Ranger™ Count 3000 Series

Ranger™ Count 3000 Series
Ranger™ Count 3000 Series
Instruction Manual
Ranger™ Count 3000 Series
1. INTRODUCTION
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This manual contains installation, operation and maintenance instructions for the Ranger™
Count 3000 Series. Please read the manual completely before using the scale.
1.1 Definition of Signal Warnings and Symbols
Safety notes are marked with signal words and warning symbols. These show safety issues and
warnings. Ignoring the safety notes may lead to personal injury, damage to the instrument,
malfunctions and false results.
Signal Words
CAUTION
for a hazardous situation with low risk, resulting in damage to the device or
the property or in loss of data, or injuries if not avoided.
Note
(No symbol)
For useful information about the product
Warning Symbols
Attention Symbol
Alternating Current
1.2 Safety Precautions
Please follow these safety precautions:
 Verify that the AC input voltage printed on the data label matches the local AC power
supply.
 Do not drop loads on the platform.
 Make sure that the power cord does not pose a potential obstacle or tripping hazard.
 Do not position the scale in a way that makes it difficult to pull the power plug.
 Use only approved accessories and peripherals.
 Operate the scale only under ambient conditions specified in these instructions.
 Disconnect the scale from the power supply when cleaning.
 Do not operate the scale in hazardous or unstable environments.
 Do not immerse the scale in water or other liquids.
 Do not place the scale upside down on the platform.
 Only use weights within the scale’s capacity as specified in these instructions.
 Service should be performed only by authorized personnel.
2. INSTALLATION
2.1 Package Contents
 Scale
 Pan
 Power Cord
 Sub-platform
 Instruction Manual / CD
 Warranty Card
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2.2 Installing Components
Install the sub-platform & metal pan as shown below. Press to lock the sub-platform into place.
The scale can be operated without the pan, if desired.
Figure 2-1. Installing sub-platform and metal pan
2.3 Selecting the Location
Use the scale on a firm, steady surface. Avoid locations with excessive air current, vibrations,
heat sources, or rapid temperature changes. Allow sufficient space around the scale.
2.4 Leveling the Equipment
The Ranger Count Series has a level indicator as a reminder that the scale should be leveled
for accurate weighing. To level the scale, adjust the feet so the bubble is centered in the circle.
Be sure the equipment is level each time its location is changed.
Level Indicator
Adjustable feet
Figure 2-2. Level indicator
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2.5 Connecting Power
AC power is used to power the scale when battery power is not needed. First, connect the AC
power cord (supplied) to the power input jack then connect the AC plug to an electrical outlet.
Figure 2-3A. Connect the AC power
plug to the input jack on the back of
scale.
Figure 2-3B. Connect the AC power
plug to the proper AC supply.
2.5.1 Battery Power:
The scale can be used on AC power immediately. Allow the battery to charge for 12 hours
before using the scale on battery power. The scale will automatically switch to battery
operation if there is a power failure or the power cord is removed. With AC power, the scale
is constantly charging, so the battery charge indicator (see item 13 in figure 3-2) will remain
lit. The scale can be operated during charging, and the battery is protected against
overcharging.
During battery operation, the battery symbol indicates the battery charge level. The scale
will automatically turn off when the batteries are fully discharged.
For maximum operating time, the battery should be charged at room temperature.
Symbol
TABLE 2-1
Charge Level
0 to 10 % Remaining
11 to 40 % Remaining
41 to 70 % Remaining
71 to 100 % Remaining
Notes:
When battery symbol blinks fast, approximately 30 minutes working time is left.
When [lo.bat] is displayed, the scale will shut off.
Charging the scale must be performed in a dry environment.
CAUTION: Battery is to be replaced only by an authorized Ohaus service
dealer. Risk of explosion can occur if the rechargeable battery is replaced
with the wrong type or if it is not properly connected. Dispose of the lead
acid battery according to local laws and regulations.
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3. OPERATION
3.1 Displays
Figure 3-1. Ranger Count 3000 Control panel with LCD displays
TABLE 3-1. Control Functions
Button
ON/ZERO
Turn scale
on.
PRINT
Send the
displayed
value to the
COM port.
Off
Turn scale
off.
Units
Change the
weighing
unit.
Yes
Accept the
current
menu or
Menu Function setting.
(Short Press)
No
Advance to
the next
menu or
setting.
Increment
the
displayed
value.
No
Advance to
the next
library or
setting.
Increment
the
displayed
value.
Primary
Function
(Short Press1) Zero the
display.
Secondary
Function
(Long Press2)
Library
Function
(Short Press)
Yes
Accept the
current
setting.
Target
Initiate the
function of
the current
application
mode.
Switch
between
Check
Weigh,
Check
Count and
Off.
Back
Go back to
the previous
menu or
setting.
Decrement
the
displayed
value.
Back
Go back to
the previous
library or
setting.
Decrement
the
displayed
value.
M+
Accumulate
the weight or
pieces.
Menu
Enter user
menu.
View the Audit
Trail event
counters
(extended
press)
Exit
Exit the menu.
Abort the
calibration in
progress.
Exit
Exit the
library.
ID
ID number
input for
library
record
edit/recall.
APW
Display/
Store an
APW
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TABLE 3-1. Cont.
Button
Primary
Function
(Short Press)
0-9
Enter numeric
values on the
display.
Secondary
Function
(Long Press)
1
Notes:
2
.
C
Clear the last
character
from the
display.
+/Switch
Switch between between
scale 1 and
positive and
scale 2
negative
(only available value
if second
platform is
connected)
Enter decimal
point (.) on the
display.
Tare
Perform a
tare
operation.
Sample
Display/
Start
new APW
Short Press: Press less than 1 seconds.
Long Press: Press and hold for more than 2 seconds.
Weight
Piece Weight
1
2
3
4
5
6
18
17
16
15
14
7
8
9
10
11
12 13
Figure 3-2. LCD Displays
TABLE 3-2. LCD Symbols
Item Description
Item Description
1
NET symbol
10
Low Sample Weight Symbol
2
Center of Zero symbol
11
Auto Optimization Symbol
3
Negative symbol
12
Dynamic symbol (not used)
4
Stable weight symbol
13
Battery charge symbol
5
Preset Tare, Tare symbols
14
Pound, Ounce, Pound:Ounce symbols
6
Pointer symbols
15
Percent symbol (not used)
7
Accumulation symbol
16
Kilogram, gram symbols
8
Calibration / Menu Mode symbol
17
Pieces symbol, tonne symbol (not used)
9
Low Average Piece Weight Symbol 18
Scale symbol (only shown when 2nd
platform is connected and turned on)
Notes:
The APW Lo symbol will be lit if the APW value is lower than minimum recommended APW (refer to table 7-1 for
minimum APW).
