Sartorius Competence / Gem plus

Sartorius Competence / Gem plus
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Operating Instructions
Sartorius Competence | Sartorius Gemplus
CP, GC and GP Models
Electronic Semimicro- and Analytical Precision Balances and Precious Metal Scales
98648-009-91
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Contents
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Data Interface
Data Input Format
Pin Assignment Chart
Cabling Diagram
Warnings and
Safety Precautions
63
Error Codes
Getting Started
65
Care and Maintenance
Operating the Balance/Scale
Overview of Display and
Operating Elements
Basic Weighing Function
Below-balance/scale Weighing
Calibration/Adjustment
67
Instructions for Recycling
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Overview
Specifications
Accessories (Options)
Declaration of Conformity
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Contents
3
Intended Use
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Configuring the Balance/Scale
Printing the Settings
Setting the Parameters
(Menu Codes)
Parameter Settings (Overview)
Setting IDs, Time, Date and
Display Brightness
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Application Programs
Net-Total Formulation
Counting
Weighing in Percent
Animal Weighing/Averaging
Toggle between Weight Units
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52
Generating a Printout
ISO/GLP-compliant Printout
Intended Use
The models of the CP, GP and GC Series
are precision weighing instruments
designed for the measurement of mass,
covering a range from 0.01 mg to 34 kg.
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These weighing instruments save work
and speed up simple routine applications
through these features:
– Extremely fast response times
CP, GP and GC models meet the highest
requirements on the accuracy and
reliability of weighing results through
the following features:
– Built-in applications (counting, animal
weighing, weighing in percent, etc.)
– Total ease of operation
– Efficient filtering-out of unfavorable
ambient conditions, such as vibration,
drafts, etc.
– Stable and reproducible weighing results
– Excellent readability under any
lighting conditions
– Rugged, durable weighing system
– ISO/GLP-compliant recording capability
for printouts
– Serial RS-232 port for optional connection
to a PC
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Warnings and
Safety Precautions
The balance/scale has been constructed
in accordance with the European
Directives as well as international
regulations and standards for operation
of electrical equipment, electromagnetic
compatibility, and stipulated safety
requirements. Improper use or handling,
however, can result in damage and/
or injury.
– The only way to switch the power off
completely is to disconnect the AC adapter.
To prevent damage to the equipment,
please read these operating instructions
carefully before using your balance/scale.
Keep these instructions in a safe place.
Follow the instructions below to
ensure safe and trouble-free operation
of your balance/scale:
– Connect only Sartorius accessories and
options, as these are optimally designed for
use with your Sartorius balance/scale.
! Do not use this balance/scale in a
hazardous area/location.
IP ratings:
– Models with readabilities ≥ 10 mg
meet IP53 requirements
– Models with readabilities ≤ 1 mg
meet IP32 requirements
– AC adapters meet IP20 requirements
– Protect the AC adapter and the weighing
instrument from contact with liquids.
When cleaning your balance/scale, make
sure that no liquid enters the balance/scale
housing; use only a slightly moistened
cloth to clean the balance/scale.
! Make sure that the voltage rating
printed on the AC adapter is identical
to your local line voltage.
! Warning when using pre-wired RS-232
connecting cables: The pin assignments
in RS-232 cables purchased from other
manufacturers may be incompatible
with Sartorius balances/scales. Be sure
to check the pin assignment against
the chart on page 61 before connecting
the cable, and disconnect any lines
marked “Internally Connected”.
Do not open the balance/scale housing.
If the seal is broken, this will result in
forfeiture of all claims under the
manufacturer’s warranty. If you have
any problems with your balance/scale:
$ contact your local Sartorius office,
dealer or service center
Getting Started
Warranty
Do not miss out on the benefits of our
full warranty. Complete the warranty
registration card, indicating the date of
installation, and return the card to your
Sartorius office or dealer.
Storage and Shipping Conditions
Do not expose the balance/scale to extreme
temperatures, blows, shocks, vibration
or moisture.
Unpacking the Equipment
§ After unpacking the balance/scale, check it
immediately for any visible damage as a
result of rough handling during shipment
$ If you see any sign of damage:
proceed as directed in the section on
“Safety Inspection" in the chapter entitled
“Care and Maintenance."
It is a good idea to save the box and all
parts of the packaging until you have
successfully installed your balance/scale.
Only the original packaging provides
the best protection for shipment.
Before packing your balance/scale, unplug
all connected cables to prevent damage.
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Equipment Supplied
The equipment supplied includes the
components listed below:
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CP Balances with Readability of 0.1 mg;
GC Scales
Balance/scale with display and
control unit
Draft shield with base plate
AC adapter
Weighing pan
Shield disk
Dust cover
Gem tray (GC scales only)
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CP Balances with Readability of 1 mg
Balance with display and control unit
Draft shield with cover
AC adapter
Weighing pan
Pan support
Base plate
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–
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CP Balances with Readability of
0.01 g/0.1 g, GP Scales
Balance/scale with display and
control unit
AC adapter
Weighing pan
Pan support (model CP622 only)
Gem tray (GP scales only)
CP34001S, CP34001P, CP16001S,
CP12001S, CP34000
– Balance with display and control unit
– AC adapter
– Weighing pan
Installation Instructions
Your balance/scale is designed to provide
reliable weighing results under normal
ambient conditions. When choosing
a location to set up your balance/scale,
observe the following so that you
will be able to work with added speed
and accuracy:
– Set up the balance/scale on a stable,
even surface
– Avoid placing the balance/scale in close
proximity to a heater or otherwise exposing
the balance/scale to heat or direct sunlight
– Protect the balance/scale from drafts that
come from open windows or doors
– Avoid exposing the balance/scale to extreme
vibrations during weighing
– Protect the balance/scale from aggressive
chemical vapors
– Do not expose the balance/scale to extreme
moisture over long periods
– Level the balance/scale at the place
of installation
Conditioning the Balance/Scale:
Moisture in the air can condense on the
surfaces of a cold balance/scale whenever it
is brought into a substantially warmer place.
If you transfer the balance/scale to a
warmer area, make sure to condition it for
about 2 hours at room temperature, leaving
it unplugged from AC power.
Seal on Balances/Scales Verified for Use in
Legal Metrology in the EU*:
EU legislation requires that a control seal
be affixed to verified balances/scales of
accuracy class K. The control seal consists
of a sticker with the “Sartorius" logo.
This seal will be irreparably damaged if you
attempt to remove it. If the seal is broken,
the validity of verification will become
void and you must have your balance/scale
re-verified.
* Including the Signatories of the Agreement
on the European Economic Area
Setting up the
Balance/Scale
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Balances/Scales with an Analytical Draft
Shield Chamber:
! Move the sliding lock on the back of the
draft shield to the right (open position)
§ Position the draft carefully on the
balance/scale
§ Secure the draft shield in position by moving
the sliding lock device on the back of the
balance/scale to the left
§ Place the components listed below inside the
chamber in the order given:
– Base plate
– Shield disk
– Weighing pan
– Gem tray (GC models only)
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2
Balances/Scales with a 3-sided
Draft Shield:
§ Place the draft shield on the balance/scale
with the cover opening in front on the right
§ Turn the draft shield clockwise until it is
firmly in position
§ Place the components listed below inside the
chamber in the order given:
– Base plate
– Pan support
– Weighing pan
$ Accessing the weighing chamber from the
side: Pull out the side panels one at a time
CP622
§ Place the components listed below on the
balance/scale in the order given:
– Pan support
– Weighing pan
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Balances/Scales with a Rectangular
Weighing Pan and a Weighing Capacity
of up to 10 kg
§ Place the components listed below on the
balance/scale in the order given:
– Weighing pan
– Gem tray (GP scales only)
Balances/Scales with a Rectangular
Weighing Pan and a Weighing Capacity
over 10 kg
§ Place the weighing pan on the balance/scale
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Connecting the Balance/Scale to
AC Power/Safety Precautions
$ Use only original Sartorius AC adapters.
The protection rating on the AC adapter is
IP20 in accordance with EN60529.
$ See the “Accessories" for information on
using an IP65-protected industrial AC
adapter or an external rechargeable battery
pack with your balance/scale.
Balances/Scales with an AC Adapter and
a Weighing Capacity up to 10 kg:
● Insert the right-angle plug into the jack on
the balance/scale
Connect the power cable to the AC adapter
(on balances/scales with weighing capacities
of up to 10 kg)
$ Use an original Sartorius AC adapter with
a wide input voltage range (85 ... 265 V~),
order number 6971960, and replaceable
power cable:
6971953 (Europe)
6971954 (US/CDN)
6971955 (UK)
6971956 (AUS)
6971957 (ZA)
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Balances/Scales with a Weighing Capacity
of over 10 kg:
● Insert the right-angle plug into the jack
and tighten the screw.
Safety Precautions
The AC adapter rated to Class 2 can be
plugged into any wall outlet without
any additional safety precautions. The
ground or earth terminal is connected to
the balance/scale housing, which can be
additionally grounded, if required. The data
interface is also electrically connected to
the balance/scale housing (ground).
Information on Radio Frequency
Interference
This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause interference
to radio communications. It has been tested
and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are
designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference, when operated in
a commercial environment. Operation of
this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause interference, in which case the user,
at his own expense, will be required to take
whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
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Connecting Electronic Peripheral Devices
§ Make absolutely sure to unplug the balance/
scale from AC power before you connect or
disconnect a peripheral device (printer or PC)
to or from the interface port.
Warmup Time
To deliver exact results, the balance/scale
must warm up for at least 30 minutes after
initial connection to AC power or after a
relatively long power outage. Only after this
time will the balance/scale have reached the
required operating temperature.
Using Verified Balances/Scales as Legal
Measuring Instruments in the EU*
$ The balance/scale must warm up for at
least 24 hours after initial connection to
AC power.
Leveling the Balance/Scale
Purpose
– To compensate for unevenness at the place
of installation.
– To achieve perfectly horizontal positioning
of the balance/scale for consistent
reproducibility
Always level the balance/scale again after
any time it has been moved.
