Model S610 Digital Counting Scale

Model S610 Digital Counting Scale
Revision 1.0
July, 2003
Contents subject to change without notice.
Salter Brecknell Weighing Products.
1000 Armstrong Drive
Fairmont, MN 56031
Tel (800) 637-0529
Tel (507) 238-8702
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E-mail: sales@salterbrecknell.com
Web: www.salterbrecknell.com.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Page
Chapter 1:
Introduction To The S610 Series Setup Manual ........................................................... 1-1
Chapter 2:
Installation ..................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1
Chapter 3:
Overview........................................................................................................................ 2-1
2.1.1
Connecting the serial printer, remote display or computer............................... 2-1
2.1.2
Connecting the power supply ........................................................................... 2-1
Configuration ................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.1
Configuration Overview ................................................................................................. 3-1
3.2
Setup (“F”) Menu ........................................................................................................... 3-1
3.3
Chapter 4:
3.2.1
Entering the Setup Menu.................................................................................. 3-1
3.2.2
Navigating in the Setup Menu .......................................................................... 3-1
3.2.3
Notes on the Setup Menu................................................................................. 3-2
3.2.4
Exiting the Setup Menu ................................................................................... 3-2
User (“A”) Menu............................................................................................................. 3-2
Setup Menu Descriptions and Procedures .................................................................... 4-1
4.1
Setup Menu Descriptions .............................................................................................. 4-1
4.2
Resetting Factory Defaults ............................................................................................ 4-2
Chapter 5:
5.1
Chapter 6:
User Menu Descriptions and Procedures...................................................................... 5-1
User Menu Descriptions ................................................................................................ 5-1
Calibration ..................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.1
Calibration Overview ..................................................................................................... 6-1
6.2
Zero Calibration (F16) ................................................................................................... 6-1
6.3
Span Calibration (F17) .................................................................................................. 6-1
LIST OF FIGURES
2-1
3-1
3-2
3-3
S610 Rear Panel .....................................................................................................................
Setup Menu Key Assignments ................................................................................................
Setup Menu Chart ...................................................................................................................
User Menu Key Assignments ..................................................................................................
2-1
3-1
3-2
3-5
LIST OF TABLES
4-1
Factory Restore Key................................................................................................................ 4-2
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CHAPTER 1:
INTRODUCTION TO THE TC-100 SERIES SETUP MANUAL
Your Model S610 Series Digital Scale is a complete scale and has been configured and calibrate installed
for you at the factory. This manual is intended for the dealer or end user who wishes to customize the
scale’s configuration.
The scale'
s installation and wiring instructions are found in Chapter 2. The scale contains two main setup
menus: The Setup (“F”) menu, which configures the Scale to your weigh platform and the User (“A”)
menu, which configures the serial communication port and enables some user options. Chapter 3 gives an
overview and explains how to use the five front panel keys to maneuver and save settings in both menus.
Chapters 4 and 5 explain the Setup and User Menu options, respectively. Chapter 6 covers system
calibration. Prior to installing the Scale, please read this manual carefully and completely. Store the
manual in a safe and convenient place so it will be available if you have questions concerning the setup
and operation of the scale.
CHAPTER 2: INSTALLATION
2.1
OVERVIEW
The rear panel contains all connectors necessary to make the appropriate connections to the serial
peripheral and power supply.
ON/OFF
SWITCH
POWER
COM1 SERIAL
PORT (RS-232)
CONNECTOR
Figure 2-1: S610 Rear Panel
2.1.1 CONNECTING THE SERIAL PRINTER, REMOTE DISPLAY OR COMPUTER
The S610 series Scale comes standard with one serial port, designated COM1. COM1 is a full
duplex, RS-232 port designed for connection to either a PC or a serial printer. It can
also be connected to a simplex device such as a remote display.
COM1 is wired to a physical connector, a D-SUB9 female. Refer to the S610 Operation Manual
(Appendix B) for some suggested cable diagrams. (A 9-pin pin Male D-type
connector is required).
2.1.2 CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY
1. The Scale ships standard with an external AC to DC adapter. Simply plug the AC
adapter into the Scale’s DC Power Jack first, and then plug into a standard wall outlet.
