Operating Instructions Excellence Comparators

Operating Instructions Excellence Comparators
Operating Instructions
Excellence Comparators Balances
XP56/26/205CDR/505 Models – Part 1
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
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Overview XP56/XP26 Balances
Overview XP205CDR/XP505 Balances
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Unpacking and Checking the Delivered Items
Unpacking the Balance
Scope of Delivery
Selecting a Location
Assembling the Balance
Inner Draft Shield XP56/XP26 Comparator Balances
Outer Draft Shield XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505
Power Supply
Operating of the Outer Draft Shield and the Inner Draft Shield
Outer Draft Shield
Inner Draft Shield XP56/XP26
Setting the Reading Angle and Positioning the Terminal
Setting the Reading Angle
Remove Terminal and Place Close to the Balance
Transporting the Balance
Transporting Over Short Distances
Transporting Over Long Distances
Installing the ErgoClip
Installing the Grid Weighing Pan Cover
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Switching On / Off
Leveling the Balance
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Special Settings for XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505 Comparator Balances
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First Steps
5.1 5.2 6 Definition of Signal Warnings and Symbols
Product Specific Safety Notes
Setting up the Balance
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Overview XP Comparator Balances
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Safety Information
2.1 2.2 3 Conventions and Symbols Used in These Operating Instructions
Load the Balance
Settings for the Outer and Inner Draft Shield
Settings for the Comparators
Settings of the Standard Types XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505 Comparator
Balances
Settings of the Certified Version XP56/A, XP56/M, XP26/A, XP26/M Com­
parator Balances
Maintenance
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Cleaning
Disposal
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8 Technical Data
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General Data
Explanatory Notes for the METTLER TOLEDO AC Adapter
Model-specific Data
Dimensions
Dimensions of the XP56/XP26 Comparators
Dimensions of the XP205CDR/XP505 Comparators
Interfaces
Specifications of RS232C
Specifications of "Aux" Connection
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Accessories and Spare Parts
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Accessories
Spare Parts
Appendix
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Index
MT-SICS Interface Commands and Functions
Procedure for Certified Balances
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1 Introduction
Thank you for choosing a METTLER TOLEDO balance.
The balances of the XP line combine a large number of weighing and adjustment possibilities with exceptional­
ly convenient operation.
In this chapter you will be given basic information about your balance. Please read right through this chapter
carefully even if you already have experience with METTLER TOLEDO balances. Please pay special attention to
the safety warnings!
The different models have different characteristics regarding equipment and performance. Special notes in the
text indicate where this makes a difference to operation.
The XP line comprises a range of balances which differ from each other in relation to their weighing range and
resolution.
The following features are common to all models of the XP lines:
● Glass draft shield with motorized drive and inner glass draft shield for precise weighing even in unstable
environments.
● Fully automatic adjustment "ProFACT" using internal weights.
● Built-in level sensor, illuminated level indicator and Leveling Assistant for fast and easy leveling.
● Built-in applications for WeighCom, normal weighing, statistics, formulation, piece counting, percent weigh­
ing, density, differential weighing, and LabX Client.
● Integral RS232C interface.
● Slot for second interface (optional).
● Touch-sensitive graphics terminal ("Touch Screen") with color display.
● Two programmable sensors for hands-off operation ("SmartSens") to speed up frequently recurring tasks.
A brief word about standards, guidelines, and methods of quality assurance: The balances comply with usual
standards and guidelines. They support standard procedures, specifications, working methods, and reports
according to GLP (Good Laboratory Practice). In this connection, records of working procedures and adjust­
ments become very important; for this purpose we recommend you to use a printer from the METTLER TOLEDO
range, since these are optimally adapted to your balance. The balances conform to the applicable standards
and guidelines and possess a EC declaration of conformity. METTLER TOLEDO is certified as manufacturer
according to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
The Operating Instructions for the XP balances consist of 4 separate documents, whose contents are listed
bellow.
Part 1, This Document
Contents
● Introduction
● Safety Information
● Setting up the Balance
● Leveling the Balance
● Settings for XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505 Comparator Balances
● Cleaning and Service
● Technical Data
● Interface commands and MT-SICS functions
● Accessories
● Spare Parts
Introduction
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Part 2, Separate Document
Contents: Terminal, System and Applications
● Basic Principles for Using the Terminal and the Firmware
● System Settings
● User-specific Settings
● Applications
● Firmware (Software) Updates
● Error and Status Messages
● Conversion Table for Weight Units
● Recommended Printer Settings
Part 3, Separate Document
Contents: Adjustments and Tests
● Adjustments
● Tests
Operating Instructions "WeighCom Application for XP Comparator Balances"
When working with the WeighCom application, use the operating instructions "WeighCom Application for XP
Comparator Balances" that were included with the delivery.
Finding More Information
Internet http://www.mt.com/excellence
1.1 Conventions and Symbols Used in These Operating Instructions
The following conventions apply to the operating instructions: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and WeighCom Application
for XP Comparator Balances.
Key and button designations are indicated by a picture or text in square brackets (e.g. [ ] or [On/Off]).
This symbol indicates press key briefly (less than 1.5 s).
This symbol indicates press and hold key down (longer than 1.5 s).
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These symbols indicate an instruction:
prerequisites
steps
results
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Introduction
2 Safety Information
2.1 Definition of Signal Warnings and Symbols
Safety notes are indicated by signal words and warning symbols and contain warnings and information about
safety issues. Ignoring safety notes can lead to personal injury, damage to the instrument, malfunctions and
erroneous results.
Signal Words
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 damaged to the device
or the property or in losing of data or minor or medium injuries if not avoid­
ed.
Attention
(no symbol)
for important information about the product.
Note
(no symbol)
for useful information about the product.
Warning Symbols
General hazard
Electrical shock
2.2 Product Specific Safety Notes
Always operate and use your balance only in accordance with the Operating Instructions Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
and WeighCom Application for XP Comparator Balances.
The instructions for setting up your new balance must be strictly observed.
If the instrument is not used according to the manufacturer’s Operating Instructions (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
and WeighCom Application for XP Comparator Balances), protection of the instrument may be impaired.
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 con­
sidered as not intended.
It is not permitted to use the instrument in explosive atmosphere of gases, steam, fog, dust
and flammable dust (hazardous environments).
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CAUTION
Damage of Device
– For use only in dry interior rooms.
– Do not use sharply pointed objects to operate the keyboard! Although your balance is very
ruggedly constructed, it is nevertheless a precision instrument. Treat it with corresponding
care.
– Do not open the balance: It does not contain any parts which can be maintained, repaired,
or replaced by the user. If you ever have problems with your balance, contact your METTLER
TOLEDO dealer.
– Use only balance accessories and peripheral devices from METTLER TOLEDO; they are
optimally adapted to your balance.
CAUTION
Damage of Device
Use only the original universal AC 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.
