5. The Net weight will be added to the accumulator of the entered ID string and the ticket
printed will show the TIME, DATE, ID, TIME/DATE of Stored Tare weight, the Gross,
Tare, and Net weights.
Multiple IDs (Loaded Container With Two ID Prompts)
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will momentarily show 4GH (and the name associated with the ID) then
change to +& (the Prompt 2 name entered in ID Storage Setup).
y
If only one ID prompt is needed, press the PRINT key to store the weight and print
the ticket. Proceed to Step 7.
5. If two ID prompts are required, enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric string for the second
ID prompt.
6. Press the PRINT or ENTER key to store the tare weight and print the ticket.
7. The indicator will print a ticket; display 2TKPV2CUU before returning to the Gross
weight display.
8. The Net weight will be added to the accumulator of the entered ID string and the ticket
printed will show the TIME, DATE, ID, TIME/DATE of Stored Tare weight, the Gross,
Tare, and Net weights.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
PERMANENT ID
Single Pass Transaction (One-Step Operation)
Multiple IDs (Loaded Container With Three ID Prompts)
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will momentarily show 4GH (and the name associated with the ID) then
change to +& (the Prompt 2 name entered in ID Storage Setup).
y
If only one ID prompt is needed, press the PRINT key to store the weight and print
the ticket. Proceed to Step 9.
5. If two ID prompts are required, enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric string for the second
ID prompt.
y
If only two ID prompts are needed, press the PRINT key to store the weight and print
the ticket. Proceed to Step 9.
y
If three ID prompts are required press the ENTER key to proceed to the third
prompt.
6. The display will show +& (the Prompt 3 name entered in ID Storage Setup).
7. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric string for the third ID prompt.
8. Press the PRINT or ENTER key to store the tare weight and print the ticket.
9. The indicator will print a ticket; display 2TKPV2CUU before returning to the Gross
weight display.
10. The Net weight will be added to the accumulator of the entered ID string and the ticket
printed will show the TIME, DATE, ID, TIME/DATE of Stored Tare weight, the Gross,
Tare, and Net weights.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
PERMANENT ID
Two Pass Transaction (Two-Step Operation)
The two pass transaction is a two-step operation used to weigh the container once when it is
empty and once when it is loaded. A permanent ID string and a previously stored zero tare
weight associated with that ID string is required.
In the two pass transaction, the zero tare weight will be replaced by the new tare weight after
the first pass and the stored weight will return to zero after the second pass.
On the first step, the incoming weight will be stored and an interim ticket will be printed. On
the second step, during the outgoing transaction, a complete ticket will be generated and the
net weight will be added to the permanent ID string accumulator.
Single ID (Empty or Loaded Container With One ID Prompt)
Step 1
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
y
If a ticket is desired, press the PRINT key to store the weight and print the ticket.
The display will show 2TKPV2CUU. Proceed to Step 4.
y
If a ticket is NOT desired, press the ENTER key to store the weight. Proceed to
Step 4.
4. The display will momentarily show 4GH (and the name associated with the ID) then
return to the Gross weight display.
Step 2
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket; display 2TKPV2CUU before returning to the Gross
weight display.
5. The Net weight will be added to the accumulator of the entered ID string and the ticket
printed will show the TIME, DATE, ID, TIME/DATE of Stored Tare weight, the Gross,
Tare, and Net weights.
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PERMANENT ID
Two Pass Transaction (Two-Step Operation), Cont.
MULTIPLE IDs (Empty or Loaded Container With Two ID Prompts)
Step 1
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will momentarily show 4GH (and the name associated with the ID) then
change to +& (the Prompt 2 name entered in ID Storage Setup).
y
If only one ID prompt is needed AND a ticket is desired, press the PRINT key to
store the weight and print the ticket. The display will show 2TKPV2CUU.
Proceed to Step 6.
5. If two ID prompts are required, enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric string for the second
ID prompt.
y
If only two ID prompts are needed AND a ticket is desired, press the PRINT key to
store the weight and print the ticket. The display will show 2TKPV2CUU.
Proceed to Step 6.
y
If a ticket is NOT desired, press the ENTER key to store the weight. Proceed to
Step 6.
6. The indicator will return to the Gross weight display.
Step 2
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket; display 2TKPV2CUU before returning to the Gross
weight display.
5. The Net weight will be added to the accumulator of the entered ID string and the ticket
printed will show the TIME, DATE, ID, TIME/DATE of Stored Tare weight, the Gross,
Tare, and Net weights.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
PERMANENT ID
Two Pass Transaction (Two-Step Operation), Cont.
MULTIPLE IDs (Empty or Loaded Container With Three ID Prompts)
Step 1
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will momentarily show 4GH (and the name associated with the ID) then
change to +& (the Prompt 2 name entered in ID Storage Setup).
y
If only one ID prompt is needed AND a ticket is desired, press the PRINT key to
store the weight and print the ticket. The display will show 2TKPV2CUU.
Proceed to Step 8.
5. If two ID prompts are required, enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric string for the second
ID prompt.
y
If only two ID prompts are needed AND a ticket is desired, press the PRINT key to
store the weight and print the ticket. The display will show 2TKPV2CUU.
Proceed to Step 8.
y
If three ID prompts are required press the ENTER key to proceed to the third
prompt.
6. The display will show +& (the Prompt 3 name entered in ID Storage Setup).
7. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric string for the third ID prompt.
y
If a ticket is desired, press the PRINT key to store the weight and print the ticket.
The display will show 2TKPV2CUU. Proceed to Step 8.
y
If a ticket is NOT desired, press the ENTER key to store the weight. Proceed to
Step 8.
8. The indicator will return to the Gross weight display.
Step 2 - Empty or Loaded Container
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, place the loaded container on the scale
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +& (the Prompt 1 name entered
in ID Storage Setup).
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket; display 2TKPV2CUU before returning to the Gross
weight display.
5. The Net weight will be added to the accumulator of the entered ID string and the ticket
printed will show the TIME, DATE, ID, TIME/DATE of Stored Tare weight, the Gross,
Tare, and Net weights.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
TEMPORARY ID
Two Pass Transaction (Two-Step Operation)
NOTE! If the ID string entered already exists, the display will show +&+075'
momentarily and the indicator will return to normal operation.
Single ID (Store A Temporary ID String and Print A Ticket with One ID Prompt)
First Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key. If a ticket is
NOT desired, press the ENTER key instead.