The Wt Lo symbol will be lit if the sample weight is lower than minimum recommended sample weight (refer to
Table 7-1 for minimum sample weight).
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The colored LED indicators on the left side of the control panel are used in Checkweigh mode
(section 3.5) and will light up according to the following rules:
(Red) Loads > Upper limit
(Green) Loads ≥ Lower limit and ≤ Upper limit
(Yellow) Loads < Lower limit
Power Input
Weigh Below
Access
RS232 and Option
Interface Port
(below cover)
Lock Switch
Figure 3-3. Below view of Ranger Count 3000
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3.2 Turning Scale On/Off
To turn the scale on, press and hold the On/Zero Off button for 1 second. The scale performs a
display test, momentarily displays the software version, and then enters the active weighing
mode.
To turn the scale off, press and hold the On/Zero Off button until OFF is displayed.
3.3 Counting
Ranger Count 3000 has three display areas. Weight, Piece Weight and Count information are
displayed in these areas respectively.
3.3.1 Preset tare
Enter a value with the numeric keypad. The value will be displayed in the Count window.
Pressing Tare key, the value in current unit will then be saved as the preset tare.
To clear the tare value, clear the pan and press Tare key.
3.3.2 APW Establishment
If there is no APW established, both the piece weight display and the count display will show 0.
Positive Sampling:
1. Place the sample on the pan.
2. Input the sample size with the numeric keypad. The value is displayed in the count
window.
Alternatively the Sample key can be used instead. Pressing the Sample key and
[------] is displayed in the count window. Then input the sample size value (only
integer).
3. Press the Sample key, [------] will be displayed in both the piece window and the count
window.
4. The established APW and count will be displayed.
Negative sampling:
1. Place container with the samples on the pan.
2. Tare the scale, a NET 0 will be displayed.
3. Remove the samples from the container; weight window will now display a negative net
reading.
4. Input the sample size with the numeric keypad. The value will be displayed in the count
window.
Alternatively the Sample key can be used instead. Pressing the Sample key and
[------] is displayed in the count window. Then input the sample size value (only
integer).
5. Press the Sample key, [------] will be displayed in both the piece window and the count
window.
6. The established APW and count will be displayed.
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Entering a known APW:
1. Press the APW key, [------] will be displayed in the piece window
2. Input the APW value.
3. Press the APW key, the new APW value will be displayed in piece weight window.
3.3.3 Simple Counting
1. After a valid APW is established, if required place a container on the pan and press Tare.
2. Place the sample on the pan.
3. The quantity will be displayed in the count window.
3.4 Accumulation and Statistics
The Accumulation feature enables manual or automatic totalizing of displayed values. Statistical
data (accumulated weight, count and number of weighments) is stored in memory for review
and printing. Accumulation works together with Check mode.
3.4.1 Accumulating Displayed Values
With ACCUMULATE set to MANUAL, place the item on the scale and press the M+ key to add
the weight to accumulation data. The ∑ pointer will keep flashing until the weight is removed.
With ACCUMULATE set to AUTO, place the item on the scale. The displayed value is
accumulated automatically. The ∑ pointer will keep flashing until the weight is removed.
3.4.2 Viewing and Clearing Statistical Data
When the pan is cleared, press the M+ key to display the statistical information. To clear the
accumulation data press the Tare key while the statistical information is displayed. The display
shows [Clr.aCC]. Press the Yes key to clear the stored data and return to current mode.
Notes: The item must be removed from the pan before the next item can be accumulated.
Only stable weights are stored to accumulation data.
Changing the mode will clear the accumulation data.
When Legal for Trade is ON, the display must return to 0 gross. Otherwise, the ∑
pointer will continue flashing. Gross loads and net loads cannot be added to
the same total. If the first load is a gross weight, future loads must also be gross
weights. If the first load is a net weight, future loads must also be net weights.
3.5 Check-Weighing
Press and hold the Target key, [Check] is displayed in the weight window. Release the Target
key when [wWeIGH] is displayed in the piece weight window. Use this mode to compare the
weight of items to a target weight range.
1. Press the Target key, [Under] is displayed in the weight screen. The previous under limit
will is displayed in the piece weight screen.
2. Input the target weight with the numeric keypad. The value will be displayed in the count
window.
3. Press the Yes key to accept the under limit value, [Over] is displayed in the weight
screen.
4. Repeat step 2 and 3 above to set the over limit.
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5. If required, place an empty container on the pan and press Tare.
6. Place sample material on the pan or in the container. If the sample weight is under the
target weight range, the yellow LED will light. If the sample is within the target weight
range, the green LED will light. If the sample is over the target weight range, the red LED
will light.
3.6 Check-Counting
Press and hold the Target key, [Check] is displayed in the weight window. Release the Target
key when [Count] is displayed in the piece weight window.
1. Press the Target key, [Under] is displayed in the weight screen. The previous under limit
will is displayed in the piece weight screen.
2. Input the sample size with the numeric keypad. The value will be displayed in the count
window.
3. Press the Yes key to accept the under limit value, [Over] is displayed in the weight
screen.
4. Repeat step 2 and 3 above to set the over limit.
5. If required, place an empty container on the pan and press Tare.
6. Place sample material on the pan or in the container. If the sample quantity is under the
target pieces range, the yellow LED will light. If the sample is within the target pieces
range, the green LED will light. If the sample is over the target pieces range, the red LED
will light.
Positive Check
Positive check is used to determine when the material added to the scale is within the target
range. In this case the UNDER and OVER limits must be positive values (the OVER limit must
be greater than the UNDER limit).
Add material to the scale until it is within the ACCEPT (green) range.
Negative Check
Negative check is used to determine when the material removed from the scale is within the
target range. In this case the UNDER and OVER limits are both negative values.
The UNDER limit must be greater than the OVER limit (for example UNDER = -10/ OVER=-15).
