5230 (Truck Weigher) Digital Indicator Operator Manual

5230 (Truck Weigher) Digital Indicator Operator Manual
5230
(Truck Weigher)
Digital Indicator
Operator Manual
For use with Software Versions 2.0 and above
5200-602-170
5230 Operator Manual 5200-602-170
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errors or omissions and disclaims responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use of
the information provided herein.
“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”
- Albert Einstein -
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Table Of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................... 4
1.1. Approvals ................................................................................................ 4
1.2. Features.................................................................................................. 4
1.3. Manuals .................................................................................................. 4
SAFETY............................................................................................................. 4
2.1. Operating Environment........................................................................... 4
2.2. Cleaning ................................................................................................. 4
BASIC OPERATION ......................................................................................... 5
3.1. User Interface Display and Controls ....................................................... 5
3.2. Keypad Buttons ...................................................................................... 5
3.3. Auxiliary Display ..................................................................................... 8
3.4. Status Annunciators ............................................................................... 8
BASIC WEIGHING ............................................................................................ 9
4.1. Normal Weighing .................................................................................... 9
4.1.1. Print Currently Displayed Weight ............................................... 9
4.2. Managing IDs.......................................................................................... 9
4.2.1. Display Total for Most Recent ID ................................................ 9
4.2.2. Search 10 Most Recent IDs ....................................................... 9
4.2.3. Search All IDs........................................................................... 10
4.2.4. Print All Truck/Product/Dest ID Totals ..................................... 10
4.2.5. Print and Clear All ID Totals ..................................................... 10
4.2.6. Create New ID .......................................................................... 11
4.2.7. Delete ID .................................................................................. 11
TRUCK ID OPERATIONS............................................................................... 12
5.1. Single Axle Weighing ........................................................................... 12
5.1.1. First Weigh (Single Axle).......................................................... 13
5.1.2. Second Weigh (Single Axle) .................................................... 14
5.1.3. Preset Tare Truck Weigh (Single Axle).................................... 15
5.2. Multiple or Variable Axle Weighing ....................................................... 16
5.2.1. First Weigh (Multiple / Variable Axles) ..................................... 17
5.2.2. Second Weigh (Multiple / Variable Axles) ................................ 18
5.3. Batching Process (Remote Fill) ............................................................ 19
ERROR MESSAGES ...................................................................................... 20
DIAGNOSTIC ERRORS.................................................................................. 20
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1. Introduction
The Rinstrum 5230 is a precision industrial digital indicator using the latest
technology to ensure fast and accurate weight readings. The 5230 has been
optimised for truck weighing applications and is capable of storing information on
up to 200 truck/product/destination IDs.
1.1. Approvals
• C-tick approved
• CE, OIML and NSC approved
1.2.
•
•
•
•
Features
20mm alpha-numeric LCD display
Single, multiple and variable axle weighings
Truck, Product and Destination totalisation
Real Time Clock and Calendar
1.3. Manuals
For more information on the 5230 Truck Weigher, refer to the 5230 Digital
Indicator Reference Manual, 5230 Quick Start Manual, 5230 Applications
Manual or the 5230 Communications Manual (available from
www.rinstrum.com).
2. Safety
2.1.
•
•
•
Operating Environment
Operating Temperature: –10 to 50°C
Humidity: <90% non-condensing
Operating Voltage: Shown on Rating Plate
2.2. Cleaning
To clean the instrument, never use harsh abrasive cleaners or solvents on the
keyboard. Wipe the instrument with a soft cloth slightly dampened with either
methylated spirits or warm soapy water.
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3. Basic Operation
3.1. User Interface Display and Controls
3.2. Keypad Buttons
Key
Description
ZERO: The <ZERO> key is used to perform a zero adjustment on the
scale display when an empty scale has drifted away from a true zero
reading. The zero adjustment is stored by the 5230 when power is
removed and is re-used when next powered up. The amount of weight
that may be cancelled by the <ZERO> key is limited via a setting in the
Setup of the unit.
De-Zero: A two second press of the <ZERO> key clears the zero
setting. This function is not available in Trade mode.
FIRST: The <FIRST> key is used to store the first truck weight. An
existing Truck ID can be selected or a new Truck ID created during this
procedure.
When a first weight has been successfully stored the instrument
displays the FIRST STORED message and then alternates the weight
and the DRIVE OFF message. The weight must go below the truck
minimum weight before any further operation can be performed.