4. The indicator will store the current scale weight under this ID string, print a ticket and
display 2TKPV2CUU.
Second Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket, display 2TKPV2CUU, and delete the ID string.
Multiple IDs (Store A Temporary ID String and Print A Ticket with Two ID Prompts)
First Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will change to show +&.
5. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key. If a ticket is
NOT desired, press the ENTER key instead.
6. The indicator will store the current scale weight under this ID string, print a ticket and
display 2TKPV2CUU.
Second Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket, display 2TKPV2CUU, and delete the ID string.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
TEMPORARY ID
Multiple IDs (Store A Temporary ID String and Print A Ticket with Three ID Prompts)
First Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will change to show +&.
5. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
6. The display will change to show +&.
7. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key. If a ticket is
NOT desired, press the ENTER key instead.
8. The indicator will store the current scale weight under this ID string, print a ticket and
display 2TKPV2CUU.
Second Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket, display 2TKPV2CUU, and delete the ID string.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
TEMPORARY ID
Automatically Assign A Temporary ID String (One ID Prompt)
First Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Press the PRINT key. If a ticket is NOT desired, press the ENTER key instead.
4. A temporary ID string will be assigned and the weight stored.
5. A temporary ticket showing the ID string and weight will be printed and the display will
show 2TKPV2CUU.
Second Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter the ID string printed on the ticket and then press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket, display 2TKPV2CUU, and delete the ID string.
Multiple IDs (Temporary ID String with Two ID Prompts)
First ID Automatically Assigned, Second ID Manually Entered
First Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Press the ENTER key.
4. The display will change to show +&.
5. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key. If a ticket is
NOT desired, press the ENTER key instead.
6. The automatically assigned temporary ID string, the manually entered ID, and the
weight will be stored.
7. A temporary ticket showing the ID strings and weight will be printed and the display will
show 2TKPV2CUU.
Second Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter the ID string printed on the ticket and then press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket, display 2TKPV2CUU, and delete the ID string.
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ID STORAGE OPERATION, CONT.
TEMPORARY ID
Multiple IDs (Temporary ID String with Three ID Prompts)
First ID Automatically Assigned, Second and Third IDs Manually Entered
First Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Press the ENTER key.
4. The display will change to show +&.
5. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the ENTER key.
6. The display will change to show +&.
7. Enter up to a 12-digit alphanumeric ID string and press the PRINT key. If a ticket is
NOT desired, press the ENTER key instead.
8. Temporary ID strings will be assigned and the weight stored.
9. A temporary ticket showing the ID strings and weight will be printed and the display will
show 2TKPV2CUU.
Second Pass
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show +&.
3. Enter the ID string printed on the ticket and then press the PRINT key.
4. The indicator will print a ticket, display 2TKPV2CUU, and delete the ID string.
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PRESET WEIGHT COMPARATORS OPERATION
The Model 225 indicator has sixteen (16) outputs, which can be configured during the setup of
the weight indicator to perform as Preset Weight Comparators “PWC”. If the PWC feature was
selected during setup, the indicator will compare each enabled preset weight value with the
displayed weight and then output a signal for each preset based on the comparison results.
Enter Preset Values
With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the PRESET key.
2::::::2::::::2::::::
2::::::2::::::2::::::
2::::::2::::::
2::::::
2::::::2::::::2::::::
2::::::2::::::5'664+/
2::::::2::::::5'65%#.'
'06'4VQ':+6QT29%61 %*#0)'
24'5'6
2:::::: (PRESET 1 WEIGHT VALUE)
through
2:::::: (PRESET 16 WEIGHT VALUE)
1. The display will change to show the values for the enabled PWCs. Note that XXXXXX
is the current value for each preset.
NOTE! In the example shown above, all 16 preset values are shown enabled.
2. If the values displayed for each preset are acceptable, press the ENTER key to exit and
return to normal operation.
3. Otherwise, to change a preset weight value, use the numeric keys to select the PWC#
(1 to 16) to change and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to show
the current value (29%::::::) of the preset selected.
4. Using the numeric keys, enter the new value for the preset and then press the ENTER
key to save the new setting.
5. Continue with this procedure until a value for each preset to be used has been entered.
6. After the last preset value has been entered, press the 1 and 7 keys and then the
ENTER key to enter the preset trim weight values or press the ENTER key to exit and
return to normal operation.
NOTE! Enter a zero (0) then press the ENTER key if the preset weight comparator is
not to be used.
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PRESET WEIGHT COMPARATORS OPERATION
5'664+/ (SET TRIM WEIGHT)
1. With the display showing the values of the enabled PWCs, press the 1 and 7 keys and
then the ENTER key.
666
666
66
6
666
665'69)6
665'65%#.'
'06'4VQ':+6QT29%61%*#0)'
24'5'6
2. The display will change to show the values of the enabled PWCs preset trim weights.
Note that is the factory default value for each preset.
3. If the values displayed for each preset trim weight are acceptable, press the ENTER key
to exit and return to normal operation.
4. Otherwise, use the numeric key to select the PWC# (1 to 16) trim weight to change and
then press the ENTER key. The display will change to show the current trim weight
value (64/:) of the preset selected.
5. Using the numeric keys, enter the new value for the preset trim weight and then press
the ENTER key to save the new setting.
6. Continue with this procedure until a value for each preset trim weight to be used has
been entered.
7. After the last preset trim value has been entered, press the 1 and 8 keys and then the
ENTER key to enter the preset scale values or press the ENTER key to exit and return
to normal operation.
Remember that the trim weight is to compensate for material in transit and
causes the preset to turn on when the displayed weight equals or exceeds the
Preset weight value LESS its associated Trim weight value. Also, remember
that the preset is based on the displayed weight, which can be either gross or
net weight.
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5'65%#.' (SET SCALE)
1. With the display showing the values of the enabled PWCs presets or trim weights, press
the 1 and 8 keys and then the ENTER key.
5:5:5:
5:5:5:
5:5:5:
5:5:5:
5:5:5'664+/
5:5:5'65%#.'
'06'4VQ':+6QT29%61%*#0)'
24'5'6
2. The display will change to show the scale that each enabled PWC is associated with.
Note that X is the current value for each preset.
3. If the values displayed for each preset are acceptable, press the ENTER key to exit and
return to normal operation.
4. Otherwise, use the numeric key to select the PWC# (1 to 16) scale association to
change and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to show the current
scale association (5%.:) of the preset selected.
5. Using the numeric keys, enter the new value for the preset scale association and then
press the ENTER key to save the new setting.