Place the item to be weighed on the scale and press Tare.
Remove a portion of the item until it is within the ACCEPT range.
Zero Check
Zero check is used when comparing subsequent samples to an initial reference sample. In this
case, the UNDER limit must be a negative value and the OVER limit must be a positive value.
Place the reference item on the scale and press Tare. Remove the reference sample and place
the item to be compared on the scale to determine if it is within the ACCEPT range.
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3.7 Library
When an item is processed on a regular basis, the item’s data (item or SKU numbers, Tare,
Check limits and Accumulated values) may be stored in memory for future use. This memory is
referred to as the scale’s Library.
Storing a record:
1. With the data established during operations, press the ID key, [Store] and [lib] are
displayed in the weight and piece weight windows respectively. The first vacant ID
number will blink in the count window.
2. Press ID key to save the data to the displayed ID number. Alternately, a different ID
number may be selected using the keypad and then pressing the ID key.
Note: Maximum 30 records, from 0 to 29.
Retrieving a record:
1. Enter the ID number using the keypad and press the ID key. [reCall] and [lib] are
displayed in the weight and piece weight windows respectively.
2. ID number is displayed in the weight window.
3. Press the ID or Yes key, [reCall] is displayed and the data is retrieved.
Editing a record:
1. Enter the ID number using the keypad and press the ID key. [reCall] and [lib] are
displayed in the weight and piece weight windows respectively.
2. Long press the ID key, [edit] and [lib] are momentarily displayed in the weight and
piece weight windows respectively.
3. Part number is displayed in the weight and piece weight windows. Default setting is
[000000] [000000]. Use the keypad to enter part number if required.
4. Press the Yes key to save the part number and advance to the preset Tare setting.
Use the keypad to enter a preset Tare value if required.
5. Press the Yes key to save the preset Tare value and advance to the APW setting.
Use the keypad to enter a new APW value if required.
6. Press the Yes key to save the APW and advance to the Limits setting.
Use the keypad to enter new under and over limits if required.
7. Press the Yes key to save the limits. [save] is displayed in the weight window. Press
the Yes key to save the data.
Clearing a record:
1. Enter the ID number using the keypad and press the ID key. [reCall] and [lib] are
displayed in the weight and piece weight windows respectively.
2. Press the C key, [delete] is displayed in the weight window. Press the Yes key to
delete the data.
Printing Library record:
A list of all library records stored in memory can be printed (see section 4.6)
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4. MENU SETTINGS
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The User Menu allows the customizing of scale settings.
Note: Additional Sub-Menus may be available if Interface Options are installed. See Interface
User Manual for the additional setting information.
4.1 Menu Navigation
User Menu:
Menu:
Menu
Items:
Menu
Items:
C.A.L
Zero21
Span1
Span21
Lin1
Lin21
GEO
End
P.r.i.n.t.1
Reset
Stable
A.Print
Contnt
Layout
Data.Tr
End
S.E.t.U.P
Reset
D.Scale
Cap21
Grad21
Pwr. Un
Zero
A.Opt
A.Tare
Bp.Opt
Bp.Sig
Bp.Key
Accum
End
C.O.M.1
Reset
Baud
Parity
Stop
Handsh
Alt.Cm
End
r.E.A.d
Reset
Stable
Filter
AZT
Light
A.Off
End
U.n.i.t
Reset
kg
g
lb
oz
lb:oz
End
L.O.C.k
L.Cal
L.Setup
L.Read
L.Unit
L.Print
L.COM
End
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Notes:
1
Only visible when dual scale is set to On.
Some units may not be available in all models.
When LEGAL FOR TRADE is set to ON (LFT Switch in locked position), the
menu settings are affected as follows:
Calibration (C.A.L) menu is not accessible.
Dual Scale, Capacity 2, Graduation 2, Filter and Units are locked at their current settings.
Zero Range setting is locked at 2%.
Stable Range setting is locked at 1d.
Auto-Zero Tracking setting is locked at 0.5d.
Stable Only is locked On.
Auto Print/ Continuous is disabled
Lb:oz is locked Off.
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Summary of button navigation functions in menu mode:
-- Yes
Allows entry into the displayed menu.
- Accepts the displayed setting and advances to the next item.
-- No
Skips by the displayed menu.
- Rejects the displayed setting or menu item and advances to the next
available item.
-- Back Moves backwards through the upper and middle level menus.
- Backs out of a list of selectable items to the previous middle level menu.
-- Exit Exits from menu directly to the active weighing mode.
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4.2 Cal Menu
Enter this menu to perform calibrations.
Initial Calibration
When the scale is operated for the first time, a span calibration is recommended to ensure
accurate weighing results. Before performing the calibration, be sure to have the appropriate
calibration weights as listed in table 4-1. Ensure that the LFT switch/calibration lock is set to
unlocked position. See figure 5-1.
Or adjust the GEO setting according to your location (see table 4-2).
Procedure:
Press and hold Menu until [mMeNU] (Menu) is displayed. When the button is released, the display
will show [C.A.L]. Press Yes to accept. [SpaN] will then be shown. Press Yes to begin the span
calibration. [ 0 kg] will be displayed. Press Yes to accept. [--C--] will be displayed while zero
reading is stored. Next, the display shows the calibration weight value. Place the specified
calibration mass on the pan. Press Yes to accept the weight or No to select an alternate weight.
[--C--] will be displayed while the reading is stored. The display will show [done] if the calibration
was successful. The scale returns to the previous application mode and is ready for use.
TABLE 4-1
Required Span Calibration Mass (sold separately)
Capacity Mass*
Capacity Mass*
1500g
1.5kg / 3lb
15000g
15kg / 30lb
3000g
3kg / 6lb
30000g
30kg / 60lb
6000g
6kg / 15lb
Note:
When active unit is g or kg, the calibrating unit will be in kg.
When active unit is lb, oz or lb:oz, the calibrating unit will be in lb.
For linearity calibration, the calibration Mass is fixed.
Mid-point is always half of full capacity.
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Zero2:
Span1:
Span2:
Linearity1:
Linearity2:
Geographic
Adjustment:
End Calibration:
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Perform
Perform
Perform
Perform
Perform
Set 0…12…31*
Exit menu
*Bold always represents factory default value.
Zero2 [ZErO]
Initiates a 2nd scale zero calibration.
