GSE 675 Counting Scale User Manual - Avery Weigh

GSE 675 Counting Scale User Manual - Avery Weigh
Model 675
Precision Parts Counter
User Instructions
39-10-40879
Issue AI
September 2010
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 General Information and Warnings ........................................................................................ 3
About this Manual .............................................................................................................. 3
Text Conventions ........................................................................................................ 3
Special Messages ....................................................................................................... 3
Installation .......................................................................................................................... 4
Enclosure ........................................................................................................................... 4
Electrical Installation .......................................................................................................... 5
Pluggable Equipment .................................................................................................. 5
Permanently Wired Equipment - Isolator Requirements ............................................. 5
Safe Handling of Equipment with Batteries ................................................................. 5
Wet Conditions ............................................................................................................ 5
Routine Maintenance ......................................................................................................... 6
Cleaning the Model 675 ..................................................................................................... 6
Training .............................................................................................................................. 6
Sharp Objects .................................................................................................................... 6
Display ............................................................................................................................... 7
Keypad ............................................................................................................................... 7
Keypad Functions ........................................................................................................ 8
Alpha Entry .................................................................................................................. 9
Rear Panel ....................................................................................................................... 10
Scale 2 Connections (Remote Scale) ....................................................................... 10
Communication Port Connections ............................................................................. 11
Remote Key Connections ................................................................................................ 11
FCC and EMC Declarations of Compliance ..................................................................... 12
Chapter 2 Configuration .......................................................................................................................... 13
F1 - Quick Count .............................................................................................................. 13
Quick Count Setup Menu .......................................................................................... 14
Setup ......................................................................................................................... 15
Setup Menus ............................................................................................................. 15
Advanced Setup Menu .............................................................................................. 17
F2 - GSE Custom ............................................................................................................. 18
APW Lookup ............................................................................................................. 18
APW Lookup Setup Menu ......................................................................................... 18
Setup ......................................................................................................................... 20
Setup Menus ............................................................................................................. 20
Cal ............................................................................................................................. 20
Display Style .............................................................................................................. 20
Set Modes ................................................................................................................. 22
Advanced Setup Menu .............................................................................................. 24
F3 - GSE Default .............................................................................................................. 25
Chapter 3 Operation ................................................................................................................................ 27
Quick Count ..................................................................................................................... 27
Sample and Count ..................................................................................................... 27
Accumulate ................................................................................................................ 29
APW Lookup .................................................................................................................... 29
Sample and Count ..................................................................................................... 29
Accumulate ................................................................................................................ 31
GSE Default ..................................................................................................................... 31
Simple Keypad Sample ............................................................................................. 31
Chapter 4 Calibration .............................................................................................................................. 33
General Notes on Calibration ........................................................................................... 33
Access Calibration ........................................................................................................... 33
From APW Lookup or Quick Count Mode ................................................................. 33
Calibration Methods ......................................................................................................... 33
New Zero ................................................................................................................... 34
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Last Zero ................................................................................................................... 35
Temporary Zero ......................................................................................................... 35
Only Zero ................................................................................................................... 36
Calibration Reset ....................................................................................................... 37
Known Loadcell Output ............................................................................................. 37
Multi - Scale Calibration ............................................................................................ 38
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................... 39
Operational Errors ............................................................................................................ 39
Hardware Errors ............................................................................................................... 40
ICalibration Errors ............................................................................................................ 41
General Errors ................................................................................................................. 41
Miscellaneous Errors ....................................................................................................... 42
Communication Errors ..................................................................................................... 43
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General Information and Warnings
1.1
About this Manual
This manual is divided into chapters by the chapter number and the large text at the top
of a page. Subsections are labeled as shown by the 1 and 1.1 headings shown above.
The names of the chapter and the next subsection level appear at the top of alternating
pages of the manual to remind you of where you are in the manual. The manual name
and page numbers appear at the bottom of the pages.
1.1.1 Text Conventions
Keystrokes are shown in brackets e.g. [PRINT] and reflect the case of the key being
described. This applies to the keys on the front keypad.
Displayed messages appear in italic type and reflect the case of the displayed
message.
1.1.2 Special Messages
Examples of special messages you will see in this manual are defined below. The
signal words have specific meanings to alert you to additional information or the relative
level of hazard.
DANGER!
THIS IS A DANGER SYMBOL.
DANGER MEANS THAT FAILURE TO FOLLOW SPECIFIC PRACTICES
OR PROCEDURES WILL CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
ELECTRICAL WARNING!
THIS IS AN ELECTRICAL WARNING SYMBOL.
ELECTRICAL WARNINGS MEAN THAT FAILURE TO FOLLOW
SPECIFIC PRACTICES OR PROCEDURES MAY RESULT IN
ELECTROCUTION, ARC BURNS, EXPLOSIONS OR OTHER HAZARDS
THAT MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
CAUTION!
This is a Caution symbol.
Cautions give information about procedures that, if not observed, could result
in damage to equipment or corruption to and loss of data.
NOTE: This is a Note symbol. Notes give additional and important information, hints
and tips that help you to use your product.
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1.2
Installation
THE MODEL 675 DOES NOT INCLUDE AN ON/OFF SWITCH AND,
THEREFORE, MUST BE INSTALLED NEAR A POWER OUTLET SOCKET
THAT IS EASILY ACCESSIBLE AND IN KEEPING WITH UL/CSA
SAFETY STANDARDS.
INFORMATION IMPORTANT!
PRENDRE NOTE QUE LES MODEL 675 NE SONT PAS MUNIS
D'INTERRUPTEURS "MARCHE / ARRÊT". PAR CONSÉQUENT, IL
DEVRONT ÊTRE INSTALLÉS PRÈS D'UNE SOURCE D'ALIMENTATION
SECTEUR ACCESSIBLE POUR DEMEURER SOUS LES EXIGENCES
DES NORMES DE SÉCURITÉ UL/CSA.
1.3
Enclosure
The enclosure is made of die cast aluminum with rib enforcement. This design provides
extra strength and durability. The enclosure is painted with powder coat finish and the
counting surface is stainless steel. The enclosure also includes built in carrying handles
and a line cord wrap for ease of portability.
Figure 1.1 Model 675 Dimensions
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1.4
Electrical Installation
CAUTION: The power cable must be connected to an earth-grounded electrical
outlet. The electrical supply must have a circuit breaker with an appropriate
rating to protect from over-current conditions.
Do not install the Model 675 in wet or damp conditions!
IF IN DOUBT SEEK ADVICE FROM A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
1.4.1 Pluggable Equipment
Pluggable equipment must be installed near an easily accessible socket outlet.
1.4.2 Permanently Wired Equipment - Isolator Requirements
Permanently connected equipment must have a readily accessible disconnect device
incorporated in the fixed wiring such as an isolator or circuit breaker with at least 3mm
contact separation.
The isolator MUST NOT be installed into the flexible power cable supplied with the unit.
