Sartorius Talent, M-power Sartorius Gem, Gold

Sartorius Talent, M-power Sartorius Gem, Gold
Operating Instructions
Sartorius Talent, M-power
Sartorius Gem, Gold
Electronic Analytical and Precision
Balances and Precious Metal Scales
98648-012-13
Contents
Warnings and
Safety Precautions
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Warnings and Safety Precautions . 2
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of Display
and Operating Elements . . . . . . .
Basic Weighing Function . . . . . .
Calibration/Adjustment . . . . . . .
7
7
8
9
Application Programs . . . . . . . . 10
Net-Total Formulation/
Second Tare Memory . . . . . . . . 10
Counting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Weighing in Percent . . . . . . . . . 12
Weigh Averaging . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Toggling Between Weight Units . . 14
Configuring the Balance/
Scale (Menu Codes)
Setting the Parameters
(Menu Codes) . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Balance/Scale Operating Menu
(Overview) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
ISO/GLP-compliant Printout . . . . 18
Data Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Care and Maintenance . . . . . . . 22
Instructions for Recycling . . . . . 23
Overview
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Accessories (Options) . . . . . . . . 33
Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . 35
2
Safety
To prevent damage to the equipment,
please read these operating instructions
carefully before using your balance/scale.
! Do not use this balance/scale in a hazardous
area/location.
! Use only a commercially available
non-rechargeable or rechargeable battery:
8+ AA, Mignon
! Make absolutely sure to unplug the
balance/scale from AC power before you connect or disconnect a peripheral device.
! Exposure to excessive electromagnetic
disturbance can cause the readout value to
change. Once the disturbance has ceased, the
instrument can be used again in accordance
with its intended use.
Setting up the Balance/Scale
! Warning when using pre-wired RS-232
connecting cables: The pin assignments
in RS-232 cables purchased from other
manufacturers may be incompatible with
Sartorius balances/scales. Be sure to check
the pin assignment against the chart
on page 19 before connecting the cable,
and disconnect any lines that do not match.
– Connect only Sartorius accessories and
options, as these are optimally designed for
use with your Sartorius balance/scale.
Do not try to solve any problems on your own.
The operator shall be responsible for any modifications to Sartorius equipment and for any
connections of cables or equipment not
supplied by Sartorius and must check and,
if necessary, correct these modifications and
connections. On request, Sartorius will provide
information on the minimum operating specifications (in accordance with the standards
for defined immunity to interference).
– Do not open the balance/scale housing.
If the seal is broken, this will result
in forfeiture of all claims under the
manufacturer’s warranty.
Getting Started
Storage and Shipping Conditions
– Do not expose the balance/scale to
extreme temperatures, blows, shocks,
vibration or moisture.
Unpacking the Balance/Scale
After unpacking the balance/scale,
check it immediately for any visible
damage
$ If you see any sign of damage, proceed
as directed in the chapter entitled “Care
and Maintenance,” under the section on
“Safety Inspection”
$ Save the box and all parts of the
packaging until you have successfully
installed your balance/scale in case you
need to return it. Before packing your
balance/scale, unplug all connected
cables to prevent damage.
Equipment Supplied
– Balance/scale
– Weighing pan
– Pan support (only on models with
a round weighing pan)
– Gem tray (only with GE and GD models)
– AC adapter, plug type
Additionally supplied with AZ214,
AZ124, AZ64, TE214S, TE124S, TE64,
GD603, GD103, GD502-DS models:
– Shield ring
– Shield plate
– Dust cover
Additionally supplied with
TE313S, TE153S, GD252 models:
– Glass draft shield with cover
Additionally supplied with
GD252-DS, GD502-DS models:
– Draft shield chamber with sliding doors
– 50-g calibration weight (F1)
–
–
–
–
Installation Instructions
When choosing a location to set up your
balance/scale, observe the following:
Avoid placing the balance/scale in
close proximity to a heater or otherwise
exposing the balance/scale to heat or
direct sunlight
Protect the balance/scale from drafts
that come from open windows or doors
Avoid exposing the balance/scale to
extreme vibrations during weighing
Do not expose the balance/scale to
extreme moisture over long periods
Conditioning the Balance/Scale
Moisture in the air can condense on the
surfaces of a cold balance/scale whenever
it is brought into a substantially warmer
place.
If you transfer the balance/scale to
a warmer area, make sure to condition it
for about 2 hours at room temperature,
leaving it unplugged from AC power.
Additionally supplied with
TE313S-DS, TE153S-DS models:
– Draft shield chamber with sliding doors
3
Setting up the Balance/Scale
Balances/scales with a draft shield chamber with
sliding doors
Place the components listed below inside
the chamber in the order given:
– Shield plate
– Shield ring (not for models TE313S-DS, TE153S-DS)
– Pan support
– Weighing pan
– Gem tray (only with GD models)
Balances/Scales with a Glass Draft Shield
Place the components listed below inside
the chamber in the order given:
– Draft shield base – place it on the balance/scale
so that the edge for fitting the glass draft shield
faces upwards and turn it until it is firmly in place
– Pan support
– Weighing pan
– Glass draft shield
– Gem tray (only with GD models)
– Draft shield cover – place it on the balance/scale
so that the edge faces downwards
Balances/Scales with a Round Weighing Pan
Place the components listed below inside
the chamber in the order given:
– Pan support
– Weighing pan
– Gem tray (only with GE models)
Balances/Scales with a Rectangular Weighing Pan
Place the weighing pan on the balance/scale
Gem tray (only with GE models)
4
Connecting the Balance/Scale to AC Power/
Safety Precautions
Use only original Sartorius AC adapters:
– for Europe: 6971948
Insert the right-angle plug into the jack
Plug AC adapter into electrical outlet
The ground terminal is connected to the balance/scale
housing, which can be additionally grounded for
operation.