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3 Overview XP Comparator Balances
3.1 Overview XP56/XP26 Balances
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Terminal (details see Operating Instructions –
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Operating keys
Drip tray
Handle/Coupling element for the operation of
the outer draft-shield doors
Outer glass draft shield
Handle for operation of the outer draft-shield
top door
Removable clips for feeding cables or hoses
Slot for second interface (optional)
Fastening point for anti-theft device
Cooling element (based on model)
Aux 2 (connection for "ErgoSens", hand- or
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Grid weighing pan
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Hanging weighing pan
Inner glass draft shield
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Guide for top door of draft shield and handle for
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Level indicator / Level sensor
Socket for AC adapter
Foot screw
RS232C serial interface
Aux 1 (connection for "ErgoSens", hand- or
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Operating keys
Drip tray
Handle/Coupling element for the operation of
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Glass draft shield
Handle for operation of the outer draft-shield
top door
Removable clips for feeding cables or hoses
Slot for second interface (optional)
Fastening point for anti-theft device
Cooling element (based on model)
Aux 2 (connection for "ErgoSens", hand- or
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Display (Touch-sensitive "Touch Screen")
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Grid weighing pan
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Guide for top door of draft shield and handle for
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Level indicator / Level sensor
Socket for AC adapter
Foot screw
RS232C serial interface
Aux 1 (connection for "ErgoSens", hand- or
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4 Setting up the Balance
This chapter explains how to unpack your new balance, and how to set it up and prepare it for operation. When
you have carried out the steps described in this chapter, your balance is ready for operation.
4.1 Unpacking and Checking the Delivered Items
4.1.1 Unpacking the Balance
1 Lift the cardboard box (1) out of the packaging.
2 Take out the Operating Instructions that explain the further procedure for unpacking and assembling your
balance.
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Top packing cushion
Set with inner draft shield, drip tray, and grid weighing pan micro
Balance
Lifting strap
Terminal
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The terminal is connected to the balance by a cable!
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Bottom packing cushion
– Take the Operating Instructions and other documents (8) out of the
cardboard box.
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1 Pull out set (9) with AC adapter, power supply cable, tweezers,
and the set containing hanging weighing pan, ErgoClip basket
micro and grid weighing pan cover micro.
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2 Pull out set (10) with outer draft shield doors and terminal support.
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Set with:
● ErgoClip basket micro
• Hanging weighing pan and support (11)
• Support (12)
• Basket (13)
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● Grid weighing pan cover micro (14).
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Use the lifting strap to lift the balance out of the packaging carton.
1 Unfasten lifting strap (5).
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2 Remove top packing cushion (2).
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– Pull out set (3) with inner draft shield etc.
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– Carefully pull the terminal out of the bottom packing cushion and
remove the protective cover.
Note
The terminal is connected to the balance by a cable, so only pull the
terminal just far enough out of the packing cushion to remove the pro­
tective cover.
1 Place the terminal on the front of the balance.
2 Hold the balance by the guide or handle, hold the terminal firmly
with your other hand, and pull the balance and terminal together
out of the bottom packing cushion.
1 Place the balance with the terminal in the place where the balance
will be used for weighing.
2 Remove the cover from the balance.
Note
Please keep all parts of the packaging. This packaging guarantees best possible protection of your balance for
transportation, see Transporting the Balance (page 22)
4.2 Scope of Delivery
The standard scope of delivery contains the following items:
● Balance with terminal
• RS232C interface
• Slot for second interface (optional)
• Feedthroughs for below-the-balance weighing and for antitheft device
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● Set with inner & outer draft shield, drip tray, hanging weighing pan and terminal support for XP26 and
XP56 comparator
• Ergo Clip basket micro with support
• Grid weighing pan cover micro (attachment for grid weighing pan)
● Set with outer draft shield, drip tray and grid weighing pan micro for XP205CDR and XP505 comparator
● Protective cover for the terminal
● AC adapter with country-specific power cable
● Tweezers
● Cleaning brush
● Production certificate
● CE declaration of conformity
● Operating Instructions Part 1 (this document), Part 2, Part 3 and WeighCom Application for XP Comparator
Balances
4.3 Selecting a Location
Choose a position which is stable, free from vibration, and as nearly
horizontal as possible. The supporting surface must be able to bear
the weight of the fully loaded balance safely.
Avoid the following:
● Direct sunlight
● Draft (e.g. from fans or air conditioning)
● Excessive fluctuations in temperature.
Further information can be found in Weighing the Right Way.
Observe ambient conditions. See Technical Data (page 34).
Note
If the balance is not horizontal from the beginning, it will have to be
leveled during initial operation. See Leveling the Balance (page 28).
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4.4 Assembling the Balance
4.4.1 Inner Draft Shield XP56/XP26 Comparator Balances
1 Insert the front glass (1) of the inner draft shield.
2 Ensure the glass is centered and pushed in as far as the stop.
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Hanging weighing pan
CAUTION
Damage of Device
When installing the hanging weighing pan, it is advisable to wear gloves.
1 Insert the drip tray (1).
2 Insert the support (2).
3 Check that the guide is correctly installed on both sides.
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4 Place the hanging weighing pan (3) on the swivel bearing by the
support (2).
Attention
5 After you have installed the hanging weighing pan (balance in
operation) you must switch the balance off and then switch it on
again «On/Off» key.
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Grid weighing pan
1 Insert the drip tray (1).
2 Insert the drip tray from the side under the upper 2 pins. The notch­ 2
es must be positioned by the springs.
3 Insert the grid weighing pan (2) from above.
4 Check that the grid weighing pan is correctly hooked in on both
sides.
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1 Insert the side window (1) of the inner draft shield.
2 At an angle of approximately 45 degrees to the final position, place
the 2 black clips on the back guide shaft.
3 Push the window up until you can swivel it in over the front glass.
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1 Insert the window (1) of the inner draft shield into the guide of the
front glass and lower it to the floor.
2 The window must run easily.
3 Press the coupling pins (2) toward the inside.
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4 Now insert the window on the other side of the inner draft shield.
The procedure is the same.
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1 Put the top glass (1) on.
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2 Insert the sealing cover (2).
Note
The sealing cover closes the opening in the top glass through which
you can pipette into a high container.
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Attention
Do not use the sealing cover to lift the top glass of the draft shield!
4.4.2 Outer Draft Shield XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505
1 Insert the top door of the draft shield (1) at an angle (slightly less
than 30 degrees) into the guide positioned at the back.
2 Swivel the draft-shield door (2) carefully down, see figure.
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The handles (A) must be turned toward the outside to allow instal­
lation of the side draft shield doors!
1 Insert the side doors of the draft shield according to the following
instructions, see figure below.
2 Insert the side door at an angle of approx. 30° into the 2 openings,
see figure.
3 Check that the side door is correctly inserted as shown!
4 Swivel the side door up against the balance until it engages with a
click.
5 The side door must run easily, otherwise it is not correctly inserted.
6 Insert the second side door of the draft shield.
The procedure is identical.