* including the Signatories of the Agreement
on the European Economic Area
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Leveling Balances/Scales with a Weighing
Capacity of up to 10 kg
Only the 2 front feet are used for leveling.
§ Retract the 2 rear feet (on models with
rectangular weighing pans only).
§ Turn the 2 front feet as shown in the
diagram until the air bubble is centered
within the circle of the level indicator.
> In most cases this will require several
adjustment steps
§ For weighing heavy samples:
Extend the 2 rear feet until they touch the
surface on which the balance/scale rests
(on models with rectangular weighing
pans only).
Leveling Balances/Scales with a Weighing
Capacity over 10 kg
§ Adjust the leveling feet until the air bubble
is centered within the circle of the
level indicator
Antitheft Locking Device on Balances/
Scales with a Weighing Capacity of up
to 10 kg
To fasten an antitheft locking device,
use the lug located on the rear panel of the
balance/scale.
● Secure the balance/scale at the place of
installation, e.g., with a chain or a lock.
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Operating the Balance/Scale
Overview of Display and Operating Elements
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2
2
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11
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10
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8
Designation Description
Designation Description
1
2
10
3
4
5
6
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Weight units
Tare function:
Press here to tare the weight
of any container so that the
readout shows the net weight
of samples.
Symbol indicating that a GLPcompliant printout is being
generated
Symbol indicating that a
printout is being generated
Symbol indicating data in
memory, when using the
net-total formulation program
Data output function:
Press this key to send
displayed values over the
built-in data interface to a
DataPrint printer or a PC.
Function key:
Starts an application program
Symbol indicating the active
program
Press here to start calibration/
adjustment
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Delete (Clear Function)
This key is generally used to
interrupt/cancel functions;
for example:
– to end an application
program
– to interrupt calibration/
adjustment routines
On/Off key:
Switches the display on/off.
(The balance/scale may remain
in standby mode, depending
on the settings.)
Symbol indicating that the
calibration/adjustment
function is active
Symbol indicating that the
animal weighing program
is active, with
automatic-start function
Symbol indicating stand-by
mode or zero range
Weight readout in the selected
weight unit
Basic Weighing Function
Purpose
The basic weighing function is always
accessible and can be used alone or in
combination with an application program
(counting, weighing in percent, etc.).
Features
– Taring the balance/scale
You can tare the balance/scale within the
entire weighing range.
– Assigning IDs to weights (as needed)
– Printing weights
Using Verified Balances/Scales as Legal
Measuring Instruments in the EU*:
This balance/scale is not allowed to be
used for weighing goods intended for direct
sale to the public.
The type-approval certificate for verification
applies only to non-automatic weighing
instruments; for operation with or without
auxiliary measuring devices, you must
comply with the regulations of your country
applicable to the place of installation of
your balance/scale.
● Before using the balance/scale as a legal
measuring instrument, calibrate and adjust it
at the place of use: see the “Calibration/
Adjustment" section in this chapter
$ The temperature range (°C) indicated on
the verification label may not be exceeded
during operation
Example:
BD BC 200
K +10 … +30 °C
* including the Signatories of the Agreement
on the European Economic Area
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Preparation
A circle displayed in the upper right-hand
corner indicates that the balance/scale
has been disconnected from power
(the power cable was unplugged or due
to power failure).
● Turn on the balance/scale: Press e
> All symbols on the display light up briefly.
> The balance/scale performs a display test.
● To change configurations: see the chapter
entitled “Configuring the Balance/Scale"
● To load factory-set default configurations:
see “Configuring the Balance/Scale"
(menu code 9 - -1)
$ To tare the balance/scale: Press t
When the balance/scale is switched on, the
b is displayed until you press a key.
If the b symbol is displayed during
operation, this indicates that the processor
is performing a function and cannot receive
further commands at the moment.
Additional Functions
● Turning off the balance/scale: Press e
A circle in the upper right-hand corner
indicates that the balance/scale has been
switched off and is in stand-by mode.
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Below-Balance/Scale Weighing
A port for a below-balance/scale weighing
hanger is located on the bottom of the
balance/scale. You can order the hanger
directly from Sartorius for balances/scales
with a weighing capacity over 12 kg
(see “Accessories").
● Open cover plate on the bottom
of the balance/scale.
● Using the built-in hook (1): Attach the
sample (e.g., using a suspension wire) to
the hook
2
$ Bore hole (2): Carefully fasten the
special hook, or order a hook directly from
Sartorius.
1
$ If necessary, install a shield for protection
against drafts
Important Note Concerning Verified
Balances/Scales Approved for Use as Legal
Measuring Instruments in the EU*:
The below-balance/scale weighing port
may not be opened or used when an
approved balance/scale is being operated
as a legal measuring instrument.
* including the Signatories of the Agreement
on the European Economic Area
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Example
Simple Weighing
Setting in Balance/Scale Operating Menu: Line format for printout:
For other applications/GLP (7 2 2)
Step
Key (or instruction)
Display/Output
1. Turn on the balance/scale
Self-test is performed,
followed by automatic initial
tare function.
e
+
0.0 g
+
11.5 g
+
0.0 g
2. Place container on balance/scale
(in this example: 11.5 g).
3. Tare the balance/scale.
t
+ 132.0 g
4. Place sample in container
on balance/scale
(in this example: 132 g).
6. Print weight.
p
N
+
132.0 g
Calibration/Adjustment
Purpose
Calibration is the determination of the
difference between the weight readout
and the true weight (mass) of a sample.
Calibration does not entail making
any changes within the balance/scale.
Adjustment is the correction of any
difference between the measured value
displayed and the true weight (mass)
of the sample, or the reduction of the
difference to an allowable level within
the maximum permissible error limits.
Using Verified Balances/Scales as Legal
Measuring Instruments in the EU*:
Before using your balance/scale as a legal
measuring instrument, you must perform
“internal calibration" at the place of
installation after the warmup period.
Features
Calibration/adjustment can be performed
only when
– there is no load on the balance/scale,
– the balance/scale is tared,
– the internal signal is stable.
If these conditions are not met, an error
message is displayed (Err 02).
Adjustment can be performed
– automatically following calibration
(menu code 1 10 1) or
– manually, at operator discretion, after
calibration (1 10 2)
* including the Signatories of
the Agreement on the European
Economic Area
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The weight displayed for the sample on
the balance/scale must not differ from the
nominal weight by more than 2%.
You can use any of the following
weight units to calibrate/adjust: g, kg, lb
(1 11 1 to 3)
You can block calibration/adjustment
of the balance/scale:
– Select menu code 1 9 7, and
– Close the menu access switch on the back
of the balance/scale
You can have the calibration/adjustment
results documented in a ISO/GLP-compliant
printout (see page 52).
External Calibration in Verified Balances/
Scales of Accuracy Class K
– External calibration can be made accessible
only after removing the verification
control seal.
> In this case, the validity of the verification
becomes void and the balance/scale must be
re-verified.
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Calibration/Adjustment Sequence
You can configure the operating menu
so that:
– adjustment automatically follows calibration in a single operation (1 10 1), or
Factory Settings
Calibration adjustment mode for
models without built-in motorized
calibration weight:
External calibration (1 9 1)
– the operator chooses whether to end
the calibration/adjustment routine or
have adjustment performed (1 10 2)
Calibration adjustment mode for models
with built-in motorized calibration weight:
Internal calibration (1 9 3)
If there is no deviation, or if the
difference is within the effective requirements for accuracy of measurements,
it is not necessary to adjust the balance/
scale. In this case, you can end the
calibration routine following calibration.
Two keys are active at that point:
– q = start adjustment
– c = end the calibration/
adjustment routine
Calibration/adjustment sequence:
Adjustment automatically follows calibration
in a single operation (1 10 1)
Weight unit for calibration: grams (1 11 1)
ISO/GLP-compliant printout: off (8 10 1)
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Internal Calibration (for models with built-in calibration weight only)
The built-in calibration weight is standard equipment on all verified balances/scales and
on the following standard (non-verified) models:
CP225D, CP324S, CP224S, CP64, GC1603P, GC803S, GC803P
Settings:
Calibration/adjustment mode: Internal calibration/adjustment (menu code 1 9 3)
There is a motorized calibration weight within the balance/scale housing which is applied
and removed automatically for internal calibration.
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Turn on balance/scale,
if necessary.
e
0.0 g
2. Tare the balance/scale,
if necessary.
t
0.0 g
3. Start calibration/adjustment
Internal weight is applied
automatically.
q
4. Balance/scale is calibrated
(displayed only if menu
code 1 10 2 is set).
5. If the menu code for
“calibration and adjustment
in a single step" (1 10 1)
is set, the balance/scale is
adjusted automatically now.
6. Internal weight is unloaded.
Display
c
CAL
0.2 g
–
CAL
CC
CAL
0.0 g
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External Calibration
Settings:
Calibration/adjustment mode: External calibration/adjustment (menu code 1 9 1)
The weight required for calibration/adjustment is defined in the factory settings
(see “Specifications").
Step
Key (or instruction)
Display
1. Turn on the balance/scale,
if necessary.
e
0.0 g
2. Tare the balance/scale,
if necessary.
t
0.0 g
3. Start calibration/adjustment
Calibration weight is displayed
without a unit symbol.
q
+ 5000.0
CAL
4. Apply the prompted calibration
weight (in this example:
5000 g).
5000.0
After calibration, the weight
unit is shown.
+ 5000.0 g
5. Remove the calibration weight.
CAL
CAL
0.0 g
Configuring the Balance/Scale
Purpose
You can configure your balance/scale
to meet individual requirements by
selecting from parameter settings in a
software menu.
Key functions during configuration:
Activate the settings menu:
Press e to turn the balance/scale off
and back on again. While all display
segments are lit, press t briefly
Scroll upward ↑: press q
Scroll right →: press p
Confirm input: press t
Store settings and exit menu:
Press and hold t (2 sec.)