6. Continue with this procedure until a value for each preset scale association to be used
has been entered.
7. After the last preset scale associated has been entered, press the ENTER key to exit
and return to normal operation.
NOTE! To select the TOTAL scale, enter a 4 at the 5%. prompt.
Enter Preset Values Completed
After entry of the presets, trim weight and scale associations are complete, operation may
begin. Press the ENTER key to exit and return to normal operation. Note that the Preset
Weight Comparators are always active unless a zero preset value was entered for the preset.
IMPORTANT! Remember that the preset weight comparators function
operates on the absolute value of the weight ignoring the polarity.
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ACCUMULATORS
Net Weight Accumulator
To VIEW and PRINT the Net Weight accumulator:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display will
change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the NET/GROSS key. The display will change to show the Net Weight
accumulator value.
3. Press the PRINT key. The value for the Net Weight accumulator will be printed.
4. Press the ENTER key or ESC (press SHIFT and then m ) key to exit and return to
normal operation.
To ZERO the Net Weight accumulator:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display
will change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the NET/GROSS key. The display will change to show the Net Weight
accumulator value.
3. Press the ZERO or m (BACKSPACE) key.
4. The value for the Net Weight accumulator will be reset to zero.
5. Press the ENTER key or ESC (press SHIFT and then m ) key to exit and return to
normal operation.
Gross Weight Accumulator
To VIEW and PRINT the Gross Weight accumulator:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display
will change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the NET/GROSS key twice. The display will change to show the Gross
Weight accumulator value.
3. Press the PRINT key. The value for the Gross Weight accumulator will be printed.
4. Press the NET/GROSS key, ENTER key or ESC (press SHIFT and then m ) key
to exit and return to normal operation.
To ZERO the Gross Weight accumulator:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display
will change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the NET/GROSS key twice. The display will change to show the Gross
Weight accumulator value.
3. Press the ZERO or m (BACKSPACE) key.
4. The Gross Weight accumulator will be reset to zero.
5. Press the NET/GROSS key, ENTER key or ESC (press SHIFT and then m ) key
to exit and return to normal operation.
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ACCUMULATORS, CONT.
Count Accumulators
To view the COUNT accumulator:
1. Press the ACCUM key. The display will change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the COUNT key.
3. The display will change to show the Piece Count Accumulator value.
4. Press the ENTER key to return to normal operation.
To print the COUNT accumulator:
1. Press the ACCUM key. The display will change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the COUNT key.
3. The display will change to show the Piece Count Accumulator value.
4. Press the PRINT key.
5. The value for the Piece Count accumulator will be printed.
6. Press the ENTER key.
7. The indicator will return to normal operation when printing has been completed.
To zero the COUNT accumulator:
1. Press the ACCUM key. The display will change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the COUNT key.
3. The display will change to show the Piece Count Accumulator value.
4. Press the ZERO key.
5. The value for the Piece Weight accumulator will be reset to zero.
5. Press the ENTER key to return to normal operation.
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ACCUMULATORS, CONT.
ID Accumulators
To View An ID Accumulator:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display will
change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +F.
3. Enter the ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will show 4GH::::::::::::. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the
name associated with the ID.
5. Press the ENTER key.
6. The display will change to show the current tare weight stored.
7. Press the ENTER key.
8. The display will change to show the accumulator value of the ID entered or if the
accumulator value is greater than (>) 999,999,999, 18'4(.19 will be displayed.
9. Press the ENTER key to return to normal operation.
To Print A Single ID Accumulator:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display will
change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +F.
3. Enter the ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will show 4GH::::::::::::. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the
name associated with the ID.
5. Press the ENTER key.
6. The display will change to show the current tare weight stored.
7. Press the ENTER key.
8. The display will change to show the accumulator value of the ID entered or if the
accumulator value is greater than (>) 999,999,999, 18'4(.19 will be displayed.
9. Press the PRINT key. The accumulator value for the ID entered will be printed.
10. The indicator will return to normal operation when printing has been completed.
To Print All Active ID Accumulators:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display will
change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +F.
3. Press the PRINT key.
4. The display will show 2TKPVKPI.
5. The accumulator values for ALL active IDs will be printed.
6. The indicator will return to normal operation when printing has been completed.
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ACCUMULATORS, CONT.
To Zero A Single ID Accumulator:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display will
change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +F.
3. Enter the ID string and press the ENTER key.
4. The display will show 4GH::::::::::::. Note that XXXXXXXXXXXX is the
name associated with the ID.
5. Press the ENTER key.
6. The display will change to show the current tare weight stored.
7. Press the ENTER key.
8. The display will change to show the accumulator value of the ID entered or if the
accumulator value is greater than (>) 999,999,999, 18'4(.19 will be displayed.
9. Press the ZERO key.
10. The accumulator value for the ID entered will be reset to zero.
11. Press the ENTER key to return to normal operation.
To Zero All Active ID Accumulators:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the ACCUM key. The display will
change to show #%%7/7.#614.
2. Press the ID key. The display will change to show +F.
3. Press the DELETE key.
4. The display will show &GN#NN!01, which asks if all active ID accumulators are to
be deleted.
5. To delete all active ID accumulators, press the YES key.
6. The display will change to &GN#NN!;'5.
7. Press the ENTER key.
8. The accumulator values for ALL active IDs will be reset to zero.
9. The indicator will return to normal operation when all active IDs have been zeroed.
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CONTINUOUS OUTPUT FORMATS
SMA
<lf><s><r><n><m><f><xxxxxx.xxx><uuu><cr>
Where:
lf =
s=
Line Feed
Flags
r=
n=
m=
f=
xxxxxx.xxx =
uuu =
cr =
Range
Mode
Motion
Custom
Weight
Units
Carriage Return
Z= center of Zero, O = Over cap, E = zero Error,
e = weight not currently being displayed
1, 2, 3, ...
G = Gross, T = Tare, N = Net
M = Motion, " "(blank) = no motion
Custom flag
Six digits with decimal point
ton, lb, oz, t, kg, g
(hex 0D)
SB-400
<s><xxxxxx><d><uu><m><cc><cr>
Where:
114
s=
xxxxxx.xxx =
d=
uu =
m=
cc =
Sign
Weight
Decimal point
Units
Mode
Weight Status
cr =
Carriage Return
"-" = negative, " " (blank) = positive
Six digits
Added to string if enabled in setup
tn, lb, oz, t, kg, g
G = Gross, N = Net
OC = over capacity
CZ = center of zero
MO = motion
ee = weight not currently being displayed
(hex 0D)
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CONTINUOUS OUTPUT FORMATS, CONT.