Span1 [SpaN]
Initiates a span calibration procedure (zero and span). A span calibration is important when
initially setting up the scale.
Span2 [SpaN2]
Initiates a 2nd scale span calibration procedure.
Lin1 [LIN]
Initiates a linearity calibration procedure (zero, mid-point and span).
Lin2 [LIN2]
Initiates a 2nd scale linearity calibration procedure.
GEO [GEO]
Geographical Adjustment Factor (GEO) is used to adjust the calibration based on the current
location. Settings from 0 to 31 are available with 12 being the default. Refer to table 4-2 to
determine the GEO factor that corresponds to your location.
End Cal [End]
Advance to the next menu or return to the top of the current menu.
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4.3 Setup Menu
Enter this menu to set scale parameters. Default settings are in bold.
Reset:
Dual Scale:
Cap2:
Grad2:
Power on unit:
Zero Range:
Auto Opt:
Auto Tare:
Beeper Opt:
Beeper Signal:
Beeper Key:
Accumulation:
End Setup:
no, yes
off, on
1…9999
0.00005…0.5
auto, kg, g, lb, oz, lb:oz
2%, 10%
off, on
on, off, on-acc
off, on
off, accept, under, over, under-over
off, on
off, auto, manual
Exit menu
Reset [reset]
Reset the Setup menu to factory defaults.
NO
= not reset
YES
= reset
Dual Scale [d.scale]
Set the status of the second scale input (Scale 2).
OFF
= disabled
ON
= enabled
Cap2 [CAP2]
Set the capacity of Scale 2.
1…9999
Grad2 [GrAd2]
Set the readability of Scale 2.
0.00005…0.5
Power on unit [pwWr.UN]
Set the unit of measure displayed at startup.
AUTO
= last unit in use when turned off
kg
= kilograms
g
= grams
lb
= pounds
oz
= ounces
lb:oz
= pound ounces
Zero Range [ZErO]
Set the percentage of scale capacity that may be zeroed.
2%
= zero up to 2 percent of capacity
10%
= zero up to 10 percent of capacity
Auto Opt [A.OPt]
Set the Automatic Optimization.
OFF
= disabled
ON
= APW automatically optimized
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Auto Tare [A.tArE]
Set the automatic tare functionality.
OFF
= Automatic Tare is disabled
ON
= the first stable gross weight is tared
ON-ACC = stable gross loads within the accept limits are tared (in Check weighing mode)
Beeper Opt [bp.OPt]
Set whether or not the beeper sounds when APW has been optimized.
OFF
= disabled
ON
= enabled
Beeper Signal [Bp.sIG]
Set how the beeper responds in Check Weighing mode.
OFF
= the beeper is disabled
ACCEPT = the beeper will sound when the weight is within the Accept range.
UNDER = the beeper will sound when the weight is below the Under setting.
OVER
= the beeper will sound when the weight is above the Over setting.
OVERUNDER = the beeper will sound when the weight is below the Under setting or above the
Over setting.
Beeper Key [BP.key]
Set whether the beeper sounds when a button is pressed.
OFF
= disabled
ON
= enabled
Accumulation [aCCUmM]
Set the accumulation functionality.
OFF
= accumulation disabled
AUTO = automatic accumulation
MAN
= manual accumulation
End Setup [End]
Advance to the next menu or return to the top of the current menu.
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4.4 Readout Menu
Enter this menu to set user preferences. Default settings are in bold.
Reset:
Stable Range:
Filter:
Auto-Zero Tracking:
Light:
Auto off:
End Readout:
no, yes
0.5, 1, 2, 5
low, medium, high
off, 0.5, 1, 3
off, on, auto
off, 1, 5, 10
Exit menu
Reset [reset]
Reset the Read menu to factory defaults.
NO
= not reset
YES
= reset
Stable Range [Stable]
Set the amount the reading can vary while the stability symbol remains on.
0.5d
= 0.5 scale division
1d
= 1 scale division
2d
= 2 scale division
5d
= 5 scale division
Filter [FILtEr]
Set the amount of signal filtering.
LOW
= less stability, faster stabilization time
MED
= normal stability, stabilization time
HI
= greater stability, slower stabilization time
AZT [AZt]
Set the automatic zero tracking functionality.
OFF
= disabled
0.5d
= the display will maintain zero until a change of 0.5 divisions per second has
been exceeded.
1d
= the display will maintain zero until a change of 1 divisions per second has been
exceeded.
3d
= the display will maintain zero until a change of 3 divisions per second has been
exceeded.
Light [LIGHt]
Sets backlight functionality.
OFF
= always off
ON
= always on
AUTO = turns on when a button is pressed or the displayed weight changes.
Auto off [A.OFF]
Set the automatic shut off functionality.
OFF
= disabled
1
= powers off after 1 minute of no activity
5
= powers off after 5 minute of no activity
10
= powers off after 10 minute of no activity
End Readout [End]
Advance to the next menu or return to the top of the current menu.
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4.5 Unit Menu
This sub-menu activates units so they will be accessible with the Units button. The units in the
menu must be turned “on” to be active.
Note: Available units vary by model and local regulations.
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4.6 Print1 Menu
Enter this menu to set printing parameters. Default settings are in bold.
Note: The Print2 menu is only displayed if a second interface is installed.
Reset:
Stable Only:
Auto Print:
Content:
no, yes
off, on
off, on stable, interval, continuous, accept
P/N (-> off, on)
Result (-> off, on)
Gross (-> off, on)
Net (-> off, on)
Tare (-> off, on)
Header (-> off, on)
Footer (-> off, on)
Mode (-> off, on)
Unit (-> off, on)
Info (-> off, on)
APW (-> off, on)
Acc (-> off, result, all)
Layout:
Format (->S,M)
Feed (->Line, 4 Lines, form)
Data Transfer: off, on
Print Lib:
yes, no
End Print:
Exit menu
Reset [reset]
Reset the Print menu to factory defaults.
NO
= no reset
YES
= reset
Stable Only [Stable]
Set the printing criteria.
OFF
= values are printed immediately
ON
= values are only printed when the stability criteria are met
Auto Print [A.Print]
Set the automatic printing functionality.
OFF
= disabled
ON.STAB
= printing occurs each time the stability criteria are met
INTER
= printing occurs at the defined interval
CONT
= printing occurs continuously
ACCEPT
= printing occurs each time the display is within the Checkweigh accept
range and stability criteria are met.
