F701-C WEIGHING CONTROLLER

F701-C WEIGHING CONTROLLER
F701-C
WEIGHING CONTROLLER
OPERATION MANUAL
07 Jun. 2012
Rev. 1.14
Introduction
Introduction
We appreciate your kind purchase of F701-C Weighing Controller.
To take full advantage of high performance of F701-C, thoroughly read this operating
manual first before use and understand the explanations contained herein for correct
operating procedures.
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
Be sure to read for safety.
In order to have an F701-C Weighing Controller used safely, notes I would like you to surely
follow divide into
WARNING
and
CAUTION
, and are indicated by the following
documents. Notes indicated here are the serious contents related safely. Please use after
understanding the contents well.
WARNING
Misuse may cause the risk of death or serious
injury to persons.
CAUTION
Misuse may cause the risk of injury to persons
or damage to property.
Safety Precautions
WARNING
● Use F701-C with correct supply voltage.
● Do not carry out the direct file of the commercial power supply to a signal input terminal.
● Carefully check wiring, etc. before applying power.
● Do not disassemble the main body for modifications or repair.
● Be sure to ground the protective ground terminal.
● When smoke, a nasty smell, or strange sound, please shut off a power supply
immediately and extract a power supply cable.
● Do not install in the following environments.
- Places containing corrosive gas or flammable gas.
- Where the product may be splashed with water, oil or chemicals.
● About the built-in lithium battery
Never disassemble, deform under pressure or throw the battery
into fire.The battery may explode, catch fire or leak.
- Battery
Model : CR14250SE made by SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
Nominal voltage : 3V
Nominal electric capacity : 850mAh
Safety Precautions
CAUTION
● 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.
● Take an interval of more than 5 seconds when repeating ON/OFF.
● 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.
● Use shielded cables for the connection of strain gauge type sensor, displacement
sensor, External input and output or options.
● 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.
- Where the temperature and/or humidity exceeds the range in the specifications.
- Places with large quantities of salt or iron powder.
- Where the main body is directly affected by vibration or shock.
● Do not use it, broken down.
● When you send F701-C by repair etc., please take sufficient measures against a shock.
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION .................................................1
1-1.Front Panel .................................................................................................... 1
1-2.Rear Panel ..................................................................................................... 6
2.CONNECTION ............................................................................8
2-1.Load cell Connection ................................................................................... 8
2-1-1.6-wire Connection ........................................................................................ 10
2-1-2.4-wire Connection ........................................................................................ 10
2-1-3.Connecting Load cells in Parallel ............................................................... 11
2-2.Connection of the Power Input Terminals ............................................... 12
2-3.Connection of the Guard Ground ............................................................. 12
2-4.SI/F Connection .......................................................................................... 12
2-5.Connection of the Control Connector ...................................................... 13
2-5-1.Control Connector-Pin Assignment ........................................................... 13
2-5-2.How to Assemble the Connector ................................................................ 14
2-5-3.Equivalent Circuit (Input) ............................................................................. 15
2-5-4.Equivalent Circuit (Output) .......................................................................... 15
3.METHODS OF SETTING .........................................................16
3-1.Setting Procedure ...................................................................................... 16
3-1-1.Method of Selecting a Setting Mode ........................................................... 16
3-1-2.Method of Entering a Setting Value ............................................................ 18
3-2.Setting Mode ............................................................................................... 21
3-2-1.Setting Mode 0
3-2-2.Setting Mode 1
3-2-3.Setting Mode 2
3-2-4.Setting Mode 3
3-2-5.Setting Mode 4
3-2-6.Setting Mode 5
3-2-7.Setting Mode 8
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4.CALIBRATION .........................................................................40
4-1.Span Calibration ......................................................................................... 40
4-2.Span Calibration Procedure ...................................................................... 41
4-3.Secondary Calibration Procedure (Equivalent Calibration) ................... 42
4-4.Preparation for Calibration ........................................................................ 44
4-4-1.LOCK Release ............................................................................................... 44
4-4-2.Unit ................................................................................................................. 45
4-4-3.Decimal Place ............................................................................................... 45
4-4-4.Capacity ......................................................................................................... 46
CONTENTS
4-4-5.Minimum Scale Division .............................................................................. 46
4-4-6.Balance Weight Value .................................................................................. 47
4-4-7.Gravitational Acceleration ........................................................................... 47
4-4-8.1/4 Scale Division ......................................................................................... 49
4-5.Zero Calibration .......................................................................................... 50
4-6.Span Calibration ......................................................................................... 52
4-7.Secondary Calibration (Equivalent Calibration) ...................................... 53
5.FUNCTION SETTINGS .............................................................54
5-1.Display Frequency ..................................................................................... 54
5-2.Subdisplay Selection ................................................................................. 55
5-3.Digital Filter ................................................................................................. 55
5-4.Analog Filter ............................................................................................... 56
5-5.Filter in Stable Condition ........................................................................... 56
5-6.Motion Detection (MD) ............................................................................... 57
5-7.Zero Tracking (ZT) ...................................................................................... 59
5-8.Digital Zero (DZ) ......................................................................................... 60
5-9.Digital Zero Clear ........................................................................................ 61
5-10.Zero Regulation Value ............................................................................. 61
5-11.One-touch Tare Subtraction .................................................................... 62
5-12.One-touch Tare Subtraction Reset ......................................................... 63
5-13.Digital Tare Subtraction ........................................................................... 64
5-14.Restriction of the Tare Subtraction Function ........................................ 65
5-15.Switching Gross Weight/Net Weight Display ........................................ 66
5-16.Reversing Symbol at Discharging Control ............................................ 67
5-17.Invalidation of Function Keys ................................................................. 67
6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE ..........................................68
6-1.Feeding Weighing and Discharging Weighing ........................................ 68
6-1-1.Feeding Weighing ......................................................................................... 68
6-1-2.Discharging Weighing .................................................................................. 71
6-1-3.Discharging Mode ........................................................................................ 74
6-2.Simple Comparison Control and Sequence Control ............................... 75
6-2-1.Simple Comparison ...................................................................................... 75
6-2-2.Sequential Control ........................................................................................ 76
6-2-3.Sequence Mode ............................................................................................ 81
6-3.Auto Free Fall Compensation Regulation /
Auto Free Fall Compensation ON/OFF /
Average Count of Auto Free Fall Compensation /
Auto Free Fall Compensation Coefficient ................................................ 82
CONTENTS
6-4.Final / Set Point 2 / Set Point 1 / Compensation / Over / Under ............. 85
6-5.Near Zero / Upper Limit / Lower Limit ...................................................... 88
6-6.Upper/Lower Limit Comparison /
Upper/Lower Limit Comparison Mode /
Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison /
Over/Under Comparison Mode ................................................................. 89
6-7.Complete Signal Output Mode / Complete Output Time /
Judging Time / Comparison Inhibit Time / Output Selection 2 .............. 91
6-8.Judging Times / AZ Times / At Start Near Zero Confirmation /
At Start Weight Value Confirmation / Adjust Feeding /
Adjust Feeding Time .................................................................................. 94
6-9.Net Over / Gross Over ................................................................................ 98
6-10.Weight Error / Sequence Error ................................................................ 99
7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION SETTING AND
OPERATION ...........................................................................100
7-1.Data Display .............................................................................................. 101
7-2.Accumulation Command ......................................................................... 101
7-3.Accumulation Clear .................................................................................. 103
7-4.Auto Accumulation Command ................................................................ 105
8.SYSTEM MODE .....................................................................107
8-1.LOCK (soft) ............................................................................................... 107
8-2.Password .................................................................................................. 107
8-3.Self-Check and Memory Clear ................................................................. 108
9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS
(CONTROL CONNECTOR) ....................................................109
9-1.Control Connector-Pin Assignment ....................................................... 109
9-2.Equivalent Circuit (Input) ......................................................................... 110
9-3.Equivalent Circuit (Output) ...................................................................... 110
9-4.External Input Signal ................................................................................ 111
9-4-1.Gross/Net Switching (G/N) <Edge Input> <Level Input> ......................... 111
9-4-2.Digital Zero (D/Z ON) <Edge Input> .......................................................... 111
9-4-3.Tare Subtraction (TARE ON) <Edge Input> .............................................. 112
9-4-4.Tare Subtraction Reset (TARE OFF) <Edge Input> ................................. 112
9-4-5.Hold (HOLD) <Level Input> ........................................................................ 112
9-4-6.Judge <Level Input> ................................................................................... 113
9-4-7.Feed / Discharge <Level Input> ................................................................. 113
9-4-8.Input Signals Used in Sequence Mode ..................................................... 113
9-4-9.Accumulation command <Edge Input> .................................................... 114
9-4-10.Accumulation Clear <Edge Input> .......................................................... 114
CONTENTS
9-4-11.Input Selection .......................................................................................... 115
9-5.External Output Signal ............................................................................. 116
9-5-1.Near Zero ..................................................................................................... 116
9-5-2.Lower Limit, Upper Limit ........................................................................... 116
9-5-3.Stable ........................................................................................................... 116
9-5-4.Weight Error ................................................................................................ 116
9-5-5.Sequence Error ........................................................................................... 117
9-5-6.RUN .............................................................................................................. 117
9-5-7.Accumulation Error .................................................................................... 117
9-5-8.SP1, SP2, SP3 ............................................................................................. 118
9-5-9.Under, Go, Over .......................................................................................... 119
9-5-10.Complete ................................................................................................... 120
9-5-11.Output selection ....................................................................................... 121
10.INTERFACE .........................................................................122
10-1.2-wire Serial Interface (SI/F) .................................................................. 122
10-1-1.Connection ................................................................................................ 122
10-1-2.Auto Print Command ................................................................................ 122
10-2.RS-232C Interface ................................................................................... 123
10-2-1.Communication Specifications ............................................................... 123
10-2-2.Cable .......................................................................................................... 123
10-2-3.Setting Values for RS-232C ..................................................................... 124
10-2-4.Communication Mode .............................................................................. 124
10-2-5.Transmission Format ............................................................................... 126
10-2-6.Communication Format ........................................................................... 127
10-3.BCD Parallel Data Output Interface ...................................................... 135
10-3-1.Control Connector-Pin Assignment ....................................................... 135
10-3-2.Equivalent Circuit (Input) ......................................................................... 135
10-3-3.Equivalent Circuit (Output) ...................................................................... 136
10-3-4.BCD Data Output ...................................................................................... 136
10-3-5.Polarity Output (MINUS) ........................................................................... 136
10-3-6.Over Status Output (OVER) ..................................................................... 137
10-3-7.Print Command Output (P.C) ................................................................... 137
10-3-8.Data Strobe (STROBE) ............................................................................. 137
10-3-9.BCD Data Update Rate Selection ............................................................ 138
10-3-10.Data Hold Input ....................................................................................... 138
10-3-11.Logic Switching Input ............................................................................ 138
10-3-12.Output Selection Input ........................................................................... 138
10-4.D/A Converter ......................................................................................... 139
10-4-1.Name of Each Part .................................................................................... 139
10-4-2.Specifications ........................................................................................... 141
10-4-3.Method of Adjusting the D/A Zero and Gain .......................................... 141
10-4-4.About D/A Resolution .............................................................................. 143
10-5.RS-485 Communication Interface ......................................................... 144
10-5-1.Communication Specifications ............................................................... 144
10-5-2.RS-485 Connection ................................................................................... 144
10-5-3.Setting Values for RS-485 ........................................................................ 145
10-5-4.Communication Method ........................................................................... 146
10-5-5.Communication Format ........................................................................... 147
CONTENTS
11.OVER SCALE & ERROR .....................................................155
11-1.Over Scale ............................................................................................... 155
11-2.Sequence Error ....................................................................................... 155
11-3.Calibration Error ..................................................................................... 155
12.TROUBLE SHOOTING ........................................................156
13.REPLACEMENT OF THE BACKUP BATTERY ..................163
14.BLOCK DIAGRAM ...............................................................164
15.DIMENSIONS .......................................................................165
16.MOUNTING ON A PANEL ...................................................166
17.SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................167
17-1.Analog Section ....................................................................................... 167
17-2.Display Section ....................................................................................... 168
17-3.Setting Section ....................................................................................... 168
17-4.External Input/Output ............................................................................. 169
17-5.Interface .................................................................................................. 169
17-6.General Performance ............................................................................. 171
17-7.Attachment .............................................................................................. 172
18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE .............................173
18-1.Setting Mode 0 ........................................................................................ 173
18-2.Setting Mode 1 ........................................................................................ 173
18-3.Setting Mode 2 ........................................................................................ 174
18-4.Setting Mode 3 ........................................................................................ 174
18-5.Setting Mode 4 ........................................................................................ 174
18-6.Setting Mode 5 ........................................................................................ 175
18-7.Setting Mode 8 ........................................................................................ 175
18-8.Calibration Mode (Setting Mode 9) ....................................................... 175
1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
1. APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
1-1. Front Panel
① Main display
③ Unit indication
② Subdisplay
④ Status display
⑥ Function keys
⑤ Setting keys
① Main display
The following three types are displayed.
(1) Weight value display
Displays the Gross weight or the Net weight.
When error occurred, the display shows error and weight value alternately.
(2) Over scale and error display
Over-scale, sequence errors and calibration errors are displayed.
※ Please refer to "11.OVER SCALE & ERROR" on P.155.
(3) Setting value display
Various final discharge setting values and setting values for adjustment, such as Final
and Set Point 2, are displayed.
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
② Subdisplay
Weighing data, such as Accumulation Value, and various setting values are displayed by
setting.
※ Please refer to "・Function Selection" on P.31, "5-2.Subdisplay Selection" on P.55.
(1)Accumulation Count, Accumulation Value
Accumulation Count
Accumulation Value
(2)Latest Accumulation Data, Accumulation Value
Latest Accumulation Data
Accumulation Value
(3)Accumulation Count, Latest Accumulation Data, Final
Accumulation Count
Latest Accumulation Data
Final
(4)Final, Over, Under
Final
Over
Under
(5)Near Zero, Upper Limit, Lower Limit
Near Zero
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
(6)None
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
Accumulation Count
Displays the count accumulated by the auto
accumulation command or external input/output signal,
or through RS-232C communication, etc.
Accumulation Value
Displays the value accumulated by the auto
accumulation command or external input/output signal,
or through RS-232C communication, etc.
Latest Accumulation Data
Displays the latest data accumulated by the auto
accumulation command or external input/output signal,
or through RS-232C communication, etc.
Final
Displays the “Final” value set in the setting mode 0-9.