TOLEDO
Format 0 – 8530 no CKSUM
<stx><swa><swb><swc>xxxxxx>yyyyyy<cr>
Where:
stx =
swa =, swb=, swc=
xxxxxx=
yyyyyy=
cr =
Start of TeXt (hex 02)
Status Bytes
Displayed Weight, Gross or Net Weight (Six Digits)
Tare Weight (Six Digits)
Carriage Return (hex 0D)
Format 1 – SHORT no CKSUM
<stx><swa><swb><swc>xxxxxx<cr>
Where:
stx =
swa =, swb=, swc=
xxxxxx=
cr =
Start of TeXt (hex 02)
Status Bytes
Displayed Weight, Gross or Net Weight (Six Digits)
Carriage Return (hex 0D)
Format 2 – 8530 with CKSUM
<stx><swa><swb><swc>xxxxxx>yyyyyy<cr><sum>
Where:
stx =
swa =, swb=, swc=
xxxxxx=
yyyyyy=
cr =
sum=
Start of TeXt (hex 02)
Status Bytes
Displayed Weight, Gross or Net Weight (Six Digits)
Tare Weight (Six Digits)
Carriage Return (hex 0D)
Checksum Character
Format 3 – SHORT with CKSUM
<stx><swa><swb><swc>xxxxxx<cr><sum>
Where:
stx =
swa =, swb=, swc=
xxxxxx=
cr =
sum=
Start of TeXt (hex 02)
Status Bytes
Displayed Weight, Gross or Net Weight (Six Digits)
Carriage Return (hex 0D)
Checksum Character
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CONTINUOUS OUTPUT FORMATS, CONT.
IQ355
<stx><polarity><wwwwwww><units><g/n><status><crlf>
Where:
stx =
polarity =
wwwwwww =
units =
Start of TeXt
Sign
Weight
Units
g/n
status
Mode
status
CRLF =
Carriage Return
with Line Feed
(hex 02)
"-" = negative, " " (blank) = positive
Seven digits
" "(blank) = none, L = lb, K = kg, T = tons,
G = grams, O = ounces
G = Gross, N = Net
" "(blank) = valid
I = invalid
M = motion
O = over cap
(hex 0D) with (hex 0A)
SB500 (with Traffic Light)
%NDDDDDDDDDT<CR>
Where:
N = Panel number for a daisy chain configuration
D = Byte of data to display at respective location on the scoreboard
T = Control character for the traffic light. Valid characters for T are:
G = Turn on Green light
R = Turn on Red light
" "(space) = no lights on
<CR> = Carriage Return
SB250/500M
%NDDDDDDDDD<CR>
Where:
N = Panel number for a daisy chain configuration
D = Byte of data to display at respective location on the scoreboard
<CR> = Carriage Return
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CONTINUOUS OUTPUT FORMATS, CONT.
Weight on Demand Format
If continuous output has not been selected for PRINTER or COM Ports (%10601), the 225
indicator will respond to a weight request (ENQ) as follows.
The host device (computer) sends:
ENQ - (hex 05)
The 225 will respond:
<s><xxxxxx><d><uu><m><cc><cr>
Where:
s=
xxxxxx.xxx =
d=
uu =
m=
cc =
Sign
Weight
Decimal point
Units
Mode
Weight Status
cr =
Carriage Return
"-" = negative, " " (blank) = positive
Six digits
Added to string if enabled in setup
tn, lb, oz, t, kg, g
G = Gross, N = Net
OC = over capacity
CZ = center of zero
MO = motion
ee = weight not currently being displayed
(hex 0D)
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SMA Weight on Demand Format
If continuous output has not been selected for PRINTER or COM Ports (%10601), the 225
indicator will respond to a SMA weight request as follows.
The host device (computer) sends:
<lf> W <cr>
The 225 will respond:
<lf><s><r><n><m><f><xxxxxx.xxx><uuu><cr>
Where:
118
lf =
s=
Line Feed
Flags
r=
n=
m=
f=
xxxxxx.xxx =
uuu =
cr =
Range
Mode
Motion
Custom
Weight
Units
Carriage Return
Z= center of Zero, O = Over cap, E = zero Error,
e = weight not currently being displayed
1, 2, 3, ...
G = Gross, T = Tare, N = Net
M = Motion, " "(blank) = no motion
Custom flag
Six digits with decimal point
ton, lb, oz, t, kg, g
(hex 0D)
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ASCII COMMANDS
The Model 225 indicator will respond to ASCII coded serial data, in the format below, when
input to the RXD serial input or the IR port.
y
y
y
y
y
y
The commands are ASCII strings, without spaces, followed by a carriage return <cr>
and can be upper or lower case, or any combination.
Data inside parenthesis is the parameter item designator (e.g. “PWC (1) <cr>” requests
the value of PWC number 1 preset to be transmitted from the indicator).
A command followed by the equal sign “=” is a set command and must be followed by
the data desired to be stored for that parameter.
Any command without an equal sign requests data to be transmitted from the indicator
(a query command).
Commands that set more than one value use commas between the values.
To verify data has been stored correctly in the indicator, send the command to request
the same data to be transmitted from the indicator.
Commands
Command
Gross<cr>
Tare<cr>
Tare=123<cr>
Net<cr>
PWC (1)<cr>
PWC (1)=123<cr>
Fast<cr>
Fast=123<cr>
Slow<cr>
Slow=123<cr>
Fill<cr>
Fill=123<cr>
Trim<cr>
Trim=123<cr>
Response
1000lb G
100lb T
OK
900lb N
100lb PWC1
OK
100lb F
OK
100lb F
OK
100lb F
OK
100lb TRM
OK
Accum(g)<cr>
1000lb
Accum(n)=100<cr>
Ing(1)<cr>
Ing(1)=1,100,150<cr>
Trim(1)<cr>
Trim(1)=100<cr>
ID()<cr>
ID(1)<cr>
ID(1)=ref,100,0<cr>
OK
1 100lb 1200lb
OK
100lb TRM1
OK
id(x)=r,1,2
id(1)=r,1,2
OK
Key(x)<cr>
Results of (x) function.