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● Print Current Settings
– At the 3rd menu level (lowest level):
Press and hold p
> Printout: (Example)
Menu 7 1 1
– At the 2nd menu level: Press and hold p
> Printout (Example)
Menu 7 1
Menu 7 2
Menu 7 3
1
1
1
– At the 1st menu level: Press and hold p
> All current settings are printed.
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Setting the Parameters (Menu Codes)
Example: Adapting the balance/scale to "very unstable" ambient conditions
(menu code 1 1 4).
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Turn off the balance/scale.
e
2. Turn on the balance/scale and
e
while all segments
are displayed:
t briefly
Display
1
2
$ Scroll upward within a
menu level; after the last
menu code, the first
code is displayed again.
q
repeatedly
3. Select the second level
(scroll to the right).
p
9
1
1 1
4. Select the third level
(scroll to the right).
p
1 1 2o
5. 3rd menu level:
Scroll until the desired
number is shown.
q
repeatedly
1 1 4
6. Confirm change; “o"
on display indicates
active setting
t
1 1 4o
$ Return to higher menu level
(from the 3rd level).
p
1
$ Set other codes as desired.
p, q
7. Store settings and exit
the menu
Press and
hold t (2 sec.)
...
or
$ Exit menu without storing
changes.
> Restart application.
e
0.0 g
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Parameter Settings (Overview)
o Factory settings
√ User-defined setting
el 1
lev
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Me
Menu
1
Weighing
el 2
lev
u
n
Me
1 1
Adapt filter
(ambient conditions)
1 2
Application filter
1 2 1
1 2 2
1 3
Stability range
The stability symbol is
displayed when the
value is stable within
this number of digits.
1
1
1
1
1
1
Tare function*
1 5 1
1 5 2
1 5
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 6
Auto zero
1 6 1
1 6 2
1 7
Weight unit 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 8
2 through 9
g
tin
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m
set
lev
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o
t
nu
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Fac
Me
1 1 1
Very stable conditions
1 1 2
o Stable conditions
1 1 3
Unstable conditions
1 1 4
Very unstable conditions
see next page
see next pages
* = Setting cannot be changed on verified balances/scales
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o
o
o
o
o
Final readout
Filling mode
1/4 digit
1/2 digit
1 digit
2 digits
4 digits
8 digits*
Without stability
After stability
On
Off
Grams (Display: o)*
Grams (Display: g)
Kilograms
Carats
Pounds*
Ounces*
Troy ounces*
Hong Kong taels*
Singapore taels*
Taiwanese taels*
Grains*
Pennyweights*
Milligrams
Parts per pound*
Chinese taels*
Mommes*
Austrian carats*
Tola*
Baht*
Mesghal*
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Menu
el 1
lev
nu
e
M
1 Weighing
el 2
lev
nu
e
M
1 1 through 1 7
ing
el 3
ett
m
ite
lev
ys
r
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o
t
nu
n
Me
Fac
Me
see previous page
1 8
Display accuracy 1*
1 8 1
1 8 5
o
Standard resolution
Increased resolution*
1 9
q key function
1 9 1
1 9 3
1 9 7
o
External cal./adj. 1)
Internal cal./adj. 2)
q key blocked
1 10 1
o
Calibrate, then auto adjust
in one operation
Calibrate, then manual
adjust
1 10 Calibration/
adjustment sequence
1 10 2
2
Application
programs
3 through 9
1 11 Weight unit for
calibration weight*
1 11 1
1 11 2
1 11 3
o
Grams
Kilograms
Pounds
2 1
2
2
2
2
2
2
o
Weighing
Toggle weight units
Counting
Weighing in percent
Net-total (tare memory)
Animal weighing/
Averaging
Program selection
see following pages
* = Setting cannot be changed on verified balances/scales
) = Not available on balances/scales of accuracy class K
) = On models with built-in motorized calibration weight only
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Application
parameters
1
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12
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15
16
17
18
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3 2 1
3 2 5
3 5
Storage parameter
Counting and
Weighing in Percent
3 5 1
Decimal places for
calculations
3
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Animal activity
3 7 1
3 7 2
3 7 3
3 8
5 through 9
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Application
parameters –
Counting
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Start Animal weighing
Autom. referencesample updating
see next page
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3 8 1
3 8 2
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Grams (Display: o)
Grams (Display: g)
Kilograms
Carats
Pounds*
Ounces*
Troy ounces*
Hong Kong taels*
Singapore taels*
Taiwanese taels*
Grains*
Pennyweights*
Milligrams
Parts per pound*
Chinese taels*
Mommes*
Austrian carats*
Tola*
Baht*
Mesghal*
All digits
Reduced by 1 digit
With stability
(internal resolution)
With higher stability
None
1 decimal place
2 decimal places
3 decimal places
Calm
Normal
Active
Manual start
Automatic start
Off
On
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Menu
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el 2
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Data interface
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Baud rate
Parity
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No. of stop bits
5 3 1
5 3 2
5 4
Handshake mode
5 4 1
5 4 2
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5 4 3
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Print for
weighing
6 1
Manual/auto print
mode
6 1 1
6 1 2
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6 1 3
6 1 4
6 1 5
6 1 6
6 2
7 through 9
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150 baud
300 baud
600 baud
1200 baud
2400 baud
4800 baud
9600 baud
19200 baud
Mark
Space
Odd
Even
1 stop bit
2 stop bits
Software
Hardware,
2 char. after CTS
Hardware,
1 char. after CTS
Manual without stability
with p key
Manual at stability
with p key
Manual at stability
with p key
Automatic without stability
Automatic at stability
Automatic when
load changed 1)
Stop automatic
printing
6 2 1
6 2 2
6 3
Time-dependent
autom. printing
6 3 1
6 3 2
o
1 display cycle
2 display cycles
6 4
Tare the balance/scale
after ind. printout
6 4 1
6 4 2
o
Off
On
o
Manual (p key)
Not stoppable
see next page
) = Auto print when load change is > 10 d and stability is reached: no printout until residual difference
in load value is < 5 d
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Printing with
application
programs
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7 3
8
Extra
functions
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7 1 2
7 1 3
Line format
of printout
7 2 1
o
o
Printout with
Net total
program
7 3 1
o
Autom. printout
of last net value
Autom. printout
of tare value
Menu *
8 1 1
o
Parameter settings
alterable
Parameter settings
read only
7 3 2
8 2
Acoustic signal
8 2 1
8 2 2
o
On
Off
8 3
Keypad
8 3 1
8 3 2
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Accessible
Blocked
8 4
External switch
function
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p key
t key
q key
v key
c key
8 5
Power-on mode
for balance/scale
8 5 1
8 5 3
8 5 4
o
Off/on/standby
Off/on
Automatic on
8 8
Reference balance/
scale
8 8 1
8 8 2
8 8 3
o
Off
On for QC scale
On for FB/FC/LA/LP
balance/scale
On for isi-terminal
o
No ISO/GLP printout
For calibration/adjustment
only
Always on
4
4
4
4
4
8 8 4
8 10 ISO/GLP-compliant
printout
8 10 1
8 10 2
8 10 3
Reset menu
For raw data
(16 characters)
For other apps
(22 characters)
7 2 2
8 1 2
9
Off
On; all parameters
On; main parameters ony
9 –
Factory settings
* = Setting cannot be changed on verified balances/scales
9 – 1
9 – 2
o
Restore
Do not restore
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Setting IDs, Time, Date
and Display Brightness
Purpose
Configuring measurement environment
parameters for ISO/GLP-compliant
data records.
Setting date and time (for ISO/GLPcompliant records only). Adapting display
to ambient lighting conditions.
Features
– Enter up to 8 characters to identify a
measurement series. Permissible characters
include the numbers 0 through 9, the dash
or minus sign (“–") and spaces. Leading
zeroes are output as spaces.
– Date and time of beginning and end
of series recorded.
– Display brightness 1):
0 = off, levels of brightness: 1 through 9
Activate the ID number, date and time
configuration menu:
Press e to turn the balance/scale
off and back on again. While all display
segments are lit, press t briefly
Scroll upward ↑: press q
Scroll right →: press p
Press t to confirm input and toggle
between ID number, time and date.
Store settings and exit menu:
Press and hold t (2 sec.)
1
) No display backlighting on models CP225D
and CP225D-0CE
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Example: Setting the time, date and display brightness
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Turn off the balance/scale.
e
2. Turn on the balance/scale and
e
while all segments
are displayed:
Display
v briefly
--------
$ Move cursor in 8-character ID.
p
repeatedly
--------
$ Set or change ID.
q
repeatedly
-3------
3. Confirm ID and activate time.
t
H10.14.11
4. Select 24-hour clock (“H”) or
12-hour clock, (“P”).
q
H10.14.19
p
H10.15.19
q
H10.15.00
7. Confirm time and activate date. t
29.jan.01
5. Toggle between hours,
minutes and seconds.
6. Synchronize seconds with
reference clock.
8. Set date
“Day”,
“Month”, and
if desired, set “Year”.
Confirm date and activate
display brightness.
q repeatedly,
p
q repeatedly,
p
q repeatedly
t
01.jan.01
22.apr.01
22.apr.01
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Step
Key (or instruction)
Display
9. Set display brightness.
q
repeatedly
lamp 7
10. Store settings and exit
the menu
Press and
hold t (2 sec.)
or
$ Exit menu without
storing changes.
> Restart application.
e
0.0 g
Application Programs
Function Keys
v:
Start application program/
Store component.
v
Toggle between component
press and weight and total weight
hold for
(net-total formulation);
≥2 seconds: change reference quantity
(counting), reference
percentage (weighing in
percent) or number of measurements (animal weighing)
c:
End application program; delete
Using Verified Balances/Scales as Legal
Measuring Instruments in the EU*:
All application programs can be selected on
balances/scales used as legal measuring
instruments. Non-metric vales are indicated
as follows:
– Percent
=%
– Piece count (counting) = pcs
– Computed value
= o, G
* including the Signatories of the Agreement
on the European Economic Area
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Net-Total Formulation
Menu code: 2 1 6
Display symbol: R
Purpose
With this application program you can
weigh in different components up to
a defined total. You can also print out the
total weight and the individual weights
of the components.
