MS-TS_Operating Manual_30235435A

MS-TS_Operating Manual_30235435A
Operating Instructions
Precision and Analytical Balances
MS-TS
MS
MS
MS
MS
Table of Contents
1 2 3 4 5 Introduction
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1.1 7
Conventions and symbols used in these operating instructions
Safety Information
8
2.1 2.2 8
8
Definition of signal warnings and symbols
Product safety information
Design and Function
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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.2.1 3.3.2.2 3.3.3 10
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Components
Keys on the terminal
User Interface
Application home screen
Input Dialogs
Entering Text and Numbers
Changing time and date
Lists and tables
Installation and Putting into Operation
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4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.8.1 4.8.2 16
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Scope of delivery
Installing the components
Selecting the location
Connecting instrument
Leveling the balance
Levelling the balance with the level indicator
Leveling the balance with the leveling assistant
Transporting the balance
Weighing below the balance
General requirements
Warming up the balance
Adjusting the balance
Weighing made simple
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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.4.1 5.4.2 5.4.3 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 24
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Switching on the balance
Switching off the balance
Main settings and activities at a glance
Navigation on the touch screen
Opening an application
Scrolling
Using shortcuts
Performing a simple Weighing
Switching the weighing unit
Changing the resolution
Zero setting
Taring
Closing an application
Table of Contents 3
6 5.11 Working with IDs
5.11.1 Autoincrement
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Activities
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6.1 6.1.1 6.1.2 6.2 6.2.1 6.2.2 6.2.3 7 8 9 10 11 12 4 Table of Contents
Activities - Weighing and other applications
Check Weighing
Totaling
Activities - Adjustments and tests
FACT Fully automatic adjustment
Internal Adjustment
External Adjustment
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General settings
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7.1 7.1.1 7.1.2 7.1.3 7.1.4 7.1.5 7.1.6 7.2 7.2.1 7.2.2 7.2.3 7.2.4 7.2.5 7.2.6 Quick setting/Preferences
Date and time
Brightness
Sound
Language
Glove mode
Leveling assistant
General configuration and data
Weighing options
Publishing
Devices and connectivity
System settings
ISO-log
Access protection
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Communication with Peripheral Devices
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8.1 8.2 Function PC-Direct
USB Device Interface
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Firmware (Software) Updates
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9.1 9.2 54
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Operating principle
Update procedure
Maintenance
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10.1 10.2 56
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Cleaning the glass draft shield (0.1 mg and 1 mg models)
Disposal
Interface Specification
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11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 58
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RS232C interface
USB host
USB device
MT-SICS interface commands and functions
Technical Data
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12.1 60
General data
12.2 12.2.1 12.2.2 12.2.3 12.2.4 12.3 12.3.1 12.3.2 12.3.3 12.3.4 13 Model-specific data
Balances with readability of 0.1 mg, S platform with draft shield
Balances with readability of 1 mg, S platform with draft shield
Balances with readability of 0.01 g, S platform
Balances with readability of 0.1 g to 1 g, S platform
Dimensions
Balances with readability of 0.1 mg and draft shield
Balances with readability of 1 mg and draft shield
Balances with readability of 0.01 g
Balances with readability of 0.1 g to 1 g
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Accessories and Spare Parts
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13.1 13.2 73
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Index
Accessories
Spare parts
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Table of Contents 5
1 Introduction
Thank you for choosing a METTLER TOLEDO balance. The precision and analytical balances of the
MS-TS line combine a large number of weighing possibilities with easy operation.
These operating instructions apply to all balance models of the MS-TS line and are based on the ini­
tially installed firmware (software) version V 3.20.
u www.mt.com/balances
1.1 Conventions and symbols used in these operating instructions
Key and button designations are indicated by a picture or text in square brackets (e.g.
[Weighing]).
These symbols indicate an instruction:
prerequisites
1
2…
steps
results
Introduction 7
2 Safety Information
2.1 Definition of signal warnings and symbols
Safety notes are marked with signal words and warning symbols. These show safety issues and warn­
ings. Ignoring the safety notes may lead to personal injury, damage to the instrument, malfunctions
and false results.
WARNING
for a hazardous situation with medium risk, possibly resulting in
severe injuries or death if not avoided.
CAUTION
for a hazardous situation with low risk, resulting in damage to the
device or the property or in loss of data, or minor or medium injuries if
not avoided.
Attention
(no symbol)
for important information about the product.
Note
(no symbol)
for useful information about the product.
General hazard
Electrical shock
2.2 Product safety information
Intended use
Your balance is used for weighing. Use the balance exclusively for this purpose. Any other type of use
and operation beyond the limits of technical specifications without written consent from Mettler-Toledo
AG, is considered as not intended.
It is not permitted to use the instrument in explosive atmosphere of gases, steam, fog,
dust and flammable dust (hazardous environments).
General safety information
This balance complies with current industry standards and the recognized safety regulations; however,
it can constitute a hazard in use. Do not open the balance housing: The balance contains no user-ser­
viceable parts. In the event of problems, please contact a METTLER TOLEDO representative.
Always operate and use your instrument only in accordance with the instructions contained in this
manual. The instructions for setting up your new instrument must be strictly observed.
If the instrument is not used according to these Operating Instructions, protection of the instru­
ment may be impaired and METTLER TOLEDO assumes no liability.
Staff safety
These operating instructions must be read and understood before using the balance. These operating
instructions must be retained for future reference.
The balance must not be altered or modified in any way. Only use METTLER TOLEDO original spare
parts and accessories.
8 Safety Information
Safety notes
CAUTION
Damage to the balance
a) Only use indoors in dry locations.
b) Do not use pointed objects to operate the touch screen!
The balance is of a very sturdy design, but is still a precision instrument. It
must be handled with care.
c) Do not open the balance:
The balance contains no user-serviceable parts. In the event of problems,
please contact a METTLER TOLEDO representative.
d) Only use METTLER TOLEDO original accessories and peripheral devices for
the balance.
These are specifically designed for the balance.
WARNING
Risk of electric shock
Use only the original universal AC/DC adapter delivered with your balance, and
check that the voltage printed on it is the same as your local power supply
voltage. Only plug the adapter into a socket which is grounded.
Safety Information 9
3 Design and Function
3.1 Components
0.1 g
0.01 g
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5
6
7
7
9
9
C
MS
MS
2
1
10
1
2
10
0.1 mg
3
3
5
5
7
7
MS
6
MS
4
1
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12
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2
3
4
5
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2
10 4
Capacitive color TFT touch screen
Operation keys
Glass draft shield
Handle for operation of the draft shield door
Weighing pan
Draft ring
Level indicator
Kensington slot for anti-theft purposes
Safety feet (with 0.01 g and 0.1 g models)
Leveling foot
USB Device connection
RS232C serial interface
Socket for AC/DC adapter
USB Host connection
Product label
3.2 Keys on the terminal
2
1
No.
1
Key
3
4
5
Name
ON/OFF
Explanation
To switch the instrument on or off.
2
3
Capacitive color TFT touch screen
Tare
General navigation
To tare the scale.
4
Zero
To zero the scale.
5
Home
To return from any menu level, or other win­
dow to the application home screen.
3.3 User Interface
The screen is a capacitive color TFT touch screen. The screen not only displays information, it also
allows you to enter commands by tapping on certain areas on its surface. You can choose the infor­
mation displayed on the screen, change terminal settings or perform certain operations on the instru­
ment.
Only those elements which are available for the current dialog appear on the display.
CAUTION
Do not touch the touch screen with pointed or sharp objects!
This may damage the touch screen.
Design and Function 11
3.3.1 Application home screen
The application home screen appears after the startup of the instrument. It is always the last applica­
tion that was used before the balance was switched off. The application home screen is the main
screen of the balance, from where every function can be accessed. You can always return to the appli­
cation home screen by tapping on the home button [ ] in the right bottom corner.
Information and work bars
1
2
3
4
Name
Weighing information bar
Work title bar
Value bar
Main navigation
Explanation
Shows the weighing-in aid and general balance information.
Shows information about the current activity.
Shows information about the current weighing process.
Work-related functions.
Information fields
5
Name
Weighing-in aid
6
7
8
Short balance information
Weighing value field
Coach text field
Explanation
A dynamic graphic indicator showing the used amount of the
total weighing range.
Readability and maximum capacity of the balance.*
Shows the value of the current weighing process.
Shows instructions to the current weighing process.
* For approved balances: Min (minimum capacity) and e (Verification scale interval) are shown in the
left upper corner.
Action buttons
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Name
Application main configura­
tion
Detailed balance Information
Weighing unit
Activities
Print
Settings/Preferences
Status information field
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Explanation
To configure the current application (e.g. Weighing).
Shows detailed technical data of the balance.