Description
Transmit Gross Weight
Transmit Current Tare
Set Tare To Value
Transmit Net Weight
Transmit PWC Value
Set PWC To Value
Transmit 2 Speed DFC Fast Value
Set 2 Speed DFC Fast Value
Transmit 2 Speed DFC Slow Value
Set 2 Speed DFC Slow Value
Transmit 1 Speed DFC Value
Set 1 Speed DFC Value
Transmit DFC Trim Value
Set DFC Trim Value
Transmit Accumulator Valid Selections
G/N/C/1-7
Set Accumulator
Transmit Ingredient (Bin, Fast, Slow)
Set Ing (Bin, Fast, Slow)
Transmit Batcher Trim For Ing X
Set Batcher Trim
List ALL IDs ID(ID)=Ref, Tare, Accum
List A Single ID
Add Or Replace An ID
Performs function of (x) as if key was
pressed. See Valid Key Names.
<cr> = carriage return
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ASCII COMMANDS, CONT.
Valid Key Names
The following is a list of valid key names for the ASCII COMMAND Key(x).
Key Name
asterisk or 4
0 to 9
A to Z
a to z
enter
time
net
preset
count
tare
tarewt
Comments
Use either the word “asterisk” or the symbol “4”
Numeric characters
Uppercase alpha characters
Lower case alpha characters
Toggles between Gross and Net weight modes
Stores the current gross weight as the new tare weight.
(The same function as the diamond “T” key).
Displays the current tare weight for three seconds.
(The same function as the weight “T” key).
print
Turns the indicator off. (NOTE: The ON/OFF key on the
keypad must be pressed to turn the indicator back on).
off
zero
Toggles between the base units and converted units
selected during Setup and Calibration.
units
start
stop
mem
id
accum
delete
dump
Selects Gross weight only, DOES NOT toggle between
Gross and Net weight modes. (See Net, above).
gross
Error Responses
Response
?
MODE
120
Description
Did not understand the command.
This command not supported by the mode of operation.
For example: no Ing() if not batcher.
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INFRARED (IR) DATA PORT
An infrared (IR) data port is standard on the Model 225 Indicator. The IR port is located on the
front panel of the indicator slightly above and to the right side of the PRINT key (see Figure
No. 16). NOTE! If not using the IR data port, it is highly recommended to disable it.
The IR port transmits and receives data using
the same settings and formats supported by the
PRINTER port.
Infrared
Port
To use the IR port, you need the following:
y A computer (such as a desktop or laptop)
or a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)
equipped with an IR port.
y An infrared port driver that allows the
computer or PDA to communicate with IR
port in the 225.
y Application software for the computer or
PDA to send and receive the data.
Figure No. 16
USING THE IR PORT
1. Make sure the 225 is on and the computer or PDA is ready to communicate.
2. Align the computer within 3 feet (1 meter) of the IR port.
3. Ensure that the ports are facing each other (line-of-sight) with no more than a 15º angle
to either the left or right and above and below.
4. Send the command to the 225.
5. The 225 will perform the command (e.g. change from Gross to Net weight on the
display) or the data requested will be sent to the computer or PDA.
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Error Codes
The Model 225 indicator is equipped with software that indicates when an error in the
operation takes place. The following lists the error codes displayed by the 225 along with their
meaning. Should you encounter an error code, please refer to this list for the cause.
#0#.1)*+)*
»»»»»»»
1. The load cell input is above the allowed range of the indicator.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Check for improper load cell wiring, excessive load, and for
output of 1 to 40mV.
2. Load cell or circuit failure.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Consult your scale service provider.
#0#.1).19
»»»»»»»
1. The load cell input is below the allowed range of the indicator.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Check for improper load cell wiring and for output of 1 to 40mV.
2. Load cell or circuit failure.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Consult your scale service provider.
18'4%#2
»»»»»»»
The load on the scale exceeds the scale capacity (105% of capacity if 75#;'5 or plus 9
divisions if 75#01). May indicate miscalibration.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Remove the over capacity load from the scale platform. Consult
your scale service provider regarding recalibration.
%*'%-/#6.
In a Digital Fill Control or Batcher operation configured for decumulative operation
(#%%7/.#6';'5) there is not enough material to start the operation.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine the reason for the error display and take the
appropriate corrective action.
%*'%-<'41
In a Digital Fill Control or Batcher operation with &7/2)#6';'5 and #761
6#4'01 the weight is above the zero tolerance value.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine the reason for the error display and take the
appropriate corrective action.
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TROUBLESHOOTING, CONT.
%1.&4#/
The external ram has failed to retain memory.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Consult your scale service provider.
%#..156%10(+)4'37+4'&5%#.':
EEPROM checksum failure. Indicates improper stored calibration data, calibration is
necessary. Note that X is the scale number (1, 2 or 3).
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Recalibrate with calibrated test weight.
'4414
An invalid keypad entry was attempted:
A.
B.
C.
D.
PRINT key pressed with a negative weight.
TARE key pressed to enter a push button tare value of a negative value.
ENTER key pressed to enter a tare weight value that exceeds the scale capacity.
ENTER key pressed to enter a tare weight value that is inconsistent with the scale
division value (i.e. attempt to enter a tare of 123 with scale divisions of 5).
E. ZERO key pressed when the gross weight is outside the scale zero weight range.
F. lb/kg key pressed to change to kilograms when the kilogram tare weight value exceeds
4 digits in length.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine which of the reasons for the error display is applicable
and take the appropriate corrective action.
#&'4414
»»»»»»»
The Analog to Digital converter chip has stopped producing weight.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Consult your scale service provider.
&4&;'4414
»»»»»»»
The Analog to Digital converter chip is not responding.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Consult your scale service provider.
(+.'(7..
The operator is attempting to add an ID when the ID file is full.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine the reason for the error display and take the
appropriate corrective action.
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*7*!
UNITS key pressed in an attempt to perform a “unit” conversion that is not allowed.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine the reason for the error display and take the
appropriate corrective action.
+&+075'
The operator is attempting to add an ID that already exists.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Chose another number for the ID.
+&016(170&
The operator is attempting to use an ID that does not exist.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine the reason for the error display and take the
appropriate corrective action.
016#4'
NET key pressed with no stored tare weight value.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine the reason for the error display and take the
appropriate corrective action.
18'4(.19
»»»»»»»
The indicator is attempting to display a positive number greater than seven (7) digits in
length or a negative number of more than six (6) digits.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Return to Gross Weight mode and review Tare value. May
indicate miscalibration.
611$+)
UNITS key pressed in an attempt to perform a “unit” conversion where the interval would
have been greater than 50.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine the reason for the error display and take the
appropriate corrective action.
6115/#..
