F600 WEIGHING INDICATOR

F600 WEIGHING INDICATOR
F600
WEIGHING INDICATOR
OPERATION MANUAL
27 May 2009
Rev. 1.06
Cautions and Requests for Use
Cautions and Requests for Use
* Do not disassemble the main body for modifications or repair.
* Be sure to use crimp contacts for connection to terminal blocks, and do not to
connect bare wires as they are.
* Be sure to ground the protective ground terminal.
* Be sure to disconnect the power cable when performing the following.
• Attachment/detachment of connectors of options.
• Wiring/connection of cables to terminal blocks.
• Connection of the ground line.
* Use shielded cables for the connection of Load cell, External input and output,
RS232, or options,.
* Carefully check wiring, etc. before applying power.
* Take an interval of more than 5 seconds when repeating ON/OFF.
* Take adequate shielding measures when using at the following locations.
• Near a power line.
• Where a strong electric field or magnetic field is formed.
• Where static electricity, relay noise or the like is generated.
* Do not install in the following environments.
• Places exposed to direct sunlight.
• Where the temperature and/or humidity exceeds the range in the
specifications.
• Places containing corrosive gas or flammable gas.
• Places with large quantities of dust, salt or iron powder.
• Where the product may be splashed with water, oil or chemicals.
• Where the main body is directly affected by vibration or shock.
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
● Indications for safe use and their meanings
In this manual, precautions for using the F600 digital indicator safely are indicated as
follows. Be sure to follow the precautions given here because they are important
descriptions relating to safety.
Indications and their meanings are as follows:
WARNING
Misuse may cause the risk of death or serious
NOTICE
Misuse may cause the risk of injury to persons or
injury to persons.
damage to property.
● Explanation of pictographs
The △ means a caution (or warning).
A specific description is written in the △ .
The illustration on the left-hand side shows "Caution: May explode".
The △ means a caution (or warning).
A specific description is written in the △ .
The illustration on the left-hand side shows a general caution.
Safety Precautions
● About the built-in lithium battery
WARNING
Never disassemble, deform under pressure or throw the battery
into fire.The battery may explode, catch fire or leak.
- Battery
Model: CR2477-1HF made by Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd.
Nominal voltage: 3V
Nominal electric capacity: 1000mAh
● About the signal I/O terminal block
NOTICE
For connection to the signal I/O terminal block, wire correctly after
checking the signal names and terminal block numbers.
Also, turn off the power of the main body before connection/wiring to the
signal I/O terminal block.
Safety Precautions
CONTENTS
1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION 1
1-1.Front Panel 1
1-1-1.Touch panel display 1
1-1-2.Operating keys 2
1-1-3.Inhibition of key operation (LOCK state) 3
1-1-4.Power lamp 3
1-2.Rear Panel 4
1-2-1.About the input / output terminal block 4
1-2-2.Input / output terminal block (OTB-755N-M-8P-5512) 4
1-2-3.Connector input / output (FCN-365P024-AU)
(Adaptable jack: FCN-361J024-AU or equivalent) 5
1-2-4.AC power source input terminal block 10
1-2-5.Frame ground (functional ground) 10
1-2-6.Optional Slot 10
2.SETTING MODE CONFIGURATION 11
2-1.T600 Screen Configuration 11
2-2.About a Setting Call 12
2-3.Setting Modes Tree 13
3.CONNECTION 15
3-1.Loadcell Connection 15
3-2.Connecting Loadcells In Parallel 16
3-3.SI/F Connection 17
3-4.External I/O Connection 18
3-4-1.External output connection 18
3-4-2.External input connection 19
3-4-3.Connection of the RS-485 and D/A converter options 20
4.CALIBRATION 21
4-1.Equivalent Input Calibration Procedure 22
CONTENTS
4-2.Span Calibration Procedure 23
4-3.Calibration Setting 24
4-3-1.Calibration value LOCK 24
4-3-2.Minimum scale division(can be omitted if there is no change.) 25
4-3-3.Decimal place 26
4-3-4.Zero calibration 27
4-3-5.Equivalent input calibration 28
4-3-6.Span calibration 30
4-4.Net Over / Gross Over 31
4-5.Unit Setting 32
4-6.Tare Subtraction 33
4-7.Digital Zero 34
4-7-1.DZ regulation value 34
5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS 35
5-1.Each Code 35
5-1-1.For high/low limit comparison
(when “hi-lo comp” is selected by comp mode sel.) 35
5-1-2.For final discharge – overweight / underweight comparison
(when “dis.-o/u” is selected by comp mode sel.) 36
5-1-3.For final discharge – high/low limit comparison
(when “dis.-h/l” is selected by comp mode sel.) 37
5-2.Comparison Setting 38
5-2-1.Comparison setting 38
5-2-2.Comparison inhibiting time / judging time / completion output time 39
5-2-3.Availability of fall compensation / fall compensating coefficient /
average count of fall compensation 40
5-2-4.Discharge control mode 42
5-2-5.Completion signal output mode 42
5-2-6.Overweight / underweight comparison mode 43
5-2-7.High/low limit comparison selection 44
5-2-8.Near zero comparison selection / preset near zero value 44
5-2-9.Tare setting selection / preset tare value 45
5-3.Operation Setting 46
5-3-1.Digital filter 46
5-3-2.Analog filter 46
5-3-3.Motion detect period / motion detect range 47
5-3-4.Display frequency 48
5-3-5.Zero tracking period / zero tracking range 49
CONTENTS
5-3-6.Contrast adjustment 50
5-3-7.Backlight lighting time 50
5-3-8.Display table selection 51
5-3-9.High/low limit output selection 52
5-3-10.LOCK1 / LOCK2 53
5-4.Graph Setting 54
5-4-1.Graphic mode 55
5-4-2.Trigger level 56
5-4-3.X (time)-axis end point 56
5-4-4.Y (load)-axis start point 56
5-4-5.Y (load)-axis end point 57
5-4-6.Drawing weight selection 57
5-5.Sequence Setting 58
5-5-1.Control mode 58
5-5-2.Adjust feeding / adjust feeding time 58
5-5-3.Near zero confirmation at start time 59
5-5-4.Weight confirmation at start time 59
5-5-5.AZ times 60
5-5-6.Judging times 60
6.TIMING CHART 61
6-1.Feed Weighing (In The Simple Comparison Mode) 61
6-2.Discharge Weighing (In The Simple Comparison Mode) 63
6-3.Sequence Control 65
6-3-1.Normal sequence 65
6-3-2.Sequence when the adjust feeding is ON 67
6-3-3.Sequence with no judgment 68
6-3-4.About the stop signal 68
6-3-5.Relationship between AZ times, judging times, and automatic fall
compensation 69
7.AUTOMATIC PRINT 70
7-1.In High/low Limit Comparison 70
7-2.In The Discharge Mode; Simple Comparison Mode 70
7-3.In The Discharge Mode; Sequence Mode 70
CONTENTS
8.BCD DATA OUTPUT (OPTION) 71
8-1.Connector Pin Assignment 72
8-2.Equivalent Circuit 73
8-3.Signal Input 74
8-4.Signal Output Timing 74
8-5.BCD Data Output Setting 75
8-5-1.Data output rate 75
8-5-2.Output weight 75
9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION) 76
9-1.Communication Specifications 76
9-1-1.Specifications 76
9-1-2.Connector pin assignment 77
9-1-3.Cable 77
9-2.RS-232C Interface Setting 78
9-2-1.Communication mode 78
9-2-2.Baud rate 78
9-2-3.Character length 78
9-2-4.Parity bit 79
9-2-5.Stop bit 79
9-2-6.Terminator 79
9-3.Communication Mode 79
9-4.Communication Format 80
9-4-1.Handshake 80
9-4-2.Continuous transmission / transmission at print-time 90
10.D/A CONVERTER (OPTION) 92
10-1.D/A Converter Setting 94
10-1-1.D/A output mode 94
10-1-2.Current zero output / voltage zero output 94
10-1-3.Current full scale / voltage full scale 94
CONTENTS
11.RS-485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE (OPTION) 96
11-1.Communication Specifications 96
11-1-1.RS-485 connection 96
11-2.Communication Method 99
11-3.RS-485 Interface Setting 99
11-3-1.Communication mode 99
11-3-2.Baud rate 99
11-3-3.Character length 100
11-3-4.Parity bit 100
11-3-5.Stop bit 100
11-3-6.Terminator 100
11-3-7.ID 101
11-3-8.Terminal resistor 101
11-3-9.Wire selection 101
12.DC POWER SOURCE 102
13.ERROR MESSAGE 103
14.SELF-CHECK 106
14-1.Self-check DSP 106
14-2.Self-check MEM 106
14-3.Self-check KEY 107
14-4.Self-check EXT 107
15.OTHER SETTINGS 108
15-1.All Parameter Clear 108
15-2.Password 108
15-3.Language 108
CONTENTS
16.BLOCK DIAGRAM 109
17.DIMENSIONS 110
18.INSTALLATION IN A PANEL 111
19.PARAMETER LIST 112
19-1.Main Menu 112
19-2.Parameter List (Initial Values and LOCK) 112
19-3.Parameter List (Alternatives ........................... & Setting Range) 117
20.SPECIFICATIONS 123
20-1.Analog Section 123
20-2.Display Section 123
20-3.Setting section 125
20-4.Option 125
20-5.External Input / Output 126
20-6.General Performance 128
20-7.External Input Connector 129
1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
1. APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
1-1. Front Panel
TAKEMOTO
Touch Panel
Display
T600
F370
Power Lamp
WEIGHING
INDICATOR
DIGITAL
INDICATOR
1-1-1. Touch panel display
This is the touch panel display for displaying an indicated value and graph set value and
for setting various setting items of the T600. During measurement, a comparison display,
hold display and graph display can be selected according to the function in use.
Weight Display
Graph Display
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
1-1-2. Operating keys
For weight display
[DIS.] .................................Shows that the comparison mode is discharge.
Touch results in graph display.
[H,L COMP]......................Shows that the comparison mode is high/low limit
comparison. Touch results in graph display.
[GROSS]...........................Shows that the gross weight display is on. Touch results
in net display.
[DZ]....................................Touch takes a digital zero. Continually pressing resets the
digital zero. (Valid only when the gross weight is displayed.)
[NET] .................................Shows that the net display is on. Touch results in gross
weight display.
[TAR. ON] .........................Touch results in tare subtraction. Continually pressing resets
the tare subtraction. (Valid only when the net is displayed.)
[MODE] .............................Touch results in setting mode.
[Each Parameter Key] ....Touch results in each parameter setting screen.
(Varies with modes.)
For graph display
[GRAPH] ...........................Shows that the graph display is on.
Touch results in weight display.
[MODE] .............................Touch results in setting mode.
[X].......................................Touch results in the "X (time)-axis end point" setting screen.
[Y].......................................Touch results in the "Y (load)-axis end point" setting screen.
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
[CURSOR]........................Touch while no graph is drawn raises the cursor,
and the weight value at the point of intersection with the
cursor is displayed at the top of the screen.Touch again
invalidates the cursor, and the present weight is displayed.
Invalid while a graph is drawn.
[ > ] ................................... Moves the cursor to the right.
[ < ] ................................... Moves the cursor to the left.
[START] ............................ Touch starts drawing (while no graph is drawn).
[STOP] .............................. Touch stops drawing (while a graph is drawn).
1-1-3. Inhibition of key operation (LOCK state)
TAKEMOTO
T600
F370
WEIGHING
INDICATOR
DIGITAL
INDICATOR
Touch the shaded areas in the illustration displays the message "LOCK IS ON" to bring
about a LOCK state.
In the LOCK state, all key inputs are inhibited.
For canceling the state, perform the same operation.
The LOCK state is held even if the power is turned off.
1-1-4. Power lamp
The lamp lights when the power of the T600 is on.
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
1-2. Rear Panel
Signal I/O terminal
block
For fixation screw
AC power source
input terminal block
No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
No.5
No.6
No.7
Frame ground
No.8
For fixation screw
Optional slot
1-2-1. About the input / output terminal block
The terminal block is numbered 1, 2, ... 8 from the top. Be aware that the screws at the
top and bottom ends are for fixing.
1-2-2. Input / output terminal block (OTB-755N-M-8P-5512)
Pin assignments
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Pin No.
Signal line name
1
SI/F
2
SI/F
3
+EXC
4
+S
5
-S
6
-EXC
7
+SIG
8
-SIG
1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
Input / output terminal block
SI/F
Two-wire serial interface to connect a UNIPULSEmanufactured printer/external indicator.
+/-EXC
Terminal to supply power to loadcell(s).
+/-S
Terminal to input remote voltage from loadcell(s).
+/-SIG
Terminal to input signals from loadcell(s).
For SI/F connection, see "SI/F Connection" on page 17 .
For loadcell connection, see "Loadcell Connection" on page 15 .
1-2-3. Connector input / output (FCN-365P024-AU)
(Adaptable jack: FCN-361J024-AU or equivalent)
A1
COM
B1
COM
A2
HH/SP1
B2
CODE0
A3
HI/OVER
B3
CODE1
A4
GO/SP2
B4
CODE2
A5
LO/UNDER
B5
G/N
A6
LL/SP3
B6
DZ
A7
END
B7
TARE ON
A8
NZ
B8
TARE OFF
A9
STAB
B9
HOLD/JUDGE
A10
ERR
B10
F/D
A11
IND
B11
START
B12
STOP
A12
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
Connector input / output
[ Input signals ]
COM
Internally continuous common terminal.(A1,B1)
CODE0 to CODE2
Inputs for external selection of codes.
G/N
Display is switched between NET at the OFF edge and
GROSS at the ON edge.
DZ
Digital zero is taken at the ON edge.
TARE ON
Tare subtraction is performed at the ON edge.
TARE OFF
The tare is reset at the ON edge.
HOLD/JUDGE
Switching is carried out between hold input and
judgment input by setting.
F/D
Switching is carried out between feeding Control and
discharge Control by setting.
START
Start input in the sequence mode.
STOP
Stop input in the sequence mode.
[ Output signals ]
HH/SP1
Hi-hi limit or SP1
Varies with
comparison
modes.
HI/OVER
High limit or overweight
GO/SP2
Proper weight or SP2
LO/UNDER
Low limit or underweight
LL/SP3
Lo-lo limit or SP3
END
Complete
NZ
Near zero output
STAB
Stable
ERR
Weight error or sequence error
IND
On when the net weight display,
OFF when the gross weight display
[ About CODE 0 to CODE 2 ]
Input signals to specify codes for weighing externally. 6
CODE2
CODE1
CODE0
Selected CODE
Open
Open
Open
0
Open
Open
Shorted
1
Open
Shorted
Open
2
Open
Shorted
Shorted
3
Shorted
Open
Open
4
Shorted
Open
Shorted
5
Shorted
Shorted
Open
6
Shorted
Shorted
Shorted
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
External input signals
(1) Gross/net switching <edge input> (B5)
The weight value of the main unit and indicator is switched.
The ON edge (OFF → ON) of the external input will result in gross display (GROSS).
The OFF edge (ON → OFF) of the external input will result in net display (NET).
・For gross display
・For net display
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
(2) Digital zero <edge input> (B6)
The ON edge (OFF → ON) of the external input will zero the gross weight.
However, the range that can be zeroed is within the DZ regulation value. Out of this
range, zero will not result, but “ZALM” will light.
OFF
ON
Pulse width: 50msec or more.
(3) Tare subtraction <edge input> (B7)
The ON edge (OFF → ON) of the external input will result in immediate tare subtraction
to zero the net weight.
OFF
ON
Pulse width: 50msec or more.
(4) Tare subtraction reset <edge input) (B8)
The ON edge (OFF → ON) of the external input will reset the above tare subtraction.
However, the tare setting is not cancelled.
OFF
ON
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
(5) Hold <level input> (B9)
As long as the external input is ON, the weight value and comparison are held.
* “HOLD” lights during holding.
OFF
ON
Hold
Indeterminate interval
(within 50msec)
* This input terminal can be set to judgment input.