7 Push the side doors completely to the back.
1 Insert the front glass (2) of the draft shield.
2 In the bottom part of the balance at the front, move at an angle
from the top toward the bottom until the two hooks of the front
glass of the draft shield lie on the rollers (1).
3 Swivel the front glass of the draft shield up until it engages.
1 Insert the terminal support.
2 First lay the cable in the guide by the terminal support.
3 Insert the terminal support into the opening of the front glass of the
draft shield.
The terminal support must engage with a click.
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1 Mount the terminal.
2 Place the terminal in the center of the support.
3 Push it against the balance until it swivels slightly down at the front
by the terminal support.
You can push the cable into the balance.
Attention
The balance and the terminal are not fastened together by the terminal support! When transporting by hand,
always hold the balance and the terminal firmly, see Transporting the Balance (page 22).
Note
You can also place the terminal free of the terminal support anywhere around the balance where the length of
the cable allows.
4.5 Power Supply
WARNING
Risk of electric shock
– Ensure that the AC power pack for the balance is only used in accordance with the specifi­
cations listed in chapter General Data.
– Your instrument is supplied with a 3-pin power cable with an equipment grounding con­
ductor. Only extension cables which meet this relevant standards and also have an equip­
ment grounding conductor may be used. Intentional disconnection of the equipment ground­
ing conductor is prohibited.
● Your balance is delivered complete with an AC adapter and a country-specific power supply cable. The AC
adapter is suitable for all power supply voltages in the range of: 100 – 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, for exact speci­
fications, see Technical Data (page 34).
● First, check whether the voltage of the power supply matches your local line voltage. If this is not the case,
on no account connect the balance to the power, but contact your METTLER TOLEDO sales representative or
dealer.
● Guide the cables so that they cannot become damaged and will not be in your way during your daily work!
Take care that the AC adapter cannot come into contact with liquids!
● The power plug must be always accessible.
● Before operating, check all cables for damage.
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– Plug the AC adapter (1) into the socket (2) in the back of your bal­
ance and into the power supply.
After the balance has been connected to the power supply, it carries
out a self test and is then ready for operation.
Note
If the display field remains dark, even though the power supply con­
nection functions.
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1 First disconnect the balance from the power supply.
2 Open the terminal.
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3 Press both buttons (3) on the back of the terminal and open the
upper part of the terminal.
4 Check that the plug for the terminal cable (4) is connected correctly
inside the terminal.
4.6 Operating of the Outer Draft Shield and the Inner Draft Shield
4.6.1 Outer Draft Shield
The outer draft shield of your balance can be adapted to the environmental conditions and your weighing style,
as well as to the type of weighing and loading.
The doors of the outer draft shield can be opened and closed either by means of the « » key, the "SmartSens"
sensors, or by hand, see Operating Instructions – Part 2.
Try various different combinations by moving the 3 external handles up/inside and down/outside. We recom­
mend you to set up the outer draft shield so that it only opens on the side where the balance is loaded. Your
balance then works faster, because there are fewer troublesome currents of air than when both doors of the out­
er draft shield are opened together.
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1 For motorized door operation the handles must be connected.
Side doors: Handles turned toward the inside.
Top door: Handle down in horizontal position.
2 For manual door operation the handles must be disconnected.
Side doors: Handles turned toward the outside.
Top door: Handle up in vertical position.
Note
It is best to make connections when the draft shield is closed.
4.6.2 Inner Draft Shield XP56/XP26
– For motorized operation of the inner draft shield the coupling bolts
(1) must be pressed inward.
The two side doors can be controlled separately.
You can also open the side doors of the inner draft shield only part­
way, with a choice of 25 %, 50 % or 75 %, see Operating Instruc­
tions – Part 2.
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4.7 Setting the Reading Angle and Positioning the Terminal
4.7.1 Setting the Reading Angle
1 Press in the two buttons (1) on the back of the terminal.
The top of the terminal can then be pulled up or pushed down
until it engages in the desired position. A total of 3 setting posi­
tions are available.
2 Move it in an appropriate position.
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4.7.2 Remove Terminal and Place Close to the Balance
The terminal is connected to the balance by a cable. So you can arrange your workplace optimally, the terminal
can be removed from the balance and placed separately.
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Place the terminal separately
1 Switch the balance off.
2 Carefully lift the terminal off the terminal support.
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Note
The cable can also be led out of the back of the balance. If working
this way would be convenient for you, call your METTLER TOLEDO
dealer who will adapt the balance for you.
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4.8 Transporting the Balance
1 Switch off the balance.
2 The balance must be disconnected from the power supply.
3 Remove any interface cable from the balance.
4.8.1 Transporting Over Short Distances
If you wish to move your balance over a short distance to a new location, proceed as follows.
CAUTION
Damage of Device
Never lift the balance by the glass draft shield or the cooling element, as this can cause
damage!
1 With one hand, hold the balance by the guide for the top door of
the draft shield.
2 With your other hand, hold the terminal. The terminal is not rigidly
fastened to the balance, so you must always hold the balance with
one hand and the terminal with the other.
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the notes in chapter Selecting a Location (page 14).
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4.8.2 Transporting Over Long Distances
If you want to transport or ship your balance over long distances, or if it is not certain that the balance will be
transported upright, use the complete original packaging.
Disassemble the following parts
1 Lift the terminal (1) out of the terminal support and place it next to
the support.
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2 Pull the terminal support (2) off the balance.
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3 Swivel the front glass (3) of the outer draft shield away from the
balance.
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4 Carefully fold the side doors (4+5) against the respective handles
and pull the side doors out of the guide.
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5 Swivel the front ot the top door (6) of the outer draft shield up and
pull the door out of the guide.
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6 Remove the sealing cover (7).
7 Lift the top glass (8) of the inner draft shield off.
8 Pull both side doors (9 + 10) off. Pull up, turn to the side, and pull
away.
9 Lift the grid weighing pan (11) and lift it out of the guides.
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10 Pull the drip tray (12) out at the side.
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11 Pull the front glass (13) up and away.
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Pack the outer draft shield and the terminal support (Pos. 3-6 and 2)
– Place these parts in the compartments provided in the original
packaging.
Note
We advise you to place a sheet of paper between the sides glasses
of the draft shield.
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Pack the inner draft shield, the drip tray, and the grid weighing pan (Pos. 7-13)
– Place these parts in the special compartments provided in the origi­
nal packaging.
Pack the set with
● Hanging weighing pan and support (1)
● ErgoClip basket micro
• Support (2)
• Basket (3)
● Grid weighing pan cover micro (4).
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Pack the 2 sets (1 + 2)
● Set (1) with AC adapter, power cable, tweezers, and the set with
the ErgoClip Basket micro and grid weighing pan cover micro.
● Set (2) with the outer draft shield and terminal support.
● The Operating Instructions and other documents.
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CAUTION
Damage of Device
These instructions must be followed exactly, otherwise the balance may be damaged when
inserting it into the packing cushions.
