Mettler Toledo PG-S Operating instructions

Operating instructions
METTLER TOLEDO
B-S line of balances
• AB-S
• PB-S
On
off
O/T
MET
TLER
TOLE
C
F
Cal/M
enu
On
off
O/T
MET
TLER
TOLE
C
DO
F
Cal/M
enu
On
off
O/T
MET
TLER
TOLE
C
F
Cal/M
enu
DO
DO
Operating instructions in a nutshell
Press key briefly
Simple weighing
Changing weighing units
0.00 g
Press and hold key
down until the desired
display appears
▼
64.71 g
“
O/T
METTL
ER
TOLED
O
F
Cal/Men
u
•
Cal/Menu
172.32 g
CAL
▼
64710 mg
On
off
C
Adjusting (calibration)
Cal
------
automatic sequence
▼
Piece counting
173.68 g
Cal
#
Switching on
Taring
On
2000.00 g
0.00 g
▼
off
O/T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
O
F
Cal/Men
u
On
off
O/T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
O
F
Cal/Men
u
On
88888888
On
O/T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
O
F
On
off
121.01 g
▼
------
F
off
Cal/Men
u
O/T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
SEt 10
Cal
Cal/Men
u
0.00 g
0.00 g
“
SEt 20
PCS
▼
On
off
O/T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
Cal
O
F
Cal/Men
u
------
▼
0.00 g
On
off
O/T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
O
F
Cal/Men
Switching off
u
±
95.97 g
20
PCS
CAL donE
▼
0.00 g
OFF
249
On
off
O/T
METTL
ER
▼
▼
PCS
O
F
#
▼
Off
Cal
------
0.00 g
TOLED
C
O
F
Cal/Men
u
On
off
O/T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
O
F
Cal/Men
u
- 121.01 g
“
144.82 g
PCS
Contents
1
Getting to know B-S balances ..................................................... 4
5
Functions ............................................................................... 19
1.1
1.2
1.3
Introducing the B-S line of balances ............................................. 4
Layout of B-S balances .............................................................. 5
Overview of key functions ........................................................... 6
5.1
5.2
Piece counting ........................................................................ 19
Switching between weighing units ............................................. 19
2
Startup ..................................................................................... 7
2.1
2.2
2.3
Unpacking / standard equipment ................................................. 7
Cautionary notes ....................................................................... 7
Setting up, leveling, preparations for weighing below the balance,
connecting to power supply ........................................................ 8
Adjusting (calibration).............................................................. 10
2.4
3
Weighing ................................................................................ 11
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
On/off switching ...................................................................... 11
Simple weighing ...................................................................... 11
Taring .................................................................................... 12
METTLER TOLEDO DeltaRange balances .................................... 12
4
Menu ..................................................................................... 13
4.1
4.2
Overview and operation ............................................................ 13
Description of menu options ..................................................... 15
6
Technical data, interface, optional equipment .......................... 20
6.1
6.2
6.3
Technical data ........................................................................ 20
Optional equipment ................................................................. 22
Dimensional drawings ............................................................. 23
7
Appendix ............................................................................... 24
7.1
Typical printouts from METTLER TOLEDO GA42 and LC-P45
printers ................................................................................... 24
What if ...? ............................................................................. 25
Connecting B-S balances to other METTLER TOLEDO devices ........ 26
Maintenance and cleaning ........................................................ 26
7.2
7.3
7.4
3
4
1
Getting to know B-S balances
1.1
AB-S (0.1 mg)
Introducing the B-S line of balances
Several types of construction – uniform operation
• The B-S balance line ranges from high-resolution analytical balances (AB-S) with a readability of 0.1 mg
through to precision balances (PB-S) with a readability of 0.001 g to 0.1 g. The weighing ranges extend
from 51 g to 8.1 kg.
• The operation of all theses balances is identical.
Balance features
• In addition to basic weighing operations such as weighing, taring and adjusting (calibration), a piece
counting function can also be activated.
On
off
O/ T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
O
F
Cal/
Men
u
• METTLER TOLEDO DeltaRange balances also have a movable fine range, with 10 times smaller display
increments, over the the entire weighing range.
PB-S
PB-S (0.01 g/0.1 g)
• Several B-S balances are fitted with a glass draft shield in the factory; with other models a draft shield is
available as an optional extra.
• All B-S balances can be equipped with an optional RS232C interface.
On
off
O/ T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
O
F
Cal/
Men
u
Notes
All B-S balances are available as certified versions. Please ask your METTLER TOLEDO dealer for details.
If you wish to build on what you have learned about weighing in these operating instructions, you will find
valuable tips in booklet 720906 “Weighing the right way”.
