EC100 Counting Scale Manual

EC100 COUNTING SCALE
Operation MANUAL
(V1408)
Anyload Transducer Co. Ltd
#102 – 6994 Greenwood Street
Burnaby, BC Canada V5A 1X8
Tel: +1-604-420-2130
Fax: +1-866-612-9088
Website: www.anyloadgroup.com
Email: info@anyloadgroup.com
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EC 100 COUNTING SCALE
1. Preparation:
Place the scale horizontally and keep the bubble inside the bubble level aligned with the
red circle (See Fig.1).
Correct
incorrect
(Fig.1)
2. Functions Explanation:
2.1 Key Functions:
KEY
Function
WEIGHT
UNIT WEIGHT
Indicate the gross or net (when the tare function activated) weight
on the platter
Indicate the average or set unit piece weight
TOTAL
Indicate the accumulated total piece number on the platter
NUMERIC (0-9)
To set numeric data for sample number, sample weight or limit
number of checking
To set the decimal position of sample weight
DECIMAL POINT (.)
[ZERO]
[TARE]
[SAMPLE/UNIT]
[UNIT WEIGHT]
[CE]
[QTY/SET]
MEMORY [M+]
MEMORY
[MC]
[TOTAL]
CANCEL
[SAMPLE/UNIT]
(lb/Kg)
To set or re-adjust the scale in correct zero position for accurate
counting operation
To reduce the gross weight on the platter (box or container etc.) as
the tare weight
To set the counted sample numbers on the platter into scale
memory
To set the known unit weight data into scale in normal operation
To cancel the numeric setting data or canceling the previous unit
weight data
For the alternation of changing normal counting and quantity check
operation
To memory accumulated counts data, up to 99 counts
To cancel memorized data
For the alternation of changing normal counting and memory data
recalling
To select weight unit; Once the unit is selected, the selected unit
indicates the different calibration and weighing unit.
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2.2 Indicator Lamps:
LAMP
“ON”
ZERO
When the gross weight is zero
TARE
When tare weight is set
LACK of SAMPLE
When the sample unit weight is not heavy enough for accurate
counting operation in case of number of sample setting mode
3. OPERATION:
3.1 TARE
3.1.1. Reduce tare weight
Place the empty container on the platter. Press [TARE] key then the tare indicator is
turned on, the WEIGHT display shows Zero.
Remove the container from the platter after having reduced the weight, the WEIGHT
display shows a minus sign.
3.1.2. Clearing the previous tare value:
Remove weights from the platter then press [TARE] key so that the Tare indicator turns off
and WEIGHT display returns to Zero.
3.2 SAMPLE SETTING
There are two sample setting methods.
3.2.1 Number setting:
This setting is used in the case of counting the unknown unit weight.
Place a certain number of samples on the platter, total weight will be displayed in
WEIGHT display.
Set the number of samples through numeric keys. Set number will be showed in UNIT
WEIGHT display with flickering.
Press the [SAMPLE/UNIT] key, UNIT WEIGHT display shows the averaged unit weight
per piece and TOTAL display shows the number of samples.
3.2.2. Unit weight setting:
This setting is used in the case of unit weight is already known.
Set the unit weight data, then numbers will be displayed with flickering in UNIT WEIGHT.
Press [UNIT WEIGHT] key, then flickering of UNIT WEIGHT display will stop.
To cancel previous unit weight and sample setting, press [CE] key.
3.3. ALARM FUNCTION
To avoid counting error, the scale has useful alarm function to inform an operator the
counting error feasibility in case of sample number shortage or weight shortage of sample
unit weight.
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3.3.1. Sample number alarm:
Lack of Sample light will turn on if the total weight of sample is below the limit value, by
adding the sample piece with counting until the lack of sample light is turned off.
Then set the new numbers of sample through numeric key then press [SAMPLE/UNIT] key.
FREE SAMPLE FUNCTION is the same as the above; scale will automatically adjust and
calculate new average unit weight if operator add samples in slowly with the numbers.
FREE SAMPLE FUNCTION will not work if the displayed number exceeds 1,000,000
pieces.
3.3.2 Unit weight alarm:
Lack of Piece Weight light will turn on if the averaged unit weight or set unit weight is not
enough for accurate counting operation. Operator may use scale even the light is on, but
counting error might occur.
3.3.3. Alarming by press [QTY/SET]:
THE SCALE has useful check function to inform operator that the total piece counts
quantity has reached the lower limit and the upper limit desired. This function is designed
for packing purpose. For example, if the operator wishes to count 1,000 pieces for every
package, he can set the lower limit and the upper limit as 1,000 pieces as following:
(1) Press [QTY/SET] enter quantity alarm menu.
(2) Setting quantity alarm: repeat step (1), enter quantity alarm menu, press [ZERO] key
to select, select “CH=on”, this means quantity alarm is turned on. If “CH=off” is
selected, this means quantity alarm is turned off.
(3) Setting lower limit and upper limit: repeat step (1), enter quantity alarm menu, press
[TARE] key to select. when the display shows “L=0000”(L for flash), press digital key,
input “990” then press [TARE] key again, input lower limit is complete. The display will
show “H=0000”(H is flashing), press digital key, input “1010” then press [TARE] key
again, input upper limit is complete.