Using a Non-Rechargeable/Rechargeable Battery
(not for models AZ214, AZ124, AZ64, AZ3102,
AZ1502, TE214S, TE124S, TE64, GD603, GD103,
GD502-DS, GD252, TE313S, TE153S, GE3102,
TE3102S, GE2102, TE1502S, GE1302)
$ A non-rechargeable or rechargeable battery is not
included with the equipment supplied
! Use only a commercially available non-rechargeable
(8+ AA/Mignon) or rechargeable battery
! When using a rechargeable battery, always use an
external charger to recharge the battery
Lay the balance/scale on its side
Lift the compartment cover
Insert the non-rechargeable (8+ AA/Mignon)
or rechargeable batteries into the compartment
$ Make sure to connect the positive and negative poles
correctly
Close the battery compartment:
Press down on the cover until it clicks into place
! All used batteries are classified as waste that requires
special handling (not “household” waste). Dispose
of rechargeable batteries in accordance with the
applicable special waste disposal regulations
5
Selecting the Line Voltage (Mains Voltage)
(Optional)
Use the following original AC adapters for selecting
the line voltage:
– AC adapter TNG8 order no. 6971951 (universal)
or
– AC adapter TNG8 order no. 6971952 (for the U.K.)
Use the switch to toggle between 230 V and 115 V
Leveling the Balance/Scale
(only for models AZ…, GD…, GE3102, GE2102,
GE1302, TE…-L, TE214S, TE124S, TE64, TE313S,
TE153S, TE3102S, TE1502S)
Level the balance/scale any time you set it up in
a new location. Use only the 2 front feet of the
balance/scale for leveling.
Turn the 2 rear feet until they are in position
(only on models GE3102, GE2102, GE1302,
TE3102, TE1502)
Turn the 2 front feet as shown here in the illustration
until the air bubble is centered in the level indicator
> In most cases, this will require several adjustment steps
Anti-theft Locking Device
To protect against theft, use the mounting lug on
the rear panel of the balance/scale.
Secure the balance/scale at the place of installation,
for example with a chain or a lock
6
Operation
Overview of Display and Operating Elements
11
1
2
3
10
3
Tare
9
Tare
CF
F
7
8
Position Designation
1
Weight units
2
Calculated-value indicator
(i.e., not a weight value)
3
Taring
4
Symbol: “Printing mode active”
5
Symbol: Gross or net value
6
Data output:
Press this key to send readout
values to the built-in data
interface.
7
Start an application program
4
5
6
Position Designation
8
Delete (Clear Function)
This key is generally used to
cancel functions:
– Quit application program
– Cancel calibration/adjustment
routine | Exit the operating
menu
9
On/off
10
Symbols for zero range
(verified models only)
11
Weight value displayed
in selected weight unit
7
Basic Weighing Function
Preparation
Turn on the balance/scale: Press e
To change configurations: See the chapter entitled “Configuring the Balance/Scale”
$ To tare the balance/scale: Press t
Additional Functions:
To turn off the balance/scale: Press e
Warmup Time
To ensure accurate results, the balance must warm up for 30 minutes
before operaion. Only after this time will the balance have reached
the required operating temperature.
Example
Basic weighing
Step
Key (or instruction) Display/Printout
1. Turn on the balance/scale
e
Self-test is performed
+ 52.0
2. Place container on balance/scale
(here: 52 g)
3. Tare the balance/scale
4. Place sample in container
on balance/scale (here: 150.2 g)
8
t
+
g
0.0 g
+ 150.2
g
Calibration/Adjustment
Available Features
Calibration/adjustment can only be performed when
– there is no load on the balance/scale,
– the balance/scale is tared,
– the internal signal is stable.
If these conditions are not met, an error message is displayed. Otherwise, the weight
required for calibration/adjustment is displayed (see “Accessories” for calibration weights).
On AZ and TE models, you can use any of the following weight units to calibrate/adjust:
g, kg*, lb (menu code 1. 4. x)
You can block calibration/adjustment of the balance/scale:
– Select menu code 1. 5. 3)
Example
Step
Key (or instruction) Display/Printout
1. Tare the balance/scale
t
2. Begin calibration
Calibration weight is displayed
without weight unit (here: 1000 g)
t >2 sec.
3. Place the indicated calibration
weight on the balance/scale
After calibration, the calibration
weight is displayed with wt. unit
4. Remove the calibration weight
0.0 g
+ 1000.0
1000.0
+ 1000.0
g
0.0 g
* = not on models with a readability of 0.1 mg
9
Application Programs
Net-Total Formulation/Second Tare Memory
With this application program you can weigh in components for formulation of a mixture.
Preparation
Configure the Net-Total Formulation/Second Tare Memory application in the operating
menu: See “Configuring the Balance/Scale.” Menu code: 2.1.3
Example
Step
Key (or instruction) Display/Printout
1. Place an empty container on
the balance/scale
2. Tare the balance/scale
t
+
0.0 g
0.0 gNET
v
N1
+
5. Add the next component
6. Store the 2nd component weight
v
7. Add further components,
if desired
As described
for steps 5 and 6
8. Display total weight and
fill to desired final weight
c
10
65.0 g
+ 120,5 g
3. Add the first component
4. Store the first component weight.
If the print format is set to include
data ID codes, the following
is printed
+
+
120.5 g
70,5 g
0.0 gNET
+ 191,0 g
Counting
$ Reference sample quantity:
Code 3. 3. 1
5 pcs
Code 3. 3. 2
10 pcs (factory setting)
Code 3. 3. 3
20 pcs
Code 3. 3. 4
50 pcs
Code 3. 3. 5
100 pcs
Purpose
With the Counting program you can determine the number of parts that each have
approximately equal weight.
