Adobe 1.5 Music Mixer User Manual

H V- G S e r i e s
Platform Scales
Instruction Manual
Contents
1
Compliance ........................................................................................3
1.1
Compliance with FCC rules ........................................................... 3
2
Outline and Features ......................................................................... 4
3
Unpacking .......................................................................................... 5
3.1
Accessories and Options list ......................................................... 6
4
Caution .............................................................................................. 8
4.1
Precautions for Installing the Scale ............................................... 8
4.2
Precautions for Operating the Scale .............................................. 8
4.3
Precautions for Storing the Scale .................................................. 8
5
Installing the Scale ............................................................................. 9
5.1
Installing the batteries for Type L ................................................ 10
6
Names ............................................................................................. 11
6.1
Display and Symbols ................................................................... 12
6.2
Switches ...................................................................................... 14
7
Basic Operation ............................................................................... 16
7.1
Turning the Scale on/off and Weighing ....................................... 16
7.1.1
Type V or Type L with AC adaptor .......................................... 16
7.1.2
Type L with Batteries ............................................................... 17
7.2
Tare (and Net Display) ................................................................. 18
7.2.1
Semi-Automatic Tare (Input by Weighing) ............................... 18
7.2.2
Preset Tare (Digital Input of Known Tare) ............................... 18
7.3
Weighing Range .......................................................................... 19
7.4
Mode Switch (Changing Unit and Mode) ..................................... 20
8
Counting Mode ............................................................................... 21
8.1
Storing a Unit Mass ..................................................................... 21
8.2
Counting the number of articles ................................................... 22
9
Percentage Mode ............................................................................ 23
9.1
Storing a 100% Mass .................................................................. 23
9.2
Reading Percentage .................................................................... 24
10
Accumulation Function..................................................................... 25
10.1
Preparation (Setting Parameters) ................................................ 26
10.2
Operation and Performance (Examples) ..................................... 27
11
Comparator Function ........................................................................ 28
11.1
Preparation (Setting Parameters) ................................................ 29
11.2
Operation and Performance (Examples) ..................................... 31
12.
Full/Dribble Batch Function .............................................................. 32
12.1
Preparation (Setting Parameters) ................................................ 34
13.
Simple Batch Function ..................................................................... 36
13.1
Preparation (Setting Parameters) ................................................ 37
13.2
Operation and Performance (Examples) ..................................... 38
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14
Calibration (Adjusting the Scale) ...................................................... 39
14.1
The Gravity Acceleration Table ................................................... 40
14.2
The Complete Calibration Procedure .......................................... 41
14.2.1
Gravity Acceleration Correction ............................................... 41
14.2.2
Preparation .............................................................................. 41
14.2.3
Calibration of the Zero Point .................................................... 42
14.2.4
Span Calibration ...................................................................... 42
15
The Function Table .......................................................................... 43
15.1
The Procedure for Setting Parameters ........................................ 43
15.2
Parameter List ............................................................................. 44
16
RS-232C Serial Interface ................................................................. 48
16.1
Data Format ................................................................................. 49
16.2
Stream Mode ............................................................................... 51
16.2.1
Preparation and Performance (Examples) .............................. 51
16.3
Command mode .......................................................................... 52
16.3.1
Command List ......................................................................... 52
16.4
Preparation (Setting Parameters) ................................................ 55
17
Options ............................................................................................ 56
17.1
RS-232C/ Relay output/ Buzzer (OP-03) ..................................... 56
17.2
RS-422/ RS-485 / Relay output (OP-04) ..................................... 57
17.2.1
Communication Format ........................................................... 59
17.2.2
Command List ......................................................................... 59
17.3
Internal Printer for Type V (OP-06) .............................................. 62
18
Specifications ................................................................................... 65
19
Maintenance .................................................................................... 68
19.1
Repair .......................................................................................... 68
19.2
Check points Before Calling Maintenance ................................... 68
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1 Compliance
1.1 Compliance with FCC rules
Please note that this equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy. This equipment has been tested and has been found to comply with the
limits of a Class A computing device pursuant to Sub-part J of Part 15 of FCC
rules. These rules are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference when this equipment is operated in a commercial environment. If this unit is
operated in a residential area it might cause some interference and under these
circumstances the user would be required to take, at his own expense, whatever
measures are necessary to eliminate the interference.
(FCC = Federal Communications Commission in the U.S.A.)
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2 Outline and Features
The HV-G series is a platform scale with 1/3000 resolution, and has a
“triple weighing range” function to select the weighing range.
Type L scales have an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) and use batteries as a power
source to provide portability. This type can also use an AC mains adaptor.
Type V scales have a fluorescent display so the weighing value can be read in
dim light. This type uses the AC power line as a power source.
The base unit (platform) is water-resistant in accordance with IP-65
specifications.
The counting mode function converts the total mass value (total weight) of articles
to be counted, to a count, assuming all items have the same mass.
The percentage mode function displays the mass of an item as a percentage of a
stored 100% mass.
The accumulation function accumulates each weighing value and counts the
number of weighings.
The comparator function compares the display value with the upper limit value
(HI) and the lower limit value (LO) and displays the result. The result can output if
option OP-03 is installed.
The simple batch function or full/dribble batch function can be used for filling to a
target mass value. The status of a weighing value can be output if option OP-03
or OP-04 is installed. The outputs are Zero Band, Preliminary and Final.
The optional RS-422/RS-485 serial interface can control up to 16 scales from a
computer when this option is installed in place of the standard RS-232C serial
interface.
Type V scales can be equipped with option OP-06, a built-in impact dot matrix
printer.
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3 Unpacking
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3.1 Accessories and Options list
Accessories for HV-G series
Type
Type V
Products
HV-15KGV
Display unit cover
Instruction manual
HV-60KGV
HV-200KGV
Display unit cover
5mm Allen wrench
Instruction manual
Display unit cover
AC adaptor
6 x ‘D’ size batteries
Instruction manual
6 x ‘D’ size batteries
Display unit cover
5mm Allen wrench
AC adaptor
Instruction manual
HV-15KGL
Type L
Accessories
HV-60KGL
HV-200KGL
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Options List
Order code or option name
Accessories
OP-03
RS232C interface / Relay output / Buzzer Connector JA:TCP0586
OP-04
RS422/485 interface / Relay output
Connector TM:BLA9
AC adaptor
OP-06
Built-in printer for type V
Paper PP156
Ink ribbon ERC-05
AX-K0557A
RS232C cable, D-sub 25 pin, 2m
AX-KO1786-200 RS232C cable, D-sub 9 pin, 2m
Consumables
AX-PP156
Special roll paper
AX-ERC-05
Ink ribbon
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4 Caution
4.1 Precautions for Installing the Scale
Consider the following conditions to get the most from your scale.
The best operation is where the temperature and relative humidity are stable, the
scale is installed on a solid floor or bench and there is no draft.
Do not install the scale in direct sunlight.
Do not install the scale near heaters or air conditioners.
Do not install the scale where there is flammable or corrosive gas present.
Do not install the scale near equipment which produces magnetic fields.
Do not install the scale where there is likely to be static electricity discharges in a
place where the relative humidity is lower than 45%RH. Plastic and isolators are
likely to be charged with static electricity.
The display unit is not water resistant. Use the display unit cover to avoid
damage.
Do not use an unstable power source.
4.2 Precautions for Operating the Scale
Periodically check the scale with a known weight.
Calibrate the scale before using it and after moving it to another location.
Do not place anything on the pan which is heavier than the weighing capacity
Do not drop anything onto the pan.
Do not use a sharp instrument such as a pencil or ball-point pen to press the
switches. Press the switches gently using only your finger.
We recommend pressing the ZERO or TARE switch before each weighing to
prevent possible error.
Replace used dry cells with six new ones when the BATT symbol is displayed. Dry
cell (battery) is size D.
4.3 Precautions for Storing the Scale
Do not disassemble the scale.
Do not use solvents to clean the scale.
For best cleaning of the display unit, wipe with a dry lint free cloth or a lint free
cloth which is moistened with warm water and a mild detergent.