On
off
O/ T
METTL
ER
TOLED
C
PB-S (0.001 g)
F
Cal/
Men
u
O
1.2
Layout of B-S balances
1 Keys
6
2 Display
3 Model plate with the following data:
2
“Max”: maximum capacity
“d”: readability
“Min”: minimum capacity (recommended minimum load; only relevant for certified balances)
“e”: verification scale interval (smallest display increment tested during certification; only relevant for
certified balances)
5
4
3
4 Draft shield element
5 Weighing pan
6 Draft shield (standard supply with models AB-S and PBxx3-S)
On
off
O/T
MET
7 Leveling feet
TLER
TOLE
C
DO
7
F
1
Cal/M
enu
8 Hanger opening for weighing below the balance (underside of balance)
9 AC adapter socket
8
10 RS232C interface (optional extra)
11 Lug for optional antitheft device
12 Leveling control
Housing, keys and display are identical for all B-S balances.
12
RS23 2C
11 10
9
5
6
1.3
Overview of key functions
The balances have two operator control levels: the weighing mode and the menu. The function of each
individual key depends on the operator control level and how long the key is pressed.
Weighing mode
Key functions in weighing mode
0.01 g
On
Of f
O/ T
C
Press briefly
Press and hold down
On
Off
• Switch off balance (standby mode)
• Switch on
# • Zero/tare
F
Cal/Menu
C
• Cancel function
“
• Change weighing units
F
• Activate piece counting function
±
• Transfer weighing data via
interface (if fitted)
Cal/Menu
• Adjust (calibrate)
• Show menu (hold key down until MENU
appears)
▼
Menu
Key functions in menu mode
Ÿ≈ENV
On
Of f
O/ T
C
F
Cal/Menu
Press briefly
Press and hold down
C
• Close menu (without
saving changes)
----------
“
• Change settings
----------
±
• Select menu options
Cal/Menu
• Save changes and close menu
2
Startup
2.1
Unpacking / standard equipment
All B-S balances are supplied in environmentally compatible packaging. The standard equipment for every
balance comprises:
• AC adapter, to national codes
• Weighing pan with pan support or draft shield element
• Transparent plastic protective cover, fitted, to keep your balance clean at all times
• Retaining ring for protective cover, fitted, only on balances without draft shield
• Draft shield with fitting instructions, standard supply for models AB-S and PBxx3-S (for other models a
draft shield is available as an optional extra)
• Calibration weight, for AB-S* models (for all other models calibration weights are available as optional
extras)
• Operating instructions, to ensure optimum utilization of your balance's capabilities
• CE declaration of conformity (in separate brochure)
METTL
ER
TOL
EDO
* except with certified balances
2.2
Cautionary notes
• B-S balances must not be operated in hazardous areas with the standard-supply AC adapter.
• Before connecting the AC adapter, verify that the voltage printed on it corresponds to the local mains voltage.
If this is not the case, please contact your local METTLER TOLEDO dealer.
• B-S balances may only be used indoors in a dry environment.
7
8
2.3
Setting up, leveling, preparations for weighing below the balance, connecting to power supply
The optimum location
The correct location makes an important contribution to the accuracy of the weighing results of high-resolution
analytical and precision balances.
Hence, ensure a
• stable, vibration-free position as horizontal as possible.
Avoid
• direct sunlight
• excessive temperature fluctuations
• drafts.
The best location is on a stable bench in a corner protected against drafts, as far away as possible from doors,
windows, radiators or the louvers of air conditioners.
Antitheft device
B-S balances are equipped with a lug for the optional antitheft device.
The antitheft device (cable with lock) is suitable for all models. It is available from METTLER TOLEDO unter the
order number 590101.
Leveling
B-S balances have a spirit level and two adjustable leveling feet to compensate for slight irregularities in the
surface of the weighing bench. The balance is exactly horizontal when the air bubble is in the middle of the
level glass.
Procedure
Adjust the two leveling feet appropriately until the air bubble comes to rest exactly in the middle of the glass:
Air bubble at “12 o'clock”
Air bubble at “3 o'clock”
Air bubble at “6 o'clock”
Air bubble at “9 o'clock”
turn both feet counterclockwise
turn left foot clockwise, right foot counterclockwise
turn both feet clockwise
turn left foot counterclockwise, right foot clockwise
Note
The balance should be leveled and adjusted (see section 2.4) each time it is moved to a new location.
Preparations for weighing below the balance
To carry out weighing operations below the balance, the special cover on the underside of the balance must be
slackened (care: when doing this the balance may only be laid on its side, not turned upside down!), turned
through 180° and retightened. This exposes the opening for the hanger, making weighing below the balance
possible.
Connecting the power supply
➞ Before connecting the AC adapter, check that the voltage printed on it corresponds to the local mains
voltage. If this is not the case, please contact your local METTLER TOLEDO dealer.