It cannot be used for holding in the sequence mode and when over/under comparison is
made by external judgment.
(6) Judgment <level input> (B9)
This is valid when over/under comparison is set to external judgment input.(See page 43.)
OFF
ON
Judgment ON
Indeterminate interval
(within 50msec)
* This input terminal can be set to HOLD.
(7) Charge/discharge <level input> (B10)
This is valid when charge/discharge selection is external.
OFF will result in charge control, and ON will result in discharge control. (See page 42.)
OFF
ON
Charge control
Discharge control
Indeterminate interval
(within 50msec)
(8) Start <edge input>
(9) Stop <edge input, level input>
8
These are valid when
the control is in the
sequence mode.
(See page 68.)
1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
External output signal
(1) HH/SP1 (comparison output) (A2)
(2) HI/OVER (comparison output) (A3)
(3) GO/SP2 (comparison output) (A4)
Varies depending on the
comparison mode.
(See page 35.)
(4) LO/UNDER (comparison output) (A5)
(5) LL/SP3 (comparison output) (A6)
(6) END (completion) (A7)
This indicates measurement completion output, which is valid only in the “carving-out”
mode.
(7) NZ (near zero) (A8)
This is near zero comparison output. (See page 44.)
(8) STAB (stable) (A9)
This turns ON when a stable.(See page 47.)
(9) ERR (weight error or sequence error) (A10)
This turns ON when a weight error or sequence error occurs.
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
1-2-4. AC power source input terminal block
Connect the AC power cord. The input voltage is 100V to 240V AC, and the frequency
is 50/60Hz.
1-2-5. Frame ground (functional ground)
This is a ground terminal block. Be sure to ground the F.G. terminal to prevent electric
shocks and failures due to static electricity.
1-2-6. Optional Slot
Any one of the following optional boards can be mounted.
• BCD data output
• RS-232C communication interface
• RS-485 communication interface
• D/A converter
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2.SETTING MODE CONFIGURATION
2. SETTING MODE CONFIGURATION
2-1. T600 Screen Configuration
[Ordinary display screen]
Set value entry from
the ordinary display screen
MODE
BACK
[Mode setting screen]
EACH CODE
Mode Keys
ESC
ESC
[Each code setting screen]
[Set value selection screen]
BACK
BACK
Each item
ESC
Setting keys
ESC
[Set value entry screen]
BACK
With the NEXT key on the set value entry screen, the next set value entry screen appears.
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2.SETTING MODE CONFIGURATION
2-2. About a Setting Call
In this manual, a setting function call is described as follows.
Calibration Protection
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPERATION ]
→ [ LOCK2 ]
↑
↑
Mode
Setting Call
This call can be made by the following procedure.
1) Press the MODE button on the ordinary display screen.
Setting call
2) The mode setting screen appears. Select the mode.
Operation setting
Can be changed
by the PAGE
button.
Modes are as follows:
・EACH CODE
・COMPARISON
・OPERATION
・GRAPH
・OPTION
・SYSTEM
・CALIBRATION
・SEQUENCE MODE
3) The setting function setting screen appears. Select the function.
Page 1
Page 2
PAGE
Page 3
PAGE
PAGE
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2.SETTING MODE CONFIGURATION
2-3. Setting Modes Tree
Ordinary display screen
Mode setting screen
EACH CODE
* When “HI-LO COMP” is
selected by COMP MODE SEL.
PAGE1
COMPARISON
OPERATION
PAGE1
PAGE1
COMP MODE SEL. (P38)
GRAPH
PAGE1
DIGITAL FILTER
(P46)
GRAPHIC MODE
HH
(P35)
COMP INH. TIME (P39)
ANALOG FILTER
(P46)
TRIGGER LEVEL (P56)
HI
(P35)
JUDGING TIME
(P39)
MD(PERIOD)
(P47)
X END POINT
(P56)
LO
(P35)
COMPLETE OUT T.(P39)
MD(RANGE)
(P47)
Y START POINT
(P56)
LL
(P35)
AFFC
DISPLAY FREQ.
(P48)
Y END POINT
(P57)
(P40)
(P55)
EACH CODE
PAGE2
PAGE2
CPS. COEFFICIENT (P40)
ZT(PERIOD)
(P49)
AVG. CNT OF AFFC (P40)
ZT(RANGE)
(P49)
(P36)
DIS. CONTROL MODE(P42)
CONTRAST1
(P50)
SP1
(P36)
COMPLETE SIG. OUT(P42)
CONTRAST2
(P50)
SP2
(P36)
OVER/UNDER COMP.(P43)
BACK LIGHT
(P50)
CPS
(P36)
PAGE3
PAGE3
HI/LO COMP. SEL (P44)
DISPLAY SELECT (P51)
NEAR ZERO COMP. (P44)
HI/LO OUT SEL
(P52)
PRESET TARE WGT.1(P45)
LOCK1
(P53)
NEAR ZERO
LOCK2
(P53)
* When “DIS.-O/U” is
selected by COMP MODE SEL.
PAGE1
FINAL
PAGE2
AFFC
(P36)
OVER
(P36)
UNDER
(P36)
EACH CODE
(P44)
PAGE2
DRAWING WEIGHT (P57)
PRESET TARE WGT.2(P45)
* When “DIS.-H/L” is selected
by COMP MODE SEL.
PAGE1
FINAL
(P37)
SP1
(P37)
SP2
(P37)
CPS
(P37)
PAGE2
AFFC
(P37)
HI
(P37)
LO
(P37)
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2.SETTING MODE CONFIGURATION
OPTION
SYSTEM
CALIBRATION
SEQUENCE MODE
PAGE1
A setting function changes
PAGE1
PAGE1
by the option.
ALL PARA CLEAR (P108)
ZERO CAL.
(P27)
SEQUENCE MODE(P58)
SELFCHECK DSP (P106)
SPAN CAL.
(P30)
ADJUST FEEDING (P58)
DELFCHECK MEM (P106)
EQUIV. CAL.
(P28)
AT START NZ CONF. (P59)
SELFCHECK KEY (P107)
BALANCE WGT VALUE
SELFCHECK EXT (P107)
(P29)
MIN. SCALE DIV
PAGE2
(P108)
ADJ. FEEDING TIME (P58)
(P25)
PAGE2
PAGE2
PASSWORD
AT START WV CONF. (P59)
NET OVER
(P31)
AZ TIMES
(P60)
LANGUAGE( 言語 )
GROSS OVER
(P31)
JUDGING TIMES
(P60)
(P108)
UNIT DISPLAY
(P32)
DECIMAL PLACE
(P26)
DZ REGULATION VAL (P34)
BCD OUTPUT
RS232C
PAGE1
PAGE1
DATA UPDATE RATE
COMM. MODE
(P75)
OUTPUT WEIGHT (P75)
D/A OUTPUT
RS485
PAGE1
PAGE1
(P78)
D/A OUTPUT MODE (P94)
COMM. MODE
BAUD RATE
(P78)
CUR. ZERO OUTPUT(P94)
BAUD RATE
(P99)
LENGTH
(P78)
VOL. ZERO OUTPUT(P94)
LENGTH
(P100)
PARITY BIT
(P79)
CUR. FULLSCA. OUT (P94)
PARITY BIT
(P100)
STOP BIT
(P79)
VOL. FULLSCA. OUT (P94)
STOP BIT
(P100)
PAGE2
TERMINATOR
(P99)
PAGE2
(P79)
TERMINATOR
(P100)
ID
(P101)
TERMINAL RESISTOR
(P101)
WIRE SELECT
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(P101)
3.CONNECTION
3. CONNECTION
3-1. Loadcell Connection
The voltage application of this equipment is 10V, and the maximum current is 120mA,
to which up to four 350Ωloadcells can be connected in parallel.
6-wire connection
The loadcell input of the T600 is a 6-wire (remote sense) connection. 6-wire shielded
loadcell cable should be used and kept separate from AC or other noise generating wire.
Loadcell
3
+EXC
4
+IN
+S
5
-S
6
-OUT
+OUT
-EXC
7
+SIG
8
-SIG
FG
-IN
Remote sense lines are used to detect and correct variations in excitation voltage over
long cable runs.
4-wire connection
Connect 3 and 4, and 5 and 6 as shown below. Be sure to connect 4 and 5 on the terminal
block because if the four-wire type is used when 4 and 5 are open, apparent normal
operation is performed, but large errors are made in actuality.
Loadcell
3
4
+IN
5
6
+OUT
-OUT
7
8
+EXC
+S
-S
-EXC
+SIG
-SIG
FG
-IN
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3.CONNECTION
3-2. Connecting Loadcells In Parallel
Some industrial applications require several loadcells connected in parallel (e.g., tank or
flow scales).A summing junction box should be used to facilitate connection and corner
correction.
+EX
-SIG
R
‘n’ (number) loadcells connected in parallel
-EX
+SIG
are considered one unit whose capacity is
R
‘n’ x rated capacity of loadcells (loadcells
must have the same capacity, bridge
resistance, and mV/V).
R
The averaging resistor (R) must be in same
relative ratios with a low
R
temperature
coefficient.
Averaging resistors are not needed if loadR
cells were designed for parallel connection.
R
A
R
B
C
R
D
E
D
E
+EX
-SIG
-EX
+SIG
SHILD
+S
-S
Notice
When connecting several loadcells in parallel, loadcell capacity should be higher than
expected load to compensate for mechanical shock or eccentric loading.
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3.CONNECTION
3-3. SI/F Connection
The 2-wire serial interface has connective ability for coupling the printer, external
display, etc.
The interface is nonpolarized and up to three external instruments may be connected.
A two-core parallel cable or a cabtyre cable may be used for connection.
T600
B11
SI/F
B10
Printer
Display
Converter
← Inside Outside →
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3.CONNECTION
3-4. External I/O Connection
3-4-1. External output connection
The external output circuit is operated through an open collector. A3 COM1 is the
common terminal. The open collector output capacity is 50mA and the withstand voltage
is up to 30V.
• Equivalent circuit
T600 Inside
Vext
Spark Killer
Load
Relay
A3
COM1
DC
Power
Supply
Varistor
Spark Killer
Load
AC
Power
Supply
• Output Transistor Status
Output Data
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Tr
0
OFF
1
ON
Supply an external power source for a relay drive
power source (Vext).
3.CONNECTION
3-4-2. External input connection
A signal is inputted to the signal input circuit by short-circuiting or opening the input
terminal and the COM2 terminal. Short-circuiting is effected by means of a contact (such
as a relay or a switch) or a noncontact (such as a transistor or an open-collector TTL).
+5V
Open → OFF
Short → ON
T600 Inside
Push
Switch
Torque
Switch
TTL Open
Collector
Relay
IN
IN
A6
COM2
• The external element is required to withstand Ic=10mA.
• Leakage from the external element is required to be
100μA or below.
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3.CONNECTION
3-4-3. Connection of the RS-485 and D/A converter options
The terminal block for the RS-485 and D/A converter options is the cage clamp type.
Connect according to the following procedures.
As for wire materials, use parallel 2-core cables, cabtyre cables, or the like.
Connect to the cage clamp type terminal block by using the attached miniscrewdriver.
1.Strip the casing 0.2in (6mm) on the cable to be connected.
Twist the bare wire to fit the terminal hole.
5 ~ 6mm
2.Insert the supplied screwdriver into the upper hole and lift upward.
3.Insert the twisted wires into the lower hole.
4.Pull the screwdriver out from the upper hole.
5.Make sure cable is clamped securely and does not come out with a slight tug.
Notice
・Cable can be from 24 to 14AWG (0.2 to 2.5mm2)
・It is not necessary to solder the cable wires or to fix a solderless terminal.
・If several cables to be inserted to the same hole,twist those cable wires
together and insert.
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4.CALIBRATION
4. CALIBRATION
Calibration is performed for matching the T600 to a loadcell. The following two types of
calibration are available for the T600.
◇ Equivalent input calibration
Calibration is performed without an actual load by entering the rated output value
(mV/V) and the capacity (to be indicated) of the strain-gage sensor by the keys.
Calibration is easily performed when no actual load is available.
For example, the gain is automatically determined by entering:
2.001mV/V (rated output) – 100.0kg (capacity)
as indicated for a load.
T600
TAKEMOTO
Loadcell
T600
F370
WEIGHING
INDICATOR
DIGITAL
INDICATOR
Rated output value (mV/V)
+
Indicated value
A data sheet is attached to a loadcell at the time of purchase.
The data sheet provides data including:
capacity ................load (in kg, t, etc.)
rated output...........voltage (in mV/V)
non-linearity, hysteresis,input resistance,output resistance and zero
balance.
Enter the capacity and the rated output value required for equivalent
input calibration into the T600.
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4.CALIBRATION
◇ Actual load calibration
Apply an actual load to the loadcell and enter the actual load value by the keys for
calibration. Calibration is accurately performed with reductions in errors.
T600
Actual
load
TAKEMOTO
Loadcell
T600
F370
WEIGHING
INDICATOR
DIGITAL
INDICATOR
Indicated value
4-1. Equivalent Input Calibration Procedure
Follow the steps below to perform equivalent input calibration.
Lock2 Release
Release the calibration protection.
Minimum Scale
Division
Enter the minimum value of digital increments.
Decimal Place
(Can be omitted if there is no change.)
Determine the decimal point place of the indicated value.
(Can be omitted if there is no change.)
Zero Calibration
Equivalent Input
Calibration
Calibration Protection
Set the zero point of the loadcell in no-load condition
(with the loadcell unloaded).
Register the rated output value and capacity of the
loadcell.
Turn on the calibration protection for preventing
misoperation.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-2. Span Calibration Procedure
Follow the steps below to perform span calibration.
Lock2 Release
Minimum Scale
Division
Decimal Place
Zero Calibration
Release the calibration protection.
Enter the minimum value of digital increments.
(Can be omitted if there is no change.)
Determine the decimal point place of the indicated value.
(Can be omitted if there is no change.)
Set the zero point of the loadcell in no-load condition
(with the loadcell unloaded).
Enter the span (gain) point of the loadcell with a load applied
Span Calibration
Calibration Protection
to the loadcell.
Turn on the calibration protection for preventing
misoperation.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-3. Calibration Setting
4-3-1. Calibration value LOCK
Set values relating to calibration are locked so as not to be changed by misoperation.
Cancel the lock before performing calibration.
Alternatives : [ OFF ] [ ON ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ LOCK2 ]
Page 3
1) Press the MODE button.
2) Press the OPERATION button.
3) Press the PAGE button to select the page twice and press the LOCK2 button.
2 Times
4) Press the OFF button, and when the setting becomes OFF, press the OK button for
determination.
②
①
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4.CALIBRATION
4-3-2. Minimum scale division(can be omitted if there is no change.)
Set the minimum scale division of the indicated value.
Setting range : 001 to 100
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ] → [ MIN. SCALE DIV. ]
Page 1
1) Press the MODE button.
2) Press the PAGE button to select the page, and press the CALIBRATION button.
3) Press the MIN. SCALE DIV. button.
4) Enter the minimum scale division by the numerical keys and determine with the OK
button.
②
Setting range
001 to 100
①
①
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4.CALIBRATION
4-3-3. Decimal place
Set the decimal point place of the indicated value. Selection can be made from the
following.
Alternatives : [ NONE ] [ 0.0 ] [ 0.00 ] [ 0.000 ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ] → [ DECIMAL PLACE ]
Page 2
1) Press the MODE button.
2) Press the PAGE button to select the page, and press the CALIBRATION button.
3) Press the PAGE button to select the page, and press the DECIMAL PLACE button.
4) Select the decimal place and determine with the OK button.
②
①①
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4.CALIBRATION
4-3-4. Zero calibration
Set the zero point in no-load condition.
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ] → [ ZERO CAL. ]
Page 1
1) Press the MODE button.
2) Press the PAGE button to select the page, and press the CALIBRATION button.
3) Press the ZERO CAL. button.
4) Press OK button after confirming no-load was applied to the sensor.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-3-5. Equivalent input calibration
Set the rated output value and reading of the sensor.