The base unit can be cleaned with gentle water jets while brushing the base unit.
Weigh only after the unit is dry.
Protect the display unit from dust and water by using the vinyl cover.
Remove batteries from display unit when the scale is not in use for a long time. If
you leave the batteries installed they may leak and damage the scale.
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5 Installing the Scale
This procedure includes all of the steps for installing the HV-G series scales
Step 1 Unpacking
Remove the base unit and column from the
carton, taking care not to pull on the loadcell
cable.
Step 2 Fit the pan to the base unit.
Step 3 Insert the excess loadcell cable
into the column. Attach the column to the
base unit so as not to damage the loadcell
cable. Affix the column to the bracket using
four 5mm Allen screws.
Step 4 Select the place for installing the
scale.
Consider “4. Caution” on page 8.
Step 5 Level the base unit by using the
“Bubble spirit level” and “Levelling feet”.
Step 6 Press the caps at the pole top
from both sides and adjust the angle of the
display unit.
Step 7
Check the weighing accuracy. If
the scale needs calibration, refer to
“14 Calibration”.
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5.1 Installing the Batteries for Type L
Step 1
Turn off the display.
Remove the AC adaptor.
Step 2
Press and slide to open the external cover.
Press the hook of the internal cover to the
left side and lift the cover.
Step 3
Insert six new dry cells ensuring correct
polarity (+,-). Battery size is ‘D’.
Step 4
Close the covers opened in step 2.
Caution
Replace used dry cells with six new ones, when BATT is displayed.
Do not mix used and new batteries. It may cause damage to the battery
or product.
Check the polarity when installing the batteries. If you do not observe
this it may cause battery leakage. Also if the polarity of a battery is
wrong the scale may only work temporarily.
The battery life is dependent upon the environmental temperature.
Remove batteries from the display unit when the scale is not to be used
for a long time. They may leak and cause damage.
Damage which is due to battery leakage is not covered under warranty.
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6 Names
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6.1 Display and Symbols
Stability mark.
When the current weight value is not changing, this mark
is displayed. The reading may now be taken.
Zero point mark.
With nothing on the pan and pressing the
ZERO switch, this mark is displayed. The zero point is the
starting point to weighing.
Net mark.
After pressing the TARE switch this mark is displayed to
show net weight is displayed
Preset tare mark.
When storing a tare with digital input this mark blinks.
Accumulation mark.
When using the accumulation function, this mark is
displayed.
Low battery mark for type L.
When the battery power is low this mark is displayed.
Replace with six new batteries.
Ready mark for the full/dribble batch function. This mark
shows:
ON
The weighing value is within the zero-band.
OFF
The full/dribble batch process is above the
zero-band.
Blinking The start or end of the full/dribble batch
process above the zero-band.
The weighing range indicator.
The current range is indicated.
The comparator indicator.
Using the comparator function and comparing a weighing
value with the upper and lower limits, the result is
indicated.
Using the full/dribble batch function, the full flow gate
indicator is shown as OK, the dribble flow gate indicator as
HI and the zero band indicator as LO.
Example:- Display of zero (zero point).
With an empty weighing pan by pressing the ZERO switch:The Zero mark is displayed.
The stability mark is displayed.
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Example:-. Display of the counting mode.
This mode uses the registered unit mass, counts the
amount of articles on the pan. The unit is PCS.
Example:- Storing the unit mass in the counting mode.
This is a display of zero point for counting mode and uses
20 pieces for the unit mass registration.
Example:- Storing the unit mass in the counting mode.
Sign “-” means “weighing value is not zero”.
Sample number is 10 pieces.
Example:- Percentage mode.
This mode uses the registered 100% mass, converts the
weighing value to a percentage. The unit is % .
Example:- Display of the function table.
This function table sets parameters of items.
< switch
Selecting an item.
^ switch
Selecting a parameter of the item.
ENTER switch Storing new parameters.
Example:-. Preset tare. Entering tare with digital input.
< switch
Selecting a figure.
^ switch
Selecting a number.
ENTER switch Storing new tare.
Example:- Hold display
The hold display is set using f12 of the function table.
When weighing value is “near-zero” or changes more than
25% +30 digits, the hold is cancelled.
Overload display.
Remove everything from the pan.
Weighing error.
Check the base unit and weighing pan.
Calibration error.
Means “Calibration mass is too light”.
Check the base unit and weighing pan.
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Calibration error.
Means “Calibration mass is too heavy”.
Check the base unit and weighing pan.
Weighed value is unstable due to drift, vibration etc. when
turning on the scale.
Check around the weighing pan.
Check the connection of load cell cable.
Remove everything from the weighing pan.
Check around weighing pan.
Perform zero point calibration of the scale.
Accumulated data count
Total mass value of the accumulated data.
Comparator function = display is an upper limit.
Full/dribble batch function = display is a final value.
Full/dribble batch function = display is a preliminary value.
Comparator function = display is a lower limit.
Full/dribble batch function = display is the zero band.
Description of the weighing unit, weighing range and
minimum graduation.
6.2 Switches
Power switch.
Note Type V is in standby status when power is
connected, even though the display is off.
Zero switch.
When there is nothing on the pan and the ZERO switch
is pressed, the scale displays zero and the zero point mark.
Any stored tare is cancelled.
Tare switch.
Used to store the weight of a container when carrying out
net weighing.
Range switch.
For changing the weighing range. (Refer to f2 )
Storing the unit mass, it is used to select a sample number.
In the function table, it is used to select a parameter.
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Set switch.
Can be used to turn the comparator on/off. (Refer to f6 )
Counting mode, it is used to enter the mode to store the unit mass.
Percentage mode, it is used to enter the mode to store the 100%
mass.
In the full/dribble batch function, it is used as a start switch.
In the preset tare, and selecting calibration mass, it is used to
select a figure.
Mode switch.
Used to change the current unit.
While setting modes, this switch is used for “storing a parameter
and proceeding the next step”.
F switch
Full/dribble batch function, it is used to finish the process.
(Refer to f10 )
Hold switch. (Refer to f12 )
Setting a preset tare, selects polarity (+,-).
Print switch.
Used to print or output data. (Refer to f5, f9 )
Used to enter the function table
Used to enter the mode to set a preset tare
Used to perform paper feed for the optional printer for type V.
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7 Basic Operation
7.1 Turning the Scale On/Off & Basic Weighing
7.1.1 Type V or Type L with AC adaptor
Step 1 Connect the scale to a ground point.
Step 2 Ensure that the pan is empty.
Step 3 Confirm that local voltage and receptacle type fit your scale.
Step 4 The scale turns on/off using the ON/OFF switch alternately.
Step 5 Check the accuracy of weighing. If you calibrate the scale, perform it after
allowing the scale to warm up for 30 minutes.
Step 6 Press the ZERO switch to display zero. (With nothing on the pan.)
Step 7 Place something on the pan gently.
Step 8 You can read the weight after the stability mark is displayed.
Step 9 Remove the item from the pan.
Step 10
Turn the scale off using the ON/OFF switch.
Memo
With the power cord connected, type V consumes only sufficient power for standby
status after turning off the scale.
With the AC adaptor connected, type L consumes only the power of the AC adaptor
after turning off the scale.
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7.1.2 Type L with Batteries
Step 1 Install six new batteries. Refer to “5.1. Installing the batteries for Type L”.
Step 2 Ensure that the pan is empty.
Step 3 The scale turns on/off using the ON/OFF switch alternately.
Step 4 Check the accuracy of weighing. If you calibrate the scale, perform it after
warming up the scale for 30 minutes.
Step 5 Press the ZERO switch to display zero. (With nothing on the pan.)
Step 6 Place something on the pan gently.
Step 7 You can read the weight value after the stability mark is displayed.
Step 8 Remove the item from the pan.
Step 9 Turn the scale off using the ON/OFF switch.
Caution
Replace used dry cells with six new ones when BATT is displayed.
Battery life is affected by the environmental temperature.
Remove batteries from the display unit when the scale is not to be used for a long
time. The batteries may leak and cause damage.
