Specifications | Adam Equipment 3106610631 Building Set User Manual

Adam Equipment
AE 402
Indicator
(P.N. 3106610631, Revision B1, October 2010)
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Easy Reference:
Model name of the scale:
Serial number of the unit:
Software revision number
(Displayed when power is first turned on):
Date of Purchase:
Name of the supplier and place:
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CONTENTS
1.0
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................... 2
2.0
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................ 3
3.0
INSTALLATION..................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1
LOCATING THE SCALES ................................................................................................................ 4
3.2
LIST OF ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................................. 4
3.3
SETTING UP THE SCALES............................................................................................................. 5
3.4 CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................................................... 5
3.4.1 CONNECTION OF LOAD CELL ..................................................................................................... 5
3.4.2 CONNECTION OF RS-232 .............................................................................................................. 6
3.4.3 CONNECTION OF RELAY DRIVERS............................................................................................. 6
4.0
KEY DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................................................................... 7
5.0
DISPLAYS............................................................................................................................................. 8
6.0
OPERATION ......................................................................................................................................... 9
6.1
ZEROING THE DISPLAY ................................................................................................................. 9
6.2
TARING ............................................................................................................................................ 9
6.3
WEIGHING A SAMPLE .................................................................................................................. 10
6.4
PARTS COUNTING........................................................................................................................ 11
6.5
CHECK-WEIGHING ....................................................................................................................... 12
6.6
ACCUMULATED TOTAL................................................................................................................ 15
6.7
PERCENT WEIGHING ................................................................................................................... 16
6.8
ANIMAL (Dynamic) WEIGHING ..................................................................................................... 18
6.8.1 ANIMAL WEIGHING PROCEDURE.......................................................................................... 19
7.0
USER PARAMETERS ........................................................................................................................ 20
7.1
CHECK WEIGHING PARAMETERS.............................................................................................. 20
7.2
PERCENT WEIGHING and ANIMAL WEIGHING.......................................................................... 21
7.3
RS-232 PARAMETERS.................................................................................................................. 22
7.4
SCALE PARAMETERS .................................................................................................................. 23
8.0
BATTERY OPERATION ..................................................................................................................... 25
9.0
RS-232 INTERFACE........................................................................................................................... 26
9.1
INPUT COMMANDS FORMAT ...................................................................................................... 29
10.0
RELAY INTERFACE ........................................................................................................................... 30
11.0
CALIBRATION .................................................................................................................................... 31
12.0
SERVICE SECTION ........................................................................................................................... 32
12.1
USING “1000” TO ENTER THE SERVICE PARAMETERS........................................................... 32
12.2
USING “2006” TO ENTER THE SECURE PARAMETERS ........................................................... 33
12.3
PARAMETER DETAILS ................................................................................................................. 34
12.3.1
F1 -CALIBRATION ................................................................................................................ 34
12.3.2
F2–DECIMAL POINT POSITION .......................................................................................... 34
12.3.3
F3 – CAPACITY/ WEIGHING UNIT/INCREMENT................................................................ 35
12.3.4
F4 –INITIAL ZERO RANGE .................................................................................................. 36
12.3.5
F5 -RE-ZERO RANGE........................................................................................................... 36
12.3.6
F6 -SUCCESSIVE TARE....................................................................................................... 36
12.3.7
F7 –ADC COUNTS ................................................................................................................ 36
12.3.8
F8 –ZERO MODE ................................................................................................................. 36
12.3.9
F9 –LOW VOLTAGE DETECTION ....................................................................................... 37
12.3.10
FA –AZn Auto Zero Range.............................................................................................. 37
12.3.11
Fb –FPS User Fucntion Password ................................................................................. 37
13.0
ERROR CODES ................................................................................................................................. 38
14.0
REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES ................................................................................ 39
15.0
SERVICE INFORMATION .................................................................................................................. 39
16.0
WARRANTY STATEMENT................................................................................................................ 40
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
• The AE 402 indicator provides the user with the electronics necessary to
build an accurate, fast, versatile weighing system.
• Functions are, weighing, check weighing, parts counting, animal
weighing and percent weighing.
• The system includes automatic zero tracking, audible alarm for checkweighing, semi-automatic tare and an accumulation facility that allows
the individual weights or counts to be stored and the total recalled.
• The scales have a bi-directional RS-232 interface for communicating
with a PC or printer.
• RS-232 outputs include Real time Clock, English, German, French or
Spanish language text and data required for GLP reports.
• The indicator can be used with 1- to 4 load cell platforms.
• Internal rechargeable battery and IP-65 rated enclosure allow for a
fully portable and rigged weighing system.
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2.0 SPECIFICATIONS
External resolution ratio
Non-linear error
Range of signal input of
the transducer
Load cell drive capacity
Load cell excitation
Load Cell Connection
Calibration
Stabilisation Time
Power supply
Power consumption
Overall dimension
Balance Housing
Net weight
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Applications
Functions
Display
Weighing units
Symbol indication
Interface
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1/1000-1/30000
±0.016% F.S
0-20mV
up to 4, 350Ω or 1000Ω load cells
+ 5V DC
6 wire connection, 2 x excitation, 2 x sense, 2 x signal
plus shield.
Automatic External
2 seconds typical
6V 4Ah Rechargeable battery And
AC/DC 12V 800mA adapter power;
0.1VA
240 x 140 x 104 mm (including bracket)
Indicator: IP 65 rated Stainless Steel
2 kg
0C-40C
≤85% RH
General Purpose Weighing Scales
Weighing, Check weighing, Parts counting, Memory
Accumulation, Animal weighing, Percent weighing
6 digits, 40mm digit height LCD digital display with
backlight
Grams, Kilogram, pound, ounce, pound/ounce; Newton;
battery; stable; net weight; zero set; Animal Weighing;
Hold
RS-232 bi-directional Interface
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3.0 INSTALLATION
3.1
3.2
LOCATING THE SCALES
•
The scales should not be placed in a location that
will reduce the accuracy.