UNITS key pressed in an attempt to perform a “unit” conversion where the interval would
have been less than .0001.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Determine the reason for the error display and take the
appropriate corrective action.
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TROUBLESHOOTING, CONT.
7056#$.'
Motion is present when trying to power up, print, zero or perform a push button tare function.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Wait for a stable weight display (STABLE symbol on) before
performing any of these operations.
9410)4#/
During memory access to the external ram, an error has occurred.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Consult your scale service provider.
:4#/(#+.74'
The power up test of external ram (the big chip in a socket) has failed.
CORRECTIVE ACTION: Consult your scale service provider.
Before You Call Service
The Model 225 indicator has been designed to provide you with years of trouble-free
operation. In spite of this, troubles sometimes happen. Before calling for service assistance,
you should make some initial checks to verify that a problem does exist. The following
describes several types of symptoms along with suggested remedies.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Display does not turn on
Is the AC power cord fully inserted into the wall
receptacle? Check wall receptacle for proper AC
power. Try another electrical appliance in the same
receptacle. Does it work? Check the circuit
breaker. Has there been power failure?
Incorrect weight displayed
Has the indicator been calibrated? Insure that the
scale platform is not touching an adjacent object.
Check the load cell connector wiring. If using four
(4) wire load cells, insure the sense lead jumper
(J9) is installed. Have proper operation procedures
been followed?
Indicator will not display weight
Refer to Error Codes section and make certain that
the 18'4%#2message is not displayed. If so,
and scale is not loaded, perform the calibration
procedure.
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TEST MODE AND ERASING MEMORY
Test Mode
The Test mode is used to display the software revision number, the calibration “C” numbers,
and conduct a test of all display elements. The test consists of 6 cycles:
With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the SHIFT and then m /ESC key.
The display will change to show the (70%6+10 prompt.
Press the UNITS key.
The display will show the model number and the software revision.
Next, a graphics display test will be performed.
After the display test, the 225 will display the calibration “C” numbers (C1 to C4) for
approximately 5 seconds.
7. After displaying the “C” numbers, the display will return to normal operation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Erase Ram Memory
WARNING! This procedure will ERASE ALL of the internal RAM memory! This
includes the ID file, batcher info, dealer string, mode of operation, visual tickets).
If a 225 does not display properly after a program update or otherwise becomes corrupt,
perform the following:
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the SHIFT key and then the
Navigation ENTER key (red square key).
2. The display will change to show the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
3. Using the numeric keys, enter 130 and then press the ENTER key.
4. The display will change to show a warning message.
5. To ERASE ALL the memory, press YES (on the soft keys) and then the ENTER key.
6. Otherwise, press NO (on the soft keys) and then the ENTER key to return the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
Erasing EEPROM Memory
WARNING! This procedure will ERASE the EEPROM calibration data. All EEPROM
memory will be erased and the settings for the scales, Serial ports, etc. will be set
to their default values.
1. With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the SHIFT key and then the
Navigation ENTER key (red square key).
2. The display will change to show the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
3. Using the numeric keys, enter 160 and then press the ENTER key.
4. The display will change to show a warning message.
5. To ERASE the calibration data, press YES (on the soft keys) and then the ENTER key.
6. Otherwise, press NO (on the soft keys) and then the ENTER key to return the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
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FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT
If after performing linearization testing, an error in the overall weight (span setting of the scale)
or an error in a specific range of weight is found, adjustments can be made using the
procedures described below.
With the indicator ON, press the SHIFT key and then press the Navigation ENTER key (red
square key in center of the Navigation arrows). The display will change to show the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
With the SETUP/REVIEW MENU displayed,
1. Press the 1 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to SETUP MENU #1.
2. Press NEXT (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to proceed to SETUP MENU #2.
3. Press the 5 key and then the ENTER key to proceed to SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU.
(+0'52#0 (FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT)
If Fine Span Adjustment is desired, place a calibrated test weight on the scale and with the
SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 4 key and then the ENTER key. The
display will change to show SCALE 1 FINE SPAN ADJUST. Note that #&,:::::::
is the current displayed weight.
y Press UP (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to increase the span.
y Press DOWN (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to decrease the span.
y Press EXIT (Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow) to save the new setting and return to the
SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU.
y Press the Navigation Keys U UP Arrow four (4) times to reset the indicator and return to
normal operations.
*+4'5 (HIGH RESOLUTION ADJUSTMENT)
If High Resolution Weight adjustment is desired, place a calibrated test weight on the scale
and with the SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU displayed, press the 5 key and then the
ENTER key. The display will change to show SCALE 1 HIRES ADJUSTMENT. Note that
*+4'5:::::: is the active weight in “high resolution” mode (in 1/10 interval).
y
y
y
y
y
Press UP (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to increase the span.
Press DOWN (Navigation Keys V Down Arrow) to decrease the span.
Press the ZERO key to zero the scale.
Press the PRINT key to print the weight (followed by the text TEST).
Press EXIT (Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow) to save the new setting and return to the
SCALE 1 CALIBRATION MENU.
y Press the Navigation Keys U UP Arrow four (4) times to reset the indicator and return to
normal operations.
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VIEW AUDIT TRAIL COUNTERS
A Category 1 Audit Trial is provided on the Model 225 with two event counters that increment
when a change is made to features that are required by NTEP or OIML to be sealed. One
counter is designated for calibration parameters and one is designated for configuration
changes as required in NCWM Publication 14, 2007. Each event counter has a capacity to
record 999 changes. The data for the counters is maintained in non-volatile memory and can
be viewed or printed by a weights and measures inspector. When selected, the display will
show a 3-digit number representing the Calibration and Configuration counters.
To View the Audit Trail Counters
With the indicator ON, press the SHIFT key and then press the Navigation ENTER key (red
square key in center of the Navigation arrows). The display will change to show the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
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8+'9#7&+664#+.%1706'45
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With the SETUP/REVIEW MENU displayed, press the 2 key and then the ENTER key.
The display will change to show COUNTER MENU.
%1706'4/'07
%#.+$4#6+10%1706'4:::
%10(+)74#6+10%1706'4:::
2TGUU24+06MG[VQRTKPVEQWPVGTU
2TGUUCP[QVJGTMG[VQ':+6
%#.+$4#6+10%1706'4 (CALIBRATION COUNTER)
The %#.+$4#6+10%1706'4::: is the current value for the number of
times the 225 has been calibrated.