➞ Plug the AC adapter into the AC adapter socket on the balance, and connect to the power supply.
➞ The balance performs a self-test. This test is finished when “OFF” appears.
➞ Press the «On» key briefly: the balance is in operational readiness. Before any work is performed with the
balance, it must be adjusted (section 2.4).
Notes
To achieve accurate results with analytical balances (AB-S), these must be connected to the power supply for
at least 30 minutes to warm up to operating temperature before the first weighing operation is carried out.
An optional AccuPac B-S (rechargeable external battery) can be used to operate all B-S balances independently of the mains power supply.
9
10
2.4
Cal/Menu
Adjusting (calibration)
To obtain accurate weighing results, the balance must be adjusted to match the gravitational acceleration at its
location.
CAL
à
Adjusting is necessary
• before the balance is used for the first time
• at regular intervals during weighing service
• after a change of location.
Cal
------
à
Cal
2000.00
O/ T
MET
TLE
R
C
TOL
EDO
F
Cal/M
enu
g
à
On
off
Cal
------
à
Cal
0.00
O/ T
MET
C
F
Cal/M
TLE
R
TOL
EDO
g
à
On
off
enu
Cal
------
à
CAL donE
à
0.00
g
Procedure
To obtain accurate results, the balance must be connected to the power supply for 20-30 minutes in order to
reach operating temperature before adjusting.
➞ Have required adjusting weight ready (for certified models please refer to the notes below).
➞ Unload weighing pan
➞ Press and hold the «Cal/Menu» key down until “CAL” appears in the display, then release key. The
required adjusting weight value flashes in the display.
➞ Place adjusting weight in center of pan (for certified models please refer to the notes below).
The balance adjusts itself automatically.
➞ When “0.00 g” flashes, remove adjusting weight.
The adjusting is finished when the message “CAL done” appears briefly in the display, followed by
“0.00 g”. The balance is again in weighing mode and ready for operation.
Notes
All certified AB-S and PB-S models have an internal adjusting weight and adjust themselves automatically
(when switched on, after about 30 minutes warm-up time, thereafter periodically). The balance is therefore
always within the required calibration tolerances.
For certified PB-S models, manual adjustment with the internal weight is not foreseen, since it is not
necessary.
For certified AB-S models, manual adjustment with the internal weight is possible. It is recommended that
these balances are adjusted regularly, in order to achieve the best results possible.
The adjustment procedure can be terminated at any time with the «C» key. The message “Abort” appears briefly
to confirm that adjustment has been canceled, and the balance reverts to weighing mode.
3
Weighing
3.1
On
On/off switching
Switching on
➞ Remove any load from weighing pan and press «On» key briefly.
88888888
The balance performs a display test (all segments in the display light up briefly).
à
When zero is displayed, the balance is ready for operation.
------
à
0.00
Off
g
Switching off
OFF
➞ Press and hold the «Off» key down until “OFF” appears in the display. Release the key.
à
3.2
•
On
off
O/ T
MET
C
TLE
R
TOL
Simple weighing
0.00
g
➞ Place weighing sample on the weighing pan.
172.31
g
➞ Wait until the stability detector “•” disappears.
173.67
g
➞ Read the result.
EDO
F
Cal/M
enu
11
12
3.3
➞ Place empty container on the balance.
0.00
g
121.01
g
On
➞ The weight is displayed.
off
O/ T
MET
TLE
R
C
TOL
Taring
EDO
F
Cal/M
enu
#
➞ Tare: press the «#» key briefly.
0.00
g
➞ Add weighing sample to container. The net weight is now displayed.
95.97
On
off
O/ T
MET
TLE
R
C
TOL
g
If the container is removed from the balance, the tare weight will be shown as a negative value.
EDO
F
Cal/M
enu
The tare weight remains stored until the «#» key is pressed again or the balance is switched off.
Note
-121.01
g
With METTLER TOLEDO DeltaRange balances (see next section), the fine range with its 10 times smaller
display increments is available again after every taring operation.
On
off
O/ T
MET
C
TLE
R
TOL
EDO
F
Cal/M
enu
3.4
812.7
g
#
METTLER TOLEDO DeltaRange balances
METTLER TOLEDO DeltaRange balances have a movable fine range with 10 times smaller display increments
over their entire weighing range. In this fine range an additional decimal place always appears in the display.
The balance operates in the fine range
0.00
g
• after switching on,
• after every taring operation.
If the fine range is exceeded, the balance display automatically switches to coarser display increments.
4
4.1
Menu
Overview and operation
In the menu you can change weighing units (only possible with certified balances if permitted by national weights and measures legislation) and, if the balance is fitted
with the optional RS232C interface, carry out the settings for this interface. A description of the individual menu options is given in section 4.2.