Preparation
Configure the Counting application
in the operating menu:
See “Configuring the Balance/Scale”
Menu code: 2. 1. 4
$ Storage parameter
(display accuracy for counting)
Code 3. 4. 1
Standard resolution
(factory setting)
Code 3. 4. 2
With 10 times higher
resolution than standard
See also “Configuring the Balance/Scale”
Example
Determine an unknown piece count; weigh the preset reference sample quantity
Menu: Application program: Counting (menu code 2. 1. 4);
Reference sample quantity: 20 pcs (menu code 3. 3. 3)
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Tare the balance/scale
t
2. Display the reference sample
quantity (here: 20 pcs)
v >2 sec.
3. Place the reference sample
quantity (20 pcs) on the balance/
scale (here: 66 g)
4. Start the application; if the print
format is set to include data
ID codes, the following piece weight
is printed
v
0.0
6. Display weight
v
7. Display quantity
v
(briefly)
+
66.0
g
+
20
wRef
+
174
+ 574.2
+ 174
0
8. Unload the balance/scale
g
ref 20
+
5. Weigh uncounted parts
(here: 174 pcs)
9. Delete the reference value
Display/Printout
pcs
3.300 g
pcs
g
pcs
pcs
c
10. Repeat the procedure starting from step 5, if desired.
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Weighing in Percent
$ Reference percentage:
Code 3. 3. 1
5%
Code 3. 3. 2
10 % (factory setting)
Code 3. 3. 3
20 %
Code 3. 3. 4
50 %
Code 3. 3. 5
100 %
Purpose
This application program allows you to
obtain weight readouts in percent which are
in proportion to a reference weight.
Preparation
Configure the Weighing in Percent application in the operating menu:
See “Configuring the Balance/Scale.”
Menu code: 2. 1. 5
$ Storage parameter
(display accuracy for counting)
Code 3. 4. 1
Standard resolution: With
stability (factory setting)
Code 3. 4. 2
With 10 times higher
stability than standard
See also “Configuring the Balance/Scale”
Example
Determine an unknown percentage: store the weight on the balance/scale as a reference percentage
Menu: Application program: Weighing in Percent (menu code 2. 1. 5)
Menu: Reference percentage: 100 % (menu code 3. 3. 5)
Step
Key (or instruction)
1. Tare the balance/scale
t
2. Display the reference
percentage:
v >2 sec.
v
6. Display weight
v
7. Display percentage
v
8. Unload the balance/scale
c
10. Repeat the procedure starting from step 5, if desired.
12
g
ref100
222.5
g
+ 100.00
%
Wxx%
5. Place an unknown weight
on the balance/scale (here: 322.5 g)
9. Delete the reference percentage
0.0
+
3. Place the reference weight for 100 %
on the balance/scale (here: 222.5 g)
4. Start the application; if the print
format is set to include data
ID codes the following is printed
Display/Printout
+
222.500 g
+ 144.94
%
+ 322.5
+ 144.94
g
0.00
%
%
Weigh Averaging
Purpose
Use this program to determine weights under
unstable ambient conditions. In this program,
the balance/scale calculates the weight as
the average value from a defined number of
individual weighing operations.
These weighing operations are also known as
“subweighing operations” or “subweighs.”
$ Number of subweighs for weigh
averaging:
3. 3. 1
5 subweighs
3. 3. 2
10 subweighs
(factory setting)
3. 3. 3
20 subweighs
3. 3. 4
50 subweighs
3. 3. 5
100 subweighs
Preparation
Configure the Weigh Averaging application
in the operating menu: See “Configuring the
Balance/Scale.”
Menu code: 2. 1.12
See also “Configuring the Balance/Scale”
Example
Determine the weight of a sample in extremely unstable ambient conditions by calculating the average
of 10 subweighing operations.
Menu: Application program: Weigh Averaging (menu code 2. 1.12)
Step
Key (or instruction)
1.
Tare the balance/scale
t
2.
Display the number of subweighs
(here: 10)
v >2 sec.
3.
Place sample on the balance/scale
(weight readout fluctuates)
4.
Start measurement
5.
Display/Printout
0.0
ref 10
g
(briefly)
8888
8888
10
9
8..
.
1
v
After 10 subweighs
+
If the print format is set to include
data ID codes, the following is printed
Res
Unload the balance/scale
+
275.5
+
g
G
275.5 g
275.5
g
G
(stable display)
c
6.
Delete the result
7.
Repeat the procedure starting from step 3, if desired.
13
Toggle Between Weight Units
With this application program you can toggle the display of a weight value back and forth
between two weight units.
Configure the “Toggle Weight Units” application in the operating menu:
See “Configuring the Balance/Scale.” Menu code 2.1. 2
Menu code
Unit
1. 7. 2 ο
1. 7. 3 1)
1. 7. 4
1. 7. 5
1. 7. 6
1. 7. 7
1. 7. 8
1. 7. 9
1. 7. 10
1. 7. 11
1. 7. 12
1. 7. 13
1. 7. 14
1. 7. 15
1. 7. 16
1. 7. 17
1. 7. 18
1. 7. 19
1. 7. 20
Grams
Kilograms
Carats
Pounds
Ounces
Troy ounces
Hongkong taels
Singapore taels
Taiwanese taels
Grains
Pennyweights
Milligrams
Parts per pound
Chinese taels
Mommes
Austrian carats
Tola
Baht
Mesghal
3. 1. 2 ο
3. 1. 3 1)
3. 1. 4
3. 1. 5
3. 1. 6
3. 1. 7 2)
3. 1. 8
3. 1. 9
3. 1. 10
3. 1. 11
3. 1. 12
3. 1. 13
3. 1. 14
3. 1. 15
3. 1. 16
3. 1. 17
3. 1. 18
3. 1. 19
3. 1. 20
Conversion factor
1
0.00100000000
5
0.00220462260
0.03527396200
0.03215074700
0.02671725000
0.02645544638
0.02666666000
15.43235835000
0.64301493100
1000
1.12876677120
0.02645547175
0.26670000000
5
0.08573333810
0.06578947437
0.21700000000
ο = Factory setting
1
) = not for models with a readability of < 0.2 mg
2
) = Factory setting only for GE models
Function
To toggle the display between the 1st and 2nd weight units:
Press the v key
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Abbr. on
printout
g
kg
ct
lb
oz
ozt
tlh
tls
tlt
GN
dwt
mg
/lb
tlc
mom
K
tol
bat
MS
Configuring the Balance/Scale
Setting the Parameters (Menu Codes)
You can configure your balance/scale to meet individual requirements by selecting from
the parameters available in the menu.