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7.2
Tare (and Net Display)
The “Tare” is used to cancel the mass of a container, receptacle, case, bag, etc.
which is put on the pan to contain the item to be weighed.
Caution
The tare reduces the available weighing range.
The current tare value is reset by pressing the ZERO switch or turning the
scale off. (Reset value is zero.)
Storable preset tare value is within minimum weighing range for the HV-G series.
7.2.1 Semi-Automatic Tare (Input by Weighing)
Step 1 Put the container onto the pan.
Step 2 Press the TARE switch. The display becomes zero and the net mark
is displayed.
Step 3 It is now possible to put something into the container and to read its
net display.
Step 4 Remove all items from the pan.
7.2.2 Preset Tare (Digital Input of Known Tare)
Step 1
Press and hold the SET switch and press the TARE switch.
Then the blank or stored tare value is displayed. This blank display means
that the tare value is zero (reset value), and
blinks.
Step 2 Set the preset tare value by using the following switches.
^ switch selecting the value of the figure.
< switch selecting a figure.
Note: The maximum Preset Tare is equal to the low range maximum capacity.
Step 3 Press the ENTER switch to store the new preset tare value.
The scale displays a net value i.e. the tare value subtracted from the
gross weight value.
Step 3 It is now possible to put something into the container and to read its
net weight.
Step 4 Remove all items from the pan.
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7.3 Weighing Range
This is the function to select a weighing range.
The mass value is displayed within a selected range.
There is the automatic range (f2 0) and manual range (f2 1) using the RANGE
switch.
Operation and Performance
Function Table
f2 0
f2 1
Meaning and purpose
Automatic range
Weighing range changes automatically as items are placed onto
the pan.
When there is nothing on the pan and the zero point mark is
displayed, the scale changes back to the minimum range
automatically
Press the ZERO switch to change to minimum range, when there
is nothing on the pan and the zero point mark is not displayed due
to net display or zero offset
Manual range
Press the RANGE switch to expand the range.
Press the RANGE switch to change to minimum range, when there
is nothing on the pan and the zero point mark is displayed
Press the ZERO switch and then the RANGE switch to change to
minimum range, when there is nothing on the pan and the zero
point mark is not displayed due to net display or zero offset
Weighing Range
Products
HV-15KGV, HV-15KGL
HV-60KGV, HV-60KGL
HV-200KGV, HV-200KGL
Weighing Range A
3kg,
6kg,
15kg,
30kg,
60kg,
150kg,
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15kg A
60kg A
220kg
A
7.4 Mode Switch (Changing Unit & Mode)
Pressing the MODE switch the display changes as shown below. Refer to the function
table f3 for available units. Useable units are according to the factory settings.
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8 Counting Mode
Counting Mode
In counting mode the total weight of articles is converted to a count and assumes
all articles have the same mass value.
It is necessary to store a unit mass to count articles.
8.1 Storing a Unit Mass
Step 1 Press the MODE switch to display the unit PCS.
Step 2 Press the SET switch to enter the mode to store a
unit mass.
Step 3 Press the ^ switch to select the number of samples. The greater the quantity of samples, the
greater the accuracy of the count.
5 pieces, 10 pieces, 20 pieces, 50 pieces, 100
pieces
Step 4 Put the container onto the pan.
When the stability mark is displayed press the
TARE switch.
Step 5 Put in the number of samples selected at step 3.
Press the ENTER switch to store the weight after
the stability mark is displayed. The count is then
displayed.
Caution
When the sample is too light and it is not possible to
calculate a unit mass, the scale displays lo ut and
returns to step 3. It is necessary to increase the
number of samples.
Pressing the ENTER switch after the lo ut . is
displayed, the next weighing mode is displayed.
When the unit mass is too light to store, the scale
displays lo ut .
Step 6
Remove all items from the pan.
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8.2
Step 1
Counting the number of articles
Press the MODE switch to display the unit
PCS
Step 2 Store the unit mass of the item.
Refer to “8.1 Storing a Unit Mass”
Step 3 Put the container only onto the pan.
Press the TARE switch.
Step 5 Put articles into the container and read the
count.
Step 6
Remove all items from the pan.
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9 Percentage Mode
The percent mode is to display a mass value in the unit of “%”.
It is necessary to store a 100% mass value, in advance to use this function.
9.1 Storing a 100% Mass
Step 1
Press the MODE switch to display the unit %.
Step 2
Press the SET switch to enter the mode that
stores a 100% mass.
Step 3
With nothing on the pan press the ZERO switch
to display zero.
Step 4
Put the 100% mass on the pan gently.
Press the ENTER switch to store it after the
stability mark is displayed. Then the
percentage unit is displayed.
Caution
When the sample is too light and it is not possible
to calculate a 100% mass, the scale displays lo .
and returns to step 3.
Pressing the ENTER switch after lo is displayed,
the next weighing mode is displayed.
Step 5
Remove all items from the pan.
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9.2 Reading Percentage
Step 1 Press the MODE switch to display the
unit %.
Step 2 Store the unit mass of the article.
Refer to “9.1 Storing a 100% Mass “
Step 3 If a container is needed, put the
container only onto the pan and press
the TARE switch.
Step 4
It is now possible to put the item into the
container and read the percentage.
Step 5
Remove all items from the pan.
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10
Accumulation Function
This function counts the number of weighed items, calculates the total mass value and
can display the number and accumulated mass value.
It is necessary to set the parameters of the “accumulation function ( f8 )” in the function
table in advance to use this function.
It is necessary to set the parameters of the “print mode ( f9
advance to use the optional built-in printer.
)” in the function table in
Operation and Switches
The display of the accumulation count has a blinking
without a unit
The display of the accumulation value has a unit and a blinking
Pressing the MODE switch, the accumulation count and accumulation value is displayed.
Pressing the ZERO switch in the accumulation function (while a blinking
) resets
the current function. (The count and accumulated value become zero.)
When the optional built-in printer is installed and the PRINT switch is pressed, the
accumulation data, date and data number are printed. Date is set at function table f16 .
Caution
The accumulation function can only be used with the first weighing unit
accumulated.
Parameter List and Word Definition
The “near-zero” is within ±4 digits from the zero point in the unit of kg.
The “digit” a unit of display, is equivalent to the minimum graduation.
The “zero point” is the fundamental starting point to weighing.
Function table
f8 0
f8 1
f8 2
f8 3
Meaning & Purpose
Accumulation function is not used.
The scale accumulates the data, if the F switch is pressed when
the display is a positive stable value above near-zero. The next
accumulation can be performed after the display returns to
near-zero or to a negative value.
The scale accumulates the data, if the F switch is pressed, when
the display is a stable value and outside near-zero. The next
accumulation can be performed after the display returns to
near-zero.
When the display is a positive stable value, the scale accumulates
the data automatically. The next accumulation can be performed
after the display returns to near-zero or to a negative value.
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Function table
f8 4
Meaning & Purpose
When the display is a stable value, the scale accumulates the data
automatically. The next accumulation can be performed after the
display returns to near-zero.
Used for recording the number and mass of articles removed from the
pan. (Put the articles on the pan. Press the TARE switch at each
removal.)
f8 5
At each finish of the full/dribble batch function, the scale accumulates
the data automatically.
Used for packaging articles like a powder, it is used for recording the
bag number and total mass.
10.1 Preparation (Setting Parameters)
Step 1 Turn off the display.
Press the ON/OFF switch while the ZERO switch is
pressed and held. The function table is displayed.
Step 2 Press the ENTER switch to display an item of the
accumulation function ( f8 ).
Step 3 Select a parameter of the accumulation function ( f8 1
~ f8 4 ) with the ^ switch.
Step 4 Press the ENTER switch to store the new parameter.
Press the F switch and the ENTER switch to exit from
the function table. Then the scale displays the weighing
mode.
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10.2 Operation and Performance (Examples)
Example 1
Weighing each article, the scale makes the accumulation according to f8 3 .
Step 1 If accumulation has previously been used press the MODE switch to display
.
Step 2 Press the ZERO switch to reset the accumulation data.