Overview of menu
1 Reset 1)
rESEt
2 Weighing unit 1 2)
g
Unit 1
cl
LiST
kg
Unit 1 Unit 1
t tl
mg
Unit 1 Unit 1
S tl
ct
Unit 1 Unit 1
H tl
lb
Unit 1 Unit 1
m
oz
Unit 1 Unit 1
mo
3 Weighing unit 2 3)
g
Unit 2
cl
kg
Unit 2 Unit 2
7 Baud rate 1)
PòinTEò
Unit 2 Unit 2
BD 2400
2.dISPLAY
HoST
BD 1200 BD 4800
S.oFF
S.ConT
S.STb
S. SICS
Unit 2 Unit 2
S. PŸ≈
lb
dwt
8 bit/Parity 1)
6)
7B-E
9 Handshake 1)
6)
HS OFF
7B-odd
7B-no
HS HArd HS SoFt
6 Send format 5) 5)
ct
mo
6)
5 Send mode 4)
mg
m
BD 600
BD 9600
8B-no
BD19200
Unit 2 Unit 2
oz
GN
Unit 2 Unit 2
ozt
ozt
Unit 1 Unit 1
Unit 2
dwt
4 Peripheral unit 1)
GN
Unit 1 Unit 1
Notes
1)
These menu options are only shown if the balance is equipped with an RS232C
interface.
2)
With certified balances, this menu option has a fixed setting and cannot be
changed.
3)
With certified balances, only those weighing units allowed by the appropriate
national weights and measures legislation may be selected.
4)
5)
6)
13
This menu option is only shown if “Host” has been selected in menu option 4
(Peripheral unit).
This menu option is only shown if “S.Stb” or “S.Cont” has been selected in
menu option 5 (Send mode).
These menu options are only shown if “Host” or “Printer” has been selected in
menu option 4 (Peripheral unit).
14
Using the menu
Opening the menu
Cal/Menu
0.01
g
In weighing mode, press and hold down the «Cal/Menu» key until “MENU” appears in the display. Release the
key: the 1st menu option is displayed.
Notes: The menu option “Reset” is only displayed if the balance is equipped with the optional RS232C
interface, otherwise “Unit 1” appears as first menu option.
Ÿ≈EMU
à
rESEt
Select menu options
±
“
Cal/Menu
rESEt
The «±» key is used to select individual menu options with their current settings one after the other.
Unit 1
g
Unit 1
g
Unit 1
kg
The «“» key is used to change the setting at the selected menu option. Every time the key is pressed, the next
setting is displayed. Once the desired setting appears in the display, the next menu option can be selected (see
above) or you can close the menu (see following sections).
Saving settings and closing the menu
STorED
0.01
Change settings
Hold the «Cal/Menu» key down until “StorEd” appears in the display. Release the key and the balance reverts
to weighing mode. All changes are saved.
g
Abort
C
Press the «C» key briefly. The balance reverts to weighing mode. Changes are not saved.
0.01
g
Note
If no entry is made within 45 seconds, the balance reverts to weighing mode. Changes are not saved.
4.2
Description of menu options
4.2.1
Reset or recording of balance settings (1st menu option “RESET”)
Note: This menu option is only available if the balance is equipped with the optional RS232C interface!
Reset balance settings
Cal/Menu
rESEt
➞ Select “Reset”, press and hold down the «Cal/Menu» key until the message “r donE” confirms that all
menu settings have been reset. The balance then reverts to weighing mode and works with the following
factory settings:
r donE
0.00
g
Weighing unit 1:
gram (g)
Weighing unit 2:
gram (g)
Peripheral unit:
Printer
Transmission speed:
2400 bauds (bd 2400)
Parity/bits:
7 data bits, even parity (7b-E)
Handshake:
no handshake (HS off)
Recording balance settings
“
rESEt
➞ Select “List” and hold down the «Cal/Menu» key until the message “StorEd” is displayed.
The current balance settings are transmitted to the peripheral device connected to the optional interface.
To do this the setting “Printer” must always be selected at the 4th menu option (Peripheral unit). The
current balance settings are saved at the same time.