•
Avoid extremes of temperature. Do not place in
direct sunlight or near air conditioning vents.
•
Avoid unsuitable tables. The table or floor must be
rigid and not vibrate.
•
Avoid unstable power sources. Do not use near
large users of electricity such as welding equipment
or large motors.
•
Do not place near vibrating machinery.
•
Avoid air movement such as from fans or opening
doors. Do not place near open windows or airconditioning vents.
•
Keep the scales clean. Do not stack material on the
scales when they are not in use.
LIST OF ACCESSORIES
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AC adapter
Indicator
Wall mount bracket and mounting hardware
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3.3
•
SETTING UP THE SCALES
Attach the power supply module to the connector on the side of the indicator.
Press the [On/Off] key. The software revision number will be displayed
followed by a self-test showing all digits before the zero is displayed along with
the unit of weight that was selected last.
3.4 CONNECTIONS
3.4.1 CONNECTION OF LOAD CELL
Please see figure 1
2
5
1
3
4
7
6
6: Pin +IN
7: Pin –IN
3: Pin AGND
1: Pin +E,
2: Pin +S
4: Pin –E
5: Pin -S
+Signal
-Signal
Shield
+Excitation
+Sense
-Excitation
-Sense
As viewed from the back of the indicator
Note:
For 4 wire load cell, connect the load cell +Excitation and +Sense together at the
connector and -Excitation and -Sense together at the connector.
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3.4.2 CONNECTION OF RS-232
RS-232 serial interface is a plug as figure 2 shows:
2
1
3
4
1: Pin GND, Signal Ground
2: Pin RXD, Received Data
3: Pin TXD, Transmitted Data
As viewed from the back of the indicator
See section 9 for details of the RS-232 Interface.
3.4.3 CONNECTION OF RELAY DRIVERS
The output to drive external relays is on the circuit board inside the enclosure. To
gain access you must remove the 6 screws securing the front to the rear of the case.
Pass the wires for the relays through the grommet on the rear panel. The wires will
connect to the PCB using the terminal strip P1.
C18
U4
Power1
Power Connector
Battery Vin
+ - no polarity
Clock Battery
CR1220 type
BT1
U5
U1
Q5
COM
HI
OK
LOW
ZERO
P1
COM1
RXT
GND
TXT
AE9721 VER B
09/01/2009
LC1
EXE-
SHIE
SEN-
SIG+
SIG-
SEN+
EXE+
Load Cell Input
Relay Output
Common
High
OK
Low
Zero
RS-232 Interface
The circuit to control the relays requires an external voltage compatible with the
relays used. For more information see section 10.
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4.0 KEY DESCRIPTIONS
[>Z/T<]
If near zero, Sets the zero point for all subsequent weighing.
The display shows zero.
Tares the scale. Stores the weight currently on the scale as
tare value, subtracts the tare value from the gross weight
and shows the results
A secondary function,
is of “Enter” key used when
setting up the value for the Parameters.
[Pcs/
]
Selects parts counting. Used to set the sample quantities
while parts counting.
A secondary function, is of incrementing the active digit
when setting a value for Parameters.
[Unit/
]
Selects the weighing unit to be displayed from those which
are enabled. See parameter S1 in section 7.4.
A secondary function,  is to move the active/flashing digit
to the left when setting values for Parameters.
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[Func/C]
Selects the Functions of the scale. If the scale is weighing, it
will select parts counting. If it is not in weighing mode, it will
return the user to weighing.
A secondary function (C) is to act as a clear key when setting
values for Parameters.
[Print/M+/Esc]
Sends the results to a PC or a Printer using the RS-232
interface. It also adds the value to the accumulation
memory if the accumulation function is not automatic.
A secondary function (ESC) is to return to normal operation
when the scale is in a Parameter setting mode.
[O/I]
To switch on and switch off the indicator.
The AE402 will store the weighing unit in use and the check
weighing values currently in memory when power is off.
5.0 DISPLAYS
The LCD display will show a value and a unit to the right of the digits.
In addition the LED’s above the display will show when a weight is below or above
check-weighing limits.
Other symbols will show when a weight has been tared (NET) the scale is at zero and
stable, if a value has been stored in memory or when the animal weighing function
has been enabled. A battery symbols will show the state of charge of the internal
battery.
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6.0 OPERATION
6.1
ZEROING THE DISPLAY
• You can press the [Z/T] key at any time to set the zero point. This will
usually be necessary when the platform is empty. When the zero point
is obtained the display will show an indicator for zero.
• The scale has an automatic re-zeroing function to account for minor
drifting or accumulation of material on the platform. However you may
need to press the [Z/T] key to rezero the scale if small amounts of
weight are shown when the platform is empty.
6.2
TARING
• Zero the scale by pressing the [Z/T] key if necessary. The “ZERO”
indicator will be ON.
• Place a container on the platform, a value for its weight will be
displayed.
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• Press the [Z/T] key to tare the scale. The weight that was displayed is
stored as the tare value and that value is subtracted from the display,
leaving zero on the display. The “NET indicator will be ON. As a product
is added only the net weight of the product will be shown. The scale
could be tared a second time if another type of product was to be
added to the first one. Again only the weight that is added after taring
will be displayed.
• When the container is removed a negative value will be shown. If the
scale was tared just before removing the container this value is the
gross weight of the container plus all products that was removed. The
“ZERO” indicator will be on to indicate that the platform is back to the
same condition as it was when zero was last set.
• To delete a Tare value, press [Z/T] when the pan is empty.
6.3
WEIGHING A SAMPLE
To determine the weight of a sample, first tare the empty container if it is to be used
and then place the sample in the container. The display will show the net weight of
the sample and the units of weight currently in use.