1.4.3 Safe Handling of Equipment with Batteries
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used
batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
ATTENTION: Il y a danger d'explosion s'il y a remplacement incorrect de la
batterie, remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type ou d'un type
équivalent recommandé par le constructeur. Mettre au rebut les batteries
usagées conformément aux instructions du fabricant.
1.4.4 Wet Conditions
The Model 675 is not a washdown unit. Do not install near water.
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1.5
Routine Maintenance
IMPORTANT: This equipment must be routinely checked for proper operation
and calibration.
Application and usage will determine the frequency of calibration required for
safe operation.
ALWAYS TURN OFF THE MACHINE AND ISOLATE FROM THE POWER
SUPPLY BEFORE STARTING ANY ROUTINE MAINTENANCE TO AVOID
THE POSSIBILITY OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
Make sure that the Model 675 is placed securely on a flat and level surface.
1.6
Cleaning the Model 675
Table 1.1 Cleaning DOs and DON’Ts
DO
DO NOT
Wipe down the outside of standard products Attempt to clean the inside of the machine
with a clean cloth, moistened with water and Use harsh abrasives, solvents, scouring cleaners or
a small amount of mild detergent
alkaline cleaning solutions
Spray the cloth when using a proprietary
cleaning fluid
1.7
Spray any liquid directly on to the display windows
Training
Do not attempt to operate or complete any procedure on a machine unless you have
received the appropriate training or read the instruction books.
To avoid the risk of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury), place the machine on a surface which
is ergonomically satisfactory to the user. Take frequent breaks during prolonged usage.
1.8
Sharp Objects
Do not use sharp objects such as screwdrivers or long fingernails to operate the keys.
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1.9
Display
A large 16 line x 40 character graphic LCD provides excellent visibility with user defined
help screens and prompting. The large graphic display features a backlight for use in
poorly lit areas.
1.10 Keypad
The Model 675 comes standard with a durable and versatile polymeric switch plate.
The keys are large and easy to use. The keypad is easily cleaned with a damp cloth or
non-abrasive cleaner.
Figure 1.2 Model 675 Keypad
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1.10.1 Keypad Functions
All of the keys perform different functions. Some keys have more than one function.
Key
Description
Act as soft keys which will perform a specific function. Refer to the text on the display for the
function of each soft key.
Subtracts the weight of the tare from the displayed weight. Commonly used for removing the
weight of a container.
Performs a gross zero and displays the gross mode.
Performs a sample for an accurate parts counting and calculates an average piece weight.
Toggles between the available units.
Selects between all enabled scales. The current scale number will be shown on the display.
Print data from a specified communication port.
Select among modes such as Gross, Net, Tare, Quantity and Average Piece Weight.
MODE
Clear the entry buffer or answer "NO" to a question.
NO
Enter data or answer "YES" to a question.
YES
Enable/disable alpha entry mode. Refer to page 4 for setup information.Key
ABC
Turn the scale on or off.
0
8
9
Numeric keys used to manually enter a value for tare weight, average piece weight, sample
size etc.
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1.10.2 Alpha Entry
The Model 675 provides quick and easy alpha entry. The [ALPHA] key becomes the
"Alpha enable/disable" key. The alpha characters assigned to each numeric key mimic
a telephone layout with the addition of the [0/space] key. This allows additional ASCII
characters to be accessed via the decimal point key. The display will show >> while an
alpha entry is in progress and > when the "Alpha" entry mode is disabled. If the ALPHA
graphic icon is enabled, it will also show on the display if an alpha entry is in progress.
Character Entry
When alpha characters and other non-numeric characters are to be entered using the
front panel keypad, use the [ALPHA] key to "build" the entry:
Press the [ALPHA] key to initialize the alpha entry mode. ALPHA will be shown on the
display, indicating the [ALPHA] key is active. Press the [ALPHA] key again to turn
alpha entry off.
Keys [2] - [9] have uppercase and lowercase alphabetic characters assigned to them.
The [ . ] key scrolls through the remaining characters. The [0/SPACE] is used for
inserting a space. Press the [CLR] + [0/SPACE] keys simultaneously to backspace one
character.
To enter characters, press the corresponding number key on the keypad. The first
character in the sequence (depending on the "Alpha" mode selected) will appear first.
Continue pressing the key before the timeout occurs to scroll through the characters
for that key. Refer to Table 1.2 for character key assignments.
Table 1.2 Character Key Assignments
Key
Character
[1]
1
[2]
2 A B C a b
c
[3]
3 D E F d e
f
[4]
4 G H
g h
i
[5]
5
j
l
[6]
6 M N O m n o
[7]
7 P Q R S p q
[8]
8 T U V
[9]
9 W X Y Z w x
y Z
[.]
.
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[0]
0 S
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1.11 Rear Panel
The Model 675 comes standard with 2 communication ports, which use Male DB-9
connectors. A remote base can also be connected to the SCALE 2 Female DB-9
connector. The positions that are shown with dotted lines are available for options such
as scale 3 and 4, Ethernet, communication ports and setpoints.
NOTE: The
means CAUTION. Disconnect power before servicing
Power
Standard
COM 1
WARNING
Options
SCALE 2
COM 3
Options
AUX 2
PS/2
AUX 3
ETHERNET
90-250VAC
50-60Hz 0.8A
AUX 1
COM 2
COM 4
675 PRECISION COUNTING SCALE
1.11.1 Scale 2 Connections (Remote Scale)
If a 4-wire load cell cable is being used, jumpers will need to be installed between sense
and excitation. The jumpers will be installed on the DB9 connector being installed on
the load cell cable. The intention of pins 8 and 9 on the DB9 are to connect the sense
and excitation in 4 wire load cell applications without having to solder two wires in one
hole. Refer to Table 1.3 for scale 2 pin out connections.
Table 1.3 Scale 2 DB9 Connector Pin Out
DB9 pin
designation
10
Connection
Load Cell Cable
1
+ Signal
4 or 6 wire
2
- Signal
4 or 6 wire
3
+ Sense
4 wire (connect a wire jumper to pin 8)
4
- Sense
4 wire (connect a wire jumper to pin 9)
5
- Excitation
4 or 6 wire
6
+ Excitation
4 or 6 wire
7
Chassis Ground
4 or 6 wire
8
+ Excitation
4 wire (connect a wire jumper to pin 3)
9
- Excitation
4 wire (connect a wire jumper to pin 4)
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1.11.2 Communication Port Connections
Comm port 1 and 2 are standard on the Model 675. Comm port 3 and Comm port 4 are
optional. Refer to Table 4 for communication port pin outs.
Table 1.4 Comm Port 1 - 4 Pin Out
DB9 pin
Comm 1
Comm 2
Comm 3
(optional)
Comm 4
(optional)
1
No connection
TTL
No connection
No connection
2
RXD
RXD
RXD
RXD
3
TXD
TXD
TXD
TXD
4
+5V
+ 5V
+ 5V
+ 5V
5
ISO Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
6
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
7
RTS
RTS
No connection
No connection
8
CTS
CTS
CTS
No connection
9
Remote Key 1
Remote Key 2
No connection
No connection
1.12 Remote Key Connections
The Model 675 allows for two remote key inputs. The inputs can be used for invoking
a macro to perform tasks such as zero, print, tare etc. See the chart below for comm
port and pin assignment.