LISt
Cal/Menu
StorEd
0.00
g
15
16
4.2.2 Weighing unit 1 (2nd menu option “UNIT 1”)
Depending on requirements, the balance can operate with the following units:
“
Unit 1
g
Unit 1
kg
“
“
Unit 1
cl
Unit 1
g
Unit
g
kg
mg
ct
lb
oz
ozt
GN
dwt
mo
m
H tl
S tl
t tl
cl
Conversion factor
gram
kilogram
milligram
carat
pound
ounce
troy ounce
grain
pennyweight
momme
Mesghal
Hong Kong taels
Singapore taels
Taiwan taels
tical
1 kg
1 mg
1 ct
1 lb
1 oz
1 ozt
1 GN
1 dwt
1 mo
1m
1 H tl
1 S tl
1 t tl
1 cl
=
=
=
≈
≈
≈
≈
≈
≈
≈
≈
≈
≈
≈
1000 g
0.001 g
0.2 g
453.59237 g
28.349523125 g
31.1034768 g
0.06479891 g
1.555173843 g
3.749999953 g
4.6083162 g
37.42900 g
37.799366256 g
37.499995313 g
16.3293 g
Comments
factory setting
not with 1 mg balances
with 0.1 mg and 1 mg balances
not with 0.1 mg balances
not with 1 g balances
4.2.3 Weighing unit 2 (3rd menu option “UNIT 2”)
If it is required to show the weighing results in weighing mode in an additional unit by pressing the «“» key,
the desired second weighing unit can be selected in this menu option. The same weighing units are available
as under “UNIT 1”, with the exception of the tael units (“H tl”, “S tl” und “t tl”). The factory setting is the gram.
4.2.4
“
PrintEr
HoSt
“
2.dISPLAY
Peripheral device (4th menu option)
Note: This menu option is only available if the balance is equipped with the optional interface!
At this menu option you can select the peripheral device connected to the optional RS232C interface (factory
setting: a printer is connected). The balance automatically saves the appropriate settings (4.2.5– 4.2.9) for
every peripheral device.
Printer
Connected to a printer (factory setting: bd 2400, 7b–E, HS oFF).
Host
Connection to any desired peripheral device (factory setting: S. oFF, bd 9600, 8b–no, HS SoFt).
Aux. display Connection of an optional auxiliary display unit (communications parameters cannot be
selected).
“
S. oFF
S. Stb
“
S. Cont
“
4.2.5 Send mode (5th menu option)
Note: This menu option is only available if you have selected the setting “Host” in the 4th menu option
(Peripheral unit)!
At this menu option you specify how data is transmitted to a peripheral device.
S. oFF
Send mode switched off
S. Stb
The next possible stable value will be transferred after the «±» key has been triggered.
S. Cont
All values are transferred automatically.
S. SICS
4.2.6 Send format (6th menu option)
Note: This menu option is only available if you have selected the setting “S. Stb” or “S. Cont” at the 5th menu
option (Send mode)!
S. PŸ≈
At this menu option you specify the data transfer format.
“S. SICS”: The MT-SICS data transfer formats are used. Please refer to the “MT-SICS Reference Manual”
available from your METTLER TOLEDO dealer.
“S. PM”*:
The following PM balance data transfer formats are used:
S. Stb: /////1.67890/g
S. Cont: S////1.67890/g
SD///1.39110/g
* unidirectional, no MT-SICS commands are accepted.
17
18
“
bd
2400
bd
4800
“
“
Baud rate (7th menu option)
Note: This menu option is only available if the balance is equipped with the optional interface and you have
selected the setting “Printer” or “Host” at the 4th menu option (Peripheral unit)!
The baud rate (data transfer rate) determines the speed of transmission via the serial interface. The unit is the
baud (bd) = 1 bit/second.
The following settings are available: 600 bd, 1200 bd, 2400 bd, 4800 bd, 9600 bd and 19200 bd.
bd 19200
“
4.2.7
7b-E
7b-no
8b-no
“
For problem-free data transmission the sending and receiving devices must be set at the same value.
4.2.8
bits/Parity (8th menu option)
Note: This menu option is only available if the balance is equipped with the optional interface and you have
selected the setting “Printer” or “Host” at the 4th menu option (Peripheral unit)!
At this menu option you can set the character format for the attached peripheral device.
7b–E
7 data bits/even parity
7b–no
7 data bits/no parity
8b–no
8 data bits/no parity
7b–odd
7 data bits/odd parity
7b-odd
“
HS oFF
HS Soft
“
HS HArd
4.2.9
Handshake (9th menu option)
Note: This menu option is only available if the balance is equipped with the optional interface and you have
selected the setting “Printer” or “Host” at the 4th menu option (Peripheral unit)!
This menu option allows you to match the data transmission to different serial receivers.
HS oFF
No handshake
HS SoFt
Software handshake (XON/XOFF)
HS HArd
Hardware handshake (DTR/CTS)
5
Functions
5.1
#
0.00
g
O/T
METT
LER
TOLE
➞ Place empty container on the balance and tare by briefly pressing the «#» key.
Setting the reference: a reference weight must first be entered for piece counting:
On
off
C
Piece counting
DO
F
Cal/Me
nu
F
SEt 10
“
SEt 20
PCS
On
off
O/T
METT
LER
TOLE
C
DO
F
Cal/Me
nu
±
20
“
240
PCS
➞ Add a number of reference pieces to container. Possible numbers are 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and “no”
(this setting deactivates the piece counting function).