Rated output value :
0.000 to 3.000mV/V
Rated value :
00000 to 99999
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ]
→ [ EQUIV. CAL. ]
Page 1
1) Press the MODE button.
2) Press the PAGE button to select the page, and press the CALIBRATION button.
3) Press the EQUIV.CAL. button.
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4.CALIBRATION
4) Enter the rated output of the sensor by the numerical keys and determine with the OK
button. The decimal point is fixed.
②
①
①
5) Enter the rated value by the numerical keys and determine with the OK button.
②
①
①
About the [BALANCE WGT VALUE] setting
For performing calibration, weight value input can be omitted by setting
a weight value to [BALANCE WGT VALUE] beforehand. [BALANCE
WGT VALUE] is ganged with the weight value inputs of [SPAN CAL.]
and [EQUIV. CAL.]
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4.CALIBRATION
4-3-6. Span calibration
Set the actual load value under an actual load.
Setting range : 0 to 99999 (The decimal point is selectable.)
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ] → [ SPAN CAL. ]
Page 1
1) Press the MODE button.
2) Press the PAGE button to select the page, and press the CALIBRATION button.
3) Press the SPAN CAL. button.
4) Apply an actual load to the sensor, enter the actual load value by the numerical keys
and determine with the OK button.
②
①
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4.CALIBRATION
4-4. Net Over / Gross Over
When the net weight value or gross weight value exceeds a fixed regulation, an alarm is
given by this function.
NET OVER :
00000 to 99999
GROSS OVER :
00000 to 99999
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ] → [ NET OVER ]
Page 2
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ] → [ GROSS OVER]
Page 2
The alarm is given when the following conditions are met.
Conditional expression
Display
NET OVER
Net weight > “NET OVER” set value
NET OVER
GROSS OVER
Gross weight > “GROSS OVER” set value
GROSS OVER
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4.CALIBRATION
4-5. Unit Setting
Set the unit of the load to be displayed.
The display value (calibration value) is not affected by changing the unit.
Alternatives : [ NONE ] [ kg ] [ t ] [ g ] [ N ] [ lb ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ] → [ UNIT DISPLAY ]
Page 2
1) Press the MODE button.
2) Press the PAGE button to select the page, and press the CALIBRATION button.
3) Press the PAGE button to select the page, and press the UNIT DISPLAY button.
4) Select the unit and determine with the OK button.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-6. Tare Subtraction
The net weight is zeroed by this function. The gross weight value is not changed by this
operation.
How to set
[ TAR. ON ]
In a net display state, press the [TAR. ON] button.
For canceling the tare subtraction, perform the following operation.
Tare subtraction reset ... Continue to press the [TAR. ON] button for several seconds.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-7. Digital Zero
The gross weight value is zeroed by this function.
[ DZ ]
In a gross display state, press the [DZ] button.
For canceling the digital zero, perform the following operation.
DZ reset ....................... Continue to press the [DZ] button for several seconds.
4-7-1. DZ regulation value
By setting the DZ regulation value, the alarm “ZALM” is displayed when operation is
performed with any gross weight value exceeding the range.
Setting range : 0000 to 9999
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ CALIBRATION ] → [ DZ REGULATION VAL]
Page 2
The displayed “ZALM” can be invalidated by the following method.
DZ reset ...................... Continue to press the [DZ] button for several seconds.
DZ re-execution .......... Perform digital zero again within the regulation value range.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5. HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-1. Each Code
The following are set values for high/low limit comparison and final discharge control.
Settings vary with comparison modes by COMPARISON.
The set code can be changed by using the
+ key and - key.
5-1-1. For high/low limit comparison
(when “hi-lo comp” is selected by comp mode sel.)
Setting item
Input range
[ HH ]
+/-00000 to +/-99999
[ HI ]
+/-00000 to +/-99999
[ LO ]
+/-00000 to +/-99999
[ LL ]
+/-00000 to +/-99999
How to set
[ MODE ]
→
[ EACH CODE ]
When the weight value > hi-hi limit, the status display “HH” lights, and the signal output
“HH/SP1” turns ON.
When the weight value > high limit, the status display “HI” lights, and the signal output
“HI/OVER” turns ON. (*1)
When the low limit < weight value < high limit, the status display “GO” lights, and the
signal output “GO/SP2” turns ON. (*1)
When the weight value < low limit, the status display “LO” lights, and the signal output
“LO/UNDER” turns ON. (*1)
When the weight value < lo-lo limit, the status display “LL” lights, and the signal output
“LL/SP3” turns ON.
Select the weight value from net or gross.
*1: Output when the high/low limit comparison output is in the “normal” mode.
For the “comparator” mode, see page 53.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-1-2. For final discharge – overweight / underweight comparison
(when “dis.-o/u” is selected by comp mode sel.)
Setting item
Input range
[ FINAL ]
00000 to 99999
[ SP1 ]
00000 to 99999
[ SP2 ]
00000 to 99999
[ CPS ]
0000 to 9999
[ AFFC ]
00000 to 99999
[ OVER ]
000 to
999
[ UNDER ]
000 to
999
How to set
[ MODE ]
→
[ EACH CODE ]
When the net ≧ final weight – SP1, the status display “SP1” lights, and the signal output
“HH/SP1” turns ON. (*)
When the net ≧ final weight – SP2, the status display “SP2” lights, and the signal output
“GO/SP2 turns ON. (*)
When the net ≧ final weight - CPS, the status display “SP3” lights, and the signal output
“LL/SP3” turns ON. (*)
When the net > final weight + overweight, the status display “over” lights, and the signal
output “HI/OVER” turns ON. (*)
When the net < final weight - underweight, the status display “under” lights, and the
signal output “LO/UNDER” turns ON. (*)
The fall regulation value “AFFC” relates to the automatic fall compensating function.
(*)… Output in the simple comparison mode. For the sequence mode, see page 66.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-1-3. For final discharge – high/low limit comparison
(when “dis.-h/l” is selected by comp mode sel.)
Setting item
Input range
[ FINAL ]
00000 to 99999
[ SP1 ]
00000 to 99999
[ SP2 ]
00000 to 99999
[ CPS ]
0000 to
9999
[ AFFC ]
00000 to 99999
[ HI ]
+/-00000 to +/-99999
[ LO ]
+/-00000 to +/-99999
How to set
[ MODE ]
→
[ EACH CODE ]
When the net ≧ final weight – SP1, the status display “SP1” lights, and the signal output
“HH/SP1” turns ON. (*)
When the net ≧ final weight – SP2, the status display “SP2” lights, and the signal output
“GO/SP2 turns ON. (*)
When the net ≧ final weight - CPS, the status display “SP3” lights, and the signal output
“LL/SP3” turns ON. (*)
When the weight value > high limit, the signal output “HI/OVER” turns ON.
When the weight value < low limit, the signal output “LO/UNDER” turns ON.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-2. Comparison Setting
5-2-1. Comparison setting
Valid in the discharge mode.
Select the comparison mode.
Alternatives : [ HI-LO COMP ] [ DIS.-O/U ] [ DIS.-H/L ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ COMP MODE SEL ]
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Explanation of each alternative
High/low limit comparison (HI-LO COMP)
..................... The net or gross weight is compared with the set values.
Final discharge – overweight/underweight comparison (DIS.-O/U)
..................... This function is for accurate discharge of the weight value. Overweight/
underweight judgment is made by comparing with the net weight.
Final discharge – high/low limit comparison (DIS.-H/L)
..................... This function is for accurate discharge of the weight value. Comparisons
are made with the net weight.
High/low limit comparisons are made with the net or gross weight.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-2-2. Comparison inhibiting time / judging time / completion output time
Valid in the discharge mode. Comparisons are not made for a fixed time by this function
to prevent inappropriate operation of control and judgment due to mechanical vibrations
related to opening and closing of valves. The length of the completion signal to be output
when weighing is completed can also be set.
COMP.INH.TIME
Setting range : 0.00 to 9.99 (sec)
JUDGING TIME
Setting range : 0.00 to 9.99 (sec)
COMPLETE OUT T. Setting range : 0.00 to 9.99 (sec)
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ COMP.INH.TIME ]
Page 1
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ JUDGING TIME ]
Page 1
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ COMPLETE OUT T. ]
Page 1
Final weight – CPS
Final weight –SP2
Judging timer
Final weight –SP1
Comparison inhibiting timer
0
NET
Overweight
Final weight
Final weight – CPS
Underweight
Final weight –SP2
Final weight –SP1
Near zero
0
Time
Stability
ON
Complete
(END)
ON
Completion time
Completion output time setting
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-2-3. Availability of fall compensation / fall compensating coefficient /
average count of fall compensation
Variations in fall, which is a major cause of errors in weighing, are automatically
compensated by this function for accurate weighing.
AFFC
Alternatives :
OFF ON
CPS.COEFFICIENT
Alternatives :
1/1 3/4 2/4 1/4
AVG.CNT OF AFFC
Setting range : 1 to 9 (times)
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ AFFC ]
Page 1
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ CPS.COEFFICIENT ]
Page 2
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ AVG.CNT OF AFFC ]
Page 2
Principle of automatic fall compensation
Differences (D) between the value set at the final weight and actually weighed value are
recorded by the predetermined number of times (preset number of times) (A) to calculate
a mean value, which is multiplied by the compensating coefficient (C), and the value is
added to or subtracted from the preset fall value.
Value to be added to or subtracted from the preset fall value.
(D1 + D2 + D3……DA)
A
×C
In order to minimize the errors, the values of D (D1, D2, D3, ... DA) can also be regulated.
Setting of automatic fall parameters
AFFC
Select whether or not to use the automatic fall
compensating function.
AFFC REGULATION VAL Set the regulation value to prevent the compensation value
from becoming extremely large (or small). (Each code)
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AVG.CNT OF AFFC
Set the number of times of recording the weighed value to
calculate a mean value.
CPS.COEFFICIENT
Set to prevent variations in compensation value through
multiplication by a coefficient of 1 or less.
5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
Example)
Final
20.000
Auto Free Fall Compensation Regulation
0.100
Average count of AFFC.
4
CPS coefficient
2/4
Times
Actual Weighing Error
Average count of AFFC.
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
20.050
20.040
20.070
+0.050
+0.040
+0.070
4
20.080
+0.080
4→0
+0.240/4 = 0.060
CPS
← Power ON
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.500
0.060×2/4 = 0.030 → CPS Value
5
6
7
20.020
20.000
20.010
+0.020
0.000
+0.010
1
2
3
0.530
0.530
0.530
8
20.110
(+0.110)
← ×3
0.530
9
20.010
+0.010
4→0
+0.040/4 = 0.010
0.530
0.010×2/4 = 0.005 → CPS Value
10
11
12
13
19.880
19.990
20.010
20.000
14
19.980
(-0.120)
-0.010
+0.010
0.000
← ×1
1
2
3
0.535
0.535
0.535
0.535
0.020
4→0
-0.020/4 = -0.005
0.535
-0.005×2/4 = -0.003 → CPS Value
0.532
Setting CPS coefficient
CPS coefficient can be selected from 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, or 1.
You can get more accurate CPS value by selecting 1 when each
weight value is approximate same in each measuring or by selecting
1/4 to 2/4 when each weight value fluctuates in each measuring.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-2-4. Discharge control mode
Valid in the discharge mode.
Select FEEDING or DISCHARGE.
By selecting EXTERNAL, switching is carried out between FEEDING and
DISCHARGE according to the level of the input terminal “F/D.”
OFF
F/D (B10)
ON
FEEDING
DISCHARGE
Indeterminate interval (within 50msec.)
Alternatives : [ FEEDING ] [ DISCHARGE ] [ EXTERNAL ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ DIS. CONTROL MODE ]
Page 2
5-2-5. Completion signal output mode
Valid in the discharge mode.
Select the method of outputting the completion signal.
Alternatives : [ JUDGING TIME ] [ JUD. or STABLE ] [ JUD. & STABLE ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ COMPLETE SIG. OUT ]
Page 2
Explanation of each alternative
JUDGING TIME.....The signal is ON only for the duration of the completion output
time after the judging time has elapsed.
JUD. or STABLE....The signal is ON only for the duration of the completion output
time after the weight value has become stable or the judging time
has elapsed.
JUD. & STABLE.....The signal is ON only for the duration of the completion output
time after the weight value has become stable and the judging time
has elapsed.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-2-6. Overweight / underweight comparison mode
Valid when “DIS.-O/U” is selected by COMP MODE SEL.
Select the method of overweight/underweight comparison.
Alternatives : [ REGULARLY ] [ COMP.SIG. ] [ EXT.IN ] [ COMP.SIG&H ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ OVER/UNDER COMP. ]
Page 2
Explanation of each alternative
REGULARLY .........Comparisons are made regularly.
COMP.SIG. .............Comparisons are made when the completion signal is ON.
EXT.IN .....................Comparisons are made when the external judgment input is ON.
COMP.SIG&H ........Comparisons are made when the completion signal is ON, and the
weight value is held.
* If [EXT.IN] is selected, comparisons are made according to the level of input terminal
“HOLD/JUDGE.”
OFF
HOLD/JUDGE(B9)
ON
Comparison inhibition
Comparison
Indeterminate interval (within 50msec.)
* In the sequence mode (page 61), this setting is ignored, but comparisons are made
when the completion signal is ON, and the weight value is held.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-2-7. High/low limit comparison selection
Valid when “HI-LO COMP” or “DIS.-H/L” is selected by COMP MODE SEL.
Select the weight value for hi-hi limit, high limit, low limit, and lo-lo limit comparisons.
By selecting [COMP OFF], all comparisons are turned OFF.
Alternatives : [ GROSS ] [ NET ] [ COMP OFF ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ COMPARISON ]
→ [ HI/LO COMP. SEL ]
Page 3
5-2-8. Near zero comparison selection / preset near zero value
Valid in all comparison modes.
After selecting the weight value for comparisons, if the weight value ≦ preset near zero
value, the status display “NZ” lights, and the “NZ” output turns ON.
By selecting [COMP OFF], the “NZ” output is turned OFF.
NEAR ZERO COMP. :
[ GROSS ] [ NET ] [ COMP OFF ] [ ABS GROSS ] [ ABS NET ]
NEAR ZERO :
00000 to 99999
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ COMPARISON ]
→ [ NEAR ZERO COMP. ]
Page 3
[ MODE ]
→ [ COMPARISON ]
→ [ NEAR ZERO ]
Page 3
NEAR ZERO COMP.
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Operation near zero
[GROSS]
ON when gross ≦ near zero setting
[NET]
ON when net ≦ near zero setting
[COMP OFF]
Always OFF
[ABS GROSS]
ON when | gross |≦ near zero setting
[ABS NET]
ON when | net |≦ near zero setting
5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-2-9. Tare setting selection / preset tare value
Valid in all comparison modes.
By turning [PRESET TARE WGT.1] ON, the net changes according to the following
expression:
Net = Gross – Preset tare value
(However, if tare subtraction is input, the net weight becomes 0.)
PRESET TARE WGT.1 : [ OFF ] [ ON ]
PRESET TARE WGT.2 : 00000 to 99999
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ PRESET TARE WGT.1 ]
Page 3
[ MODE ] → [ COMPARISON ] → [ PRESET TARE WGT.2 ]
Page 3
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-3. Operation Setting
5-3-1. Digital filter
The A/D-converted data is moved and averaged to suppress the instability of the
indicated value by this characteristic. The number of moving averages is selectable in the
range of 0 - 256. With an increasing number, the instability of the indicated value can be
suppressed, but the response to input deteriorates.
Alternatives : [ OFF ] [ 2 Times ] [ 4 Times ] [ 8 Times ] [ 16 Times ] [ 32 Times ] [ 64 Times ] [ 128 Times ]
[ 256 Times ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ DIGITAL FILTER ]
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* The items are scrolled by the △ or ▽ key. After selecting a desired item,
press the OK key for determination.
5-3-2. Analog filter
The input signal from the strain gauge sensor is filtered to cancel unnecessary noise
components by this low-pass filter.