1 Push the guide of the upper draft shield door right to the front.
2 Push the guide of the draft shield side doors right to the front.
3 Fold the handles of the guides up/in.
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Note
For packing both the balance and the terminal, you have a protective
cover in which they were delivered. These are deliberately not shown in
the illustrations so you can see better how the individual items must be
positioned. However, we recommend you to use these protective cov­
ers.
1 Place the terminal on the balance (see illustration) and carefully
insert the balance into the bottom packing cushion.
2 Take the terminal and place it in front of the packing cushion on the
table.
– Place the set in the packing cushion along with the inner draft
shield, see illustration.
– Insert the terminal into the packing cushion as shown in the illus­
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1 Now put the top packing cushion in place.
Taking care to position it correctly.
2 Pass the lifting strap around both packing cushions, see illustra­
tion.
3 Tighten it until it lies close against the packaging.
You can now lift the packed balance by the lifting strap and
insert it into the transport carton.
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– Place the packaging with the outer draft shield and AC adapter sets
on the balance in the transportation carton.
4.9 Installing the ErgoClip
Attention
Before you install an ErgoClip you must switch off the balance [On/Off] key.
To install the ErgoClip included in the delivery, or an optional ErgoClip, please proceed as follows:
1 Remove the grid weighing pan (SmartGrid) from the balance.
2 Insert the support (1) for the "ErgoClip Basket micro".
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3 Place the basket (2) on the guide (3) of the support.
4 Switch the balance on again [On/Off] key.
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Important to know!
If you do not switch the balance off before you do the installation, the ProFACT function is not activated.
Reason
Addition of the ErgoClip causes the dead-load tolerance range of the balance to be exceeded. The balance
therefore does not activate ProFACT, so as not to interrupt the assumed weighing operation.
When this status icon appears in the display, it means: "The balance
wants to execute ProFACT" but cannot.
4.10 Installing the Grid Weighing Pan Cover
Note
For standard operation with conventional tare containers, we do not recommend using this weighing pan. Its
use may affect the stabilization time and degree of accuracy. The listed specifications are reached without a
weighing pan.
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Setting up the Balance
CAUTION
Hand injuries
Take care when handling the weighing pan, the corners and edges are extremely sharp!
Attention
With installed grid weighing pan cover, the balance does not switch to "Standby" mode!
1 For the installation, remove the grid weighing pan from the weigh­
ing chamber.
2 Gently press the cover onto the grid weighing pan.
3 Replace the grid weighing pan with the installed grid weighing pan
cover.
Setting up the Balance
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5 First Steps
5.1 Switching On / Off
Switching On
– Press [On/Off].
The display appears.
On
Off
Note
If the balance has not been set up exactly horizontally, a warning text will appear shortly after the balance is
turned on, prompting you to level the balance, see Leveling the Balance (page 28).
Switching Off
– Press [On/Off] until "Off" appears in the display.
Note
Do not disconnect the balance from the power supply except if you will
not be using the balance for an extended period.
5.2 Leveling the Balance
Your balance has a built-in levelcontrol, that constantly checks the cor­
rect horizontal alignment.
When the levelcontrol detects that the level is incorrect, a warning will
appear and a warning beep will sound. A status icon will also appear
in the upper right-hand corner of the display.
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Setting up the Balance
On
Off
1 To start the Leveling Assistent, tap [Info].
The Leveling Assistant will guide you step by step through the
leveling process.
2 Watch the levelcontrol located of your balance and press the
appropriate button of the current position.
The Leveling Assistant will show you with red arrows in which
direction you need to turn the two footscrews on the back of the
balance.
3 Screw the footscrew until the air bubble is in the inner circle.
4 Tap [Exit].
A message appears that advises you to adjust the balance.
5 Confirm with [OK].
Status icon will no longer appear and balance returns to normal
operation.
First Steps
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6 Special Settings for XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505 Comparator Balances
To fully utilize the high resolution of the balance, some specific rules must be observed. These will enable you
to obtain the best possible results.
Take care to choose a good location see Selecting a Location (page 14).
– Operate the balance on a stone bench.
Other surfaces can have a negative effect on the weighing performance.
6.1 Load the Balance
Because of the high resolution of the balance, even minute differences of temperature or humidity can affect the
result. Make sure that the weighing chamber and hanging weighing pan are clean and that the weighing sam­
ple is acclimatized.
CAUTION
Damage of Device
Do not use the sealing cover to lift the top glass of the draft shield.
1 Do not touch the reference and test weights with your hands.
2 Always use suitable tweezers for loading and unloading the balance.
The sealing cover in the top glass of the inner draft shield closes the opening in the glass through which you
can pipette into a high container.
6.2 Settings for the Outer and Inner Draft Shield
Operation of the draft shield doors is the same for the outer and the inner draft shield. You can set the door
opening separately in steps of 25 % to 100 %.
Depending on your settings for the coupling elements, see Operating of the Outer Draft Shield and the Inner
Draft Shield (page 20), you determine which doors will be opened.
– Only open the doors that are necessary for loading.
Changing the settings for the draft shield doors
– Press [ ]
Window "User Setting" opens.
In this menu you can adjust the function of the doors of the outer- /and
inner draft shield to your requirements.
– Tap [
].
Window "Door" opens.
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First Steps
Door Function
1 To operate the doors manually, you tap the [ ] key or use
SmartSens.
2 Activate the Automatic door function.
The doors of the outer and inner draft shields open and close auto­
matically whenever necessary.
Example
● When you press the [
] key, the doors open automatically to
allow you to place the tare weight on the pan.
● When you are prompted to place the adjustment weight on the pan
while you are adjusting the balance, the doors automatically open.
As soon as you have placed the weight on the pan, the doors auto­
matically close again.
● The doors will close automatically whenever this is required to
reach a stable weight value.
● The doors open and close automatically during many work
processes (e.g. piece counting), depending on the current require­
ments of the application.
Factory setting: [Manual]
Doorway and Doorway inner draft shield
Doorway
Opening width of the outer draft shield.
Doorway inner draft Opening width of the inner draft shield
shield
(XP56/XP26).
This setting allows you to define how wide the doors of the outer- and
inner draft shield open (automatically or manually). If you select the
100 % setting, the doors will open all the way. If you select [25 %],
however, the doors will open only a quarter of the way. Two other
intermediate settings can be selected.
If your application allows it, you can reduce the opening of the doors.
This shortens the opening and closing times, making environmental
influences (drafts) less bothersome.
Factory setting: [100 %]
6.3 Settings for the Comparators
6.3.1 Settings of the Standard Types XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505 Comparator Balances
AutoZero
Is switched off at initial operation and after a factory reset (resetting to the
factory settings), but can be switched on again when required.¨
When changing over to the "WeighCom" application, "AutoZero" is automat­
ically switched off. When changing back to the "Weigh" application, the pre­
vious status of "AutoZero" is restored.
Attention
When comparing masses, "AutoZero" must not be switched on, because it
can distort the measurement values.
ProFACT
Is switched off at initial operation and after a factory reset (resetting to the
factory settings). When comparing masses, it is not advisable to switch
ProFACT on.