Features
– Tare function
– Weigh up to 99 components from “0" to a
defined total component weight
– Store component weights (“Store xx comp."),
with
– display zeroed automatically after value
is stored, and
– automatic printout (print application
parameters); either
– of the last component weight (net value)
or
– of the total weight (tare value)
– Clear component memory when weighing
series is canceled by pressing c; total
weight printed if “Print all parameters" is
selected in the operating menu; otherwise,
the normal net weight printout is generated
(p key).
– Toggling between component weight and
total weight by pressing and holding v.
– Printout of the total of the individual
component weights (T COMP)
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Preparation
Set parameters for Net-Total Formulation:
$ Select the application program in the
operating menu
§ Set parameters for automatic printout when
component stored
2 Application programs
2 1 Program selection
2 1 6
Net-total
7 Print for Application
7 1 Print application parameters
7 1 1 Off
7 1 2 ο On; all parameters
7 1 3 On; only main parameters
7 3 Printout of net-total formulation data
7 3 1 ο Autom. print of last net value
7 3 2 Autom. print of tare value
ο
= Factory setting
Printout of Net-total Formulation Data
Comp2 +
T COMP+
T1
+
N1
+
278.1
2117.5
1821.5
278.1
N
2099.6 g :
+
g:
g:
g:
g:
Second component
Sum of components
Tare weight (2nd tare memory)
Net weight = Gross – Tare –
2nd Tare memory
Net weight = Gross – Tare
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Example: Counting parts into a container
Settings: Application program: Net-total formulation 2 1 6;
Print application parameters: On, print all 7 1 2; Line format for printout:
22 characters 7 2 2; Automatic printout of last net value 7 3 1
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Turn on the balance/scale,
if necessary
e
+
2. Place empty container
on the balance/scale.
3. Tare the balance/scale.
65.0 g
0.0 g
t
+ 120,5 g
4. Add first component.
5. Store component data.
Display/Output
0.0 g
v
COMP1 +
+
6. Add next component.
7. Store component data.
v
Repeat steps
5 and 6.
9. Fill to target if desired.
Press and
hold v (2 sec.)
120.5 g
70,5 g
0.0 g
COMP2 +
8. Weigh in further components
if desired.
NET
+ 191,0 g
G
NET
70.5 g
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Step
Key (or instruction)
Display/Output
+
10. Add last component.
12,5 g
G
11. Store component data.
v
0.0 g
COMP 3+
12. Display total weight.
c
NET
12.5 g
+ 203,5 g
T COMP+
203.5 g
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Counting
Menu code: 2 1 4
Display symbol: Z
Purpose
With the Counting program you can
determine the number of parts that each
have approximately equal weight.
Features
– The minimum load is equal to one digit,
defined according to the resolution of the
active weight unit.
– Press and hold the v key (2 seconds)
to set the reference sample quantity.
– Configure the resolution used when
reference sample quantity is stored and
piece counts are calculated.
– Optional automatic output of the piece
count and average piece weight to the
data interface port when the menu
code 7 1 2 (print application parameters)
is set.
– Long-term storage of the last reference
sample quantity “nRef" entered.
– Toggling between piece count and
weight by pressing v.
Function Keys
v:
Begin determination of piece weight
> Application program initialized with
predefined reference sample quantity.
c:
End application program; clear
initialization data
Changing the reference sample quantity:
§ Press and hold v (2 sec.)
> Current reference sample quantity
is displayed.
$ Press v briefly to change the value;
press repeatedly until the desired reference
sample quantity is displayed.
Quantities to choose from: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20,
50, 100.
§ Store setting in long-term memory:
Press and hold v.
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Reference Sample Updating
Automatic reference sample updating
optimizes the counting accuracy.
You can activate or de-activate this
function in the menu.
Automatic reference sample updating is
performed when:
– the criterion for the stability parameter
selected in the menu has been met
– the current piece count is less than twice
the original piece count
– the current piece count is less than
100 ƒ the initialization value
– the internally calculated piece count
(such as 17.24 pcs) differs by less than
± 0.3 pcs from the whole number
(17 pcs in this example)
> The abbreviation opt, for “optimizing",
is displayed briefly with the new reference
sample quantity.
Reference Weighing
(Counting with two balances/scales)
Purpose:
Use of a reference balance/scale affords
higher precision in counting large amounts
of parts. The CP balance is used to determine the reference weight. The following
terminals can be used for sample weighing
in conjunction with a reference
balance/scale:
– QC scale (menu code 8 8 2)
– FB/FC/LA/LP series balances/scales
(menu code 8 8 3)
– isi terminal (menu code 8 8 4)
§ Please order the required connecting cables
directly from Sartorius
–
–
–
–
The following settings must have the same
configurations in both balances/scales:
“Counting” program
Weight units
All data interface parameters
Settings in the CP balance:
Set menu codes 7 1 2 and 7 2 2
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Preparation
Set parameters for the “Counting” program:
$ Select the application program in the
operating menu
§ Set the following parameters:
2 Application programs
2 1 Program selection
2 1 4
Counting
3 Application parameters
3 5 Storage parameter
3 5 1
With stability
(internal resolution)
3 5 2 ο With higher stability
4 Application parameters for Counting
4 1 Autom. ref. sample updating
4 1 1 ο Off
4 1 2 On
8 Extra functions
8 8 Reference balance/scale
8 8 1 ο Off
8 8 2 On for QC scales
8 8 3 On for FB-/FC-/LA-/
LP models
8 8 4 On for isi terminals
ο = Factory setting
Printout: Counting
nRef
wRef
Qnt
+
+
+
10
:
21.14 g
:
500 pcs :
Reference sample quantity
Reference weight
Calculated quantity
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Example: Counting pieces of equal weight
Settings:
Menu: Counting program (menu code 2 1 4),
Print application parameters: On; all parameters (menu code 7 1 2),
Line format for printout: 22 characters (menu code 7 2 2)
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Turn on the balance/scale,
if necessary.
e
+
2. Place empty container
on the balance/scale.
3. Tare the balance/scale.
Display/Output
22.6 g
0.0 g
t
4. Add reference sample quantity
to container (in this example:
10 pcs).
5. Initialize the balance/scale.
v
ref 10 (briefly)
+ 2.14 g
+
10 pcs
nRef
wRef
+
6. Add desired number
of pieces.
+
+
500 pcs
7. Print piece count, if desired.
p
Qnt
8. Display weight.
v
+ 1070.0 g
9. Display piece count.
v
+
500 pcs
–
511 pcs
10. Unload the balance/scale.
+
11. Repeat as necessary,
starting from Step 6.
12. Delete reference
sample quantity.
c
10 pcs
2.14 g
0.0 g
500 pcs
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Weighing in Percent
Menu code: 2 1 5
– Long-term storage of the last reference
percentage “pRef” entered.
Display symbol: %
Purpose
This application program allows you to
obtain weight readouts in percent which
are in proportion to a reference weight.
Features
– The minimum load is equal to one digit,
defined according to the resolution of the
active weight unit.
– Press and hold the v key (2 seconds)
to set the reference percentage
– Storage parameter (rounding-off factor)
for storing the reference weight
to calculate the percentage can be
configured.
– Configuration of decimal places displayed
with a percentage.
– Optional automatic output of the
reference weight “Wxx%” and reference
percentage to the data interface port
when the menu code 7 1 2 (print
application parameters) is set.
– Toggling between percentage and weight
by pressing v.
Function Keys
v:
Begin calculation of percentage
> Current weight value stored as reference
weight “Wxx%” to be loaded at initialization.
c:
End application program;
clear initialization data
Changing the reference percentage:
§ Press and hold v (2 sec.)
> Current reference percentage is displayed.
$ Press v briefly to change the value;
press repeatedly until the desired reference
percentage is displayed.
Quantities to choose from: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20,
50, 100.
§ Store setting in long-term memory:
Press and hold v.
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Preparation
Set parameters for the “Weighing in Percent”
program:
$ Select the application program in the
operating menu
§ Set the following parameters:
2 Application programs
2 1 Program selection
2 1 5
Weighing in percent
3 Application parameters
3 5 Storage parameter
3 5 1 ο With stability
(internal resolution)
3 5 2 With higher stability
3 6 Decimal places
3
3
3
3
ο
6
6
6
6
1
2ο
3
4
none
1 decimal place
2 decimal places
3 decimal places
= Factory setting
Printout: Weighing in Percent
pRef
Wxx%
Prc
+
+
+
100 % :
111.6 g :
94.7 % :
Reference percentage
Reference weight net xx%
Calculated reference percentage
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Example: Determining residual weight in percent
Settings:
Menu: Weighing in percent program (menu code 2 1 5),
Print application parameters: On; all parameters (menu code 7 1 2),
Line format for printout: 22 characters (menu code 7 2 2)
Reference percentage: ref 100%
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Turn on the balance/scale,
if necessary.
e
+
2. Place empty container
on balance/scale.
3. Tare the balance/scale.
Display/Output
22.6 g
0.0 g
t
4. Place sample equal to 100%
of reference percentage
on the balance/scale (in this
example: 111.6 g).
5. Initialize the balance/scale.
v
ref 100 (displayed briefly)
+ 111.6 g
+ 100.0 %
pRef
Wxx%
+
+
100 %
111.6 g
6. Remove container; for example,
to treat sample (in this example,
the sample is now dried).
+
7. Place container with sample
on the balance/scale again
(after treatment).
94.9 %
8. Optional: print percentage.
p
Prc
9. Display residual weight and
delete reference value.
c
+ 105.9 g
10. Optional: print net
residual weight.
p
N
+
+
94.9 %
105.9 g
Animal Weighing/Averaging
Menu code: 2 1 7
Display symbol: V
Purpose
Use this program to determine the
weights of unstable samples (e.g., live
animals) or to determine weights under
unstable ambient conditions. With
this program, the balance/scale calculates
the weight as the average of a defined
number of individual weighing
operations (also referred to as
“subweighing operations”).
