ISHIDA CO., LTD. - All Scales Warehouse

ISHIDA CO., LTD. - All Scales Warehouse
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Manual No. 0149A
ISHIDA CO., LTD.
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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
To ensure the safe operation of this machine, the general safety considerations below must be followed:
Grounding
This instrument is a Class 1 device which requires protective grounding for safe operation.
To avoid potential shock hazards, a protective grounding conductor for the instrument must be securely connected
to the main grounding provision by qualified service personnel.
Do not remove covers or enclosures.
To avoid personal injury and shock, do not open or remove any covers or enclosures of the instrument unless
specified in the manual.
Do not perform unspecified maintenance.
For your own personal safety, do not perform any maintenance procedures which are not specified in the manual.
Diconnect the power supply before servicing.
To ensure your personal safety, disconnect the power supply before servicing.
Power supply to the machine is disconnected only when the electrical
plug is removed from the electrical outlet. For safe operation of this
machine, connect the plug to the nearest and most accessible outlet.
The following symbols are used to alert service personnel of potential danger or
special circumstances related to the safe and proper servicing of this machine:
Precautions which must be followed to prevent the possibility of death or
serious injury.
Precautions which must be followed to prevent the possibility of light or
moderately severe injury to personnel or damage to the equipment.
Important information for the operation of the machine.
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CAUTIONS FOR USE
Always operate the scale on a level surface.
Do not disassemble the scale.
Do not expose the scale to direct sunlight for
long period.
Do not allow any liquids to come into contact
with the scale.
Do not drop or apply a strong shock to the
scale.
When cleaning the scale, only use a soft dry
cloth wetted with a neutral cleanser. Never
use thinner or other volatile liquids.
1) Always operate the scale with the same rated AC power supply shown
on the specification plate.
2) To disconnect the power supply, remove the electrical plug from the
electrical outlet.
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Avoid Locating the Scale in the Following Places:
A place of low temperature, high temperature or high humidity
A place exposed to direct sunlight
A place frequently exposed to vibration
On an unstable floor or table.
A place directly exposed to wind, cold air, or hot air.
A place directly exposed to cold air from a cooler or refrigerator. A place exposed to hot air from an air conditioner or heater. A place exposed to wind from a fan or other pneumatic device.
A dusty place
A place provided with fluctuating power supply voltage
Use of an electrical outlet also being used for a vibrator, radio, or other noise sources may affect the performance
of the scale. Be sure to provide an outlet exclusively for use by the scale. Also avoid putting many loads on one
electrical outlet.
Power Supply
Use a power supply that conforms to product specifications.
Provide a power line to be exclusively used for the scale.
If the power supply voltage fluctuates, the scale may malfunction.
Do not tread on or place a heavy load on the power cable.
The cable will be damaged. Continued use of the cable under such conditions may lead to an accident or problems with the scale.
Be sure to ground the scale to avoid electrical leakage and malfunction.
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Table of Contents
1. Before Using Your Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1-1 Cautions for Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2. Name and Function of Each Component . . . . . . . 8
2-1 External View of the Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2-2 Function of Each Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3. Preparing the Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3-1 Fitting the Display Pole and Setting Up the Scale . . . . . . . . . . 9
3-2 Vertical Adjustment of the Display Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
4. Weighing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
5. Tare Key-in Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
6. Confirming the Tare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
7. Using the Preset Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
7-1 Presetting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
7-2 Calling the Preset Value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
8. Setting Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
8-1 Setting Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
8-2 Set Values List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
9. Routing Servicing and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
9-1 Routine Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
9-2 Cleaning Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
10. Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
11. Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
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1. Before Using Your Scale
1-1 Cautions for Handling
• Do not disassemble or reconstruct
your scale.
Incorrect disassembly may lead to scale failure.
Reconstructing the scale, disassembling part(s), or
fitting unspecified part(s) may cause serious accidents or personal injuries. If disassembled or reconstructed the scale may not be allowed to be reused as
an approved scale.
• Do not use your scale in abnormal
conditions.