Step 3 Return to the kg mode using the MODE switch.
Press the ZERO switch with nothing on the pan.
Step 4 Put an article on the pan. Wait for the stability mark to be displayed and the
value to be blinking. Remove the article and press the ZERO switch.
Step 5 Weigh additional articles using step 4.
Step 6
Press the MODE switch to display the number of articles and total mass with
displayed.
Example 2
This example accumulates the articles that were removed from the pan. The
function parameter is set to f8 4 .
Step 1 Enter into the kg mode using the MODE switch.
Put all articles on the pan and press the TARE switch.
Step 2 Press the MODE switch to display
.
Step 3 Press the ZERO switch to reset the accumulation data.
Retun to kg mode with the MODE switch.
Step 4 Remove an article from the pan. Wait for the stability mark to be displayed and
the value to blink. Press the TARE switch.
Step 5 Weigh additional articles using step 4.
Step 6
Press the MODE switch to display the number of articles and total mass with
displayed.
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11 Comparator Function
This function compares a display value with the upper limit (HI) and the lower limit (LO) and
displays these results.
It is necessary to set the “comparator function ( f6 0 ~ f6 7 )” parameters, upper limit
value (HI) and lower limit value (LO) in the function table, in advance to use this function.
It is necessary to install option OP-03 or OP-04, if you use the relay output of the
comparator.
Comparator Sign
Comparison results are displayed by indicators
Comparison Condition
weighing value < lower limit value
LO is displayed and output.
lower limit value < weighing value < upper limit value OK is displayed and output.
upper limit value < weighing value
HI is displayed and output.
Parameter List and Word Definition
The “ near-zero “ is within ±4 digits from the zero point in the unit of kg.
The “digit” is a unit of display, and is equivalent to the minimum graduation.
The “zero point” is the fundamental starting point to weighing.
Function table
f6 0
f6 1
f6 2
f6 3
f6 4
f6 5
f6 6
f6 7
Meaning and Purpose
The scale always compares the current display value. Pressing the
SET switch turns the comparator on and off
The scale always compares the display value.
The scale always compares the display value if not near-zero. Press
ing the SET switch turns the comparator on and off
The scale always compares the display value if not near-zero.
When the display value becomes stable the scale compares the
display value. Pressing the SET switch turns the comparator on and off.
When the display value is stable the scale compares the display
value. It does not compare on an unstable condition.
When the display value becomes stable, while not near-zero, the scale
compares the display value. It does not compare on an unstable
condition. Pressing the SET switch turns the comparator on and off.
When the display value becomes stable and not near-zero, the scale
compares the value.
Caution
The upper limit value (HI) must be greater than the lower limit value (LO).
The parameters of the upper limit value (HI) and the final value (HI) use the same memory.
The parameters of the lower limit value (LO) and the zero band (LO) use the same memory.
The upper/lower comparator function, the simple batch function and the full/dribble batch
function cannot be used at the same time because these parameters use common memory.
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11.1 Preparation (Setting Parameters)
Step 1 Turn off the display.
Press the ON/OFF switch while the ZERO switch is
pressed and held. The function table is displayed.
Step 2 Press the ENTER switch to display an item of the
accumulation function ( f6 ).
Step 3 Select a parameter of the comparator function
( f6 0 ~ f6 7 ) with the ^ switch.
Step 4 Press the ENTER switch to store the new parameter.
Step 5
Press the F switch and the ENTER switch to exit from
the function table. Then the scale displays the
weighing mode.
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Step 6 If one of f6 0 , f6 2 , f6 4 , f6 6 has
been selected, press the SET switch to
use the comparator.
Step 7 Press the MODE switch to display the
blinking HI.
Step 8 Set the upper limit value by using the
following switches.
^ switch
Selecting the value of a digit.
< switch Selecting a digit.
F switch
Selecting the polarity (+,-).
Step 9 Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter and display the blinking LO.
Step 10 Set the lower limit value by using the
following switches.
^ switch
Selecting the value of a digit.
< switch Selecting a digit.
F switch
Selecting the polarity (+,-).
Step 11
Press the ENTER switch to store the
new parameters and display the
weighing mode.
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11.2 Operation and Performance (Examples)
Example 1
This example is set as follows:
f6 3
(If the current display value is not near-zero,
Function table
the scale compares the display value with the
upper limit value and the lower limit value
immediately.)
Upper limit value (HI)
7.000kg
Lower limit value (LO)
6.500kg
Case
The comparison starts at turning the scale on.
When the current value is less than 6.500kg, LO is displayed.
When the current value is between 6.500kg and 7.000kg, OK is displayed.
When the current value is greater than 7.000kg, HI is displayed.
Example 2
This example is set as follows:
Function table
f6 4
(Pressing the SET switch, after the stability
mark is displayed, the scale compares the
current display value with the upper limit value
and the lower limit value immediately.)
Upper limit value (HI)
2.000kg
Lower limit value (LO)
-1.000kg
Case
Pressing the SET switch, the comparison is performed after displaying the
stability mark.
When the current value is less than -1.000kg, LO is displayed.
When the current value is between -1.000kg and 2.000kg, OK is displayed.
When the current value is greater than 2.000kg, HI is displayed.
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12
Full/Dribble Batch Function
This function changes the scale to a filling machine which sub-divides a bulk product,e.g.
grain, into loads of predetermined and virtually constant mass.
It is necessary to set the parameter of the “comparator function ( f6 9 )”, “ full/dribble
batch sub-function ( f10 0 ~ f10 3 )” in the function table, final value (HI), preliminary
value (OK) and zero band (LO) in advance to use this function.
It is necessary to install option OP-03 or OP-04, to use the relay output of the full/dribble batch
function.
In case of building up a filling machine with a scale and hopper, the performance and
processing product of the system are assumed to be as follows:
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Caution
The comparison of the full/dribble batch function is not reversible (One way sequence). If the display value becomes less than the final value after the value reached
a predetermined target value, neither HI or LO is on.
The parameters of the upper limit value (HI) and the final value (HI) use the same
memory. The parameters of the lower limit value (LO) and the zero band (LO) use
the same memory.
The upper/lower comparator function, the simple batch function and the full/dribble
batch function cannot be used at the same time because these parameters use
common memory.
Set the zero band greater than the tare value.
Operation
Pressing the SET switch, the scale starts the batch process.
Selecting a parameter from f10 0 or f10 2 of the full/dribble batch sub-function,
the F switch works as the finish switch.
Parameter List and Word Definition
The “gross” is a total weighing value, no tare value is subtracted.
The “net” is a measurement value with the tare value subtracted from the gross.
The “zero band” means the zero detection level.
The “zero point” is the fundamental starting point to weighing.
Comparator
Function table
Meaning and purpose
f6 9
Full/Dribble batch function
Full/Dribble batch sub-function
Function table
Meaning and purpose
f10 0
Reaching final value and pressing the F switch the current process is
finished.
f10 1
Reaching the final value and displaying the stability mark the current
process is finished automatically.
f10 2
Pressing the SET switch the scale automatically tares and starts the
full/dribble batch process. Reaching final value and pressing the F switch,
the current process is finished.
f10 3
Pressing the SET switch the scale automatically tares and starts the
full/dribble batch process. Reaching the final value and displaying the
stability mark the current process is finished.
Hold
Function table
Meaning and purpose
f12 0
The hold function is not used
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12.1 Preparation (Setting Parameters)
Step 1
Turn off the display.
Press the ON/OFF switch while the ZERO switch
is pressed and held. The function table is displayed.
Step 2
Press the ENTER switch to display an item of
the comparator function ( f6 ).
Step 3
Select a parameter of the full/dribble batch
function ( f6 9 ) with the ^ switch.
Step 4
Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter and display an item of the full/dribble
batch sub-function ( f10 ) .
Step 5
Select a parameter of the full/dribble batch subfunction ( f10 0 ~ f10 3 ) with the ^ switch.
Step 6
Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter
Step 7
Press the F switch and the ENTER switch to
exit from the function table. Then the scale displays the weighing mode.
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Step 8
Press the MODE switch to display the HI,
flashing, (of the final value).