The cutoff frequency is selectable in the range of 2Hz – 8Hz. With an increasing cutoff
frequency, the response accelerates, but noise components may also be displayed.
Alternatives : [ 2Hz ] [ 4Hz ] [ 6Hz ] [ 8Hz ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ ANALOG FILTER ]
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-3-3. Motion detect period / motion detect range
Set the parameter to detect stability.
When the width of change in weight value falls below the preset range × minimum scale
division, and the state continues for the preset time or more, the weight value is regarded
as stable, and the stable status turns ON.
MD (PERIOD) : 0.0 to 9.9 (sec)
MD (RANGE) : 00 to 99 (cnt)
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ MD (PERIOD) ]
PAGE 1
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ MD (RANGE) ]
PAGE 1
“D” in the following illustration and the range are compared at each time of A/D
conversion, and when the preset range × minimum scale division is exceeded, the stable
status is turned OFF.
“Stable” is displayed at the upper part of the unit display section.
The output signal “STAB” turns ON at stable-time.
* “D” is the difference between the present weight value
and the prior weight value 100ms.
D
Weight value
10ms
100mSec
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-3-4. Display frequency
Set the frequency of rewriting the display.
The frequency can be set in the range of 1 to 10 times/sec. The internal operation speed
does not change.
Setting range : 1 to 10 (times)
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ DISPLAY FREQ. ]
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-3-5. Zero tracking period / zero tracking range
Slow changes in zero point due to drifting are automatically tracked and compensated by
this function.
ZT (PERIOD) : 0.0 to 9.9 (sec)
ZT (RANGE) : 00 to 99 (cnt)
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ ZT (PERIOD) ]
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[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ]
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→ [ ZT (RANGE) ]
・Zero tracking automatically takes the zero point at the preset intervals when the
amount of movement of the zero point is less than the preset range × minimum scale
division.
・The period (tracking delay) can be set in the range of 0.1 to 9.9 sec., and the range
(tracking band) can be set in the range of 00 to 99. If the set value is 02, two scale
divisions will result. Also, if the period is set at 0.0 sec. and the range at 00, zero
tracking does not function.
Boundary of zero track
From the point when it returned within the range,
counting will be resumed.
+
+COUNT
0
-COUNT
BAND
-
DELAY
Indicated Value
DELAY
Band=count × minimum value of digital changes (minimum graduation) × 2
Notice
Since zero tracking should function from the zero point of gross, it does not function if the
indicated value has already exceeded the tracking band. Take the zero point again by
digital zero or zero calibration.
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-3-6. Contrast adjustment
Adjust the contrast of the touch panel display.
CONTRAST 1 :
CONTRAST 2 :
[ UP ] ←→ [ DOWN ]
[ PLUS ] ←→ [ MINUS ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ CONTRAST 1 ]
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[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ CONTRAST 2 ]
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Explanation of each alternative
[ CONTRAST 1 ]......... Adjust the brightness of the screen.
[ CONTRAST 2 ]......... Adjust the flickering and horizontal (crosstalk) on the screen.
5-3-7. Backlight lighting time
When no button is operated for the preset time (min), the backlight is turned OFF by this
function. The backlight is turned ON by panel touch.
This function does not work when 00 is set.
Setting range : 0 to 99 (min)
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ BACK LIGHT ]
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-3-8. Display table selection
Select the display of set values at the bottom of the weight display screen from three
combinations.
The combinations vary with comparison modes.
Alternatives :
[ F,SP1-3 ] [ F,SP3, H, L ] [ F,SP3,T,Z ]
(* When “DIS.-H/L” is selected)
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ DISPLAY SELECT ]
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Explanation of combination in each comparison mode
[ For high/low limit comparison (when “HI-LO COMP” is selected) ]
・HH,H,L,LL (hi-hi limit, high limit, low limit, lo-lo limit)
・H,L,T,Z
(high limit, low limit, preset tare, near zero)
・HH,LL,T,Z
(hi-hi limit, lo-lo limit, preset tare, near zero)
[ For final discharge – overweight/underweight comparison (when “DIS.-O/U” is
selected) ]
・F,SP1-3
(final weight, SP1, SP2, CPS)
・F,SP3,O,U
(final weight, CPS, overweight, underweight)
・F,SP3,T,Z
(final weight, CPS, preset tare, near zero)
[ For final discharge – high/low limit comparison (when “DIS.-H/L” is selected) ]
・F,SP1-3
(final weight, SP1, SP2, CPS)
・F,SP3,H,L
(final weight, CPS, high limit, low limit)
・F,SP3,T,Z
(final weight, CPS, preset tare, near zero)
Abbreviations
HH .... Hi-hi limit
H ....... High limit
L........ Low limit
LL ..... Lo-lo limit
T........ Preset tare
Z........ Near zero
O ....... Overweight U ....... Underweight F........ Final weight
SP1.... SP1
SP2.... SP2
SP3.... CPS
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-3-9. High/low limit output selection
Select the method of comparison output in the high/low limit comparison mode.
Alternatives : [ NORMAL ] [ COMPARATOR ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ]
→ [ HI/LO OUT SEL ]
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Explanation of each alternative
[NORMAL]
Signal name
Condition
ON when the preset hi-hi limit < weight value
ON when the preset high limit < weight value
ON when HH, HI, LO and LL are all OFF
ON when the weight value < preset low limit
ON when the weight value < preset lo-lo limit
HH
HI
GO
LO
LL
Preset lo-lo limit
Preset hi-hi limit
Preset low limit
LL
GO
LO
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Preset high limit
HH
HI
5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
[COMPARATOR]
Signal name
Condition
ON when the preset hi-hi limit < weight value
ON when the preset high limit < weight value ≦ preset hi-hi limit
ON when the preset low limit ≦ weight value ≦ preset high limit
ON when the preset lo-lo limit ≦ weight value < preset low limit
ON when the weight value < preset lo-lo limit
HH
HI
GO
LO
LL
Preset lo-lo limit
Preset hi-hi limit
Preset low limit
LL
Preset high limit
GO
LO
HH
HI
……This value is included.
……This value is not included.
5-3-10. LOCK1 / LOCK2
This function protects set values and calibration from being changed by mistake.
LOCK1 : [ OFF ] [ ON ]
LOCK2 : [ OFF ] [ ON ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ LOCK1 ]
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[ MODE ] → [ OPERATION ] → [ LOCK2 ]
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-4. Graph Setting
Indicated value display
(The cursor point value is displayed when the cursor is ON)
Y-axis (load axis)
X-axis (time axis)
Graph display start/stop
Cursor ON/OFF key
Cursor move keys (The cursor moves on the X-axis.)
Notice
The cursor moves on the X-axis.
X-axis
“X-axis” is time axis setting. One screen is drawn between the instant of inputting the
start and the instant of the time set by the X-axis end point.
The number of drawing points is 200, and drawing is performed with the representative
value at each of the set time divided by the number of drawing points.
Y-axis
“Y-axis” is load axis setting. Drawing is performed from the value set by the Y-axis start
point to the value set by the Y-axis end point.
(The number of drawing points is 100.)
Y
Y-axis
end point
100
Drawing area
X
200
Y-axis
start point
0
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X-axis end point
5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-4-1. Graphic mode
Select the method of drawing.
Alternatives : [ CONTINUITY ] [ SINGLE ] [ LEVEL ]
[ MODE ] → [ GRAPH ] → [ GRAPHIC MODE ]
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Explanation of each alternative
[CONTINUITY]
Drawing is started by the START key, and drawing is repeated until the STOP key is
input.
[SINGLE]
Drawing is started by the START key, and only one screen is drawn.
[LEVEL]
Drawing is started when the drawing weight exceeds the trigger level, or the START
key is pressed, and only one screen is drawn.
In drawing in the discharge mode, an “×” mark is
drawn when the net weight exceeds the following:
Final weight – SP1
Final weight – SP2
Final weight - CPS
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-4-2. Trigger level
Set the graph drawing start level (trigger level) if [LEVEL] has been selected by graphic
mode selection.
Setting range : 00000 to 99999
[ MODE ] → [ GRAPH ] → [ TRIGGER LEVEL ]
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5-4-3. X (time)-axis end point
Set the time to display one screen.
The setting range is from 2 sec. to 98 sec. (at intervals of 2 sec.)
The X (time)-axis end point can also be set from the graph screen.
Setting range : 2 to 98 (sec)
[ MODE ] → [ GRAPH ] → [ X END POPINT ]
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5-4-4. Y (load)-axis start point
Set the graph drawing start point. (+/-00000 to +/-99999)
Setting range : +/-00000 to +/-99999
[ MODE ] → [ GRAPH ] → [ Y START POINT ]
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-4-5. Y (load)-axis end point
Set the graph drawing end point.
The Y (load)-axis end point can also be set from the graph screen.
Note) The start point should be smaller than the end point.
Setting range : +/-00000 to +/-99999
[ MODE ] → [ GRAPH ] → [ Y END POINT ]
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5-4-6. Drawing weight selection
Select the weight for drawing.
Alternatives : [ GROSS ] [ NET ]
[ MODE ] → [ GRAPH ] → [ DRAWING WEIGHT ]
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-5. Sequence Setting
Operation is performed by following the sequence that weighing is started by inputting
the ON edge to the start signal (external input/output connector pin B11) of the T600,
and weighing is finished by the completion signal.
This is valid only in the discharge mode.
5-5-1. Control mode
Select sequence mode or simple comparison mode.
Alternatives : [ SIMPLE COMP. ] [ SEQUENCE ]
[ MODE ] → [ SEQUENCE MODE ] → [ SEQUENCE MODE ]
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5-5-2. Adjust feeding / adjust feeding time
The setting is valid in the sequence mode.
ADJUST FEEDING :
ADJ.FEEDING TIME :
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
0.00 to 9.99 (sec)
[ MODE ] → [ SEQUENCE MODE ] → [ ADJUST FEEDING ]
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[ MODE ] → [ SEQUENCE MODE ] → [ ADJ.FEEDING TIME ]
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What is “adjust feeding?”
If the net < proper weight – underweight at the completion signal ON timing (when the
judging time has elapsed after the SP3 signal is turned OFF in the example on page 65),
the completion signal is not turned ON, but the SP3 signal is turned ON for the adjust
feeding time.
Adjust feeding is valid only in the “final discharge – overweight/underweight
comparison mode.”)
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-5-3. Near zero confirmation at start time
The setting is valid in the sequence mode.
Alternatives : [ OFF ] [ ON ]
[ MODE ] → [ SEQUENCE MODE ] → [ AUTO START NZ CONF. ]
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With the near zero confirmation at start time setting “ON,”
When the start signal is input, if the near zero signal is OFF,
the feeding gate signal is not turned ON, but a sequence
error results. (Sequence error 4)
5-5-4. Weight confirmation at start time
The setting is valid in the sequence mode.
Alternatives : [ OFF ] [ ON ]
[ MODE ] → [ SEQUENCE MODE ] → [ AT START WV CONF. ]
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When the start signal is input, if
the net ≧ final weight – SP1, or
the final weight – CPS ≦ 0,
the feeding gate signal (SP1, SP2, or SP3) is not turned ON,
but a sequence error results. (Sequence error 5)
((1) is applicable only when the “weight confirmation at start
time” setting is ON.)
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5.HOW TO SET THE FUNCTIONS
5-5-5. AZ times
The setting is valid in the sequence mode.
Setting range : 00 to 99 times
[ MODE ] → [ SEQUENCE MODE ] → [ AZ TIMES ]
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When the start signal is input, tare subtraction is performed at
intervals of these times.
5-5-6. Judging times
The setting is valid in the sequence mode.
Setting range : 00 to 99 times
[ MODE ] → [ SEQUENCE MODE ] → [ JUDGING TIMES ]
When the completion signal is turned ON, overweight/
underweight comparisons are made at intervals of these
times.
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6.TIMING CHART
6. TIMING CHART
6-1. Feed Weighing (In The Simple Comparison Mode)
NET
Overweight
Underweight
Final weight
Final weight – CPS
Final weight – SP2
Final weight – SP1
Near zero
0
Near zero
Time
OFF
SP1 output
ON
ON
SP2 output
ON
SP3 output
ON
Comparison inhibiting time
t1
t1
Judging time
t2
Stable
ON
Complete
(END)
ON
t3
Overweight
Underweight
OFF
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6.TIMING CHART
The overweight/underweight comparison timing depends on the OVER/UNDER COMP.
setting under COMPARISON. (It is set at “REGULARLY” in the illustration.)
The completion signal output timing depends on the COMPLETE SIG.OUT setting
under COMPARISON.
t1 : Comparison inhibiting time ................COMP.INH.TIME under COMPARISON
t2 : Judging time........................................JUDGING TIME under COMPARISON
t3 : Completion output time ......................COMPLETE OUT T. under COMPARISON
Conditional expression
Near zero
ON when the weight value ≦ preset near zero value
SP1 output
ON when the net ≧ preset final weight value – preset SP1 value
SP2 output
ON when the net ≧ preset final weight value – preset SP2 value
SP3 output
ON when the net ≧ preset final weight value – preset CPS value
Underweight
ON when the net < preset final weight value – preset underweight
value
Overweight
ON when the net > preset final weight value + preset overweight
value
Select the weight value for near zero comparison from GROSS or NET under
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6.TIMING CHART
6-2. Discharge Weighing (In The Simple Comparison Mode)
GROSS for high/low limit comparison,
and NET for final weight, before-final-weight,
and near zero comparisons.(Indischarge weighing,
NET is compared negatively.)
GROSS
Materials are fed
until the high limit signal
is output.
Low limit
0
Time
Final weight – SP1
Final weight – SP2
Final weight – CPS
NET
Tare subtraction
SP1 output
SP1 output
SP2 output
SP3 output
Comparison inhibiting
time
t1
t1
Judging time
t2
t2
Complete
(END)
t3
t3
OVER/UNDER
weight
Low limit
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6.TIMING CHART
The near zero signal is used for discharge completion confirmation as in the case
of feed weighing.
The overweight/underweight comparison timing depends on the OVER/UNDER COMP.
setting under COMPARISON. (It is set at “COMPLETE SIG. ON” in the illustration.)
The completion signal output timing depends on the COMPLETE SIG.OUT setting
under COMPARISON.
t1 : Comparison inhibiting time ................ COMP.INH.TIME under COMPARISON
t2 : Judging time ....................................... JUDGING TIME under COMPARISON
t3 : Completion output time ...................... COMPLETE OUT T. under COMPARISON
Conditional expression
Near zero
ON when the weight value ≦ preset near zero value
SP1 output
ON when the net ≧ preset final weight value – preset SP1 value
SP2 output
ON when the net ≧ preset final weight value – preset SP2 value
SP3 output
ON when the net ≧ preset final weight value – preset CPS value
Underweight
ON when the net < preset final weight value – preset underweight
value
Overweight
ON when the net > preset final weight value + preset overweight
value
Select the weight value for near zero comparison from GROSS or NET under
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6.TIMING CHART
6-3. Sequence Control
6-3-1. Normal sequence
NET
Overweight
Underweight
Final weight
Final weight – CPS
Final weight – SP2
Final weight – SP1
Near zero
0
Tare subtraction
Start
Time
ON
ON
OFF
Stop
SP1 output
ON
SP2 output
ON
SP3 output
ON
ON
Complete
Judgment (overweight or
proper weight or underweight)
Comparison inhibiting time
t1
t1
t2
t3
Judging time
Completion signal output time
Hold
Near zero
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6.TIMING CHART
The completion signal output timing depends on the COMPLETE SIG.OUT setting
under COMPARISON.
The overweight/underweight comparison timing is such that the OVER/UNDER COMP.
setting under COMPARISON is ignored, but comparisons are made when the
completion output is ON, and the weight value is held.
t1 : Comparison inhibiting time ................ COMP.INH.TIME under COMPARISON
t2 : Judging time ....................................... JUDGING TIME under COMPARISON
t3 : Completion output time ...................... COMPLETE OUT T. under COMPARISON
Conditional expression
・Near zero
ON when the weight value ≦ preset near zero value
* The large/medium/small feeding gate signal is turned ON at the ON edge
(OFF → ON) of the start signal.