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– Arithmetic average displayed as a result in
the pre-set weight unit (identified by the
G). The V symbol flashes during this time.
– Toggling between weighed and calculated
results by pressing v (after initialization)
– Unload threshold is one-half of the
minimum load.
– Balance/scale returns to the basic weighing
mode when unloaded; i.e., when the load is
below the unload threshold
Function Keys
v:
Activate animal weighing program
Features
– Animal weighing started manually
or automatically
– Minimum load threshold for starting
animal weighing:
– for automatic start:
100 display intervals
– for manual start:
50 display intervals
– Automatic start:
Begin the averaging operation by
pressing v. “AUTO” is displayed
during weighing to indicate that
the following values will be averaged
automatically.
Animal activity: Averaging begins
automatically once two subweights are
measured within a predefined tolerance
range (calm = 2%, normal = 5%,
active = 20%).
– Number of weighing operations for
calculation of an average mDef can be
set before the beginning of each series.
– Number of remaining weighing
operations in the current series is shown
during weighing.
c:
End application program; delete result;
interrupt measuring operation.
§
>
$
§
Changing the number of subweighing
operations:
Press and hold v (2 sec.)
Current number of subweighing operations
is displayed.
Press v briefly to change the value;
press repeatedly until the desired number
is displayed.
Quantities to choose from: 5, 10, 20,
50, 100.
Store setting in long-term memory:
Press and hold v.
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Preparation
Set parameters for the “Animal Weighing”
program:
$ Select the application program in the
operating menu
§ Set the following parameters:
2 Application programs
2 1 Program selection
2 1 7
Animal weighing
3 Application parameters
3 7 Animal activity
3 7 1
Calm (2% of the
animal/object)
3 7 2 ο Normal (5% of the
animal/object)
3 7 3 Calm (20% of the
animal/object)
3 8 Start
3 8 1 Manual
3 8 2 ο Automatic
ο = Factory setting
Printout: Animal Weighing
mDef
x-Net +
20
:
401.1 g :
Number of subweighing operations
Calculated average
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Example: Determining animal weight with automatic start of 20 subweighing operations
Settings:
Menu: Animal weighing program (menu code 2 1 7),
Print application parameters: On; all parameters (menu code 7 1 2),
Line format for printout: 22 characters (menu code 7 2 2)
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Turn on the balance/scale,
if necessary.
e
+
2. Place animal weighing bowl
on the balance.
3. Tare the balance/scale.
t
4. Place 1st animal in bowl.
5. Start automatic animal weighing. v
The balance/scale delays
starting the subweighing
operation until successive
subweights lie within
the range defined.
6. After 20 subweighing operations
the arithmetic average “x-Net”
is displayed.
7. Unload the balance/scale.
8. Weigh next animal (if applicable)
Next weighing series
begins automatically
Display/Output
22.6 g
0.0 g
Weight value fluctuates due
to animal activity.
888
20
19
18
...
1
+ 410.1 g G
mDef
x-Net +
0.0 g
20
410.1 g
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Toggle between Weight Units
Menu code: 2 1 2
Display symbol: R1
Purpose
With this application program you can switch the display of a weight value back and
forth between two weight units.
Configure the “Toggle Weight Units” application in the operating menu:
See “Configuring the Balance/Scale,” menu code 2 1 2: Toggle weight units
(factory setting in GC and GP scales)
Menu code
Weight unit 1
Weight unit 2
Unit
Conversion
Display
Printout
1 7 1
3 1 1ο
Grams * 1)
1.00000000000
o
o
1 7 2ο
3 1 2ο
Grams 2)
1.00000000000
g
g
1 7 3
3 1 3
Kilograms 3)
0.00100000000
kg
kg
1 7 4ο
3 1 4
Carats
5.00000000000
ct
ct
1 7 5
3 1 5
Pounds*
0.00220462260
lb
lb
1 7 6
3 1 6
Ounces*
0.03527396200
oz
oz
1 7 7
3 1 7
Troy ounces*
0.03215074700
ozt
ozt
1 7 8
3 1 8
Hong Kong taels*
0.02671725000
tl
tlh
1 7 9
3 1 9
Singapore taels*
0.02645544638
tl
tls
1 7 10
3 1 10
Taiwanese taels*
0.02666666000
tl
tlt
1 7 11
3 1 11
Grain*
15.4323583500
GN
GN
1 7 12
3 1 12
Pennyweights*
0.64301493100
dwt
dwt
1 7 13
3 1 13 ο
Milligrams
1000.00000000
mg
mg
1 7 14
3 1 14
Parts per pounds*
1.12876677120
o
/lb
1 7 15
3 1 15
Chinese taels*
0.02645547175
tl
tlc
1 7 16
3 1 16
Mommes*
0.26670000000
m
mom
1 7 17
3 1 17
Austrian carats*
5.00000000000
K
K
1 7 18
3 1 18
Tola*
0.08573333810
t
tol
1 7 19
3 1 19
Baht*
0.06578947437
b
bat
1 7 20
3 1 20
Mesghal*
0.21700000000
m
MS
o
*
1
)
2
)
3
)
= Factory setting, depends on model
= Not available in verified balances/scales
= GP3202: readability with Taiwanese taels reduced by one decimal place
= GC1603P, GC 803P/S: readability 0.0002 g; GC2502: readability 0.001 g
= Not available in verified balances/scales of accuracy class k
Function
● Press v to toggle between weight unit 1 and weight unit 2.
Generating a Printout
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Purpose
You can generate a printout of weights
as well as other measured values and
identification codes for documentation
purposes. You can format the printout
to meet individual requirements.
– Net-total: Component or total weight
Features
Printouts generated automatically or
manually (at the press of a key): weight
or calculated value is output.
– Counting:
Reference sample quantity (nRef)
Reference weight for one piece (average
piece weight; wRef)
Line format: Each value printed
with up to 6 preceding characters for
identification
– Weighing in percent:
Reference percentage (pRef)
Reference weight (Wxx%)
Print application parameters:
Printout of initialization values before
printing measurement results.
– Animal weighing/averaging:
Number of subweighing operations (Mdef)
Calculated average (x-Net)
ISO/GLP-compliant printout:
Printout of ambient characteristics.
Printouts generated automatically
or by pressing p, dependent on or
independent of stability
You can have the following values output
automatically when using the application
programs if menu code 7 1 2 is configured
(printout with data ID codes):
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Factory Settings
Print manual/automatic: Individual
printout dependent on stability:
Manual at stability (menu code 6 1 2)
Line format:
Up to 6 characters at the beginning
of each line to identify the weight
or calculated value: Print net, tare, or
gross value, reference sample quantity,
or average piece weight with ID
(menu code 7 2 2).
Print application parameters:
Printout of one or more initialization
values for the active application program:
On (menu code 7 1 2)
ISO/GLP-compliant printout:
No ISO/GLP-compliant printout
(menu code 8 10 1)
Auto print:
Automatic printout of weight values:
No default setting; see print manual/
automatic (menu code 6 1 2)
Automatic printout after each display cycle
(menu code 6 3 1), cannot be interrupted
by pressing p (menu code 6 2 2)
§ Set the following parameters:
See “Configuring the Balance/Scale”
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Printout without Data ID Codes:
The value currently
displayed is printed (weight
or calculated value with unit)
+
+
+
+
1530.0
58.562
253
88.2
g
ozt
pcs
%
Weight in grams
Weight in Troy ounces
Piece count
Percentage
Printout with Data ID Codes:
The current value displayed
can be printed with a data
ID code of up to 6 characters
at the beginning of the line.
12345678
153.0 g
23.4 g
253 pcs
88.23 %
Identification*
Current net weight
Value in 2nd tare memory
Piece count
Percentage
* = on ISO/GLP records only
Comp7 +
278.1 g
T COMP+
nRef +
21.14 g
10
Net-total: 7th component weight
Net-total: Total
Counting: Reference
sample quantity
Counting: Reference weight
Weighing in percent:
Reference weight
ID
N
T1
Qnt
Prc
+
+
+
+
Print Application Parameters:
You can generate a printout of one or more of the
values configured for
initialization of an application as soon as you
initialize the balance/scale.
wRef
Wxx%
+
+
21.14 g
1200.0 g
N
Stat
Stat
Stat
+
153.0 g
Auto Print:
You can have the weight
readout printed automatically.
L
H
Net weight
Display blank
Display underload
Display overload
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ISO/GLP-compliant Printout/Record
Features
You can have the parameters pertaining
to the ambient weighing conditions
printed before (GLP header) and after
(GLP footer) the values of a weighing
series. These parameters include:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
GLP header:
Date
Time at beginning of measurement
Balance/scale manufacturer
Balance/scale model
Balance/scale serial number
Software version number
Identification number of the current
sampling operation
GLP footer:
– Date
– Time at end of measurement
– Field for operator signature
The record is output to a Sartorius
data printer or a computer.
Settings
● Set the following menu codes
(see “Configuring the Balance/Scale”):
– ISO/GLP-compliant record
after calibration/adjustment only:
menu code 8 10 2; or
ISO/GLP-compliant record always on:
menu code 8 10 3
– Line format for printout: With data ID codes
– 22 characters: menu code 7 2 2
! No ISO/GLP-compliant record is output if
any of the following settings are configured:
menu codes 6 1 4, 6 1 5, 6 1 6 (automatic
printout) and 7 2 1
Function Keys
Press p to output header and first
measured value.
> Header is output the first time p
is pressed
To output header and reference data
automatically with an application program
active: Press v
End an application:
1) Output GLP footer: Press c
2) End application program: Press c
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The ISO/GLP-compliant record can contain the following lines:
-------------------17-Jan-2001
10:15
SARTORIUS AG
Mod.
CP8201
Ser. no.
10105355
Ver. no.
00-13-01
ID
2690 923
-------------------L ID
nRef +
10 pcs
wRef +
21.14 g
Qnt
+
235 pcs
Qnt
+
567 pcs
-------------------17-Jan-2001
10:20
Name:
--------------------
Dotted line
Date/time (beginning of measurement)
Balance/scale manufacturer
Balance/scale model
Balance/scale serial number
Software version
ID
Dotted line
Measurement series no.