Content [CONtNt]
Define the content of the printed data.
Part Number
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = enabled (The part or SKU number set up in Library will be printed)
Note: See section 3.7 for how to enter part or SKU number.
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Result
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the displayed reading is printed
Gross
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the gross weight is printed
Net
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the net weight is printed
Tare
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the Tare weight is printed
Header
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the Header is printed
Note: See section 7.3.1 for how to enter Header line.
Footer
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the Footer is printed
Note: See section 7.3.1 for how to enter Footer line.
Mode
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the Mode is printed
Unit
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the Unit is printed
Info
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = the reference information is printed (ex. check limits)
APW
Set the status.
OFF = disabled
ON = enabled
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Accu
Set the status.
OFF
= disabled
RESULT
= the Accumulation result is printed
ALL
= all the Accumulation data is printed
Note: See section 7.4 for sample print out.
Layout [layOUt]
Set the format of the data output to a printer or computer.
Format
Set the printing format.
MULTI
= a multi-line (single column style) printout is generated.
SINGLE
= a single line printout is generated.
Feed
Set the paper feed.
LINE
= move a paper up one line after printing
4LF
= move a paper up four lines after printing
FORM
= a form feed is appended to the printout
Data Transfer [data.tr]
Output weighing results directly to a PC application.
OFF = disabled
ON = enabled
Windows XP Setup:
1. Click Start Menu in Windows XP and click Settings -> open Control Panel.
2. Double click Accessibility Options in Control Panel.
3. Select the General tab.
4. Check Use Serial Keys, and click the Settings button.
5. Select the Serial Port, set the Baud rate to 9600 and click OK.
6. Close the Control Panel.
7. Run Excel to open one blank sheet. Focus the cursor on one item. At this time, if scale
sends data to the PC through the RS232 port, the data will be put into the cell, and the
cursor will automatically move to the next vertical cell.
Notes:
For Windows 7 setup, contact OHAUS.
If the weighing value is a negative number, set the target cell in TEXT format. Otherwise, Excel
will not distinguish it as a negative number.
Please do not use this function during continuous printing.
Print Library [P.lib]
Print the library data.
No = disabled
Yes = All library records stored in memory are printed
End Print [End]
Advance to the next menu or return to the top of the current menu.
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4.7 COM1 Menu
Enter this menu to define communication parameters. Default settings are in bold.
Reset:
Baud Rate:
Parity:
Stop bit:
Handshake:
Alternate command:
End COM:
no, yes
300…9600…19200
7 even, 7 odd, 7 none, 8 none
1, 2
none, On-Off
Print (A…P…Z), Tare (A…T…Z), Zero (A…Z)
Exit menu
Note: The COM2 menu is only displayed if a second interface is installed.
Reset [reset]
Reset the COM menu to factory defaults.
NO
= no reset
YES = reset
Baud Rate [BAUD]
Set the baud rate.
300
= 300 bps
600
= 600 bps
1200
= 1200 bps
2400
= 2400 bps
4800
= 4800 bps
9600
= 9600 bps
19200
= 19200 bps
Parity [paritY]
Set the data bits and parity.
7 EVEN = 7 data bits, even parity
7 ODD
= 7 data bits, odd parity
7 NONE = 7 data bits, no parity
8 NONE = 8 data bits, no parity
Stop bit [stOP]
Set the number of stop bits.
1
= 1 stop bits
2
= 2 stop bits
Handshake [H.shake]
Set the flow control method. Hardware handshaking is only available for COM1 menu.
NONE
= no handshaking
ON-OFF = XON/XOFF software handshaking
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Alternate command [Alt.CmM]
Define command character for the Print, Tare and Zero commands
Print
Set the alternate command character for Print
A to Z.
Tare
Set the alternate command character for Tare
A to Z.
Zero
Set the alternate command character for Zero.
A to Z.
End COM1, End COM2 [End]
Advance to the next menu or return to the top of the current menu.
4.8 Lock Menu
The Lock Menu is a software controlled option which can lock Menu settings to prevent
tampering. Default settings are in bold.
Reset
Lock Cal
Lock Setup
Lock Read
Lock Unit
Lock Print
Lock COM
End Menu Lock
no, yes
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
off, on
Exit menu
Reset [reset]
Reset the Lock menu to factory defaults.
NO
= no reset
YES
= reset
Lock Cal [l.CAL]
Set the status.
OFF
= Calibration menu is not locked
ON
= Calibration menu is locked
Lock Setup [L.SetuP]
Set the status.
OFF
= Setup menu is not locked
ON
= Setup menu is locked
Lock Read [L.read]
Set the status.
OFF
= Readout menu is not locked
ON
= Readout menu is locked
Lock Unit [l.Unit]
Set the status.
OFF
= Unit menu is not locked
ON
= Unit menu is locked
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Lock Print [l.print]
Set the status.
OFF
= Print menu is not locked
ON
= Print menu is locked
Lock COM [l.COmM]
Set the status.
OFF
= COM menu is not locked
ON
= COM menu is locked
End Lock [End]
Advance to the next menu or return to the top of the current menu.
4.9 End Menu
Press ‘No’ to advance to the Calibration menu. Press ‘Yes’ to exit the menu and return to the
current application mode.
4.10 Additional Features
To use the weigh below feature, remove AC power from the scale and remove the protective
cover for the weigh below opening. Install a suitable hook into the access hole at the bottom of
the scale as shown. Refer to section 6.4 for optional hook. Do not over tighten, tighten finger
tight. Mount the scale onto an appropriate assembly that allows free working space below the
hook. See figure 4-1.
Note: Never allow the scale to rest directly on the hook.