Special Settings for XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505 Comparator Balances
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6.3.2 Settings of the Certified Version XP56/A, XP56/M, XP26/A, XP26/M Comparator Balances
AutoZero
ProFACT
On certified balances, "AutoZero" must be switched on, but can be switched
off if required.
Is switched on at initial operation and after a factory reset (resetting to the
factory settings), but can be switched off when required.
When changing over to the "WeighCom" application, "AutoZero" is automat­
ically switched off. When changing back to the "Weigh" application, the pre­
vious status of "AutoZero" is restored.
Autom. ext. Adjust.
Attention
Is not allowed for certified balances.
This function must be performed by a service technician.
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Special Settings for XP56/XP26/XP205CDR/XP505 Comparator Balances
7 Maintenance
7.1 Cleaning
Periodically clean the weighing chamber, the housing, and the terminal of your balance using the brush sup­
plied with it. The maintenance interval depends on your standard operating procedure (SOP).
Please observe the following notes
WARNING
Damage of balance
- The balance must be disconnected from the power supply.
- Ensure that no liquid comes into contact with the balance, the terminal or the AC adapter.
- Never open the balance, terminal or AC adapter – they contain no components, which can
be cleaned, repaired or replaced by the user.
CAUTION
Damage of balance
On no account use cleaning agents which contain solvents or abrasive ingredients, as this
can result in damage to the terminal overlay.
Cleaning
Your balance is made from high quality, resistant materials and can therefore be cleaned with a commercially
available, mild cleaning agent.
1 To clean the weighing chamber thoroughly, swivel the glasses of the draft shields (inner and outer draft
shield) away from the balance and pull them out of their fastenings.
It may be necessary to turn the weighing pan slightly to remove it.
2 Carefully raise the front of the weighing pan and lift it out of the guide.
3 Pull the drip tray away from the balance.
4 When you replace these parts, make sure they are in the correct position.
Note
Please contact your METTLER TOLEDO dealer for details of the available service options. Regular servicing by
an authorized service engineer ensures constant accuracy for years to come and prolongs the service life of
your balance.
7.2 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 professional use), the content of this regu­
lation must also be related.
Thank you for your contribution to environmental protection.
Maintenance
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8 Technical Data
8.1 General Data
CAUTION
Use only with a tested AC Adapter with SELV output current.
Ensure correct polarity
Power supply
Power supply connector with AC/DC
adapter:
Power supply to the balance:
11107909
Primary: 100-240 VAC, -15%/+10%, 50/60 Hz
Secondary: 12 VDC ±/-3%, 2.0 A (with electronic overload pro­
tection)
Design: 3-core, with country-specific plug
Note
Make sure the power supply plug is freely accessible
12 VDC ±/-3%, 2.0 A, maximum ripple: 80 mVDCpp
Protection and standards
Overvoltage category:
Degree of pollution:
Protection:
Standards for safety and EMC:
Range of application:
Class II
2
Protected against dust and water
See Declaration of Conformity
For use only in closed interior rooms
Cable to AC adapter:
Environmental conditions
Height above mean sea level:
Ambient temperature:
Relative air humidity:
Warm-up time:
Materials
Housing:
Terminal:
Hanging weighing pan and Grid
weighing pan:
Up to 4000 m
10-30 °C
40% – 70%
At least 12 hours after connecting the balance to the power sup­
ply. The balance should not be switched into standby mode.
Die-cast aluminum, plastic, chrome steel and glass
Die-cast zinc, chromed and plastics
Chrome-nickel steel X5CrNi18-10
8.2 Explanatory Notes for the METTLER TOLEDO AC Adapter
The certified external power supply which conforms to the requirements for Class II double insulated equipment
is not provided with a protective earth connection but with a functional earth connection for EMC purposes. This
earth connection IS NOT a safety feature. Further information about conformance of our products can be found
in the brochure "Declaration of Conformity" which is coming with each product.
In case of testing with regard to the European Directive 2001/95/EC the power supply and the balance have to
be handled as Class II double insulated equipment.
Consequently an earth bonding test is not required. Similarly it is not necessary to carry out an earth bonding
test between the supply earth conductor and any exposed metalwork on the balance.
Because the balance are sensitive to static charges a leakage resistor, typically 10 kΩ, is connected between
the earth connector and the power supply output terminals. The arrangement is shown in the equivalent circuit
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Maintenance
diagram. This resistor is not part of the electrical safety arrangement and does not require testing at regular
intervals.
Plastic Housing
Double Insulation
P
AC
Input 100…240 VAC
Output 12 VDC
DC
N
10 kΩ coupling resistor for
electrostatic discharge
E
Equivalent circuit diagram
8.3 Model-specific Data
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Tare range (from…to)
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Repeatability (at nominal load) (ABA, mea­
sured at) 1)
Repeatability (at low load) (ABA, measured at)
XP26 Comparator
XP56 Comparator
sd
sd
22 g
0.001 mg
0 … 22 g
0.002 mg (22 g)
0.0015 mg (20 g)
52 g
0.001 mg
0 … 52 g
0.0045 mg (52 g)
0.003 mg (50 g)
sd
0.0007 mg (1 g)
0.0007 mg (1 g)
0.006 mg
0.00 mg (20 g)
0.08 mg (20 g)
0.0001 %/°C
0.0001 %/a
0.020 mg
0.00 mg (50 g)
0.125 mg (50 g)
0.0001 %/°C
0.0001 %/a
0.0015 mg (22 g)
0.0016 mg (20 g)
0.0016 mg
0.003 mg (10 g)
0.02 mg (20 g)
2.1 mg
0.14 mg
3.5 s
0.003 mg (52 g)
0.0027 mg (50 g)
0.0051 mg
0.006 mg (20 g)
0.03 mg (50 g)
2.1 mg
0.14 mg
3.5 s
263x487x322 mm
40x40 mm (WxD)
∅ 35 mm
263x487x322 mm
40x40 mm (WxD)
∅ 35 mm
0.0007 mg + 0.0000038 %·Rgr
0.0007 mg + 0.0000042 %·Rgr
√(0.12pg·Rnt)
0.00003 %·Rnt
0.0001 %·Rnt
2.1 mg + 0.0114 %·Rgr
0.14 mg + 0.0008 %·Rgr
36 s
0.0007 mg + 0.0000046 %·Rgr
0.0007 mg + 0.000004 %·Rgr
√(0.5pg·Rnt)
0.00003 %·Rnt
0.00012 %·Rnt
2.1 mg + 0.0138 %·Rgr
0.14 mg + 0.0009 %·Rgr
36 s
1)
Linearity deviation
Eccentricity deviation (test load)
Sensitivity offset (test weight) 2)
Sensitivity temperature drift
Sensitivity stability
Typical values
Repeatability 1)
Repeatability ABA 1)
Linearity deviation
Eccentric deviation (test load) 3)
Sensitivity offset (test load) 2)
Minimum sample weight (according to USP) 1)
Minimum sample weight (U=1%, k=2) 1)
Settling time
Dimensions
Balance dimensions (WxDxH)
Grid weighing pan dimensions
Hanging weighing pan dimensions
Typical uncertainties and supplementary data
Repeatability 1)
Repeatability (ABA, measured at)1)
Differential linearity deviation
Differential eccentric load deviation 3)
Sensitivity offset 2)
Minimum sample weight (according to USP) 1)
Minimum sample weight (U=1%, k=2) 1)
Weighing time
sd
sd
sd
sd
sd
sd
sd
Technical Data
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Interface update rate
Usable height of draft shield
Weight of balance
Number of built-in reference weights
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
XP26 Comparator
23/s
72 mm
11.5 kg
2
XP56 Comparator
23/s
72 mm
11.5 kg
2
20 g F1, 1 g E2
50 g F2, 2 g E2
Weights #11123006
ASTM CarePac
#11123003
20 g 1, 1 g 1
50 g 1, 2 g 1
Weights #11123106
#11123103
sd
=
Standard deviation
Rnt
=
Net weight (sample weight)
Rgr
=
Gross weight
a
=
Year (annum)
2)
After adjustment with built-in reference weight
1)
Valid for compact objects
3)
Only with the grid weighing pan. With the hanging weighing
pan the value = 0 (zero).