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6.4
PARTS COUNTING
If parts counting is enabled, See section 7.4, it is possible to count parts using a
sample of the parts to determine average piece weight.
• Before starting, tare the weight of any container that may be used,
leaving the empty container on the scale. Place a known number of
samples in the container, if used. The number should match the
options for parts counting, i.e., 10, 20, 50, 100 or 200 pieces.
• When the scale is showing weight, pressing the [Pcs/
] key will start
the parts counting function.
• The scale will show “P 10” asking for a sample size of 10 parts. Change
the sample size to the desired quantity by pressing the [Pcs/
] key. It
will cycle through the options: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and back to 10.
• Press the [Z/T] key again when the number matches the number of
parts used as the sample. As more weight is added the display will
show the number of parts (Pcs).
• Pressing the [Unit/
] key will display the unit weight (g/pcs), pressing
it second time will display the net weight (pcs and kg) and the third
time, it will be the count again (pcs).
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• Press the [Pcs/
] key to return to normal weighing. Press the [Pcs/
]
key again to start counting a different sample.
6.5
CHECK-WEIGHING
Check-weighing is a procedure to cause lamps to come on (and if enabled, an alarm
to sound) when the weight on the scale meets or exceeds values stored in memory.
The memory holds the last values for a high and a low limit when the power is
turned off. The user can set either one limit or both as described below.
See Section 7.1 for the procedure to set the limits. The limits can be set when the
scale is in weighing or parts counting modes. After limits have been set the Checkweighing function is enabled.
When a weight is placed on the scale the LED’s above the display will show if the
weight is above or below the limits and the beeper will sound as described below, if
the beeper is enabled (see section 7.1).
The relay outputs are open collector drivers to control an external relay. The relays
will be active when the corresponding LED is on during check-weighing. The ZERO
relay output will be on when the scale is showing the display is at Zero.
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BOTH LIMITS SET
The display will show OK F3 bEP = bP InL .
when
the
weight
is The beeper will sound
between the limits
when
the
weight
is
between the limits, i.e. OK
F3 bEP = bP OtL
Beeper will sound if weight
is outside the limits.
LOW LIMIT SET
The display will show LOW
HIGH LIMIT is set to when the weight is less
zero
than the Low Limit. Above
the Low Limit the display
will show OK,
F3 bEP = bP InL .
The beeper will be off
when the weight is less
than the Low Limit.
Above the Low Limit the
beeper will be on
F3 bEP = bP OtL
The beeper will be on
sound when the weight is
below the Low Limit
HIGH LIMIT SET
The display will show OK
LOW LIMIT is set to when the weight is less
zero
than the High Limit. Above
the High Limit the display
will show HIGH
F3 bEP = bP InL .
The beeper will be on
when the weight is less
than the High Limit. Above
the High Limit the beeper
will be off.
F3 bEP = bP OtL
The beeper will be off
when the weight is below
the High Limit, on when it
is above the High limit.
BOTH LIMITS SET. This condition
LOW
IS
SET allowed.
GREATER
THAN
HIGH
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NOTE: Weight must be more than 20 scale divisions for check weighing to operate.
Below 20 scale divisions the LED’s will not light and the beeper will not be
on.
The Check-weighing function can be set up during Weighing or Parts Counting by
entering values as Low or/and High Limits keyed in by the user. The limits are displayed
in kg (or Lb) or pcs respectively.
Checkweighing during Parts Counting
To disable the Check-Weighing function enter zero into both limits by pressing the
[Func/C] key when the current limits values are displayed during the setting
procedure, then pressing [Z/T] to store the zero values.
The values set for the check-weighing will remain in memory when the weighing
units or the function changes to parts counting but will not be active. The will
become active again when the weighing unit or parts counting that was active at the
time the limits were set is reactivated.
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6.6
ACCUMULATED TOTAL
• The scale can be set to accumulate manually by pressing the
[Print/M+/Esc] key or automatically when a weight is removed from
the scale. See the Section 7.3 for details of setting the Parameter “C3
PRM” and “C4 Aon”. The accumulation function is available when
weighing or when counting parts. However the memory is cleared if
the weighing units or functions are changed.
• When the weight (or count) displayed is stored in memory the display
will show “ACC 1” and then the total in memory for 2 seconds before
returning to weighing. The RS-232 interface will output to a printer or
PC.
• Remove the weight, allowing the scale to return to zero and put a
second weight on. When this value is stored, the display will show “ACC
2”, then the new total and finally the value of the second weight.
Repeat as necessary to add all the values needed to the memory.
• To view the total in memory press the [Print/M+/Esc] key when there is
no weight on the scale. The display will show the number of entries
and the total.
• To clear the memory (set the value to zero) press the [Func/C] key
during the time the totals are being displayed.
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6.7
PERCENT WEIGHING
The scale can be set to perform percent weighing. See Section 7.2.
The scale will use a mass on the platform as the 100% reference weight. If the
platform is empty (or the scale is tared) then the user can input a reference weight
using the keypad.
• Press [Func/C]. The first option is “FunC 1”, press the [Func/C] key again
display “FunC 2”.
• Press the [Z/T] key. “P1 PCt” will be displayed.
• Press [Z/T] again to enter percent weighing. The scale will set the sample
mass on the platform as 100% reference weight.
• Remove the sample weight. Then any other weight placed on the scale will be
displayed as a percentage of the original sample. For example, if 3500g is
placed on the scale and percent weighing is selected, the display will show
100.0%. Remove the 3500g weight and place a 3000g weight. The display will
show 85.7% as 3000g is 85.7% of 3500g.
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• The number of decimal points will depend on the weight used in comparison
to the capacity of the system. A smaller weight will show only “100%” while a
larger weight might show “100.00%”.