・SP1 output
OFF when the net weight ≧ preset final weight value – preset
SP1 value
・SP2 output
OFF when the net weight ≧ preset final weight value - preset
SP2 value
・SP3 output
OFF when the net weight ≧ preset final weight value – preset
CPS value
・Underweight
ON when the net weight < preset final weight value – preset
underweight value
・Overweight
ON when the net weight > preset final weight value + preset
overweight value
Select the weight value for near zero comparison from GROSS or NET by NEAR ZERO
COMP. under COMPARISON.
The sequence mode is valid only in the final discharge mode.
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6.TIMING CHART
6-3-2. Sequence when the adjust feeding is ON
START
ON
OFF
STOP
SP1 output
ON
SP2 output
ON
SP3 output
ON
Complete
ON
Judgment (overweight)
Comparison inhibiting time
t1
t1
t2
t4
t2
t3
Judging time
Adjust feeding time
Completion output time
HOLD
The completion signal output timing depends on the COMPLETE SIG.OUT setting
under COMPARISON.
The overweight/underweight comparison timing is such that the OVER/UNDER COMP.
setting under COMPARISON is ignored, but comparisons are made when the
completion output is ON, and the weight value is held.
t1 : Comparison inhibiting time ......... COMP.INH.TIME under COMPARISON
t2 : Judging time ................................ JUDGING TIME under COMPARISON
t3 : Completion output time ............... COMPLETE OUT T. under COMPARISON
t4 : Adjust feeding time ..................... ADJ.FEEDING TIME under SEQUENCE MODE
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6.TIMING CHART
6-3-3. Sequence with no judgment
START
ON
OFF
STOP
ON
SP1 output
SP2 output
ON
SP3 output
ON
Complete
ON
Comparison inhibiting time
t1
t1
t3
Completion output time
When the number of JUDGING TIMES under SEQUENCE MODE is 00, overweight/
underweight judgment is not made.
The completion signal output timing is such that the COMPLETE SIG.OUT setting is
ignored, but it is output at the OFF edge (ON → OFF) of the final weight signal (SP3
signal).
t1 : Comparison inhibiting time ......... COMP.INH.TIME under COMPARISON
t3 : Completion output time ............... COMPLETE OUT T. under COMPARISON
6-3-4. About the stop signal
START
ON
STOP
SP1 output
OFF
ON
ON
SP2 output
ON
SP3 output
ON
Sequence error
When the stop signal is turned ON, all the signals of the SP1 output, SP2 output and SP3
output are turned OFF.
If the start signal is turned ON when the stop signal is ON, a sequence error will result.
For resetting the sequence error, input the stop signal again.
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6.TIMING CHART
6-3-5. Relationship between AZ times, judging times, and automatic fall
compensation
[ Example: AZ TIMES=3, JUDGING TIMES=2, AVG.CNT OF AFFC=2 ]
START
3 times
AZ times
Tare subtraction
Complete
Judging times
2 times
Judgment
Average count of automatic
fall compensation
2 times
Fall compensation
When the number of AZ times is set at 01, tare subtraction is performed at each time
when weighing is started.
When the number of AZ times is set at 02 to 99, tare subtraction is performed at the
intervals of these times.
When the number of AZ times is set at 00, the AZ function is turned OFF.
When the number of judging times is set at 01, judgment is made at each time when
weighing is finished.
When the number of judging times is set at 02 to 99, judgment is made at the intervals of
these times.
When the number of judging times is set at 00, overweight/underweight comparisons are
not made.
Since weighed values for automatic fall compensation are sampled at the time of
judgment, the automatic fall compensation does not function when no judgment is made.
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7.AUTOMATIC PRINT
7. AUTOMATIC PRINT
The T600 can output an automatic print command to the printer or indicator connected to
the SI/F.
The automatic print output timing varies depending on the setting.
7-1. In High/low Limit Comparison
The command is output at the ON edge of the stable status when the near zero signal is
OFF. If the automatic print is output, it can next be output after the near zero signal is
once turned ON.
7-2. In The Discharge Mode; Simple Comparison Mode
The command is output at each ON edge of the completion signal. The value of the
number of judging times is ignored.
7-3. In The Discharge Mode; Sequence Mode
The command is output at the ON edge of the completion signal at the intervals of
judging times. When the number of judging times is 0, the automatic print is not output.
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8.BCD DATA OUTPUT (OPTION)
8. BCD DATA OUTPUT (OPTION)
The BCD data output is an interface to extract the indicated value of the T600 as BCD
data. This interface is convenient to process controls, totals, records, etc., by connecting
the T600 to a computer, process controller, sequencer or the like.
The I/O and internal circuits are electrically insulated by photocoupler.
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8.BCD DATA OUTPUT (OPTION)
8-1. Connector Pin Assignment
Anphenol connector (36-Pin)
No.
Signal
No.
Signal
1
*
COM
19
*
COM
2
Out
1
20
Out
20000
3
Out
2
21
Out
40000
4
Out
4
22
Out
80000
5
Out
8
23
Out
Minus(Polarity)
6
Out
10
24
Out
OVER
7
Out
20
25
Out
P.C (Stable)
8
Out
40
26
Out
STROBE
9
Out
80
27
In
BCD Data Hold
10
Out
100
28
In
Logic Switching
11
Out
200
29
12
Out
400
30
13
Out
800
31
14
Out
1000
32
15
Out
2000
33
16
Out
4000
34
17
Out
8000
35
18
Out
10000
36
Compatible connector is DDK57-30360 or equivalent.
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8.BCD DATA OUTPUT (OPTION)
8-2. Equivalent Circuit
・Output
The signal output circuit is operated through a TTL open collector.
Vcc
+5V
Vext
T600
Inside Outside
Vceo=30V(max)
Ic =30mA (max)
COM
• Internal transistor status
• Output pin level
Output data
Negative
Positive
Output data
Negative
Positive
0
OFF
ON
0
H
L
1
ON
OFF
1
L
H
Through logic switching (pin28)
・Input
Vcc
T600
+5V
Inside Outside
Open
OFF
Short
ON
Transistor
IC=Approx.6mA
Switch
COM
TTL open collector output
*
Notice
• Do not apply external voltage to the signal input circuit.
• The external element is required to withstand Ic=10mA.
• Leakage from the external element is required to be 30μA or below.
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8.BCD DATA OUTPUT (OPTION)
8-3. Signal Input
Logic Switching (28PIN)
The output signal logic is switched. (The strobe signal logic is also switched.)
If open, negative logic will result, and if shorted with COM, positive logic will result.
BCD data hold (27PIN)
BCD data is held when shorted with COM.
No strobe pulse is output.
8-4. Signal Output Timing
・P.C
Note: P.C should also be acquired in synchronization with the strobe signal as in
the case of the data signal. (See page 75.)
• High/low limit output
ON at stable-time, OFF at unstable-time.
BCD data
P.C
ON
• In the discharge control mode; simple comparison mode
The signal is output at each ON edge of the completion signal. The value of the number
of judging times is ignored.
• In the discharge control mode; sequence mode
The signal is output at the ON edge of the completion signal at the intervals of judging
times.
BCD data
P.C
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ON
8.BCD DATA OUTPUT (OPTION)
・OVER
The signal is output with +ADC OVER (+LOAD) or -ADC OVER (-LOAD) overflow
(NET OVER or GROSS OVER).
・STROBE
Strobe pulses are output in synchronization with BCD data. For reading the data, use the
pulse rising edge(ON → OFF). The BCD data update rate can be changed by setting.
Note: The logic on the software varies depending on the equipment on the
receiving side. (0 → 1, 0 → 1)
BCD data
STROBE
ON
(DUTY about 50%)
If the update rate is changed, the strobe pulse width is also changed proportionally.
8-5. BCD Data Output Setting
8-5-1. Data output rate
Alternatives :
[ 100 times ] [ 50 times ] [ 20 times ] [ 10 times ]
[ 5 times ] [ 2 times ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPTION ] → [ DATA OUTPUT RATE ]
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8-5-2. Output weight
Alternatives : [ INDICATE ] [ GROSS ] [ NET ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPTION ] → [ OUTPUT WEIGHT ]
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Select the weight value for BCD output. If “INDICATE” is selected, the weight indicated
by the indicator is output.
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
9. RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
The RS-232C is an interface to read the indicated value and status of the T600 and to
write parameters into the T600.
This interface is convenient to process controls, totals, records, etc., by connecting the
T600 to a computer, process controller, sequencer or the like.
9-1. Communication Specifications
9-1-1. Specifications
Signal level :
Based on RS-232C
Transmitting distance :
Approx.15m
Transmitting method :
Asynchronous,Full duplex
Transmitting speed :
1200,2400,4800,9600 or 19200bps Selectable
Bit configuration :
Start bit
1bit
Character length
7 or 8 bit Selectable
Stop bit
1 or 2 bit Selectable
Parity
None,odd or even Selectable
Terminator
CR,CR+LF Selectable
Code :
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ASCII
9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
9-1-2. Connector pin assignment
Adaptable plug : 25-pin D-sub connector (JAE make DB-25P-N etc)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*
out
in
out
in
FG
TxD
RxD
RTS
CTS
*
SG
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
out
DTR
9-1-3. Cable
T600
1
2
3
4
5
8
6
20
7
FG
TxD
RxD
RTS
CTS
(CD)
(DSR)
DTR
SG
Cross Cable
PC etc・・・
1
2
3
4
5
8
6
20
7
FG
TxD
RxD
RTS
CTS
CD
DSR
DTR
SG
* This connection diagram shows an example of connecting a DTE (data terminal
equipment) personal computer.
Use a straight cable for connecting a DCE (data circuit terminating equipment) such
as a modem.
* Before preparing a cable, check the connector shape and pin assignment of the
equipment to be connected again.
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
9-2. RS-232C Interface Setting
Set the RS-232C communication conditions of the T600.
9-2-1. Communication mode
Alternatives : [ HAND SH. ] [ CONTINUITY ] [ AT PRINT ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ COMM. MODE ]
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* For details of each communications mode, ”see “Communication Mode”on page 79.
9-2-2. Baud rate
Alternatives : [ 1200bps ] [ 2400bps ] [ 4800bps ] [ 9600bps ]
[ 19200bps ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPTION ] → [ BAUD RATE ]
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9-2-3. Character length
Alternatives : [ 7bit ] [ 8bit ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
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→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ LENGTH ]
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
9-2-4. Parity bit
Alternatives :
[ NONE ] [ ODD ] [ EVEN ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ PARITY BIT ]
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9-2-5. Stop bit
Alternatives : [ 1bit ] [ 2bit ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ STOP BIT ]
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9-2-6. Terminator
Alternatives : [ CR ] [ CR+LF ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ TERMINATOR ]
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9-3. Communication Mode
HAND SH.
Communications are carried out according to the commands from the host computer.
Reading of weight values, status and set values, writing of set values, and instructions of
operations can be performed.
CONTINUITY
The displayed weight value and status are transmitted continuously.
AT PRINT
The displayed weight value and status are transmitted at the print timing. For the print
timing, see page 70.
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
9-4. Communication Format
9-4-1. Handshake
・Gross read (sign, 5-digit weight, decimal place)
Host
R
A CR
R
T600
A
+
1
0
0
.
0
0
Terminator
0
0
.
0
0
Terminator
0
0
.
0
0
Terminator
・Net read (sign, 5-digit weight, decimal place)
Host
R
B CR
R
T600
B
+
1
・Tare read (sign, 5-digit weight, decimal place)
Host
R
C CR
R
T600
C
+
D
0
1
・Status read (7-digit)
Host
T600
R
D CR
R
0
0
0
0
0
0
Terminator
At hold-time : 1
Not At hold-time : 0
At zero-error-time : 1
Not At zero-error-time :0
At stable-time : 1
Not At stable-time : 0
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NET display : 1
GROSS display : 0
In tare subtraction : 1
Not In tare subtraction : 0
9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
・Status read (7-digit)
Host
R
E CR
R
T600
E
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Terminator
Completion ON : 1
OFF :1
SP1 ON : 1
OFF: 0
SP2 ON : 1
OFF: 0
Overweight
ON : 1
OFF :1
SP3 ON : 1
OFF: 0
Underweight
ON : 1
OFF :1
・Status read (7-digit)
Host
R
F CR
R
T600
F
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Terminator
Hi-hi limit
Near zero
ON : 1
OFF :1
Lo-lo limit
ON : 1
OFF :1
High limit
Low limit
ON : 1
OFF :1
Proper weight ON : 1
OFF :1
ON : 1
OFF :1
・Status read (7-digit)
Host
T600
R
G CR
R
Weight error : 1
No Weight error : 0
In equivalent input calibration : 4
In span calibration : 3
In zero calibration : 2
In weighing : 1
G
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Terminator
Sequence error
(0 to 5)
+LOAD occurred : 5
-LOAD occurred : 4
GROSS OVER occurred : 3
NET OVER occurred : 1
No error:0
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
・Parameter read (example: high limit)
Host
2 CR
0
W
Sign
W
T600
0
2
+
1
0
0
0
0
Terminator
Parameter No.
Parameter No.
5-digit parameter (no decimal point)
・Parameter write (example: high limit)
Sign
Host
W
0
2
+
1
0
0
0
0 CR LF
5-digit parameter (no decimal point)
Parameter No.
(R ... readable, W ... writable, R/W ... readable and writable)
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EACH CODE
W
0
0
0
HH
W
0
1
HI
W
0
LO
W
LL
CR LF
(0 to 7)
(R/W)
+/-
CR LF
(+/-00000 to +/-99999)
(R/W)
2
+/-
CR LF
(+/-00000 to +/-99999)
(R/W)
0
3
+/-
CR LF
(+/-00000 to +/-99999)
(R/W)
W
0
4
+/-
CR LF
(+/-00000 to +/-99999)
(R/W)
FINAL
W
1
1
0
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
SP1
W
1
2
0
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
SP2
W
1
3
0
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
CPS
W
1
4
0
CR LF
(0000 to 9999)
(R/W)
AFFC
W
1
5
0
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
OVER
W
1
6
0
0
0
CR LF
(000 to 999)
(R/W)
UNDER
W
1
7
0
0
0
CR LF
(000 to 999)
0
0
0
0
0
(R/W)
9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
COMP MODE
SEL
W
3
1
0
0 : HI-LO COMP
0
0
0
1 : DIS.-O/U
0
CR LF
(0 to 2)
(R/W)
2 : DIS.-H/L
COMP INH.
TIME
W
3
2
0
0
0
CR LF
(000 to 999)
(R/W)
JUDGING
TIME
W
3
3
0
0
0
CR LF
(000 to 999)
(R/W)
COMPLETE
OUT T.
W
3
4
0
0
0
CR LF
(000 to 999)
(R/W)
AFFC
W
3
5
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R/W)
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0 to 3)
(R/W)
0 : OFF
CPS.
COEFFICIENT
W
3
1 : ON
6
0
0 : 1/1 1 : 3/4 2 : 2/4 3 : 1/4 AVG. CNT OF
AFFC
W
3
7
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(1 to 9)
(R/W)
DIS. CONTROL
MODE
W
3
8
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0 to 2)
(R/W)
0 : FEEDING
1 : DISCHARGE
2 : EXTERNAL
COMPLETE SIG. W 3 9 0
0 0 0 0
CR LF (0 to 2)
OUT
0 : JUDGING TIME 1 : JUD. or STABLE 2 : JUD. & STABLE
(R/W)
OVER / UNDER
COMP.
(R/W)
W
3
A
0
0 : REGULARLY
HI / LO COMP.
SEL
W
3
B
0 : GROSS
NEAR ZERO
COMP.
W
3
C
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
0
1 : COMP. SIG.