If smoke, disgusting smell, or any other abnormality
is detected from the scale, immediately disconnect
the power supply cable plug from the outlet and contact the nearest ISHIDA regional representative for
repair. Continued use of the scale under such abnormal conditions may cause a fire or electric shock.
For your personal safety, never repair the scale by
yourself.
• Before using the scale, be sure to
level the scale body.
Otherwise, the scale may malfunction.
• Never use thinner or other volatile
agent for servicing the scale.
Discoloration may result. Wipe the scale body gently with a soft dry cloth, or use a neutral detergent.
• When carrying the scale, be sure to
hold it at the bottom.
Do not move the scale by holding only the display
unit or display pole.
• Never peel off the seal affixed to the
scale body.
• Your scale is a precision machine. Do
not give the scale any shock.
The scale may be impaired or its weighing performance may be deteriorated.
• Do not insert/remove the plug in/from
the outlet with wet or dirty fingers.
An electric shock or short-circuit may occur.
• Do not remake the electrical plug or
power cable.
A fire or electric shock may occur.
• Do not pull strongly, break, or remake
the power cable.
The core wires may be cut and cause a fire, electric
shock, or defective functioning of the scale.
• Be sure to insert the load cell into the
display pole.
• Do not pour an excessive amount of
water or high pressure water on the
scale.
• Do not leave any items on the weighing platter.
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2. Name and Function of Each Component
2-1 External View of the Scale
2-2 Function of Each Key
Used to turn ON/OFF display function of scale.
The
key turns ON or OFF the display function of the scale. Power to the scale is
still active even when the key is switched OFF. When moving the scale or leaving it
for a long period without use, be sure to disconnect the power by removing the electrical plug from the outlet.
(1) Used for zero adjustment to reset weight indicator to zero.
(2) Used to switch numeric values to the positive side when registering and setting them.
(1) Used to set tare weight.
(2) Used to switch numeric values to the negative side when registering and setting them.
(1) Used to conform and display the tare weight.
(2) Used to print out the subtotal when a printer is connected.
(3) Used to shift the flashing digit during registration and setting.
(1) Used to print out the weight when a printer is connected.
(2) Used to conform and display the data being called in the preset mode.
(3) Used to call the registered tare weight and its upper and lower limits.
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3. Preparing the Scale
The following describes the procedure for preparing the scale before operation.
3-1 Fitting the Display Pole and Setting Up the Scale
The display unit and display pole are fitted together with a tightening knob. The display pole
and the bracket pipe base are separated.
1. Remove the Bracket Pipe.
Remove the bracket pipe from the bracket pipe base (by loosening the four hex head
screws).
2. Pass the Load Cell Cable through the Display Pole.
Push the extra length of cable protruding from the bracket pipe base into the display pole.
Do not pull strongly on the load cell cable
when pushing it into the display pole. Otherwise, it may be cut.
If the cable covering material is scratched,
water may penetrate into the cable and cause
unreliable weighing, or the core material may
corrode and cause the scale to fail.
3. Stand the Display Pole against the Bracket Pipe Base.
Stand the display pole against the bracket pipe base by fitting it at its load cell cable side into
the tongue of the bracket pipe base.
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4. Fix the Display Pole with the Bracket Pipe.
After confirming the screw holes are aligned, fix the display pole to the scale body with the
bracket pipe (at four points with plain washers and hex head screws).
Fit the bracket pipe with its larger radius corners facing upward. Securely tighten the
screws until the display pole becomes steady.
5. Store the Load Cell Cable inside the Display Pole.
Fold up the extra length of load cell cable and store it inside the display pole.
Push the load cell cable deeply into the display pole at least 15 mm away from the pole
end.
6. Install the Weighing Platter.
Make sure that nothing has been placed on the
weighing platter.
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7. Level the Scale.
Adjust the level adjustable feet until the air bubble inside the level remains at the center of
the circle.
8. Supply the Power
Insert the power supply plug into the outlet. Ground the plug if the scale will be used in a
place with a chance of electrical leakage or static electricity or in such an area exposed to
electrical noise as the vicinity of an electric motor.
To disconnect the power supply, remove the
electrical plug from the electrical outlet.