Over
Displays the “Over” value set in the setting mode 0-7.
Under
Displays the “Under” value set in the setting mode 0-8.
Near Zero
Displays the “Near zero” value set in the setting mode 03.
Upper Limit
Displays the “upper limit” value set in the setting mode
0-1.
Lower Limit
Displays the “lower limit” value set in the setting mode
0-2.
③ Unit indication
The unit can select from six types: t, kg, g, N, lb and None.
④ Status display
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SP1
Lights when the Set Point 1 signal is ON.
SP2
Lights when the Set Point 2 signal is ON.
SP3
Lights when the Set Point 3 signal is ON.
NEAR Z.
Lights when the Near Zero signal is ON. “ NEAR Z. ”
HOLD
Lights when the weight value is held. “ HOLD ”
ZALM
Lights when the DZ Regulation Value is
“ exceeded in Digital zero/Zero tracking operation.
ZALM ”
(Such as when any load cell has a problem with its zero point.)
STAB
Lights when the weight value is stable. “ STAB ”
TARE
Lights when Tare subtraction is performed.
TARE ”
Flashes when the Tare weight is displayed. “ 1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
NET
Lights when the weight value display is Net weight.
“ ”
NET
Goes out when it is Gross weight.
ZERO
・Lights at a true zero point (0 ± 1/4 scale division).
(When the 1/4 scale division display is OFF under
Function Selection in setting mode 3.)
・Lights at a true zero point (0 ± 1/4 scale division),
and at the central point of the scale interval of the indicated
value (indicated value ± 1/4 × Min. Scale Division).
(When the 1/4 scale division display is ON under Function
Selection in setting mode 3.)
“ ZERO ”
Flashes when the voltage of the lithium battery for memory backup
has dropped.Replace with a new battery.
For the method of replacement, refer to "13.REPLACEMENT OF THE
BACKUP BATTERY" on P.163.
※ The expression “
**
” in this instruction manual shows that 「
」on the status
display lights, goes out, or flashes.
⑤ Setting keys
When the
0
0
key is pressed, the Tare weight is displayed,
and “ TARE ” flashes.
(When the Tare weight display with the
0
key is valid under
Restriction on the Tare Subtraction Function in setting mode 4.)
To go back to the weight display, press the
1
UPPER
~
F
CNG/ENT
9
FINAL
0
key again.
Numerical keys to make settings.
Function key to switch the setting mode.
Change/Enter key to confirm setting items and setting values.
⑥ Function keys
Key to perform one-touch Tare subtraction.
TARE
“ TARE ” on the status display lights. (In setting mode 0)
However, Tare subtraction is performed only in the following
cases depending on the setting of Restriction on the Tare
Subtraction Function in setting mode 4.
・When the weight value is stable (when “ STAB ” is on).
・When the range of Tare subtraction is 0 < Tare ≦ Capacity.
Use as an increment key for setting operation.
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
Key to reset Tare subtraction. (In setting mode 0)
TARE
RESET
However, the Tare Weight is not cancelled.
Use as a decrement key for setting operation.
When
ZERO
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
is pressed, Gross is zeroed
immediately. (In setting mode 0)
However, if this operation is performed with Gross out of
the DZ Regulation Value, “ ZALM ” flashes.
(For details of the DZ Regulation Value, refer to
"5-10.Zero Regulation Value" on P.61.)
To discontinue, press the
GROSS
/NET
ESC
key.
Use to shift setting values for setting operation.
GROSS
/NET
Switch the weight display (Gross/Net). (In setting mode 0)
ESC
Pressing on Gross weight display (when “ NET ” is OFF)
switches to Net weight display, and pressing on Net weight
display (when “ NET ” is ON) switches to Gross weight display.
However, the display cannot be switched with this key if the
switching Gross weight/Net weight display is set to external
input mode under External Function Selection in setting mode 4.
Use as an ESC key for setting operation.
Functioning of the Function keys can be invalidated by setting of
"5-17.Invalidation of Function Keys" on P.67.
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
1-2. Rear Panel
⑨ Option space
① AC power input terminal board
② Guard ground
③ Frame ground
④ Control connector
⑤ RS-232C connector
⑦ LOCK switch
⑥ SI/F terminal board
⑧ Load cell input terminal board
① AC power input terminal board
Connect AC power code. The input voltage is 100V ~ 240V AC.
The frequency is 50/60Hz.
② Guard ground
This is a guard ground terminal board. Be sure to ground the guard ground terminal to
prevent electric shocks and failures due to static electricity. (The frame and the guard
ground terminal are conducted.)
③ Frame ground (Functional ground)
This is a F.G. terminal of AC input. (The frame and the F.G. terminal are conducted.)
④ Control connector
This is a connector to input external signals and output control signals. The Input/Output
circuit and internal circuit are photocoupler-insulated electrically.
The applicable connector is the following (accessory) manufactured by Fujitsu Component
or an equivalent:
Connector :
Cover :
FCN-361J024-AU
FCN-360C024-B
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1.APPEARANCE DESCRIPTION
⑤ RS-232C connector
RS-232C connector for receiving and transmitting weight data and status information.
The applicable connector is JAE DE-09SN or its equivalent.
⑥ SI/F terminal board
2-wire serial interface is to connect unipulse peripheral equipment such as printer,
remote display or data converter.
⑦ LOCK switch
LOCK switch for avoiding changes of setting value, it prohibits to change setting value
while the switch is ON.
⑧ Load cell input terminal board
This is a terminal board to connect load cell(s).
The applicable terminal board is Osada-manufactured ETB42-07P.
⑨ Option space
One of the following options can be mounted.
・BCD parallel data output interface (BCO)
・D/A converter (DAC)
・RS-485 communication interface (485)
・CC-Link interface (CCL)
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2.CONNECTION
2. CONNECTION
2-1. Load cell Connection
The voltage application of F701-C is 10V, and the maximum current is 120mA, to which
up to four 350Ω load cells can be connected in parallel.
Load cell terminal board
Load cell terminal board pin assignments
Pin No.
Signal (6-wire)
Signal (4-wire)
1
+SIG
+SIG
2
-SIG
-SIG
3
+EXC
+EXC
4
+S
(Connect 3 to 4)
5
-EXC
-EXC
6
-S
(Connect 5 to 6)
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SHIELD
SHIELD
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2.CONNECTION
Method of connection
1) Peel the sheath of the wire to be connected 5mm.
5mm
2) Twist the end to such an extent that it will not
become loose.
3) Remove the terminal board from the
F701-C body with a strong pull.
4) Loosen the screw with a screwdriver to open the
hole.
A Phillips screwdriver with a shaft diameter of
3 ~ 3.5mm #1 is recommendable
(precision screwdriver, etc.).
Turn
counterclockwise.
5) Insert the wire into the hole so as not to loosen the
end.
Hole
6) Tighten the screw with the screwdriver.
7) Lightly pull the wire to check that it is clamped
securely.
Turn
clockwise.
3.31mm2
※ Connectable wires are 0.21 ~
(AWG12 ~ 24).
Recommendable tightening torque is 0.5Nm.
8) Insert the wire-connected
plug into the F701-C
body, and tighten the
screws (two).
Screws(two)
Turn clockwise.
Request
When mounting the terminal board to the
UP
F701-C body, check its vertical orientation.
(See the illustration on the right-hand side.)
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DOWN
Insertion side
2.CONNECTION
2-1-1. 6-wire Connection
The load cell input of the F701-C is a 6-wire (remote sense) connection. 6-wire shielded
load cell cable should be used and kept separate from AC or other noise generating wire.
Load cell
Red
Yellow
+IN
-OUT
+OUT
Orange
Black
Green
White
-IN
3
+EXC
4
+S
6
-S
5
-EXC
1
+SIG
2
-SIG
7
FG
Unipulse 6-core shield line used for
color indication
※ Remote sense lines are used to detect and correct variations in excitation voltage over
long cable runs.
2-1-2. 4-wire Connection
Connect 3 and 4, and 5 and 6 as shown below.
Even 4 and 6 on the terminal board are open, normal operation is performed apparently,
but heating or breakage may occur because excessive voltage is applied to the load cell.
For connection, use the accessory jumper lines.
Load cell
Red
+IN
-OUT
+OUT
Black
Green
White
-IN
3
+EXC
4
+S
6
-S
5
-EXC
1
+SIG
2
-SIG
7
FG
These jumpers MUST be connected.
Unipulse 4-core shield line used for
color indication
CAUTION
・The load cell excitation voltage of the F701-C is 10V. Heating or breakage may occur
unless the load cells maximum excitation voltage is 10V or more.
・When using the F701-C with the four-wire load cell connected, be sure to connect +EXC
and +S, and -EXC and -S. Even if +S and -S are not connected, normal operation is
performed apparently, but heating or breakage may occur because excessive voltage is
applied to the load cell.
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2.CONNECTION
2-1-3. Connecting Load cells in Parallel
In some industrial weighing apparatus, two or more load cells may be connected in
parallel to form a hopper scale or track scale. The manner of connection is shown below.
Parallel connection can simply be made by using the optionally available B410
(summing box for 4-point multi load cell).
The group of “n” parallel load cells
+EXC
-SIG
viewed from this device side can be
R
regarded as a unit load cell the rated
-EXC
+SIG
capacity of which is multiplied by “n”
R
and
the
sensitivity
of
which
is
unchanged. The averaging resistance (R)
should be 300 ~ 500Ω, equal in relative
R
ratio and excellent in temperature
coefficient. No averaging resistance is
R
needed if load cells with consideration
for parallel connection are used.
R
R
+EXC
R
-SIG
-EXC
R
+SIG
F.G.
+S
-S
Request
When connecting several load cells in parallel, load cell capacity should be higher than
expected load to compensate for mechanical shock or eccentric loading.
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2.CONNECTION
2-2. Connection of the Power Input Terminals
Connect AC power cord. The input voltage is 100V ~ 240V AC.
The frequency is 50/60Hz.
1) Remove the terminal board cover.
2) Connect the AC power cords.
Connect to the terminal board after
attaching crimp contacts (M3) so as
not to loosen the ends of the cables as
shown in the illustration.
Within 6mm
AC power cord
3) Mount the terminal board cover.
Terminal board cover
2-3. Connection of the Guard Ground
The grounding terminal is for prevention of electric shocks and failures caused by static
electricity.
Use an approx. 0.75mm2 thick wire, and be sure to ground.
2-4. SI/F Connection
The SI/F allows connection of up to three nonpolarized external devices.
As for wire materials, use parallel 2-core cables, cabtyre cables, or the like.
Connect to the cage clamp type terminal board by using the attached mini screwdriver.
1) Strip the casing 0.2in (6mm) on the cable to
5 ~ 6mm
be connected.
Twist the bare wire to fit the terminal hole.
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.
Request
・Cable can be from 24 ~ 14AWG (0.2 ~ 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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2.CONNECTION
2-5. Connection of the Control Connector
Connect to the control connector (rear panel “CONTROL”).
The applicable connector is the following (accessory) manufactured by Fujitsu
Component or an equivalent:
Connector : FCN-361J024-AU
Cover :
FCN-360C024-B
2-5-1. Control Connector-Pin Assignment
For details, please refer to "9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL
CONNECTOR)" on P.109.
A1
COM
B1
A2
*
In
G/N
A3
In
A4
COM
B2
*
In
Input Selection 1
*1
D/Z ON
B3
In
Input Selection 2
*1
In
Tare Subtraction ON
B4
In
Input Selection 3
*1
A5
In
Tare Subtraction OFF
B5
In
Input Selection 4
*1
A6
Out
Near Zero
B6
Out
Lower Limit
A7
Out
SP1
B7
Out
Upper Limit
A8
Out
SP2
B8
Out
Stable
A9
Out
SP3
B9
Out
Output Selection 1
*2
A10
Out
Under
B10
Out
Output Selection 2
*2
A11
Out
Over
B11
Out
Output Selection 3
*2
A12
*
COM
B12
*
COM
※ * : The COM (common) terminals are connected inside.
※ *1 : Selectable by setting.
(For details, please refer to "9-4-11.Input Selection" on P.115)
※ *2 : Selectable by setting. (For details, please refer to "6-10.Weight Error / Sequence
Error" on P.99, "6-7.Complete Signal Output Mode / Complete Output Time /
Judging Time / Comparison Inhibit Time / Output Selection 2" on P.91, "9-57.Accumulation Error" on P.117)
※ SP1 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - SP1
SP2 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - SP2
SP3 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - CPS
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2.CONNECTION
2-5-2. How to Assemble the Connector
Nut M2 (four)
Pan-head machine screw
M2 × 8 (short) (two)
Pan-head machine screw
M2 × 10 (long) (two)
Washer (two)
Connector
Case (two)
Screw (two)
(1) Set the connector and screws (two) into the grooves of the case (one side).
(2) Cover with the other case, and fit the cases.
(3) Tighten the M2 × 8 pan-head machine screws (two).
Tighten the M2 × 10 pan-head machine screws (two).
Be aware that washers should be set to the M2 × 10 pan-head machine screws (two).
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2.CONNECTION
2-5-3. Equivalent Circuit (Input)
A signal is inputted to the signal input circuit by short-circuiting or opening the input
terminal and the COM 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).
Vcc
+12V
F701-C
Open
OFF
Inside
Short
ON
Approx.
IC=6mA
Push
switch
Toggle switch
Relay
TTL open collector
(ON when IN is HI)
IN
Transistor
IN
COM
・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 100μA or below.
2-5-4. Equivalent Circuit (Output)
The signal output circuit is open-collecter output of a transistor.
Vcc
+12V
Vext
Spark killer
F701-C
Inside
DC Power
Load
Relay
COM
Varistor
Spark killer
AC power
Vceo=30V(max)
Ic =120mA (max)
Load
・Transistor status
Output data
Tr
0
OFF
1
ON
・Use external power source (up to DC30V) for driving relay
(Vext).
・Do not short-circuit the load, such as a coil of relay, that will
break the output transistor.
・Connect a surge absorber or a speark killer to the relay
circuit as shown in the draft so that to reduce noise trouble
and extend the life of relay.
Noise trouble can be reduced, and the relay’s life can be
extended.
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
3. METHODS OF SETTING
3-1. Setting Procedure
Change settings in the order of “setting mode selection” → “setting item selection” →
“setting value entry”.
3-1-1. Method of Selecting a Setting Mode
In the text, the method of selecting a setting mode is described as follows:
(Example) For selecting setting mode 3
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
This operation can be performed by the following procedure.
kg
Normally the state is in setting mode 0.