Table 1.5 Remote Key
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Remote Key
Port
Pins
1
Comm 1
6 and 9
2
Comm 2
6 and 9
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1.13 FCC and EMC Declarations of Compliance
United States
Table 1.6
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. This 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.
Canada
Table 1.7
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de
la Classe A prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique edicté par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
European Countries
Table 1.8
WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
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Configuration
The Model 675 Precision Counting Scale comes from the factory with the Application
Menu enabled. This is where you will choose the preferred method of parts counting or
weighing. See the explanations of each method in this chapter. After each counting
method are the instructions for setting up that method.
Refer to Chapter 3 for operating instructions of each method.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Figure 2.1 Model 675 Power up Screen
2.1
F1 - Quick Count
The Quick Count mode is designed for performing a quick sample and count. The soft
keys are used in secession from left to right to increase speed and ease of parts
counting. Basic functionality is offered to simplify operation. Below are the available soft
keys and an explanation of their purpose in the Quick Count mode.
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2.1.1 Quick Count Setup Menu
Use the [F4] Setup menus key from the Quick Count screen to gain access to different
menus. Menu items shaded in gray are multiple level.
Change
Sample
Clear
Totals
Key-in
APW
Setup
Menus
Exit
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Cal
Display
Style
Print
Formats
Advance
Setup
Exit
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
See Advanced Menu
Section for complete
details
Setup the Quick Count Mode
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1.
Press [F1] from the Application Menu. The display will come up with an
explanation of the Quick Count menu.
2.
At this time you can choose the Quick Count mode by pressing [ENTER]
(YES) or return to the Application Menu by pressing [F5] (Exit) or [CLR]
(NO).
2a.
The Quick Count file will load automatically and return to the Quick Count
mode.
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2.1.2 Setup
This menu was designed for accessing the items that will need to be changed most
often. Below is an explanation of the choices in the menu. Follow the instructions on
the display for each key.
Function Key
Parameter
CHANGE
SAMPLE
Description
Change the default sample
size
CLEAR TOTALS Clears the accumulation
registers
KEY-IN APW
Key in an average piece
weight for sample
SETUP MENUS Continues on to the Setup
Menus
Default Setting
10
Not applicable
0
Not applicable
Keypress
Key in new sample size and press
[ENTER] to accept or [F5] to escape
Press [ENTER] to clear totals or [CLR] to
escape
Key in new average piece weight and
press [ENTER] or [F5] to escape
Press [F4] to continue
2.1.3 Setup Menus
This is the next level of menus, which offer more advanced setup.
Function Key
Parameter
Description
Default Setting
Keypress
CAL
Calibration any of the
enabled scales
Not applicable
Key in access code and press [ENTER]
or press [F5] to escape
DISPLAY STYLE
Chose how the display will
appear
Style 2
Press either [F1] - [F3] to chose the
desired display style or [F5] to escape
PRINT MENU
Choose what information to
print out
Not applicable
Continues on to the Print Menu selections
ADVANCE
SETUP
Continues on to the
Advanced Setup Menu
Not applicable
See page 17
Cal (Calibration)
Refer to Chapter 4 for complete instructions on calibrating the Model 675.
Display Style
Choose one of the display types and press [F5] (EXIT) to save the change and return
to the main menu.
Style 1
This is the classic GSE 2x5 display. The weight or quantity will be displayed in larger
font while the prompts will be to the right of the weight display.
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Style 2
This style incorporates the classic GSE 2x5 display along with two smaller displays,
which will show other parameters. Press the [SELECT] key from Quick Count to
toggle through the different parameter choices.
Preset Print Formats
The preset print formats are viewable on the LCD display. Use the [F3] left arrow and
[F4] right arrow keys to view all transmit styles. Choose the desired format by viewing
it on the screen. Press the [F5] (EXIT) key to save the format and return to the main
menu.
Print #1
Quantity:
APW:
Tare:
Print #2
30
0.1234
1.515 lb
30
0.1234
1.515 lb
Quantity:
APW:
Tare:
10:10:00 am 06/23/2010
Print #3
#1
Print #4
Quantity:
Tare:
30
1.515 lb
Scale #:
2
Part#:
Quantity:
APW:
Tare:
Print #5
10.025 lb
2.500 lb
7.525 lb
989777
30
0.1234
1.515 lb
Print #6
Gross
Tare
Net
Quantity:
Qty Total:
Total Accums:
55
513
9
Print #7
Part#:
APW:
Tare:
989777
0.1234
1.515 lb
10:10:00 am 06/23/2010
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2.1.4 Advanced Setup Menu
The Advanced Menu will allow access to the time/date, setup mode and application
files. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the desired tab. This is common on the
preprogrammed methods of counting such as Quick Count and APW.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Time/Date
1.
From the time/date tab, press [ENTER] to access the configuration screen. The
time can be changed with the [F1] key. The date can be changed with the [F2]
key.
2.
Key in the time or date by following the format on the display and press
[ENTER] to accept the entry.
3.
Press [F5] (EXIT) to return to the main menu.
Setup (Setup Mode Access)
This tab allows access to the setup mode to make changes to parameters such as full
scale, count accuracy and baud rate etc.
Apps (Application Menu)
Access the Application Menu to switch to another operating mode or the factory default
mode.
1.
From the Apps tab press [ENTER].
2.
Key in the access code and press [ENTER]. The Apps Menu will automatically
load.
NOTE: Press [F5] at any time to abort loading the Apps Menu.
Scanner
This tab was specifically designed to show the string received from a scanner. Scan a
label and the raw scanner data will be shown on the display.
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2.2
F2 - GSE Custom
Presently APW Lookup is the only application offered under GSE Custom.
2.2.1 APW Lookup
The APW LOOKUP offers the flexibility of storing and recalling part numbers. The
average piece weight and part description will be stored and recalled with the part
number.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Setup the APW Lookup Mode
1.
Press the [F2] (GSE Custom) from the Application Menu.
2.
Press [F1] (APW Lookup). The display will come up with an explanation of the
Application Menu.
3.
Choose the Application Menu mode by pressing [ENTER] (YES) or return to
the menu choices by pressing [F5] (Exit) or [CLR] (NO).
4.
The Application Menu file will load and will return to the Application Menu
mode.
2.2.2 APW Lookup Setup Menu
Use the [F5] Setup key from the Application Menu screen to gain access to different
menus.