9. Turn on the Power Switch.
With nothing placed on the weighing platter, press the
key.
The display unit will turn on.
Make sure that display indicates all "0"s.
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10. Adjust the Zero Point.
When no zero-point mark (
) is displayed, press the
key.
3-2 Vertical Adjustment of the Display Unit
After loosening the display unit tightening knob, adjust the unit at an easy-to-see angle.
Then, retighten the knob.
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4. Weighing
1. Turn ON the Power Switch.
With nothing placed on the weighing platter, press the
key.
The display unit will turn on.
Make sure that the display
indicates all "0"s.
2. Subtract the Tare.
After placing a tare container on the weighing platter, press the
key.
The tare can also be subtracted by the following
procedure.
- Call the preset value.
- Set the tare to the tare
key-in mode.
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3. Weigh an Item.
Place the item to be weighed on the weighing platter together with the tare weight.
* When the upper and lower limit values have been set, the following will be displayed.
Weighing
result
Weighing condition
Indication on scale (When the built-in buzzer is set to distinguish between the upper and lower limits)
Over
Weight > upper limit weight
(beep, beep, beep,---)
Accept
Lower limit weight ≤ weight
≤ upper limit weight
(beep-----)
Under
Weight < lower limit weight
(beep---, beep---, beep---)
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5. Tare Key-in Mode
1. Switch to the Tare Key-in Mode.
After confirming the scale is in a stable condition with nothing on the platter, press the
key for two seconds.
2. Set the Tare.
Move the flashing digit by pressing the
key, and press the
key or
key
to key in the tare.
- For a tare of 0.8 kg:
×3
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3. Press the
Key.
The tare will be set.
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6. Confirming the Tare
1. Confirm the Tare during Weighing Operation.
To confirm the preset tare, press the
key.
- For a tare of 0.08 kg:
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7. Using the Preset Function
7-1 Presetting
1. With the Power Supply Turned OFF, Press the
Then Press the
Key.
Key.
Preset No. 1 will be displayed.
Press the
key while all
displays are ON (while the
buzzer is sounding).
2. Select the Preset No. to Set.
To select the preset No., press the
Press the
key or
key.
key.
The tare for weighing range A of the preset No. will be displayed.
Pressing the
decrease it.
key will increase the preset No., while pressing the
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3. Set the Tare for Weighing Range A.
Move the flashing digit by pressing the
A by pressing the
key or
key. Then key in the tare for weighing range
key.
- For a tare of 0.25 kg:
Press the
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×2
×1
×5
key.
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4. Set the Tare for Weighing Range B.
Move the flashing digit by pressing the
key or
B by pressing the
key. Then key in the tare for weighing range
key.
- For a tare of 0.3 kg:
×4
Press the
×3
key.
The flashing digit will be
displayed at the position
where the
key is
pressed for setting the tare
for weighing range A.
5. Set the Upper Limit Value.
Move the flashing digit by pressing the
pressing the
key or
key. Then key in the upper limit value by
key.
- For an upper limit value of 1 kg:
×4
Press the
×1
key.
If the lower limit value has
already been preset, only
values equal to or larger
than this limit value can be
set.
The flashing digit is displayed at the position
where the
key is
pressed for setting the tare
in the weighing range B.
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6. Set the Lower Limit Value.
Move the flashing digit by pressing the
key or
pressing the
key. Then key in the lower limit value by
key.
- For a lower limit value of 0.5 kg:
×5
Press the
key.
If the upper limit value has
already been preset, only
values equal to or less than
this limit value can be set.
If the upper limit value has
been set to “0,” then only
the lower limit value can
be set.
The flashing digit is displayed at the position
where the
key is
pressed for setting the
upper limit value.
7. Set the Values for the Other Preset Numbers.
Return to step 3 in the above procedure.
8. Finish the Setting Procedures.
Press the
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7-2 Calling the Preset Value
1. Press the
Key for Two Seconds.
Preset No.1 will be displayed.
2. Select the Preset No.
Select the preset No. to be called by pressing the
key or
key.