Step 9
Set the final value using the following
switches:^ switch Selecting the value of a digit.
< switch Selecting a digit.
Step 10
Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter and display the blinking OK
(of preliminary value).
Step 11 Set the preliminary value using the following
switches.
^ switch
Selecting the value of a digit.
< switch
Selecting a digit.
Step 12 Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter and display the blinking LO
(of zero band).
Step 13 Set a zero band which is greater than the
tare value, using the following switches.
^ switch
Selecting the value of a digit.
< switch
Selecting a digit.
Step 14 Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter and display the weighing mode.
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13
Simple Batch Function
This function compares a display value with the final value, preliminary value and zero
band for the full/dribble batch function. The result is indicated to zero band (LO indicator),
full flow (HI indicator) and dribble flow (OK indicator). Even if a weighing value increases
and decreases this function continues to compare.
It is necessary to set the parameters of the “simple batch function ( f6 8 )” in the
function table, final value (HI), preliminary value (OK) and zero band (LO) in advance to
use this function.
It is necessary to install option OP-03 or OP-04, to use the relay output of the comparator.
It is necessary to install option OP-03, to use the buzzer output of the comparator.
Comparison Condition
Gross
Final - Preliminary
Final
<
<
<
Zero band LO is displayed and output.
Net OK is displayed and output.
Net OK, HI is displayed and output.
Parameter List and Word Definition
The “gross” is a total measurement value, no tare value is subtracted.
The “net” is a measurement value with a tare value subtracted from the gross.
The “tare” is an item put on the pan and its mass is subtracted from the gross.
The “zero band” means the zero detection level.
The “zero point” is the fundamental starting point to weighing.
Function Table
f6 8
Meaning and purpose
Simple batch function
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Caution
The parameters of the upper limit value (HI) and a final value (HI) use the same
memory. The parameters of the lower limit value (LO) and the zero band (LO) use
the same memory.
The upper/lower comparator function, the simple batch function and the full/dribble
batch function cannot be used at the same time because these parameters use
common memory.
13.1 Preparation (Setting Parameters)
Step 1 Turn off the display.
Press the ON/OFF switch while the ZERO switch
is pressed and held. The function table is displayed.
Step 2 Press the ENTER switch to display an item of the
comparator function ( f6 ).
Step 3 Select a parameter of the simple batch function
( f6 8 ) with the ^ switch.
Step 4 Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter.
Step 5
Press the F switch and the ENTER switch to exit
from the function table. Then the scale displays the
weighing mode.
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Step 6
Press the MODE switch to display the blinking
HI (of the final value).
Step 7 Set the final value using the following switches.
^ switch
Selecting the value of a digit.
< switch Selecting a digit.
Step 8 Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter and display the blinking OK
(of preliminary value).
Step 9 Set the preliminary value using the following
switches.
^
<
switch
switch
Selecting the value of a digit.
Selecting a digit.
Step 10 Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter and display the blinking LO (of zero
band).
Step 11 Set the zero band using the following switches.
^ switch
Selecting the value of a digit
< switch Selecting a digit.
Step 12
Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameter and display the weighing mode.
13.2 Operation and Performance (Examples)
Step 1 Select the parameter f6 8 of the function table.
Step 2 Set the parameters of the final value, preliminary value and zero band.
Step 3 The comparison result is always displayed.
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14
Calibration (Adjusting the Scale)
The scale is an instrument which weighs the “weight” and displays its “mass”.
Calibration is the adjustment function so that the scale can weigh correctly.
There are three steps to calibration.
Gravity Acceleration Correction ....When a calibrated scale is moved to a
distant place, the scale can correctly weigh
by adjusting to a new local gravity
acceleration.
Refer to the “gravity acceleration table” on
the next page.
Calibration of the Zero Point ........ When there is nothing on the pan, it is the
function that performs adjustment so as to
display the zero point mark .
Comment The zero point, is the fundamental starting
point to weighing, and influences the
performance of scale.
Span Calibration .......................... The function that adjusts the span with a
calibrated mass so that the scale can
accurately weigh anything within the
weighing capacity.
Comment Span means the range of weighing
capacity. Use a calibration mass at least two
thirds of the weighing capacity.
Caution
It is necessary to calibrate the HV-G series using a mass of the OIML class M1 or
equivalent.
Periodically check the accuracy of weighing. Calibrate the scale, if it is moved to
another location or the environment has changed.
It is not necessary to correct for the gravity acceleration, when calibrating your
scale with the calibration mass at the place where your scale is used.
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14.1 The Gravity Acceleration Table
Amsterdam
Athens
Auckland NZ
Bangkok
Birmingham
Brussels
Buenos Aires
Calcutta
Chicago
Copenhagen
Cyprus
Djakarta
Frankfurt
Glasgow
Havana
Helsinki
Kuwait
Lisbon
London (Greenwich)
Los Angeles
Madrid
9.813
9.800
9.799
9.783
9.813
9.811
9.797
9.788
9.803
9.815
9.797
9.781
9.810
9.816
9.788
9.819
9.793
9.801
9.812
9.796
9.800
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
Manila
Melbourne
Mexico
Milan
New York
Oslo
Ottawa
Paris
Rio de Janeiro
Rome
San Francisco
Singapore
Stockholm
Sydney
Taiwan
Taipei
Tokyo
Vancouver, BC
Washington DC
Wellington NZ
Zurich
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9.784m/s2
9.800m/s2
9.779m/s2
9.806m/s2
9.802m/s2
9.819m/s2
9.806m/s2
9.809m/s2
9.788m/s2
9.803m/s2
9.800m/s2
9.781m/s2
9.818m/s2
9.797m/s2
9.788m/s2
9.790m/s2
9.798m/s2
9.809m/s2
9.801m/s2
9.803m/s2
9.807m/s2
14.2 The Complete Calibration Procedure
14.2.1 Gravity Acceleration Correction
Step1
Step2
Turn on the display.
Open the rear cover of the display unit.
Inside the display unit, press and hold the
CAL switch to enter the calibration mode.
Then Cal 0 is displayed.
Press the ZERO switch to enter the gravity
acceleration correction mode.
Step3
Set your local gravity acceleration using
the following switches.
^ switch Selecting the value of a digit.
< switch Selecting a digit.
Step4
Press the ENTER switch to store the new
value.
Step5
Press the CAL switch again. Then the
scale returns to the normal weighing
mode.
14.2.2 Preparation
Step 6 Confirm the environmental conditions as follows:
Maintain a constant temperature and a stable power supply.
Install the scale on a solid floor or bench where there is no draft,
vibration, strong magnetic fields or direct sunlight.
Consider section “4. Caution”.
Step 7 Display normal weighing for at least 30 minutes to warm up the scale.
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14.2.3 Calibration of the Zero Point
Step 8 Press and hold the CAL switch
to enter the calibration mode
after displaying normal
weighing for 30 minutes.
Then the Cal 0 is displayed.
Step 9 With nothing on the pan, press
the ENTER switch while the stable mark is displayed. The scale
stores the current condition as
the zero point. .
Step 10
The scale displays 5pn1 for
several seconds. If finishing
the calibration mode at this
stage (Zero calibration only),
proceed to step 14.
14.2.4 Span Calibration
Step 11 Set the value of the calibration
mass using the following switches.
(This initial value is according to
each product.)
^ switch
Selecting the value of
a digit.
< switch Selecting a digit.
Step 12 Place the mass’ selected at
step 11’ onto the pan and press
the ENTER switch while the
stable mark is displayed. The
scale then calculates the span
and stores it.
Step 13 The scale displays end at the
finish.
Remove the mass from the pan.
Step 14
Press the CAL switch to return
to the normal weighing mode.
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15
The Function Table
The function table is provided to store and reference items that determine the
performance of the scale. Each item has a parameter.
The parameters are maintained even without power applied.
15.1 The Procedure for Setting Parameters
Step 1
Turn off the display.
Press the ON/OFF switch while the ZERO switch is
pressed and held. The function table is displayed.
Step 2 Set parameters for each item using the following
switches.