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Change
Sample
Delete
Part #
Key-in
APW
Setup
Menus
Exit
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Cal
Display
Style
Print
Menu
Advance
Setup
Exit
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Style
1
Style
2
Style
3
Set
Modes
Exit
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Next
Enable
Disable
F1
F2
F3
See Advanced
Menu Section for
complete details
Exit
Comm
1
Comm
2
F1
F2
F4
F5
Print
Part#s
D-load
Part#s
Print
Formats
F1
F2
F3
Exit
F4
F5
Exit
F3
F4
Comm
1
Comm
2
F1
F2
F5
Exit
F3
F4
F5
Figure 2.2 APW Lookup Menu Structure
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2.2.3 Setup
This menu was designed for accessing the items that will need to be changed most
often. Below is an explanation of the choices in the menu. Follow the instructions on
the display for each key. The cell shaded in gray has a multiple level menu.
Function Key
Parameter
CHANGE
SAMPLE
Description
Change the default sample
size
Default Setting
Keypress
10
Key in new sample size and press
Enter to accept or [F5] to escape
DELETE PART # Delete specified part number Will not show until a part Key in part # and press [F3]. Press
number is established [F5] to enter the setup. Press [F2]
to delete part #.
KEY-IN APW
Key in an average piece
weight for sample
SETUP MENUS Continues on to the Setup
Menus
0
Key in new average piece weight
and press [Enter] or [F5] to escape
Not applicable
Press [F4] to continue
NOTE: The YES key is [ENTER] the NO key is [CLR].
2.2.4 Setup Menus
This is the next level of menus, which offer more advanced setup. The cells shaded in
gray have a multiple level menu.
Function Key
Parameter
Description
Default Setting
Keypress
CAL
Calibration any of the enabled
scales
Not applicable
Key in access code and press [Enter]
or press [F5] to escape
Style 2
Press either [F1] - [F3] to chose the
desired display style or [F5] to escape
DISPLAY STYLE Chose how the display will
appear
PRINT MENU
ADVANCE
SETUP
Choose what information to
print out
Not applicable
Continues on to the Print Menu
selections
Continues on to the Advanced
Setup Menu
Not applicable
See page 24
2.2.5 Cal
Refer to Chapter 4 for complete instructions on calibrating the Model 675.
2.2.6 Display Style
Different display styles are offered to help customize the Model 675 parts counter to fit
your needs. Choose one of the display types and press [F5] (EXIT) to save the change
and return to the main menu. By using the [SELECT] key several modes can be viewed
from the Application Menu screen. See the section on Set Modes on page 22.
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Style 1
The top display will show the weight or quantity in larger font while the second display
will show the part number in medium font. Press the [SELECT] key from the
Application Menu screen to toggle through the different parameter choices.
Large display
Medium display
Gross
Part #
Net
Part #
Tare
Part #
APW (average piece weight)
Part #
% Accuracy
Part #
Last Sample
Part #
Quantity Total
Part #
# Accumulations
Part #
Quantity
Part #
Style 2
This style incorporates the classic GSE 2x5 display and a second display, which will
show three other parameters. Press the [SELECT] key from the Application Menu
screen to toggle through the different parameter choices.
Large Display
Small Display
Small Display
Small display
Quantity
Part#
APW
Description
Gross
Part#
APW
Description
Net
Part#
APW
Description
Tare
Part#
APW
Description
Style 3
This style incorporates the classic GSE 2x5 display along with three smaller displays
which will show four other parameters. Press the [SELECT] key from the Application
Menu screen to toggle through the different parameter choices.
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Large Display
Small Display
Small Display
Small display
Quantity
Gross
Net
Tare
Quantity
Part#
Piece Weight
Tare
Quantity
Net
Tare
Gross Total
Gross
Part#
% Accuracy
Piece Weight
Quantity
Part#
% Accuracy
APW x 100
Quantity
Piece Weight
% Accuracy
Tare
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2.2.7 Set Modes
After choosing a display style there are several modes of operation (such as Gross and
Quantity) to choose from. These modes are accessible by using the [SELECT] key
while viewing the Application Menu mode. The ability exists to enable or disable each
choice.
1.
Press [F4] to access the Set Modes menu.
2.
Use the [F1] Next Mode key to toggle through the available modes.
3.
Use the [F2] Enable Mode key to enable the mode.
4.
Use the [F3] Disable Mode key to disable the mode.
5.
Press [F5] to exit back into the APW Lookup screen.
Print Menu
Parameter
Description
PRINT PART#S Print stored part numbers to printer or computer
D-LOAD PART#S Download part number, description, average piece
weight and tare weight in comma delimited format
PRINT
FORMATS
Choose what information to print out
Default Setting
Keypresses
Not applicable
Print data to comm. 1, 2 or display.
Use [F1] or [F2]
Not applicable
Print data to comm. 1or 2. Use
[F1] or [F2]
Print Style 1
Use [F3] and [F4] to view print
format choices. Press [F5] to save
the format
Preset Print Formats
The preset print formats are viewable on the LCD display. Use the [F3] left arrow and
[F4] right arrow keys to view all transmit styles. Chose the desired format by viewing it
on the screen. Press the [F5] (EXIT) key to save the format and return to the main
menu.
Print #1
6/30/10
Part# 123456
Description
8.363 lb
1.133 lb
7.230 lb
Drywall Screws
Gross
Tare
Net
QTY:
0.0075 lb
964
APW:
Print #2
22
Part#
123456789
APW
Tare
0.017823
2.5143
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Print #3
Part# 123456
APW: 0.0075 lb
Tare
1.133 lb
Lot #
Bin #
BARCODE WILL PRINT BELOW EACH FIELD
Print #4
6/30/10
Part# 123456
Lot #
APW:
0.0075 lb
QTY:
Tare
1.133 lb
964
Print #5 - 9
Reserved for future use.
Custom Print
CREATE A CUSTOM TRANSMIT FORMAT!
SEE THE TECH MANUAL FOR DETAILS
CREATE AND LOAD AS TRANSMIT #130
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2.2.8 Advanced Setup Menu
The advanced menu will allow access to the time/date, setup mode and application
files. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the desired tab. This is common on the
preprogrammed methods of counting such as Quick Count and APW.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Time/Date
1.
From the time/date tab, press [ENTER] to access the configuration screen. The
time can be changed with the [F1] key. The date can be changed with the [F2]
key.
2.
Key in the time or date by following the format on the display and press
[ENTER] to accept the entry.
3.
Press [F5] (EXIT) to return to the main menu.
Setup (Setup Mode Access)
This tab allows access to the setup mode to make changes to parameters such as full
scale, count accuracy and baud rate etc. Please refer to the Model 675 Service Manual
for details on more advanced setups and configurations.
Apps (Application Menu)
Access the Application Menu to switch to another operating mode or the factory default
mode.
1.
From the Apps tab press [ENTER].
2.
Key in the access code and press [ENTER]. The Apps Menu will automatically
load.
NOTE: Press [F5] at any time to abort loading the Apps Menu.
Scanner
This tab was specifically designed to show the string received from a scanner. Scan a
label and the raw scanner data will be shown on the display.
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F3 - GSE Default
If the preprogrammed applications are not going to be used, than the Model 675 should
be factory defaulted. This mode will reset the Model 675 to GSE factory default status.
Note: The preset applications will be lost.