Weigh Below Hook
Access
Figure 4-1. Setup for the Weigh Below Hook
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TABLE 4-2. GEO CODES
Latitude
0°00'
5°46'
5°46'
9°52'
9°52' 12°44'
12°44' 15°06'
15°06' 17°10'
17°10' 19°02'
19°02' 20°45'
20°45' 22°22'
22°22' 23°54'
23°54' 25°21'
25°21' 26°45'
26°45' 28°06'
28°06' 29°25'
29°25' 30°41'
30°41' 31°56'
31°56' 33°09'
33°09' 34°21'
34°21' 35°31'
35°31' 36°41'
36°41' 37°50'
37°50' 38°58'
38°58' 40°05'
40°05' 41°12'
41°12' 42°19'
42°19' 43°26'
43°26' 44°32'
44°32' 45°38'
45°38' 46°45'
46°45' 47°51'
47°51' 48°58'
48°58' 50°06'
50°06' 51°13'
51°13' 52°22'
52°22' 53°31'
53°31' 54°41'
54°41' 55°52'
55°52' 57°04'
57°04' 58°17'
58°17' 59°32'
59°32' 60°49'
60°49' 62°90'
62°90' 63°30'
63°30' 64°55'
64°55' 66°24'
66°24' 67°57'
67°57' 69°35'
69°35' 71°21'
71°21' 73°16'
73°16' 75°24'
75°24' 77°52'
77°52' 80°56'
80°56' 85°45'
85°45' 90°00'
0
325
325
650
650
975
975
1300
0
1060
1060
2130
2130
3200
3200
4260
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
31
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
Elevation in meters
1300
1625
1950
1625
1950
2275
Elevation in feet
4260
5330
6400
5330
6400
7460
GEO value
3
2
2
3
3
2
4
3
3
4
4
3
5
4
4
5
5
4
6
5
5
6
6
5
7
6
6
7
7
6
8
7
7
8
8
7
9
8
8
9
9
8
10
9
9
10
10
9
11
10
10
11
11
10
12
11
11
12
12
11
13
12
12
13
13
12
14
13
13
14
14
13
15
14
14
15
15
14
16
15
15
16
16
15
17
16
16
17
17
16
18
17
17
18
18
17
19
18
18
19
19
18
20
19
19
20
20
19
21
20
20
21
21
20
22
21
21
22
22
21
23
22
22
23
23
22
24
23
23
24
24
23
25
24
24
25
25
24
26
25
25
26
26
25
27
26
26
27
27
26
28
27
27
28
28
27
29
28
28
2275
2600
2600
2925
2925
3250
3250
3575
7460
8530
8530
9600
9600
10660
10660
11730
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
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5. LEGAL FOR TRADE
When the scale is used in trade or a legally controlled application it must be set up, verified and
sealed in accordance with local weights and measures regulations. It is the responsibility of the
purchaser to ensure that all pertinent legal requirements are met.
5.1 Capacity Label
A label showing the capacity and readability of the scale must be installed near each display. If
the Capacity Labels were installed prior to delivery, no further action is needed. If the Capacity
Labels were not installed, they have been placed in the packaging material. Affix the labels
above the displays as shown in Figure 5-1.
Note: The Capacity Labels will be destroyed upon removal, so only attempt to install them once.
Capacity Label
Figure 5-1. Capacity Label location
5.2 Settings
Before verification and sealing, perform the following steps:
1. Verify that the menu settings meet the local weights and measures regulations.
2. Perform a calibration as explained in Section 4.2.
3. Set the switch to Locked. See figure 5-2.
The Menu Lock switch limits changes to the Cal, Setup, Readout, Unit and Print menus. The
switch in type approved models may set some scale settings as required by the approval
agency. The switch may be secured using paper seals, wire seals or plastic ties.
Note: When LEGAL FOR TRADE is set to ON (LFT Switch in locked position), the menu
settings are affected as follows:
Calibration (C.A.L) menu is not accessible
Dual Scale, Capacity 2, Graduation 2, Filter and Units are locked at their current settings
Zero Range setting is locked at 2%
Stable Range setting is locked at 1d
Auto-Zero Tracking setting is locked at 0.5d
Stable Only is locked On
Auto Print/ Continuous is disabled
Lb:oz is locked at Off
5.3 Verification and Sealing
The local weights and measures official or authorized service agent must perform the
verification procedure.
5.3.1 Physical Seals
For jurisdictions that use the physical sealing method, the local weights and measures official or
authorized service agent must apply a security seal to prevent tampering with the settings.
Refer to the illustration below for sealing methods.
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Lock Switch
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Paper Seal
Locked with Paper Seal
Wire Seal
Locked with Wire Seal
Figure 5-2. Sealing
5.3.2 Audit Trail Seal (USA and Canada only)
For jurisdictions that use the audit trail sealing method, the local weights and measures official
or authorized service agent must record the current configuration and calibration event counter
values at the time of sealing. These values will be compared to values found during a future
inspection.
Note: A change to an event counter value is equivalent to breaking a physical seal.
The audit trail uses two event counters to record changes to configuration and calibration
settings.

The configuration event counter (CFG) will index by 1 when exiting the menu if one or
more of the following menu settings are changed: Dual Scale, Capacity 2, Graduation 2,
Zero Range, Stable Range, Auto Zero Tracking (AZT), Units (kg, g, oz, lb or lb:oz) or
Stable Printing. Dual Scale, Capacity 2, Graduation 2, Zero Range setting is locked at
2%.

The calibration event counter (CAL) will index by 1 when exiting the menu if a Span, Lin
Calibration or GEO setting change is made. Note that the counter only indexes once,
even if several settings are changed.
The event counters can be viewed by pressing and holding the MENU button.
While the button is held, the display will show MENU followed by Audit.
Release the button when Audit is displayed to view the audit trail information.
The audit trail information is displayed in the format CFGxxx and CALxxx.
The scale then returns to normal operation
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6. MAINTENANCE
6.1 Cleaning
The housing may be cleaned with a cloth dampened with a mild detergent if necessary. Do not
use solvents, chemicals, alcohol, ammonia or abrasives to clean the housing or control panel.
6.2 Troubleshooting
Table 6-1 lists common problems and possible causes and remedies.
If the problem persists, contact OHAUS or your authorized dealer.