^ switch
Selecting the parameter of an item.
Selecting the value of a digit at f16.
< switch
Selecting a digit at f16..
F switch
Proceeding to the end of the table
without storing the parameter.
ENTER switch Storing a parameter for the current
item and proceeding to the next item.
Returning to normal mode from the
end of the table.
Step 3 Press the ENTER switch to return to the normal mode,
when end is displayed.
Note Pressing the ENTER switch on step 2, the parameter is
stored in the scale.
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15.2 Parameter List
Item
Display
Meaning and purpose
?
The type L scale is turned off after 5 minutes of no operation,
when displaying zero.
Automatic
f1 0 #
Not used ?
turning off
f1 1
Used?
Selects the method of changing the weighing range
Range
f2 0 #
Automatic range change. ?
f2 1
Manual range change using the RANGE switch.
?
Transmission rate of the serial interface (RS-232C/ 422/485).
f4 0 #
2400bps ?
Baud rate f4 1
4800bps ?
f4 2
9600bps ?
Mode selection for the serial interface (RS-232C/ 422/485).
f5 0 #
Stream mode. (Refer to “16.2 Stream Mode”) ?
f5 1
Command mode. (Refer to “16.3 Command Mode”) ?
f5 2
A data is output, when the PRINT switch is pressed. ?
f5 3
Auto-print +
When the display becomes a positive stable value above
near-zero, the scale outputs the data automatically. Next
Output mode
output can be performed after the display becomes nearzero or a negative value. ?
?
f5 4`
Auto-print +/When the display becomes a stable value outside near-zero,
the scale outputs the data automatically. Next output can be
performed after the display becomes near-zero. ?
?
f5 5
At each finish of full/dribble batch function, the data is output. ?
f6 0 #
A
Comparator
f6 1
f6 2
f6 3
The scale always compares the current display value. Pressing
the SET switch turns the comparator on and off
A
The scale always compares the display value.
A
The scale always compares the display value if not near-zero.
Pressing the SET switch turns the comparator on and off
A
The scale always compares the display value when not
near-zero. A
Notes
The “#” indicates factory settings.
The “near-zero” is within ±4 digits from zero point in the unit of kg.
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Item
Display
Comparator f6 4
f6 5
f6 6
f6 7
f6 8
f6 9
Buzzer
f7
f7
f7
f7
f7
f7
f7
f7
f7
0 #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Accumulator
f8 0 #
f8 1
f8 2
f8 3
Meaning and purpose ?
When the display value becomes stable the scale compares
the display value. Pressing the SET switch turns the
comparator on and off.
When the display value becomes stable, the scale compares
the display value. It does not compare on an unstable
condition.
When the display value becomes stable, while not near-zero,
the scale compares the display value. It does not compare on
an unstable condition. Pressing the SET switch turns the
comparator on and off.
When the display value becomes stable when not near-zero,
the scale compares the value.
Simple batch function. (Refer to section 13.)
Full/dribble batch function. (Refer to section 12.)
The condition of the buzzer on option OP-03 by comparator
function or full/dribble batch function.
No buzzer.
The buzzer sounds at LO.
The buzzer sounds at OK.
The buzzer sounds at LO and OK.
The buzzer sounds at HI.
The buzzer sounds at LO and HI.
The buzzer sounds at OK and HI.
The buzzer sounds at LO, OK and HI.
The buzzer sounds at finishing the full/dribble batch process.
The condition of the accumulator
Accumulator is not used.
The scale accumulates the data, if the F switch is pressed,
when the display becomes a positive stable value above
near-zero. Next accumulation can be performed after the
display becomes near-zero or a negative value.
The scale accumulates the data, if the F switch is pressed,
when the display becomes a stable value outside near-zero.
Next accumulation can be performed after the display be
comes near-zero.
When the display becomes a positive stable value, the scale
accumulates the data automatically. Next accumulation can
be performed after the display becomes near-zero or a
nega tive value.
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Item
Display
Accumulation
f8 4
f8 5
f9 0 #
f9 1
f9 2
Print Mode
Meaning and purpose
When the display becomes a stable value, the scale
accumulates the data automatically. Next accumulation can
perform after the display becomes near-zero.
Use: Recording number and mass of articles removed from
the pan. (Put articles on the pan. Press TARE switch at each
removal.)
At each finish of full/dribble batch function, the scale
accumulates the data automatically.
Use: Packing articles like a powder, it is used for recording
the bag number and total mass.
The printing condition when using option OP-06 for type V.
No print.
Pressing the PRINT switch, the data is output.
Auto-print +
When the display becomes a positive stable value above
near-zero, the scale outputs the data automatically. Next
output can be performed after the display becomes nearzero or negative value.
Auto-print +/-
When the display becomes a stable value outside near-zero,
f9 3
the scale outputs the data automatically. Next output can be
performed after the display becomes near-zero.
f9 4
At each finish of full/dribble batch function, the data is output.
f9 5
When the accumulation function is used, the data is output.
The details of the full/dribble batch function (B$')
f10 0 # Reaching final value and pressing the F switch, the current
process is finished.
f10 1
Reaching final value and displaying the stability mark, the
current process is finished automatically.
f10 2
Pressing the SET switch, the scale automatically tares and
starts the full/dribble batch process. Reaching final value and
pressing the F switch, the current process is finished.
Full/Dribble f10 3Pressing the SET switch, the scale automatically tares and
Batch
starts the full/dribble batch process. Reaching final value and
sub-function
displaying the stability mark, the current process is finished.
Address for RS-422 / RS-485 for option OP-04
f11 00 # Use This address can be set from 01 to 99. Allows a
Address
to
computer to control a scale with the assigned address.
f11 99 (RS-232C should be set to “00”.)
?
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Item
Display
Hold
f12 0 #
f12 1
f12 2
Averaging
f13 0 #
f13 1
f13 2
Precision
of
unit mass
f14 0 #
f14 1
f14 2
Data
Format
f15 0 #
f15 1
Date
f16
000000
other
Meaning and purpose
The function to hold the current display value. When the
value becomes near-zero and the weighing value changes
more than 25% +30 digits, hold display is cancelled.
Not used
The hold function is ON or OFF alternately by the F switch.
Displaying the stability mark, the display is held.
Selection of readability and response by averaging the weighing
value.
Normal weighing.
Scale for a person’s weight.
Animal weighing.
Selects a storable minimum unit mass in the counting mode.
Stores a unit mass using the unit of a digit.
Stores a unit mass in the unit of one eighth digit.
Stores a unit mass, if the total of sample mass is heavier
than 5 digits.
Refer to “16.1. Data Format”.
Format 1. (A&D general format for scales, balances)
Format 2. (Older HV-A/ HW-A format)
It is necessary to use option OP-06 for type V.
Use Print out of date. Caution Date is not updated.
Print out of the management number for the scale.
No print out.
The relation between printout and display is as follows:
Display 990721
Printout 99/07/21
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16
RS-232C Serial Data Interface
RS-232C interface has the following two modes.
Stream mode
Outputs data countinuously and can be used for printing data.
Command mode Controls the scale using commands from a computer.
It is necessary to set the parameters of the “Baud rate ( f4 )”,
”Output mode ( f5 )”, “ Format ( f15 )” in the function table in advance.
There are option cables as follows:
AX-KO557A RS-232C cable, D-sub 25 pin, 2m
AX-KO1786-200 RS-232C cable, D-sub 9 pin, 2m
Transmission system EIA RS-232C
Transmission
Asynchronous, bi-directional, half-duplex
Data format
Baud rate:2400, 4800, 9600 bps
Data:
7 bits
Parity:
1 bit, Even
Start bit 1 bit
Stop bit 1 bit
Code
ASCII
Terminator
CR LF (CR: 0D[H], LF: 0A[H])
Pin Connections
Pin No. Signal name
Direction Description
1
2
RXD
Input
Receive data
3
TXD
Output
Transmit data
4
5
SG Signal ground
6
7
DSR
Output
Data set ready
Circuit
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16.1 Data Format
Bit Format
Format 1
There are four headers for the type of data and weighing condition.