%10(+)74#6+10%1706'4 (CONFIGURATION COUNTER)
The %10(+)74#6+10%1706'4::: is the current value for the number of
times the 225 has had a configuration change.
Press the PRINT key to print the counters using the selected printer port enabled during
Calibration and Setup. Otherwise, press any key (alphanumeric, soft or the navigation keys)
on the keypad to exit and return to the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
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ELECTRONIC TALLEY ROLL (ETR) FILE
The 225 is equipped with an Electronic Talley Roll (ETR) feature that stores the weight and a
consecutive transaction number each time the indicator receives a Talley command from the
computing peripheral. The data is maintained in non-volatile memory and is available for use
by a weights and measures inspector.
When enabled, each time the indicator receives an ETR request (SMA XT command), the
gross weight and an internal consecutive transaction number (that cannot be modified) will be
stored in memory. The 225 has sufficient memory to create an ETR file that will store up to
7000 transactions. The ETR file is structured such that when its capacity is reached, the
newest transaction will replace the oldest. The ETR file can only be displayed and cannot be
manually cleared or printed.
Enabling the Electronic Talley Roll (ETR)
To enable the Electronic Talley Roll (ETR) feature, the following parameters must be set:
In 5'672/'07
•
75#01
•
/1&'1(12(QT)
In 5'672/'075'4+#.%1/:(Note that : is the COM port the
indicator receives a Talley command from the computing peripheral)
•
%10601
•
6;2'6#..';
Viewing the Electronic Talley Roll (ETR) File
With the indicator in normal operations mode, press the SHIFT and then m /ESC key.
The display will change to show the (70%6+10 prompt.
Press the ZERO key.
The display will show (+0&'64.
Using the numeric keys, enter the transaction number to find and then press the ENTER
key.
6. The indicator will display '64::::::;;for 3 seconds. Note that XXXXXX is the
weight and YY is the units of measurement.
7. After displaying the record, the display will return to normal operation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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ELECTRONIC TALLEY ROLL (ETR) FILE, CONT.
Recording a Electronic Tally Roll Transaction Record
To record an ETR transaction record, the computing peripheral (host device) transmits the
SMA XT command (also called TALLEY ON STABLE) to the weight indicator.
Electronic Talley Roll (ETR) Format
The host device (computing peripheral) sends:
<0Ah><XT><ODh>
The 225 weight indicator will respond by transmitting the following to the host device:
<s><xxxxxx><d><uu><m><cc>#nnnnnn<cr>
Where:
s=
xxxxxx =
d=
uu =
m=
cc =
Sign
Weight
Decimal point
Units
Mode
Weight Status
#nnnnnn
cr =
Consecutive Number
Carriage Return
"-" = negative, " " (blank) = positive
Six digits
Added to string if enabled in setup
tn, lb, l/o, oz, t, kg, g
G = Gross, N = Net
OC = over capacity
BZ = below zero
MO = motion
ee = weight not currently being displayed
(hex 0D)
NOTE! The weight and consecutive number data is only stored in the indicator’s
non-volatile memory and transmitted to the host device when the weight is stable
(no motion).
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DELETING CUSTOM TICKETS
With the indicator ON, press the SHIFT key and then press the Navigation ENTER key (red
square key in center of the Navigation arrows). The display will change to show the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
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&'.%7561/6+%-'6(Delete Custom Ticket)
With the SETUP/REVIEW MENU displayed, press the 9 key and then the ENTER key. The
display will change to show the Delete Custom Ticket prompt.
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1. With the Delete Custom Ticket prompt displayed, use the numeric keys to enter the slot
number (1 to 6) of the custom ticket to be deleted.
2. Press the ENTER key to delete the ticket and return to the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
3. Repeat the procedure for each custom ticket to be deleted.
4. After the last custom ticket has been deleted, press the ENTER key to return to the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
Press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to reset the indicator and return to normal
operations.
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PRINT SETUP
With the indicator ON, press the SHIFT key and then press the Navigation ENTER key (red
square key in center of the Navigation arrows). The display will change to show the
SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
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24+065'672(Print Setup)
With the SETUP/REVIEW MENU displayed, press the 1 and 0 keys and then the ENTER
key to print a hard copy of the 225 SETUP PARAMETERS.
NOTE! The hard copy will print using the PRINTER SERIAL port with the parameters
selected during Calibration and Setup and return to the SETUP/REVIEW MENU.
Press EXIT (Navigation Keys U UP Arrow) to reset the indicator and return to normal
operations.
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LEAD AND WIRE SECURITY SEAL INSTALLATION
If your Model 225 indicator is used in a commercial application and your local metrology laws
require the use of physical sealing, a lead and wire security seal can be installed to prevent the
rear panel from being removed from the indicator to gain access to the calibration jumper (P6)
thereby preventing unauthorized access to the calibration adjustments. Refer to the Figure
No. 17 for a suggested location and details on the installation of the security seal.
NOTE! In order to install the lead and wire security seal, two (2) acorn nuts on the
rear panel MUST be replaced with drilled acorn nuts. They are available from the
Cardinal Scale Mfg. Parts Department. The part number is 8200-B026-08 (NUT HEX
#10-32 ACORN SS DRILLED).
Figure No. 17
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ITEM #
1
2
3¿
4
5
6¿
7
QTY.
1
14
1
1
1
1
1
PART NUMBER
593GR986
6013-0433
6600-0059
6650-0087
8200-D371-0A
8200-D371-1A
8200-D373-0A
DESCRIPTION
SERIAL TAG ASSEMBLY
NUT HEX #10-32 ACORN SS
LABEL “WEEE” .4” x .5” (WHITE ON BLACK)
LABEL, MADE IN THE USA (WITH FLAG) 1” X 1”
SUB-ASSEMBLY: REAR ENCLOSURE
SUB-ASSEMBLY: REAR ENCL W/EURO PWR CORD
SUB ASSEMBLY FRONT
¿ USED ON THE 225EU ONLY
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PART IDENTIFICATION
(Front Assembly)
ITEM #
1
QTY.