The Model 675 can still be used as a parts counter after it is factory defaulted. Refer to
page 31 for more details on simple counting.
1.
Press [F3] from the Application Menu prompt. The display will give an
explanation of the GSE DEFAULT.
2.
Press [ENTER] (YES) to accept the choice of GSE DEFAULT and continue or
press [CLR] to cancel the default and return to the Application Menu.
3.
If you chose to continue with the default in step 2 the display will ask ARE YOU
SURE? Press [ENTER] (YES) to default the unit or press [CLR] to cancel the
default and return to the Application Menu.
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Operation
This chapter will give detailed operating instructions on each preprogrammed mode.
The Model 675 is designed to operate from the 5 soft keys or the dedicated keys of the
keypad. The advantage of using the soft keys is they are placed in succession for easy
operation.
Bypass the GSE splash screen on power up by pressing the [ENTER] key when the
splash screen appears.
3.1
Quick Count
This section provides explanation on how to use the Quick Count Method. Refer to
page 13 for instructions on setting the Model 675 up for Quick Count.
Sample
Press [F1] to sample pieces. See the instructions below for more details on counting and
sampling. The default sample size is used unless a new sample size is keyed in.
Count
Press [F2] to access the quantity mode. This key is primarily used for continuing to
count pieces using the current average piece weight.
Accum
Accumulate - Maintains a total of quantity accumulations. Press [F3] to add the current
quantity to the total.
Print
Press [F4] to print a ticket or send a transmit to a computer.
Setup
Access setup menus, see page 15 for further details.
3.1.1 Sample and Count
Follow the steps below obtain an average piece weight (Sample) and count parts
(Count).
Auto Tare Method
Sampling Pieces
1.
If a container is used:
1a.
Place an empty container on scale and press the [F1] Sample or [SAMPLE]
key. The scale will automatically tare the container.
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If a container is not used:
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2a.
Press the [F1] Sample or [SAMPLE] key without the sample pieces on the
scale. The scale will perform a tare to establish a net zero reference.
0.000
3.
4.
Add
10
Add the sample pieces and press the [F1] Accept key to accept the sample.
10
Qty
89
Qty
Continue to add pieces to count
Without Auto Tare
1.
If the sample size is known and a container is used:
1a.
Place an empty container on the scale and press [TARE] key.
1b.
Place the sample in the container.
1c.
Key in the sample size and then press the [F1] Sample or [SAMPLE] key. The
scale will accept the current weights as a sample and will display the quantity.
2.
If the sample size is known and no container is used:
2a.
Place the sample on the scale.
2b.
Key in the sample size and then press the [F1] Sample or [SAMPLE] key. The
scale will accept the current weights as a sample and will display the quantity.
50
Qty
Use the [SELECT] key to check other modes such as the Tare weight and Average
Piece Weight. The [F2] (Count) can be pressed to return to the count mode at any
time.
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3.1.2 Accumulate
3.2
1.
Press [F3] to accumulate (add) the current quantity to the total quantity. Press
[F4] to print to a computer, printer or another peripheral device.
2.
After accumulating, the weight must return to zero before another
accumulation will be added. The display will show CLEAR WGHT! if the weight
is not within the zero threshold. Remove weight and try again. This feature is
necessary to avoid double accumulations.
APW Lookup
Follow the steps below to perform a sample and count parts. Also the ability exists to
store part numbers, lot numbers, bin numbers and average piece weight (APW).
Sample
Uses default sample size and prompts user to add that many pieces.
Store
Store a part number with average piece weight and description.
Rec/New Add a new part number or recall a part number from the database.
Entry
This only appears when a part number is entered. Scan in or key in the part number
and press [F3]. Press [F4] to access the Description, Lot #, Bin # and APW fields.
Setup
Access setup menus, see page 20 for further details.
3.2.1 Sample and Count
Follow the steps below obtain an average piece weight (Sample) and count parts
(Count).
Auto Tare Method
Sampling Pieces:
1.
If a container is used:
1a.
Place container on scale and press the [F1] Sample or [SAMPLE] key. The
scale will automatically tare the container.
- or 2.
If a container is not used:
2a.
Press the [F1] Sample or [SAMPLE] key without the sample pieces on the
scale. The scale will tare to establish a net zero reference.
0.000
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10
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3.
4.
Add the sample pieces and press the [F1] Accept key to accept the sample.
10
Qty
89
Qty
Continue to add pieces to count
Without Auto Tare
1.
If the sample size is known and a container is used:
1a.
Place an empty container on the scale and press [TARE] key.
1b.
Place the sample in the container.
1c.
Key in the sample size and then press the [F1] Sample or [SAMPLE] key. The
scale will accept the current weights as a sample and will display the quantity.
-or2.
If the sample size is known and no container is used:
2a.
Place the sample on the scale.
2b.
Key in the sample size and then press the [F1] Sample or [SAMPLE] key. The
scale will accept the current weights as a sample and will display the quantity.
50
Qty
Figure 3.1 Example: [5] [0] [SAMPLE]
Store Part Number
Part numbers can be stored in a database and can be recalled later with necessary
data such as the average piece weight and description. Make sure you enter a part
number before entering a Bin #, Lot # or APW.
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1.
Scan in a part number or key in the part number and press the [F3] (Rec/New)
key. The other data fields will be cleared.
1a.
If you want to add a part description, Bin #, Lot # and/or an APW either scan it
in or press [F4] (Entry).
1b.
If the field was scanned it will automatically be populated. Go to step 3.
1c.
If none of these fields are desired, go to step 3.
2.
Press the key associated with the desired field (see page 9 for details on alpha
entry). Key in the text and press [ENTER].
3.
Press [F2] to store the part number, APW, Lot #, Bin # and description.
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Update a Part Number
It is possible to update the data that is stored with a part number.
1.
While viewing the part number and data press [F2] (Store). The data will be
updated in the database.
Recall a Part Number
A part number that was stored previously can be recalled to count parts without having
to sample the part.
1.
Key in the part number to recall and press [F3] (Rec/New). If any other fields
were entered they will appear as well.
2.
Place pieces on the platform to count.
Delete a Part Number
Any part number that is stored may be deleted.
1.
Recall the part number to be deleted by keying in the part number and pressing
[F3] (Rec/New). The part number does not have to be recalled if it is already
being viewed.
2.
Press [F5] (Setup).
3.
Press [F2] (Delete Part#). You will be prompted with the part number to be
deleted and the choice of deleting the part number or aborting the process.
This key will not appear if a part number has not been recalled.
4.
Press [CLR] to cancel and return to the APW Lookup screen or [ENTER] to
continue deleting the part number.
3.2.2 Accumulate
3.3
1.
Press [F3] to accumulate the current quantity to the total quantity. Press [F4] to
print to a computer, printer or another peripheral device.
1a.
After accumulating, the weight must return to zero before another
accumulation will be added. The display will show CLEAR WGHT! if the weight
is not within the zero threshold. Remove weight and try again. This feature is
necessary to avoid double accumulations.