Limit values
Maximum capacity
Readability
Tare range (from…to)
Readability, fine range
Repeatability (at nominal load)
Repeatability (at nominal load) (ABA, mea­
sured at) 1)
Repeatability (at low load) (ABA, measured at)
XP205CDR Comparator
XP505 Comparator
sd
sd
220 g
0.1 mg
0 … 220 g
0.01 mg
0.060 mg (220 g)
0.050 mg (200 g)
520 g
0.01 mg
0 … 520 g
–
0.06 mg (520 g)
0.035 mg (500 g)
sd
0.015 mg (10 g)
0.01 mg (50 g)
0.15 mg
0.25 mg (100 g)
0.5 mg (200 g)
0.0001 %/°C
0.0001 %/a
0.1 mg
0.2 mg (200 g)
1.25 mg (500 g)
0.0001 %/°C
0.0001 %/a
0.027 mg (220 g)
0.0175 mg (200 g)
0.051 mg
0.05 mg (100 g)
0.16 mg (200 g)
21 mg
1.4 mg
1.5 s
2.5 s
0.041 mg (520 g)
0.031 mg (500 g)
0.079 mg
0.1 mg (200 g)
0.25 mg (500 g)
45 mg
3 mg
5s
–
263x487x322 mm
78x73 mm (WxD)
263x487x322 mm
78x73 mm (WxD)
0.04 mg + 0.000005 %·Rgr
0.007 mg + 0.000012 %·Rgr
0.007 mg + 0.0000084 %·Rgr
√12pg·Rnt
0.00005 %·Rnt
0.00008 %·Rnt
21 mg + 0.036 %·Rgr
8 mg + 0.001 %·Rgr
24 s
36 s
23/s
235 mm
0.04 mg + 0.000006 %·Rgr
–
0.008 mg + 0.0000046 %·Rgr
√50pg·Rnt
0.00005 %·Rnt
0.00005 %·Rnt
45 mg + 0.015 %·Rgr
3 mg + 0.001 %·Rgr
36 s
–
23/s
235 mm
1)
Linearity deviation
Eccentricity deviation (test load)
Sensitivity offset (test weight) 2)
Sensitivity temperature drift
Sensitivity stability
Typical values
Repeatability 1)
Repeatability ABA 1)
Linearity deviation
Eccentric deviation (test load) 3)
Sensitivity offset (test load) 2)
Minimum sample weight (according to USP) 1)
Minimum sample weight (U=1%, k=2) 1)
Settling time
Settling time, fine range
Dimensions
Balance dimensions (WxDxH)
Grid weighing pan dimensions
Typical uncertainties and supplementary data
Repeatability 1)
Repeatability, fine range 1)
Repeatability (ABA, measured at) 1)
Differential linearity deviation
Differential eccentric load deviation 3)
Sensitivity offset 2)
Minimum sample weight (according to USP) 1)
Minimum sample weight (U=1%, k=2) 1)
Weighing time
Weighing time, fine range
Interface update rate
Usable height of outer draft shield
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Technical Data
sd
sd
sd
sd
sd
sd
sd
sd
Weight of balance
Number of built-in reference weights
Weights for routine testing
OIML CarePac
XP205CDR Comparator
10 kg
2
XP505 Comparator
10 kg
2
200 g F2, 10 g F1
500 g F2, 20 g F1
Weights #11123001
ASTM CarePac
#11123007
200 g 1, 10 g 1
500 g 1, 20 g 1
Weights #11123101
#11123107
sd
=
Standard deviation
Rnt
=
Net weight (sample weight)
Rgr
=
Gross weight
a
=
Year (annum)
2)
After adjustment with built-in reference weight
1)
Valid for compact objects
3)
Only with the grid weighing pan. With the hanging weighing
pan the value = 0 (zero).
Technical Data
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8.4 Dimensions
8.4.1 Dimensions of the XP56/XP26 Comparators
Dimensions in mm.
With hanging weighing pan
296
300
∆22
322
150
155
72
36
58
57
133
53
181
252
486.5
11
80
XP56/XP26 Comparator with Hanging weighing pan
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Technical Data
263
186
150
241
195
85
∆ 35
With grid weighing pan
296
111.5
300
22
322
150
155
36
58
58.5
133
53
181
252
486.5
11
263
186
150
40
241
195
85
40
80
XP56/XP26 Comparator with grid weighing pan
Technical Data
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8.4.2 Dimensions of the XP205CDR/XP505 Comparators
Dimensions in mm.
322
296
300
150
155
58
60
133
233.5
252
150
241
195
73
XP205CDR/XP505 Comparators
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Technical Data
186
11
78
486.5
263
181
8.5 Interfaces
8.5.1 Specifications of RS232C
Interface type:
Max. cable length:
Signal level:
Voltage interface according to EIA RS-232C/DIN 66020 (CCITT V24/V.28)
15 m
Outputs:
Inputs:
Connector:
Operating mode:
Transmission mode:
Transmission code:
Baud rates:
Bits/parity:
Stop bits:
Handshake:
End-of-line:
+3 V ... 25 V
–5 V ... –15 V (RL = 3 – 7 kΩ)
–3 V ... 25 V
Sub-D, 9-pole, female
Full duplex
Bit-serial, asynchronous
ASCII
600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 384001) (firmware selectable)
7-bit/even, 7-bit/odd, 7-bit/none, 8-bit/none (firmware selectable)
1 stop bit
None, XON/XOFF, RTS/CTS (firmware selectable)
<CR><LF>, <CR>, <LF> (firmware selectable)
Pin 2: Balance transmit line (TxD)
Data
GND
+5 V ... +15 V (RL = 3 – 7 kΩ)
Pin 3: Balance receive line (RxD)
5
1
9
6
Pin 5: Ground signal (GND)
Pin 7: Clear to send (hardware handshake) (CTS)
Pin 8: Request to send (hardware handshake) (RTS)
Handshake
8.5.2 Specifications of "Aux" Connection
You can connect the METTLER TOLEDO "ErgoSens" or an external switch to sockets "Aux 1" and "Aux 2". This
allows you to start functions such as taring, zeroing, printing and others.