Caution: Take into account minimum values: min. reference weight = 10d (10 digits), min. piece
weight = 1d (1 digit)!
Note:
1 digit corresponds to 1 display increment.
➞ Hold the «F» key down until “SEt ... PCS” is displayed.
➞ Repeatedly press the «“» key until the display equals the number of reference pieces entered.
PCS
➞ Confirm the number of reference pieces with the «±» key (or wait 5 seconds, in which case the
number is adopted automatically). The current number of pieces (PCS = pieces) is displayed.
Note: The current reference weight remains stored until the reference setting is changed or the power supply
is interrupted.
Switching between piece count and weight display
On
off
O/T
METT
LER
TOLE
C
DO
F
Cal/Me
nu
PCS
➞ Add weighing sample to the container and read off number of pieces.
➞ Press the «“» key. The weight is displayed.
144.81
g
➞ Return to the piece count display by pressing the «“» key again.
5.2
“
64.71
64710
g
mg
Switching between weighing units
➞ The «“» key can be used at any time to toggle between the two weighing units selected in the menu
(“UNIT 1” and “UNIT 2”).
Note: Switching between weight units may be blocked with certified balances, depending on national
weights and measures legislation.
19
20
6
6.1
Technical data, interface, optional equipment
Technical data
Standard equipment of B-S balances
• Protective cover, transparent, made from Barex
• AC adapter to national codes according list on
page 22.
Balance power input: 8-14.5V, 50/60Hz,
6VA or 9.5-20V DC 6W
• Adjusting weight with AB-S* models
• Internal adjusting weight with certified models
• Draft shield with AB-S and PBxx3-S models
• All models can weigh below balance.
* except with certified balances
Materials
• Housing: die-cast aluminum, painted
• Weighing pan: 18/10 chromium-nickel steel
Protection
• Protected against dust and water
• Pollution degree: 2
• Installation category: class II
• EMC: see declaration of conformity
(separate brochure 11780294)
Ambient conditions
The technical data are valid unter the following
ambient conditions:
• Ambient temperature
10 °C … 30 °C
• Relative humidity
15 % … 80 %,
noncondensing
• Height above sea level
up to 4000 m
Operability is assured at ambient temperatures
between 5 and 40 ºC.
AB54-S
AB104-S
AB204-S
PB153-S
PB303-S
PB303-S
DeltaRange
PB602-S
Readability
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
0.001 g
0.001 g
0.001 g*/0.01 g
0.01 g
Max. capacity
51 g
101 g
210 g
151 g
310 g
60 g*/310 g
610 g
0.01 g
Repeatability (s)
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
0.001 g
0.001 g
0.001 g*/0.005 g
Linearity –/+
0.2 mg
0.2 mg
0.2 mg
0.002 g
0.002 g
0.002 g*/0.01 g
0.02 g
Sensitivity drift ppm/ °C
Typical stabilization time in s
2.5 x 10-6
3.5
2.5 x 10-6
3.5
2.5 x 10-6
3.5
6 x 10-6
2.0
6 x 10-6
2.0
6 x 10-6
2.0
6 x 10-6
2.0
100 g
internal
200 g
internal
100 g 1)
internal
200 g 1)
internal
200 g 1)
internal
500 g 1)
internal
Adjusting weight
50 g
Adjusting weight for certified balances internal
Overall dimensions
(WxDxH) in mm
245 x 321 x 344
245 x 321 x 236
Weighing pan in mm
ø 80
ø 100
Max. height above weighing pan in mm
237
141
Net weight (with packaging)
* Fine range values (DeltaRange)
5.8 kg (7.5 kg)
1)
Optional equipment
4.9 kg (6.5 kg)
245 x 321 x 89
ø 180
3.8 kg (4.9 kg)
PB1502-S
PB3002-S
PB3002-S
DeltaRange
PB1501-S
PB3001-S
PB5001-S
PB8001-S
Readability
Max. capacity
Repeatability (s)
0.01 g
1510 g
0.01 g
0.01 g
3100 g
0.01 g
0.01 g*/0.1 g
600 g*/3100 g
0.01 g*/0.05 g
0.1 g
1510 g
0.05 g
0.1 g
3100 g
0.05 g
0.1 g
5100 g
0.05 g
0.1 g
8100 g
0.05 g
Linearity –/+
0.02 g
0.02 g
0.02 g*/0.1 g
0.1 g
0.1 g
0.1 g
0.1 g
Sensitivity drift ppm/ °C
6 x 10-6
6 x 10-6
6 x 10-6
10 x 10-6
10 x 10-6
10 x 10-6
10 x 10-6
1.5
1000 g
internal
1.5
2000 g
internal
1.5
2000 g
internal
1.5
4000 g
internal
Technical Data
Typical stabilization time in s
2.0
Adjusting weight
1000 g
Adjusting weight for certified balances internal
Overall dimensions
(WxDxH) in mm
Weighing pan in mm
Net weight (with packaging )
* Fine range values (DeltaRange)
1)
1)
2.0
2000 g
internal
1)
2.0
2000 g
internal
1)
245 x 321 x 89
1)
1)
245 x 321 x 89
ø 180
ø 180
3.8 kg (4.9 kg)
3.8 kg (4.9 kg)
Optional equipment
21
21
1)
1)
22
6.2
Optional equipment
RS232C interface
Every model in the B-S line of balances can be
equipped with an RS232C interface for connecting it
to a peripheral device (e.g.printer or PC). The
system is configured for the peripheral device in the
menu.