GSE Default
3.3.1 Simple Keypad Sample
Auto Tare Method
Sampling Pieces:
1.
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If a container is used - Place container on scale and press the [SAMPLE] key.
The scale will automatically tare the container.
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- or 1a.
If a container is not used - Press the [SAMPLE] key without the sample pieces
on the scale. The scale will tare to establish a net zero reference.
0.000
2.
3.
Add
10
Add the sample pieces and press the [ENTER] key to accept the sample.
10
Qty
89
Qty
Continue to add pieces to count.
Without Auto Tare
1.
If the sample size is known and a container is used:
1a.
Place an empty container on the scale and press [TARE] key.
1b.
Place the sample in the container.
1c.
Key in the sample size and then press the [SAMPLE] key. The scale will
accept the current weights as a sample and will display the quantity.
-or2.
If the sample size is known and no container is used:
2a.
Place the sample on the scale.
2b.
Key in the sample size and then press the [SAMPLE] key. The scale will
accept the current weights as a sample and will display the quantity.
50
Qty
Figure 3.2 Example[5] [0] [SAMPLE]
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Calibration
The calibration mode is accessible through the configuration menu or from the weigh
mode.
4.1
4.2
General Notes on Calibration
l
Pressing [CLR] at any point in the calibration routine moves back one step.
l
Pressing [CLR] at the New Zero? prompt exits calibration mode.
l
A calibration weight can be applied before or after entering the calibration
weight value. The display prompts you to Keyin CalWt (key in calibration
weight) or Add CalWT (add calibration weight) at the appropriate time.
l
The digital filter is automatically set to 4 seconds during calibration.
l
A motion delay is enforced during zero and span calibration.
l
New calibration values are not permanently saved until the calibration mode
is exited and changes are saved by pressing [ENTER] at the ENTER=SAVE
prompt. If power is lost during calibration, the previously saved calibration
values will be in effect when power is restored.
l
If replacing one scale with another, it is possible to set the total gain value
(P61108) of the new scale with that of the original. This will optimize the
coarse and fine gain values, greatly increasing the likelihood of a successful
calibration on the first attempt.
Access Calibration
4.2.1 From APW Lookup or Quick Count Mode
4.3
1.
From the main menu press the [F5] (Setup) key.
2.
Press [F4] (Setup Menus) key.
3.
Press [F1] (CAL) key.
4.
Enter the access code and press [ENTER].
Calibration Methods
There are six methods of calibration. Press [SELECT] to select a calibration method.
Press [ENTER] to begin the calibration method selected. Refer to the appropriate
section for calibration instructions.
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New Zero - Establishes a new zero (no load) and span (test load) calibration
reference.
l
Last Zero - Performs a span re-calibration without removing the test load.
This selection is not available with linearization enabled.
l
Temp Zero - Performs a calibration without removing the current gross
weight. The zero reference determined during the last calibration is
maintained. This selection is not available with linearization enabled.
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Only Zero - Establishes a new zero reference without affecting span.
l
Cal Reset - Adjusts the zero and gain factors of the A/D amplifier to default
values for maximum sensitivity.
l
Known LCOut - Calibrates without the use of test weights. The mV/V value
and full scale capacity of each load cell must be known.
4.3.1 New Zero
The most common calibration procedure, New Zero establishes a new zero (no load)
and span (test load) calibration reference. Use this method for first-time calibration and
complete re-calibration.
1.
Remove all weight from the scale.
2.
Enter calibration as described on page 33.
3.
Select the New Zero calibration method as described in Calibration Methods
on page 33.
4.
Press [ENTER] at the New Zero? prompt to establish the new zero reference.
5.
After establishing the zero reference, the default calibration units are displayed
momentarily followed by the Keyin CalWt prompt.
6.
Apply the calibration weight, key in the calibration weight value in terms of the
default calibration units and press [ENTER] to establish span.
6a.
If the calibration weight value was entered before the weight was applied, the
display will prompt Add CalWT. Add the calibration weight and press [ENTER].
7.
After establishing span, CAL OK? is displayed suggesting that the calibration
is acceptable, or ReCal??? is displayed suggesting that the calibration
procedure should be repeated.
8.
Accept the calibration by pressing [ENTER] at the CAL OK? prompt or [CLR]
at the ReCal??? prompt.
- or 8a.
Repeat the calibration by pressing [CLR] at the CAL OK? prompt or [ENTER]
at the ReCal??? prompt.
9.
Once the calibration is accepted in step 6, press [ENTER] at the
ENTER=SAVE prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to save the new
calibration and exit the calibration mode.
- or 9a.
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To exit the calibration mode without saving the new calibration, press [CLR] at
the ENTER=SAVE prompt. Then press [ENTER] at the ENTER=UNDO
prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to exit the calibration mode.
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4.3.2 Last Zero
Last Zero allows span re-calibration without removing the applied test weight. The last
zero established by pressing [ENTER] from the weigh mode will be used as the zero
reference. This procedure is especially useful when performing routine tolerance
checks on large capacity scales. A scale found to be out-of-tolerance can be easily
calibrated without having to remove the test weights to reestablish a zero reference.
1.
Remove all weight from the scale.
2.
Press [ZERO] to zero the scale in the weigh mode.
3.
Apply the calibration test weight.
4.
Access the calibration mode as described on page 33.
5.
Select the Last Zero calibration method as described in Calibration Methods
on page 33.
6.
Press [ENTER] at the Last Zero? prompt to display the Keyin CalWT prompt.
7.
Key in the calibration weight value in terms of the default calibration units and
press [ENTER] to establish span.
8.
After establishing span, CAL OK? is displayed suggesting that the calibration
is acceptable, or ReCal??? is displayed suggesting that the calibration
procedure should be repeated.
8a.
Accept the calibration by pressing [ENTER] at the CAL OK? prompt or [CLR]
at the ReCal??? prompt.
- or 8b.
Repeat the calibration by pressing [CLR] at the CAL OK? prompt or [ENTER]
at the ReCal??? prompt.
9.
Once the calibration is accepted in step 6, press [ENTER] at the
ENTER=SAVE prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to save the new
calibration and exit the calibration mode.
- or 9a.
To exit the calibration mode without saving the new calibration, press [CLR] at
the ENTER=SAVE prompt. Then press [ENTER] at the ENTER=UNDO
prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to exit the calibration mode.
4.3.3 Temporary Zero
Temp Zero is used to calibrate without establishing a new zero. Calibration can be
performed without removing the currently applied gross load. A temporary zero is
established so that test weights can be added during calibration. The original zero
reference determined during the previous calibration is not affected. This procedure is
commonly used to calibrate hopper scales where it is impractical to empty the product
before calibrating.
1.
Access the calibration mode as described on page 33.
2.
Select the Temp Zero calibration method as described in Calibration Methods
on page 33.
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3.
Press [ENTER] at the Temp Zero? prompt to establish a temporary zero
reference.
4.