Stable weighing data
ST
Unstable weighing data
Stable counting data
QT
Out of range (over)
US
OL
The weighing data consists of 9 characters including decimal point and polarity.
The polarity is always output.
There are three units. The unit is 3 characters.
In case of “out of range”, numbers become all 9’s.
The terminator is always output as CR LF.
Data in the unit of kg
Counting mode
Percentage mode
Out of range
Definition of symbols
CR (carriage return)
0D[H]
C
R
LF (line feed)
0A[H]
L
F
Space
20[H]
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Format 2
There are four headers for the type of data and weighing condition.
Stable weighing data
ST
Unstable weighing data
Stable counting data
QT
Out of range (over)
US
OL
The weighing data consists of 7 characters including decimal point and polarity.
The data consists of 7 characters in the counting mode.
The polarity is always output.
There are three units. The unit is 2 characters.
In case of “out of range”, numbers become all 9’s.
The terminator is always output as CR LF.
Caution
When the data is longer than 7 characters in the counting or percentage mode, the
overflow is ignored.
Data in the unit of kg
Counting mode
Percentage mode
Out of range
Definition of symbols
CR (carriage return) CR
0D[H]
LF (line feed)
0A[H]
L
F
Space
20[H]
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16.2 Stream Mode
The scale outputs the current display data at the same time as refreshing the display.
The scale does not output data while in the setting mode.
Averaging function table
f13 0 Normal weighing
Refresh rate
Approximately 7 times/s while the display is
unstable.
Approximately 4 times/s when the display is stable
f13 1
A person’s weight
Approximately 4 times/s
f13 1
Animal weighing
Approximately 4 times/s
16.2.1 Preparation and Performance (Examples)
Step 1
Turn off the display.
Press the ON/OFF switch while the ZERO switch is
pressed and held. The function table is displayed.
Step 2
Select a parameter for the “baud rate ( f4 )”
using the ENTER and ^ switches.
Step 3
Select “stream mode ( f5 0 )” of “output” using
the ENTER and ^ switches.
Step 4
Select “format 1 ( f15 0 )” of “format” using the
ENTER and ^ switches.
Step 5
Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameters. The scale returns to normal weighing
and outputs the data countinuously.
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16.3 Command Mode
The command mode is the function which can perform “output data”, “controlling the scale”
and “setting parameters” by a command transmitted from a computer.
Caution
Allow at least 500 milliseconds between commands.
16.3.1 Command List
The following explanation uses “format 1 ( f15 0 )”
Data output
The current weighing data is output.
Template
Q
Command
Reply
Selection of mode and unit
Selects the mode and unit. This is the same as the
Template
U
Command
Response
The scale changes mode and unit.
MODE
switch.
Zero
The current mass value is set to the zero point.
This is same as the ZERO switch.
Template
Z
Command
Response
The mass value becomes zero and zero point mark is displayed.
Tare
The current mass value is set to zero after placing a tare (container, receptacle,
case, etc) and the net is displayed. This is same as the TARE switch.
Template
T
Command
Response
The current mass value becomes zero and net mark is displayed.
Cancel of tare
The display value becomes the gross and the net mark is turned off. (The tare
value becomes zero.)
Template
Command
Response
CT
Gross is displayed and the net mark is turned off.
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Preset tare
Tare value is set and the net is displayed. The net mark is displayed.
Template
Command
Response
PT, [parameter]
Net is displayed.
Upper limit value
An upper limit value is stored.
Template
HI, [parameter]
Command
Response
The upper limit value is stored.
Lower limit value
A lower limit value is stored.
Template
LO, [parameter]
Command
Response
The lower limit value is stored.
Caution
The lower limit value must be less than the upper limit value.
Accumulation data output
Accumulated data is output.
Template
A
Command
Reply
Accumulation count output
Number of accumulations is output.
Template
N
Command
Reply
Reset of Accumulation data and number
Data and number of accumulations become zero
Template
CA
Command
Response
Data and number of accumulations become zero.
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Final value
The final value is stored.
Template
S0, [parameter]
Command
Response
The value is stored.
Preliminary value
The preliminary value is stored.
Template
S1, [parameter]
Command
Response
The value is stored.
Zero band
The zero band is stored.
Template
S2, [parameter]
Command
Response
The value is stored.
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16.4 Preparation (Setting Parameters)
Step 1
Turn off the display.
Press the ON/OFF switch while the ZERO switch is
pressed and held. The function table is displayed.
Step 2
Select a parameter of the “baud rate ( f4 )” using
the ENTER and ^ switches.
Step 3
Select “command mode ( f5 1 )” of the “output”
using the ENTER and ^ switches.
Step 4
Select “format 1 ( f15 0 )” of the “format” using
the ENTER and ^ switches.
Step 5
Press the ENTER switch to store the new
parameters.
Return to the normal weighing mode using the
ENTER switch.
Step 6
Receiving a command, the scale replies.
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Options
17.1 RS-232C / Relay output / Buzzer (OP-03)
Replacing RS-232C interface with this option, refer to “ RS-232C Serial Interface” for its
specification.
The following option cables can be used, when you do not use the relay output.
AX-KO557A, AX-KO1786-200
Pin connections
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal name
HI
RXD
TXD
LO
SG
OK
DSR
COM
Mating connector
Direction
Output
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
-
Description
Relay output of HI
Receive data
Transmit data
Relay output of LO
Signal ground (RS-232C)
Relay output of OK
Data set ready
Relay common terminal
DIN 8pin, JA:TCS0586 (of accessory pack)
Circuit
Relay
Solid-state-relay
Maximum voltage
DC50V
Maximum current
DC100mA
Maximum ON resistance 8 Ω
Installing OP-03
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Remove two screws that
attach the RS232C board on
the rear of the display unit.
Remove the RS232C board.
Switch the connections.
Insert the option board into the
display unit and afix with
screws
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17.2 RS-422 / RS-485 / Relay output (OP-04)
Replacing RS-232C interface with this option, the RS-422/ RS-485 interface can connect
up to 16 scales and control them from a computer.
The RS-422/ RS-485 interface has the following two modes.
Stream mode
Outputs data countinuouslly.
Command mode
Controls the scale using commands from a computer.
It is necessary to set the parameters of the “Baud rate ( f4 )”, “
Output mode ( f5 )”, “ Format ( f15 )” in the function table in advance.
Transmission systemEIA RS-422/ RS-485
Transmission Asynchronous, bi-directional, half-duplex
Data format
Baud rate:2400, 4800, 9600 bps
Data:
7 bits
Parity:
1 bit, Even
Start bit 1 bit
Stop bit 1 bit
Code
ASCII
Terminator
CR LF (CR: 0D[H], LF: 0A[H])
Address parameter ( f10 ) of function table.
Address
01 ~ 99
Relay
Solid-state-relay
Maximum voltage
DC50V
Maximum current
DC100mA
Maximum resistance 8 Ω
Mating connector
Pin connections
Pin No.
1
2
3
TM:BLA9 (of accessory pack)
Signal name
SDA
SDB
RDA
Direction
Output
Output
Input
Input / Output
4
RDB
Input
Input / Output
5
6
7
8
9
TRM HI
OK
LO
COM -
Output
Output
Output
Description
RS-422 transmission A terminal
RS-422 transmission B terminal
RS-422 receive A terminal
RS-485 transmission/ receive A
terminal
RS-422 receive B terminal
RS-485 transmission/ receive B
terminal
120Ω terminator
Relay output of HI
Relay output of OK
Relay output of LO
Relay common terminal
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Circuit
Caution
Please confirm that the AC adaptor type is correct for your local voltage
and receptacle type.
Selection switch for the RS-422/ RS-485 interface
Selects either of RS-422 or RS-485 interface using a switch on the board.
Installing OP-04
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Remove two screws that
attach the RS232C board on
the rear of the display unit.
Remove the RS232C board.
Switch the connections.
Insert the option board into the
display unit and afix with the
screws
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17.2.1 Communication Format
Commands consist of an address and the same command as for the RS-232C.
Commands return the same command when there is no transmitting data.