Counting: Reference sample quantity
Counting: Reference weight
Counting result
Counting result
Dotted line
Date/time (end of measurement)
Field for operator signature
Blank line
Dotted line
ISO/GLP-compliant printout for external calibration/adjustment:
-------------------17-Jan-2001
10:30
SARTORIUS AG
Mod.
CP8201
Ser. no.
10105355
Ver. no.
00-13-01
ID
2690 923
-------------------Cal. Ext.
Set
+
5000.0 g
Diff. +
0.2 g
Cal. Ext. Complete
Diff. +
0.0 g
-------------------17-Jan-2001
10:32
Name:
--------------------
Dotted line
Date/time (beginning of measurement)
Balance/scale manufacturer
Balance/scale model
Balance/scale serial number
Software version
ID
Dotted line
Calibration/adjustment mode
Calibration weight
Difference after calibration
Confirmation of completed calibration
Difference from nominal value after calibration
Dotted line
Date/time (end of measurement)
Field for operator signature
Blank line
Dotted line
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Data Interface
Purpose
Your balance/scale is comes equipped
with an interface port for connection to a
computer or other peripheral device.
You can use an on-line computer to
change, start and/or monitor the
functions of the balance/scale and the
application programs.
Features
Type of interface: Serial interface
Operating mode: Full duplex
Standard: RS-232
Transmission rates: 150; 300; 600; 1200;
2400; 4800; 9600; 19200 baud
Parity: Mark, space, odd, even
Character format: 1 start bit, 7-bit ASCII,
parity, 1 or 2 stop bits
Handshake: 2-wire interface:
via software (XON/XOFF);
4-wire interface: via hardware handshake
lines (CTS/DTR)
Operating mode: SBI
Data output format of the balance/scale:
16 or 22 characters
Factory settings:
Transmission rate: 1200 baud (5 1 4)
Parity: Odd (5 2 3)
Stop bits: 1 stop bit (5 3 1)
Handshake: Hardware, 2 characters
after CTS (5 4 2)
Operating mode: Standard SBI (5 5 1)
Print manually/automatically:
Manual at stability (6 1 2)
Preparation
§ see “Pin Assignments” and
“Pin Assignment Chart”
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Output Format with 16 Characters
Display segments that are not activated are output as spaces.
The following characters can be output, depending on the characters displayed on
the balance/scale:
Normal Operation
Position
or
or
or
*:
D:
U:
1
+
–
*
2
3
4
.
*
.
*
5
D
.
*
0
6
D
.
*
0
Space
Digit or letter
Unit symbol
7
D
.
*
0
8
D
.
*
0
9
D
.
*
0
CR:
LF:
10
D
.
*
0
11
*
12
U
*
13
U
*
14 15 16
U CR LF
*
12
*
13
*
14 15 16
* CR LF
12
*
13
*
14 15 16
* CR LF
Carriage return
Line feed
Special Codes
Position
1
2
3
4
5
*
6
*
or
or
or
*:
C:
Space
Calibration/adjustment
7
*
H
L
C
8
*
*
*
*
9
*
H:
L:
10
*
11
*
Overload
Underload
Error Codes
Position
*:
# # #:
1
2
3
4
E
Space
Error code number
5
r
6
r
7
*
8
#
9
#
10
#
11
*
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Data output example: + 1255.7 g
Position
1
+
Position 1:
Position 2:
Positions 3–10:
Position 11:
Positions 12–14:
Position 15:
Position 16:
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
1
6
2
7
5
8
5
9
.
10
7
11
*
12
g
13
*
14 15 16
* CR LF
Plus or minus sign or space
Space
Weight with a decimal point; leading zeros = space
Space
Unit symbol or space
Carriage return
Line feed
Data Output with an ID Code (22 Characters)
When data is output with an ID code, the ID code (consisting of 6 characters) precedes the
data with the 16-character format. These 6 characters identify the following value.
1
I
I:
*:
D:
1
2
I
*
3
I
*
4
I
*
5
I
*
6
I
*
ID code character
Space
Digit or letter
7
+
–
*
8
*
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
D D D D D D D D * U U U CR LF
. . . . . . . .
* * *
* * * * * * * *
0 0 0 0 0 0
U: Unit symbol 1)
CR: Carriage return
LF: Line feed
) depends on balance/scale type; e.g., not all units and characters are available on balances
verified for use in legal metrology
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Special Codes
1
S
*:
2
t
3
a
4
t
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
*
Space
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
* * * * * * * * * * * * CR LF
H *
L *
H:
L:
Overload
Underload
Error Codes
1
S
*:
2
t
3
a
4
t
Space
ID code
characters I
Stat
T1
N
N1
Compxx
T COMP
Qnt
wRef
nRef
Prc
Wxx%
pRef
mDef
x-Net
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
*
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
* E r r * # # # * * * * CR LF
# # #:
Error number
Meaning
Status
Tare T1
Net N
Net N1
Net-total: Component no.
Net-total: Total weighed in
Counting: Quantity
Counting: Reference weight
Counting: Reference sample quantity
Weighing in percent: Reference percentage
Weighing in percent: Reference weight
Weighing in percent: Reference percentage
Animal weighing: No. of measurements remaining
Animal weighing: Calculated average
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Data Input Format
You can connect a computer to your balance/scale to send commands via the balance/scale
interface port to control balance/scale functions and applications.
The commands sent are control commands and may have different formats. Control
commands consist of up to 4 characters. Each character must be transmitted according to
the settings configured in the operating menu for data transmission.
Format for Control Commands
Format 1: Esc
!
CR
Format 2: Esc
!
#
Esc: Escape
!: Command character
LF
_
CR
LF
CR: Carriage return (optional)
LF: Line feed (optional)
Command character
!
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
S
T
Z
Format 1:
Meaning
Weighing mode 1 (very stable conditions)
Weighing mode 2 (stable conditions)
Weighing mode 3 (unstable conditions)
Weighing mode 4 (very unstable conditions)
Block keys
p key (print, auto print; activate or block)
Release keys
Restart/Self-test
t key
Internal calibration/adjustment*
Command character
!#
f0
f1
s3
x0
x1
x2
Format 2:
Meaning
Function key v
Function key q
c key
Perform internal calibration*
Print balance/scale model
Print weighing cell serial number
* = for models with built-in motorized calibration weight only
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Synchronization
Handshake
During data communication between
the balance/scale and an on-line device
(computer), messages consisting of
ASCII characters are transmitted via the
interface. For error-free data communication, the parameters for baud rate,
parity, handshake mode and character
format must be the same for both units.
The balance/scale interface (Sartorius Scale
Interface = SBI) has transmit and receive
buffers. You can define the handshake
parameter in the Setup menu:
– Hardware handshake (CTS/DTR)
– Software handshake (XON, XOFF)
Hardware Handshake
You can set these parameters in the
Setup menu so that they match those of
the on-line device. You can also define
parameters in the balance/scale to
make data output dependent on various
conditions. The conditions that can be
configured are described under each
of the application program descriptions.
If you do not plug a peripheral device
into the balance/scale interface port, this
will not generate an error message.
With a 4-wire interface, 1 more character
can be transmitted after CTS (Clear to Send).
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Software Handshake
The software handshake is controlled
via XON and XOFF. When a device
is switched on, XON must be transmitted
to enable any connected device to
communicate.
If you select the auto print setting, data will
be transmitted immediately the moment you
turn on the balance/scale.
In the operating menu, you can define
whether automatic printing can be stopped
by pressing p.
Faster Output Speeds
Data Output by Print Command
The print command can be transmitted
by pressing p or by a software
command (Esc P).
Automatic Data Output
In the “auto print” operating mode, data
is output to the interface port without
a print command. You can choose
to have data output automatically at
defined print intervals with or without
the stability parameter. Whichever
parameter you select, the data will be
output as the readouts appear on the
balance/scale display. The display update
frequency depends on the settings for
“Adapting the filter” (1 1 x) and “Timedependent automatic printing” (6 3 x).
If you require output speeds faster than 10 Hz,
please contact Sartorius for information.
Pin Assignment Chart
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Female interface connector:
25-contact D-Submini DB25S with screw-lock hardware
Male connector used (please use connectors with the same specifications):
25-pin D-Submini DB25 with integrated shielded cable clamp assembly (Amp 826 985-1C)
and fastening screws (Amp type 164868-1)
! Warning When Using Pre-wired RS-232 Connecting Cables:
RS-232 cables purchased from other manufacturers often have incorrect pin assignments
for use with Sartorius balances/scales. Be sure to check the pin assignment against the chart
below before connecting the cable, and disconnect any lines marked “Internally Connected”
(e.g., pin 6). Failure to do so may damage or even completely ruin your balance/scale and/or
peripheral device.
Pin Assignment Chart:
Pin 1: Shield
Pin 2: Data output (TxD)
Pin 3: Data input (RxD)
Pin 4: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 5: Clear to send (CTS)
Pin 6: Internally connected
Pin 7: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 8: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 9: Reset _ In *)
Pin 10: Not connected
Pin 11: +12 V
Pin 12: Reset _ Out *)
For remote switch
Pin 13: + 5 V
Pin 14: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 15: Universal remote switch
Pin 16: Not connected
Pin 17: Not connected
Pin 18: Not connected
Pin 19: Not connected
Pin 20: Data terminal ready (DTR)
Pin 21: Ground input for external supply voltage
Pin 22: Not connected
Pin 23: Not connected
Pin 24: Ext. supply voltage input + 12 ... 30 V
Pin 25: + 5 V
*) = Hardware restart
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Cabling Diagram
– For connecting a computer or other peripheral device to the balance/scale using the
RS-232-C/V24 protocol and cables up to 15 m (50 ft.) long.
V24
Balance/scale
Type of cable: AWG 24 specification
Peripheral Device
PC
PC
25-pin
or
9-pin
2
3
20
4
3
2
5
8
6
6
7
5
Error Codes
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Error codes are shown on the main display for 2 seconds. The program then returns
automatically to the previous mode (e.g., weighing).