The mode number is not displayed for
mode 0.
Present weight value
Setting mode number
1) Press the
F
key when the weight value is displayed.
The display changes.
,
kg
Setting mode number
2) Press the
,
CNG/ENT
key.
The setting mode number blinks.
kg
Setting mode number
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
3) Select the setting mode number. (
3
NEAR Z.
)
The input number blinks.
,
kg
Setting mode number
4)Press the
CNG/ENT
key.
kg
The selected setting mode number
and weight value are displayed
(Setting mode display).
Present weight value
Setting mode number
By pressing the
GROSS
/NET
ESC
key when the setting mode number is
displayed, you can go back to normal display (Setting mode 0).
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-1-2. Method of Entering a Setting Value
In the text, the method of entering a setting value is described as follows:
(Example 1) For setting the Balance Weight Value to 50.00kg
(Setting by numerical input)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
This operation can be performed by the following procedure.
※ However, it is assumed that setting mode 3 has already been selected.
1) Select the setting item.
(Since the setting item number of the Balance Weight Value is 1,
press the
1
UPPER
key.)
,
The setting mode number, setting
item number, and present setting
value are displayed.
kg
Present setting value
Setting item number
Setting mode number
2)Press the
CNG/ENT
key.
,
The highest digit of the setting
value blinks.
kg
Present setting value
Setting item number
Setting mode number
3) Input the setting value. (
0
,
5
SP2
kg
Setting value
Setting item number
Setting mode number
0
0
)
Every time a number is pressed,
the blinking digit moves to the lower one.
Since the highest digit starts blinking again
after a number is input to the lowest digit,
setting can be redone again and again.
4) After the correct setting value is input, press the
kg
0
CNG/ENT
key to enter the setting value.
The display returns to the setting
mode display.
Present weight value
Setting mode number
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
(Example 2) For setting the 1/4 scale division display to OFF
(Setting from choices)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
→
ZERO
CNG/ENT
This operation can be performed by the following procedure.
※ However, it is assumed that setting mode 3 has already been selected.
1) Select the setting item.
(Since the setting item number of the 1/4 scale division display is 7,
press the
7
OVER
key.)
,
kg
The setting mode number, setting
item number, and present setting
value are displayed.
Present setting value
Setting item number
Setting mode number
2)Press the
CNG/ENT
key.
,
kg
The highest digit of the setting
value blinks.
Present setting value
Setting item number
Setting mode number
3) Move with the
( ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
key until the digit you want to set blinks.
)
,
kg
Every time the
1/4 scale division display
Display frequency
Subdisplay selection
Setting item number
Setting mode number
19
key is pressed,
the blinking digit moves to the lower one.
Not defined
Decimal place
ZERO
3.METHODS OF SETTING
4) Select from choices.
(Since the 1/4 scale division display should be turned off, press
,
kg
1/4 scale division display
0
.)
The blinking digit moves to the lower one.
Since the blinking digit moves every time
the
ZERO
key is pressed, setting can be
redone again and again.
Setting item number
Setting mode number
5) After the correct choice is input, press the
kg
CNG/ENT
key to enter the choice.
The display returns to the setting
mode display.
Present weight value
Setting mode number
By pressing the
GROSS
/NET
ESC
key when the setting item number is
displayed (while changing a setting value after selecting an item), you
can exit the item.
(The display returns to the setting mode display.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-2. Setting Mode
Setting mode 0
Setting mode 1
Setting mode 2
Setting mode 3
1
UPPER
Upper Limit
/ P.22
Comparison Inhibit Time
/ P.24
Weighing Function 1
/ P.26
Balance Weight Value
/ P.30
2
LOWER
Lower Limit
/ P.22
Judging Time
/ P.24
Weighing Function 2
/ P.27
Capacity
/ P.30
3
NEAR Z.
Near Zero
/ P.22
Complete Output Time
/ P.24
Weighing Function 3
/ P.27
Min. Scale Division
/ P.30
4
SP1
Set Point 1
/ P.22
Adjust Feeding Time
/ P.24
Sequence Mode
/ P.28
Net Over
/ P.30
5
SP2
Set Point 2
/ P.22
Auto Zero Times
/ P.24
Function Key Invalid
/ P.28
Gross Over
/ P.30
6
CPS
Compensation
/ P.22
Judging Times
/ P.24
Digital Filter
/ P.28
DZ Regulation Value
/ P.30
7
OVER
Over
/ P.23
Auto Free Fall
Compensation Regulation
/ P.25
Motion Detection
/ P.29
Function Selection
/ P.31
8
UNDER
Under
/ P.23
Analog Filter
/ P.25
Zero Tracking Period
/ P.29
9
FINAL
Final
/ P.23
Tare Weight
/ P.25
Zero Tracking Range
/ P.29
Gravitational Acceleration
(area number)
/ P.31
Gravitational Acceleration
(acceleration)
/ P.31
Setting mode 4
Setting mode 5
Setting mode 8
Setting mode 9
1
UPPER
D/A Output Mode
/ P.32
Input Selection
/ P.35
Average Weight
/ P.37
Span Calibration
/ P.52
2
LOWER
D/A Zero Output Weight
/ P.32
Output Selection
/ P.35
Max. Value
/ P.37
Equivalent Calibration
/ P.53
3
NEAR Z.
D/A Full Scale
/ P.32
4
SP1
RS-485 I/F
/ P.32
CC-Link I/F
Min. Value
Number of occupied station &
/ P.37
Transmission speed
(Refer to separate-volume spec.)
CC-Link I/F
General Standard Deviation
Station No.
/ P.37
(Refer to separate-volume spec.)
5
SP2
ID Number
/ P.33
Sample Standard Deviation
/ P.37
6
CPS
RS-232C I/F
/ P.33
Accumulation Count (n)
/ P.37
7
OVER
External Function Selection
/ P.34
Latest Accumulation Data
/ P.37
8
UNDER
Setting Value LOCK
/ P.34
Max. - Min. (R)
/ P.38
9
FINAL
Restriction on the Tare
Subtraction Function
/ P.34
Option Board
/ P.38
ZERO
ZERO
Pass Word
/ P.107
Zero Calibration
/ P.50
※ When each setting mode is selected, the 1 ~ 9 keys function as setting item selection keys.
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-2-1. Setting Mode 0
In setting mode 0, setting values for final discharging control are to be set.
・Upper Limit
1
UPPER
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "6-5" on P.88.)
・Lower Limit
2
LOWER
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "6-5" on P.88.)
・Near Zero
3
NEAR Z.
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "6-5" on P.88.)
・Set Point 1
4
SP1
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "6-4" on P.85.)
・Set Point 2
5
SP2
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "6-4" on P.85.)
・Compensation
6
CPS
(0 ~ 9999)
(For details, please refer to "6-4" on P.85.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・Over
7
OVER
(0 ~ 999)
(For details, please refer to "6-4" on P.85.)
・Under
8
UNDER
(0 ~ 999)
(For details, please refer to "6-4" on P.85.)
・Final
9
FINAL
(For details, please refer to "6-4" on P.85.)
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(0 ~ 99999)
3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-2-2. Setting Mode 1
In setting mode 1, output signals for final discharging control and parameters in
sequence mode, etc., are to be set.
・Comparison Inhibit Time
1
UPPER
.
sec. (0.00 ~ 9.99)
.
sec. (0.00 ~ 9.99)
.
sec. (0.00 ~ 9.99)
(For details, please refer to "6-7" on P.91.)
・Judging Time
2
LOWER
(For details, please refer to "6-7" on P.91.)
・Complete Output Time
3
NEAR Z.
(For details, please refer to "6-7" on P.91.)
・Adjust Feeding Time (Effective when selecting sequence mode)
4
SP1
.
sec. (0.00 ~ 9.99)
(For details, please refer to "6-8" on P.94.)
・Auto Zero Times (Effective when selecting sequence mode)
5
SP2
(0 ~ 99)
(For details, please refer to "6-8" on P.94.)
・Judging Times (Effective when selecting sequence mode)
6
CPS
(0 ~ 99)
(For details, please refer to "6-8" on P.94.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・Auto Free Fall Compensation Regulation
7
OVER
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "6-3" on P.82.)
・Analog Filter
8
UNDER
(0 ~ 3)
(For details, please refer to "5-4" on P.56.)
・Tare Weight
9
FINAL
(For details, please refer to "5-13" on P.64.)
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(0 ~ 99999)
3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-2-3. Setting Mode 2
In setting mode 2, the display and internal functions of the F701-C are to be tuned.
・Weighing Function 1
1
UPPER
Discharging control mode
2 : External selection
1 : Discharging control
0 : Feeding control
(For details, please refer to
"6-1-3" on P.74.)
Final and Over/Under comparison
2 : Comparison OFF
1 : Net weight
0 : Gross weight
(For details, please refer to
"6-6" on P.89.)
Near Zero comparison
4 : ON when |Net weight| ≦ Near Zero
setting value
3 : ON when |Gross weight| ≦ Near Zero
setting value
2 : Comparison OFF
1 : ON when Net weight ≦ Near Zero
setting value
0 : ON when Gross weight ≦ Near Zero
setting value
(For details, please refer to "6-6" on P.89.)
Upper/Lower limit comparison
2 : Comparison OFF
1 : Net weight
0 : Gross weight
(For details, please refer to "6-6" on P.89.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・Weighing Function 2
2
LOWER
※ Not defined
Accumulation command selection
1 : Auto accumulation
command
ON
0 : Auto accumulation
command
OFF
(For details, please refer to
"7-4" on P.105.)
Over/Under comparison mode
3 : Comparison is made, and the
weight value is held when the
complete output is ON.
2 : Comparison is made when the
complete output is ON.
1 : Comparison is made when the
external judgment input is ON.
0 : Comparison regularly
(For details, please refer to
"6-6" on P.89.)
Complete signal output mode
2 : ON for the complete output
time from when the judging
timer has expired or from
when the weight value
becomes stable after the SP3
signal turns ON.
1 : ON for the complete output
time from when the weight
value becomes stable after the
judging timer has expired.
0 : ON for the complete output
time from when the judging
timer has expired.
(For details, please refer to
"6-7" on P.91.)
Upper/Lower limit
comparison mode
1 : Comparison is made when the
external judgment input is ON.
0 : Comparison regularly
(For details, please refer to
"6-6" on P.89.)
・Weighing Function 3
3
NEAR Z.
3 : AFFC. coefficient 1/4
2:
〃
2/4
1:
〃
3/4
0:
〃
1
(For details, please refer to
"6-3" on P.82.)
1 : Digital tare subtraction
ON
0 : Digital tare subtraction
OFF
(For details, please refer to
"5-13" on P.64.)
2 : AFFC.
Average count of AFFC.
(1 ~ 9)
(For details, please refer to
"6-3" on P.82.)
ON
(Communication OP invalid)
1:
0:
〃
〃
ON
OFF
(For details, please refer to
"6-3" on P.82.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・Sequence Mode
4
SP1
(Sequence control)
1 : At start-time, weight
value check
ON
0 : 〃
OFF
(For details, please refer to
"6-8" on P.94.)
1 : Sequence mode
0 : Simple comparison mode
(For details, please refer to
"6-2-3" on P.81.)
1 : Adjust feeding
0 : 〃
ON
OFF
(Sequence control)
1 : At start-time,
Near Zero check
0 : 〃
(For details, please refer to
"6-8" on P.94.)
ON
OFF
(For details, please refer to
"6-8" on P.94.)
・Function Key Invalid
5
SP2
[TARE] key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
[GROSS / NET] key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
[TARE RESET] key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
[ZERO] key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
(For details, please refer to "5-17" on P.67.)
・Digital Filter
6
CPS
Digital Filter
(0 ~ 256)
(For details, please refer to "5-3" on P.55.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・Motion Detection
7
OVER
-
.
Period (sec.)
(0.0 ~ 9.9)
Range
(0 ~ 99)
※ Set the stability detection parameter.
(For details, please refer to "5-6" on P.57.)
・Zero Tracking Period
8
UNDER
.
Period (sec.)
(0.0 ~ 9.9)
(For details, please refer to "5-7" on P.59.)
・Zero Tracking Range
9
FINAL
Range
(0 ~ 9999)
(For details, please refer to "5-7" on P.59.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-2-4. Setting Mode 3
In setting mode 3, setting values relating to initial calibration are to be set.
・Balance Weight Value
1
UPPER
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "4-4-6" on P.47.)
・Capacity
2
LOWER
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "4-4-4" on P.46.)
・Min. Scale Division
3
NEAR Z.
(1 ~ 100)
(For details, please refer to "4-4-5" on P.46.)
・Net Over
4
SP1
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "6-9" on P.98.)
・Gross Over
5
SP2
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "6-9" on P.98.)
・DZ Regulation Value
6
CPS
(0 ~ 9999)
(For details, please refer to "5-10" on P.61.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・Function Selection
7
OVER
Unit
5:N
3 : kg
1:t
Subdisplay selection
5 : Near Zero /
Upper Limit /
Lower Limit
4 : Final / Over / Under
3 : Accumulation Count /
Latest Accumulation Data /
Final
2 : Latest Accumulation Data /
Accumulation Value
1 : Accumulation Count /
Accumulation Value
0 : None
4 : lb
2:g
0 : None
(For details, please refer to
"4-4-2" on P.45.)
1/4 scale division display
1 : ON
0 : OFF
(For details, please refer to
"4-4-8" on P.49.)
(For details, please refer to
"5-2" on P.55.)
Decimal place
3:
2:
1:
0:
(For details, please refer to
"4-4-3" on P.45.)
Display frequency
3 : 25 times/sec.
2 : 13 times/sec.
1 : 6 times/sec.
0 : 3 times/sec.
(For details, please refer to
"5-1" on P.54.)
Request
When using the F701-C for any balance weight to undergo type
approval by the Measurement Law, set the 1/4 scale division display to
OFF. If it is set to OFF, the “zero point” lights only at a true zero point (0
± 1/4 scale division).
・Gravitational Acceleration (Area number input)
8
UNDER
(0 ~ 16)
(For details, please refer to "4-4-7" on P.47.)
・Gravitational Acceleration (Acceleration input)
9
FINAL
.
(For details, please refer to "4-4-7" on P.47.)
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(9.700 ~ 9.999)
3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-2-5. Setting Mode 4
In setting mode 4, setting values relating to communication are to be set.
・D/A Output Mode
1
UPPER
Test mode
2 : 20mA fixed output
1 : 4mA fixed output
0 : Tied to the weight value
Output mode
1 : Net weight
0 : Gross weight
(For details, please refer to "10-4-3" on P.141.)