1 : NET
0
0
2 : EXT. IN
0
(0 to 3)
3 : COMP. SIG & H
CR LF
(0 to 2)
(R/W)
CR LF
(0 to 4)
(R/W)
CR LF
(0,1)
(R/W)
(R/W)
2 : COMP OFF
0
0
0
0 : GROSS 1 : NET 2 : COMP OFF
3 : ABS GROSS 4 : ABS NET
PRESET TARE
WGT. 1
W
3
0 : OFF
D
0
0
0
0
0
1 : ON
NEAR ZERO
W
3
E
0
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
PRESET TARE
WGT. 2
W
3
F
0
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
DIGITAL
FILTER
ANALOG
FILTER
W
4
1
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0 to 8)
(R/W)
0 : OFF 1 : 2 Times 2 : 4 Times 3 : 8 Times 4 : 16 Times
5 : 32 Times 6 : 64 Times 7 : 128 Times 8 : 256 Times
W
4
2
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0 to 3)
(R/W)
0 : 2Hz 1 : 4Hz 2 : 6Hz 3 : 8Hz
MD (PERIOD)
W
4
3
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(00 to 99)
(R/W)
MD(RANGE)
W
4
4
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(00 to 99)
(R/W)
DISPLAY
FREQ.
W
4
5
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(01 to 10)
(R/W)
ZT(PERIOD)
W
4
6
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(00 to 99)
(R/W)
ZT(RANGE)
W
4
7
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(00 to 99)
(R/W)
BACK LIGHT
W
4
A
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(00 to 99)
(R/W)
DISPLAY
SELECT
W
4
B
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0 to 2)
(R/W)
[HI-LO COMP [DIS.-O/U [DIS.-H/L HI/LO OUT
SEL
W
4
C
0 : NORMAL
LOCK1
W
4
D
0
0 : HH,H,L,LL
0 : F,SP1-3
0 : F,SP1-3
0
0
0
0
1 : H,L,T,Z
1 : F,SP3,O,U
1 : F,SP3,H,L
0
2 : HH,LL,T,Z]
2 : F,SP3,T,Z]
2 : F,SP3,T,Z]
CR LF
(0,1)
(R/W)
1 : COMPARATOR
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R)
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R)
0 : OFF 1 : ON
LOCK2
W
4
E
0
0 : OFF 1 : ON
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
GRAPHIC MODE
W
5
1
0
0 : CONTINUITY
0
0
0
1 : SINGLE
0
CR LF
(0 to 2)
(R/W)
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
CR LF
(02 to 98)
(R/W)
2 : LEVEL
TRIGGER LEVEL
W
5
2
0
X END POINT
W
5
3
0
Y START POINT
W
5
4
+/-
CR LF
(+/-00000 to +/-99999)
(R/W)
Y END POINT
W
5
5 +/-
CR LF
(+/-00000 to +/-99999)
(R/W)
DRAWING POINT W
5
6
CR LF
(0,1)
(R/W)
CR LF
(0001 to 3000)
(R/W)
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
CR LF
(001 to 100)
(R/W)
0 : GROSS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1 : NET
EQUIV. CAL.
W
8
3
0
BALANCE WGT
VALUE
W
8
4
0
MIN. SCALE DIV.
W
8
5
0
NET OVER
W
8
6
0
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
GROSS OVER
W
8
7
0
CR LF
(00000 to 99999)
(R/W)
UNIT DISPLAY
W
8
8
0
CR LF
(0 to 5)
(R/W)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 : NONE 1 : Kg 2 : t 3 : g 4 : N 5 : lb
DECIMAL PLACE W
8
9
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0 to 3)
(R/W)
(0000 to 9999)
(R/W)
0 : NONE 1 : 0.0 2 : 0.00 3 : 0.000
DZ REGULATION W
VAL
8
A
0
0
CR LF
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
SEQUENCE
MODE
W
9
1
0
0
0 : SIMPLE COMP.
ADJUST
FEEDING
W
9
0 : OFF
AT START
NZ NZ CONF.
W
9
0 : OFF
AT START
WV CONF.
W
9
0 : OFF
86
2
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R/W)
1 : SEQUENCE
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R/W)
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R/W)
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R/W)
CR LF
(000 to 999)
(R/W)
1 : ON
3
0
1 : ON
4
0
1 : ON
ADJ. FEEDING
TIME
W
9
5
0
0
0
AZ TIMES
W
9
6
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(00 to 99)
(R/W)
JUDGING
TIMES
W
9
7
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(00 to 99)
(R/W)
9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
COMM. MODE
W
D
1
0
0 : HAND SH.
BAUD RATE
W
D
2
0
0
0
0
1 : CONTINUITY
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0 to 2)
(R)
(0 to 4)
(R)
2 : AT PRINT
0
CR LF
0 : 1200bps 1 : 2400bps 2 : 4800bps 3 : 9600bps
4 : 19200bps
LENGTH
W
D
3
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R)
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0 to 2)
(R)
0 : 7bit 1 : 8bit
PARITY BIT
W
D
4
0 : NONE
STOP BIT
W
D
0
1 : ODD
5
0
2 : EVEN
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R)
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R)
CR LF
(0000 to 9999)
(R)
0 : 1bit 1 : 2bit
TERMINATOR
W
D
6
0
0 : CR 1 : CR+LF
ID
W
D
7
0
0
TERMINAL
RESISTOR
W
D
8
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R)
0
0
0
0
CR LF
(0,1)
(R)
0 : OFF 1 : ON
WIRE
SELECT
W
D
9
0
0 : 2WIRE 1 : 4WIIRE
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
・Command
(
88
ZERO CALIBRATION
C A CR
SPAN CALIBRATION
C B CR
GROSS SELECTION
C
C CR
NET SELECTION
C D CR
TARE SUBTRACTION
C
E CR
TARE RESET
C
DIGITAL ZERO
C G CR
DIGITAL ZERO RESET
C H CR
PRINT INSTRUCTION
C
EQUIV. CALIBRATION
C L CR
I CR
A print instruction is given to the
equipment connected to SI/F as desired.
) (
See below.
)
F CR
9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
How to use the CL command (equivalent input calibration execution)
① Correct values should previously be set to “equivalent input calibration” and
“weight value”.
Therefore, check the rated output and rated capacity of the load cell as in the
case of equivalent input calibration by the touch panel.
Example) It is assumed that the rated output and the rated capacity of the
load cell are 2.000mV/V and 100.00kg, respectively.
② Set the rated input by using the command W83 (equivalent input calibration).
Example) For 100.00kg (assuming that the decimal point is positioned as
0.00), input as follows:
W 8
3
0
(
0
2
0
0
0 CR LF
Input 2.000mV/V as a value of
2000 with no decimal point.
)
③ Set the rated capacity by using the command W84 (weight value).
Example) For 100.00kg (assuming that the decimal point is positioned as
0.00), input as follows:
W 8
4
(
0
1
0
0
0
0 CR LF
Input 100.00kg as a value of
10000 with no decimal point.
)
④ Give the equivalent input calibration execution command (CL).
This allows slope calculation from the currently registered “weight value” and
“equivalent input calibration” value.
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
9-4-2. Continuous transmission / transmission at print-time
The formats of continuous transmission and transmission at print-time are common.
Parameters cannot be read or written.
Header
G
S
Sign
,
*1
Weight value (with a decimal point)
, * 2 , * 3 , *4 , * 5 , +/-
Terminator
Header
When the gross weight is displayed, the header becomes “GS”, and the gross weight is
transmitted.
When the net weight is displayed, the header becomes “NT”, and the net weight is
transmitted.
*1
H - - - - - - In holding
O - - - - - - Weight error
S - - - - - - Stable
M - - - - - Unstable
*2
T - - - - - - Zero tracking ON
A - - - - - - Zero tracking OFF
*3
For high/low limit comparison and final weight (DIS.-H/L)
F - - - - - - Comparison OFF
G - - - - - - HI and LO OFF
N - - - - - - HI and LO ON
H - - - - - - HI ON
L - - - - - - LO ON
For final weight (DIS.-O/U)
G - - - - - - OVER and UNDER OFF
V - - - - - - OVER ON
U - - - - - - UNDER ON
*4
For high/low limit comparison
F - - - - - - Comparison OFF
G - - - - - - HH and LL OFF
N - - - - - - HH and LL ON
H - - - - - - HH ON
L - - - - - - LL ON
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9.RS-232C INTERFACE (OPTION)
For final discharge mode
E - - - - - - Completion ON
3 - - - - - - SP3 ON
2 - - - - - - SP2 ON
1 - - - - - - SP1 ON
G - - - - - - Completion, SP1, SP2, and SP3 OFF
*5
N - - - - - - Near zero OFF
Z - - - - - - Near zero ON
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10.D/A CONVERTER (OPTION)
10. D/A CONVERTER (OPTION)
D/A converter is provided for obtaining analog output synchronized with the indicated
value of the T600.
The analog output ranges are 0 to +10V output and 4 to 20mA constant-current output.
By using the D/A zero setting and D/A full scale setting functions, analog output can be
obtained between zero (0V, 4mA) and full scale (+10V, 20mA) with respect to the
predetermined digital value.
The output circuit and the main unit circuit are isolated. The resolution is 1/10000 to 0 to
+10V, and the conversion rate is 2000 times/sec. The output has an overrange of approx.
+/-10%FS.
VOL ADJ.
GAIN
ZERO
VOL.
G
CUR.
G
・Taking voltage output signals
Connect external equipment (2KΩ or more load resistance) to VOL and G of the T600.
For connection, see “Connection of the RS-485 and D/A converter options”on page 20.
T600
← Inside Outside →
VOL
SIG
+
External equipment
G
F.G.
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Load resistance:
2KΩ or more
10.D/A CONVERTER (OPTION)
・Taking current output signals
Connect external equipment (350Ω or less load resistance) to CUR and G of the T600.
T600
← Inside Outside →
CUR
SIG
+
External equipment
G
F.G.
Load resistance:
350Ω or more
・Resolution
The D/A converter has a resolution of 1/10000 to 0 to 10V (4 to 20mA).
Notice
* The D/A converter is optional.
* Do not apply external voltage because it will break.
* Do not short-circuit the voltage output because a failure will
occur.
Also, connecting a capacitive load may cause oscillation.
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10.D/A CONVERTER (OPTION)
10-1. D/A Converter Setting
10-1-1. D/A output mode
Alternatives : [ GROSS ] [ NET ] [ 0V FIX ] [ 10V FIX ] [ 4mA FIX ] [ 20mA FIX ]
How to set
[ MODE ] → [ OPTION ] → [ D/A OUTPUT MODE ]
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Explanation of each item
GROSS :
Output is ganged with the gross.
NET :
Output is ganged with the net.
0V FIX :
The voltage output is fixed at zero output (0V).
10V FIX :
The voltage output is fixed at full scale (10V).
4mA FIX :
The current output is fixed at zero output (4mA).
20mA FIX :
The current output is fixed at full scale (20mA).
10-1-2. Current zero output / voltage zero output
Set the indicated value for outputting 4mA (0V).
Setting range : 0 to 99999
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ CUR. ZERO OUTPUT ]
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[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ VOL. ZERO OUTPUT ]
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10-1-3. Current full scale / voltage full scale
Set the indicated value for outputting 20mA (10V).
Setting range : 0 to 99999
(However, the preset zero output value should be smaller than the
preset full scale value.)
How to set
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[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ CUR. FULLSCA. OUT ]
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[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ VOL. FULLSCA. OUT ]
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10.D/A CONVERTER (OPTION)
How to adjust
Adjust the output with the dummy trimmer that appears on the adjustment screen after
selecting each fixed output in the D/A output mode setting and pressing the [OK] key.
While monitoring the output value, finely adjust the output with the dummy trimmer UP/
DOWN keys, and press the [OK] key to confirm, so that the trimmer position is entered.
Reset key
Dummy trimmer
position indicator
Dummy trimmer adjustment
UP/DOWN keys
*Pressing the dummy trimmer UP/DOWN keys continuously performs continuous
operation.
*The trimmer adjusting ranges are as follows: voltage; +/-1.0V, and current; +/-1.6mA.
*The reset key resets the dummy trimmer position to the trimmer center point (0%).
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11.RS-485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE (OPTION)
11. RS-485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE (OPTION)
11-1. Communication Specifications
◇ Specifications
Signal level
Based on RS-485
Transmitting distance
Approx. 1km
Transmitting method
Asynchronous,Full duplex
Transmitting speed
1200,2400,4800,9600 or 19200bps Selectable
Bit configuration
Start
1bit
Character length
7 or 8bits Selectable
Stop
1 or 2bits Selectable
Parity
None,Odd or Even Selectable
Terminator
CR,CR+LF Selectable
Code
ASCII
◇ Connector Pin Assignment
RS-485
SD
RD
A-
・MARK (OFF)
VA-VB < -0.2V
B+
・SPACE (ON)
VA-VB > 0.2V
AB+
SG
* For connection, see“Connection
of the RS-485 and D/A converter
options”on page 20
11-1-1. RS-485 connection
1.Connection of transmitting and receiving lines
① 4-wire connection
Set the communications mode of the T600 to “4-wire.”
Connect the “SD” (sending side) of the equipment on the other end (master), such as a
programmable controller, to “RD” (receiving side) of the T600 (slave), and “RD” of the
master to “SD” of the T600.
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11.RS-485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE (OPTION)
◇ One-to-One Connection
PLC
Host Computer etc.
T600
end reg
SD
RD
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
RD
SD
end reg
(Master)
(Slave)
◇ One-to-more Connection
T600
SD
A
T600
RD
B
A
B
SD
A
T600
RD
B
A
B
SD
A
T600
RD
B
A
B
SD
A
RD
B
A
B
end
SD
RD
A
B
A
B
end
Twisted pair cable
Use a twisted pair cable for connection. (The noise margin will increase.) However, a
twin cable is sufficient for short-distance connection. Couple a terminal resistor of 100 to
200Ω to the receiving end.
(The terminus resistance by the side of T600 can be switched by setup.120 ohms is
connected when terminus resistance is set as ON.)
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11.RS-485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE (OPTION)
② 2-wire connection
Set the communications mode of the T600 to “2-wire.”
First, connect “A-” of “RD” and “SD”, and “B+” of “RD” and “SD” of the T600.
Next, connect the target equipment with the same polarity. (See "2. Polarity")
A
A
A
SD
B
B
SD
B
A
A
RD
B
(Master)
T600
RD
B
T600
2. Polarity
Basically, connect “A” or “-” of the equipment on the other end to “A-” of the T600, and
“B” or “+” of the equipment on the other end to “B+” of the T600.
(In some rare cases, the signal polarity (A/B notation) may be reversed, so that
communications cannot be made even with correct connection. In such cases, connect by
reversing the signal polarity.)
3. Terminal resistor
Mount a terminal resistor of approx. 100 – 200Ω on the receiving side.
(The T600 can also be set to connect 120Ω internally.)
In the case of 2-wire, it should be connected to both ends because the sending and
receiving signal lines are the same. (See the connection diagram.)
4. SG terminal
This is the ground for signal lines. When connecting to the SG terminal of the equipment
on the other end, connect after checking the specifications of the equipment on the other
end.
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11.RS-485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE (OPTION)
11-2. Communication Method
1.For connecting more than one T600, assign an ID number to each T600.
2.If a command to read weight data, or read or change any set value including the ID
number is sent from the host, the T600 corresponding to the ID number will respond.
3.The format is the same as the RS-232C format except for the ID number.
Communication Format
Host
I
D
0
0
0
1
R A CR
I
T600
D
0
0R 0 A 1
R A +
1
0
0
. 0
0
Terminator
11-3. RS-485 Interface Setting
Set the RS-485 communication conditions of the T600.
11-3-1. Communication mode
Since the RS-485 is fixed at [HAND SH.], the mode is not selectable.