Shows the unit of the current weighing process.
To open the activities selection.
To produce a print.
To configure the quick settings/preferences.
Shows information about the system status.
3.3.2 Input Dialogs
3.3.2.1 Entering Text and Numbers
The keyboard dialog allows you to enter characters including letters, numbers and a variety of special
characters.
1
2
Name
Input field
Switch
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Discard
Delete all
Scroll
Delete
Confirm
Shift
Specialized tabs
10
Explanation field
Explanation
Shows the characters that have been entered.
If a switch appears located on the right side in the content title bar, it must
be switched on for entering a value.
To discard the entered data and to exit the dialog.
To delete every entered character.
To navigate when the dialog consists of several steps.
To delete the last entered character.
To confirm the entered data.
To enter lower or upper case letters.
To switch the keyboard mode for entering letters, numbers or special
characters.
Extra information about the value to enter (e.g. the maximum number of
characters).
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3.3.2.2 Changing time and date
The dialog (Picker view) allows you to set the time/date.
1
2
3
4
Name
Change time/date format
Pick button
Picker field
Pick button
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Explanation
Different time/date formats can be chosen.
Increment
Shows the chosen time/date.
Decrement
3.3.3 Lists and tables
Basic elements of a simple list includes a content title and a list of the sub-elements. Tapping on an
element opens a list of sub-elements or an input dialog.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name
List title
Back button
List element title
List element description
Scroll position
Selection bars
Explanation
Title of the current list
Goes one step back.
Title of the list element
Shows the sub-elements.
The list can be scrolled.
Shows bars of the selectable sub-categories.
Design and Function 15
4 Installation and Putting into Operation
In this section you will find information how to put your new instrument into operation.
4.1 Scope of delivery
Components
Draft shield
0.1 mg
236 mm
168 mm
Weighing pan
1 mg
–
–
Ø 90 mm
–
127 x 127 mm
–
170 x 200 mm
–
–
190 x 226 mm
–
–
Draft shield element
0.01 g
–
0.1 g
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Pan support
Bottom plate
ESD plate
–
–
–
–
–
–
Protective cover
Universal AC/DC adapter (country specific)
AC/DC adapter (without power cable)
Operating instructions printed or on CD-ROM
depending on the country
Quick guide
EC declaration of conformity
16 Installation and Putting into Operation
4.2 Installing the components
Balances with readability of 0.1 mg and draft
shield (236 mm)
6
5
Place the following components on the balance in
the specified order:
4
Note
Push the side glass back as far as it will go and
grasp the draft shield (1) with both hands on the
bars at the top.
1 Turn draft shield lock (2) to position " "
2
3
4
(unlock).
Place draft shield on the balance.
3
1
Turn draft shield lock to " " (lock) and place
bottom plate (3).
Place draft shield element (4) and weighing
pan (6) with pan support (5).
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MS
Note
For cleaning the draft shield see section "Mainte­
nance and cleaning".
Balances with readability of 1 mg and draft
shield (168 mm)
5
Place the following components on the balance in
the specified order:
4
Note: Push the side glass back as far as it will go
and grasp the draft shield (1) with both hands on
the bars at the top.
1 Turn draft shield lock (2) to position " "
3
2
3
4
(unlock).
Place draft shield on the balance.
Turn draft shield lock to " " (lock) and place
bottom plate (3).
Place weighing pan (5) with pan support
(4).
1
2
MS
Note
For cleaning the draft shield see section "Mainte­
nance and cleaning".
Installation and Putting into Operation 17
Balances with readability of 0.01 g
– Place the following components on the bal­
ance in the specified order:
4
●
ESD plate (1)
3
●
Pan support (2)
2
●
Weighing pan (3)
1
●
Draft shield element (4)
MS
Balances with readability of 0.1 g
– Place the following components on the bal­
ance in the specified order:
3
●
ESD plate (1)
●
Pan support (2)
2
●
Weighing pan (3)
1
MS
4.3 Selecting the location
Your balance is a precision instrument and will thank you for an optimum location with high accuracy
and dependability. Select a stable position that is as horizontal as possible. The surface must be able
to safety carry the weight of a fully loaded balance.
Observe ambient conditions (see Technical Data).
Avoid the following:
●
Direct sunlight
●
Powerful drafts (e.g. from fans or air conditioners)
●
Excessive temperature fluctuations
●
Vibrations
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4.4 Connecting instrument
WARNING
Risk of electric shock
a) To connect the balance, only use the supplied three-core power cable with
equipment grounding conductor.
b) Only connect the balance to a three-pin power socket with earthing con­
tact.
c) Only standardized extension cable with equipment grounding conductor
must be used for operation of the balance.
d) Intentional disconnection of the equipment grounding conductor is forbid­
den.
Your balance is supplied with an country-specific AC/DC adapter or with a country-specific power
cable. The power supply is suitable for all line voltages in the range: 100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz. For
detailed specifications, see Technical Data.
Attention:
Allow your balance to warm up for 30 minutes (0.1 mg models 60 minutes) to enable it to adapt
itself to the ambient conditions.
Connect the AC/DC adapter to the connection socket on the back of your
balance (see figure) and to the power line.
Attention
●
Check if your local power supply falls within this range. If this is not the case, under no circum­
stances connect the AC/DC adapter to the power supply, but contact a METTLER TOLEDO repre­
sentative.
●
The power plug must be accessible at all times.
●
Prior to use, check the power cable for damage.
●
Route the cable in such a way that it cannot be damaged or cause a hindrance when working.
●
Ensure that no liquid comes into contact with the AC/DC adapter.
Installation and Putting into Operation 19
4.5 Leveling the balance
Exact horizontal positioning and stable installation are prerequisites for repeatable and accurate
results.
Note
To compensate for small irregularities or inclinations (±2 %) at the location, the instrument must be
leveled and adjusted each time it is moved to a new location.
The balance can be levelled with the leveling assistant and/or with the level indicator on top of termi­
nal. There are two adjustable leveling feet to compensate for slight irregularities in the surface of the
wieghing bench.
4.5.1 Levelling the balance with the level indicator
Every balance has a level indicator with an air bubble to level the balance manually.
Leveling balances with readability of 0.1 mg and 1 mg
–
Adjust the two leveling feet appropriately until the air
bubble comes to rest exactly in the middle of the glass:
Air bubble at "12 o'clock" turn both feet clockwise.
Air bubble at "3 o'clock"
turn left foot clockwise, right
foot counterclockwise.
Air bubble at "6 o'clock"
turn both feet counterclock­
wise.
Air bubble at "9 o'clock"
turn left foot counterclock­
wise, right foot clockwise.
Leveling balances with readability of 0.01 g and 0.1 g
1
2
3
4
Remove the clamps (A) for the safety feet by turning them
outwards.
Turn the clamps (A) outwards as far as they will go (~ 90°),
so that the safety feet can move freely.
Now level the balance by turning both leveling screws (B)
until the air bubble is in the inner circle of the level indicator
(see procedure above).
Secure the safety feet by turning the clamps (A) inwards as
far as they will go.
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A
B
A
B
4.5.2 Leveling the balance with the leveling assistant
When the balance was switched on at its new location, the symbol
appears in the status information field at the left side of the screen.
1
Tap on [
2
The window Notifications opens.
Select The instrument is out of level.
The instrument is out of level
].
The function Leveling assistant opens.
The function Leveling assistant is a step-by-step guidance that helps you leveling your balance.
Navigation: [ ] Quick settings/Preferences > [ ] Leveling assistant
When the instruction is done and accepted, the leveling assistant will proceed with the next steps. Fol­
low the steps until the balance is levelled again.
Note
Always use the air bubble of the level indicator as reference indicator, see section Levelling the bal­
ance with the level indicator (page 20)).
Installation and Putting into Operation 21
4.6 Transporting the balance
Switch off the balance and remove the power cable and any interface cable from the balance. Refer to
the notes in Section "Selecting the location" regarding the choice of an optimal location.
Transporting over short distances
CAUTION
For balances with a draft shield:
Never lift the balance by the glass draft shield. The draft shield is not sufficient­
ly fastened to the balance.
Transporting over long distances
CAUTION
If you would like to transport or send your balance over long distances, use
the complete original packaging.
4.7 Weighing below the balance
The balances are equipped with a hanger for carrying out weighings below the work surface.
CAUTION
●
Do not place the balance on the pan support location bolt (0.1 mg and 1 mg models).
●
Models with a glass draft shield: Carefully lift the draft shield from the weighing platform and put it
aside.
1
2
Switch off the balance and remove the power cable and any
interface cable from the balance.
Remove the draft shield element (10 mg models).
3
Remove the weighing pan and pan support.
4
Remove the bottom plate and unlock the draft shield (models
with draft shield). Carefully lift the draft shield from the
weighing platform and put it aside.