If address is 23, the repl y is as follows:
Normal response
Response of impossible command
Undefined command response
Bit format
17.2.2 Command List
The following explanation uses “format 1 ( f15 0 )” and assumes address is 23
Data output
The current weighing data is output.
Template
Q
Command
Reply
Selection of mode and unit
Selects the mode and unit. This is same as the
Template
U
Command
Reply
The scale changes mode and unit
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MODE
switch.
Zero
The current mass value is set to the zero point, this is same as the ZERO switch.
Template
Z
Command
Reply
The mass value becomes zero and zero point mark is displayed.
Tare
The current mass value becomes zero after placing a tare (receptacle, case, etc)
and the net is displayed. This is same as the TARE switch.
Template
T
Command
Reply
The current mass value becomes zero and net mark is displayed.
Cancel of tare
The display value becomes the gross and the net mark is turned off. (The tare value
becomes zero.)
Template
CT
Command
Reply
Gross is displayed and the net mark is turned off.
Preset tare
The tare value is set and the net is displayed. The net mark is displayed.
Template
PT,[parameter]
Command
Reply
Net is displayed.
Upper limit value
An upper limit value is stored.
Template
HI,[parameter]
Command
Reply
The upper limit value is stored.
Lower limit value
A lower limit value is stored.
Template
LO, [parameter]
Command
Reply
The lower limit value is stored.
Caution The lower limit value must be less than the upper limit value.
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Accumulation data output
Accumulated data is output.
Template
A
Command
Reply
Accumulation count output
Number of accumulations is output.
Template
N
Command
Reply
Reset of Accumulation data and number
Data and number of accumulations become zero.
Template
CA
Command
Reply
Data and number of accumulations become zero.
Final value
The final value is stored.
Template
S0, [parameter]
Command
Reply
The value is stored.
Preliminary value
The preliminary value is stored.
Template
S1, [parameter]
Command
Reply
The value is stored.
Zero band
The zero band is stored.
Template
S2, [parameter]
Command
Reply
The value is stored
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17.3 Internal Printer for Type V (OP-06)
It is necessary to set the parameter of the “Print mode ( f9 )” in the function table in
advance.
It is necessary to set the parameter of the “Date ( f16 )” on the function table in advance.
Caution
The date Parameter is not updated automatically.
Specification
Kind
5x7 dot matrix impact type
Characters
16 characters in a line
Width of roll paper 44.5mm
Accessories a special roll paper, an ink ribbon
Consumables
Special roll paper AX-PP156
Ink ribbon
AX-ERC-05
Operation and Print Samples
Pressing the F switch while pressing and holding the PRINT switch, paper feed is
performed.
Print sample of selecting print mode f9 1
~ f9 4
Print sample of selecting print mode f9 5
Print sample of displaying accumulation
data
2.345 kg
2345pc
76.98%
99/12/31
001
1.345 kg
002
1.325 kg
1.330 kg
99/12/31
N
3
Total
7.810 kg
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Installation of OP-06
Caution
This option cannot be used with type L (Liquid Crystal Display) scales.
Packed with the option OP-06 are the following items which are used to install the
printer into your scale.
Reference No.
6
7
8
a
b
Description
Printer cover
Printer unit
Printer control board
Self tapping screw
Screw with washer
Paper roll (PP-156)
Spare ink ribbon (ERC-05)
Installation Method
1. Disassembly
a) Disconnect the scale power plug from the
AC mains supply socket.
b) Loosen the lock screws and remove the
rear cover unit (Item 3)
c) Loosen 4 x screws (Item c) and remove
the upper case unit.
d) Remove 2 screws (Item a) and remove
the Battery Cover.
2. Installation
(a) Connect CN2, of the printer board (Item 8),
to J5 on the main board (Item 1)
(b) Install the printer board (Item 8) to the
4 stand-offs on the board on the upper
case (Item 1).
(c) Secure the printer unit (Item 7) to the
upper case (Item 1).
(d) Connect the printer unit cable to CN4
on the printer board (Item 8).
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Quantity
1
1
1
3
4
1
1
(a) Connect the cable between J2 and
J3 on the upper case (Item 1).
(b) Free the 2 pin cable on the lower
case (Item 2) and connect it to
CN1.
(c) Screw the upper case (Item 1) to
the lower case (Item 2) using the 4
screws (Items c).
(d) Secure the rear cover (Item 3) to
the lower case (Item 2) with the 2
lock screws.
(e)Secure the printer cover (Item 6 to
the upper case (Item 1).
3. Performance Check
a) Press ON/OFF key while holding the ZERO key pressed.
b) F1 will be displayed - press the MODE key.
c) F 9 0 will be displayed - press the RANGE key.
d) F 9 1 will be displayed - press the MODE key.
e) F10 will be displayed - press the F key
f) End will be displayed - press the MODE key.
g) Prepare the paper roll and open the printer cover.
h) While holding the F key, press the PRINT key and feed in the paper.
i) Place a weight onto the scale and when the stable mark flashes press the
PRINT key.
If the printed weight is correct then the installation has been successful.
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Specifications
HV-G series
Product
Weighing Capacity
[kg]
Min. weighing (1 digit) [g]
Number of samples in
counting mode [units]
Max. count number [units]
Display
HV-GL
HV-GV
Repeatability [g]
Linearity [g]
Span drift
Power source
HV-GL
HV-GV
Battery life (HV-GL)
Ambient temperature
and humidity
Weighing pan size [mm]
Dimension [mm]
Width x Depth x Height
Mass of scale [kg]
HV-GL
HV-GV
HV-15KGL
HV-60KGL
HV-200KGL
HV-15KGV
HV-60KGV
HV-200KGV
3
6
15
15
30
60
60 150 220
1
2
5
5
10
20
20
50
100
5*can be changed to 10*20*50*100*
15,000
12,000
11,000
7 segment liquid crystal display, Character height 25mm
7 segment fluorescent display, Character height 20mm
±1
±2
±5
±5
±10 ±20 ±20 ±50 ±100
±1
±2
±5
±5
±10 ±20 ±20 ±50 ±100
20ppm/°C typ. (5°C ~ 35°C)
AC adaptor
Please confirm that the AC adaptor type is
correct for your local voltage and receptacle.
Battery x 6 pieces
type D
Please confirm that the mains power type is correct for your
local voltage and receptacle type.
Approximately 600 hours with alkaline dry cell battery
-10°C ~ 40°C, Less than 85%R.H. (Non-condensing)
250 x 250
275 x 474 x 368
6
7
330 x 424
390 x 530
330 x 621 x 771
11
12
390 x 712 x 771
17
18
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Dimensions
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Maintenance
Refer to “4. Caution” for use.
Refer to “6.1. Display and Symbols “ and corresponding mode for displayed error
code.
Refer to “14. Calibration (Adjusting Scale)” for precision weighing.
Periodically check the accuracy of weighing. Calibrate the scale, if it is moved to
another location or the environment has changed.
19.1 Repair
Do not disassemble/ assemble the scale without an authorised service engineer.
It may cause an electric shock or damage to the scale, etc. In this case, repair is
not covered under warranty. Contact your local A&D dealer if your scale needs
service or repair.
19.2 Check Points Before Calling Maintenance
In this situation
Nothing displayed.
Scale does not turn on.
The scale does not display
zero at first.
888888 is displayed and does
not proceed
------ is displayed and does
not proceed.
Cal e is displayed
Confirm these items
Is the AC adaptor properly connected?
Is the AC adaptor the correct voltage ?
Are the batteries dead ?
Is the battery polarity correct ?
Check around weighing pan.
Is there anything on the pan?
The weighing value is unstable due to drift,
vibration or other
Check around weighing pan.
Check the connection of load cell cable.
Check around weighing pan. Remove
anything on the pan.
Make zero point calibration of the scale.
Calibration error that means “Too heavy”.
-Cal e is displayed
Calibration error that means “Too light”.
e
Weighing error that means “Over load”.
-e
is displayed
is displayed
Fixed display
Weighing error that means “Under load”.
Do you use the “hold function”.
Turn the scale off then on.
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