- For preset No. 2:
or
Pressing the
key will
increase the preset No.,
while pressing the
key
will decrease it.
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3. Press the
Key.
The tare, upper limit value, and lower limit value will be displayed.
(Example) Tare weight
: 0.25 kg
Upper limit value: 1.00 kg
Lower limit value: 0.50 kg
If no tare weight has been
set, or if neither the upper
limit value nor lower limit
value has been set, the values before pressing the
key will remain active.
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8. Setting Mode
8-1 Setting Method
1. With the Power Supply Turned Off, Press the
Then Immediately Press the
Key.
Key.
The set value number of setting No. 1 is indicated.
While all display segments
are ON (while the buzzer
is sounding), press the
key.
2. Change the Set Value.
Change the set value by pressing the
key or
key.
- To make the ON/OFF key ineffective:
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3. Change the Incorrect Setting No.
Select the desired setting No. by pressing the
key.
- To set the sounding condition of the built-in buzzer:
× 15
The currently set value for the built-in buzzer sound is indicated by the setting No. 16.
Return to the procedure 2.
4. Finish the Setting Procedure.
Press the
key.
For a description of the setting Nos. and the setting conditions of the setting value Nos., refer
to the Set Values List.
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8-2 Set Values List
Setting
No.
F01
F02
F03
F04
F05
F06
F07
F08
F09
F10
Description of setting
Key selection function
Setting
value No.
Setting condition
00
All keys enabled
01
key enabled (Scale is active at all times when power
supply is ON.)
00
No function provided
01
Preset No. 1 is automatically called when power supply is
ON.
00
For 16 digit printer
01
For 20 to 24 digit printer
00
Not provided
01
Provided
Printing preset No.
(printer)
00
Not provided
01
Provided
Printing tare, upper limit,
and lower limit
(printer)
00
Not provided
01
Provided
Printing serial No.
(printer)
00
Not provided (no subtotal printing function)
01
Provided
00
Printing on individual slips (new paragraph on 8th line after
printing, with heading on each slip)
01
Printing on continuous slip (with no line space after
printing)
00
1200bps
01
2400bps
02
4800bps
03
9600bps
04
19200bps (Only output is supported.)
05
38400bps (Only output is supported.)
00
Format to be exclusively used for printer
01
DAP-01 format
02
IWQ1 format (expansion of DAP-01)
03
MZ-7000 format
04
IWQ2 format (expansion of MZ-7000)
05
IWQ3 format (Indicated condition is output.)
Function to automatically
call preset No.
Switching digit (printer)
Printing date (printer)
Continuous/single slip
specification (printer)
Baud rate (RS232)
Specification of serially
output telegraphic message
(RS232)
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Setting
No.
Description of setting
Setting
value No.
F11
Serial output system (RS232)
00
No output function provided
01
Unconditional (synchronized with A/D conversion)
02
Under output condition <F12>
03
When data input is required (RS input)
00
Automatic/within limit/stable state output (printing)
01
Manual/within limit/ stable state output (printing)
02
Automatic/within and without limit/ stable state output
(printing)
03
Manual/within and without limit/ stable state output
(printing)
04
Automatic/within limit/zero-return output (printing)
05
Manual/within limit/zero-return output (printing)
06
Automatic/within and without limit/zero-return output
(printing)
07
Manual/within and without limit/zero-return output
(printing)
00
1. Stable 2. Zero-point marking 3. OK 4. Over
01
1. Stable 2. Zero indication 3. OK 4. Over
02
1. Stable 2. Zero indication 3. OK 4. Outside limit
03
1. Stable 2. Under 3. OK 4. Over
04
1. Under tare subtraction 2. Under 3. OK 4. Over
F12
F13
F14
F15
Serial output condition
(RS232)
Setting connector output
signal (connector box)
Setting connector input signal
(connector box)
Loud buzzer (only when
installed optionally)
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Setting condition
00
key
01
key
02
key
00
Buzzer ON simultaneously with built-in buzzer (normally
OFF)
01
Buzzer ON under "OVER" condition (normally OFF)
02
Buzzer ON under "OK" condition (normally OFF)
03
Buzzer ON under "UNDER" condition (normally OFF)
04
Buzzer ON when weighing is stabilized (normally OFF)
05
Buzzer ON when weighing is stabilized under "OVER"
condition (normally OFF)
06
Buzzer ON when weighing is stabilized under "OK"
condition (normally OFF)
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Setting
No.