11-3-2. Baud rate
Alternatives : [ 1200bps ] [ 2400bps ] [ 4800bps ] [ 9600bps ] [ 19200bps ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ BAUD RATE ]
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11.RS-485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE (OPTION)
11-3-3. Character length
Alternatives : [ 7bit ] [ 8bit ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→
[ OPTION ]
→
[ LENGTH ]
Page 1
11-3-4. Parity bit
Alternatives : [ NONE ] [ ODD ] [ EVEN ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→
[ OPTION ]
→
[ PARITY BIT ]
→
[ STOP BIT ]
Page 1
11-3-5. Stop bit
Alternatives : [ 1bit ] [ 2bit ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→
[ OPTION ]
Page 1
11-3-6. Terminator
Alternatives : [ CR ] [ CR+LF ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
100
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ TERMINATOR ]
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11.RS-485 COMMUNICATION INTERFACE (OPTION)
11-3-7. ID
Setting range : 0000 to 9999
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ ID ]
Page 2
11-3-8. Terminal resistor
Alternatives : [ OFF ] [ ON ]
If the power of the T600 is OFF, the terminal resistor is OFF irrespective of setting.
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ] → [ TERMINAL RESISTOR ]
Page 2
11-3-9. Wire selection
Alternatives : [ 2 WIRE ] [ 4 WIRE ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ OPTION ]
→ [ WIRE SELECT ]
Page 2
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12.DC POWER SOURCE
12. DC POWER SOURCE
The T600 can be used on a DC power source by specification at delivery time.
㧰㧯 㧵㧺
㧸
Red
Black
1
2
3
㧺
㧲㧚㧳㧚
6
7
㧿㧴㧵㧱㧸㧰
8
㧹㧭㧰㧱 㧵㧺 㧶㧭㧼㧭㧺
Connect the positive (+) side of the power source to the red screw side of the terminal
block on the back of the T600, and its negative (-) side to the black screw side.
Input voltage range (voltage between terminals of the T600)
12-24V DC ( ± 15%)
CAUTION
Be aware that the voltage drops depending on the wire thickness and
length.
Also, never input an AC power source. Doing so will cause a failure.
Power consumption
20W max
CAUTION
Use a source power (or battery) of 3A DC or more.
102
13.ERROR MESSAGE
13. ERROR MESSAGE
“+LOAD ERR” or “–LOAD ERR”
Voltage exceeding the ADC input range is input.
Check to see if the output voltage of the loadcell exceeds the range, and check the cables
for breaks.
This message is also displayed when wiring is incorrect or nothing is connected.
“NET OVER”
The net weight value exceeds the “NET OVER” set value. Check the “NET OVER” set
value.
“GROSS OVER”
The gross weight exceeds the “GROSS OVER” set value. Check the “GROSS OVER”
set value.
“GRAPH ERR”
[Cause]
The set value of the “Y (load)-axis start point” is larger than the set value of the “Y
(load)-axis end point.”
[Remedy]
Set again so that the “Y (load)-axis start point” becomes smaller than the “Y (load)axis end point.”
“LOCK IS ON”
[Cause]
Key operation is locked.
[Remedy]
Cancel the key lock referring to “Inhibition of key operation (LOCK state) (page 3).”
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13.ERROR MESSAGE
“SEQ. ERR 1”
[Cause]
The stop signal is ON when the weighing start signal is turned ON.
[Remedy]
Turn the stop signal OFF.
“SEQ. ERR 2”
[Cause]
The stop signal is turned ON during weighing in sequence control.
“SEQ. ERR 4”
[Cause]
The near zero signal is OFF when weighing is started.
(On condition that it is set to confirm the near zero signal when weighing is started.)
[Remedy]
First, check the preset near zero value and near zero comparison target.
Next, check to see if:
1. A start was made in spite of incomplete discharge.
2. The start ON timing was too early.
3. Discharged items are jammed.
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13.ERROR MESSAGE
“SEQ. ERR 5”
[Cause]
1. The SP1 output is ON when weighing is started, or
(On condition that it is set to confirm the weight value when weighing is started.)
2. Final weight – CPS ≦ 0.
[Remedy]
First, check the preset SP1 value, preset fall value, and preset final weight value.
Next, check to see if:
1. A start was made in spite of incomplete discharge.
2. The start ON timing was too early.
3. Discharged items are jammed.
4. Another code was selected.
How to reset the sequence error
The sequence error is reset by inputting the stop signal (OFF → ON).
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14.SELF-CHECK
14. SELF-CHECK
14-1. Self-check DSP
The LCD is visually checked.
Since the display changes as shown below, check for parts that are abnormal in color and
display.
White → Black → Red → Green → Blue →“H”
→“H”
En
Em
Alternatives : [ YES ] [ NO ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ SYSTEM ] → [ SELFCHECK DSP ]
Page 1
14-2. Self-check MEM
The memory is automatically checked.
The ROM, RAM and NOVRAM are checked, and the results are displayed together with
the checksum and version.
Example
rom
check
ok
6C3F
sram
check
ok
VER
novram
check
ok
1.00-02
Checksum
Version
Alternatives : [ YES ] [ NO ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
106
→
[ SYSTEM ]
→
[ SELFCHECK MEM ]
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14.SELF-CHECK
14-3. Self-check KEY
The touch panel key sheet is checked.
Each key turns white when touched, and checks are finished when all keys become
white.
Alternatives : [ YES ] [ NO ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ SYSTEM ]
→ [ SELFCHECK KEY ]
Page 1
Black-bordered pseudo keys appear on the blue screen. These keys should change
to white when pressed.
When all keys are pressed, the original screen is restored. If the color does not
change with no reaction due to a problem, it is NG.
The original screen is restored in 30 seconds after the last key operation.
14-4. Self-check EXT
The external input and output are checked.
The input signal marks light in red when ON, and go out when OFF.
For output signals, the ON/OFF state of each signal is reversed by touching the
corresponding key.
Checks are finished by the ESC key.
Alternatives : [ YES ] [ NO ]
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ SYSTEM ]
→ [ SELFCHECK EXP ]
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15.OTHER SETTINGS
15. OTHER SETTINGS
15-1. All Parameter Clear
The parameters of each code, tare and near zero are returned to their factory default
settings.
(The fall regulation value and all others are rewritten to 098.00 and 0 by this operation,
respectively.)
Furthermore, digital zero reset and tare subtraction reset operations are also performed.
Clearing is performed with disregard for LOCK1/LOCK 2 setting.
Alternatives : [ YES ] [ NO ]
[ MODE ]
→ [ SYSTEM ]
→ [ ALL PARA. CLEAR ]
Page 1
15-2. Password
This setting is for maintenance and inspection. Do not operate.
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ SYSTEM ]
→ [ PASSWORD ]
Page 2
15-3. Language
The display language of the T600 is selectable between Japanese and English.
How to set
[ MODE ]
→ [ SYSTEM ]
日 (JPN) ..................JAPANESE
英 (ENG)..................ENGLISH
108
→ [ LANGUAGE ( 言語 ) ]
Page 2
16.BLOCK DIAGRAM
16. BLOCK DIAGRAM
+SIG
-SIG
Low-pass
Fillter
×100
A/D
Conversion
+EXC
-EXC
Excitation
Referrence
Voltage
Voltage
+S
-S
CPU
F.G
FRAME
Watch
Dog
MPU
32bit
Flash
ROM
128Kbyte
BACK UP
Serial
Port
RAM
4Kbyte
RAM
8Kbyte
Port
LCD
Driver
NOV.RAM
4096bit
Port
Port
Serial
Port
RS485
BCD
Key
Input
LCD
RS-232C
D/A
Control
Input
11Line
LCD
Isolation
+12V +12V -12V +5V +12V +33V
Control
Output
11Line
AC IN
Power Supply Unit
SI/F
E.
FRAME
109
17.DIMENSIONS
17. DIMENSIONS
Unit : mm
< Front >
< Side >
1
㧭㧯 㧵㧺
2
㧸
3
6
7
8
㧿㧴㧵㧱㧸㧰
< Rear >
110
㧹㧭㧰㧱 㧵㧺 㧶㧭㧼㧭㧺
2CPGNEWVQWVFKOGPUKQPU
㧺
㧲㧚㧳㧚
18.INSTALLATION IN A PANEL
18. INSTALLATION IN A PANEL
Follow the steps below to install the T600 in a panel.
1) Remove both side rails.
2) Make a hole in the panel in accordance with the panel cutout size.
+1
92 mm
-0
Panel Cutout Size
+1
+1
92W ×92H (mm)
-0
-0
+1
92 mm
-0
3) Install the T600 and attach it with side rails.
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19.PARAMETER LIST
19. PARAMETER LIST
19-1. Main Menu
[ EACH CODE ]
[ COMPARISON ]
[ OPERATION ]
[ GRAPH ]
[ OPTION ]
[ SYSTEM ]
[ CALIBRATION ]
[ SEQUENCE MODE ]
19-2. Parameter List (Initial Values and LOCK)
EACH CODE (HI-LO COMP)
Page
1
Parameter
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
1
HH
000.00
◎
〇
2
HI
000.00
◎
〇
3
LO
000.00
◎
〇
4
LL
000.00
◎
〇
Initial value
LOCK1
NOV.RAM
Remarks
NOV.RAM
Remarks
EACH CODE (DIS.-O/U)
Page
1
2
112
Parameter
LOCK2
SRAM
1
FINAL
000.00
◎
〇
2
SP1
000.00
◎
〇
3
SP2
000.00
◎
〇
4
CPS
00.00
◎
〇
5
AFFC
098.00
6
OVER
0.00
◎
〇
7
UNDER
0.00
◎
〇
◎
〇
19.PARAMETER LIST
EACH CODE (DIS.-H/L)
Page
1
2
Parameter
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
1
FINAL
000.00
◎
〇
2
SP1
000.00
◎
〇
3
SP2
000.00
◎
〇
4
CPS
00.00
◎
〇
5
AFFC
098.00
6
HI
000.00
◎
〇
7
LO
000.00
◎
〇
Initial value
LOCK1
◎
NOV.RAM
Remarks
NOV.RAM
Remarks
〇
COMPARISON
Page
1
2
3
Parameter
1
COMP MODE SEL.
2
LOCK2
SRAM
HI-LO
COMP
◎
〇
COMP. INH. TIME
0.50 Sec
◎
〇
3
JUDGING TIME
1.50 Sec
◎
〇
4
COMPLETE OUT T.
3.00 Sec
◎
〇
5
AFFC
ON
◎
〇
6
CPS. COFFICIENT
1/1
◎
〇
7
AVG. CNT OF AFFC
4 Times
◎
〇
8
DIS. CONTROL MODE
FEEDING
◎
〇
9
COMPLETE SIG. OUT
JUDGING
TIME
◎
〇
10
OVER/UNDER COMP.
REGULARLY
◎
〇
11
HI/LO COMP. SEL
GROSS
◎
〇
12
NEAR ZERO COMP.
GROSS
◎
〇
13
PRESET TARE WGT.1
ON
◎
〇
14
NEAR ZERO
000.00
◎
〇
15
PRESET TARE WGT.2
000.00
◎
〇
113
19.PARAMETER LIST
OPERATION
Page
1
2
3
Parameter
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
1
DIGITAL FILTER
16 Times
◎
〇
2
ANALOG FILTER
6Hz
◎
〇
3
DISPLAY FREQ.
10 Times
◎
〇
4
MD(PERIOD)
1.5 Sec
◎
〇
5
MD(RANGE)
10CNT
◎
〇
6
ZT(PERIOD)
0.0 Sec
◎
〇
7
ZT(RANGE)
00CNT
◎
〇
8
CONTRAST 1
-----
〇
9
CONTRAST 2
70
〇
10
BACK LIGHT
10 Min
◎
〇
11
DISPLAY SELECT
HH,H,L,LL (*)
◎
〇
12
HI/LO OUT SEL
NORMAL
◎
〇
13
LOCK1
OFF
〇
14
LOCK2
OFF
〇
Remarks
(*) It changes with comparison modes. (See page 51.)
GRAPH
Page
1
2
Parameter
Initial value
1
GRAPHIC MODE
CONTINUITY
◎
〇
2
TRIGGER LEVEL
001.00
◎
〇
3
X END POINT
10 Sec
◎
〇
4
Y START POINT
000.00
◎
〇
5
Y END POINT
100.00
◎
〇
6
DRAWING WEIGHT
NET
◎
〇
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
Remarks
OPTION (In case of used BCD OUTPUT)
Page
1
114
Parameter
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
1
DATA UPDATE RATE
100 Times
◎
〇
2
OUTPUT WEIGHT
INDICATE
◎
〇
Remarks
19.PARAMETER LIST
OPTION (In case of used RS-232C)
Page
1
2
Parameter
1
COMM. MODE
2
BAUD RATE
3
LENGTH
4
PARITY BIT
5
STOP BIT
6
TERMINATOR
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
HAND SH.
◎
〇
9600bps
◎
〇
8bit
◎
〇
ODD
◎
〇
1bit
◎
〇
CR+LF
◎
〇
Remarks
OPTION (In case of used D/A OUTPUT)
Page
1
Parameter
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
1
D/A OUTPUT MODE
GROSS
◎
〇
2
VOL. ZERO OUTPUT
000.00
◎
〇
3
VOL.FULLSCA. OUT.
100.00
◎
〇
4
CUR. ZERO OUTPUT
000.00
◎
〇
5
CUR.FULLSCA. OUT.
100.00
◎
〇
Remarks
OPTION (In case of used RS-485)
Page
1
2
Parameter
1
COMM. MODE
2
BAUD RATE
3
LENGTH
4
PARITY BIT
5
STOP BIT
6
TERMINATOR
7
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
HAND SH.
◎
〇
9600bps
◎
〇
8bit
◎
〇
ODD
◎
〇
1bit
◎
〇
CR+LF
◎
〇
I/D
0000
◎
〇
8
TERMINAL RESISTOR
OFF
◎
〇
9
WIRE SELECT
2 WIRE
◎
〇
Remarks
115
19.PARAMETER LIST
SYSTEM
Page
1
2
Parameter
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
Remarks
1
ALL PARA. CLEAR
YES
Command
2
SELFCHECK DSP
YES
Command
3
SELFCHECK MEM
YES
Command
4
SELFCHECK KEY
YES
Command
5
SELFCHECK EXT
YES
Command
6
PASSWORD
0000
Command
7
LANGUAGE( 言語 )
日 (JPN)
◎
〇
CALIBRATION
Page
1
2
Parameter
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
Remarks
1
ZERO CAL.
0
◎
〇
Command
2
SPAN CAL.
100.00
◎
〇
Command
3
EQUIV. CAL.
3.000
◎
〇
Command
4
BALANCE WEIGHT
100.00
◎
〇
5
MIN. SCALE DIV.
0.01
◎
〇
6
NET OVER
999.99
◎
〇
7
GROSS OVER
999.99
◎
〇
8
UNIT DISPLAY
kg
◎
〇
9
DECIMAL PLACE
0.00
◎
〇
10
DZ REGULATION VAL
02.00
◎
〇
SEQUENCE MODE
Page
1
2
116
Parameter
Initial value
LOCK1
LOCK2
SRAM
NOV.RAM
1
SEQUENCE MODE
SIMPLE COMP.
◎
〇
2
ADJUST FEEDING
OFF
◎
〇
3
AT START NZ CONF.
OFF
◎
〇
4
AT START WV CONF.
OFF
◎
〇
5
ADJ.FEEDING TIME
1.00 Sec
◎
〇
6
AZ TIMES
01 Times
◎
〇
7
JUDGING TIMES
01 Times
◎
〇
Remarks
19.PARAMETER LIST
19-3. Parameter List (Alternatives & Setting Range)
EACH CODE (HI-LO COMP)
Page
1
Parameter
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
1
HH
INPUT
+/-00000 to +/-99999
2
HI
INPUT
+/-00000 to +/-99999
3
LO
INPUT
+/-00000 to +/-99999
4
LL
INPUT
+/-00000 to +/-99999
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
EACH CODE (DIS.-O/U)
Page
1
2
Parameter
1
FINAL
INPUT
00000 to 99999
2
SP1
INPUT
00000 to 99999
3
SP2
INPUT
00000 to 99999
4
CPS
INPUT
0000 to 9999
5
AFFC
INPUT
00000 to 99999
6
OVER
INPUT
00000 to 99999
7
UNDER
INPUT
00000 to 99999
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
EACH CODE (DIS.-H/L)
Page
1
2
Parameter
1
FINAL
INPUT
00000 to 99999
2
SP1
INPUT
00000 to 99999
3
SP2
INPUT
00000 to 99999
4
CPS
INPUT
0000 to 9999
5
AFFC
INPUT
00000 to 99999
6
HI
INPUT
+/-00000 to +/-99999
7
LO
INPUT
+/-00000 to +/-99999
117
19.PARAMETER LIST
COMPARISON
Page
1
2
3
118
Parameter
Type
SELECT
Alternatives・Setting range
1
COMP MODE SEL.