If another first weigh is attempted on a Truck ID (prior to the second
weigh), the message FIRST EXISTS will display and then CONT N.
Use the <FIND> key to switch between N (No) and Y (Yes). Press
<ACCEPT/OK> to accept your choice.
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Key
Description
SECOND: After the first weight is stored the <SECOND> key is used
to store the second truck weight. The first truck weight is subtracted
from the second truck weight. During the second weigh procedure the
instrument may also prompt for a Product ID and/or Destination ID
(depending on the Setup of the unit). An existing Product ID or
Destination ID can be selected or new IDs can be created during this
procedure.
Preset Tare Weight: The <SECOND> key can also be used to set a
Preset Tare weight. When the <SECOND> key is pressed without
previously storing a first weight, the instrument will prompt for a Preset
Tare weight. The Preset Tare weight is manually entered via the
numeric keypad and will take the place of a stored first weight.
PRINT: If a printer or computer has been attached to the 5230 and the
manual print function selected, the <PRINT> key will trigger an output
of the current weight reading.
ACCEPT/OK: The <ACCEPT/OK> key is used to accept commands
and continue to the next step.
REPORT Truck, Product or Dest
Short Press(s): Where data entry is required, these keys will cycle
through the alphanumeric characters on the key.
Long Press: A long press of any of these keys will report the Total
data on that key (eg. Total (TOT) of the current Truck (TRK), Product
(PRO) or Destination (DST)). The display will alternate between the
specific ID and the Total (TOT) for that ID.
Note: In setup when the Products or Destinations fields have been
set to Not Stored, a long press of the Product or Dest keys will result
in the message NO PROD or NO DEST.
TARGET
Short Press(s): Where data entry is required, this key will cycle
through the alphanumeric characters on the key.
Long Press: A long press of the <TARGET> key is used to adjust
setpoint targets.
Active Setpoints: LIM.1 to LIM.4
Fill Material Setpoints: PRE.MED and PRE.FST
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Key
Description
ID: The <ID> key is used to set the Reference ID or Sequence ID.
Short Press(s): Where data entry is required, this key will cycle
through the alphanumeric characters on the key.
Long Press: A long press of the <ID> key will access the REF.ID /
SEQ.ID settings. Pressing the <FIND> key will switch between REF.ID
and SEQ.ID. In each setting the display will alternate with the current
setting.
REF.ID (Reference ID) : The Reference ID can contain up to six
numeric characters and can be used to identify a series of printouts if a
Fixed 1, 2 or 3 type has been configured.
The Reference ID can be altered by entering a new number on the
numeric keypad and then pressing the <ACCEPT/OK> key accept
your choice. Press the <ESC/C> to return to normal operation.
SEQ.ID (Sequence ID): The Sequence ID can contain up to six
numeric characters and is a sequential counter that is incremented
with every printout up to a maximum of 999999 (after which the counter
cycles back to zero). The SEQ.ID can only be viewed (not changed)
using the <ID> key. The SEQ.ID can only be changed in full setup.
FIND: The <FIND> key is used in conjunction with other keys to find
and/or create Truck IDs, Product IDs and Destination IDs.
When entering alphanumeric characters (eg. creating Truck IDs) this
key can also be used to insert a space (eg. TRK 1).
Escape/Clear Key
Short Press(s):
The <ESC/C> key is used as an undo key during editing
When Managing IDs this key is used in conjunction with other keys to
clear entries or totals and/or delete Truck IDs, Product IDs and
Destination IDs.
Long Press: Press and hold the <ESC/C> key for two seconds to
clear all of the current keypad entries and revert to normal operation.
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3.3. Auxiliary Display
Code
1ST
2ND
AXL
DST
ID
LIN
PRO
SPN
TGT
TOT
TRK
ZER
Description
Zero Band: Lit when the displayed weight is within the zero dead
band setting.
First Weigh
Second Weigh
Axles: Lit when setting the number of axles.
Example: If 2 axles are set, the auxiliary display will show 1-2 (when
weighing axle 1 of 2) or 2-2 (when weighing axle 2 of 2).
Destination ID
Ref.ID and Seq.ID
Linearisation Point
Product ID
Span Calibration or Direct Mv/V Span Calibration
Target
Total
Truck ID
Zero Calibration or Direct Mv/V Zero
3.4. Status Annunciators
Status Annunciators are a number of small triangles that show the
status of the displayed reading.