TABLE 6-1
Symptom
Cannot turn on
Cannot access mode
Cannot access unit
Possible Cause
No power to scale
Improper calibration
Unstable environment
Unstable environment
Incorrect calibration weight
Mode not enabled
Unit not enabled
Battery icon flashing
Battery is empty
Err 8.1
Power On Error
Err 8.2
Power On Error
Err 8.3
Over Range Error
Err 8.4
Under Range Error
Err 8.5
Tare out of range
Err 8.6
Err 9.5
Display overflow
Calibration data error
-------
Busy
--NO--
Action not allowed
CAL E
Calibration error
Unstable environment
Incorrect calibration weight
Lo.REF
Low reference weight warning
rEF.Err
Unacceptable reference weight
NO.ACC
Gross and net weights cannot be Only accumulate gross or net
accumulated together
weights (only works in LFT)
Battery fails to charge
fully
Battery is defective
Poor accuracy
Cannot calibrate
Remedy
Verify connections and voltage
Perform calibration
Move scale to suitable location
Move the scale to suitable location
Use correct calibration weight
Enter menu and enable mode
Enter menu and enable unit
Connect the scale to AC power
and charge the battery
Weight reading exceeds Power On
Zero limit
Weight reading below Power On
Zero limit
Weight reading exceeds Overload
limit
Weight reading below Underload
limit
Adjust tare value to be within
range
Weight exceeds 6 digits
Calibration data not present
Displayed during tare setting, zero
setting, printing
Function not executed
Calibration value outside allowed
limits
Move the scale to suitable location
Use correct calibration weight
Increase reference weight.
Reference weight too small.
Weight on the pan is too small to
define a valid reference weight.
Increase reference weight.
Have battery replaced by Ohaus
authorized service dealer.
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6.3 Service Information
If the troubleshooting section does not resolve or describe your problem, contact your
authorized OHAUS service agent. For service assistance or technical support in the United
States call toll-free 1-800-526-0659 between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM EST. An OHAUS product
service specialist will be available to provide assistance. Outside the USA, please visit our web
site, www.ohaus.com to locate the OHAUS office nearest you.
6.4 Accessories
2nd scale Interface Kit
Ethernet Interface Kit
2nd RS232 Interface Kit
USB Interface Kit
Weigh Below Hook
In Use Cover
Printer
Communication Cables
30037446
30037447
30037448
30037449
30037450
30037451
Contact Ohaus
Contact Ohaus
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7. TECHNICAL DATA
The technical data is valid under the following ambient conditions:
Indoor use only
Operating temperature: -10°C to 40°C
Relative humidity: 20% to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing
Height above sea level: Up to 2000 m
Power: AC power 100-240V 50/60 Hz, internal rechargeable sealed lead-acid battery
Current rating: 0.5A
Mains supply voltage fluctuations: up to ± 10% of the nominal voltage
Installation category: II
Pollution degree: 2
7.1 Specifications
MODEL
Capacity x Readability
(Max x d non-approved)
RC31P1502
1.5 kg x 0.00005 kg
1500 g x 0.05 g
3 lb x 0.0001 lb
48 oz x 0.002 oz
Maximum Displayed
Resolution
Minimum Recommended
1g / 0.002lb
Sample Weight
Minimum Recommended
0.005g / 0.00001lb
APW
1.5 kg x 0.0005 kg
Capacity x Readability
1500 g x 0.5 g
(Max x e approved)
3 lb x 0.001 lb
48 oz x 0.02 oz
Approved Resolution
Repeatability
0.0001 kg
Linearity
0.0001 kg
Weighing Units
Tare Range
Stabilization Time
Safe Overload Capacity
Weight Display
Keyboard
Battery Operating Time
(at 20ºC)
Construction
Approval Class
Pan Dimensions
Shipping Dimensions
Net Weight
Gross Weight
TABLE 7-1
RC31P3
RC31P6
RC31P15
RC31P30
15 kg x 0.0005 kg
15000 g x 0.5 g
30 lb x 0.001 lb
480 oz x 0.02 oz
30 kg x 0.001 kg
30000 g x 1 g
60 lb x 0.002 lb
960 oz x 0.05 oz
10g / 0.02lb
20g / 0.04lb
0.05g / 0.0001lb
0.1 g / 0.0002lb
6 kg x 0.002 kg
15 kg x 0.005 kg
6000 g x 2 g
15000 g x 5 g
15 lb x 0.005 lb
30 lb x 0.01 lb
240 oz x 0.1 oz
480 oz x 0.2 oz
1:3000
0.0002 kg
0.0005 kg
0.001 kg
0.0002 kg
0.0005 kg
0.001 kg
LFT OFF: g, kg, lb, oz, lb:oz
LFT ON: g, kg, lb, oz
EC and OIML Approved models: g, kg
To capacity by subtraction
≤ 1 second
150 % of capacity
3 LCD with white LED backlight
6-digit 7-segment, 20.5 mm / 0.8 in characters
20 mechanical buttons
30 kg x 0.01 kg
30000 g x 10 g
60 lb x 0.02 lb
960 oz x 0.5 oz
3 kg x 0.0001 kg
3000 g x 0.1 g
6 lb x 0.0002 lb
96 oz x 0.005 oz
6 kg x 0.0002 kg
6000 g x 0.2 g
15 lb x 0.0005 lb
240 oz x 0.01 oz
1:30000
2g / 0.004lb
4g / 0.01lb
0.01g / 0.00002lb 0.02g / 0.00005lb
3 kg x 0.001 kg
3000 g x 1 g
6 lb x 0.002 lb
96 oz x 0.05 oz
210 hours with backlight turned off
ABS plastic housing with 304 stainless steel platform
III
225 x 300 mm / 8.9 x 11.8 in
397 x 447 x 195 mm / 15.6 x 17.6 x 7.7 in
4.2 kg / 9.3 lb
5.45 kg / 12 lb
0.002 kg
0.002 kg
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7.2 Drawings
117 mm /
4.6 in
311 mm / 12.2 in
327 mm / 12.9 in
Figure 7-1. Dimensions
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7.3 Communication
The scale is equipped with an RS232 interface (COM1) located under the Options Cover.
Connecting the scale to a computer enables you to operate the scale from the computer, as well
as receive data such as displayed weight.
7.3.1 Interface Commands
Communicate to the scale using the command characters listed in Table 7-2 below.
TABLE 7-2
Command
IP
P
CP
SP
xS
xP
Z
T
xT
PU
xU
xM
PV
H x “text”
F x “text”
\EscR
SNS x
Function
Immediate Print of displayed weight (stable or unstable).
Print displayed weight (stable or unstable).
Continuous Print.
Print on Stability.
0S: Turn off “Stable Only” menu item and allow unstable print. 1S: Turn on “Stable
Only” menu item and only print stable print.
Interval Print x = Print Interval (1-3600 sec), 0P turns auto print OFF
Same as pressing Zero Key.
Same as pressing Tare Key.