Do not connect!
∅ 3.5 mm
External connection
Connector:
3.5 mm stereo jack connector
Electrical data:
Max. voltage
12 V
Max. current
150 mA
GND
Connection contact
Technical Data
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9 Accessories and Spare Parts
9.1 Accessories
You can increase the functionality of your balance with accessories from the METTLER TOLEDO range. The fol­
lowing options are available:
Description
Part No.
Printers
17.3
19.3 75 g
8.00 19 g
7.77 3 g
6.55 3
10.5 4 g g
8.09 06 g
5.87 7 g
3.20 6 g
1.09 5 g
8g
Printe
11132540
00072456
11600388
00065975
METTLER
TOLEDO
RS-P42 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
00229265
00072456
11600388
00065975
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
Second RS232C Interface
11132500
Ethernet Interface for connection to an Ethernet network
11132515
BT option: Bluetooth Interface for multipoint connection for up
to 6 Bluetooth devices
11132530
r
17.3
19.3 75 g
8.00 19 g
7.77 3 g
6.55 3
10.5 4 g g
8.09 06 g
5.87 7 g
3.20 6 g
1.09 5 g
8g
Printe
METTLER
TOLEDO
BT-P42 printer with Bluetooth connection to instrument
Paper roll, set of 5 pcs
Paper roll, self-adhesive, set of 3 pcs
Ribbon cartridge, black, set of 2 pcs
r
Optional interfaces
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Technical Data
BTS option: Bluetooth Interface, single-point connection
11132535
PS/2 option: Interface for connecting commercial keyboards
and barcode readers
11132520
LocalCAN option: Interface for connection of up to 5 LC (Local­
CAN) instruments
11132505
MiniMettler option: Interface MiniMettler, for connection to older
(legacy) METTLER TOLEDO systems
11132510
RS232 - USB converter cable – Cable with converter to connect
a balance (RS232) to a USB port
64088427
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 = 1 m
11101052
Cables for LocalCAN Interface
LC – RS9: Cable for connecting a PC with RS232C, 9-pin (f),
lenght = 2 m
00229065
Accessories and Spare Parts
43
LC – RS25: Cable for connecting a printer or PC with RS232C,
25-pin (m/f), lenght = 2 m
00229050
LC – CL: Cable for connecting a device with METTLER TOLEDO
CL interface (5-pin), length = 2 m
00229130
LC – LC2: Extension cable for LocalCAN, length = 2 m
00229115
LC – LC5: Extension cable for LocalCAN, length = 5 m
00229116
LC – LCT: Cable branch (T-connector) for LocalCAN
00229118
Cables for MiniMettler Interface
MM – RS9f: RS232C connection cable to MiniMettler interface,
length = 1.5 m
00229029
Terminal extension cable, length = 4.5 m
11600517
Cables for Terminal
Cable, one-sided open (2-pin)
Cable between balance and AC adapter, length = 4 m
44
Accessories and Spare Parts
11132037
Auxiliary displays
BT-BLD Bluetooth auxiliary display for table mounting,
168 mm, LCD display with backlighting
11132555
LC/RS-BLD auxiliary display on bench stand, backlit (incl. RS
cable and separate AC adapter)
00224200
RS/LC-BLDS auxiliary display for table or balance mounting,
480 mm, LCD display with backlighting
11132630
ErgoSens, optical sensor for hands-free operation
11132601
For connection of up to 3 balances with LocalCAN interface to
a printer
00229220
Footswitch with selectable function for balances (Aux 1, Aux 2)
11106741
LC-FS foot switch with selectable function for balances with
LocalCAN interface
00229060
Sensors
LC-Switchbox
Footswitches
Accessories and Spare Parts
45
AntiStatic Kit Integrable Point-Electrode
Integrable antistatic kit incl. 1 point-electrode and power sup­
ply
Optional: Second point-electrode*
Optional: U-electrode*
* Regulated power supply for optional, second
point-electrode 11107762, or the optional U-elec­
trode 11107764
11107761
Universal antistatic kit complete U-shaped, including electrode
and power supply
Optional: Second U-electrode*
Optional: Point-electrode*
* Power supply for optional, second U-elektrode
11107764, or for optional point-electrode
11107765
11107767
ErgoClip "Basket micro" (basket for small weighing objects)
11107889
ErgoClip "Flask micro" (for volumetric flask)
11107879
ErgoClip "Stand micro" (Holder to store up to 3 ErgoClips)
11140175
SmardGrid Cover, chromium-nickel steel
11106262
Single-use weighing boats, 500 units
11106712
11107762
11107764
11107763
Universal AntiStatic Kit
11107764
11107765
11107766
ErgoClips
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Accessories and Spare Parts
MinWeigh Door micro ideal for use with ErgoClip "Flask micro"
11107869
Separate electronics kit
Extension cable 0.6 m
Extension cable 5.0 m
11106743
00211535
00210688
RS232C Barcode Reader
The following accessories are needed for operation (not included):
RS232 F cable
Null modem adapter
Plus one of the following:
AC adapter 5 V for EU
AC adapter 5 V for US
AC adapter 5 V for GB
AC adapter 5 V for AU
21901297
XP-SE Kit
Barcode Reader
RS232C Barcode Reader – Cordless
The following accessories are needed for operation (not included):
Cradle
RS232 F cable
Null modem adapter
Plus one of the following:
AC adapter 12 V for EU
AC adapter 12 V for US
AC adapter 12 V for GB
AC adapter 12 V for AU
21901305
21900924
21901370
21901372
21901371
21901370
+ 71209966
21901299
21901300
21901305
21900924
21901373
21901375
21901374
21901373
+ 71209966
PS/2 Barcode Reader, without cable
PS/2 wedge single cable
21901297
21901307
PS/2Y Barcode Reader, without cable
PS/2 wedge twin (Y) cable
21901297
21901308
Accessories and Spare Parts
47
Anti-theft devices
Steel cable
11600361
Transport case
11106729
Protective cover for XP terminal
11132570
Dust cover
30035838
Transport Cases
Protective Covers
Dust covers
Software
LabX Software for One Click™ Weighing Solutions
Enables you to perform One Click™ Standard Preparation, One
Click™ Loss on Drying, One Click™ Sieve Analysis and many
other applications.
Simply start the method with the One Click™ shortcut on the
balance touchscreen. LabX guides you step-by-step through
the SOP on the balance, performs your calculations automati­
cally, and takes care of saving all your data. The complete
solution can be tailored to match your process requirements.