F15
F16
F17
Setting
value No.
Description of setting
Loud buzzer (only when
installed optionally)
Buzzer sound setting
Setting automatic poweroff time
Shaded areas
Setting condition
07
Buzzer ON when weighing is stabilized outside limit
(normally OFF)
08
Buzzer OFF (normally ON) simultaneously with built-in
buzzer
09
Buzzer OFF under "OVER" condition (normally ON)
10
Buzzer OFF under "OK" condition (normally ON)
11
Buzzer OFF under "UNDER" condition (normally ON)
12
Buzzer OFF when weighing is stabilized (normally ON)
13
Buzzer OFF when weighing is stabilized under "OVER"
condition (normally ON)
14
Buzzer OFF when weighing is stabilized under "OK"
condition (normally ON)
15
Buzzer OFF when weighing is stabilized outside limit
(normally ON)
00
During stable weighing outside limit
01
During stable weighing under "OK" condition
02
During stable weighing under "OVER" condition
03
No buzzer sound even in case of key input
04
Sounding when key input is made and during stable
weighing.
05
Sounding only when key input is made
06
Upper/lower limits discrimination function (during
stable/unstable weighing)
00
No function provided
01
10 minutes
02
20 minutes
03
30 minutes
04
40 minutes
05
50 minutes
06
60 minutes
are factory default settings.
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9. Routing Servicing and Cleaning
9-1 Routine Servicing
After cleaning the outer surface of the scale with a soft wet cloth, wipe it with a dry cloth.
9-2 Cleaning Methods
Part to be cleaned
Cleaning method
Weighing platter
(1) Remove the weighing platter from the scale, and rub the platter surface gently with a soft brush or soft cloth soaked with water-diluted
neutral detergent. Then wash the platter in water and dry.
(2) Remove the weighing platter from the scale, dip it in hot water (70 to
90 ℃ ) for about 30 minutes, and then dry.
• Be careful not to get scalded.
Weighing unit, display pole,
and display unit (parts other
than the weighing platter)
Wash the outer surface in water (normal temperature), and then dry.
• Do not use a detergent or chemicals other than those mentioned
above.
• Do not allow a brush, solid, or any rough material come in contact
with the weighing unit after removing the weighing platter.
To ensure your personal safety, disconnect the electrical plug from the outlet before any
servicing or cleaning.
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10. Troubleshooting Guide
If an error occurs while using the scale, take appropriate measures according to instructions
in the following table.
Error
Countermeasure
Display unit does not go on
even if ON/OFF key is pressed.
(1) Check the power supply plug for full insertion into the outlet.
"0" does not appear after a display check when the ON/OFF
key is pressed.
(1) Place scale on stable flat surface or table.
(2) Confirm that there is nothing on the scale.
(3) Check level adjustable feet for any floating condition.
(4) Protect scale from strong winds.
Weight indication can not be
stabilized.
(1) Place scale on stable flat surface or table.
(2) Check level adjustable feet for any floating condition.
(3) Protect scale from strong winds.
(4) Keep items to be weighed away from the display pole.
* For symptoms other than those described above, contact the nearest ISHIDA regional representative
where you purchased your scale.
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11. Specifications
Models
Capacity/
Minimum Graduation
IWX-150
150 kg/50 g
60 kg/20 g
IWX-30
30 kg/10 g
15 kg/ 5 g
(dual)
Display
Fluorescent
Weight Check
over, accept, under
Preset Function
Tare weight
Upper limit weight
Lower limit weight
Weight
Waterproof Construction
Power Supply
Option
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(dual)
16.8 kg
9.4 kg
IP-67
AC 100V - 240 V +/-10%, 50/60 Hz
Output via RS232C
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