DATA
RxD
TxD
IN
OUT
GND
5
1
9
6
CTS
AB-S,PB-S RS232C
RTS
HAND
SHAKE
Detailed information on the
available
interface
commands are given in the
“MT-SICS
Reference
Manual” supplied with the
RS interface
IN
OUT
• RS232C interface
11103678
Interface cable
• RS9–RS25: (m/f), length 2 m
11101052
• RS9–RS9: (m/f), length 1 m
11101051
• RS9–RS9: (m/m), length 1 m
21250066
Report printer
• Plain-paper printer, 24 characters,
without time/date
GA42
Application printer
• Plain-paper printer, 24 characters, with
additional functions (time, date, etc.)
LC-P45
Auxiliary display
• Auxiliary display for connecting to the
optional RS232C interface
RS/LC-BLD
Adjusting weights
Available as OIML weights (E1)
(E2, F2, with certificate); for further details
see METTLER TOLEDO Weights brochure 721192
or as adjusting weights (not OIML)
Draft shields
• 0.1 mg Draft shield with sliding doors
for PBxx3-S models
11103682
• 1 mg draft shield
for PBxx2-S/PBxx1-S models
11103683*
* requires Ø 175 mm weighing pan 11103680
Protective cover
• For all models (1 piece)
11103681
AC adapters
Output:
12V ~ 500mA
• Euro
230 V/50Hz/80mA
11103740
• Euro/(grd)
230 V/50/Hz/80mA
11103744
• UK
240 V/50Hz/80mA
11103742
• USA
120 V/60 Hz/10W
11103741
• Japan
100 V/50Hz/10W
11103743
AC adapters (continued)
Output:
12V ~ 1.0A
• Universal (bench version)
11103745*
220-240 V/50Hz/100mA
* (appropriate cable for country also required)
AccuPac B-S
• Rechargeable external power
source for 15 hours w e i g h i n g
operation with no mains
connection
21254691
Density kits (for AB-S only)
• For determination of solids
33360
• For determination of liquids
with displacement body
33360 + 210260
Transport case
• For all PB-S models, with room for
balance, AccuPac, "mg" draft shield
and weight (identical with case for
PG-S balances)
11101050
Antitheft device
• Cable with lock (for all models)
590101
6.3
Dimensional drawings
All dimensions in millimeters (mm)
PB-S balance with no draft shield
PB-S balance with low “mg” draft shield
AB-S balance with high “0.1 mg” draft shield
128.5
91.5
168.5
181
89
92.5
92.5
Ø
236
154.5
344
252
91.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
266
266
321
266
321
321
184.5
183.5
184.5
163.5
Ø 100
73.5
10
10
1)
1)
10
Ø
1) Opening for hanger
23
23
84
245
193
190
38
141
213
245
190
181
213
245
190
213
1)
24
7
7.1
Appendix
Typical printouts from METTLER TOLEDO GA42 and LC-P45 printers
Function: Adjusting
- BALANCE CALIBRATION Date: .................
Time: .................
METTLER TOLEDO
Type:
PB3002-S
SNR:
1118015657
SW:
1.00
Weight ID: .............
Weight:
2000.00 g
External Cal. done
Signature:
........................
--------- END ----------
Function: Piece counting
Printout with reference
weight
---- PIECE COUNTING ---APW:
0.99460 g
Out of:
10 PCS
27.000 g
27 PCS
Function: List
Printout of the current
balance settings
--- LIST OF SETTINGS --Date: .................
Time: .................
METTLER TOLEDO
Type:
PB3002-S
SNR:
1118015657
SW:
1.00
-----------------------Weighing Parameters:
Unit 1
g
Unit 2
g
-----------------------Peripheral Devices:
P.Device
Printer
Baud
2400
Bit/Parity
7b-even
Handshake
Off
P.Device
Host
Sendmode
Off
Baud
9600
Bit/Parity
8b-no
Handshake
Soft
--------- END ----------
Function: Verification of
the calibration
(adjustment) with
external weight.