・D/A Zero Output Weight
2
LOWER
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "10-4-3" on P.141.)
・D/A Full Scale
3
NEAR Z.
(0 ~ 99999)
(For details, please refer to "10-4-3" on P.141.)
・RS-485 I/F
4
SP1
Baud rate
5 : 38400bps
4 : 19200bps
3 : 9600bps
2 : 4800bps
1 : 2400bps
0 : 1200bps
Character length
1 : 8bit
0 : 7bit
Terminator
1 : CR+LF
0 : CR
Stop bit
1 : 2bit
0 : 1bit
Parity bit
2 : Even
1 : Odd
0 : None
(For details, please refer to "10-5-3" on P.145.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・ID Number
5
SP2
(0 ~ 9999)
(For details, please refer to "10-5-4" on P.146.)
・RS-232C I/F
6
CPS
Baud rate
5 : 38400bps
4 : 19200bps
3 : 9600bps
2 : 4800bps
1 : 2400bps
0 : 1200bps
Character length
1 : 8bit
0 : 7bit
Communication mode
7 : Communication mode 6
6 : Communication mode 5
5 : Communication mode 4
4 : Communication mode 3
3 : Communication mode 2
2 : Communication mode 1
1 : Communication mode 0
(CR + LF)
0 : Communication mode 0
(CR)
Stop bit
1 : 2bit
0 : 1bit
Parity bit
2 : Even
1 : Odd
0 : None
(For details, please refer to "10-2-3" on P.124.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・External Function Selection
7
OVER
BCD data update rate
7 : 1 times/sec.
6 : 2 times/sec.
5 : 5 times/sec.
4 : 10 times/sec.
3 : 20 times/sec.
2 : 50 times/sec.
1 : 100 times/sec.
0 : 200 times/sec.
(For details, please refer to
"10-3-9" on P.138.)
Filter in stable condition
1 : Not insert
0 : Insert (128 times)
(For details, please refer to
"5-5" on P.56.)
At discharging weighing time
1 : Net weight is displayed with
the sign not reversed.
0 : Net weight is displayed with
the sign reversed.
(For details, please refer to
"5-16" on P.67.)
Switching Gross weight/Net weight
display
1 : External input mode
0 : Internal key mode
(For details, please refer to
"5-15" on P.66.)
Motion Detection mode
1 : Checker mode
0 : Stable mode
(For details, please refer to
"5-6" on P.57.)
・Setting Value LOCK
8
UNDER
LOCK1
1 : ON
0 : OFF
LOCK2
1 : ON
0 : OFF
(For details, please refer to "8-1" on P.107.)
・Restriction on the Tare Subtraction Function
9
FINAL
One-touch Tare subtraction
acceptance condition
1 : Accept only at stable time
0 : Accept regularly
Range of Tare subtraction
1 : 0 < Tare ≦ Capacity
0 : Total range
Tare Weight display with
the
0
key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
Prohibition of Tare Weight
and digital tare subtraction
ON/OFF when one-touch
tare subtraction is working.
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
(For details, please refer to "5-14" on P.65.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-2-6. Setting Mode 5
・Input Selection
1
UPPER
Input selection 4 (B5 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 1 (B2 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 3 (B4 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 2 (B3 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
(For details, please refer to "9-4-11" on P.115.)
・Output Selection
2
LOWER
Output selection 3 (B11 pin)
1 : Accumulation Error
0 : RUN
(For details, please refer to
"9-5-7" on P.117.)
Output selection 1 (B9 pin)
2 : Weight error
or sequence error
1 : Sequence error
0 : Weight error
(For details, please refer to
"6-10" on P.99.)
Output selection 2 (B10 pin)
1 : Complete output
0 : Go output
(For details, please refer to
"6-7" on P.91.)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
・CC-Link I/F Number of occupied station & Transmission speed
3
NEAR Z
※ Not defined
Number of occupied station
2:Occupies 4 stations
1:Occupies 2 stations
0:Occupies 1 station
Transmission speed
4:10M
3:5M
2:2.5M
1:625k
0:156k
・CC-Link I/F Station No.
4
SP1
(01 ~ 64)
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
3-2-7. Setting Mode 8
In setting mode 8, statistical data having been accumulated in the F701-C is displayed,
including Average Weight, Max.Value, Min. Value, General Standard Deviation, Sample
Standard Deviation, Accumulation Count, Latest Accumulation Data, Max. - Min.
・Average Weight
1
UPPER
(0 ~ 99999)
・Max. Value
2
LOWER
(0 ~ 99999)
・Min. Value
3
NEAR Z.
(0 ~ 99999)
・General Standard Deviation
4
SP1
(0 ~ 99999)
・Sample Standard Deviation
5
SP2
(0 ~ 99999)
・Accumulation Count (n)
6
CPS
(0 ~ 10000)
・Latest Accumulation Data
7
OVER
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(0 ~ 99999)
3.METHODS OF SETTING
・Max. - Min. (R)
8
UNDER
(0 ~ 99999)
・Optional Board
9
FINAL
CC-Link interface
1 : Mounted
0 : Not mounted
BCD parallel data
output interface
1 : Mounted
0 : Not mounted
RS-485 communication interface
1 : Mounted
0 : Not mounted
D/A converter
1 : Mounted
0 : Not mounted
● Calculation Formula
n = accumulation count = count of data
Σχ = accumulation = total amount
χ = average = accumulation / number of times = Σχ/ n
General Standard Deviation
n
σn =
(χ
Σ
i=1
i
-
2
χ)
n
Use all the data of the finite population and
find the standard deviation of the population.
Sample Standard Deviation
n
σn-1 =
(χ
Σ
i=1
i
-
2
χ)
n-1
Use the sample data among the population and
the standard deviation of the population.
Data taking conditions
・When auto free fall compensation is OFF:
Data is taken when judgment is made.
・When auto free fall compensation is ON:
Data is taken when free fall compensation is made.
(Weighing Function 3 in setting mode 2)
・When the number of Judging Times is 00: No data is taken.
(Judging Time in setting mode 1)
※ For judgment and auto free fall compensation, refer to
"a) Judging Times" on P.94.
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3.METHODS OF SETTING
【Example】
TimesAccumu
(n) lation
Actual Average
weighing
value
Max.
Min.
Max. General Sample
S.D.
S.D.
- Min.
0
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
error
error
1
20.050
20.050
20.050
20.050
20.050
0.000
0.000
error
2
40.090
20.040
20.045
20.050
20.040
0.010
0.005
0.007
3
60.160
20.070
20.053
20.070
20.040
0.030
0.012
0.015
4
80.240
20.080
20.060
20.080
20.040
0.040
0.016
0.018
5 100.260
20.020
20.052
20.080
20.020
0.060
0.021
0.024
6 120.260
20.000
20.043
20.080
20.000
0.080
0.027
0.030
7 140.270
20.010
20.039
20.080
20.000
0.080
0.028
0.030
8 160.250
9 180.360
10 200.370
19.980
20.110
20.010
20.031
20.040
20.037
20.080
20.110
20.110
19.980
19.980
19.980
0.100
0.130
0.130
0.033
0.039
0.038
0.035
0.042
0.041
Statistical data is cleared by inputting the password “1235”.
(Please refer to "7-3.Accumulation Clear" on P.103.)
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Accumulation clear
(Latest Accumulation Data)
4.CALIBRATION
4. CALIBRATION
4-1. Span Calibration
Calibration is performed for matching the F701-C to a load cell. For example, it is work
to adjust so that the F701-C accurately displays 100.00kg when an actual load (or
weight) of 100kg is applied to the load cell (balance section) of the weighing apparatus
to which the F701-C is connected. This operation is called Span Calibration.
Connect F701-C to the load cell.....
?
100kg
?
?
The display is incorrect.....
After calibration.....
100kg
The F701-C and load cell
function as a weighing device.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-2. Span Calibration Procedure
Follow the steps below to perform Span Calibration.
LOCK Switch OFF
Release Calibration LOCK
Release calibration inhibit LOCK by the switch OFF
on the rear panel.
Release Setting Value LOCK which inhibits the
calibration.
Unit
The displayed unit is set.
Decimal Place
Register the position of decimal point.
Register the maximum capacity of the scale.
Capacity
If the registered value exceeds by 9 scale divisions,
display shows over scale, “
Min. Scale Division
Balance Weight Value
Zero Calibration
Span Calibration
Register the minimum unit (scale division) of the scale.
Register the value of load (balance weight) for load
cell.
Calibrate the initial zero point.
Place the load (balance weight) on the load cell and
register the span value.
Zero Calibration
If it is necessary, re-calibrate initial zero point.
Calibration LOCK
Disable changing setting value related to calibration.
LOCK Switch ON
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”.
Turn the calibration LOCK ON to prohibit the
calibration for avoiding false operation.
4.CALIBRATION
4-3. Secondary Calibration Procedure (Equivalent Calibration)
Calibration procedure performed by entering the rated output value (mV/V) and rated
capacity value of load cell without using real load.
Secondary calibration function is provided for provisional calibration when the F701-C
develops trouble or the calibration value is mistakenly changed.
The secondary calibration is only a provisional method. Calibration with actual load
must be done as soon as possible.
LOCK Switch OFF
Release Calibration LOCK
Release calibration inhibit LOCK by the switch OFF
on the rear panel.
Release Setting Value LOCK which inhibits the
calibration.
Unit
The displayed unit is set.
Decimal Place
Register the position of decimal point.
Register the maximum capacity of the scale.
Capacity
If the registered value exceeds by 9 scale divisions,
display shows over scale, “
Min. Scale Division
Balance Weight Value
”.
Register the minimum unit (scale division) of the scale.
Set the weight value corresponding to the output value
to be entered in *1.
Equivalent Calibration *1
Register the rated output value (mV/V) of load cell.
Zero Calibration
If it is necessary, re-calibrate initial zero point.
Calibration LOCK
Disable changing setting value related to calibration.
LOCK Switch ON
Turn the calibration LCOK ON to prohibit the
calibration for avoiding false operation.
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4.CALIBRATION
Request
・Set the Balance Weight Value to the Capacity or less.
・For performing calibration at the rated value according to the
specifications of the load cell, set the Capacity to the same value
as the rated value of the load cell.
・When connecting several load cells in parallel, it is possible to
occur some differences between input and output value due to
voltage drop caused by connection or material of lines.
In this case, register actual input value to perform accurate calibration.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-4. Preparation for Calibration
4-4-1. LOCK Release
F701-C features a LOCK function for disabling changes in calibration and setting values.
The software LOCK is performed with the operation on the display; the hardware LOCK
is located on rear panel. Release both of locks when the calibration is performed.
Operation
1) LOCK OFF on the rear panel.
LOCK
OFF
2) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
3) Set LOCK2 to OFF. (8-Setting Value LOCK)
8
UNDER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
LOCK2
1 : ON
0 : OFF
LOCK is released through above procedure. After the calibration is finished, LOCK ON
to protect the calibration value.
Concerning LOCK and setting values to be protected, refer to
"18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE" on P.173.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-4-2. Unit
Register the unit of the scale. The unit can select from t, kg, g, N, lb or None.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
3
→
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select Unit. (7-Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
Unit
5:N
3 : kg
1:t
→
ZERO
CNG/ENT
4 : lb
2:g
0 : None
4-4-3. Decimal Place
Set the decimal place for weight-related displays, setting items, etc. Decimal place
should be selected from 0, 0.0, 0.00 or 0.000. This selection results in a common decimal
place.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
3
→
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select a desired decimal place. (7-Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
Decimal place
3:
2:
1:
0:
In the F701-C, the decimal place is all fixed except for weight-related
descriptions.
※ It cannot be changed.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-4-4. Capacity
Register the maximum capacity of the scale. If the registered value exceeds by 9 scale
divisions, display shows over scale, “
”. (Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Capacity. (2-Capacity)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Capacity
(0 ~ 99999)
4-4-5. Minimum Scale Division
Register the minimum unit (scale division) of the scale. (Input range / 1 ~ 100)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Min. Scale Division. (3-Min. Scale Division)
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Min. Scale Division
(1 ~ 100)
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4.CALIBRATION
4-4-6. Balance Weight Value
Register the value of load (balance weight) before the Span Calibration.
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Balance Weight Value. (1-Balance Weight Value)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Balance Weight Value
(0 ~ 99999)
4-4-7. Gravitational Acceleration
If the calibration location and installation location of the balance are different, correct the
gravitational error resulting from an area-to-area difference in gravitational acceleration
by this function.
If the calibration location and installation location are in the same area, this setting is not
needed.
Find the area number (01 ~ 16) of the area where actual load calibration is carried out
from the Gravitational Acceleration correction table on the next page, set the number,
and then perform actual load calibration.
Next, find the actual installation area from the table, and input the area number. Now, the
difference from the calibration location in gravitational acceleration is corrected.
Also, if the area number is set at 00, Gravitational Acceleration (acceleration input)
becomes valid.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Area number. (8-Gravitational Acceleration : area number input)
8
UNDER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
Area number
(0 ~ 16)
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CNG/ENT
4.CALIBRATION
3) If the Area number is set at 00, input Acceleration.
(9-Gravitational Acceleration : acceleration input)
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Acceleration
(9.700 ~ 9.999)
If the area number is set at 00, Gravitational Acceleration
(Acceleration input) becomes valid.
Gravitational acceleration correction table
01
9.806
02
9.805
03
9.804
04
9.803
05
9.802
06
9.801
07
9.800
08
9.799
09
9.798
10
9.797
11
9.796
12
9.795
13
9.794
14
9.793
15
9.792
16
9.791
Amsterdam
Athens
Auckland NZ
Bangkok
Birmingham
Brusseles
Buenos Aires
Calcutta
Capetown
Chicago
Copenhagen
Cyprus
Djakarta
Frankfurt
Glasgow
Havana
Helsinki
Kuwait
Lisbon
London (Greenwich)
Los Angelse
Madrid
Manila
Melbourne
Mexico City
Milan
New York
Oslo
9.813m/s2
9.800m/s2
9.799m/s2
9.783m/s2
9.813m/s2
9.811m/s2
9.797m/s2
9.788m/s2
9.796m/s2
9.803m/s2
9.815m/s2
9.797m/s2
9.781m/s2
9.810m/s2
9.816m/s2
9.788m/s2
9.819m/s2
9.793m/s2
9.801m/s2
9.812m/s2
9.796m/s2
9.800m/s2
9.784m/s2
9.800m/s2
9.779m/s2
9.806m/s2
9.802m/s2
9.819m/s2
Ottawa
Paris
Rio de janeiro
Rome
San Francisco
Singapore
Stockholm
Sydney
Taichung
Tainan
Taipei
Tokyo
Vancouver,BC
Washinton DC
Wellington NZ
Zurich
9.806m/s2
9.809m/s2
9.788m/s2
9.803m/s2
9.800m/s2
9.781m/s2
9.818m/s2
9.797m/s2
9.789m/s2
9.788m/s2
9.790m/s2
9.798m/s2
9.809m/s2
9.801m/s2
9.803m/s2
9.807m/s2
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4.CALIBRATION
4-4-8. 1/4 Scale Division
It divides the minimum scale division into four (4) parts. The “ ZERO ” (center zero) lamp
turns on when the weight is between +1/4 division and -1/4 division.