Visit www.mt.com/one-click-weighing for more information
Freeweigh.Net
MCLink
48
Accessories and Spare Parts
MCLink Mass Comparator Control Software
MCLink software – a simple and practical tool for carrying out
your mass measurements to a high level of efficiency. MCLink
is the ideal tool for facilities from small calibration laboratories
up to scientific mass laboratories Reports are generated safely
end efficient with direct control of the comparators with one
click.
on request
21900895
11116504
Various
Terminal and printer stand, mounting on balance
11106730
Wall fixture for terminal
11132665
AC/DC adapter (without power cable) 100–240 VAC,
50/60 Hz, 0.3 A, 12 VDC 2.25 A
Power cable CH
Power cable EU
Power cable US
Power cable IT
Power cable DK
Power cable GB
Power cable AU
Power cable ZA
Power cable BR
Power cable JL
Power cable IN
Power cable JP
Power cable TH, PE
11107909
IP54 protective housing for AC adapter
11132550
Level bubble mirror
11140150
Weighing table
11138042
Reference weight E1 20 g SCS certified
00159131
00087920
00087925
00088668
00087457
00087452
00089405
00088751
00089728
30015268
00225297
11600569
11107881
11107880
Reference weights
Accessories and Spare Parts
49
Reference weight E1 50 g SCS certified
00159141
Reference weight E1 200 g SCS certified
00159161
Reference weight E1 500 g SCS certified
00159171
9.2 Spare Parts
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
4
3
Description
Side draft shield door
Top draft shield door
Front glass
Intermediate shelf
Grid weighing pan cover
Grid weighing pan
Clip (Set of 6 pieces)
Foot screw
Terminal support
Drip tray
Part No.
11106841
11106842
11106843
11106803
11106709
11106333
11106511
11106323
11106540
11106449
XP Terminal complete with firmware
11130835
1
5
7
6
8
9
10
F
MET
TL
ER
TOLE
DO
F
50
Accessories and Spare Parts
Pos Description
Packaging complete XP56/XP26
Packaging complete
XP205CDR/XP505
Export box XP56/XP26
Export box XP205CDR/XP505
Part No.
11107998
11106879
11106657
11106871
Accessories and Spare Parts
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10 Appendix
10.1 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 http://www.mt.com/comparators
10.2 Procedure for Certified Balances
Preface
Certified balances are subject to the national, legal requirements of "non-automatic balances".
Switching on the balance
● Switching on
• Immediately after being switched on, the balance displays 0.000.. g.
• The balance is always started up with the "Factory setting" unit.
● Switch-on range
• At maximum 20% of the type load, otherwise overload is displayed (OIML R76 4.5.1).
● Stored value as switch-on zero point
• It is not permissible to use a stored value as a switch-on zero point; the MT-SICS M35 command is not
available (OIML R76 T.5.2).
Display
● Display of the weight value
• The "e" certification value is always shown in the display and is specified at the model designation plate
(OIML R76 T.3.2.3 and 7.1.4).
• If the display increment is lower than the "e" certification value, this is variably displayed for the net, gross
and weighed tare. (Graying of the digits or certification brackets) (OIML R76 T.2.5.4 and 3.4.1).
● In accordance with guidelines, the tested display increment (certification value) is never lower than 1 mg
(OIML R76 T.3.4.2).
● At balances with d = 0.1 mg, the digits below 1 mg are displayed in gray. These digits in brackets are
printed. In accordance with legal metrology requirements, this illustration does not affect the accuracy of the
weighing results.
● Units of measurement
• The display and info unit are firmly set to g or mg (depending on the model).
• The following applies for the "Custom unit":
– No certification brackets.
– The following names are blocked, this applies to upper and lower case letters.
– All official units (g, kg, ct etc.).
– c, ca, car, cm, crt, cart, kt, gr, gra, gram, grm, k, kilo, to, ton.
– All names with "o" which can be replaced by a zero (0z, 0zt etc.).
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Accessories and Spare Parts
● Identification of the weight display
• Gross, net, tare and other weight values are accordingly marked (OIML R76 4.6.5).
– Net for net when a tare value has been used.
– B or G for gross.
– T for the weighed tare.
– PT for the specified tare.
– * or diff for the difference between the net or gross.
● Info field
• The info weight value is handled metrologically in the same way as the weight value in the main display.
Printout (OIML R76 4.6.11)
● If a tare value is entered manually (PreTare), the PreTare value is always printed along with the net value
(PT 123.45 g).
● The printed weight values are identified in the same way as the weight value on the display.
I.e. N, B or G, T, PT, diff or *, with differentiation.
Example:
Single-range balance.
N
PT
G
123.4[5] g
10.00 g ➔ for PreTare
133.4[5] g
DR balance with 100.00 g fine range.
N
T
G
80.4[0] g
22.5[6] g ➔ for weighed tare
102.9[ ] g
Balance functions
● Reset to zero
• The zero range is limited to a maximum of ± 2% of the full load (OIML R76 4.5.1).
● Tare
• No negative tare values are permitted.
• Tare immediate (TI) is not permitted, the MT-SICS TI command is not available (OIML R76 4.6.4).
● 1/xd
• e=d
The 1/xd switchover is not permitted (OIML R76 3.1.2).
• e = 10d
This is only permitted in the case of the 1/10d switchover.
• e = 100d
Only the 1/10d and 1/100d switchover are permitted.
Appendix
53
11 Index
AC Adapter
AC adapter
Accessories
Automatic door function
Aux Connections
34
34
42
31
41
Balance functions
53
Certified balances
Cleaning
Conventions
52
33
6
B
Materials
MT-SICS
34
52
O
Outer draft shield
Overview
20, 30
9, 10
Pack
Power supply
Power supply voltages
Printout
Protection and standards
23
19, 34
19
53
34
P
C
R
D
Dimensions
Display
Display field remains dark
Display of the weight value
Disposal
Door function
Doorway
38, 40
52
20
52
33
31
31
Environmental conditions
ErgoClip
ErgoSens
34
12, 26
41
F
Features
5
G
GLP
Good Laboratory Practice
Grid weighing pan
5
5
15
Hanging weighing pan
15
Identification of the weight dis­
play
Info field
Inner draft shield
Installing the grid weighing pan
cover
Interface
MT-SICS
ISO 14001
ISO 9001
53
53
15, 21, 30
26
52
5
5
L
Level sensor
Levelcontrol
Leveling Assistent
Load the balance
28
28
29
30
21
53
41
safety information
Scope of delivery
Self test
Setting the reading angle
Setting up
Settings
Settings for the inner draft shield
Settings for the outer draft shield
SmartSens
Switching Off
Switching On
7
13
20
21
11
30
30
30
20
28
28
Tare
Technical data
Transporting over long distances
Transporting over short dis­
tances
Transporting the balance
53
34
23
22
Units of measurement
Unpacking the balance
Unpacking the Balance
52
12
11
T
H
I
Remove terminal
Reset to zero
RS232C Interface
S
E
Index
30
M
A
54
Location
22
U
www.mt.com/comparators
For more information
Mettler-Toledo AG, Laboratory & Weighing Technologies
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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