18
PART NUMBER
6013-0039
DESCRIPTION
NUT HEX # 6-32
2
1
6013-0297
NUT # 10-32 HEX
3
1
6024-0037
WASHER LOCK HELICAL SP # 10 REG SS
4
12
6024-1078
WASHER FLAT # 6 NEOPRENE BACKING SS
5
1
6610-5002
GROUND LUG L-35
6
2
6610-5007
CABLE CLIP, 1” x 1” GREY
7
6
6680-0004
WASHER LOCK INT TOOTH # 6 TYPE A Z-PL
8
6
6680-0219
SPACER # 6 X .813 NYLON
9
1
8200-B309-08
GASKET FOR 220 ENCLOSURE
10
1
8200-C312-0A
WELDMENT: BEZEL FOR 220
11
1
8200-D358-0A
PCB ASS’Y 225 CONTROLLER
12
1
8200-D360-08
KEYPAD: 225 DWI
13
1
8200-D365-0A
WELDMENT: ENCLOSURE, FRONT
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PART IDENTIFICATION
(Rear Assembly)
ITEM #
1
QTY.
4
PART NUMBER
6013-0315
2
8
6540-1104
PLUG, HOLE 0.173”-0.240” RED POLYETH.
3
1
6540-1129
PLUG, HOLE 0.361”-0.427” RED LDPE
4
1
6610-1506
CONN GLAND .160-.310 GRIP .60 MTG NICKEL
5
1
6610-2081
CONN GLAND .170-.470 GRIP .875 MTG BLK
6
7
6610-2248
CONN GLAND .187-.312 GRIP .599 MTG BLK
7
4
6680-0004
WASHER LOCK INT TOOTH # 6 TYPE A Z-PL
8
2
6680-0138
SPACER # 6 x .187 NYLON
9
1
6680-1107
SPACER # 4-40 x .750 3/16 HEX ALU. Z/P
10
1
6680-2105
SPACER # 4-40 x .750 NYLON
11
1
6800-1032
POWER SUPPLY 15VDC/1.4AMP (UNIVERSAL IN)
12
1
6910-0171
NUT CONDUIT 1/2 LOCK
6980-0014
CABLE TIE 4” WHITE
14
1
1
6980-0250
POWER CORD H05VV-F3G 1mm, 10A/250V, BLACK
15
1
6980-1030
POWER CORD 18/3 SVT CEE 6.3 FT
16
-
-
17
1
8200-B104-08
LABEL: 205/210 TERM. BLOCK
18
1
8200-B212-0A
CABLE: GROUND 205/210
19
1
8200-B237-0A
CABLE: AC POWER W/FILTER 205/210 DWI
20
1
8200-B238-0A
CABLE 210-FE POWER SUPPLY OUTPUT
21
1
8200-C363-08
POWER SUPPLY COVER
22
1
8200-C366-0A
WELDMENT: ENCLOSURE, REAR
23
1
8510-C346-0I
LABEL CAUTION HIGH VOLTAGE
13
¿
DESCRIPTION
NUT # 6-32 HEX SMALL PATTERN Z/P
-
¿ USED ON THE 225EU ONLY
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STATEMENT OF LIMITED WARRANTY
WARRANTY TERMS
Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Company warrants the equipment we manufacture against defects in material and workmanship.
The length and terms and conditions of these warranties vary with the type of product and are summarized below:
PRODUCT
TYPE
TERM
MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP
LIGHTNING
DAMAGE
See note 9
WATER
DAMAGE
See note 7
CORROSION
See note 4
ON-SITE
LABOR
LIMITATIONS
AND
REQUIREMENTS
VEHICLE SCALE
WEIGHT
INDICATORS
1
YEARS
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
1, 2, 3, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
VEHICLE SCALE
LOAD CELLS
Ex. Hydraulic
5
YEARS
YES
YES
YES
YES
90 DAYS
1, 2, 3, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
HYDRAULIC
LOAD CELLS
LIFE
YES
YES
YES
YES
90 DAYS
1, 5, 6, 8
A, B, C, D
VEHICLE
SCALE
STRUCTURE
5
YEARS
YES
YES
YES
YES
90 DAYS
1, 2, 3, 5, 6
A, B, C, D, E
ALL OTHER
CARDINAL
PRODUCTS
1
YEAR
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
1, 2, 5, 6
A, B, C, D, E
REPLACEMENT
PARTS
90
DAYS
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
1, 2, 4, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
IN-MOTION
VEHICLE
SCALES
1
YEAR
YES
NO
YES
YES
90 DAYS
1, 2, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
APPLICABLE LIMITATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser. The warranty does not apply to equipment that has been tampered with,
defaced, damaged, or had repairs or modifications not authorized by Cardinal or has had the serial number altered, defaced or
removed.
This warranty is not applicable to equipment that has not been grounded in accordance with Cardinal’s recommendations.
This equipment must be installed and continuously maintained by an authorized Cardinal dealer.
Applies only to components constructed from stainless steel.
This warranty does not apply to equipment damaged in transit. Claims for such damage must be made with the responsible
freight carrier in accordance with freight carrier regulations.
Warranty term begins with date of shipment from Cardinal.
Only if device is constructed for outdoor use.
Lifetime warranty applies to damages resulting from water, lightning, and voltage transients and applies only to the hydraulic
load cell structure itself (does not include pressure transducers, rubber seals, o-rings, and associated wiring).
Except for hydraulic load cells, warranty coverage for damage resulting from lightning is valid ONLY when the device is
installed in strict accordance with Cardinal’s installation instructions including the use of recommended grounding and
surge suppression circuitry.
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E-mail: [email protected]
203 E. Daugherty
Webb City, MO 64870
02/11
Printed in USA
315-WARRANTY-CAR-G
EXCLUSIONS
A.)
B.)
C.)
D.)
E.)
This warranty does not include replacement of consumable of expendable parts. The warranty does not apply to any item
that has been damaged due to unusual wear, abuse, improper line voltage, overloading, theft, fire, lightning, water, prolonged storage or exposure while in purchaser’s possession or acts of God unless otherwise stated herein.
This warranty does not apply to peripheral equipment not manufactured by Cardinal. This equipment will normally be
covered by the equipment manufacturer’s warranty.
This warranty sets forth the extent of our liability for breach of any warranty or deficiency in connection with the sale or
use of our product. Cardinal will not be liable for consequential damages of any nature, including but not limited to loss
of profit, delays or expenses, whether based on tort or contract. Cardinal reserves the right to incorporate improvements
in material and design without notice and is not obligated to incorporate said improvements in equipment previously
manufactured.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied including any warranty that extends beyond the description of the product including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. This warranty covers
only those Cardinal products installed in the forty-eight contiguous United States and Canada.
This warranty does not cover paint coatings due to the variety of environmental conditions.
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Ph. (800) 441-4237
E-mail: [email protected]
203 E. Daugherty
Webb City, MO 64870
02/11
Printed in USA
315-WARRANTY-CAR-G
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