1/4 scale division selects ON/OFF.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
3
→
→
NEAR Z.
CNG/ENT
2) Select 1/4 scale division display ON/OFF. (7-Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
→
ZERO
CNG/ENT
1/4 scale division display
1 : ON
0 : OFF
n
n+1
1/4 scale
Min. Scale Division
(1scale divisio)
“ ZERO ” ON
“ ZERO ” ON
When the 1/4 scale division setting is OFF,“ ZERO “ lamp only works at
the zero point.
-1
0
1/4 scale
“ ZERO ” ON
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1
4.CALIBRATION
4-5. Zero Calibration
Register initial zero point.
・Verify there are no excess loads applied to load cell (or scale).
・Check that “ STAB ” is ON.
(Correct calibration can not be completed if signal is unstable.)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 9 (Calibration mode).
→
F
CNG/ENT
→
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
2) Register the Zero point.
→
ZERO
CNG/ENT
,
kg
In-zero-calibration display.
The in-calibration display differs
according to the pre-calibration condition.
3) When the weight value display becomes 0, Zero Calibration is completed.
kg
Weight value
Setting mode number
If a calibration error is displayed, redo Zero Calibration corresponding to the following
error messages. (Please refer to "11.OVER SCALE & ERROR" on P.155.)
・“
”
Initial dead load is above zero adjustment range.
Remove any excess load from load cell or scale. If
is still displayed,
connect a resistor between +EXC and -SIG load cell connections. This should
shift the zero point.
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4.CALIBRATION
・This table is for a 350 Ω load cell.
・The temperature coefficient of the connected resistor directly influences the
accuracy of the indicator. Use a resistance having a temperature coefficient of
50ppm/ ℃ or more (recommended value of about 5ppm/ ℃ ).
Resistance
Strain
Calculated value
Approx.value
875
437
291
219
175
146
125
109
97
87.3
79.4
72.7
67.1
62.3
58.2
54.5
51.3
48.4
45.9
43.6
41.5
39.6
37.9
36.3
34.8
866
442
294
221
174
147
124
110
97.6
86.6
78.7
73.2
66.5
61.9
57.6
54.9
51.1
48.7
46.4
43.2
41.2
39.2
38.3
36.5
34.8
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
μ-STRAIN
mV/V
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
3000
3200
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400
4600
4800
5000
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
”
・“
Inditial dead load is negative.
Check that load cell is mounted in the correct direction; check that load is being
applied to the load cell in the correct direction; check that the +SIG and -SIG lines
are propely connected.
If
still displayed, connect a resistor between -EXC and -SIG load cell
connections. This should shift the zero point. Do Zero Calibration again.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-6. Span Calibration
Span Calibration means putting a load (test weight) on the load cell (or scale) and
calibrating so the F701-C indicates correct weight.
・Put the Balance Weight Value which is set the Balance Weight Value, on the load cell
(or scale).
(Calibrating with more than 50% of the Capacity is favorable in respect of linearity.)
・Verify there are no excess loads applied to load cell (or scale).
・Check that “ STAB ” is on.
(Correct calibration can not be completed if signal is unstable.)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 9 (Calibration mode).
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
2) Perform Span Calibration. (1-Span Calibration)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Balance Weight Value
(0 ~ 99999)
,
kg
In-span-calibration display.
The in-calibration display differs according to the pre-calibration condition.
(The previous setting value, etc., is displayed.)
3) When the weight value display becomes equal to the Balance Weight Value, Span
Calibration is completed.
kg
Weight value
Setting mode number
※ If any error message appears, refer to "11.OVER SCALE & ERROR" on P.155.
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4.CALIBRATION
4-7. Secondary Calibration (Equivalent Calibration)
By key-inputting the weight value corresponding to the output value (mV/V) of the load
cell, calibration is performed so that the input of the entered output value results in the
entered weight value display.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Balance Weight Value corresponding to the output value to be entered in 4).
(1-Balance Weight Value)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
Balance Weight Value
(0 ~ 99999)
3) Select setting mode 9.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
4) Input the Output value of the load cell. (2-Equivalent Calibration)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
Output value of the load cell
(0.5000 ~ 3.2000)
※ If any error message appears, refer to "11.OVER SCALE & ERROR" on P.155.
※ If “
” (Zero Calibration again) appears, redo Zero Calibration,
and then perform Equivalent Calibration again.
※“
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” is displayed when calibrating by resolution that exceeds 1/10000.
5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5. FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-1. Display Frequency
Select the F701-C display frequency. The numbers of updates on the display per second
is only selected here.
Internal A/D conversion speed and CPU processing speed are not changed. The available
display frequencies are: 25, 13, 6 or 3 times/sec.. 25 times/sec. is recommended for
normal operation.
If the display flickers, select a lower frequency.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select Display frequency. (7-Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
Display frequency
3 : 25 times/sec.
2 : 13 times/sec.
1 : 6 times/sec.
0 : 3 times/sec.
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-2. Subdisplay Selection
Set the data to be displayed in the subdisplay area.
What is displayed in the subdisplay area is the data set here out of:
Near Zero/Upper Limit/Lower Limit; Final/Over/Under; Accumulation Count/Latest
Accumulation
Data/Final;
Latest
Accumulation
Data/Accumulation
Value;
Accumulation Count/Accumulation Value; and None.
(For details, please refer to "1-1.Front Panel" ② Subdisplay on P.1.)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select the data to be displayed. (7-Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Subdisplay selection
5 : Near Zero / Upper Limit / Lower Limit
4 : Final / Over / Under
3 : Accumulation Count /
Latest Accumulation Data / Final
2 : Latest Accumulation Data /
Accumulation Value
1 : Accumulation Count / Accumulation Value
0 : None
5-3. Digital Filter
This function minimizes instability of the weight value by calculating the average
frequency of the data converted from analog to digital. The frequency of the moving
average selected from OFF(0) ~ 256 times. A higher frequency will make a more stable
display with slower response.
A lower frequency will have quicker response but more unstable display.
Select the most suitable value for the weighing.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the frequency of moving averages. (6-Digital Filter)
6
CPS
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
Digital Filter (times)
(0 ~ 256)
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CNG/ENT
5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-4. Analog Filter
This function stabilizes the display by removing low frequency noise from the load cell
signal as well as averaging analog signals.
Selectable frequencies are: 2, 4, 6 or 8Hz. A higher frequency will make a more quick
response but sometimes read a noise in.
Select the most suitable value for the weighing.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select cutoff frequency. (8-Analog Filter)
8
UNDER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Analog Filter
3:8Hz
2:6Hz
1:4Hz
0:2Hz
5-5. Filter in Stable Condition
When indicated value is stable, this function automatically insert the Digital Filter for
restraining the instability. Select whether inserts it or not.
Regarding the definition of stability, refer to "5-6.Motion Detection (MD)" on P.57.
F701-C
OFF
Analog
Filter
Load cell
Digital
Filter
A/D
converter
Stab OFF or filter is not
inserted in stable condition.
Digital
Filter
Setting counts
Stable
("5-3.Digital Filter" (128 Count fixed)
on P.55)
Setting frequency
("5-4.Analog Filter"
on P.56)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select whether or not to insert the filter. (7-External Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
Filter in stable condition
1 : Not insert
0 : Insert (128 times)
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-6. Motion Detection (MD)
Set the parameter to detect the stability of the indicated value.
When the range of weight changes is within the set range and the status lasts for set
period of time, the Stab. turns ON considering to be the weight stable.
There are stable mode and checker mode in Motion Detection.
Stable mode
D1 ~ D5 shown below are compared with a set range at each A/D conversion.
* D1 represents the difference between current weight value and the value 1 second
previous. If one of them exceeds the range, the Stab. turns OFF at once.
〈e.g.1〉
D1
D2
D4
D3
D5
0.3
0.6
0.8
0.95
1.00 sec.
Weight value
〈e.g.2〉
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
Weight value
Checker mode
D1 ~ D3 shown below are compared with a set range at each A/D conversion.
If one of them exceeds the range, the Stab. turns OFF at once.
* D1 represents the difference between current weight value and the value 0.09 second
previous.
D1
D2
D3
0.03
0.06
0.09 sec.
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
When the Stab. is ON, it enables to insert the Digital Filter to restrain the instability of
weight value. (Please refer to "5-5.Filter in Stable Condition" on P.56.)
OFF
Analog
Filter
Stab OFF
Digital
Filter
A/D
Cutoff
frequency selectable
(2,4,6,8 Hz)
Digital
Filter
Comparator
Counts selectable
Stab. ON
(0 ~ 256 Times) (128 Times fixed)
Set under Analog Filter in setting mode 1,
and Digital Filter in setting mode 2.
Set ON/OFF under External Function
Selection in setting mode 4.
Setting motion detect parameter
MD mode
Select the stable condition from stable mode or checker mode.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select a desired mode. (7-External Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
→
ZERO
CNG/ENT
Motion Detection mode
1 : Checker mode
0 : Stable mode
MD period
Setting the period for judging the stability of weight.
(Input range / 0.0 ~ 9.9)
MD range
Comparing the value (setting value×minimum scale division) with the
range of weight change.
(Input range / 0 ~ 99)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Period and Range. (7-Motion Detection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
Period (sec.)
(0.0 ~ 9.9)
CNG/ENT
Range
(0 ~ 99)
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-7. Zero Tracking (ZT)
This function automatically adjusts slow drifts and slight shifting of the zero point due to
small amounts of accumulation on a scale.
・Zero Tracking adjusts the zero point every set period when the
shifting of the zero point is within the set point.
・The Tracking Period must be set between 0.0 and 9.9 seconds. The
Tracking Range (digit) must be set from 0 ~ 9999 using a 1/4 scale
division as a unit. (0002=0.5 divisions, 0012=3 divisions)
Zero Tracking does not work when the period is set 0.0 or the range
is set to 00.
From the point when it returned within the range,
counting will be resumed.
Boundary of zero track
+
0
Tracking range
-
Tracking period
Weighing value
Tracking period
a) Zero Tracking Period
(Input range / 0.0 ~ 9.9)
b) Zero Tracking Range
(Input range / 0 ~ 9999)
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Zero Tracking Period. (8-Zero Tracking Period)
8
UNDER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Period (sec.)
(0.0 ~ 9.9)
b)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Zero Tracking Range. (9-Zero Tracking Range)
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
Range
(0 ~ 9999)
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CNG/ENT
5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-8. Digital Zero (DZ)
The Gross weight is forcibly zeroed by this function. The Net weight changes according
to the following expression: (Net weight) = (Gross weight) - (Tare weight).
If the digital zero operation is performed where Gross weight exceeds the DZ Regulation
Value (Please refer to "5-10.Zero Regulation Value" on P.61.), “ ZALM ” flashes to give a
warning of the problem.
In this case DZ Regulation Value is subtracted from Gross weight.
Operation
1) Press
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
.
2) Gross is zeroed.
・Digital zero by external signal
By short-circuiting A3pin (D/Z ON) and COM on the control connector, Gross weight is
immediately zeroed.
Net weight changes according to the following expression:
(Net weight) = (Gross weight) - (Tare weight).
OFF
ON
Pulse width 50msec or more
* In a case where 0 is not indicated when performing digital zero operation or
when “ ZALM ” flashes, the following causes are considered.
Cause
Measure
Digital zero operation was performed
・Change the set value of the DZ Regulation
when the DZ Regulation Value
Value and perform digital zero operation
(default value 200) was exceeded.
again. (However, since this is a temporary
measure, perform Zero Calibration at an
early time.)
・Remove lightweight residue adhered to the
tank.
・Check that there is no mechanical contact.
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-9. Digital Zero Clear
This function clears the digital zero.
If this operation is performed when “ ZALM ” flashes, the digital zero is cleared, and
“ ZALM ” goes out.
Operation
1) By selecting setting mode 9 (Calibration mode), the digital zero is cleared.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
5-10. Zero Regulation Value
Set a range of zero point adjustment (a gap from the registered Zero Calibration value)
by digital zero or zero tracking.
If the digital zero operation is performed or zero tracking operates where the DZ
Regulation Value is exceeded, “ ZALM ” flashes to give a warning of the problem.
(Input range / 0 ~ 9999)
Operation
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the DZ Regulation Value. (6-DZ Regulation Value)
6
CPS
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
DZ Regulation Value
(0 ~ 9999)
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CNG/ENT
5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-11. One-touch Tare Subtraction
Tare is subtracted and Net weight is zeroed by pressing
key.
TARE
However, the operation is performed only when “ STAB ” is on depending on the setting
of Restriction on the Tare Subtraction Function in setting mode 4. The range of Tare
subtraction can be selected from all range or 0 < Tare ≦ Capacity.
Operation
1) Press
TARE
.
2) “ TARE ” lights.
・Tare subtraction by external signal
By short-circuiting A4pin (Tare subtraction ON) and COM on the control connector, Net
weight is immediately zeroed, and “ TARE ” lights.
OFF
ON
Pulse width 50msec or more
* If Net weight is not zeroed by performing the operation of Tare subtraction, the
following causes are presumable.
Cause
The indicated value is Gross weight.
Measure
Press the
GROSS
/NET
ESC
key to change the
indicated value into Net weight.
(If “ NET ” is on, the indicated value is Net
weight.)
The indicated value is not stable.
(By setting)
Perform the operation of Tare subtraction
when “ STAB ” is ON.
The indicated value is out of the
Perform the operation of Tare subtraction in
range of Tare subtraction.
the range of Tare subtraction.
(By setting)
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-12. One-touch Tare Subtraction Reset
The subtracted Tare can be restored and Net weight becomes equal to Gross weight.
Operation
1) Press
TARE
RESET
.
2) “ TARE ” goes out.