Turn the balance carefully on its side.
5
6
7
Remove and retain the 2 screws (A) and the cover plate (B).
The hanger is now accessible.
Then turn the balance to its normal position and simply rein­
stall all components in the reverse order.
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A
B
4.8 General requirements
4.8.1 Warming up the balance
Before working with the balance, it must be warmed up in order to obtain accurate weighing results.
To reach operating temperature, the balance must be connected to the power supply for at least:
●
30 minutes on balances with a readability of 1 mg (0.01 ct) to 5 g.
●
60 minutes on balances with a readability of 0.1 mg (0.001 ct) and better.
4.8.2 Adjusting the balance
To obtain accurate weighing results, the balance must be adjusted to match the gravitational accelera­
tion at its location and depending on the ambient conditions. After reaching the operation temperature,
adjusting is necessary.
●
before the balance is used for the first time.
●
when the balance (readability of 0.1 mg) was disconnected from the power or in case of power
failure.
●
after a change of the location and after the warming-up phase.
●
at regular intervals during weighing service.
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5 Weighing made simple
This section describes how to make a simple weighing. In addition to that, the basic concept of the
navigation and the basic functions of the balance will be explained.
5.1 Switching on the balance
1
Remove any load from the weighing pan.
2
Connect the balance via AC/DC adapter to the mains.
After the start screen disappeared, the balance starts with the application home screen.
Note
When the balance is switched on for the first time, the application home screen of Weighing opens. If
the balance is switched on again, it always starts with the home screen of the application that was
used before switching off.
5.2 Switching off the balance
1
Tap on [ ] until the switch off dialogue appears on the screen.
2
Tap on [ ].
the balance switches off and goes into standby mode.
Note
●
After switching on from standby mode, your balance needs no warm-up time and is immediately
ready for weighing.
●
If the balance has been switched off after a preselected time, the display is dimly lit and shows
the time and the date.
●
If the balance has been switched off manually, the display is off.
To completely switch off the balance, it must be disconnected from the power supply.
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5.3 Main settings and activities at a glance
This picture gives you an overview of the main settings within an application (e.g. Weighing).
Depending on the application, the content of the selectable options can differ. Every application is
based on this concept.
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5.4 Navigation on the touch screen
To interact with the balance, use the screen and the operating keys at the bottom of the screen. The
navigation on the screen is similar to the navigation of a smart phone or a tablet.
5.4.1 Opening an application
To open settings or applications, tap with your finger on the symbol of the application (e.g. [ ]
Weighing).
5.4.2 Scrolling
When the options are too numerous to be shown on one screen, a blue bar on the right side appears.
That means you can scroll up and down. For scrolling, put your finger somewhere in the list and drag
it up or down.
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5.4.3 Using shortcuts
To simplify the navigation on the capacitive color TFT touch screen, there are a few shortcuts that
allow quick access to the most important areas of the balance. The weighing value field on the appli­
cation home screen for example works as shortcut (see picture below), so does the weighing unit next
to the weighing value field. Depending on the activity, there are other shortcuts, that can be used.
Note
Every setting that can be changed directly via shortcut, can also be changed in the contextual settings
of the current activity.
5.5 Performing a simple Weighing
When you switch on the balance for the first time, the application home screen of Weighing opens
automatically. When the balance was switched on already, the last used application before the bal­
ance was switched off opens. If another activity is running, end this activity and restart Weighing.
Navigation: [ ] > Activities – Weighing and other applications > [ ] Weighing
1
Tap on [
] to zero the balance or [
] to tare the balance.
The initial screen looks like follows:
2
Place a weighing sample on the weighing pan.
The unstability detector symbol
light blue.
appears and the value in the weighing value field becomes
Weighing made simple 27
After a short period of time, the weighing pan is stable. The unstability detector symbol
appears and the value in the weighing value field becomes dark blue again.
dis­
The weighing process is finished. The result appears on the screen.
5.6 Switching the weighing unit
There are several weighing units available. The default value is country-specific.
The weighing unit can be chosen via the contextual settings of the current application or via shortcut.
This example describes how to change the weighing unit via shortcut.
1
Tap on the weighing process unit (shortcut) gram 'g'.
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2
the screen Unit 1 opens.
Put your finger somewhere in the list and drag up to scroll down.
3
Choose another weighing unit (e.g. ounce 'oz') by tapping on it.
4
Tap on [ ] to confirm the chosen weighing unit or tap on [ ] to dismiss the chosen weighing
unit.
The weighing unit gram 'g' has been changed to ounce 'oz'.
Note
With approved balances, this menu topic has a fixed setting and cannot be changed.
Weighing made simple 29
5.7 Changing the resolution
There are several resolutions available. The default resolution is device-specific.
The resolution can be changed as follows:
1
Tap on the Weighing value field
2
Tap on 10d - 0.001 g
3
Confirm the chosen resolution with
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.
The resolution has been changed.
5.8 Zero setting
1
Unload the balance.
2 Tap on [
] to set the balance to zero.
All weight values are measured in relation to the zero point.
Note
Tap on [
] before you start with the weighing process.
5.9 Taring
1
Tap on [
2
Place the empty container on the balance.
] to set the balance to zero.
3
The weight is displayed.
Tap on [
] to tare the balance.
The display shows Net and 0.000 g.
5.10 Closing an application
A current application can simply be closed by choosing another application or activity. Therefore, tap
on [ ] Activities.
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5.11 Working with IDs
Identifications (IDs) must be defined in the contextual settings of an application. How the ID is used
and which parameters of the ID can be defined differs depending on the application in which the ID is
used.
Navigation: > Open an application (e. g. Weighing) > Open the contextual settings of the applica­
tion > [ ] Identifications
ID
Define an ID
1 Activate the function with the switch in the title bar.
2
Tap on [ID 1]
3
The input dialog ID 1 opens.
Activate the dialog with the switch in the title bar.
4
The title bar shows ID - Label.
Define ID - Label.
Confirm the definition by tapping on [ ].
5
The input dialog ID 1 - Value opens.
Define ID 1 - Value.
6
Confirm the definition by tapping on [ ].
7
The Identifications window opens showing the defined ID.
Tap on [ ] to accept the defined IDs.
Note
The maximal length of an ID is 16 characters.
5.11.1 Autoincrement
Autoincrement specifies some part of the ID that is being incremented with each use of that ID. There
are two basic functions depending on how the ID is defined:
●
If there is no counter in the ID, the system automatically adds a counter to the ID starting by -1
(e.g. the ID Process will be Process-1 in the next use).
●
If a counter is part of the ID, the system automatically increments the ID starting at that counter
(e.g. the ID Process 1 will be Process 2 in the next use).
Note
32 Weighing made simple
●
The counter must be set at the end of the ID, otherwise the system doesn't recognize the number
as a counter (e.g. in 567Apple the system doesn't recognize 567 as a counter).
●
If the ID has no counter and a maximal length of 16 characters, the last few characters will be
overwritten by the counter.
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6 Activities
The Activities can be opened by tapping on [ ] Activities. The icon is placed between the weighing
process unit and the home button in the right corner of the current home application screen.
The Activities have the following two sub-sections:
●
Activities – Weighing and other applications
●
Activities – Adjustments and tests
6.1 Activities - Weighing and other applications
Activities – Weighing and other applications implies the following applications:
●
Weighing see at section Weighing made simple (page 24)
●
Check Weighing see at section Check Weighing (page 35)
●
Totaling see at section Totaling (page 39)
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6.1.1 Check Weighing
The application Check Weighing allows to check the deviation of a sample weight within a tolerance
limit to a reference target weight. The target weight can be determined manually or by weighing, the
tolerance limit must be defined manually.
Navigation: [ ] > Activities – Weighing and other applications > [ ] Check Weighing
Before performing a Check Weighing
When the application is starting for the first time, the weighing value field is all red. That is because
the relevant parameters haven't been defined yet. Before performing a check weighing, the following
parameters must be defined first:
●
Target weight
●
± Tolerance limits
Defining the target weight manually by entering the nominal weight
1 Tap on [ ] Check weighing - Main configuration.
2
Tap on [Target, tolerance].
3
Tap on [ ] Target weight.
4
Delete the default value by tapping on [ ].
5
Enter the nominal weight.
Tap on [ ] to confirm the defined nominal weight.
Defining the target weight by weighing
1 Tap on [ ] Check weighing - Main configuration.
2
Tap on [Target, tolerance].
3
Tap on [ ] Target weight.
4
Tap on [ ] to open the weighing dialog.
5
Place the reference weight on the weighing pan and wait until the unstability detector symbol
disappears.
Tap on to accept the defined target weight.
6
Activities 35
Defining the lower and upper limits manually by entering a percentage value or weight
1 Tap on [ ] Check weighing - Main configuration.
2
Tap on [Target, tolerance].