• If the scale was showing zero weight when entering this function, then the
user must manually enter the weight to be set as 100% as described below.
• Press the [Z/T] key. “P1 PCt” will be displayed.
• Press [Z/T] again to enter percent weighing. The scale will now accept a value
the user enters as the reference weight.
• Enter the value using the [Unit/
] key and [Pcs/
] key to set the values of
the 100% mass.
• When set press the [Z/T] key to store the value. The display will show “0.00
%”.
• The weight entered must be greater than 50 scale divisions.
• Press [Unit/
] to return to weighing.
NOTE:
The display may jump by large numbers unexpectedly if small weights are used to
set as 100% reference. The scale checks if the weight is too small and will show
Error 7.
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6.8 ANIMAL (DYNAMIC) WEIGHING
The scale can be set to animal (dynamic) weighing for weighing any items that are
unstable or may move. See Section 7.4.
The scale will use a special filter to minimise the effects of any movement while the
moving animal or unstable samples are on the scale.
• Press [Func/C]. The first option is “FunC 1”, press the [Func/C] key again to
display “Func 2”.
• Press the [Z/T] key. “F2 PCt” will be displayed. Press the [Pcs/
] key to
advance to the second function, “P2 AnL”, Animal weighing.
• Press [Z/T] to enter animal weighing. The scale will change to animal weighing
and allow weighing of an unstable animal or sample on the platform.
• To use the Animal Weighing function it is necessary to set the amount of
filtering required for the item to be weighed. More active animals will
require a higher level of filtering to give a stable result. The display will show
“Flt x” where x is a value from 1 to 5. The higher the value the greater the
amount of filter will be. To increment the value shown press the [Pcs/
] key
then press the [Z/T] key to accept it.
• The display will flash “Ani “ 2 times then show the current weight, 0.00. The
scale is now ready to weigh.
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6.8.1 ANIMAL WEIGHING PROCEDURE
• With the platform empty the display will show zero weight. Place containers
or blankets onto the platform and press the [Z/T] key to zero the display. The
scale may go into the animal (dynamic) weighing procedure when the items
are placed on the scale but will return to showing zero when the [Z/T] key is
pressed.
• Place the animal or sample to be weighed on the platform.
• The display will show the Animal/Dynamic weighing symbol
until a stable
weight is determined. The time it takes for the stable value will depend upon
the setting of the filter parameter in the first step.
• When a stable reading is found, the display will show this value, and the
display will be locked until the [Z/T] key is pressed. The display will show the
“Hold” symbol while the display is locked.
• To weigh a second subject press the [Z/T] key if necessary to zero the display,
and place the next animal on the scale. The scale will detect the new weight
and hold it as before.
• The scale will remain in the animal weighing mode until the [Unit/
] key is
pressed. Then it will return to normal weighing.
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7.0 USER PARAMETERS
Pressing the [Func/C] key during normal operation allows the user to access the
parameters for customizing the scale. The parameters are split into 4 groups1. Check weighing parameters,
2. Percent and Animal Weighing Functions
3. RS-232 parameters and
4. Scale parameters
• When [Func/C] is pressed, display will first show “FunC 1” for Check weighing
parameters.
• Press either the [Func/C] key or the [Pcs/
] to advance through the groups
“FunC 1”, “FunC 2” , “FunC 3” and “FunC 4”. Press [Z/T] to enter the desired
group of parameters.
• When in one of the sections press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to the group
“FunC 1”. If you press [Print/M+/Esc] again, the scale will exit the User
Parameter section and return to normal weighing.
7.1
CHECK WEIGHING PARAMETERS
• Press [Z/T] to enter the group.
• Use the [Unit/
] key and [Pcs/
] key to set the values or just the [Pcs/
]
key to select the options.
• Press [Z/T] to confirm the change and then advance to the next parameter by
pressing the [Pcs/
] key.
This group of parameters- Set low and high limits for check-weighing
- Enables or disables the check weighing alarm
- Enables or disables the negative check weighing
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Parameter
Description
F1 Lo
Set Low limit.
F2 Hi
Set High limit.
Use the [Unit/
] key 0000000
and [Pcs/
] key to set
the values of the high
limit.
When set press the [Z/T]
key to store the value
and go to F3 bEP
F3 bEP
This parameter sets the
Beeper to off or on. If set to
on, the beeper can further
be set to sound when the
weighing result is within or
outside the check-weighing
limits.
bP oFF - Off
bP inL
bP inL - Within limits
bP otL - Outside limits
(>20d)
F4 nCK
This parameter enables on
negative check weighing oFF
function with ability to do
negative tare.
7.2
Options
Default
setting
Use the [Unit/
] key 000000
and [Pcs/
] key to set
the values of the lower
limit.
When set press the [Z/T]
key to store the value
and go to F2 Hi
on
PERCENT WEIGHING AND ANIMAL WEIGHING
See section 6.7 and 6.8 for details of these special weighing modes.
• Press [Z/T] to enter a parameter. Use the [Unit/
] key and [Pcs/
] key to
set the values or just the [Pcs/
] key to select the options.
• Press [Z/T] to confirm the change and then advance to the next parameter by
pressing the [Pcs/
] key.
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• Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to the group “FUnC 2”. If you press
[Print/M+/Esc] again, the scale will exit the User Parameter section and
return to weighing.
Parameter
Description
P1 PCt
This parameter allows the None
user to enter the Percent
weighing Function. See
Section 6.7.
P2 AnL
Enter the Animal Weighing Set the filter value.
mode of operation, See
section 6.8
7.3
Options
Default
setting
Enabled
always
Enabled
Always
RS-232 PARAMETERS
• Press [Z/T] to enter a parameter. Use the [Unit/
] key and [Pcs/
] key to
set the values or just the [Pcs/
] key to select the options.
• Press [Z/T] to confirm the change and then advance to the next parameter by
pressing the [Pcs/
] key.
• Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to the group “FUnC 3”. If you press
[Print/M+/Esc] again, the scale will exit the User Parameter section and
return to weighing.
This group of parameters can be set by the user for setting the RS-232 active or not,
baud rate, printing mode, accumulation mode, RS-232 language, and user or scale ID
numbers.
Parameter Description
C1 on
C2 bd
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Options
Enable or disable the Prt on
RS-232 interface
Prt oFF
Baud Rate
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
Default Values
or setting
Prt on
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C3 PrM
C4 Aon
C5 Ln
C6 UId
C7 Sid
Printing
Mode- mAn,
Manual, Continuous or Cont (not on EC
Automatic
approved scales)
AUto
Enable or disable the AC on
Accumulation
AC oFF
Select Language
EnGLi (English)
FrEnCH (French)
GErmAn (German)
SPAn (Spanish)
Set User ID
To
be
entered
manually
Set Scale ID
To
be
entered
manually
mAn
AC on
EnGLi
000000
000000
Scale will perform the following, depending on the Accumulation and Print Settings:
ACCUMULATION AC on
AC Off
SETTINGS
PRINT SETTINGS
Accumulate
automatically
AUto
mAn
Cont
Not
available
approved scales
7.4
and
print Print automatically,
Do not accumulate
Accumulate and Print only
when [Print/M+/Esc] key
pressed. If [Print/M+/Esc] is
pressed a second time only
print the weight.
Print continuously.
Accumulate when
on [Print/M+/Esc] key is pressed
Print when [Print/M+/Esc] key is
pressed,
Do not accumulate.
Print continuously.
Do not accumulate.
SCALE PARAMETERS
• Press [Z/T] to view the list of parameters.
• Press [Z/T] to enter a parameter. Use the [Unit/
] key and [Pcs/
] key to
set the values or just the [Pcs/
] key to select the options.
• Press [Z/T] to confirm the change and then advance to the next parameter by
pressing the [Pcs/
] key.
• Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to the group “FUnC 4”. If you press
[Print/M+/Esc] again, the scale will exit the User Parameter section and
return to normal weighing.
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This group of parameters is used to control the operation of the scale.
Parameter
Description
S1 Un
Enable or disable weighing
units, will not allow to
disable all units, at least
one has to be enabled.
Parts counting can be
enabled/disabled
S2 bL
S3 AoF
S4 dt
Options
Default
setting
Kg
Kg
Grams
lb
oz
lb:oz
N (Newtons)
PCS
Backlight set to always on, EL oFF
always off or automatic on EL on
whenever a weight is EL AU
placed or a key is pressed
Auto Off- Disable or set SLP 0
time increment to turn off SLP 1
scale
SLP 5
SLP 10
Set Time and Date format
and settings.
Format for date can be
changed when the display
shows mmddyy, ddmmyy
or yymmdd by pressing
the [Pcs/
] key, then
enter the date.
Enter
the
manually.
EL AU
SLP 0
time 00:00:00
mm:dd:yy
Enter the date format
and then the numeric
value manually.
S5 diS
Display all weights or only ALL
when stable
StAb
ALL
S6 Fi
Filter setting
normal or fast
to slow, SLow
nor
FASt
nor
S7 SPS
Password
S8 CAL
Calibration
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Enter new pass word Not active
twice,, controls access
to Func 1 to Func 4
Calibrate the scale. See Section 11.0
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8.0 BATTERY OPERATION
• The scales can be operated from the battery if desired. The battery life
can be up to 70 hours depending on the load cells used and how the
backlight is used.
• When the battery needs charging a symbol on the display will show less
bars in the battery symbol. The battery should be charged when only
the battery outline is on. Once the bars have been turned off the scale
will still operate for a short time after which it will automatically switch
off to protect the battery.
• To charge the battery, simply plug the adaptor into the mains power.
The scale does not need to be turned on.
• The battery should be charged for 12 hours for full capacity.
• Near the display is an LED to indicate the status of battery charging.
When the scale is plugged into the mains power the internal battery will
be charged. If the LED is green the battery has a full charge. If it is Red
the battery is nearly discharged and yellow indicates the battery is
being charged.
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9.0 RS-232 INTERFACE
The AE 402 indicator is supplied with bi-directional RS-232 interface as standard.
The scale when connected to a printer or computer outputs the weight with the
selected weighing unit through the RS-232 interface.
Specifications:
RS-232 output of weighing data
ASCII code
9600 Baud (user selectable)
8 data bits
No Parity
RS-232 serial interface is a plug as figure 2 shows:
2
1
3
4
1: Pin GND, Signal Ground
2: Pin RXD, Received Data
3: Pin TXD, Transmitted Data
As viewed from the back of the indicator
The scale can be set to print text in English, French, German or Spanish. See the RS232 parameters section for details.
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Data Format-Normal Output:
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
Date
Time
<cr><lf>
Scale ID
User ID
<cr><lf>
Net Wt
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
12/09/2006 <cr><lf>
14:56:27
<cr><lf>
123456
234567
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
1.234 Kg
<cr><lf>
If ID is zero, it is left blank
Net Wt. (or Gross Wt.)
Only weight value along with the weighing unit is printed. If Percent weighing is
used then % is shown in place of weighing units.
Data Format-Parts Counting Output:
Weight, Unit weight and number of parts are printed.
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
Date
Time
<cr><lf>
Scale ID
User ID
<cr><lf>
Net Wt.
Unit Wt.
PCS
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
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12/09/2006 <cr><lf>
14:56:27
<cr><lf>
123456
234567
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
1.234 Kg
123 g
10 pcs
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
Net Wt. (or Gross Wt.)
g for metric and lb for pounds
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Data Format- Memory Recall Output:
<cr><lf>
Date
12/09/2006 <cr><lf>
Time
14:56:27
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
Scale ID
123456 <cr><lf>
User ID
234567 <cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
------------------<cr><lf>
TOTAL
No.