Annunciator
ZERO
GROSS
NET
MOTION
Meaning
Lit when the displayed reading is within ± ¼ of a division of
true zero.
Lit when the display reading represents GROSS weight.
Not used in the 5230.
Lit when the displayed reading is not stable.
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4. Basic Weighing
4.1. Normal Weighing
• Ensure instrument is On and zero annunciator is lit.
• Place your item on the weigh platform.
• Read the weight display.
4.1.1. Print Currently Displayed Weight
• Press the <PRINT> key.
• Depending on the setup, the unit may prompt with ENTER ID. If prompted, enter
a user defined ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept your choice and return to normal
operation.
4.2. Managing IDs
Procedures for all IDs are essentially the same except for the key pressed to
instigate the procedure. In these procedures unless otherwise noted, Truck,
Product and Destination IDs will be referred to in the singular as ID.
In the following procedures <TRUCK, PRODUCT or
DEST> refers to these keys.
4.2.1. Display Total for Most Recent ID
• Press and hold the <TRUCK, PRODUCT or DEST> key for two seconds. The
most recent ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to return to the normal display.
4.2.2. Search 10 Most Recent IDs
• Press and hold the <TRUCK, PRODUCT or DEST> key for two seconds. The
most recent ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Press <FIND> to step through the 10 most recent IDs.
• When the desired ID is located, press <ACCEPT/OK> to select it.
The ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to return to the normal display.
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4.2.3. Search All IDs
• Press and hold the <TRUCK, PRODUCT or DEST> key for two seconds. The
most recent ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Press the <FIND> key.
• Enter the first character of the ID to find. If there are no IDs beginning with the
character entered, the display will show the character followed by dashes (eg.
A - - - - -).
• Press the <FIND> key to step through all IDs starting with that
character.
• When the desired ID is located, press <ACCEPT/OK> to select it.
The ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to return to the normal display.
4.2.4. Print All Truck/Product/Dest ID Totals
• Press and hold the <TRUCK, PRODUCT or DEST> key for two seconds. The
most recent ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Press the <PRINT> key. Totals for all IDs will print.
4.2.5. Print and Clear All ID Totals
• Press and hold the <TRUCK, PRODUCT or DEST> key for two seconds. The
most recent ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Press and hold the <PRINT> key for two seconds. Totals for all IDs
will print.
• The unit will prompt to clear the totals with CLR N. The <FIND> key to
switches between N (No) and Y (Yes).
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept your choice and return to normal
operation.
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4.2.6. Create New ID
• Press and hold the <TRUCK, PRODUCT or DEST> key for two seconds. The
most recent ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Press and hold the <FIND> key for two seconds.
• Enter the ID name.
• Press the <ACCEPT/OK> key to create the ID. The ID and the current
total weight reading (zero) will display alternately.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to return to the normal display.
4.2.7. Delete ID
A Truck ID can only be deleted if the total is zero. The error message NOT
CLEAR will display if an attempt is made to delete an ID where the total is not zero.
• Press and hold the <TRUCK, PRODUCT or DEST> key for two seconds. The
most recent ID and the current total weight reading will display alternately.
• Use a Search method noted previously to display the ID to be deleted.
• Press and hold the <ESC/C> key for two seconds.
• The unit will prompt to delete the ID with DEL N. The <FIND> key to switches
between N (No) and Y (Yes).
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to delete the ID. The unit will display dashes
(ie. - - - - - -).
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to return to normal operation.
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5. Truck ID Operations
These procedures describe operations in their basic form and assume Instrument
Defaults are set, Fixed printer type is configured and Product and Destination IDs
will be used.
Manual or Auto Axle Weighing: These procedures describe manual weighings
(accepted by the operator). Auto Weighing procedures are basically the same
except weights (after no motion) and printing would be automatically accepted.
(Auto steps are marked with **)
5.1. Single Axle Weighing
NOTE: The reverse procedure could also be used
(ie. 1st Weigh = Full and 2nd Weigh = Empty).
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5.1.1. First Weigh (Single Axle)
• Press the <FIRST> key.
• Use a search method to display the Truck ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed Truck ID.
• The unit displays TRUCK and the accepted Truck ID.
• The unit then displays the current weight and DRIVE ON alternately. Auxiliary
display shows 1ST.
• The truck drives on the scale.
• When the weight is stable, press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the first
weight. (**Auto Weighings: No motion weight is automatically
accepted.)