・Tare subtraction reset by external signal
By short-circuiting A5pin (Tare subtraction OFF) and COM on the control connector,
Tare subtraction is immediately reset, and Net weight and Gross weight are equalized.
“ TARE ” goes out.
OFF
ON
Pulse width 50msec or more
* If Net weight and Gross weight are not equalized by resetting Tare subtraction, the
following cause is presumable.
Cause
Measure
The digital tare subtraction
Set the value of Tare Weight in setting mode
function is valid.
1 to 0, or set digital tare subtraction
ON/OFF in setting mode 2 to OFF.
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-13. Digital Tare Subtraction
Tare is subtracted and Net weight is zeroed.
Set Tare Weight by pressing
key then set digital tare subtraction ON.
TARE
a) Digital tare subtraction
(Select from ON/OFF)
b) Tare Weight
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select Digital tare subtraction ON/OFF. (3-Weighing Function 3)
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
1 : Digital tare subtraction ON
0 : Digital tare subtraction OFF
b)
1) Select setting mode 1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Tare Weight. (9-Tare Weight)
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
→
Tare Weight
(0 ~ 99999)
Tare subtraction and digital tare subtraction functions independently.
When
TARE
is pressed, tare subtraction will be executed at once
then Net weight becomes 0 while digital tare subtraction is ON.
However, when tare subtraction is active in Restriction of the Tare
Subtraction Function, ON/OFF in digital tare subtraction and Tare
Weight maybe invalid.
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-14. Restriction of the Tare Subtraction Function
It can be restricted the function of digital tare subtraction or one touch tare subtraction.
a) One-touch tare subtraction
acceptance condition
(Select from Regularly / In stable mode)
It displays the timing of the Tare subtraction.
b) Range of tare subtraction
(Whole range or from 0 < Tare ≦ Capacity)
c) Tare Weight display with
(Select from Valid / Invalid)
the
0
key
If it is set to be valid, the Tare Weight is displayed
at the weight display section by pressing
d) Digital tare subtraction
0
.
(Select from Valid / Invalid)
expansion
(Prohibition of Tare Weight and digital tare
subtraction ON/OFF when one-touch tare
subtraction is working.)
Select valid for inhibiting Tare Weight and digital
tare subtraction ON/OFF when tare subtraction
is in operation.
Operation
a), b), c), d)
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Put restrictions on the above four items.
(9-Restriction of the Tare Subtraction Function)
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
→
One-touch Tare subtraction
acceptance condition
1 : Accept only at stable time
0 : Accept regularly
Range of Tare subtraction
1 : 0 < Tare ≦ Capacity
0 : Total range
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→
CNG/ENT
Tare Weight display with
the
0
key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
Prohibition of Tare Weight
and digital tare subtraction
ON/OFF when one-touch
tare subtraction is working.
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-15. Switching Gross Weight/Net Weight Display
The switching Gross weight/Net weight is executed by pressing
GROSS
/NET
ESC
on the main
display. It can be switched over ON/OFF by using the signal from control connector to
avoid false operation on the display.
・Internal key mode ............ Switching with the
GROSS
/NET
ESC
key on the normal screen.
Switching with the signal (edge input) from the control
connector.
・External input mode......... Switching with the signal (revel input) from the control
connector.
When external switch over is set,
GROSS
/NET
on the main display becomes invalid.
ESC
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select from Internal key mode/External input mode.
(7-External Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
Switching Gross weight/Net weight display
1 : External input mode
0 : Internal key mode
・Switching by external signal(A2pin)
・In internal key mode
Net weight display results on the ON edge (OFF → ON) of the external input.
Gross weight display results on the OFF edge (ON → OFF) of the external input.
Net weight display
Gross weight display
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
・In external key mode
Net weight display results at ON, and Gross weight display results at OFF.
OFF
Net weight display
Gross weight display
ON
Undecided interval (within 50ms)
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5.FUNCTION SETTINGS
5-16. Reversing Symbol at Discharging Control
When discharging a fixed quantity material from material bin, Net weight becomes
negative.
Discharging weight can be revised to positive by reversing the polarity of Net weight.
Select from Net weight with - sign ON or Net weight with - sign OFF.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
→
F
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select the sign. (7-External Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
→
ZERO
CNG/ENT
At discharging weighing time
1 : Net weight is displayed with the sign not reversed.
0 : Net weight is displayed with the sign reversed.
5-17. Invalidation of Function Keys
Function keys on the front panel can be invalidated to prevent malfunctioning due to key
operation.
a) [TARE] key
TARE
(Select from Valid / Invalid)
b) [TARE RESET] key
TARE
RESET
(Select from Valid / Invalid)
c) [ZERO] key
ZERO
(Select from Valid / Invalid)
d) [GROSS/NET] key
GROSS
/NET
ESC
(Select from Valid / Invalid)
Operation
a), b), c), d)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select whether each key is Valid or Invalid. (5-Function Key Invalid)
5
SP2
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→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
[TARE] key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
[GROSS/NET] key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
[TARE RESET] key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
[ZERO] key
1 : Valid
0 : Invalid
6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6. DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
The discharging control means the control method for discharging raw material from the
hopper or tank.
F701-C enables to discharge accurate quantity with the proper combination of setting the
control of Final, Set Point 2, Set Point 1, Compensation and Judging Over, Under, Go
and Timer for Comparison Inhibit, Judging.
According to the way of discharging, Feeding, Discharging or Simple comparison
control or Sequence control is selectable.
6-1. Feeding Weighing and Discharging Weighing
6-1-1. Feeding Weighing
A method controlling a weight while feeding raw materials into a measuring tank
(hopper).
Example of feeding weighing
In this example system, raw materials are to be fed from the material tank to the
weighing tank. At first, the feeding valves are to be fully opened to feed, and closed in
the order of Set Point 1 → Set Point 2, and Set Point 2 → Set Point 3 at the time of Final
- Set Point 1, and Final - Set Point 2, respectively. The feeding valves are to be
completely closed at the time of Final - Compensation. The weighed raw materials are to
be discharged to a container by opening the discharge valves.
F701-C
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
(1) By setting external input Tare subtraction ON (or with the
TARE
key on the panel),
Net weight is zeroed. (Tare subtraction)
(2) The feeding valves are fully opened to start feeding. When the weighed value reaches
(Final - Set Point 1), Set Point 1 output signal turns ON. (If the comparison inhibit
timer is set, the timer starts.) Set Point 1 valve of the material tank is closed.
(3) When the weighed value reaches (Final - Set Point 2), Set Point 2 output signal turns
ON. (If the comparison inhibit timer is set, the timer starts.) Set Point 2 valve of the
material tank is closed”.
(4) When the weighed value reaches (Final - Compensation), Set Point 3 output signal
turns ON, and if the judging timer is set, the timer starts. The feeding valves are
completely closed.
(5) After the judging timer expires, Over/Under judgment is made. If the weighed value
exceeds the range of the Over/Under setting value, the over signal or under signal
turns ON.
(6) Raw materials are discharged from the weighing tank to a container. The valves of
the weighing tank should be opened. Completion of discharge is confirmed with the
Near Zero signal. In weighing from the second time onward, (1) ~ (5) are repeated.
The feeding valves and discharge valves should be opened and closed
through the sequencer or relay sequence according to the control
signals from the F701-C.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
NET
Final
Final – CPS
Over
Under
Final – SP2
Final – SP1
Near Zero
0
TIME
Tare subtraction
SP1
SP2
SP3
Comparison
Inhibit Timer
Judging Timer
Near Zero
Judgment
(Go, Over or Under)
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-1-2. Discharging Weighing
First supply raw material into a metering tank (hopper), then controls a weight while
discharging raw material from the metering tank.
Example of discharging weighing
In discharging weighing, the amount of discharge can be weighed by adding negative
weighed values. In this example system, raw materials are to be fed from the material
tank to the weighing tank, and a fixed quantity of raw materials are to be discharged from
the weighing tank to a container. At first, the discharge valves of the weighing tank are to
be fully opened to discharge raw materials, and the discharge valves are to be closed in
the order of Set Point 1 → Set Point 2, and Set Point 2 → Set Point 3 at the time of Final
- Set Point 1, and Final - Set Point 2, respectively. The discharge valves are to be
completely closed at the time of Final - Compensation, when one measurement is
completed. When the weighing tank runs short, the feeding valves are to be opened to
replenish the weighing tank with raw materials from the material tank to weigh.
F701-C
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
(1) The valves of the material tank are opened by the lower limit signal, and raw
materials are fed into the weighing tank.
(2) It is detected by the upper limit signal that the weighing tank is full, and the valves of
the material tank are closed.
(3) By setting external input Tare subtraction ON (or with the
TARE
key on the panel),
Net weight is zeroed. (Tare subtraction)
(4) The discharge valves are fully opened to start discharging. When the weighed value
reaches (Final - Set Point 1), Set Point 1 output signal turns ON. (If the comparison
inhibit timer is set, the timer starts.) The discharge valve (Set Point 1) is closed.
(5) When the weighed value reaches (Final - Set Point 2), Set Point 2 output signal turns
ON. (If the comparison inhibit timer is set, the timer starts.) The discharge valve (Set
Point 2) is closed.
(6) When the weighed value reaches (Final - Compensation), Set Point 3 output signal
turns ON, and if the judging timer is set, the timer starts. The discharge valves are
completely closed.
(7) After the judging timer expires, Over/Under judgment is made. If the weighed value
exceeds the range of the Over/Under setting value, the over signal or under signal is
output. In weighing from the second time onward, (3) ~ (6) are repeated in a like
manner.
(8) When the weighing tank runs short of raw materials, the valves of the material tank
are opened by the output of the lower limit signal to feed raw materials into the
weighing tank.
The feeding valves and discharge valves should be opened and closed
through the sequencer or relay sequence according to the control
signals from the F701-C.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
GROSS
Gross for Upper/Lower limit comparison,
and Net for Final, Set Point 2, and Near Zero comparisons.
(In discharging weighing, Net is compared negatively.)
Raw materials are fed until
the upper limit signal is output.
Lower Limit
0
TIME
Final – SP1
Final – SP2
Final – CPS
NET
Tare subtraction
SP1
SP2
SP3
Comparison
Inhibit Timer
Judging Timer
Lower Limit
Judgment
(Go, Over or Under)
The Near Zero signal is used for discharge completion confirmation as in the
case of feeding weighing.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-1-3. Discharging Mode
Set the feeding or discharging. Selectable methods are feeding control, discharging
control and external selection (Changing the feed/Discharge by the signal from control
connector).
Operation
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select Discharging control mode. (1-Weighing Function 1)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Discharging control mode
2 : External selection
1 : Discharging control
0 : Feeding control
・Discharging control mode by external signal
Switch with the pin set at “Feed/Discharge” out of B2 to B5 pin on the control connector.
OFF → Feeding control, ON → Discharging control.
OFF
ON
Discharging control
Feeding control
Undecided interval (within 50ms)
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-2. Simple Comparison Control and Sequence Control
6-2-1. Simple Comparison
Compares weight value with discharging value regulerly.
Output is always ON when the weight value satisfies the conditions of final discharging
setting items.
In simple comparison control, the next weighing is judged to be possible when the
weight falls short of 25% of the Final after completion of the previous weighing.
NET
Over
Under
Final
Final – CPS
Final – SP2
Final – SP1
Near Zero
0
Near Zero
TIME
OFF
SP1
ON
ON
ON
SP2
SP3
Comparison
Inhibit Timer
ON
t1
t1
Judging Timer
t2
Stable
ON
Complete
ON
Complete Timer
t3
Over
Go
Under
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ON
OFF
6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
● The Over/Under comparison timing depends on the Over/Under comparison mode
setting (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2).
(It is set at “Regularly” in the illustration.)
● The completion signal output timing depends on the complete signal output mode
setting (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2).
● t1 : Comparison Inhibit Time
Comparison Inhibit Time in setting mode 1
t2 : Judging Time
Judging Time in setting mode 1
t3 : Complete Output Time
Complete Output Time in setting mode 1
● Conditional expression
・Near Zero turns ON when Weight value ≦ Set value of Near Zero
・SP1 output turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - SP1
・SP2 output turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - SP2
・SP3 output turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - CPS
・Under turns ON when Weight value < Final - Under
・Over turns ON when Weight value > Final + Over
・Go turns ON when Final + Over ≧ Weight value ≧ Final - Under
● Select the weight value for Near Zero comparison from Gross weight/Net weight
(Weighing Function 1 in setting mode 2).
● Select the comparison weight value for Set Point 1, Set Point 2 and Set Point 3 output
signals, and Over, Go and Under judgment signals from Gross weight/Net weight
(Weighing Function 1 in setting mode 2).
6-2-2. Sequential Control
This is a control method which compares the weight value with discharging value after
starting signal of weighing ON.
When the starting signal ON, output of each signal of Set Point 1, Set Point 2, and Final
turns ON then the signal turns OFF after weight value satisfied the each condition.
Sequential control can be conducted without connecting external sequencer in sequence
control.
Sequence controls are classified into following categories.
1)Normal sequence control
Start weighing with start signal and finish the weighing by the output of complete
signal.
2)Sequence control with adjust feeding
Adjust feeding is executed for the set period in adjusting time after completing the
weighing.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
① Normal sequence control (with Over/Under judgment)
NET
Over
Under
Final
Final – CPS
Final – SP2
Final – SP1
Near Zero
0
Tare Subtraction
Start
TIME
ON
ON
OFF
Stop
SP1
ON
SP2
ON
SP3
ON
Complete
ON
Judgment (Over, Go or Under)
Comparison
Inhibiti Timer
t1
t1
t2
t3
Judging Timer
Complete Timer
HOLD
Near Zero
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
● The completion signal output timing depends on the complete signal output mode
setting (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2).
● The Over/Under comparison timing is such that the Over/Under comparison mode
setting (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2) is ignored, but comparisons are made
when the completion output is ON, and the weight value is held.
● Upper/Lower limit comparison is always made in defiance of the setting of Upper/
Lower limit comparison mode (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2).
● t1 : Comparison Inhibit Time
Comparison Inhibit Time in setting mode 1
t2 : Judging Time
Judging Time in setting mode 1
t3 : Complete Output Time
Complete Output Time in setting mode 1
● Conditional expression
・Near Zero turns ON when Weight value ≦ Set value of Near Zero
※ Set Point 1 / Set Point 2 / Set Point 3 feeding gate signal is turned ON at the ON
edge (OFF → ON) of the start signal.