Make sure that the AC voltage appearing at the wall outlet matches the input
voltage marked on the AC adapter.
CHAPTER 3: CONFIGURATION
3.1
CONFIGURATION OVERVIEW
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The scale contains two main setup menus: The Setup (“F”) menu, which configures the scale to
your weigh platform and the User (“A”) menu, which configures the serial communication port and
enables some user options. The Setup and User menus consist of several menu selections, each with its
own sub-menu of choices.
To set up the scale, you must first enter the appropriate menu mode. Once there, four of the front panel keys
become directional navigators to move around in the menus, and one key is used to save or SET the selections.
3.2
SETUP (“F”) MENU
3.2.1
ENTERING THE SETUP MENU
1. Power off the scale by toggling the ON/OFF switch.
2. Press and hold the numeric 0 key while powering the scale back on. When the scale
shows ” F 1” , you are in Setup Menu mode and you may release the 0 key.
3.2.2 NAVIGATING IN THE SETUP MENU
Use the directional keys shown in Figure 3-1 to move around in the Setup Menu Chart shown
in Figure 3-2 on the following page. Detailed descriptions of the Setup Menu can be found in
Chapter 4.
1. To move to a new “F” heading, use the Print (left) or 9 (right) key to move right or left in the Setup
Menu Chart.
2. To move to the selection level, press the 6 (down) key once. The current saved selection is shown.
3. To view the available selections for the current “F” heading, use the Print (left) or 9 (right) key to move
through the selection field.
4. To save a new selection, press the SAMPLE / SAVE (Set) key. To exit without saving, press the 3 (up)
key to return to the current “F” heading.
5. Repeat Steps 2 through 5 until the Setup Menu is programmed.
SETUP MENU MODE KEY FUNCTIONS
3
6
SAMPLE
PRINT
9
SET
Figure 3-1: Setup Menu Key Assignments
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F1
Grads
F3
Zero Band
F9
Dsp. Div.
F8
Calib. Unit
1
lb kg
2
F10
Dec. Pt.
5
0d ... 5d
0.0 ... 0.0000
10000
F16
Zero Calib.
F17
Span Calib.
Press ZERO
key to begin
Press ZERO
key to begin
F22
Creep Band
OFF ... 50
F23
Creep Time
1 ... 30
Figure 3-2: Setup Menu Chart
3.2.3 NOTES ON THE SETUP MENU
1. Detailed descriptions of the setup menu parameters can be found in Chapter 5 of this manual.
3.2.4 EXITING THE SETUP MENU
1. Power off the scale by toggling the ON/OFF switch.
2. Power on the scale as normal. The display will go through a digit check, then settle into Normal Operating
mode. All front panel keys will now return to their normal mode of operation.
3.3
USER (“A”) MENU
The User Menu is covered extensively in the S610 Operation Manual.
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CHAPTER 4: SETUP MENU DESCRIPTIONS AND PROCEDURES
4.1
SETUP MENU DESCRIPTIONS
This section provides more detailed descriptions of the selections found in the Setup Menu Chart.
Factory-set defaults are shown in bold with a checkmark (√).
NAME/CODE
DESCRIPTION
CODE/VALUE
F1
Graduations
Specifies number of full-scale graduations. Value should be
consistent with legal requirements and environmental limits on the
useful system resolution.
10,000√
√
F3
Zero Track
Band
Selects the range within which the scale will automatically zero. Note
that the scale must be in standstill to automatically zero. Selections
are in Display Divisions.
0d
0.1d
0.3d
0.5d√
√
1d
3d
5d
F8
Calib. Unit
Selects the primary base unit to be used in the calibration process.
Also the default unit for normal operation.
"1" = primary unit is lb.
"2" = primary unit is in kg.
1
2
√ depends on
model
F9
Display
Divisions
Determines the desired weight increments. Value should be
consistent with legal requirements.
1
2
5
√ depends on
model
F10
Decimal Pt.
Determines location of the decimal point.