After establishing the temporary zero reference, the default calibration units
are displayed momentarily followed by the Keyin CalWT prompt.
5.
Apply the calibration weight, key in the calibration weight value in terms of the
default calibration units and press [ENTER] to establish span.
5a.
If the calibration weight value was entered before the weight was applied, the
display will prompt Add CalWT. Add the calibration weight and press [ENTER].
6.
After establishing span, CAL OK? is displayed suggesting that the calibration
is acceptable, or ReCal??? is displayed suggesting that the calibration
procedure should be repeated.
6a.
Accept the calibration by pressing [ENTER] at the CAL OK? prompt or [CLR]
at the ReCal??? prompt.
- or 6b.
Repeat the calibration by pressing [CLR] at the CAL OK? prompt or [ENTER]
at the ReCal??? prompt.
7.
Once the calibration is accepted in step 6, press [ENTER] at the
ENTER=SAVE prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to save the new
calibration and exit the calibration mode.
- or 7a.
To exit the calibration mode without saving the new calibration, press [CLR] at
the ENTER=SAVE prompt. Then press [ENTER] at the ENTER=UNDO
prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to exit the calibration mode.
4.3.4 Only Zero
Only Zero is used for zero calibration only. This calibration procedure is primarily used
for the zero reference after changing a scale's dead-load, such as adding safety rails
to a scale deck or installing a mixer motor on a hopper scale. Because the full scale
capacity is referenced from the last zero calibration, performing a zero calibration helps
to ensure that the full scale over-load will not occur prematurely due to the additional
dead-load.
1.
Remove all weight from the scale.
2.
Access the calibration mode as described on page 33.
3.
Select the Only Zero calibration method as described in Calibration Methods
on page 33.
4.
Press [ENTER] at the Only Zero? prompt to establish the new zero reference.
5.
After establishing zero, CAL OK? is displayed suggesting that the calibration is
acceptable.
5a.
Accept the calibration by pressing [ENTER] at the CAL OK? prompt.
- or 5b.
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Repeat the calibration by pressing [CLR] at the CAL OK? prompt.
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6.
Once the calibration is accepted in step 5, press [ENTER] at the
ENTER=SAVE prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to save the new
calibration and exit the calibration mode.
- or 6a.
To exit the calibration mode without saving the new calibration, press [CLR] at
the ENTER=SAVE prompt. Then press [ENTER] at the ENTER=UNDO
prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to exit the calibration mode.
4.3.5 Calibration Reset
Cal Reset sets the gain factors of the A/D amplifier to minimum values and clears the
A/D's zero offset. A Cal Reset should be performed if calibration is not possible due to
an over-load condition, or if the displayed weight value does not change when the test
weight is applied.
1.
Access the calibration mode as described on page 33.
2.
Select the Cal Reset calibration method as described in Calibration Methods
on page 33.
3.
Press [ENTER] at the Cal Reset prompt reset the A/D amplifier.
4.
The display prompts New Zero?. Proceed with New Zero calibration. Refer to
page 34.
If an over-load condition exists at the time of calibration, the calibration method
prompts are replaced by an Over load! message. Press [CLR] to proceed directly to
the Cal Reset procedure.
4.3.6 Known Loadcell Output
Known LCOut is used to calibrate without test weights. The exact full scale mV/V
rating must be known for each load cell. All load cells must be of the same full scale
capacity. This procedure works best for hopper scales where weight is evenly
distributed and signal trimming is not required.
1.
Access the calibration mode as described on page 33.
2.
Select the Known LCOut calibration method as described in Calibration
Methods on page 33.
3.
Press [ENTER] at the Known LCOut prompt to display #of LC.
3a.
The number of load cells specified during the last calibration will also be
displayed. A value of zero (0) indicates that this calibration method has not yet
been performed.
4.
Key in the number of load cells (8 maximum) and press [ENTER].
- or 4a.
Press [ENTER] to accept the displayed value.
5.
The display prompts LC#x mVv (where 'x' is the load cell number) and then
shows the mV/V value (0.1 - 5.0) last entered for this load cell.
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6.
Key in the load cell's mV/V value and press [ENTER].
- or 6a.
Press [ENTER] to accept the displayed value.
7.
Steps 5-6 will be repeated for as many load cells as specified in step 4.
8.
The display prompts LC FS showing the value last entered for the load cell full
scale.
9.
Key in the full scale capacity for the load cell(s) and press [ENTER].
- or 9a.
Press [ENTER] to accept the displayed value.
10.
The display briefly shows Updtg Gains as it updates the gain values, then
prompts CurWt Zero?.
11.
Press [ENTER] to establish the current input signal as the zero reference.
- or 11a. Press [SELECT] to display Zero=0mVv?. Press [ENTER] to use a 0mV/V
output as the zero reference.
- or 11b. Press [SELECT] to display Keyin CurWt. Key in the known gross weight
already applied to the scale and press [ENTER].
- or 11c. Press [CLR] to bypass the zeroing option.
12.
The display shows CAL OK? suggesting that the calibration is acceptable.
Accept the calibration by pressing [ENTER] at the CAL OK? prompt.
- or 12a. Repeat the calibration by pressing [CLR] at the CAL OK? prompt.
13.
Once the calibration is accepted in step 5, press [ENTER] at the
ENTER=SAVE prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to save the new
calibration and exit the calibration mode.
- or 13a. To exit the calibration mode without saving the new calibration, press [CLR] at
the ENTER=SAVE prompt. Then press [ENTER] at the ENTER=UNDO
prompt and again at the ENTER=EXIT prompt to exit the calibration mode.
4.3.7 Multi - Scale Calibration
When more than one scale is enabled, the prompt Keyin Scl# appears before
accessing the calibration method selections. Key in the scale number to be calibrated
and press [ENTER]. Proceed with a calibration method as described in Calibration
Methods on page 33. After completing a calibration, the Keyin Scl# appears once
again. Enter the next scale number to be calibrated, or press [CLR] to exit the
calibration mode and save the new calibration data.
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Troubleshooting
This section describes all error codes generated by the Model 675. Most error codes
show a two-digit code reference along with a short text message. Possible causes and
remedies are described for each error.
5.1
Operational Errors
Message
Description
Code02
Under
Load!
CoDE03
OverLoad!
CoDE04
#>
Dsply
CoDE05
Zero>
Max.!
CoDE06
Tare>
F.S.!
CoDE07
Tare
<0!
CoDE08
Check
Conn
CoDE16
CHECK
JUMPR
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Input signal less than negative full scale. If this is due to excessive loading, reduce the
load. Otherwise check the load cell connections. If a 4 wire load cell cable is being
used, check that the sense jumpers are in place.
Input signal is greater than positive full scale. Use same check as for underload.
Number to be displayed will not fit within 6 digits. This will not normally occur for the
Gross, Net or Tare Weights but may result while displaying the accumulated totals if
the amount exceeds 999,999. Either clear the totals or settle for only being able to
transmit the totals.