Example: Adapt the balance/scale to unstable ambient conditions
Menu code 1. 1. 4
Step
Key (or instruction) Display
1. Turn off the balance/scale
e
2. Turn the balance/scale back on;
while all segments
are displayed
e
t briefly
1.
$ To navigate within a menu
level; the last menu option is
followed by the first option
t repeatedly
2.·
··
9.
1.
3. Select the 2nd menu level
p
1. 1.
4. Select the 3rd menu level
p
1. 1. 2 o
5. In Menu Level 3:
Select the desired option
t repeatedly
1. 1. 4
6. Confirm new setting;
the “o” indicates the currently
set option
$ Select the next menu level (here:
move from the 3rd to the 1st level)
p >2 sec.
1. 1. 4 o
p
1.
$ Set other menu codes, if desired
p, t
7. Store parameter settings
and exit operating menu
or
$ Exit operating menu
without storing changes
t >2 sec.
> Restart the application
e
0.0 g
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Balance/Scale Operating Menu (Overview)
ο Factory setting
√ User setting
Menu
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1
1.1. Adapt filter
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4
Minimum vibration
ο Normal vibration
Strong vibration
Extreme vibration
1.3. Stability range
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
1.3.5
1/4 digit
1/2 digit
1 digit
ο 2 digits
4 digits
1.4. Weight unit for
calibration weight**
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
ο Grams
Kilogramm1)
Pounds
1.5. Calibration/adjustment
1.5.1
1.5.3
ο Accessible
Blocked
1.6. Auto zero
1.6.1
1.6.2
ο On
Off
1.7. Weight unit 1
See “Toggle between Weight Units”
1.8. Display accuracy
1.8.1
1.8.4
2. Application
programs
2.1. Program selection
See the desired application
program description
3. Application
parameters
3.1. Weight unit 2
3.2. Display accuracy
See “Toggle between Weight Units”
3.2.1
ο Standard resolution
3.2.4
Single scale interval*
see the desired application program description
Balance/scale
functions
3.3. Reference qty or %
3.4. Display accuracy /
Weighing in Percent
5. Data interface
5.1
Baud rate
* = only for GD, GE models
** = only for TE models
1
) = not for models with a readability of 0.1 mg
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ο Standard resolution
Single scale interval*
see the desired application program description
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
150 baud
300 baud
600 baud
ο 1200 baud
2400 baud
4800 baud
9600 baud
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5. Data interface
5.2 Parity
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
Mark
Space
ο Odd
Even
5.3
No. of stop bits
5.3.1
5.3.2
ο 1 stop bit
2 stop bits
5.4
Handshake mode
5.4.1
5.4.2
Software
Hardware
2 char. after CTS
ο Software
1 char. after CTS
5.4.3
5.5
Communications mode
5.5.1
5.5.2
ο SBI (ASCII)
GLP record
6. Print for
weighing
6.1
Manual/auto print mode
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
Manual without stability
ο Manual at stability
Automatic without stability
Automatic at stability
7. Print with
applications
programs
7.1
Line format of printout
7.1.1
7.1.2
Without data ID Codes
ο With data ID Codes
7.2
ISO/GLP-compliant
printout
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
ο Off
For calibration/
adjustment only
Always on
7.3
Printout time
7.3.1
7.3.2
ο 24-h format
12-h format
8.1. Menu
8.1.1
8.1.2
ο Parameter settings alterable
Parameter settings read only
8.2. External switch function
8.2.1
8.2.4
8.2.5
8.2.6
8.2.8
c key
t key
ο p key
v key
t key
8.3. Power-on mode
for balance/scale
8.3.1
Off/on (battery shuts off
automatically after 3 min)
ο Stand-by/on
9.–
9.– 1
9.– 2
8. Extra
functions
8.3.2
9. Menu-Reset
Factory setting
Reset menu
Do not reset
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ISO/GLP-compliant Printout
Features
You can have the parameters pertaining
to the ambient weighing conditions
printed before (GLP header) and after
(GLP footer) the values of a weighing
series.
These parameters include:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
GLP header:
Date
Time at beginning of measurement
Balance/scale manufacturer
Balance/scale model
Balance/scale serial number
Software version number
Identification number of the current
sampling operation
GLP footer:
– Date
– Time at end of measurement
– Field for operator signature
! The record can only be output to
a Sartorius data printer YDP20-0CE.
Settings
Set the following menu codes
(see “Configuring the Balance/Scale”):
– GLP-compliant record: menu code 5 5 2
– ISO/GLP-compliant record after calibration/adjustment only:
menu code 7 2 2 or ISO/GLP-compliant
record always on: menu code 7 2 3
– Line format for printout: With data ID
codes – 22 characters: menu code 7 1 2
– Printout date/time:
– 24-h format: menu code 7 3 1
– 12-h format: menu code 7 3 2
! No ISO/GLP-compliant record is output
if any of the following settings are
configured:
menu codes 6 1 3, 6 1 4 (automatic
printout) and 7 1 1
Function Keys
Press p to output header and first
measured value.
> Header is output the first time p is
pressed
To output header and reference data
automatically with an application program active: Press v
End application program:
End application program and output
GLP footer: Press c
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The ISO/GLP-compliant record can contain the following lines:
-------------------17-Jan-2003
10:15
SARTORIUS Weighing
Technology GmbH
Mod.