Display
No segments appear
on the display
h
l or Err 54
err 01
err 02
err 10
err 11
err 22
err 30
Cause
No AC power is available
The AC adapter is not
plugged in
The load exceeds the
balance/scale capacity
Something is touching
the load plate
Data output not compatible
with output format
Calibration parameter
not met; e.g.:
– balance/scale not zeroed
– balance/scale is loaded
The t key is blocked
when there is data in
the second tare memory
(net-total) – only 1 tare function
can be used at a time
Tare memory not allowed
Weight is too light or there is no
sample on the balance/scale
Interface port for printer
output is blocked
Solution
Check the AC power supply
Plug in the AC adapter
Unload the balance/scale
Move the object that is
touching the load place
Change the configuration in
the operating menu
Calibrate only when zero
is displayed
Press t to zero the
balance/scale
Unload the balance/scale
Press c to clear the
tare memory and release
the tare key
Press t
Increase the weight on the
balance/scale
Reset the menu (restore
factory settings)
or
Contact your local Sartorius
Service Center
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Display
err 235
on the CP225D
The weight readout
changes constantly
The weight readout
is obviously wrong
Cause
Connecting cable not
connected correctly
Connection to junction
on a different balance/scale
Unstable ambient
conditions
A foreign object is caught
between the load plate and the
balance/scale frame
The balance/scale has not
been calibrated/adjusted
The balance/scale was not
zeroed before weighing
Solution
Connect the cable correctly
Connect the equipment
correctly
Set up the balance/scale
in another area
Remove the foreign object
Calibrate/adjust the
balance/scale
Tare or zero the balance/scale
before weighing
If any other errors occur, contact your local Sartorius Service Center!
Contact information:
Please point your Internet browser to: www.sartorius.com
Care and Maintenance
Service
Regular servicing by a Sartorius
technician will extend the service life
of your balance/scale and ensure its
continued weighing accuracy. Sartorius
can offer you service contracts, with
your choice of regular maintenance intervals ranging from 1 month to 2 years.
The optimum maintenance interval
depends on the operating conditions
at the place of installation and on
the individual tolerance requirements.
Repairs
Repair work must be performed by
trained service technicians. Any attempt
by untrained persons to perform repairs
may lead to hazards for the user.
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Cleaning
! Unplug the AC adapter from the wall outlet
(mains supply). If you have an interface
cable connected to the balance/scale port,
unplug it from the port.
! Make sure that no liquid enters the
balance/scale housing
! Do not use any aggressive cleaning agents
(solvents or similar agents)
§ Clean the balance/scale using a piece
of cloth which has been wet with a mild
detergent (soap)
§ After cleaning, wipe down the balance/scale
with a soft, dry cloth
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§
§
§
§
Cleaning the Weighing Chamber and
Draft Shield
Open the draft shield cover and take out
the removable parts
Use a hand-held vacuum cleaner and
mini-hose to remove any powdered sample
material carefully.
Use blotting paper to remove any liquid sample material.
On models with a 3-sided draft shield,
pull the 3 draft shield walls upwards to
remove, if necessary.
Safety Inspection
If there is any indication that safe operation
of the balance/scale with the AC adapter
is no longer warranted:
§ Turn off the power and disconnect the
equipment from AC power immediately
> Lock the equipment in a secure place
to ensure that it cannot be used for the
time being
–
–
–
–
–
Safe operation of the balance/scale with the
AC adapter is no longer ensured when:
there is visible damage to the AC adapter.
the AC adapter no longer functions properly.
the AC adapter has been stored for a relatively
long period under unfavorable conditions.
Maintenance and repair work may be
performed only by service technicians who are
authorized by Sartorius and who
have access to the required maintenance
manuals.
have attended the relevant service
training courses.
We recommend having the power supply
inspected by a certified electrician at
regular intervals, according to the checklist
given below:
– Insulating resistance > 7 megaohms measured
with a constant voltage of at least 500 V at a
500 kohm load
– Leakage current: < 0.05mA measured with a
properly calibrated multimeter
Instructions for Recycling
the Packaging
To ensure safe shipment, your balance/scale
has been packaged using environmentally
friendly materials. After successful installation of the balance/scale, you should return
this packaging for recycling.
For information on recycling options,
including recycling of old weighing
equipment, contact your municipal waste
disposal center or local recycling depot.
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Overview
Specifications
Competence Series
Model
Weighing capacity
g
CP225D
CP324S
CP224S
CP124S
CP64
40/80/220
320
220
120
64
Readability
mg
0.01/0.01/0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
Tare range (subtractive)
g
–220
–320
–220
–120
–64
Repeatability (std. deviation)
≤±mg
0.02/0.05/0.1
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
Linearity
≤±mg
0.03/0.1/0.2
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.2
Response time (average)
s
≤ 12/3
≤3
≤2
≤2
≤2
Operating temperature range °C
+10.… +30 °C (50° to 86° F)
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
°C
+5.… +40 °C (41°F to 104°F)
Sensitivity drift within
+10… +30 °C
≤±/K
1 ·10–6
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class…)
g
200 (E2)
200 +
100 (E2)
200 (E2)
100 (E2)
50 (E2)
Net weight, approx.
kg
7.6
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
Pan size (inner diameter)*
mm
80 ‡
Pan surface*
cm2
64
22
22
Weighing chamber height
(from pan to cover)
mm
232
Dimensions (WƒDƒH)
mm
213ƒ342ƒ340
AC power source/
Power requirements
V~
AC adapter, 230 V or 115 V, +15%…–20%
(protection rating IP20)
Frequency
Hz
48 – 60
Power consumption (average) VA
maximum 16; typical 8
Approx. hours of operation
with the YRB08Z
rechargeable battery pack
20
h
22
22
Selectable weight units
Grams, kilograms, carats, pounds, ounces, Troy ounces,
Hong Kong taels, Singapore taels, Taiwanese taels, grains,
pennyweights, milligrams, parts per pound, Chinese taels,
mommes, Austrian carats, tola, baht and mesghal
Built-in interface
Format:
Parity:
Transmission rates:
Handshake mode:
RS-232/V24-V28
7-bit ASCII, 1 start bit, 1 or 2 stop bits
Mark, odd, even or space
150 to 19,200 baud
Software or hardware
* Three-sided weighing pan: ‡ = Diameter of inner circle.
The cross-hatched section can be fully utilized.
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Gemplus Series
Model
Weighing capacity
ct
GC1603P
GC803S
GC803P
GC2502
800/1600
800
400/800
2500 (500 g)
0.01 1)
Readability
ct
0.001/0.01
0.001
0.001/0.01
Tare range (subtractive)
ct
–1600
–800
–800
–2500
Repeatability (std. deviation)
≤± ct
0.001/0.01
0.001
0.001/0.01
0.01
0.001
0.001
0.01
Linearity
≤± ct
0.002
Response time (average)
s
≤2
Operating temperature range °C
+10.… +30 °C (50°F to 86°F)
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
°C
+5.… +40 °C (41°F to 104°F)
Sensitivity drift within
+10… +30 °C
≤±/K
1 ·10–6
1 ·10–6
1 ·10–6
2 ·10–6
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class…)
g
200 +
100 (E2)
100 (E2)
100 (E2)
200 (F1)
Net weight, approx.
kg
6.1
Pan size (inner diameter)*
mm
80 ‡
80 ‡
80 ‡
110 ‡
Pan surface*
cm2
64
64
64
120
Weighing chamber height
(from pan to cover)
mm
162
Dimensions (WƒDƒH)
mm
213ƒ342ƒ270
AC power source/
Power requirements
V~
AC adapter, 230 V or 115 V, +15%…–20%
(protection rating IP20)
Frequency
Hz
48 – 60
Power consumption (average) VA
maximum 16; typical 8
Approx. hours of operation
with the YRB08Z
rechargeable battery pack
22
h
22
22
27
Selectable weight units
Grams, kilograms, carats, pounds, ounces, Troy ounces,
Hong Kong taels, Singapore taels, Taiwanese taels, grains,
pennyweights, milligrams, parts per pound, Chinese taels,
mommes, Austrian carats, tola, baht and mesghal
Built-in interface
Format:
Parity:
Transmission rates:
Handshake mode:
RS-232/V24-V28
7-bit ASCII, 1 start bit, 1 or 2 stop bits
Mark, odd, even or space
150 to 19,200 baud
Software or hardware
1
) For readability 0.005 ct, select menu code 1 8 1 or 3 2 1 (see “Configuring the Balance/Scale”)
* Three-sided weighing pan: ‡ = Diameter of inner circle.
The cross-hatched section can be fully utilized.
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Competence Series
Model
CP423S
CP323S
CP323P
CP153
Weighing capacity
g
420
320
80/160/320
150
Readability
g
0.001
0.001
0.001/0.002/
0.005
0.001
Tare range (subtractive)
g
–420
–320
–320
–150
Repeatability (std. deviation)
≤± g
0.001
0.001
0.001/0.001/
0.003
0.001
Linearity
≤± g
0.002
0.002
0.002/0.002/
0.005
0.001
Response time (average)
s
≤ 1.5
100 (F1)
100 (F1)
Operating temperature range °C
+10.…+30 °C (50°F to 86°F)
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
°C
0.…+40 °C (32°F to 104°F)
Sensitivity drift within
+10…+30 °C
≤±/K
2 ·10–6
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class…)
g
200 (F1)
Net weight, approx.
kg
3.7
Pan size (inner diameter)*
mm
110 ‡
Pan surface*
cm2
120
200 (F1)
Weighing chamber height
(from pan to cover)
mm
50
Dimensions (WƒDƒH)
mm
213ƒ342ƒ153
AC power source/
Power requirements
V~
AC adapter, 230 V or 115 V, +15%…–20%
(protection rating IP20)
Frequency
Hz
48 – 60
Power consumption (average) VA
maximum 16; typical 8
Approx. hours of operation
with the YRB08Z
rechargeable battery pack
27
h
Selectable weight units
Grams, kilograms, carats, pounds, ounces, Troy ounces,
Hong Kong taels, Singapore taels, Taiwanese taels, grains,
pennyweights, milligrams, parts per pound, Chinese taels,
mommes, Austrian carats, tola, baht and mesghal
Built-in interface
Format:
Parity:
Transmission rates:
Handshake mode:
RS-232/V24-V28
7-bit ASCII, 1 start bit, 1 or 2 stop bits
Mark, odd, even or space
150 to 19,200 baud
Software or hardware
* Three-sided weighing pan: ‡ = Diameter of inner circle.