(4) Exit the quantity alarm menu: press [QTY/SET] key to exit the quantity alarm menu.
4. Function setting
4.1 Turn off the scale.
4.2 Press and hold [UNIT WEIGHT] key to turn on the scale, the display will show.
And then b=ON/OFF on the first line, A-XX on the second line and L=ON/OFF on the
third line.
Press [QTY/SET] to select activate or inactivate the function of the beep.
Press [TARE] to select auto off time. Press [ZERO] key to select activate or inactivate
the function of the backlight.
4.3 UNIT WEIGHT function: when there is no weight on the platform, press [SAMPLE/UNIT]
key to select the unit (kg or lb). When there is something on the platform, press [UNIT
WEIGHT] key to sample.
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4.4 Unit weight memory
4.4.1 Turn on the scale
4.4.2 Press 0 to 9 to input the unit weight you want to save.
4.4.3 Press [STORE] to confirm the unit weight and then the display will show “c xxx”.
4.4.4 Press M1 to M9 within 2 seconds, the third line of the display will show “- - - -”.
4.5. Unit weight transfer
4.5.1 Press [CE] to clear the memory, the second line of the display will show 0.
4.5.2 Press M1 to M9 to transfer the unit weight from memory.
4.6 Total weight clear
4.6.1 Press [TOTAL] to show total pieces on the third line of the display.
4.6.2 Press [MC] to show the unit which will be cleared.
4.6.3 Press [CE] to confirm clear.
5. CALIBRATION
5.1 When to calibrate?
Calibration may be required when it is initially installed, if the scale is moved to a
substantial distance.
This is necessary because the weight of a mass in one location is not necessarily same in
another location. Also, with time and use, mechanical deviations may occur.
5.2 Linearity calibration:
5.2.1 Turn on the scale and then turn it off.
5.2.2. Press and hold [TARE] and then turn on the scale, LCD will show LINE on first line,
CAL-0 (flashing) on the second line and AD value on the third line.
5.2.3. When the AD value is stable, press [ZERO] to calibrate ZERO, after 2 or 3 seconds,
the second line will show 1.0000.
5.2.4. Place 1kg weight on the platform, and press [ZERO] when the stable A/D value is
displayed. After 2 or 3 seconds, the display will show 2.0000.
5.2.5. Place 2kg weight on the platform, and press [ZERO] when the stable A/D value is
displayed. After 2 or 3 seconds, the display will show 3.0000.
5.2.6. Place 3kg weight on the platform, and press [ZERO] when the stable A/D value is
displayed, after 2 or 3 seconds, the display will show 0.0000 and now calibration is
finished.
5.2.7. Turn off the power, then turn on the power again, place some weights on the platform
to make sure the weighing is correct. If not, repeat steps 1-6.
5.3 Single segment calibration:
5.3.1 Turn on the scale and then turn it off.
5.3.2 Press and hold [ZERO] and then turn on the scale, LCD will show SCALE on first line,
CAL-0 (flashing) on the second line and AD value on the third line.
5.3.3 Press [SAMPLE/UNIT] to select calibration unit kg or lb.
5.3.4 After the stable A/D value is displayed, press [ZERO] to calibrate ZERO. After 2 or 3
seconds, the second will show 0.
5.3.5 Set calibration weight through input 0 to 9 and then place the calibration weight you
had set, Press [ZERO] to calibrate. After the stable indicator light is on, press [ZERO]
key, the second line of display will show 00000 and now calibration is finished.
5.3.6 Turn off the power, then turn on the power again, place some weight on the platform to
make sure the weighing is correct. If not, repeat steps 1-6.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Part number
EC100-1.5
EC100-3
EC100-7.5
EC100-15
EC100-30
EC100-50
Net/gross weight
Package
Model: EC100
Capacity
Graduation
Platter Size (mm/inch)
1.5kg / 3.3 lb
0.05g/0.0001 lb
227x337 / 9’x13-1/4’
3kg/ 6.6 lb
0.1g/ 0.0002 lb
227x337 / 9’x13-1/4’
7.5kg/ 16.5lb
0.25g/ 0.005 lb
227x337 / 9’x13-1/4’
15kg/ 33lb
0.5g/ 0.001 lb
227x337 / 9’x13-1/4’
30kg/ 66lb
1g/ 0.002 lb
227x337 / 9’x13-1/4’
50kg/ 110lb
2g/ 0.005 lb
227x337 / 9’x13-1/4’
4.2kg / 5.1kg
Standard carton: 39 × 39 ×15.5 (cm3)
2Units in one box: 40×40×35 (cm3)
Operating Temp.
Power source
0-40℃(32-104℉)
Recharge Batteries or AC/DC
Adapter 10~12V/500mA (optional)
FEATURES
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Auto zero tracking
Low batter indication
Large LCD
Large square pan
Stability indication
● Auto calibration
● Auto backlight
● Unit exchange: kg, lb
● Counting function
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