TE6100
Ser. no.
10105355
Ver. no.
00-19-41
ID
-------------------L ID
wRef +
21.14 g
Qnt
+
235 pcs
Qnt
+
567 pcs
-------------------17-Jan-2003
10:20
Name:
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Dotted line
Date/time (beginning of measurement)
Balance/scale manufacturer
Balance/scale model
Balance/scale serial number
Software version
ID
Dotted line
Measurement series no.
Counting: Reference weight
Counting result
Counting result
Dotted line
Date/time (end of measurement)
Field for operator signature
Blank line
Dotted line
ISO/GLP-compliant printout for external calibration/adjustment
-------------------17-Jan-2003
10:30
SARTORIUS Weighing
Technology GmbH
Mod.
TE6100
Ser. no.
10105355
Ver. no.
00-19-41
ID
-------------------Cal. Extern
Set
+
5000.0 g
-------------------17-Jan-2003
10:32
Name:
--------------------
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Date/time (beginning of measurement)
Balance/scale manufacturer
Balance/scale model
Balance/scale serial number
Software version
ID
Dotted line
Calibration/adjustment mode
Calibration weight
Dotted line
Date/time (end of measurement)
Field for operator signature
Blank line
Dotted line
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Data Interface
Purpose
Your balance/scale comes equipped with an
interface port for connection to a computer
or other peripheral device. You can use an
on-line computer to change, start and/or
monitor the functions of the balance/scale
and the application programs.
Female interface connector
25
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Pin Assignment Chart, 25-pin
female interface connector, RS-232:
Pin 1: Shield
Pin 2: Data output (TxD)
Pin 3: Data input (RxD)
Pin 4: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 5: Clear to Send (CTS)
Pin 6: Not connected
Pin 7: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 8: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 9: Not connected
Pin 10: Not connected
Pin 11: Charging voltage for
rechargeable battery pack
+12 … +20 V ( I _ out 25mA)
Pin 12: Reset _ Out *)
Pin 13: +5 V output
Pin 14: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 15: Universal remote switch
Pin 16: Not connected
Pin 17: Not connected
Pin 18: Not connected
Pin 19: Not connected
Pin 20: Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Pin 21: Internal ground (GND)
Pin 22: Not connected
Pin 23: Not connected
Pin 24: Not connected
Pin 25: +5 V output
*) = Hardware restart
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Preparation
You can set these parameters for other
devices in the Setup menu (see the chapter
entitled “Configuring the Balance/Scale”).
You will also find a detailed description
of the available data interface commands
in the file “Data Interface Descriptions for
AZ, GD, GE and TE Models”, which you can
download from the Sartorius website
(www.sartorius.com “Download Center”).
The many and versatile properties of these
balances/scales can be fully utilized for
printing out records of the results when you
connect your balance/scale to a Sartorius
data printer. The recording capability for
printouts makes it easy for you to work
in compliance with ISO/GLP.
For remote switch
Error Codes
Error codes are shown on the main display for 2 seconds. The program then returns
automatically to the previous mode (e.g., weighing).
Display
No segments appear
on the display
Cause
No AC power is available
The AC adapter is not plugged in
Battery or rechargeable
battery pack is discharged
Solution
Check the AC power supply
Plug in the AC adapter
Replace the battery or recharge
the battery pack using an
external charger
Unload the balance/scale
The load exceeds the
balance/scale capacity
l and E 54
The weighing pan is not in place Place the weighing pan on the
balance/scale
Something is touching
Move that object that
the weighing pan
is touching the weighing pan
e 02
Calibration parameter
Unload the balance/scale
not met, e.g.:
Press t to tare the balance/scale
– balance/scale not zeroed
Calibrate only when zero
– balance/scale is loaded
is displayed
e 09
When gross value < zero; no tare Tare the balance/scale
e 10
The t key is blocked when
Press c to clear the tare
there is data in the second tare memory and release the tare key
memory (net-total). Only 1 tare
function can be used at a time
e 11
Value input is not allowed for
Press t
second tare memory
e 22
Weight is too light or there is
Increase the weight on
no sample on the balance/scale the balance/scale
e 30
Interface port for
Contact your local
printer output is blocked
Sartorius Service Center
Max. weighing capacity The balance/scale was
Place the weighing pan on the
is less than indicated
turned on without the
balance/scale and press e
under “Specifications” weighing pan in place
to turn the balance/scale back on
The weight readout
The balance/scale has not been Calibrate/adjust the balance/scale
is obviously wrong
calibrated/adjusted
The balance/scale was not
Tare the balance/scale
tared before weighing
h
If any other errors occur, contact your local Sartorius Service Center!
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Care and Maintenance
Service
Regular servicing by a Sartorius technician will extend
the service life of your balance/scale and ensure its
continued weighing accuracy. Sartorius can offer you
service contracts, with your choice of regular maintenance intervals ranging from 1 month to 2 years. The
optimum maintenance interval depends on the operating conditions at the place of installation and on the
individual tolerance requirements.
Repairs
Repair work must be performed by trained service
technicians. Any attempt by untrained persons to perform repairs may lead to hazards for the user.
Cleaning
Unplug the AC adapter from the wall outlet (mains
supply). If you have an interface cable connected to
the balance/scale port, unplug it from the port,
Clean the balance/scale using a piece of cloth which
has been wet with a mild detergent (soap)
After cleaning, wipe down the balance/scale with
a soft, dry cloth.
Removing and Cleaning the Weighing Pan:
Lift up and remove the weighing pan together with
the pan support by gripping them from under the
shield ring. Make sure that you do not damage the
weighing system in doing so.
!Make sure that no liquid enters the balance/scale
housing.
!Do not use any aggressive cleaning agents (solvents or
similar agents).