Only possible with LCP45. Function is triggered
via the printer.
----- BALANCE TEST ----08.05.1998
09:52:12
METTLER TOLEDO
Type:
PB3002-S
SNR:
1118015657
SW:
1.00
Weight ID: .............
Target : ...............
Actual : .......199.98 g
Diff
: ...............
External test done
Signature:
........................
--------- END ----------
Function: Statistics
Only possible with LCP45. Function is triggered
via the printer.
09.05.1998
10:44:07
ID
666
SNR:
1118015657
1
1100.15 g
2
1600.10 g
3
1699.95 g
n
3
x
1466.733 g
s
321.372 g
srel
21.91 %
min.
1100.15 g
max.
1699.95 g
dif.
599.80 g
------- END --------
Function: Multiplier
Only possible with LCP45. Function is triggered
via the printer.
07.05.1998
ID
SNR:
Factor
*
08:23:22
242
1118015657
1.65
588.43 g
970.9095
Notes
With the GA42 the date and
time must be entered by hand
at the top of the report (see
specimen printout for the
“Adjusting” function).
With the LC-P45 the date and
time
are
recorded
automatically (see specimen
printout for the “Statistics”
function).
The operating instructions for
the LC-P45 include a
description of the functions
that are triggered via that
printer.
The GA42 prints all reports in
English. This applies also to
the LC-P45 reports that
originate in the balance. In
the case of reports triggered
by the LC-P45, the following
languages may be selected:
German, English, French,
Spanish or Italian.
7.2
What if ...?
Error/Error message
íååååì
î____ï
Error 1
Error 2
Error 3
Error 4
Error 6
0.000
Abort
Cause
Rectification
Overload
➞ Remove sample from weighing pan, zero again (tare).
Underload
➞ Check whether weighing pan is positioned properly.
No stability
➞ Wait for stability before pressing key.
• in taring or adjusting (calibration)
• when reference weight for piece counting is placed on pan
➞ Ensure more stable ambient conditions.
Wrong adjusting weight on pan or none at all
➞ Place required adjusting weight in center of pan.
Reference number for piece counting too small
➞ Increase number of reference pieces.
Internal fault
➞ Contact METTLER TOLEDO customer service.
No standard calibration
➞ Contact METTLER TOLEDO customer service.
Wrong weighing pan or pan missing
➞ Mount correct weighing pan.
g
Adjustment aborted with the «C» key
25
➞ Remove weighing pan and clean if necessary
26
7.3
Connecting B-S balances to other METTLER TOLEDO devices
Device
Connecting cable
Titrators:
DL67, 70ES, 70 V.2, 77
DL12, 18, 20, 21, 25,
DL35, 40GP, 40RC
not supported
DL37 (KF, coulometer)
not supported
DL50, 53, 55, 58
RS9–RS9 (m/f)
11101051
RD10 (rheometer)
not supported
settings/
Remarks
7.4
Maintenance and cleaning
Service
Regular servicing of your balance by a service technician prolongs its working
life. Ask your METTLER TOLEDO dealer for details of servicing options.
Cleaning
Contalab
not supported
MTCom-Bus 310
RS9–RS25 (m/f)
11101052
SQC 14
(statistical quality control)
RS9–RS25 (m/f)
11101052
Spider (precision balance)
RS9–RS9(m/m)
21252588
MMR, ID-Terminals
not supported
M peripherals (GM bus)
not supported
send continous
The balance housing and weighing pan are made of high-grade durable
materials. All commonly used cleaning agents can therefore be used.
Soiled protective covers can be replaced on all balance types (see Optional
equipment).
Note
After working with chemicals, it is advisable to wash or clean the weighing pan
and the bottom plate (if draft shield fitted).
Although all materials are of high quality, corrosion may occur if corrosive
substances are deposited on chrome steel for an extended period of time (and if
air is excluded, for example by a coating of grease).
Printed on 100% chlorine-free paper, for the sake of our environment.
To give your METTLER TOLEDO product an assured future:
METTLER T0LEDO Service preserves the quality, measurement accuracy and value of METTLER TOLEDO
products for years to come.
Please send for full details of our attractive service conditions.
Thanks in advance.
Subject to technical changes and to the availability
of the accessories supplied with the instruments.
*P11780288*
© Mettler-Toledo GmbH 1998
11780288 Printed in Switzerland 9810/2.12
Mettler-Toledo GmbH, Laboratory & Weighing Technologies, CH-8606 Greifensee, Switzerland
Phone +41-1-944 22 11, Fax +41-1-944 30 60, Internet: http://www.mt.com