• With Fixed printer the unit alternates the prompts PRINT.? and
STORE.?. Press <PRINT> to store/ print the result. Press
<ACCEPT/OK> to only store the result. The unit displays either
or
PRINT or FIRST STORED, depending on the operation selected.
(**Auto Weighings: Unit briefly displays PRINT.)
• The unit then displays the current weight and DRIVE OFF alternately. Auxiliary
display shows 1ST. The weight must go below the truck minimum weight
before any further operation can be performed.
• The truck drives off the scale.
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5.1.2. Second Weigh (Single Axle)
• Press the <SECOND> key.
• Use a Search method to display the Truck ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed Truck ID.
• The unit then prompts for a Product ID. Use a Search method to display the
Product ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed Product ID.
• The unit then prompts for a Destination ID. Use a Search method to display the
Destination ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed Destination ID.
• The unit displays TRUCK and the accepted Truck ID.
• The unit then displays the current weight and DRIVE ON alternately. Auxiliary
display shows 2ND.
• The truck drives on the scale.
• When the weight is stable, press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the second
weight. (**Auto Weighings: No motion weight is automatically
accepted.)
• With a Fixed printer settings type configured, the unit will display PRINT and
then print and store the result.
• The unit then displays the current weight and DRIVE OFF alternately. Auxiliary
display shows 2ND. The weight must go below the truck minimum weight before
any further operation can be performed.
• The truck drives off the scale.
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5.1.3. Preset Tare Truck Weigh (Single Axle)
• Press the <SECOND> key.
• Select a truck ID with no current first weight.
• Use a Search method to display the Truck ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept displayed Truck ID.
• The unit then prompts for a Product ID. Use a Search method to display the
Product ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept displayed Product ID.
• The unit then prompts for a Destination ID. Use a Search method to display the
Destination ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed Destination ID.
• The unit then displays six digits where the preset tare weight can be entered.
Auxiliary display shows PT. Enter the weight to be used for the preset tare.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the preset tare weight.
• The unit displays TRUCK and the accepted Truck ID.
• The unit then displays the current weight and DRIVE ON alternately. Auxiliary
display shows 2ND.
• The truck drives on the scale.
• When the weight is stable, press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the second
weight. (**Auto Weighings: No motion weight is automatically
accepted.)
• With a Fixed printer settings type configured, the unit will display PRINT and
then print and store the result.(**Auto Weighings: Unit briefly displays PRINT.)
• The unit then displays the current weight and DRIVE OFF alternately. Auxiliary
display shows 2ND. The weight must go below the truck minimum weight before
any further operation can be performed.
• The truck drives off the scale.
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5.2. Multiple or Variable Axle Weighing
NOTE: The reverse procedure could also be used
(ie. 1st Weigh = Full and 2nd Weigh = Empty).
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5.2.1. First Weigh (Multiple / Variable Axles)
(Max 10 Axles)
• Press the <FIRST> key.
• Use a Search method to display the Truck ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed Truck ID.
• Auxiliary display shows AXL. Enter the number of axles (maximum 10) from the
numeric keypad. (This example = 2)
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed number of axles.
• The unit displays TRUCK and the accepted Truck ID.
• The unit then displays the current weight and AXLE 1 alternately. The auxiliary
display shows 1-2 (axle 1 of 2).
• The truck drives on the scale to the first axle.
• When the weight is stable, press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the first
axle weight. (**Auto Weighings: No motion weight is automatically
accepted.)
• The unit then displays the current weight and AXLE 2 alternately. The auxiliary
display shows 2-2 (axle 2 of 2).
• The truck drives on the scale to the second axle.
• When the weight is stable, press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the second
axle weight. (**Auto Weighings: No motion weight is automatically
accepted.)
• With Fixed printer the unit alternates the prompts PRINT.? and
STORE.?. Press <PRINT> to store and print the result. Press
<ACCEPT/OK> to only store the result. The unit displays either PRINT or
or FIRST STORED, depending on the operation selected.
(**Auto Weighings: Unit briefly displays PRINT.)
• The unit then displays the current weight and DRIVE OFF alternately. The
weight must go below the truck minimum weight before any further operation can
be performed.
• The truck drives off the scale.
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5.2.2. Second Weigh (Multiple / Variable Axles)
(Max 10 Axles)
Multiple Axles: Unit will not prompt for the number of axles.
Variable Axles: Unit will prompt for the number of axles.