・SP1 turns OFF when Weight value ≧ Final - SP1
・SP2 turns OFF when Weight value ≧ Final - SP2
・SP3 turns OFF when Weight value ≧ Final - CPS
・Under turns ON when Weight value < Final - Under
・Over turns ON when Weight value > Final + Over
・Go turns ON when Final + Over ≧ Weight value ≧ Final - Under
● Select the weight value for Near Zero comparison from Gross weight/Net weight
(Weighing Function 1 in setting mode 2).
● Select the comparison weight value for Set Point 1, Set Point 2 and Set Point 3 output
signals, and Over, Go and Under judgment signals from Gross weight/Net weight
(Weighing Function 1 in setting mode 2).
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
② Normal sequence control (without Over/Under judgment)
START
ON
OFF
STOP
SP1
ON
SP2
ON
SP3
ON
Complete
ON
Comparison Inhibit Timer
t1
t1
t3
Completion Timer
● When the setting of Judging Times in setting mode 1 is 00, Over/Under judgment is
not made.
● The completion signal output timing is such that the complete signal output mode
setting (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2) is ignored, but it is output at the OFF
edge (ON → OFF) of the final signal (Set Point 3 signal).
● t1 : Comparison Inhibit Time
t3 : Complete Output Time
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Comparison Inhibit Time in setting mode 1
Complete Output Time in setting mode 1
6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
③ Sequence with adjust feeding
START
ON
OFF
STOP
SP1
ON
SP2
ON
SP3
ON
Complete
ON
Judgment (Over or Go)
Comparison Inhibit Timer
t1
t1
t2
t4
t2
t3
Judging Timer
Adjust Feeding Timer
Completion Timer
HOLD
● Set adjust feeding (ON/OFF) (Sequence Mode in setting mode 2) to ON.
● The completion signal output timing depends on the complete signal output mode
setting (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2).
● The Over/Under comparison timing is such that the Over/Under comparison mode
setting (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2) is ignored, but comparisons are made
when the completion output is ON, and the weight value is held.
● Upper/Lower limit comparison is always made in defiance of the setting of Upper/
Lower limit comparison mode (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2).
● t1 : Comparison Inhibit Time
Comparison Inhibit Time in setting mode 1
t2 : Judging Time
Judging Time in setting mode 1
t3 : Completion output time
Completion Output Time in setting mode 1
t4 : Adjust Feeding Time
Adjust Feeding Time in setting mode 1
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About the stop signal
START
ON
OFF
STOP
ON
SP1
ON
SP2
ON
SP3
ON
Sequence error
● When the stop signal is turned ON, all the signals of Set Point 1 output, Set Point 2
output and Set Point 3 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.
6-2-3. Sequence Mode
Setting Simple comparison/Sequence control.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select from Simple comparison mode/Sequence mode. (4-Sequence Mode)
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
1 : Sequence mode
0 : Simple comparison mode
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-3. Auto Free Fall Compensation Regulation /
Auto Free Fall Compensation ON/OFF /
Average Count of Auto Free Fall Compensation /
Auto Free Fall Compensation Coefficient
Auto free fall compensation adjusts the amount of suspended ingredient automatically to
reduce weight error. Register auto free fall compensation parameter.
Principle of auto free fall compensation
Sampling the weight value when the complete signal turns ON after Set Point 3 finished.
Record “n” times(A) the difference(D) between set Final value and actual weight value,
average the difference and multiplied by compensation coefficient, then add the result of
Compensation value.
Value added to Compensation value
(D1 + D2 + D3・・・
・・・DA)
A
× C
F701-C can regulate the value of D for minimizing the errors.
When D is within the range of (Final + AFFC.) ≧ Actual weight ≧ (Final - AFFC.),
F701-C processes auto free fall compensation.
And when compensation feeding is ON in Sequence Mode, F701-C samples the weight
value before compensation feeding.
Request
The auto free fall compensation function stores compensation samples by
using the Over/Under judgment signals.
If the number of Judging Times is set to 00 (no judgment), the F701-C
cannot store such samples for auto free fall compensation, so that the
compensation function does not work.
For using the auto free fall compensation function, set the number of
Judging Times to 01 or more.
For details, please refer to "a) Judging Times" on P.94.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
Example)
Times
Final
20.000
AFFC.
0.100
Average count of AFFC.
4
AFFC. coefficient
2/4
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
※ When Compensation value is changed, average count of AFFC. becomes 0.
Setting compensation coefficient
Compensation coefficient can be selected from 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, or 1.
You can get more accurate compensation value by selecting 1 when
each weight value is approximate same in each measuring or by
selecting 1/4 ~ 2/4 when each weight value fluctuates in each
measuring.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
Setting compensation parameter
a) AFFC.
Set the regulated value to avoid the compensation
value becomes extremely large (or small).
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
b) AFFC. ON/OFF
Selection of AFFC.
When CC-Link is installed, writing of free fall compensation data can be prohibited, at the time of
writing in the exclusive data area.
(Select from OFF, ON, ON(Communication OP invalid))
c) Average count of AFFC.
Number of weighing value for calculating the
average of compensation.
(Input range / 1 ~ 9)
d) AFFC. coefficient
Setting for avoiding fluctuations of the compensation
value be computed by multiplying the compensation
and the coefficient of not more than 1.
(Select from 1, 3/4, 2/4 or 1/4)
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the AFFC.. (7-Auto Free Fall Compensation Regulation)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Auto Free Fall Compensation Regulation
(0 ~ 99999)
b), c), d)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set AFFC. ON/OFF, average count of AFFC. and AFFC. coefficient.
(3-Weighing Function 3)
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
3 : AFFC. coefficient
2:
〃
1:
〃
0:
〃
→
1/4
2/4
3/4
1
→
CNG/ENT
Average count of AFFC.
(1 ~ 9)
2:AFFC. ON
(Communication OP invalid)
1: 〃
0: 〃
ON
OFF
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-4. Final / Set Point 2 / Set Point 1 / Compensation / Over / Under
Setting for controlling and judging the discharge.
WEIGHT
Over
Under
Final
Final – CPS
Final – SP2
Final – SP1
Near Zero
0
Near Zero
SP1
TIME
OFF
ON
ON
SP2
ON
SP3
ON
Over
Go
ON
Under
OFF
Outputting the control signal to external part from the control connector by the value set
here.
Setting Discharging Fixed Value
Setting
Near Zero
Display
NZ
Set Point 1
SP1
Weight value ≧ Final - SP1
Set Point 2
SP2
Weight value ≧ Final - SP2
Set Point 3
SP3
Weight value ≧ Final - CPS
Weight value ≦ Set value of Near Zero
Under
Weight value < Final - Under
Over
Weight value > Final + Over
Go
85
Judging Formula
Final + Over ≧ Weight value ≧ Final - Under
6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
a) Final
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
b) Set Point 2
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
c) Set Point 1
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
d) Compensation
(Input range / 0 ~ 9999)
e) Over
(Input range / 0 ~ 999)
f) Under
(Input range / 0 ~ 999)
※ Not for using Set Point 1 and Set Point 2, make the settings of Set Point 1 and Set
Point 2 equal to the Final.
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Final. (9-Final)
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
Final
(0 ~ 99999)
b)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Set Point 2. (5-Set Point 2)
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
→
Set Point 2
(0 ~ 99999)
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
c)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Set Point 1. (4-Set Point 1)
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
Set Point 1
(0 ~ 99999)
d)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Compensation. (6-Compensation)
6
CPS
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
Compensation
(0 ~ 9999)
e)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Over. (7-Over)
7
OVER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
Over
(0 ~ 999)
f)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Under. (8-Under)
8
UNDER
→
CNG/ENT
→
Under
(0 ~ 999)
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CNG/ENT
CNG/ENT
6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-5. Near Zero / Upper Limit / Lower Limit
Setting for judging the final discharging function.
〈 Conditional formula 〉
a) Near Zero
Weight value ≦ Near Zero
ON
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
b) Upper Limit
Weight value > Upper Limit
ON
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
c) Lower Limit
Weight value < Lower Limit
ON
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Near Zero. (3-Near Zero)
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
Near Zero
(0 ~ 99999)
b)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Upper Limit. (1-Upper Limit)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
Upper Limit
(0 ~ 99999)
c)
1) Select setting mode 0.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
0
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Lower Limit. (2-Lower Limit)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
Lower Limit
(0 ~ 99999)
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-6. Upper/Lower Limit Comparison /
Upper/Lower Limit Comparison Mode /
Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison /
Over/Under Comparison Mode
It enables to select the weight (Gross/Net) to be compared and the timing of comparison
at the each comparison point of Upper/Lower limit, Near Zero or Over/Under.
a)Upper/Lower limit
comparison
(Select from Gross weight / Net weight /
Comparison OFF)
b)Upper/Lower limit
comparison mode
(Select from Comparison Regularly /
External Judging ON)
c)Near Zero comparison
(Select from Gross weight / Net weight /
Comparison OFF / | Gross weight | / | Net weight |)
d)Over/Under comparison
(Select from Gross weight / Net weight /
Comparison OFF)
e)Over/Under comparison mode (Select from Comparison Regularly /
External Judging ON / Complete Signal ON /
Complete ON Hold)
Operation
a), c), d)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set Upper/Lower limit comparison, Near Zero comparison and Final and Over/Under
comparison. (1-Weighing Function 1)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
Final and Over/Under comparison
2 : Comparison OFF
1 : Net weight
0 : Gross weight
Upperr/Lower limit comparison
2 : Comparison OFF
1 : Net weight
0 : Gross weight
89
→
CNG/ENT
Near Zero comparison
4 : ON when
|Net weight| ≦ Near Zero
setting value
3 : ON when
|Gross weight| ≦ Near Zero
setting value
2 : Comparison OFF
1 : ON when
Net weight ≦ Near Zero
setting value
0 : ON when
Gross weight ≦ Near Zero
setting value
6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
b), e)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set Upper/Lower limit comparison mode and Over/Under comparison mode.
(2-Weighing Function 2)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
→
ZERO
CNG/ENT
Upper/Lower limit
comparison mode
1 : Comparison is
made when the
external judgment
input is ON.
0 : Comparison
regularly
Over/Under comparison mode
3 : Comparison is made, and the
weight value is held when the
complete output is ON.
2 : Comparison is made when the
complete output is ON.
1 : Comparison is made when the
external judgment input is ON.
0 : Comparison regularly
B2 to B5 pin on the control connector can be used as judgment signals by setting.
OFF
ON
Judge
Undecided interval
(within 50ms)
Be aware that no judgment is made if there is no judgment input set
by the input selection when the over/under comparison mode or the
upper/lower limit comparison mode is set at “Comparison is made
when the external judgment input is ON.” However, the external
judgment input cannot be used in the sequence mode.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-7. Complete Signal Output Mode / Complete Output Time /
Judging Time / Comparison Inhibit Time / Output Selection 2
・Comparison Inhibit Time/Judging Time
The function which inhibits the comparison for certain period of time to eliminate false
control or judgement with the vibration caused by opening or closing of valve.
Final – CPS
Final –SP2
Final –SP1
Judging Time
Comparison Inhibit Time
0
・Complete Output Time
Setting the period of complete signal (Control connector B10pin) output when the
weighing is completed.
NET
Final
Final – CPS
Final –SP2
Over
Under
Final –SP1
Near Zero
0
TIME
Stab
ON
Complete
Complete time
ON
Complete Output Time
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
a) Complete signal output mode (Select from Judging Time / Judge & Stable /
Judging / Stable)
b) Complete Output Time
(Input range / 0.00 ~ 9.99)
c) Judging Time
(Input range / 0.00 ~ 9.99)
d) Comparison Inhibit Time
(Input range / 0.00 ~ 9.99)
e) Output Selection 2
(Select from Go output / Complete output)
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select Compete signal output mode. (2-Weighing Function 2)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
Complete signal output mode
2 : ON for the Complete Output Time from when
the judging timer has expired or from when
the weight value becomes stable after the SP3
signal turns ON.
1 : ON for the Complete Output Time from when
the weight value becomes stable after
the judging timer has expired.
0 : ON for the Complete Output Time from when
the judging timer has expired.
b)
1) Select setting mode1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Complete Output Time. (3-Complete Output Time)
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Complete Output Time (sec.)
(0.00 ~ 9.99)
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
c)
1) Select setting mode 1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Judging Time. (2-Judging Time)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Judging Time (sec.)
(0.00 ~ 9.99)
d)
1) Select setting mode 1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Comparison Inhibit Time. (1-Comparison Inhibit Time)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Comparison Inhibit Time (sec.)
(0.00 ~ 9.99)
e)
1) Select setting mode 5.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set Output selection 2. (2-Output Selection)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
Output Selection 2 (B10 pin)
1 : Complete output
0 : Go output
・Unless the weight value once drops down to 25% or less of the Final
after the complete output, the complete output will not turn on after
the next weighing.
・If the Final is set at 0, the complete output may turn on at power-on.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-8. Judging Times / AZ Times / At Start Near Zero Confirmation /
At Start Weight Value Confirmation / Adjust Feeding /
Adjust Feeding Time
a) Judging Times
The Selection whether conduct the judgment on Over, Under or Go when complete
signal is displayed after completing the weighing.
Set the number from 00 to 99.
00 : Without judging
01 : Conducting judging every time
02 : Conducting an judging for every twice
03 : Conducting an judging for every three times
99 : Conducting an one judging in 99 times
< Example > When the number of Judging Times is set to 2.
Complete
Judging Times
2 times
Judging
Average count of AFFC.
2 times
AFFC.
Request
The auto free fall compensation function stores compensation samples by
using the Over/Under judgment signals.
If the number of Judging Times is set to 00 (no judgment), the F701-C
cannot store such samples for auto free fall compensation, so that the
compensation function does not work.
For using the auto free fall compensation function, set the number of
Judging Times to 01 or more.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
b) AZ times
The selection whether the weight value is set 0 or not at start.
When weight value = Gross weight, conduct digital zero or when weight value = Net
weight, subtract the Tare to set weight value for 0.
Set the number from 00 to 99.
00 : Without auto 0
01 : Conduct an auto zero every time.
02 : Conduct an auto zero for every twice.
03 : Conduct an auto zero for every three times.
99 : Conducting one auto zero in 99 times
< Example > When the number of AZ Times is set to 3.
Start
AZ times
3 times
Auto zero
・ Auto zero is operated at the same time as start signal is outputted.
・“
” will be displayed if zero alarm is caused by auto zero.
・ Tare subtraction and digital zero can be operated via the front keys
or the control connector even if you set the auto zero to (00) without
auto zero.
c) Near Zero confirmation at the start of weighing
Setting for confirming whether Near Zero signal ON at the start of weighing.