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Cleaning Stainless Steel Surfaces
Clean all stainless steel parts regularly. Remove the
stainless steel weighing pan and thoroughly clean it
separately. Use a damp cloth or sponge to clean any
stainless steel parts on the balance/scale. Only use
commercially available household cleaning agent that
is suitable for use on stainless steel. Clean stainless
steel surfaces by wiping them down. Then rinse thoroughly, making sure to remove all residues. Afterwards,
allow the balance/scale to dry. If desired, you can apply
oil to the cleaned surfaces as additional protection.
Solvents are permitted for use only on stainless steel
parts.
Safety Inspection
If there is any indication that safe operation of the
balance/scale with the AC adapter is no longer
warranted:
Turn off the power and disconnect the equipment
from AC power immediately
> Lock the equipment in a secure place to ensure that
it cannot be used for the time being
In this case, notify your nearest Sartorius Service
Center or the International Technical Support Unit
based in Goettingen, Germany.
Maintenance and repair work may only be
performed by service technicians who are authorized
by Sartorius.
Instructions for Recycling
To ensure adequate protection for safe shipment,
your balance/scale has been packaged to the extent
necessary using environmentally friendly materials.
After successful installation of the balance/scale,
you should return this packaging for recycling
because it is a valuable source of secondary raw
material. For information on recycling options,
including recycling of old weighing equipment,
contact your municipal waste disposal center
or local recycling depot.
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Overview
Specifications
Talent Series
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C (50°F–86°F)
Response time (average)
Adaptation to ambient conditions
Display update (depends on the
filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
Pan size
Weighing chamber height
Dimensions (WxDxH)
AC power source/
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source,
direct current
Power consumption (average)
Hours of operation with the
YRB08Z rechargeable battery pack
24
g
mg
g
<±mg
<±mg
TE214S
TE124S
210
120
0.1
0.1
210
120
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
+10…+30 °C (50°F to 86°F)
TE64
60
0.1
60
0.1
0.2
+5…+40°C (41°F to 104°F)
>±/K
s
2 · 10–6
2 ·10–6
2 ·10–6
3
3
3
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
s
g
lb
kg
mm
mm
mm
0.2–0.4
200 (E2)
0.4
3.2
90 d
200
200+ 270+299
0.2–0.4
100 (E2)
0.2
3.2
90 d
200
0.2–0.4
50 (E2)
0.1
3.2
90 d
200
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
V
W
10–20
1
1
1
h
20
20
20
Gem Series
Model
GD603
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
<±
Linearity
<±
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
<±/K
Response time (average)
s
Adaptation to ambient conditions
Display update (depends on the
filter level selected)
s
External calibration weight g
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
kg
Pan size
mm
Weighing chamber height
mm
Dimensions (B+T+H)
mm
605 ct/121 g
185 ct/37 g
0.001 ct/0.2 mg 0.001 ct/0.2 mg
605 ct/121 g
185 ct/37 g
0.001 ct/0.2 mg 0.001 ct/0.2 mg
0.002 ct/0.4 mg 0.002 ct/0.4 mg
+10…+30 °C (50°F to 86°F)
AC power source/
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source/
direct current
V
Power consumption (average) W
Hours of operation with
the YRB08Z rechargeable
battery pack
h
GD103
GD502-DS
505 ct/101 g
0.005 ct
505 ct/101 g
0.0075 ct
0.015 ct
GD252,
GD252-DS
255 ct/51 g
0.005 ct
255 ct/51 g
0.0075 ct
0.015 ct
+5.… +40°C (41°F to 104°F)
2 ·10–6
2 ·10–6
4·10–6
3
3
2,5
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
4·10–6
2,5
0.2–0.4
100 (F1)
0.2–0.4
20 (F1)
0.2–0.8
50 (F1)
0.2–0.8
50 (F1)
3.0
90 d
133
200+270+233
3.0
90 d
133
200+270+233
1.7/2.7
100 d
133
200+270+233
1.7/2.7
100 d
GD252-DS: 133
200+270+120/
200+270+233
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
10–20
1
1
0.75
0.75
20
20
25
25
25
Talent and Gold Series
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
Response time (average)
Adaptation to
ambient conditions
Display update (depends
on the filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
Pan size
Dimensions (B+T+H)
AC power source/
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source/
direct current
Power consumption
(average)
Hours of operation with
the YRB08Z rechargeable
battery pack
* = only for TE models
26
g
g
g
< ±g
< ±g
TE313S,
TE153S,
TE313S-DS
TE153S-DS
310
150
0.001
0.001
310
150
0.001
0.0015
0.002
0.003
+10…+30 °C (50° to 86°F)
TE3102S,
GE3102
3,100
0.01
3,100
0.01
0.02
GE2102
2,100
0.01
2,100
0.015
0.04
3·10–6
2.5
4·10–6
2.5
+5… +40°C (41°F to 104°F)
<±
/K
s
4·10–6
3
4·10–6
2.5
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
s
g
lb*
kg
mm
mm
0.2–0.8
200 (E2)
0.4
2.2/3.2
100 d
200 + 270+ 120/
TE…-DS:
200+ 270+299
100 (F1)
0.2
1.7/2.7
100 d
2000 (E2)
4
2.2
174+143
200+270+70
2000 (F1)
–
1.7
174+143
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
V
10–20
W
0.75
h
20
25
20
20
Talent and Gold Series
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
Response time (average)
Adaptation to
ambient conditions
Display update (depends
on the filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
Pan size
Dimensions (B+ T+H)
AC power source/
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source/
direct current
Power consumption
(average)
Hours of operation with
– Mignon, AA alkaline
manganese battery,
approx.
– fully charged rechargeable
1000 mAh battery, approx.