• Press the <SECOND> key.
• Use a Search method to display the Truck ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed Truck ID.
• The unit then prompts for a Product ID. Use a Search method to display the
Product ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the displayed Product ID.
• The unit then prompts for a Destination ID. Use a Search method to display the
Destination ID.
• Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept displayed Destination ID.
• If Variable Axles have been set the unit prompts for number of axles and
auxiliary display will show AXL.
• The unit displays TRUCK and the accepted Truck ID.
• The unit then displays the current weight and AXLE 1 alternately. Auxiliary
display shows 1-2 (axle 1 of 2).
• The truck drives on the scale to the first axle.
• When the weight is stable, press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the first
axle weight. (**Auto Weighings: No motion weight is automatically
accepted.)
• The unit then displays the current weight and AXLE 2 alternately. Auxiliary
display shows 2-2 (axle 2 of 2).
• The truck drives on the scale to the second axle.
• When the weight is stable, press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the second
axle weight. (**Auto Weighings: No motion weight is automatically
accepted.)
• With a fixed printer settings type configured, the unit will display PRINT and then
print and store the result.
• The unit then displays the current weight and DRIVE OFF alternately. The
weight must go below the truck minimum weight before any further operation can
be performed.
• The truck drives off the scale.
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5.3. Batching Process (Remote Fill)
The Target settings are accessed with a long press of the <TARGET> key. Refer
to TARGET page 6.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The truck should be on the scale.
Press the <REMOTE> key (previously defined in Setup as a FILL input) .
Accept the correct Truck and also Product and Destination (if applicable).
Enter the target weight for the current truck using the numeric keypad. This is
the slow fill target for Setpoint 1.
Press <ACCEPT/OK> to accept the target weight.
The FILL prompt will flash on the display, alternating with the current weight.
Press the <REMOTE> key (FILL input) again. This starts the fill process,
assuming interlocks are in place and the minimum weight is on the scale.
The message FIRST STORED displays to indicate the truck weight has been
stored. The accepted IDs will then flash on the display, alternating with the
current weight.
The filling procedure runs and the Range/Output Display will reflect the current
configuration.
To pause the batch operation press the <REMOTE> key (FILL input). The
message PAUSE OPER displays alternately with the last accepted ID and the
current weight. Another press of the same <REMOTE> key will restart the
operation.
To abort the batch operation press the <ESC/C> key for two seconds.
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6. Error Messages
Error
(U - - - - -)
(O - - - - -)
(ZERO)
(ERROR)
(STABLE)
(ERROR)
(PRINT)
(ERROR)
(QA)
(DUE)
Description
Weight is below minimum
allowable weight reading.
Weight is above maximum
allowable weight reading.
Weight is beyond limit set for Zero
operation.
Scale motion has prevented a
<FIRST>, <SECOND> or
<PRINT> operation from occurring.
A printer problem has prevented
the printout from being completed.
Quality assurance testing is due.
Resolution
Increase weight or check setup.
Check condition of load cell
connections and for damaged
load cell.
Check setup.
Try the operation again once
the scale is stable.
Look for loss of printer power,
no paper or cable fault.
Press any key to clear the
warning for one hour.
7. Diagnostic Errors
Error
E0001
E0002
E0004
Description
Action
Power supply voltage too low.
Check supply
Power supply voltage too high.
Check scale / cables
Load cell excitation voltage too low.
Check scale / supply
(8 volts for up to 12 x 350 ohm load cells)
E0008
Load cell excitation voltage too high.
Check scale / supply
(8 volts for up to 12 x 350 ohm load cells)
E0010
Temperature outside limits.
Check location
(–10 to +50°C ambient)
E0020
Scale build incorrect.
Fix up scale build
(100 to 100000 grads).
E0040
Positive sense line not connected.
Check connection
E0080
Negative sense line not connected.
Check connection
E00C0
Neither sense line is connected.
Check connection
E0100
Digital setup information lost.
Re-enter setup
E0200
Calibration information lost.
Re-calibrate
E0300
All setup information lost.
Enter setup & calibrate
E0400
Factory information lost.
Service
E0800
EEPROM memory chip failed.
Service
The E type error messages are additive. For example, E0005(0001+0004)
indicates that both Excitation and Power Supply Voltage are low. The numbers
add in hexadecimal as follows:
1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-A-B-C-D-E-F
(For example, 2 + 4 = 6, or 4 + 8 = C)
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