3
Tap on [
4
Delete the default value by taping on [ ].
5
Enter the tolerance limit.
6
Tap on [ ] to accept the new tolerance limit.
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] ± Tolerance limits
Performing Check Weighing
After defining the target weight and the tolerance limits, Check Weighing can be performed. The
weighing-in aid at the top bar visualizes, if the weight sample is within the defined tolerances.
In this example, the defined target weight is 100.000 g, the tolerance limit is ±2.5 %. The sample
weight is 97.0000 g.
–
Put the target weight on the weighing pan.
The weight is stable and the unstability detector symbol disappears.
The value is out of tolerance, the weighing-in aid bar and the weighing value field are red.
In this example, the defined target weight is still 100.000 g and the tolerance limit is ±2.5 %. The
sample weight is 99.0000 g.
–
Place the sample weight on the weighing pan.
The weight is stable and the unstability detector symbol disappears.
The value is within tolerances, the weighing-in aid bar and the weighing value field are green.
Activities 37
Check weighing - Main configuration
You can define the following parameters:
Parameter
Explanation
Values
Target, tolerance
Defines the target weight in the
defined unit and its tolerance
limits in %.
Defines the acoustic signal
when the result is within the tol­
erance.
Defines the unit of the weighing
process.
Target weight: 100 g*
± Tolerance limits: 0.10...100
(2.5 %*)
OFF* | ON
Within tolerance beeps
Unit 1
Resolution
Defines the resolution of the
weighing process.
g* | mg | µg | ct | N | oz | ozt |
GN | dwt | mom | msg | tlh | tls |
tlt | tcl | tola | baht | lb:oz
1d - 0.0001 g* | 2d 0.0002 g | 5d - 0.0005 g |
10d - 0.001 g | 100d - 0.01 g
| 1000d - 0.1 g
* Factory setting
Note
Unit 1: The selectable weighing units can differ depending on the balance model.
●
Only those weight units allowed by the appropriate national legislation are selectable.
●
With approved balances, this menu topic has fixed settings and cannot be changed.
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6.1.2 Totaling
Totaling allows to weigh different samples to add their weight values and to totalize them.
Navigation: [ ] Activities > [Activities – Weighing and other applications] > [ ] Totaling
Performing Totaling
1 Tap on [
] to zero the balance.
2
3
If using a container: Place empty container on the weighing pan and tap on [
balance.
Place the first weight on the weighing pan.
4
Wait until the unstability detector symbol
5
When the balance is stable, the weighing value becomes dark-blue.
Tap on [ ] to accept the weight and to start the procedure.
6
Place next sample weight on the weighing pan.
7
Tap on
] to tare the
disappears.
to accept the second sample weight.
The work title bar shows the number of samples (2 samples) and the total weight of the
samples ( = 30.0000 g).
8
To open the result view, tap on [ ] in the work title bar or tap on [ ] and then tap on [ ] View
result
The list shows every sample that has been weighted within the weighing process. The list can
be published by tapping on the Printer symbol in the right bottom corner.
Activities 39
Totaling – Main configuration
The following parameter can be defined:
Parameter
Unit 1
Explanation
Defines the unit of the weighing
process.
Resolution
Defines the resolution of the weighing
process.
Values
g* | mg | µg | ct | N | oz | ozt | GN | dwt
| mom | msg | tlh | tls | tlt | tcl | tola |
baht | lb:oz
1d - 0.0001 g* | 2d - 0.0002 g | 5d 0.0005 g | 10d - 0.001 g | 100d 0.01 g | 1000d - 0.1 g
* Factory settings
Note
Unit 1: The selectable weighing units can differ depending on the balance model.
●
Only those weight units allowed by the appropriate national legislation are selectable.
●
With approved balances, this menu topic has fixed settings and cannot be changed.
Terminate the application
1 Tap on [ ].
2
Tap on [ ] Discard data or tap on [ ] Finish and discard data (Autoprint).
The home screen of the application Totaling appears.
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6.2 Activities - Adjustments and tests
Activities – Adjustments and tests contains the following elements:
●
FACT see at section FACT Fully automatic adjustment (page 42)
●
Internal Adjustment see at section Internal Adjustment (page 43)
●
External Adjustment see at section External Adjustment (page 44)
Activities 41
6.2.1 FACT Fully automatic adjustment
FACT stands for Fully Automatic Calibration Technology. It is activated as default value.
FACT means, that the balance adjusts itself:
●
in case the conditions change (temperature difference > 2°C), which could lead to a noticeable
deviation in the measurement.
●
on a predefined day time set by the user.
Setting FACT
You can define the day time of FACT as follows:
1
Tap on FACT in the Activities – Adjustments and tests overview.
2
Activate Fully automatic adjustment with the switch at the right top corner.
3
The Fully automatic adjustment dialog opens.
Select the time (hours : minutes) with the pick buttons.
4
Tap on [ ] to confirm the defined time.
The time underneath FACT has been updated and shows the time of the daily adjustment.
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6.2.2 Internal Adjustment
Note
The Internal Adjustment is available for models with internal weight only (see technical data).
Proceed an internal adjustment
1 Tap on [Adjust internal].
The internal adjustment procedure starts. The coach text field shows Adjustment ongoing,
please wait...
When the internal adjustment procedure is successfully completed, the results of the internal
adjustment appear.
2 Tap on [ ] to confirm the results.
Note
If the balance is configured and connected to a printer, the results of the adjustment process are print­
ed automatically.
See also
●
Publishing (page 48)
Activities 43
6.2.3 External Adjustment
Note
Because of certification legislation, the approved balances can not be adjusted with an external weight
(depending on the certification legislation of the selected country).
Performing an external adjustment
1 Tap on Adjust external in the Activities – Adjustments and tests overview.
2
The External Adjustment screen opens.
Tap on [ ] to define the adjustment weight according to the weight certificate.
3
Confirm the adjustment weight by tapping on [ ].
4
Prepare the adjustment weight and tap on [ ] to start the adjustment process.
5
Load the adjustment weight in the center of the weighing pan.
6
Unload the adjustment weight from the weighing pan.
After the adjustment process, The result screen is showing date and time and other informa­
tion about the external adjustment.
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7 General settings
This section describes, how to define the general settings.
The General settings are devided into two sub-sections:
●
Quick settings/Preferences
●
General configuration and data
7.1 Quick setting/Preferences
7.1.1 Date and time
In this menu topic, date and time can be defined. Switch between Time and Date by tapping on the
bars on the left side. Tap on [ ] for Time and tap on [ 25 ] for Date.
The following parameters can be defined:
Parameter
Time
Time format
Date
Date format
Explanation
Defines the time.
Defines the time format.
Defines the date.
Defines the date format.
Values
Hours | Minutes
24:MM* | 12:MM | 24.MM | 12.MM
Day | Month | Year
MMM DD YYYY* | D.MMM YYYY |
MM/DD/YYYY | MMM DD YYYY
* Factory setting
7.1.2 Brightness
In this menu topic the brightness can be defined.
Parameter
Brightness
Explanation
Defines the level of brightness.
Values
10...100 % (50 %*)
* Factory setting
7.1.3 Sound
In this menu topic, the sound can be defined.
Parameter
Stability beep
Explanation
Notifies when an unstable weight becomes stable.
Workflow feed­
back beep
Notifies when zero/tare bar actions are not available,
provides additional feedback in case of input errors,
messages and status notifications.
Notifies every touch of interactive elements on touch
display and zero/tare bar.
Touch beep
Values
OFF | Low | Medium |
High
OFF | Low | Medium |
High
OFF | Low | Medium |
High
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7.1.4 Language
The following languages can be chosen:
Русский
Polski
Česky
Magyar
Nederlands
English
Deutsch
Français
Español
Italiano
Português BRA.
中文
日本語
한국어/조선말
7.1.5 Glove mode
With the Glove Mode activated, the touch-screen is more sensitive and better to navigate when wear­
ing gloves.
Parameter
Glove mode
Explanation
Activate or deactivate the Glove mode.
Values
ON | OFF*
* Factory setting
7.1.6 Leveling assistant
The Leveling assistant helps to adjust the balance (e.g. when the balance has changed its location).
For more information, see section Leveling the balance with the leveling assistant (page 21).
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7.2 General configuration and data
The following options are available:
●
Weighing options
●
Publishing
●
Devices and connectivity
●
System settings
●
ISO-log
●
Access protection
7.2.1 Weighing options
The following parameters can be defined:
Parameter
Explanation
Weighing
Defines the weighing mode.
mode
Environment Adapts the balance to the envi­
ronmental circumstances.
Autozero
This menu topic allows to switch
the automatic zero on or off.