5
<cr><lf>
Wt.
1.234 Kg
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
PCS
10 pcs
<cr><lf>
------------------<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
Data Format- Continuous Output- Normal weighing:
ST,GROSS
US,NET
1.234 Kg <cr><lf>
0.000 Kg <cr><lf>
ST or US for STable or UnStable,
NET or GROSS for Net Weight
or Gross wt. and the weighing unit, kg, lb etc.
Data Format- Continuous Output- Parts Counting:
ST Net
U.W.
PCS
<cr><lf>
<cr><lf>
1.234 Kg <cr><lf>
123 g
<cr><lf>
10 pcs <cr><lf>
Net Weight (or Gross wt.)
Kg and g for metric and Lb for pounds
NOTE:
1. The accumulated total will not be sent to the RS-232 when the continuous
print is turned on.
2. The continuous print will only be for the current weight and the display data.
3. In other languages the format is the same but the text will be in the language
selected.
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Description
Net weight
ENGLISH
FRENCH
GERMAN
SPANISH
Net Wt.
Pds Net
Net-Gew
Pso Net
Weight per unit
counted
Unit Wt.
Pds unit
Gew/Einh
Pso/Unid
Number of items
counted
Pcs
Pcs
Stck.
Piezas
Nb.
Anzhl
Num.
Total
Gesamt
Total
Date
Date
Datum
Fecha
Time
Heure
Zeit
Hora
Scale ID
Bal ID
Waagen ID
Bal ID
User ID
Util ID
Nutzer ID
Usuario ID
Number
of
weighing added
No.
to subtotals
Total weight and
count printed
Total
Print date
Print time
Scale ID number
User ID Number
9.1
INPUT COMMANDS FORMAT
The scale can be controlled with the following commands. Press the [Enter] key of
the PC after each command.
T<cr><lf>
Tares the scale to display the net weight. This is the same as
pressing [Z/T].
Z<cr><lf>
Sets the zero point for all subsequent weighing. The display shows
zero.
P<cr><lf>
Prints the results to a PC or printer using the RS-232 interface. It
also adds the value to the accumulation memory if the
accumulation function is not set to automatic.
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10.0 RELAY INTERFACE
The AE 402 indicator is supplied with drivers to control external relays. The drivers
could be used to control a number of different relays depending upon the users
need. The relay drivers are isolated outputs requiring the use of an external power
supply for the relays. Also see section 3.4.3.
Contact Adam Equipment or your supplier for a relay interface that is compatible
with the relay drivers, however other interfaces can be used as long as the following
conditions apply.
Connections to the drivers:
Connections are made to the PCB, Connector P1. The connector is a spring
activated type, simply press on the top of the connector and insert the wire.
Do not exceed the safe limits of voltage or current of 24VDC or 15ma per output.
Depending upon the application it may be necessary to use a small relay to drive
larger relays, or to provide additional protection to prevent electromagnetic
interference (diodes as shown above) to this or other machinery.
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11.0 CALIBRATION
The scale can be calibrated using the following procedure. To enter this procedure
it is necessary to use Func 4 accessible using the [Func/C] key as described in section
7.4 or using the password access as described in section 12.
The AE 402 scales calibrate using either metric or pound weights, depending on the
weighing unit in use before calibration. The display will show either "kg" or "lb" to
identify the weights expected.
PROCEDURE
• Enter the calibration section using Func 4, C8 CAL or using the password
as described in section 12.
• The display will show "unLoAd".
• Remove any weight from platform, when the stable symbol is on press
[Z/T].
• The display will show "Ld" the “0000XX” to show the last calibration
weight used. Place this calibration weight on the scale. Press the [Z/T]
key. If the weight you put on the scale does not match the value
displayed, press the [Func/C] key to clear the vale then use the
[Unit/
]key and [Pcs/
] key to set the correct value. When it is
correct press [Z/T].
• If the calibration is acceptable the scale will run a self-test during which
the calibration weight should be removed. If an error message “FAiL L”
is shown try calibration again as a disturbance may have prevented a
successful calibration.
After calibration the scale should be checked to verify the calibration is correct. If
necessary repeat calibration, make sure that the scale is stable before accepting any
weight.
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12.0 SERVICE SECTION
The scales will allow entry to the parameters if the [Tare] key is pressed during the
power on cycle. The passwords work as above.
In this case the display will show the passcode request screen, “ P - - - - “ . To
continue enter a passcode as described below.
Entering passcode 0000 will allow calibration as shown in section 11.
Entering 1000 will allow access to a limited set of parameters described in section
12.1.
Entering the passcode 2006 will allow access to all parameters as shown in section
12.3.
12.1 USING “1000” TO ENTER THE SERVICE PARAMETERS
Press the [Z/T] key during the display counting when turned on,
When “Pn “ is displayed, enter the number 1000 using the [Unit/
] and [Pcs/
]
keys and then press [Z/T].
The displays will show the first parameters, called “F4 Int”.
To select another parameter press the [Pcs/
] key to advance through the
parameters.
Press the [Z/T] key to enter a parameter.
To exit a parameter, press the [Print/M+/Esc] key.
The display will show the parameter number and a name.
When a parameter is entered by pressing the [Z/T] key, the displays will guide you
through the parameter selected and the options available.
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The parameters available are:
“F4 Int”
“F5 rEZ”
“F6 SCS”
“F7 Cnt”
“F8 Zem”
“F9 Lvd”
“FA AZn”
“Fb FPS”
Initial Zero Range
Re-Zero range
Successive Tare Enable
Display the A/D counts
Zero Mode
Low voltage detection
Auto Zero Range
User Function Password
The description of the parameters is shown in section 12.3
12.2 USING “2006” TO ENTER THE SECURE PARAMETERS
Press the [Z/T] key during the display counting when turned on,
When “Pn “ is displayed, enter the number 2006 using the [Unit/
] and [Pcs/
]
keys and then press [Z/T]. The displays will show the first parameters, called “F1”
“CAL”.