An attempt was made to zero out more than allowed. Use the [TARE] key for
subtracting off container weights or if large dead-load is always to be present, apply
this dead-load during the No Load? prompt during calibration to permanently eliminate
the offset.
Tare entry was greater than full scale. Most likely the entered tare value was incorrect.
Negative tare attempted, but not allowed. For auto-tares, the GROSS Weight must be
greater than zero.
The signal into the A/D is greater than +/- 2 times the expected full scale signal. This
error usually indicates a defective or incorrectly wired load cell.
A programming operation was attempted when the program jumper is installed.
Installation of this jumper will prohibit any programming changes.
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5.2
Hardware Errors
Message
Description
CoDE17
A/D
BAD!
CoDE18
BufSz
Max!
CoDE19
"Data
&Stop
CoDE20
Defit
A/D
CoDE21
Write
NVErr
CoDE22
Read
NVErr
CoDE23
Check
NVPar
CoDE24
NVPar
Full!
CoDE25
Defit
Setup
CoDE26
Bad
Setup
CoDE27
REBOOT!
CoDE29
PIN
error
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The processor has detected a problem with the A/D chip. Several situations could cause
this error message to be displayed. The most severe situation would be a damaged or
defective A/D. In this case it will have to be replaced.
The accumulative total buffer size for both the TX and RX buffers of all COMM ports
exceeds the reserved storage capacity 8192 bytes.
Certain combinations of protocol are not available.
The A/D calibration data is corrupt
Error reading data from the FRAM.
Error writing data to the FRAM.
Supplementary error message for above errors.
The setup being attempted requires more FRAM than is currently installed.
Upon power-up the indicator has not found the proper codes. Therefore, all parameters
have been reset to factory default values.
The stored data has a checksum error. Check all parameters or re-load setup.
The indicator cannot use the FRAM for data storage and is attempting to power-up again
to cure the problem.
The FRAM is corrupted in the PIN section.
Model 675 User Instructions
5.3
ICalibration Errors
Message
Description
CoDE30
F.S.>
MAX!
CoDE31
F.S.<
.1mVv
CoDE32
ADD
MORE!
CoDE33
ReCAL
Req'd
CoDE39
"A/D˜
Cal
5.4
The entered calibration weight, together with the currently applied signal, indicates
that the full scale signal will be greater than the allowed maximum of the controller.
The entered calibration weight, together with the currently applied signal, indicates
that the full scale signal will be less than the allowed minimum of the controller.
The applied weight during calibration was less than 0.1% of capacity. More weight
than this is required.
The just completed calibration is insufficient to guarantee accurate results due to
either the cal weight being less than 5% of capacity or this was the first calibration of
this platform to this Indicator and, therefore, the coarse gain was adjusted by the
Indicator.
The A/D calibration values for one of the scales have not been entered.
General Errors
Message
Description
CoDE41
Idnot
Used!
CoDE42
Check
Setup
CoDE43
dbNOT
SETUP
CoDE51
Too
Small
CoDE52
Can't
Count
CoDE53
Accy<
Req'D
CoDE54
Scale
Disbl
CoDE57
dbOpt
Error
CoDE60
New
FLASH
Model 675 User Instructions
If a string type variable that has not been setup (for example, had its size set to a nonzero value.) or if no string type variables have been setup.
A sample operation was performed with a sample size of "0" at parameter P34.
An attempt to access an undefined database occurred.
The sample placed on the platform is too small to accurately compute the piece
weight. Increase the sample size.
There is an insufficient quantity on the platform to perform an accurate count.
The accuracy is less than required. Increase the sample size.
An attempt to select a disabled scale was made.
The FRAM database is corrupt (valid signature, invalid checksum). Contact GSE.
A new FLASH file has been uploaded via the ReFlash or BDM flash utilities in order to
upgrade the firmware. Press any key to acknowledge.
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Message
Description
CoDE71
TxNot
Exist
CoDE95
SyErr
HSR00
CoDE95
SyErr
Typ04
Okay?
#####
Cksum
error
5.5
An error occurred at startup or during operation. Contact GSE.
An error occurred at startup. Contact GSE.
This is not an error. Press to acknowledge your entry, or [ENTER] to re-enter.
Upon each power-up, the Model 675 tests the integrity of its firmware. If the result is
not correct this message is displayed and the scale is not usable.
Miscellaneous Errors
Message
Description
Entry
Error
Which
Tx#?
OVERWRITE
Rows:<
XXX
Fram2
Small
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The specified custom transmit does not exist.
An invalid entry was made. When entering data, make sure the values are within
the acceptable limits and of the proper type as required by the entry mode.
This prompt will appear when the 675 is setup with more than one custom transmit
is set for "Prmpt" (Prompt) and the [PRINT] key is pressed. The "WhichTx#?"
message is asking for a custom transmit number to be entered. Key in the custom
transmit desired and then press [ENTER]. For example, [2] [ENTER], for custom
transmit number 2.
The oldest row in the DSD database has been overwritten with a new row of data.
The number of DSD data rows has exceeded the warning threshold. Print and/or
download the DSD database to prevent loss of data before the maximum number of
DSD data rows is exceeded.
There is not enough FRAM installed to accommodate the current request.
Model 675 User Instructions
5.6
Communication Errors
Message
Description
prtyX
error
The parity of a received character did not match the parity specified. The 'X' in the
error message represents the COMM port number on which the problem occurred.
ovrnX
error
An overrun error occurred where additional characters were received while the
receive buffer was full. The additional characters will be lost. The 'X' in the error
message represents the COMM port number on which the problem occurred.
frmgX
error
The stop bit of a received character did not occur when it was expected. The 'X' in
the error message represents the COMM port number on which the problem
occurred.
portX
error
The Model 675 did not check it's receive data register in time, thus missing a
character. The 'X' in the error message represents the COMM port number on which
the problem occurred.
NoTxX
Allow
tx on
hold
tx
abort
tx
Con'd
BadTx
Port
Wrong
Comm#
Model 675 User Instructions
Associated with Modbus. This message indicates that a transmission out the
specified port was attempted. This is not acceptable if the port is set for Modbus. The
'X' in the error message represents the COMM port number on which the problem
occurred.
Occurs if a data transmission is held up for two seconds of more due to a deasserted
handshake.
Occurs if the [CLR] key is pressed when the tx on hold error message is shown.
Appear briefly when the handshake is re-asserted after the tx on hold message
occurs.
Appears briefly after an attempt was made to put a byte in an invalid comm port
receive buffer.
An invalid communication port number was specified.
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Model 675 User Instructions
Avery Weigh-Tronix USA
1000 Armstrong Dr.
Fairmont MN 56031 USA
Tel:507-238-4461
Fax:507-238-4195
Email: [email protected]
www.wtxweb.com
Avery Weigh-Tronix UK
Foundry Lane,
Smethwick, West Midlands,
England B66 2LP
Tel:+44 (0) 8453 66 77 88
Fax: +44 (0)121 224 8183
Email: [email protected]
www.averyweigh-tronix.com
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