Values
Universal* = for standard weighing applications
Dosing = for dosing liquid or powdery samples
Standard* = for standard environments
Unstable = for unstable environments
Stable = for stable environments
ON* = Autozero is switched on. The automatic
zero setting continuously corrects possible varia­
tions in the zero point that might be caused
through small amounts of contamination on the
weighing pan.
OFF = Autozero is switched off. The zero point is
not automatically corrected. This setting is
advantageous for special applications (e.g.
evaporation measurements).
* Factory setting
Note
Autozero is generally not available for approved balances (except some selected countries).
MinWeigh
MinWeigh notifies when a measurement value is not fulfilling the required weighing accuracy. The
usage of MinWeigh is application-specific (contextual settings).
Defining the MinWeigh method
1
Tap on MinWeigh.
2
The dialog MinWeigh configuration opens.
Tap on MinWeigh method.
The dialog MinWeigh method opens.
3 Select method and confirm by tapping on [ ].
Depending on the chosen method, the selectable options in the dialog MinWeigh configuration vary.
The following methods are available:
●
OIML
●
Customized
●
Certificate
General settings 47
7.2.2 Publishing
In this section, the print and output options can be defined.
Print
This option can be activated or deactivated with the switch in the work title bar.
The following parameters can be defined:
Parameter
Single values
Workflow reports
FACT report
Values
Manual, stable* = Print next stable weight at will
Manual, all values = Print any stable or unstable weight at will
Automatic, stable = Print next stable weight automatically
Automatic* = Print on finishing
Manual = Print at will and finish
ON* | OFF
* Factory setting
Printouts data (Weighing applications only)
The following parameter can be defined:
Parameter
Date, time
Balance information
Gross/Tare
Signature line
Empty lines
Explanation
To add date and time.
To add information
about the balance.
To add gross/tare to
single values.
To add the signature
line.
To add empty lines.
Values
ON | OFF*
ON | OFF*
ON | OFF*
ON | OFF*
ON | OFF*
* Factory setting
Send weight value
The option can de activated or deactivated with the switch in the work title bar.
The following parameters can be chosen:
Parameter
Manual, stable
Manual, all values
Automatic, stable
'Autmatic, continuous'
Description
Send next stable weight at will
Send any stable or unstable weight at will
Send next stable weight automatically
'Send any stable or unstable weight automati­
cally'
* Factory setting
Autopublish
The option Autopublish can be activated or deactivated with the switch in the work title bar.
A numerical value for the Autopublish can be defined.
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7.2.3 Devices and connectivity
RS232
The following parameters can be defined:
Parameter
Allocated device
Values
RS-P2X | P5X | Printer | Host* | PC-Direct |
Second display
600 | 1200 | 2400 | 4800 | 9600* | 19200 |
38400 | 57600 | 115200
8/No* | 7/No | 7/Mark | 7/Space | 7/Even |
7/Odd
1 bit* | 2 bits
Xon/Xoff* | RTS/CTS | None
IBM/DOS* | ANSI/WIN | UTF-8
Baudrate
Bit/Parity
Stop bits
Handshake
Character set
* Factory setting
USB Device
The following parameters can be defined:
Parameter
Allocated device
Command set
Values
Host* | PC-Direct
MT-SICS* | MT-PM | Sartorius 16 | Sartorius 22
* Factory setting
7.2.4 System settings
7.2.5 ISO-log
In this section, detailed history information about performed adjustments, intensity of use and settings
can be displayed.
Information type
Adjustments
Balance
Settings
Explanation
Shows detailed information about the performed adjustments.
Shows detailed information about the balance history.
Shows detailed information about changes of the settings.
7.2.6 Access protection
With the function Access protection, certain functionalities of the balance can be protected by a
numerical passcode.
The following parameters can be defined:
Parameter
Applications
Adjustments and
tests
Settings
Passcode
Explanation
To protect the application.
To protect adjustments and tests.
Values
ON | OFF*
ON | OFF*
To protect all settings.
To define the passcode by the user.
ON | OFF*
1....9 (1-16 digits)
* Factory setting
General settings 49
User passcode
The user passcode can be defined by the user. The default value is 12345678 and will automatically
be reset after a factory reset. The length of the freely changeable user passcode is restricted to 16 dig­
its.
Service passcode
The service passcode is a fixed passcode that can be obtained from the Mettler Toledo Balance sup­
port site or from a Mettler Toledo representative. It is used when the user passcode has been lost.
50 General settings
8 Communication with Peripheral Devices
8.1 Function PC-Direct
The numerical value displayed at the balance can be transferred to the cursor position in Windows
Applications (e.g. Excel, Word) as by typing with the keyboard.
Note: The units will not be transferred.
Requirements
●
PC with one of the Microsoft Windows® operating system 32bit/64bit: XP (SP3), Vista (SP2),
Win 7 (SP1) or Win 8
●
Serial interface RS232, USB or BT option
●
Administrator rights for installing software (for USB not required)
●
Windows Application (e.g. Excel)
●
Balance to PC connection with cable RS232 or USB
Settings at the balance:
CAUTION
Disconnect the USB connection from the balance prior to change the settings.
Balance Interface Settings (see Interface Menu):
●
Topic RS232 or USB Device: set PC-Direct and select the most appropriate option for the desired
weighing result.
●
Topic End of line (transmitted end of line character):
– set <TAB> to write into the same row (e.g. in Excel).
– set <CR><LF> to write into the same column (e.g. in Excel).
●
Save changes.
Settings at the PC:
Installing SerialPortToKeyboard
Operation of PC-Direct via serial port RS232 requires the installation of SerialPortToKeyboard on your
host computer.
Using CD-ROM
1 Insert the product CD in the CD/DVD drive of the host computer.
2
Double click the folder SerialPortToKeyboard.
Using internet
1 Go to the site http://www.mettler-toledo-support.com.
2
3
4
Log in to the METTLER TOLEDO Balance Support Site (registration with the serial number of a
METTLER TOLEDO instrument required).
Click Customer Support
Click appropriate product folder and save the program file SerialPortToKeyboard.exe on your
specified storage location.
Communication with Peripheral Devices 51
Installation procedure
1 Right-click on SerialPortToKeyboard.exe and select Run as Administrator from the menu.
2
Follow the installer's instructions.
Settings for SerialPortToKeyboard
1
2
Select the serial port (COM) to be used for
connection with the balance.
Set the baud rate to 9600.
3
Activate "Connect"
Note
●
The window can be minimized.
●
Closing of the window terminates the session.
➂
➀
➁
Checking operation
1 Start SerialPortToKeyboard (RS232)
2
Start Excel (or another application) at the PC.
3 Activate a cell in Excel.
According to your selected PC-Direct option, the displayed values will appear e.g. in the column one
after the other one in the different rows.
8.2 USB Device Interface
To perform the functionality USB HOST with a PC equipped only with a USB Interface, you have to
assign an appropriate USB Driver on the PC first.
Requirements
●
Balance with USB Device Interface.
●
PC with one of the Microsoft Windows® operating system 32bit/64bit: XP (SP3), Vista (SP2),
Win 7 (SP1) or Win 8.
●
Administrator rights for installing software.
●
PC to balance USB connection cable.
Installing USB driver on the PC:
Using CD-ROM
1 Insert the product CD in the CD/DVD drive of the host computer.
2
Double click the folder USB Driver.
3
Click USBDriverInstaller.exe.
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Using internet
1 Connect to the Internet
2
Go to the site http://www.mettler-toledo-support.com.
3
4
Log in to the METTLER TOLEDO Balance Support Site (registration with the serial number of a
METTLER TOLEDO instrument required).
Click Customer Support.
5
Click appropriate product folder.
6
Click USB Driver.
7
Click USBDriverInstaller.exe.
Installing procedure
1
Click Save to download to your specified location.
2
3
Right-click on the downloaded install program: USBDriverIn­
staller.exe and select Run as Administrator from the menu.
If a safety warning appears, allow Windows to install.
4
Click Next and follow the installer's instructions.
Installing instrument
1
Switch the balance off.
2
Connect the balance to the preferred USB Port on the PC.
3
Switch the balance on.
4
Follow the instructions of the Wizard and install the software
automatically (recommended)
Note: The wizard appears again for each USB port, either on your
PC or if another balance is connected.
Warning: Do not click Cancel as for the connected USB port, it
might not be possible anymore to perform the installation
process.
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9 Firmware (Software) Updates
METTLER TOLEDO is continuously improving its balance firmware (software) for the benefit of cus­
tomers, so that the customer can benefit quickly and easily from further developments, METTLER
TOLEDO makes the latest firmware versions available on the Internet. The firmware made available on
the Internet has been developed and tested by Mettler-Toledo AG using processes that meet the guide­
lines of ISO 9001. Mettler-Toledo AG does not, however, accept liability for consequences that might
arise from using the firmware.