Hours of operation with
the YRB08Z rechargeable
battery pack
TE1502S
g
g
g
< ±g
< ±g
GE1302
1,500
1,300
0.01
0.01
1,500
1,300
0.015
0.015
0.03
0.03
+10…+30 °C (50° to 86°F)
GE812
810
0.01
810
0.01
0.02
GE612, TE612,
TE612-L
610
0.01
610
0.01
0.02
5·10–6
2
5·10–6
2
+5…+40°C (41°F to 104°F)
<±
/K
s
4·10–6
2.5
4·10–6
2.5
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
s
g
lb*
kg
mm
mm
0.2–0.8
1,000 (F1)
2
1.7
174+143
200+270+ 70
1,000 (F1)
–
1.7
174 +143
500 (F2)
–
1.4
116 d
500 (F2)
1
1.4
116 d
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
V
10–20
W
0.75
h
–
–
50
50
h
–
–
20
20
h
25
25
25
25
* = only for TE models
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Talent and Gold Series
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
Response time (average)
Adaptation to
ambient conditions
Display update (depends
on the filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
Pan size
Dimensions (B+T+H)
AC power source/
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source/
direct current
Power consumption
(average)
Hours of operation with
– Mignon, AA alkaline
manganese battery,
approx.
– fully charged rechargeable
1000 mAh battery, approx.
Hours of operation with
the YRB08Z rechargeable
battery pack
* = only for TE models
28
g
g
g
<±g
<±g
GE412, TE412, GE212, TE212,
TE412-L
TE212-L
410
210
0.01
0.01
410
210
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.02
+10… +30°C (50° to 86°F)
GE7101
7,100
0.1
7,100
0.1
0.2
TE6101,
TE6101-L
6,100
0.1
6,100
0.1
0.2
0.5 ·10–5
2
0.5 ·10–5
2
+5… +40°C (41°F to 104°F)
<±
/K
s
0.5 ·10–5
2
1 ·10–5
2
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
s
g
lb*
kg
mm
mm
0.2–0.8
200 (F2)
0.4
1.4
116 d
200+270+70
100 (M1)
0.2
1.4
116 d
5000 (F2)
–
1.7
174+143
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
V
10–20
W
0.75
h
50
h
20
h
25
5000 (F2)
10
1.7
174+143
Talent and Gold Series
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
Response time (average)
Adaptation to
ambient conditions
Display update (depends
on the filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
Pan size
Dimensions (B+T+H)
AC power source/,
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source/direct current
Power consumption (average)
Hours of operation with
– Mignon, AA alkaline
manganese battery, approx.
– fully charged rechargeable
1000 mAh battery, approx.
Hours of operation with
the YRB08Z rechargeable
battery pack
g
g
g
<±g
<±g
GE4101, GE2101, GE811
TE4101, TE2101,
…-L
…-L
4,100
2,100
810
0.1
0.1
0.1
4,100
2,100
810
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
+10…+30°C (50°F to 86°F)
TE601, TE12000, TE6100, TE4100,
…-L
…-L
…-L
…-L
610
0.1
610
0.1
0.2
12,000
1
12,000
1
2
6,100
1
6,100
1
2
4,100
1
4,100
1
2
5·10–5 2.5·10–5 5·10–5
1.5
1.5
1.5
5·10–5
1.5
+5.… +40°C (41°F to 104°F)
<±/K 1·10–5
s
2
2·10–5
1.5
5·10–5
1.5
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
s
kg
lb*
kg
mm
mm
0.2–0.8
2 (F2)
1 (M1)
4
2
1.7
174+143
200+270+70
V
W
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
10–20
0.75
h
50
h
20
h
25
0.5 (M1) 0.5 (M1) 5 (M1)
1
1
10
5 (M1)
10
2 (M1)
4
* = only for TE models
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Specifications
M-power Series
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C (50°F–86°F)
Response time (average)
Adaptation to ambient conditions
Display update (depends on the
filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
Pan size
Weighing chamber height
Dimensions (WxDxH)
AC power source/
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source,
direct current
Power consumption (average)
Hours of operation with the
YRB08Z rechargeable battery pack
30
g
mg
g
<±mg
<±mg
AZ214
AZ124
210
120
0.1
0.1
210
120
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.3
+10…+30 °C (50°F to 86°F)
AZ64
60
0.1
60
0.2
0.3
+5…+40°C (41°F to 104°F)
>±/K
s
2 · 10–6
2 ·10–6
2 ·10–6
3
3
3
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
s
g
lb
kg
mm
mm
mm
0.2–0.4
200 (E2)
0.4
3.2
90 d
200
200+ 270+299
0.2–0.4
100 (E2)
0.2
3.2
90 d
200
0.2–0.4
50 (E2)
0.1
3.2
90 d
200
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
V
W
10–20
1
1
1
h
20
20
20
M-power Series
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
Response time (average)
Adaptation to
ambient conditions
Display update (depends
on the filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
Pan size
Dimensions (B+ T+ H)
AC power source/
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source/
direct current
Power consumption
(average)
Hours of operation with
– Mignon, AA alkaline
manganese battery,
approx.
– fully charged rechargeable
1000 mAh battery, approx.
Hours of operation with
the YRB08Z rechargeable
battery pack
g
g
g
< ±g
< ±g
AZ313
AZ153
310
150
0.001
0.001
310
150
0.003
0.003
0.004
0.004
+10…+30 °C (50° to 86°F)
AZ3102
3,100
0.01
3,100
0.015
0.03
AZ1502
1,500
0.01
1,500
0.015
0.03
AZ612
610
0.01
610
0.015
0.03
3 ·10–6
2.5
4 ·10–6
2.5
5 ·10–6
2.5
+5… +40°C (41°F to 104°F)
<±/K
s
4 ·10–6
3
4 ·10–6
3
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
s
g
lb
kg
mm
mm
0.2–0.8
200 (E2)
100 (F1)
0.4
0.2
2.2
1.7
100 d
100 d
200 +270+ 120
2000 (E2)
1,000 (F1)
4
2
2.2
1.7
174+143
174+143
200+ 270+70
500 (F2)
1
1.4
116 d
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
V
10–20
W
0.75
h
–
–
–
–
50
h
–
–
–
–
20
h
20
25
20
25
25
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M-power Series
Model
Weighing capacity
Readability
Tare range (subtractive)
Repeatability
Linearity
Operating temperature range
Allowable ambient
operating temperature
Sensitivity drift
within +10…+30 °C
Response time (average)
Adaptation to
ambient conditions
Display update (depends
on the filter level selected)
External calibration weight
(of at least accuracy class)
Net weight, approx.