The cross-hatched section can be fully utilized.
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Competence and Gemplus Series
Model
CP4202S
CP3202S,
GP3202
CP3202P
CP2202S
Weighing capacity
g
4200
3200
800/1600/
3200
2200
Readability
g
0.01
0.01
0.01/0.02/
0.05
0.01
Tare range (subtractive)
g
–4200
–3200
–3200
–2200
Repeatability (std. deviation)
≤± g
0.01
0.01
0.01/0.01/0.03
0.01
0.02
0.02/0.02/0.05
0.02
1000 (F1)
1000 (F1)
Linearity
≤± g
0.02
Response time (average)
s
≤ 1.5
Operating temperature range °C
+10.…+30 °C (50°F to 86°F)
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
0.…+40 °C (32°F to 104°F)
Sensitivity drift within
+10…+30 °C
°C
≤±/K
2 ·10–6
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class…)
g
2000 (F1)
Net weight, approx.
kg
4.0
Pan size
mm
190ƒ204
Pan surface
cm2
369
Dimensions (WƒDƒH)
mm
213ƒ342ƒ88
AC power source/
Power requirements
V~
AC adapter, 230 V or 115 V, +15%…–20%
(protection rating IP20)
Frequency
Hz
2000 (F1)
48 – 60
Power consumption (average) VA
maximum 16; typical 8
Approx. hours of operation
with the YRB08Z
rechargeable battery pack
27
h
Selectable weight units
Grams, kilograms, carats, pounds, ounces, Troy ounces,
Hong Kong taels, Singapore taels, Taiwanese taels, grains,
pennyweights, milligrams, parts per pound, Chinese taels,
mommes, Austrian carats, tola, baht and mesghal
Built-in interface
Format:
Parity:
Transmission rates:
Handshake mode:
RS-232/V24-V28
7-bit ASCII, 1 start bit, 1 or 2 stop bits
Mark, odd, even or space
150 to 19,200 baud
Software or hardware
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Competence Series
Model
CP622
CP8201,
GP8201
CP6201
CP4201
CP2201
2200
Weighing capacity
g
620
8200
6200
4200
Readability (scale interval)
g
0.01
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
Tare range (subtractive)
g
–620
–8200
–6200
–4200
–2200
Repeatability (std. deviation)
≤±g
0.01
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
Linearity
≤±g
0.02
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
Response time (average)
s
≤1
Operating temperature range °C
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
+10.…+30 °C (50°F to 86°F)
°C
0.…+40 °C (32°F to 104°F)
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
≤±/K
5 ·10–6
5 ·10–6
5 ·10–6
10 · 10–6
10 · 10–6
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class…)
g
500 (F2)
5000 (F1)
5000 (F2)
2000 (F2)
2000 (F2)
Net weight. approx.
kg
2.8
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
Pan size
mm
154 ‡*
190ƒ204
190ƒ204
190ƒ204
190ƒ204
Pan surface
cm2
227*
369
369
369
369
Dimensions (WƒDƒH)
mm
213ƒ342ƒ90
AC power source/
power requirements
V~
AC adapter, 230 V or 115 V, +15%…–20%
(protection rating IP20)
Frequency
Hz
48 – 60
Power consumption (average) VA
maximum 16; typical 8
Approx. hours of operation
with the YRB05Z
rechargeable battery pack
40
h
Selectable weight units
Grams, kilograms, carats, pounds, ounces, Troy ounces,
Hong Kong taels, Singapore taels, Taiwanese taels, grains,
pennyweights, milligrams, parts per pound, Chinese taels,
mommes, Austrian carats, tola, baht and mesghal
Built-in interface
Format:
Parity:
Transmission rates:
Handshake mode:
RS-232/V24-V28
7-bit ASCII, 1 start bit, 1 or 2 stop bits
Mark, odd, even or space
150 to 19,200 baud
Software or hardware
* Three-sided weighing pan: ‡ = Diameter of inner circle.
The cross-hatched section can be fully utilized.
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Competence Series
Model
Weighing capacity
kg
CP34001S
CP34001P
CP16001S
CP12001S
CP34000
34
8/16/34
16
12
34
Readability (scale interval)
g
0.1
0.1/0.2/0.5
0.1
0.1
1
Tare range (subtractive)
kg
–34
–34
–16
–12
–34
Repeatability (std. deviation)
≤±g
0.1
0.05/0.05/0.1
0.05
0.05
0.5
Linearity
≤±g
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.5
Response time (average)
s
≤2
≤2
≤2
≤2
≤ 1.5
10 (F1)
10 (F1)
10 (F2)
Operating temperature range °C
+10.…+30 °C (50°F to 86°F)
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
°C
0.…+40 °C (32°F to 104°F)
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
≤±/K
2·10–6
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class…)
kg
10 (F1)
Net weight, approx.
kg
16
Pan size
mm
300x400
Dimensions (WƒDƒH)
mm
313ƒ532ƒ120
AC power source/
Power requirements
V~
AC adapter, 230 V or 115 V,
(protection rating IP20)
Frequency
Hz
10 (F2)
48 – 60
Power consumption (average) VA
maximum 16; typical 8
Approx. hours of operation
with the YRB06Z
rechargeable battery pack
22
h
Selectable weight units
Grams, kilograms, carats, pounds, ounces, Troy ounces,
Hong Kong taels, Singapore taels, Taiwanese taels, grains,
pennyweights, milligrams, parts per pound, Chinese taels,
mommes, Austrian carats, tola, baht and mesghal
Built-in interface
Format:
Parity:
Transmission rates:
Handshake mode:
RS-232/V24-V28
7-bit ASCII, 1 start bit, 1 or 2 stop bits
Mark, odd, even or space
150 to 19,200 baud
Software or hardware
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Accessories (Options)
Product
Order No.
Data printer
with date/time, statistics
evaluation and transaction
counter functions and LCD
YDP03-0CE
Remote display, reflective
(data interface required)
YRD02Z
Remote display, transmissive
(for overhead projectors)
(data interface required)
YRD13Z
External rechargeable battery pack
– for models with weighing capacities
under 10 kg
– for models with weighing capacities
over 10 kg
> with battery-level indicator (LED);
can be recharged using the AC adapter
(time it takes to charge the discharged
battery pack: 15 hours); see
“Specifications” for hours of operation
YRB05Z
YRB06Z
To recharge the battery pack:
– Unplug the AC adapter from
the balance/scale and plug it into
the battery pack
Carrying case
– for models with analytical
draft shield chamber
– for models with weighing capacities
up to 10 kg and without analytical
draft shield chamber
YDB01CP
YDB02CP
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Calibration weights:
For model:
CP64
CP124S, GC803S, GC803P
CP323P, CP153
CP225D, CP224S
CP324S, GC1603P
CP423S, CP323S, GC2502
CP622
CP3202P, CP2202S
CP4202S, CP3202S,
GP3202, CP4201, CP2201
CP8201, CP6201
CP34001S, CP34001P,
CP16001S, CP12001S,
CP34000
Accuracy
class (OIML)
E2
E2
F1
E2
E2
F1
F2
F1
Weight
in grams
1ƒ50
1ƒ100
1ƒ100
1ƒ200
1ƒ200+
1ƒ100
1ƒ200
1ƒ500
1ƒ1000
YCW4528
YCW5128
YCW5138
YCW5228
YCW5228+
YCW5128
YCW5238
YCW5548
YCW6138
F1
F1
1ƒ2000
1ƒ5000
YCW6238
YCW6538
F1
1ƒ10000
YCW7138
SartoConnect data transfer software
for connecting your Sartorius balance/scale to a PC running
the Windows 95, 98 or NT operating system.
This software lets you transfer the data recorded by your balance/scale
to any PC application program (e.g., Excel).
Order no.:
YSC01L
Density determination kit
– for CP225D, CP324S, CP124S, CP64
YDK01
Antistatic weighing pan
– for CP225D, CP324S, CP124S, CP64
YWP01CP
Dust cover
for precision balances/scales
Information
on request
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Product
Order No.
Industrial AC adapter, model ING1
for balances/scales with weighing capacities
of up to 10 kg; protection rating: IP65
in accordance with DIN VDE 0470/
DIN EN 60529
– for 230 V
69 71476
– for 120 V
69 71480
Industrial AC adapter, model ING2
for balances/scales with weighing capacities
over 10 kg; protection rating: IP65
in accordance with DIN VDE 0470/
DIN EN 60529
– for 230 V
69 71899
– for 120 V
69 71500
Analytical draft shield chamber
– for CP423S, CP323S, CP323P,
CP153, GC2502
YDS01CP
Draft shield cover with opening
– for CP423S, CP323S, CP323P,
CP153, GC2502
YDS02CP
Data cable
– for PC-connection, 25-pin
– for PC-connection, 9-pin
7357312
7357314
Adapter: D-Sub 25-pin
to D-Sub 9-position; length: 0.25 m
6965619
Universal remote control switch
for remote control of one of the
following functions (configured in the
balance/scale menu):
p, t, c or v
(see “Configuring the Balance/Scale”
for details):
Foot switch with T-connector
Hand switch with T-connector
YFS01
YHS02
T-connector
YTC01
! The T-connector is not intended for use
with multiple intelligent peripheral devices,
such as PCs or YDP03-0CE printers.
Declaration of Conformity
C
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Weender Landstrasse 94–108
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Phone +49.551.308.0
Fax +49.551.308.3289
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specifications and design of the
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