9.1 Operating principle
You will find all the relevant information and updates for your balance on the METTLER TOLEDO web­
site at the following address:
www.mettler-toledo-support.com
A program known as the "e-Loader II" is loaded onto your computer together with the firmware
update. You can use this program to download the firmware to the balance. The "e-Loader II" can also
save the settings in your balance before the new firmware is downloaded to it. You can reload the
saved settings into the balance manually or automatically after the software is downloaded.
If the selected update includes an application that is not described in these instructions (or that has
been updated in the meantime) you can download the corresponding instructions in Adobe Acrobat®
PDF format.
Note
New applications might not be visible unless the type data are updated by a service technician.
Requirements
The minimum requirements for obtaining applications from the Internet and downloading them into
your balance are as follows:
●
PC with one of the following Microsoft Windows® operating system:
• Microsoft® Windows® XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 3 (32 bit)
• Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise with Service
Pack 2 (32 bit and 64 bit)
• Microsoft® Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, or Enter­
prise (32 bit and 64 bit)
●
Administrator rights for installing software.
●
PC to balance connection cable (e.g. No. 11101051 see chapter accessories)
9.2 Update procedure
Installing the "e-Loader II" software from the Internet onto the PC.
1 Connect to the Internet.
2
Go to the site http://www.mettler-toledo-support.com.
3
4
Log in to the METTLER TOLEDO Balance Support Site (registration with the serial number of a
METTLER TOLEDO instrument required).
Click Customer Support.
5
Click appropriate product folder.
6
Click the firmware version (e-Loader II) you need and save it on your specified storage location.
7
Right-click on the firmware SNxxx.exe and select Run as Administrator from the menu.
8
Follow the installer's instructions.
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Loading the new firmware into the balance.
1 Right-click on METTLER TOLEDO e-Loader II and select Run as Administrator from the menu.
2
Follow the instructions, which will take you step-by-step through the installation.
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10 Maintenance
WARNING
Risk of electric shock
– The instrument must be disconnected from the power supply, before cleaning
or other maintenance work to be performed.
– Use only the power cord from METTLER TOLEDO, if it needs replacing.
Please observe the following notes:
Note
On no account use cleaning agents which contain solvents or abrasive ingredients, as this can result
in damage to the touch screen.
10.1 Cleaning the glass draft shield (0.1 mg and 1 mg models)
Remove the following parts:
1 Remove weighing pan, draft shield element and pan support.
2
Remove the bottom plate.
3
Unlock the draft shield, lift it off the balance and place it on a clean surface.
B
C
A
1
Push the glass doors (A) back.
1
Tilt the front glass (C) forward.
2
Turn the two lock covers (B) on the
front as far as they will go.
2
Remove the front glass.
–
Pull the top glass door (D) out from the
front.
F
E
–
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Lift the side glass doors (E) at (F) and
pull them out from the front.
H
G
–
–
Remove the rear glass (H).
1
Turn the draft shield lock to the " "
(Service) position.
Remove the draft shield lock.
Push the lock button (G) to release the
rear glass.
2
After cleaning reinstall all components in the reverse order. For balance mounting see chapter "Set­
ting up the Balance – Installing the Components".
10.2 Disposal
In conformance with the European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE) this device may not be disposed of in domestic waste.
This also applies to countries outside the EU, per their specific requirements.
Please dispose of this product in accordance with local regulations at the collecting
point specified for electrical and electronic equipment. If you have any questions,
please contact the responsible authority or the distributor from which you purchased
this device. Should this device be passed on to other parties (for private or profession­
al use), the content of this regulation must also be related.
Thank you for your contribution to environmental protection.
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11 Interface Specification
11.1 RS232C interface
Each balance is equipped with an RS232C Interface as standard for the attachment of a peripheral
device (e.g. printer or computer).
Schematic
Item
Interface type
DATA
RxD
TxD
IN
OUT
Max. cable length
Signal level
GND
5
1
9
6
HAND
SHAKE
CTS
RTS
IN
OUT
POWER
SUPPLY
+12V
2nd display mode only
OUT
Connector
Operating mode
Transmission
mode
Transmission
code
Baud rates
Bits/parity
Stop bits
Handshake
End-of-line
Power supply for
2nd display
Specification
Voltage interface according to EIA
RS-232C/DIN66020 CCITT V24/V.28)
15 m
Outputs:
+5 V … +15 V (RL = 3–7 kΩ)
–5 V … –15 V (RL = 3–7 kΩ)
Inputs:
+3 V … +25 V
–3 V … -25 V
Sub-D, 9-pole, female
Full duplex
Bit-serial, asynchronous
ASCII
600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200,
38400, 57600, 115200 (software
selectable)
7-bit/none, 7-bit/even, 7-bit/odd, 8-bit/none
(software selectable)
1 stop bit
None, XON/XOFF, RTS/CTS (software
selectable)
<CR><LF>, <CR>, <LF> (software
selectable)
+ 12 V, max 40 mA (software selectable,
2nd display mode only)
11.2 USB host
Schematic
Item
Standard
Speed
Power usage
Connector
Pin assignment
58 Interface Specification
Specification
In conformity with USB Specification Revi­
sion 1.0/1.1
Full speed 12 Mbps (requires shielded
cable)
Max. 500 mA
Type A
1
VBUS (+5 V DC)
2
D- (Data -)
3
D+ (Data +)
4
GND (Ground)
Shell
Shield
11.3 USB device
Each balance is equipped with an "USB Device" Interface as standard for the attachment of a peripher­
al device (e.g. computer).
Note: This interface is not suitable to communicate with a Printer.
Schematic
1
2
3
4
Shield
Item
Standard
Specification
In conformity with USB Specification Revi­
sion 1.1
Speed
Full speed 12 Mbps (requires shielded
cable)
Function
CDC (Communication Device Class) serial
port emulation
Power usage Suspended device: Max 10 mA
Connector
Type B
VBUS (+5 VDC)
D– (Data –)
D+ (Data +)
GND (Ground)
Shield
11.4 MT-SICS interface commands and functions
Many of the instruments and balances used have to be capable of integration in a complex computer
or data acquisition system.
To enable you to integrate balances in your system in a simple manner and utilize their capabilities to
the full, most balance functions are also available as appropriate commands via the data interface.
All new METTLER TOLEDO balances launched on the market support the standardized command set
"METTLER TOLEDO Standard Interface Command Set" (MT-SICS). The commands available depending
on the functionality of the balance.
For further information please refer to the Reference Manual MT-SICS downloadable from the Internet
under
u www.mt.com/sics-newclassic
Interface Specification 59
12 Technical Data
12.1 General data
Power supply
● AC/DC adapter
●
Power supply to the balance
Primary: 100 V–240 V, ±10%, 50/60 Hz, 0.3 A
Secondary: 12 V DC, 0.84 A (with electronic overload protection)
Power supply to the balance: 12 V DC, 10 W
Use only with a tested AC/DC Adapter with SELV output cur­
rent.
Ensure correct polarity
12 V DC, 10 W
Protection and standards
● Overvoltage category
II. III
●
Degree of pollution
2
●
Degree of protection
Protected against dust and water
●
Standards for safety and EMC See Declaration of Conformity
●
Range of application
For use only in enclosed interior rooms
Environmental conditions
● Height above mean sea level up to 4000 m
●
Ambient temperature range
10 to 30 °C
●
Relative air humidity
●
• Warm-up time
10% up to 80% at 31 °C, linearly decreasing to 50% at 40 °C,
noncondensing
After connecting the balance to the power supply or switched on
in battery operation at least
Materials
● Housing
●
30 minutes on balances with a readability of 0.001 g
(0.01 ct) to 5 g.
●
60 minutes on balances with a readability of 0.1 mg
(0.001 ct) and better.
Die-cast aluminum, lacquered
●
Weighing pan
●
Draft shield element
●
Draft shield
Stainless steel X2CrNiMo 17-12-2 (1.4404)
245 x 351 mm: Stainless steel X5CrNiMo 18-10 (1.4301)
with 0.1 mg models: Stainless steel X2CrNiMo 17-12-2
(1.4404)
with 10 mg models: Plastic (PBT)
Plastic (PBT), glass
●
In-use-cover
Plastic (PET)
60 Technical Data
12.2 Model-specific data
Note
The definition of the model-specific data in this section is still in progress and may change to the final
software version.