0.0
0.000
0.0000
√ depends on
model
F16
Zero
Calibration
Places indicator into the zero calibration routine. Scrolling down with
the 6 key one level begins the procedure.
Press 6 key to
begin sequence
F17
Span
Calibration
Places indicator into the span calibration routine. Scrolling down with
the 6 key one level begins the procedure.
Press 6 key to
begin sequence
F22
Creep
Tracking Band
Determines the creep tracking band in scale divisions.
OFF√
√
10 15 20
25 30 50
F23
Creep
Tracking Time
Determines the creep tracking time in seconds.
1 2 3 4 5√
√
10 20 30
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4.2
RESETTING FACTORY DEFAULTS
This section provides instructions for restoring factory default settings for each model.
1. Turn off the scale by toggling the ON/OFF switch.
2. Look up the key in Table 4-1 below corresponding to your model.
3. Press and hold that key while switching the scale back on. You may release that key
when the scale displays the corresponding message found in Table 4-1.
MODEL
CAPACITY / GRADUATION
KEY
S610-2
2 lb x 0.0002 lb
1
INIT 2
S610-5
5 lb x 0.0005 lb
2
INIT 5
S610-10
10 lb x 0.001 lb
3
INIT10
S610-20
20 lb x 0.002 lb
4
INIT20
S610-1M
1000 g x 0.1 g
5
INI 1-
S610-2M
2000 g x 0.2 g
6
INI 2-
S610-5M
5000 g x 0.5 g
7
INI 5-
S610-10M
10,000 g x 1 g
9
INI10-
Table 4-1: Factory Restore Key
CHAPTER 5: USER MENU DESCRIPTIONS AND PROCEDURES
5.1
MESSAGE
USER MENU DESCRIPTIONS
Please refer to Chapter 5 of the S610 Operation Manual.
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CHAPTER 6: CALIBRATION
6.1
CALIBRATION OVERVIEW
The scale is calibrated by following the procedures embedded in F16 (Zero) and F17 (Span) of the
Setup Menu. Each procedure enters a value into the scale'
s non-volatile memory - F16 the zero
value (deadweight) and F17 the span value (test weight). The minimum test weight that can be used
is 1% of full-scale capacity.
NOTE: This chapter assumes that the scale is in Setup (“F”) Menu mode. If the scale is not in Setup
Menu mode, refer to Chapter 3 for instructions.
6.2
ZERO CALIBRATION (F16)
1. While in the Setup mode, scroll to "F 16", then scroll down once using the 6 key to enter zero
calibration menu. The display will momentarily show "C 0" followed by a value. This value is the
internal A/D count and can prove useful when trying to troubleshoot setup problems.
2. After making sure that there are no test weights on the platform, press the ZERO key to zero out the
displayed value.
3. Press the SAMPLE/SAVE key to save the zero point value. The display will show "EndC0"
momentarily, then revert back up to F16. At this time, proceed to the F17 span calibration to complete
scale calibration.
6.3
SPAN CALIBRATION (F17)
1. While in the Setup mode, scroll to "F 17", then scroll down once using the 6 key to enter span
calibration menu.
2. The display will momentarily show "C 1" for the span calibration, followed by a value with one
flashing digit. This value will be zero with the Decimal Point parameter selected in F10. Place the
test weight on the platter.
3. Use the numeric keys to enter the test weight value. Please note that the decimal point is fixed so
that if you are entering, for example, 2 lb, you need to type “2” followed by zeroes until the “2” is to
the left of the decimal point.
4. After setting the exact value, press the SAMPLE/SAVE key to save the value.
5. If the calibration was successful, the display will show "EndC1" momentarily, then revert back up
to F17.
6. If the calibration was not successful, one of the error messages below will appear. Take the
indicated action to correct the problem, then perform a new calibration.
"Err0" - The calibration test weight or the adjusted keyed-in weight is larger than the full capacity
of the scale. Change the calibration test weight or check the input data.
"Err1" - The calibration test weight or the adjusted keyed-in weight is smaller than 1% of the full
capacity of the scale. Change the calibration test weight or check the input data.
"Err2" - The internal resolution of the scale is not high enough to accept the calibration value.
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