To select another parameter press the [Pcs/
] key to advance through the
parameters.
Press the [Z/T] key to enter a parameter.
To exit a parameter, press the [Print/M+/Esc] key.
The display will show the parameter number and a name.
When a parameter is entered by pressing the [Z/T] key, the displays will guide you
through the parameter selected and the options available.
The parameters available are:
“F1 CAL”
To enter the Calibration
“F2 dEC”
Decimal Point Position
“F3 CAP”
Default Weighing Unit and capacity
“F4 Int”
Initial Zero Range
“F5 rEZ”
Re-Zero range
“F6 SCS”
Successive Tare Enable
“F7 Cnt”
Display the A/D counts
“F8 Zem”
Zero Mode
“F9 Lvd”
Low voltage detection
“FA AZn”
Auto Zero Range
“Fb FPS”
User Function Password
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12.3 PARAMETER DETAILS
12.3.1
F1 -CALIBRATION
To enter the calibration parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F1” is displayed. The
scale will be calibrated using 2 masses of approximately 1/3Maximum and
Maximum. If the scale has been calibrated once the values will be stored. If this is
the first time the scale is calibrated the user must enter the values for the
calibration masses.
NOTE: It is necessary to set the decimal point location and the capacity before
calibration is possible.
The display will instruct you to remove any weight from the scale, “UnloAd”. Press
[Z/T].
The display will tell you to add the first weight to the scale: “Ld 1” “ 10 kg” If
necessary change the value shown to match the weight to be used. Press [CE] to
clear the old value and then enter the new value. All values entered are in whole
numbers only.
Add the weight shown, wait for stability then press the [Z/T] key.
The display will tell you to add the second weight to the scale: “Ld 2 “ “ 30 kg”
Either add the weight shown, wait for stability then press the [Z/T] key or press the
[Print/M+/Esc] key to accept the single point calibration and return to weighing.
The display will show “PASS” if the calibration is OK.
Remove the weight.
12.3.2
F2–DECIMAL POINT POSITION
To set the value for the decimal point location. The options are 0, 0.0, 0.00,
0.000, 0.0000
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F2 dEC” is shown.
The display will show the current setting.
Press the [Pcs/
] key to change the value. Select from 0, 0.0, 0.00, 0.000, 0.0000
Press [Z/T] to accept the displayed value.
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12.3.3
F3 – CAPACITY/ WEIGHING UNIT/INCREMENT
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F3 CAP” is shown.
The display will show the current capacity and default weighing unit.
Enter the numeric values using the [Unit/
] and [Pcs/
] keys.
The scale will
check the number of division’s n = maximum/increment is less than 30,000 divisions.
(3000 divisions for EC approved versions).
To select the weighing unit press the [Unit/
]until the default weighing unit is
flashing, either kilogram (kg) or pounds (lb).
Press [Z/T] to accept the displayed value.
On non-approved versions the display then lets you select the increment, “InC 2”
For example 100kg x 0.01kg the increment is 10grams, but the last digit increments
by 1.
The display will show the current increment value as used with the current decimal
point position.
Press the [Pcs/
] key to change the value. Select from 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 50
Not all increments may be available for the capacity you selected.
For EC Approved versions the scale will determine the increment that maintains the
number of divisions to be 3000 or less.
Press [Z/T] to accept the displayed value.
Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to weighing.
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12.3.4
F4 –INITIAL ZERO RANGE
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F4 int” is shown.
The display will show the current initial zero range.
Press the [Pcs/ ] key to change the value and press [Z/T] to accept the value.
Press [Print/M+/esc] to return to weighing.
12.3.5
F5 -RE-ZERO RANGE
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F5 rEZ” is shown.
The display will show the current re-zero range.
Press the [Pcs/
] key to change the value.
Press [Z/T] to accept the value.
Press [Print/M+/esc] to return to weighing.
12.3.6
F6 -SUCCESSIVE TARE
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F6 SCS” is shown.
The display will show if the successive tare is on or off.
Press the [Pcs/
] key to change the value.
Press [Z/T] to accept the displayed value.
Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to weighing.
12.3.7
F7 –ADC COUNTS
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F7 Cnt” is shown.
This parameter allows you to view the A/D counts from the internal A/D converter.
This can be an aid to service.
Press the [Z/T] key to return to the PARAMETER menu.
Press the [Print/M+/Esc] key to return to weighing.
Typical value at zero is 30,000-90,000 (approx.).
Typical value at full capacity is 500,000 (approx.).
12.3.8
F8 –ZERO MODE
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F8 ZEm” is shown.
Select the Zero mode desired. In all but special cases Zero Mode 1 is used. The
other 2 zero modes are for unique locations in the world and effect the +/- range of
the zero.
Press the [Pcs/
] key to change the value.
Press [Z/T] to accept the displayed value.
Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to weighing.
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12.3.9
F9 –LOW VOLTAGE DETECTION
This parameter allows detection of low voltage when the battery wears down.
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “F9 LVd” is shown.
The display will show if the LVD Mode is set to on or oFF.
Press the [Pcs/
] key to change the value.
Press [Z/T] to accept the displayed value.
Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to weighing.
12.3.10
FA –AZn Auto Zero Range
This parameter sets the auto zero range from 0 (Off) to 4d.
Calibration and parameter counting function to be active. To enter this parameter,
press the [Z/T] key when “FA AZn” is shown.
The display will show if the current Auto Zero range.
Press the [Pcs/
] key to change the value.
Press [Z/T] to accept the displayed value.
Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to weighing.