Pan size
Dimensions (B+T+H)
AC power source/
power requirements
Frequency
AC power source/
direct current
Power consumption
(average)
Hours of operation with
– Mignon, AA alkaline
manganese battery,
approx.
– fully charged rechargeable
1000 mAh battery, approx.
Hours of operation with
the YRB08Z rechargeable
battery pack
32
g
g
g
<±g
<±g
AZ212
AZ6101
210
6,100
0.01
0.1
210
6,100
0.015
0.1
0.03
0.3
+10… +30°C (50° to 86°F)
AZ4101
4,100
0.1
4,100
0.1
0.3
AZ2101
2,100
0.1
2,100
0.1
0.3
AZ601
610
0.1
610
0.1
0.3
1·10–5
2
2·10–5
2
5·10–5
1.5
+5… +40°C (41°F to 104°F)
<±/K 1·10–5
s
2.5
0,5 ·10–5
2
By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels
s
g
lb
kg
mm
mm
0.2–0.8
100 (M1)
5000 (F2)
0.2
10
1.4
1.7
116 d
174 + 143
200+ 270+ 70
2 (F2)
4
1.7
174 + 143
1 (M1)
2
1.7
174 + 143
AC adapter 230 V or 115 V, +15% to –20%
48–60 Hz
V
10–20
W
0.75
h
50
h
20
h
25
0.5 (M1)
1
1.7
174 + 143
Accessories (Options)
Product
Data printer
with date/time, statistics evaluation,
transaction counter functions and LCD
Order No.
YDP20-0CE
– Paper (5 rolls)
6906937
Remote display
– reflective
– for overhead projectors, transmissive
YRD02Z
YRD13Z
External rechargeable battery pack
with external battery charger (hours of operation:
20 or 40, depending on balance/scale model)
SartoConnect data transfer program for interfacing
a Sartorius balance to a PC with a Windows 95/98 or NT
operating system
This software enables you to transfer the data recorded
by your balance to any PC application program (e.g., Excel).
YRB08Z
YSC01L
RS-232C interface cable
for PC connection, 25-pin
COM data interface for PC connection, 9-pin
7357312
7357314
Universal remote control switch:
Foot switch with T-connector
Hand switch with T-connector
YFS01
YHS02
T-connector
for connecting 2 peripheral devices
Carrying case
– for models with a readability >1 mg
YTC01
YDB01TE
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Product
In-use dust cover
– Only over operating elements for models
GD…, AZ214, AZ124, AZ64, TE214S, TE124S, TE64, TE…-DS
– for models with a rectangular weighing pan
– for models with a round weighing pan
Order No.
6960TE01
6960TE03
6960TE02
Attaching the in-use dust cover to models with a glass draft shield:
– Remove adhesive strip from balance/scale housing
– Place dust cover on balance/scale
– Stick adhesive strip on dust cover
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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Weighing bowls/scoops/gem trays
300 ml, weight 86 g, stainless steel
1000 ml, weight 240 g, stainless steel
300 ml, weight 22 g, aluminum
110 ml, 90 mm d, aluminum
270 ml, weight 62 g, 137 mm d, stainless steel
62 mm d, stainless steel
85 ml, 70 mm d, aluminum
180 ml, 90 mm d, aluminum
174 mm d, stainless steel
Calibration weights
for AZ3102, TE 3102S (2000 g; E2)
for AZ313, AZ214, TE313S, TE214S (200 g, E2)
for AZ124, TE124S (100 g, E2)
for AZ64, TE64 (50 g, E2)
for GD103 (20 g, F1)
for GD252 (50 g, F1)
for AZ153, GD603, TE153S (100 g, F1)
for AZ1502, TE1502S, GE1302, GE4101,
for GE2102 (2000 g, F1)
TE4101, (1 kg, F1)
for AZ612, GE812, GE612, GE811, TE601 (500 g, F2)
for GE412, TE412 (200 g, F2)
for AZ212, GE212, TE212 (100 g, F2)
for AZ4101, TE4100 (2000 g, F2)
for AZ2101, GE2101, TE2101 (1 kg, F2)
for AZ6101, GE7101, TE6101, TE12000, TE6100 (5 kg, F2)
or alternative (5 kg; ± 0.25 mg)
6407
641211
69641304
69GP0003
YWP03G
6910848
YWP06G
YWP05G
YWP04G
YCW6228-00
YCW5228-00
YCW5128-00
YCW4528-00
YCW4238-00
YCW4538-00
YCW5138-00
YCW6238-00
YCW6138-00
YCW5548-00
YCW5248-00
YCW5148-00
YCW6248-00
YCW6148-00
YCW6548-00
YSS653-00
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Sartorius Weighing Technology GmbH
Weender Landstrasse 94–108
37075 Goettingen, Germany
Phone +49.551.308.0
Fax +49.551.308.3289
www.sartorius-mechatronics.com
Copyright by Sartorius,
Goettingen, Germany.
All rights reserved. No part
of this publication may
be reprinted or translated in
any form or by any means
without the prior written
permission of Sartorius.
The status of the information,
specifications and illustrations
in this manual is indicated
by the date given below.
Sartorius reserves the
right to make changes to the
technology, features,
specifications and design of the
equipment without notice.
Status:
October 2011,
Sartorius Weighing Technology GmbH,
Goettingen, Germany
Printed in Germany on paper that has
been bleached without any use of chlorine
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Publication No.: WTE6001-e11107
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