[ HI-LO COMP ] [ DIS.-O/U ]
[ DIS.-H/L ]
2
COMP. INH. TIME
INPUT
0.00 to 9.99
3
JUDGING TIME
INPUT
0.00 to 9.99
4
COMPLETE OUT T.
INPUT
0.00 to 9.99
5
AFFC
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
6
CPS. COFFICIENT
SELECT
[ 1/1 ] [ 3/4 ] [ 2/4 ] [ 1/4 ]
7
AVG. CNT OF AFFC
INPUT
1 to 9
8
DIS. CONTROL MODE
SELECT
[ FEEDING ] [ DISCHARGE ] [ EXTERNAL ]
9
COMPLETE SIG. OUT
SELECT
[ JUDGING TIME ] [ JUD.or STABLE ]
[ JUD.& STABLE ]
10
OVER/UNDER COMP.
SELECT
[ REGULARLY ] [ COMP. SIG. ]
[ EXT. IN ] [ COMP. SIG&H ]
11
HI/LO COMP. SEL
SELECT
[ GROSS ] [ NET ] [ COMP OFF ]
12
NEAR ZERO COMP.
SELECT
[ GROSS ][ NET ] [ COMP OFF ]
[ ABS GROSS ] [ ABS NET ]
13
PRESET TARE WGT.1
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
14
NEAR ZERO
INPUT
00000 to 99999
15
PRESET TARE WGT.1
INPUT
00000 to 99999
19.PARAMETER LIST
OPERATION
Page
1
2
3
Parameter
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
1
DIGITAL FILTER
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ 2 Times ] [ 4 Times ] [ 8 Times ]
[ 16 Times ] [ 32 Times ] [ 64 Times ]
[ 128 Times ] [ 256 Times ]
2
ANALOG FILTER
SELECT
[ 2Hz ] [ 4Hz ] [ 6Hz ] [ 8Hz ]
3
MD(PERIOD)
INPUT
0.0 to 9.9
4
MD(RANGE)
INPUT
00 to 99
5
DISPLAY FREQ.
INPUT
01 to 10
6
ZT(PERIOD)
INPUT
0.0 to 9.9
7
ZT(RANGE)
INPUT
00 to 99
8
CONTRAST 1
SELECT
[ UP ] [ DOWN ]
9
CONTRAST 2
SELECT
[ PLUS ] [ MINUS ]
10
BACK LIGHT
INPUT
00 to 99
11
DISPLAY SELECT
SELECT
12
HI/LO OUT SEL
SELECT
[ NORMAL ] [ COMPARATOR ]
13
LOCK1
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
14
LOCK2
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
[ F,SP1-3 ] [ F,SP3,H,L ]
[ F,SP3,T,Z ] (*)
(*) It changes with comparison modes. (See page 51.)
GRAPH
Page
1
2
Parameter
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
1
GRAPHIC MODE
SELECT
[ CONTINUITY ] [ SINGLE ] [ LEVEL ]
2
TRIGGER LEVEL
INPUT
00000 to 99999
3
X END POINT
INPUT
2 to 98
4
Y START POINT
INPUT
+/-00000 to +/-99999
5
Y END POINT
INPUT
+/-00000 to +/-99999
6
DRAWING WEIGHT
SELECT
[ GROSS ] [ NET ]
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19.PARAMETER LIST
OPTION (In case of used BCD OUTPUT)
Page
1
Parameter
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
1
DATA UPDATE RATE
SELECT
[ 100 Times ] [ 50 Times ] [ 20 Times ]
[ 10 Times ] [ 5 Times ] [ 2 Times ]
2
OUTPUT WEIGHT
SELECT
[ INDICATE ] [ GROSS ] [ NET ]
OPTION (In case of used RS-232C)
Page
1
2
Parameter
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
1
COMM. MODE
SELECT
[ HAND SH. ] [ CONTINUITY ] [ AT PRINT ]
2
BAUD RATE
SELECT
[ 1200 ] [ 2400 ] [ 4800 ] [ 9600 ] [ 19200 ]
3
LENGTH
SELECT
[ 7bit ] [ 8bit ]
4
PARITY BIT
SELECT
[ NONE ] [ ODD ] [ EVEN ]
5
STOP BIT
SELECT
[ 1bit ] [ 2bit ]
6
TERMINATOR
SELECT
[ CR ] [ CR+LF ]
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
OPTION (In case of used D/A OUTPUT)
Page
1
120
Parameter
1
D/A OUTPUT MODE
SELECT
[ GROSS ] [ NET ] [ 0V FIX ]
[ 10V FIX ] [ 4mA FIX ] [ 20mA FIX ]
2
VOL. ZERO OUTPUT
INPUT
00000 to 99999
3
VOL.FULLSCA. OUT.
INPUT
00000 to 99999
4
CUR. ZERO OUTPUT
INPUT
00000 to 99999
5
CUR.FULLSCA. OUT.
INPUT
00000 to 99999
19.PARAMETER LIST
OPTION (In case of used RS-485)
Page
1
2
Parameter
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
[ HAND SH. ]
1
COMM. MODE
SELECT
2
BAUD RATE
SELECT
3
LENGTH
SELECT
[ 7bit ] [ 8bit ]
4
PARITY BIT
SELECT
[ NONE ] [ ODD ] [ EVEN ]
5
STOP BIT
SELECT
[ 1bit ] [ 2bit ]
6
TERMINATOR
SELECT
[ CR ] [ CR+LF ]
7
I/D
INPUT
0000 to 9999
8
TERMINAL RESISTOR
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
9
WIRE SELECT
SELECT
[ 2 WIRE ] [ 4 WIRE ]
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
[ 1200 ] [ 2400 ] [ 4800 ] [ 9600 ] [ 19200 ]
SYSTEM
Page
1
2
Parameter
1
ALL PARA. CLEAR
SELECT
[ YES ] [ NO]
2
SELFCHECK DSP
SELECT
[ YES ] [ NO]
3
SELFCHECK MEM
SELECT
[ YES ] [ NO]
4
SELFCHECK KEY
SELECT
[ YES ] [ NO]
5
SELFCHECK EXT
SELECT
[ YES ] [ NO]
6
PASSWORD
INPUT
0000 to 9999
7
LANGUAGE( 言語 )
SELECT
日 (JPN) , 英 (ENG)
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19.PARAMETER LIST
CALIBRATION
Page
1
2
Parameter
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
1
ZERO CAL.
SELECT
[ OK ]
2
SPAN CAL.
INPUT
00001 to 99999
3
EQUIV. CAL.
INPUT
(VOL.) 0.001 to 3.000
(WEIGHT) 00001 to 99999
4
BALANCE WEIGHT
INPUT
00001 to 99999
5
MIN. SCALE DIV.
INPUT
001 to 100
6
NET OVER
INPUT
00000 to 99999
7
GROSS OVER
INPUT
00000 to 99999
8
UNIT DISPLAY
SELECT
[ NONE ] [ kg][t ] [ g ] [ N ] [ lb ]
9
DECIMAL PLACE
SELECT
[ NONE ] [ 0.0 ] [ 0.00 ] [ 0.000 ]
10
DZ REGULATION VAL
INPUT
0000 to 9999
Type
Alternatives・Setting range
SEQUENCE MODE
Page
1
2
122
Parameter
1
SEQUENCE MODE
SELECT
[ SIMPLE COMP. ] [ SEQUENCE ]
2
ADJUST FEEDING
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
3
AT START NZ CONF.
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
4
AT START WV CONF.
SELECT
[ OFF ] [ ON ]
5
ADJ.FEEDING TIME
INPUT
0.00 to 9.99
6
AZ TIMES
INPUT
00 to 99
7
JUDGING TIMES
INPUT
00 to 99
20.SPECIFICATIONS
20. SPECIFICATIONS
20-1. Analog Section
Load cell excitation
DC10V+/-5%
Load cell current
within 120mA (Up to four 350Ωloadcells can be driven.)
Load cell cabling
6-wire standard, 4-wire with remote sensing.
Signal input range
-0.2 to 3.0mV/V
Zero adjusting range
-0.2 to 3.0mV/V
Accuracy
Nonlinearity
Zero drift
Gain drift
Noise
Within 0.02%FS +/-1digit
(When 3mV/V is input)
Within 0.25μV/ ℃ RTI
Within 25ppm/ ℃
Within 0.2μVp-p RTI
A/Dconverter
Speed
Resolution
100 times/sec.
16bit (binary)
Analog filter
Bessel type low-pass filter (-12dB/oct)
Cutoff frequency 2Hz,4Hz,6Hz,8Hz
(Selectable by setting)
Calibration
Equivalent input calibration and actual load calibration
20-2. Display Section
Display
STN color LCD module (display area 56mm × 75mm)
320 dots × 240 dots
Weight value display
5-digit
Sign: Minus sign display
Minimum scale division
Can be set in the range of 1 to 100.
Decimal point
8 8. 8. 8. 8 The display position can be set.
Over scale
A/D converter input over “LOAD”
A/D converter input minus over “-LOAD”
Net weight exceeding the “NET OVER” setting: “NET
OVER”
Gross weight exceeding the “GROSS OVER” setting:
“GROSS OVER”
Unit display
lb, N, Kg, g, t, or NONE is selectable.
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20.SPECIFICATIONS
Status display
NET - - - - - - - - Lights when the net is displayed.
GROSS - - - - - - Lights when the gross is displayed.
HOLD - - - - - - - Lights in holding.
STAB - - - - - - - Lights at stable-time.
ZT - - - - - - - - - Lights in zero tracking.
ZALM- - - - - - - Lights when the zero alarm signal is ON.
NZ - - - - - - - - - Lights when the near zero signal is ON.
*1
HH - - - - - - - - - Lights when the hi-hi limit signal is ON.
*1
HI- - - - - - - - - - Lights when the high limit signal is ON.
*1
GO - - - - - - - - - Lights when the preset low limit value ≦ weight value ≦
preset high limit value.
*1
LO - - - - - - - - - Lights when the low limit signal is ON.
*1
LL - - - - - - - - - Lights when the lo-lo limit signal is ON.
*2
SP1 - - - - - - - - - Lights when the final weight – SP1 ≧ net weight .
(in the simple comparison mode)
*2
SP2 - - - - - - - - - Lights when the final weight – SP2 ≧ net weight.
(in the simple comparison mode)
*2
SP3 - - - - - - - - - Lights when the final weight – CPS ≧ net weight .
(in the simple comparison mode)
*2
COMP- - - - - - - Lights when the completion signal is ON.
*3
OVER - - - - - - - Lights when the overweight signal is ON.
*3
UNDER- - - - - - Lights when the underweight signal is ON.
*4
HI- - - - - - - - - - Lights when the high limit signal is ON.
*4
LO - - - - - - - - - Lights when the low limit signal is ON.
* 1 - - - - - - - Displayed only in the high/low limit comparison mode.
* 2 - - - - - - - Displayed only in the final discharge mode.
* 3 - - - - - - - Displayed only in the final discharge–overweight/underweight
comparison mode.
* 4 - - - - - - - Displayed only in the final discharge–high/low limit
comparison mode.
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20.SPECIFICATIONS
20-3. Setting section
How to set
Set by touch panel operation (with a key click buzzer).
External setting can also be made by mounting some
options, such as RS-232C.
Memory of set values
Initial values: NOVRAM (nonvolatile RAM)
Other values: Lithium-battery-backed-up C-MOS RAM
(The memory life is approx. 7 years or more, which varies
depending on the operating conditions and storage
environment.)
Protection of set values
Setting operation can be prohibited to prevent changes by
misoperation. (LOCK1, LOCK2)
BCD data output
Open collector output
The output rate can be changed.
20-4. Option
RS-232C communications interface
Asynchronous communication method
Baud rate 1200bps to 19200bps
RS-485 communications interface
The communications conditions are the same as the RS232C.
D/A converter
Voltage output
Current output
0 to 10V
4 to 20mA
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20.SPECIFICATIONS
20-5. External Input / Output
Terminal block input/output
Loadcell input
+EXC
+S
-S
-EXC
+SIG
-SIG
SI/F output
Connector output (adaptable jack: Fujitsu FCN-361J024-AU or equivalent)
◆ Output
* The high/low limit comparison mode or final discharge mode is
selected by setting.
In the high/low limit comparison mode
HH
(Hi-hi limit)
HI
(High limit)
GO
(Proper weight)
LO
(Low limit)
LL
(Lo-lo limit)
NZ
(Near zero)
ERR
(Weight error)
STAB
(Stable)
In the final discharge mode
SP1
SP2
SP3
END
(Complete)
OVER/HI
(Overweight/high limit) * Selectable by setting.
UNDER/LO (Underweight/low limit) * Selectable by setting.
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NZ
(Near zero)
ERR
(Weight error or sequence error)
STAB
(Stable)
20.SPECIFICATIONS
◆ Input
DZ
(Digital zero)
TARE ON
(Tare subtraction)
TARE OFF
(Tare subtraction reset)
HOLD/JUDGE
(Hold or judgment)
F/D
(Feeding/discharge selection)
G/N
(Display selection)
CODE0
(Code 0)
CODE1
(Code 1)
CODE2
(Code 2)
START
(Start)
STOP
(Stop)
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20.SPECIFICATIONS
20-6. General Performance
Required power supply
AC spec.
DC spec.
Power consumption
AC spec.
DC spec.
Operating conditions
Temperature
Humidity
AC100V to AC240V (+10% -15%)
[Free power supply 50/60Hz]
DC12V to DC24V ( ± 15%)
(Depending on the request at the time of order)
12W (28VA) max
20W max
Operating temperature range :0 ℃ to +40 ℃
Storage temperature range :-20 ℃ to +60 ℃
80%RH or less (non-condensing)
Outer dimensions
100W × 96H × 135D (mm) (not including projections)
Weight
Approx.1.0kg
About the power cable
・The power cable attached to this product as standard equipment can be
used in the AC100V power supply in Japan. (Official ratings voltage
AC125V)
Please use the power cable authorized in the country when you use this
product outside Japan.
・Our company sells following resistance pressure cable AC250V (European
standard product) separately.
Please purchase it from us when you need after confirming its plug shape/
voltage.
CAAC3P-CEE7/7-B2 : CEE7/7 Plug cable (2m)
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20.SPECIFICATIONS
20-7. External Input Connector
Terminal block
1
SI/F
2
SI/F
3
+EXC
4
+S
5
-S
6
-EXC
7
+SIG
8
-SIG
Connector (FCN-365P024-AU, adaptable jack: FCN-361J024-AU or equivalent)
A1
COM
B1
COM
A2
HH/SP1
B2
CODE0
A3
HI/OVER
B3
CODE1
A4
GO/SP2
B4
CODE2
A5
LO/UNDER
B5
G/N
A6
LL/SP3
B6
DZ
A7
END
B7
TARE ON
A8
NZ
B8
TARE OFF
A9
STAB
B9
HOLD/JUDGE
A10
ERR
B10
F/D
A11
IND
B11
START
B12
STOP
A12
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Tokyo Branch
3-12-9 Asagaya minami,suginami-city,Tokyo 166-0004 JAPAN
Takemotodenki Corporation
Tel.81-3-3392-6311 Fax.81-3-3392-7151
Head Office ・Factory
3-5-11 Tagawa,Yodogawa-city,Osaka 532-0027 JAPAN
Tel.81-6-6300-2112 Fax.81-6-6308-7766
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