12.2.1 Balances with readability of 0.1 mg, S platform with draft shield
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Sensitivity temperature drift
Typical values
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Minimum sample weight (acc. to USP)
Minimum sample weight (U=1 %, k=2)
Minimum sample weight OIML
Settling time
Adjustment
Balance dimensions (W x D x H)
Weighing pan dimensions
Usable height of draft shield
Weight of balance
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
MS104TS
MS204TS
120 g
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
0.2 mg
1.5 ppm/°C
220 g
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
0.2 mg
1.5 ppm/°C
0.08 mg
0.06 mg
0.16 g
0.016 g
0.01 g
2s
Int.Cal / FACT
204x347x348 mm
ø 90 mm
236 mm
5.9 kg
0.08 mg
0.06 mg
0.16 g
0.016 g
0.01 g
2s
Int.Cal / FACT
204x347x348 mm
ø 90 mm
236 mm
5.9 kg
#11123002
#11123001
Weights 100 g F2, 5 g E2
ASTM CarePac
#11123102
Weights 100 g 1, 5 g 1
200 g F2, 10 g E2
#11123101
200 g 1, 10 g 1
Technical Data 61
MS304TS
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Sensitivity temperature drift
Typical values
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Minimum sample weight (acc. to USP)
Minimum sample weight (U=1 %, k=2)
Minimum sample weight OIML
Settling time
Adjustment
Balance dimensions (W x D x H)
Weighing pan dimensions
Usable height of draft shield
Weight of balance
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
320 g
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
0.2 mg
1.5 ppm/°C
0.08 mg
0.06 mg
0.16 g
0.016 g
0.01 g
2s
Int.Cal / FACT
204x347x348 mm
ø 90 mm
236 mm
5.9 kg
#11123001
Weights 200 g F2, 10 g E2
ASTM CarePac
#11123101
Weights 200 g 1, 10 g 1
62 Technical Data
12.2.2 Balances with readability of 1 mg, S platform with draft shield
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Sensitivity temperature drift
Typical values
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Minimum sample weight (acc. to USP)
Minimum sample weight (U=1 %, k=2)
Minimum sample weight OIML
Settling time
Adjustment
Balance dimensions (W x D x H)
Weighing pan dimensions
Usable height of draft shield
Weight of balance
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
MS303TS
MS403TS
320 g
1 mg
1 mg
2 mg
3 ppm/°C
420 g
1 mg
1 mg
2 mg
3 ppm/°C
0.7 mg
0.6 mg
1.4 g
0.14 g
0.02 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
204x347x283 mm
127x127 mm
168 mm
5.6 kg
0.7 mg
0.6 mg
1.4 g
0.14 g
0.02 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
204x347x283 mm
127x127 mm
168 mm
5.6 kg
#11123001
#11123000
Weights 200 g F2, 10 g F1
ASTM CarePac
#11123103
Weights 200 g 1, 10 g 1
200 g F2, 20 g F1
#11123100
200 g 1, 20 g 1
Technical Data 63
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Sensitivity temperature drift
Typical values
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Minimum sample weight (acc. to USP)
Minimum sample weight (U=1 %, k=2)
Minimum sample weight OIML
Settling time
Adjustment
Balance dimensions (W x D x H)
Weighing pan dimensions
Usable height of draft shield
Weight of balance
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
MS603TS
MS1003TS
620 g
1 mg
1 mg
2 mg
3 ppm/°C
1020 g
1 mg
1 mg
2 mg
3 ppm/°C
0.7 mg
0.6 mg
1.4 g
0.14 g
0.02 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
204x347x283 mm
127x127 mm
168 mm
5.6 kg
0.7 mg
0.6 mg
1.4 g
0.14 g
0.02 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
204x347x283 mm
127x127 mm
168 mm
5.6 kg
#11123007
#11123008
Weights 500 g F2, 20 g F1
ASTM CarePac
#11123107
Weights 500 g 1, 20 g 1
64 Technical Data
1000 g F2, 50 g F1
#11123108
1000 g 1, 50 g 1
12.2.3 Balances with readability of 0.01 g, S platform
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Sensitivity temperature drift
Typical values
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Minimum sample weight (acc. to USP)
Minimum sample weight (U=1 %,
k=2)
Minimum sample weight OIML
Settling time
Adjustment
Balance dimensions (W x D x H)
Weighing pan dimensions
Weight of balance
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
MS1602TS
MS3002TS
MS4002TS
1620 g
0.01 g
0.01 g
0.02 g
3 ppm/°C
3200 g
0.01 g
0.01 g
0.02 g
3 ppm/°C
4200 g
0.01 g
0.01 g
0.02 g
3 ppm/°C
0.007 g
0.006 g
14 g
1.4 g
0.007 g
0.006 g
14 g
1.4 g
0.007 g
0.006 g
14 g
1.4 g
0.5 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
194x347x99 mm
170x200 mm
4.6 kg
0.5 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
194x347x99 mm
170x200 mm
4.6 kg
0.5 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
194x347x99 mm
170x200 mm
4.6 kg
#11123008
#11123009
#11123010
Weights 1000 g F2, 50 g
F2
ASTM CarePac
#11123106
2000 g F2, 100 g 2000 g F2, 200 g
F2
F2
#11123109
Weights 1000 g 1, 50 g 1 2000 g 1, 100 g
1
#11123110
2000 g 4, 200 g
4
Technical Data 65
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Maximum capacity, fine range
Readability
Readability, fine range
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Repeatability, at fine range (at nominal
load)
Linearity deviation
Linearity deviation, fine range
Sensitivity temperature drift
Typical values
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Repeatability, at fine range (at nominal
load)
Linearity deviation
Linearity deviation, at fine range
Minimum sample weight (acc. to USP)
Minimum sample weight (U=1 %,
k=2)
Minimum sample weight OIML
Settling time
Adjustment
Balance dimensions (W x D x H)
Weighing pan dimensions
Weight of balance
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
MS4002TSDR
MS6002TS
MS6002TSDR
4200 g
820 g
0.1 g
0.01 g
0.1 g
0.01 g
6200 g
–
0.01 g
–
0.01 g
–
6200 g
1220 g
0.1 g
0.01 g
0.01 g
0.01 g
0.2 g
0.02 g
3 ppm/°C
0.02 g
–
3 ppm/°C
0.2 g
0.02 g
3 ppm/°C
0.05 g
0.007 g
0.007 g
–
0.05 g
0.007 g
0.02 g
0.006 g
14 g
1.4 g
0.006 g
–
14 g
1.4 g
0.02 g
0.006 g
14 g
1.4 g
0.5 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
194x347x99 mm
170x200 mm
4.6 kg
0.5 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
194x347x99 mm
170x200 mm
5.1 kg
0.5 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
194x347x99 mm
170x200 mm
5.1 kg
#11123010
#11123011
#11123011
Weights 2000 g F2, 200 g 5000 g F2, 200 g 5000 g F2, 200 g
F2
F2
F2
ASTM CarePac
#11123110
Weights 2000 g 4, 200 g
4
66 Technical Data
#11123111
#11123111
5000 g 4, 200 g
4
5000 g 4, 200 g
4
MS12002S
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Sensitivity temperature drift
Typical values
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Minimum sample weight (acc. to USP)
Minimum sample weight (U=1 %,
k=2)
Minimum sample weight OIML
Settling time
Adjustment
Balance dimensions (W x D x H)
Weighing pan dimensions
Weight of balance
Weights for routine testing
OIML Weights
ASTM Weights
12200 g
0.01 g
0.01 g
0.02 g
3 ppm/°C
0.007 g
0.006 g
14 g
1.4 g
0.5 g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
194x347x99 mm
170x200 mm
5.2 kg
10000 g F2,
500 g F2
#11123110
10000 g 4,
500 g 4
Technical Data 67
12.2.4 Balances with readability of 0.1 g to 1 g, S platform
MS8001TS
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Sensitivity temperature drift
Typical values
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Linearity deviation
Minimum sample weight (acc. to USP)
Minimum sample weight (U=1 %, k=2)
Minimum sample weight OIML
Settling time
Adjustment
Balance dimensions (W x D x H)
Weighing pan dimensions
Weight of balance
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
8200 g
0.1 g
0.1 g
0.2 g
3 ppm/°C
0.07 g
0.06 g
140 g
14 g
5g
1.5 s
Int. Cal / FACT
194x347x99 mm
170x200 mm
4.6 kg
#11123011
Weights 5000 g F2, 200 g F2
ASTM CarePac
#11123111
Weights 5000 g 4, 200 g 4
68 Technical Data
12.3 Dimensions
12.3.1 Balances with readability of 0.1 mg and draft shield
Models:
MS104TS
MS204TS
MS304TS
99
348
236
140
85
74
98
ø 90
77
115
245
21
140
194
174
218
204
86
173
347
Technical Data 69
12.3.2 Balances with readability of 1 mg and draft shield
Models:
MS303TS
MS403TS
MS603TS
MS1003TS
99
283
168
140
74
100
85
77
104.5 (MS1003x)
115
245
86
21
127
173
347
70 Technical Data
204
194
140
127
174
218
74
99
Models:
MS1602TS
MS3002TS
MS4002TS
MS4002TSDR
MS6002TS
MS6002TSDR
94
12.3.3 Balances with readability of 0.01 g
28
113
104.5 (MS6002x)
245
86
268
170
194
140
170
18.5
200
235.5
347
Technical Data 71
12.3.4 Balances with readability of 0.1 g to 1 g
74
99
Models:
MS8001TS
113
28
245
86
226
240
347
72 Technical Data
268
170
194
140
190
14
13 Accessories and Spare Parts
13.1 Accessories
Description
Part No.