Download Tare value in grams (positive values only).
Sending 0T clears tare (if allowed).
Print current unit: g, kg, lb, oz, lb:oz
Set scale to unit x: 1=g, 2=kg, 3=lb, 4=oz, 5=lb:oz
Set scale to mode x. Sending only M will scroll to next enabled mode.
Version: print name, software revision and LFT ON (if LFT is set ON).
Enter Header line, where x = line number 1 to 5, “text” = header text up to 24
alphanumeric characters
Enter Footer line, where x = line number 1 to 2, “text” = rear text up to 24
alphanumeric characters
Global reset to reset all menu settings to the original factory defaults
(Escape key + ‘R’ Key)
Switch to Platform x; 1 = Main Platform, 2 = 2nd Platform. (Only available when 2nd
Platform is connected)
7.3.2 Connections for RS232
The 9-pin female subminiature “D” connector COM1, is provided for interfacing to other devices.
The pin connections are as follows:
Active pins: PIN 2 = TXD, PIN 3 = RXD, PIN 5 = Ground
Figure 7-2. RS232 Pins
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7.4 Printouts
The following sample print outs are generated by the Print button, “P” Command or alternate
print command. The content of the printout is defined in the Print Content menu item. A
maximum of 24 characters can be printed on each line.
PN: 123456789926
363 PCS NET
0.1420 kg G
0.0420 kg NET
0.1000 kg PT
APW: 0.11500 g
N: 3
ACC: 956 Pcs
Description
Part Number line
Result line
Gross value line
Net value line
Tare value line
APW line
Accumulation line
Accumulation line
Comment
If Printx  Content  P/N is ON
If Printx  Content  Result is ON
If Printx  Content  Gross is ON and a tare value is entered
If Printx  Content  Net is ON and a tare value is entered
If Printx  Content  Tare is ON and a tare value is entered
If Printx  Content  APW is ON
If Printx  Content  Accu is All
If Printx  Content  Accu is All
7.5 Output Format
Weight string print format:
Field
Weight space Unit
space
Stability space
G/N
Length 9
1
1
NET
1
5
1
Space Term.
Char(s)
1
Each field is followed by a single delimiting space (ASCII: 32)
Definitions:
Weight
- Up to 9 characters, right justified, - at immediate left of most significant character
(if negative).
Unit
- Up to 5 characters, left justified. If the Unit in the Print Content menu was set to
OFF, the unit will be removed in the weight string and replaced by spaces.
Stability
- “?” character is printed if not stable. If weight is stable neither “?” or following
space is printed.
G/N
- “NET” printed if weight is net weight, ‘G’ or nothing printed if weight is a gross
weight.
Terminating Character(s) - terminating character(s) printed depending on FEED menu setting.
Ranger™ Count 3000 Series
EN-34
7.6 Compliance
Compliance to the following standards is indicated by the corresponding mark on the product.
Mark
Standard
This product conforms to the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, the Low Voltage
Directive 2006/95/EC and the Non-Automatic Weighing Instrument Directive
2009/23/EC. The Declaration of Conformity is available online at
europe.ohaus.com/europe/en/home/support/compliance.aspx.
AS/NZS CISPR 11
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1-12, UL Std. No. 61010-1 (3rd edition)
Important notice for verified weighing instruments
Weighing Instruments verified at the place of manufacture bear one of the
preceding marks on the packing label and the green ‘M’ (metrology) sticker on the
descriptive data plate. They may be put into service immediately.
Weighing Instruments to be verified in two stages have no green ‘M’ (metrology) on
the descriptive data plate and bear one of the preceding identification marks on the
packing label. The second stage of the initial verification must be carried out by an
authorized and certified service organization established within the European
Community or by the National Notified Body.
The first stage of the initial verification has been carried out at the manufacturers work. It
comprises all tests according to the adopted European standard EN 45501:1992, paragraph
8.2.2.
If national regulations limit the validity period of the verification, the user of the weighing
instrument must strictly observe the re-verification period and inform the respective weights
and measures authorities.
Ranger™ Count 3000 Series
EN-35
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.
The Batteries Directive 2006/66/EC introduces new requirements from
September 2008 on removability of batteries from waste equipment in EU
Member States. To comply with this Directive, this device has been designed for
safe removal of the batteries at end-of-life by a waste treatment facility.
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 regulation must also be related.
Disposal instructions in Europe are available online at
europe.ohaus.com/europe/en/home/support/weee.aspx.
Thank you for your contribution to environmental protection.
FCC Note
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference
at his own expense.
Industry Canada Note
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
ISO 9001 Registration
In 1994, OHAUS Corporation, USA, was awarded a certificate of registration to ISO 9001 by
Bureau Veritus Quality International (BVQI), confirming that the OHAUS quality management
system is compliant with the ISO 9001 standard’s requirements. On June 21, 2012, OHAUS
Corporation, USA, was re-registered to the ISO 9001:2008 standard.
EN-36
Ranger™ Count 3000 Series
Limited Warranty
OHAUS products are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship from the date of
delivery through the duration of the warranty period. During the warranty period OHAUS will
repair, or, at its option, replace any component(s) that proves to be defective at no charge,
provided that the product is returned, freight prepaid, to OHAUS. This warranty does not apply if
the product has been damaged by accident or misuse, exposed to radioactive or corrosive
materials, has foreign material penetrating to the inside of the product, or as a result of service
or modification by other than OHAUS. In lieu of a properly returned warranty registration card,
the warranty period shall begin on the date of shipment to the authorized dealer. No other
express or implied warranty is given by OHAUS Corporation. OHAUS Corporation shall not be
liable for any consequential damages.
As warranty legislation differs from state to state and country to country, please contact OHAUS
or your local OHAUS dealer for further details.
OHAUS Corporation
7 Campus Drive
Suite 310
Parsippany, NJ 07054 USA
Tel: +1 973 377 9000
Fax: +1 973 944 7177
With offices worldwide / Con oficinas alrededor del mundo / Avec des bureaux dans le monde
entier / Weltweite Geshäftsstellen / Con uffici in tutto il mondo.
www.ohaus.com
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reservados / tous droits réservés / Alle Rechte vorbehalten / tutti i diritti riservati.
Printed in China / Impreso en la China / Imprimé en Chine / Gedruckt in China / Stampato in
Cina
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