12.3.11
Fb –FPS User Function Password
This parameter set a password to control access to the user functions as described
in Section 7. If the password is set to 0000 the control is disable and the user has
free access to the functions.
To enter this parameter, press the [Z/T] key when “Fb FPS” is shown.
The display will show “P1 - - - -“ Enter the new password code followed by [Z/T] to
accept.
The display will then show “P2 - - - -“ Enter the new password code again followed by
[Z/T] to accept. The same code number must be entered both times for the
password to be set.
Press the [Unit/
] and [Pcs/
] keys to enter the values.
Press [Print/M+/Esc] to return to weighing.
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13.0 ERROR CODES
ERROR
CODES
- -oL - -
DESCRIPTION
SUGGESTIONS
Over-range
Remove weight from the scale.
If the problem persists contact your dealer or Adam
Equipment for assistance.
Err 1
Time Setting Error Enter time using correct format and reasonable values.
Format: hh:mm:ss
Err 2
Date Setting Error Enter date using correct format and reasonable values.
Format: yy:mm:dd
Err 4
Zero Setting Error
The scale was outside the normal zero setting range
either when it was turned on or when the [Zero] key
was pressed.
Remove weight from the scale and try re-zeroing again.
Use the [Z/T] key to set the display to zero value.
If the problem persists contact your dealer or Adam
Equipment for assistance.
Err 6
A/D out of range
The values from the A/D converter are outside the
normal range.
Remove the weight from the scale if overloaded.
Make sure the pan is attached.
Indicates the load cell or the electronics may be faulty.
If the problem persists contact your dealer or Adam
Equipment for assistance.
Err 9
Check weigh
limits error
Shown if the low limit is set higher than the current
high limit. Reset High limit or different low limit.
FAIL
Calibration error.
Improper calibration (should be within + 10% of the
factory calibration). The old calibration data will be
retained until the calibration process is complete.
If the problem persists contact your dealer or Adam
Equipment for assistance.
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14.0 REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
If you need to order any spare parts and accessories, contact your supplier or Adam Equipment. A partial
list of such items is as follows•
•
Power Supply Module
Replacement Battery
•
Printer, etc.
15.0 SERVICE INFORMATION
This manual covers the details of operation. If you have a problem with the scale that is not directly
addressed by this manual then contact your supplier for assistance. In order to provide further
assistance, the supplier will need the following information which should be kept ready:
A. Details of your company
-Name of your company:
-Contact person’s name:
-Contact telephone, e-mail,
fax or any other methods:
B. Details of the unit purchased
(This part of information should always be available for any future correspondence. We
suggest you to fill in this form as soon as the unit is received and keep a print-out in your
record for ready reference.)
Model name of the scale:
Serial number of the unit:
Software revision number
(Displayed when power is first turned on):
Date of Purchase:
Name of the supplier and place:
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16.0 WARRANTY STATEMENT
Adam Equipment offers Limited Warranty (Parts and Labour) for the components failed due
to defects in materials or workmanship. Warranty starts from the date of delivery.
During the warranty period, should any repairs be necessary, the purchaser must inform its
supplier or Adam Equipment Company. The company or its authorised Technician reserves
the right to repair or replace the components at any of its workshops depending on the
severity of the problems. However, any freight involved in sending the faulty units or parts
to the service centre should be borne by the purchaser.
The warranty will cease to operate if the equipment is not returned in the original packaging
and with correct documentation for a claim to be processed. All claims are at the sole
discretion of Adam Equipment.
This warranty does not cover equipment where defects or poor performance is due to
misuse, accidental damage, exposure to radioactive or corrosive materials, negligence, faulty
installation, unauthorised modifications or attempted repair or failure to observe the
requirements and recommendations as given in this User Manual. Additionally rechargeable
batteries (where supplied) are not covered under warranty.
Repairs carried out under the warranty does not extend the warranty period. Components
removed during the warranty repairs become the company property.
The statutory right of the purchaser is not affected by this warranty. The terms of this
warranty is governed by the UK law. For complete details on Warranty Information, see the
terms and conditions of sale available on our web-site.
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Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity
This product has been manufactured in accordance with the
harmonized European standards, following the provisions of the
below stated directives:
Electro Magnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Adam Equipment Co. Ltd.
Bond Avenue, Denbigh East
Milton Keynes, MK1 1SW
United Kingdom
FCC COMPLIANCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. The
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Shielded interconnect cables must be employed with this equipment to insure compliance with the
pertinent RF emission limits governing this device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Adam Equipment could void the user's authority
to operate the equipment.
WEEE COMPLIANCE
Any Electrical or Electronic Equipment (EEE) component or assembly of parts intended to be
incorporated into EEE devices as defined by European Directive 2002/95/EEC must be recycled or
disposed using techniques that do not introduce hazardous substances harmful to our health or the
environment as listed in Directive 2002/95/EC or amending legislation. Battery disposal in Landfill
Sites is more regulated since July 2002 by regulation 9 of the Landfill (England and Wales) Regulations
2002 and Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005. Battery recycling has become topical and the Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations are set to impose targets for recycling.
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ADAM EQUIPMENT is an ISO 9001:2008 certified global company with more than 35 years
experience in the production and sale of electronic weighing equipment.
For a complete listing of all Adam scales and balances visit our website at:
www.adamequipment.com
© Copyright by Adam Equipment Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this
publication may be reprinted or translated in any form or by any means without the
prior permission of Adam Equipment.
Adam Equipment reserves the right to make changes to the technology, features,
specifications and design of the equipment without notice.
All information contained within this publication is to the best of our knowledge
timely, complete and accurate when issued. However, we are not responsible for
misinterpretations which may result from the reading of this material.
The latest version of this publication can be found on our Website.
Head Office:
Adam Equipment Co. Ltd.
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MK1 1 SW
Tel: +44 (0)1908 274545
Fax: +44 (0)1908 641339
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