Density determination
Glass beaker, height 100 mm, Ø 60 mm
00238167
Sinker for density of liquids in conjunction with density kit
Calibrated (sinker + certificate)
Recalibrated (new certificate)
00210260
00210672
00210674
Calibrated thermometer with certificate
11132685
Dynamic weighing pan MS-DWP-21 with 4 litre bowl (for
balances with readability of 0.01 g and 0.1 g )
30006471
Draft shield with sliding doors "mg" (usable heigh
168 mm)
12122405
Draft shield with sliding doors "0.1 mg" (usable heigh
236 mm)
12122404
Draft shield MS-DS-21 for models with readability of 0.1 g
up to 0.01 g.
12121014
Weighing pans
Draft shields
C
C
Accessories and Spare Parts 73
Printers
RS-P25 printer with RS232C connection to instrument
Paper roll, set of 5 pcs
Paper roll, self-adhesive, set of 3 pcs
Ribbon cartridge, black, set of 2 pcs
11124300
00072456
11600388
00065975
RS-P26 printer with RS232C connection to instrument
(with date and time)
Paper roll, set of 5 pcs
Paper roll, self-adhesive, set of 3 pcs
Ribbon cartridge, black, set of 2 pcs
11124303
RS-P28 printer with RS232C connection to instrument
(with date, time and applications
Paper roll, set of 5 pcs
Paper roll, self-adhesive, set of 3 pcs
Ribbon cartridge, black, set of 2 pcs
11124304
P-56RUE thermal printer with RS232C, USB and ethernet
connections, simple printouts, date and time, label print­
ing (limited).
Paper roll, white, set of 10 pcs
Paper roll, white, self-adhesive, set of 10 pcs
Paper roll, white, self-adhesive labels, set of
6 pcs
30094673
P-58RUE Thermal printer with RS232C, USB and ethernet
connections, simple printouts, date and time, label print­
ing, balance applications: statistics, formulation, totaling,
Paper roll, white, set of 10 pcs
Paper roll, white, self-adhesive, set of 10 pcs
Paper roll, white, self-adhesive labels, set of
6 pcs
30094674
00072456
11600388
00065975
00072456
11600388
00065975
30094723
30094724
30094725
30094723
30094724
30094725
Cables for RS232C interface
RS9 – RS9 (m/f): connection cable for PC, length = 1 m
11101051
RS9 – RS25 (m/f): connection cable for PC, length = 2 m
11101052
74 Accessories and Spare Parts
RS232 - USB converter cable – Cable with converter to
connect a balance (RS232) to a USB port
64088427
Cables for USB interface
USB (A –B) connection cable for connection to PC,
length = 1 m
12130716
Cable replacement (wireless)
Auxiliary displays
METTL
ER
RS232 auxiliary display AD-RS-M7
12122381
AC/DC universal adapter (EU, USA, AU, UK) 100–240
VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.3 A, 12 VDC 0.84 A
11120270
AC/DC adapter (without power cable) 100–240 V AC,
0.8 A, 50/60 Hz, 12 V DC 2.5 A
11107909
Protective cover for balaces with draft shield
12121850
Protective cover for balances without draft shield
12121851
TOLED
000
000
O
Power supplies
Protective covers
Accessories and Spare Parts 75
Anti-theft devices
Steel cable
11600361
LabX direct balance (simple data transfer)
11120340
Software
Weighing below the balance
Transport cases
Transport case
11124245
Adjustment weights
OIML / ASTM Weights (with calibration certificate) see www.mt.com/weights
Density kit MS-DNY-43 for MS-TS balances
(d = 0.1 mg/1 mg)
11142143
Bluetooth RS232 serial adapter ADP-BT-S for wireless
connection between printer and balance* or between bal­
ance and PC*. Fits printers P-56 / P-58 and the following
balance models (SW V3.20 or higher required): MS-TS.
* Bluetooth interface required
30086494
●
1 Bluetooth RS232 serial adapter (slave)
●
1 MT-DB9 male to female connector
●
1 MT-DB9 male to male connector
76 Accessories and Spare Parts
Bluetooth RS232 serial adapter set ADP-BT-P for wireless
connection between printer and balance. Fits printers P-56
/ P-58 and the following balance models (SW V3.20 or
higher required): MS-TS.
●
2 Bluetooth RS232 serial adapter paired (slave/mas­
ter)
●
1 MT-DB9 male to female connector
●
1 MT-DB9 male to male connector
30086495
13.2 Spare parts
Draft shield
Drawing
Pos
Description
5
Draft shield lock
6
Bottom plate
Draft shield "168 mm"
1
Top glass with handle
2
Rear glass low
3
Side glass door left low with handle
4
Side glass door right low with handle
7
Front glass low
Draft shield "236 mm"
1
Top glass with handle
2
Rear glass high
3
Side glass door left high with handle
4
Side glass door right high with handle
7
Front glass high
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part No.
12122013
12122019
12121884
12122015
12121881
12121883
12122014
12121884
12122012
12121880
12121882
12122011
Weighing pans / draft shield elements / support
Drawing
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
1
2
3
4
5
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
0.1 mg
1 mg
1 mg
5
1 mg
6
0.01 g
7
8
7
8
9
0.01 g
0.01 g
0.1 g
0.1 g
from
0.01 g
Leveling foot
7
8
9
MS
MS
10
10
Part no.
Weighing pan Ø 90 mm
Pan support Ø 90 mm
Draft shield element
Weighing pan 127x127 mm
Pan support 127x127 mm
for models up to 999 g
Pan support 127x127 mm
for models from 1000 g
Draft shield element
170x200 mm
Weighing pan 170x200 mm
Pan support 170x200 mm
Weighing pan 190x226 mm
Pan support 190x226 mm
Pan support caps
12122010
11124249
12122008
12122009
12122017
12122016
12122018
11124247
12121064
11124248
12121066
11131029
11106323
Accessories and Spare Parts 77
M
Index
A
Access protection
Adjustments
Applications
Tests
Adjusting
Ambient conditions
Application “Totaling”
Application home screen
Action buttons
Information and work bars
Information screen
Check weighing
Autopublish
49
41
34
41
23
18
39
12
12
12
12
35
48
MinWeigh
MT-SICS
47
59
Navigation
26
Operating temperature
23
PC-Direct
Power supply
Print
51
19
48
Sound
45
RS232C interface
58
N
O
P
Q
C
Changing the resolution
Cleaning
30
56
R
S
D
Dimensions
Disposal
Draft Shield
Safety Information
General
Intended use
Signal words
Staff safety
Warning Symbols
Selecting the location
Send weight value
Setting FACT
Signal words
Simple weighing
Software update
Spare parts
Staff safety
Switching
On
Switching off
Switching on
Switching the weighing unit
69
57
17, 77
F
FACT
Firmware update
Function PC-Direct
42
54
51
General configuration and
data
General safety information
General settings
General weighing options
47
G
8
45
47
I
Entering Text and numbers
Changing time
Installing the components
Intended use
Interface
MT-SICS
Interface RS232C
Interface USB device
13
14
17
8
Quick settings/Preferences
Leveling assistant
Leveling the balance
Location
46
21
20
18
8
8
8
8
8
18
48
42
8
27
54
77
8
23
24
24
28
T
Taring
Technical data dimensions
Technical data general
Totaling
Transporting the balance
59
58
59
31
69
60
39
22
L
78 Index
U
USB Device Interface
USB-Driver installing
User
Interface
52, 59
52
11
W
Warm-up time
Warning Symbols
Weighing below the bal­
ance
23, 60
8
22
Z
Zero setting
31
Index 79
GWP®
Good Weighing Practice™
GWP® is the global weighing standard, ensuring consistent accuracy
of weighing processes, applicable to all equipment from any manufacturer. It helps to:
• Choose the appropriate balance or scale
• Calibrate and operate your weighing equipment with security
• Comply with quality and compliance standards in laboratory and
manufacturing
www.mt.com/GWP
For more information
Mettler-Toledo AG, Laboratory Weighing
CH-8606 Greifensee, Switzerland
Tel. +41 (0)44 944 22 11
Fax +41 (0)44 944 30 60
www.mt.com
Subject to technical changes.
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