(Select from ON or OFF).
Weighing will normally start if the Near Zero is ON. “
” is displayed if the Near
Zero is OFF.
Refer to "6-5.Near Zero / Upper Limit / Lower Limit" on P.88 concerning Near Zero
setting.
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
d) Weight value confirmation at the start of weighing
Confirm whether the weighing value has reached SP1 at the start of weighing.
(select from ON or OFF) If it has, “
” will be displayed.
Refer to "6-4.Final / Set Point 2 / Set Point 1 / Compensation / Over / Under" on P.85
concerning Set Point 1 setting.
e) Adjust feeding
(Select from ON/OFF)
f) Adjust feeding time
(Input range / 0.00 ~ 9.99)
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Judging Times. (6-Judging Times)
6
CPS
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Judging Times
(0 ~ 99)
b)
1) Select setting mode 1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Auto Zero Times. (5-Auto Zero Times)
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Auto Zero Times
(0 ~ 99)
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
c), d), e)
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set Near Zero check at start-time, weight value check at start-time and adjust feeding.
(4-Sequence Mode)
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
→
1 : Adjust feeding
0 : 〃
→
ZERO
CNG/ENT
(Sequence control)
1 : At start-time, weight
value check
ON
0 : 〃
OFF
ON
OFF
(Sequence control)
1 : At start-time,
Near Zero check ON
0 : 〃
OFF
f)
1) Select setting mode 1.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Adjust Feeding Time. (4-Adjust Feeding Time)
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
Adjust Feeding Time (sec.)
(0.00 ~ 9.99)
97
CNG/ENT
6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-9. Net Over / Gross Over
This function warns you that the Net or Gross weight exceeds the entered control value.
a) Net Over
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
b) Gross Over
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999)
Conditional formula
Net Over
Net weight > Net Over set value
Gross Over
Gross weight > Gross Over set value
Display
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Net Over. (4-Net Over)
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Net Over
(0 ~ 99999)
b)
1) Select setting mode 3.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the Gross Over. (5-Gross Over)
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Gross Over
(0 ~ 99999)
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6.DISCHARGING CONTROL MODE
6-10. Weight Error / Sequence Error
Weight error
When the display is LOAD, OFL or ZALM, the output turns ON.
Sequence error
When the display is Err, the output turns ON.
Weight error and sequence error output signals are selectable by setting.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 5.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set Output selection 1. (2-Output Selection)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
ZERO
Output Selection 1 (B9 pin)
2 : Weight error or sequence error
1 : Sequence error
0 : Weight error
99
→
CNG/ENT
7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION SETTING AND OPERATION
7. STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION
SETTING AND OPERATION
Weight values are accumulated by this function. Based on the accumulated weight data,
statistical data, such as the maximum, minimum, and average, are calculated.
Weight values can be accumulated by the auto accumulation command or external input/
output signal, through RS-232C communication, RS-485 communication (option), CCLink (option).
Up to 10000 accumulations can be made. For 10001 or more accumulations, the
operation “Accumulation clear” must be performed to clear the accumulated and
statistical data.
While the number of accumulations is 10000, an accumulation error results. The
accumulation error can be outputted from B11 pin out of the external input/output signals
(by setting).
Even while the accumulation error is given, other weighing operations and the print
command (SI/F), etc., are not affected.
Operations other than those relating to statistics and accumulations are performed
normally.
The accumulation value and statistical data can be referred to in the subdisplay area or in
the setting mode 8.
(For details, please refer to "1-1.Front Panel" ② Subdisplay on P.1, "3-2-7.Setting Mode
8" on P.37.)
The accumulated weight could be Gross or Net weight,
which is selected in Over / Under Comparison of the
Comparison Mode.
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7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION SETTING AND OPERATION
7-1. Data Display
The statistics data accumulated in F701-C are displayed.
Weight values can be accumulated by weighing with the auto accumulation command
ON or by turning ON the external signal input “Accumulation command”.
What is displayed is average weight, max. value, min. value, general standard deviation,
sample standard deviation, accumulation count, latest accumulation data, or max. - min.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 8.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
8
UNDER
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set the data to be displayed.
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
2
LOWER
→
→
CNG/ENT
1-Average Weight (0 ~ 99999)
3
NEAR Z.
2-Max. Value (0 ~ 99999)
4
SP1
3-Min. Value (0 ~ 99999)
4-General Standard Deviation (0 ~ 99999)
5
SP2
5-Sample Standard Deviation (0 ~ 99999)
6
CPS
6-Accumulation Count (0 ~ 10000)
7-Latest Accumulation Data (0 ~ 99999)
7
OVER
8-Max. - Min. (0 ~ 99999)
8
UNDER
7-2. Accumulation Command
Weight values can be accumulated by the external input/output signal or through the RS232C, RS-485 (option), CC-Link (option) when desired.
Accumulation command by the external input/output
Set one of the B2 to 5 pins out of the external input/output signals to “accumulation
command”.
An immediate accumulation is executed at the ON edge of an input to the set pin.
OFF
ON
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Pulse width 50msec or more
7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION SETTING AND OPERATION
Operation
1) Select setting mode 5.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
2)One of input selections 1~4 is set to the Accumulation Command. (1-Input Selection)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Input selection 4 (B5 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 1 (B2 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 3 (B4 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 2 (B3 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Accumulation command through the RS-232C or RS-485 (option)
An immediate accumulation is executed when the accumulation command “CI” is
received from the host.
Host
F701-C
C
I CR
※ No return data
Accumulation command through the CC-Link (option)
Accumulation is executed by using the bit of RY0018 *.
Accumulation is executed by ON edge.
* When occupied 4 or 2stations. When 1 station is occupied, RY0008 is used.
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7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION SETTING AND OPERATION
7-3. Accumulation Clear
Clear Accumulated Data (times, accumulation value and statistical data).
Operation
1) Select setting mode 9.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the password “1235”. (9-Pass Word)
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
2
LOWER
3
NEAR Z.
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
Accumulations can be cleared by the password input or external input/output signal or
through the RS-232C, RS-485 (option), CC-Link (option).
Accumulation clear by the external input/output
Set one of the B2 to 5 pins out of the external input/output signals to “accumulation
clear”.
Immediate accumulation clearing is executed at the ON edge of an input to the set pin.
OFF
ON
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Pulse width 50msec or more
7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION SETTING AND OPERATION
Operation
1) Select setting mode 5.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
2)One of input selections 1~4 is set to the Accumulation Clear. (1-Input Selection)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Input selection 4 (B5 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 1 (B2 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 3 (B4 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 2 (B3 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Accumulation clear through the RS-232C or RS-485 (option)
Immediate accumulation clearing is executed when the accumulation command “CJ” is
received from the host.
Host
F701-C
C
J CR
※ No return data
Accumulation clear through the CC-Link (option)
Accumulation clearing is executed by using the bit of RY0019 *.
Accumulation clearing is executed by ON edge.
* When occupied 4 or 2stations. When 1 station is occupied, RY0009 is used.
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7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION SETTING AND OPERATION
7-4. Auto Accumulation Command
Select whether or not to automatically accumulate weight values in the F701-C. If the
auto accumulation command is on, an accumulation is made when the complete signal of
the F701-C turns on. At this time, the count, accumulation value and statistical data are
updated, and also an auto print command is sent onto the SI/F format.
However, in the case where the result of weighing is negative or in the case of “over
scale”, no accumulation is made if no judgment is set.
Auto accumulation command timing
1)Simple comparison command
Weighing Value
over
under
Final
Final - CPS
Final - Setpoint 2
Final - Setpoint 1
Near Zero
0
Near Zero
SP1
SP2
SP3
Time
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
Judging Time
Stable
t2
ON
Complete
Accumulation
ON
ON
t2 : Judging time
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7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION FUNCTION SETTING AND OPERATION
2)Sequence control
Weighing Value
over
under
Final
Final - CPS
Final - Setpoint 2
Final - Setpoint 1
0
Tare
Start
Time
ON
ON
SP1
ON
SP2
ON
SP3
ON
OFF
Complete
ON
Judging Time
Accumulation
ON
Regarding Simple Comparison Control and Sequence Control refer to
"6-2.Simple Comparison Control and Sequence Control" on P.75.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 2.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
2)Set whether the auto accumulation command is ON or OFF. (2-Weighing Function 2)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
Accumulation command selection
1 : Auto accumulation command ON
0 : Auto accumulation command OFF
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8.SYSTEM MODE
8. SYSTEM MODE
8-1. LOCK (soft)
Lock for protecting from false operation, refer to "18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING
VALUE" on P.173 regarding effective setting value for LOCK (soft).
Select from ON/OFF.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Select LOCK1 and LOCK2 ON/OFF. (8-Setting Value LOCK)
8
UNDER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
LOCK1
1 : ON
0 : OFF
CNG/ENT
LOCK2
1 : ON
0 : OFF
8-2. Password
Use for clearing statistical data in setting mode 8.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 9.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
9
FINAL
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the password “1235”. (9-Pass Word)
9
FINAL
107
→
CNG/ENT
→
1
UPPER
2
LOWER
3
NEAR Z.
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
8.SYSTEM MODE
8-3. Self-Check and Memory Clear
This equipment is provided with the self-check function by which the memory is
automatically checked to detect problems, and the visual check function by which the
display can be checked visually.
While pressing the
GROSS
/NET
ESC
key, turn ON the power.
With this, checking starts immediately.
Description
Type
1 Software version
Display
2 All lighting on the display
Display
3 RAM Read/Write
Check
Auto
←
is displayed when error occurs.
4 ROM check sum
Check
Auto
←
is displayed when error occurs.
←
is displayed when error occurs.
5 Status sequential lighting
Visual
6 7-segment lighting on the display
Visual
7 NOV RAM Read/Write
Auto
Check
PASS display and check end
Display
※ The software version display may vary according to the time of purchase.
※ When the LOCK switch on the rear panel is ON, the NOV RAM is not checked.
※ Visually check the display.
※ Checking stops when there is any problem during memory checks.
※ If checking in progress stops or the display is not correct, it is faulty. Ask our agency
or us for repair.
● Memory clear
While pressing the
GROSS
/NET
ESC
and
CNG/ENT
keys, turn ON the power, so that the memory
(SRAM) (setting values and work areas) is cleared, and the self-check program is
executed.
(
(ALL CLr) is displayed.)
※ However, the settings and calibrated values stored in the NOV RAM (nonvolatile
RAM) remain unchanged. (Refer to "18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE"
on P.173.)
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9. EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS
(CONTROL CONNECTOR)
The Input/Output circuit and internal circuit are photocoupler-insulated electrically.
9-1. Control Connector-Pin Assignment
The applicable connector is the following (accessory) manufactured by Fujitsu
Component or an equivalent:
Connector: FCN-361J024-AU / Cover: FCN-360C024-B
A1
*
COM
B1
*
COM
A2
In
G/N
B2
In
Input Selection 1
*1
A3
In
D/Z ON
B3
In
Input Selection 2
*1
A4
In
Tare ON
B4
In
Input Selection 3
*1
A5
In
Tare OFF
B5
In
Input Selection 4
*1
A6
Out
Near Zero
B6
Out
Lower Limit
A7
Out
SP1
B7
Out
Upper Limit
A8
Out
SP2
B8
Out
Stable
A9
Out
SP3
B9
Out
Output Selection 1
*2
A10
Out
Under
B10
Out
Output Selection 2
*2
A11
Out
Over
B11
Out
Output Selection 3
*2
A12
*
COM
B12
*
COM
※ * : The COM (common) terminals are connected inside.
※ *1 : Selectable by setting. (For details, please refer to "9-4-11.Input Selection" on
P.115)
※ *2 : Selectable by setting. (For details, please refer to "6-10.Weight Error / Sequence
Error" on P.99, "6-7.Complete Signal Output Mode / Complete Output Time /
Judging Time / Comparison Inhibit Time / Output Selection 2" on P.91, "9-57.Accumulation Error" on P.117)
※ SP1 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - SP1
SP2 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - SP2
SP3 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - CPS
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-2. Equivalent Circuit (Input)
A signal is inputted to the signal input circuit by short-circuiting or opening the input
terminal and the COM 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).
Vcc
+12V
F701-C
Open
OFF
Inside
Short
ON
approx.
IC=6mA
Push
Switch
Toggle Switch
TTL Open Collector
(ON when IN is HI)
IN
Transistor
Relay
IN
COM
・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 100μA or below.
9-3. Equivalent Circuit (Output)
The signal output circuit is open-collecter output of a transistor.
Vcc
+12V
Vext
Spark killer
F701-C
Inside
DC Power
Load
Relay
COM
Varistor
Spark killer
AC power
Vceo=30V(max)
Ic =120mA (max)
Load
・Transistor status
Output data
Tr
0
OFF
1
ON
・Use external power source (up to DC30V) for driving relay
(Vext).
・Do not short-circuit the load, such as a coil of relay, that will
break the output transistor.
・Connect a surge absorber or a speark killer to the relay
circuit as shown in the draft so that to reduce noise trouble
and extend the life of relay.
Noise trouble can be reduced, and the relay’s life can be
extended.
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-4. External Input Signal
9-4-1. Gross/Net Switching (G/N) <Edge Input> <Level Input>
Edge input or level input is selectable by the setting of Gross weight/Net weight display
(External Function Selection in setting mode 4).
※ For the method of setting, refer to "5-15.Switching Gross Weight/Net Weight Display"
on P.66.
・In the case of edge input (G/N setting: internal key mode)
When external input is ON edge (OFF → ON), display switches to Net weight.
When external input is OFF edge (ON → OFF), display switches to Gross weight.
Net weight display
Gross weight display
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
・In the case of level input (G/N setting: external input mode)
Net weight display results at ON, and Gross weight display results at OFF.
OFF
Net weight display
Gross weight display
ON
Undecided interval (within 50ms)
9-4-2. Digital Zero (D/Z ON) <Edge Input>
When external input is ON edge (OFF → ON), it brings the Gross weight to zero.
This function works within the range of DZ Regulation Value.
If out of this range, zero will not result, but “ ZALM ” flashes.
The
ZERO
→
CNG/ENT
key operation also results in the same movement (when the
ZERO key is valid under the Function Key Invalid setting in setting mode 2).
OFF
ON
Pulse width 50msec or more
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-4-3. Tare Subtraction (TARE ON) <Edge Input>
Subtract the Tare at once by external input ON edge (OFF → ON), it brings the Net
weight to zero. The
TARE
key operation also results in the same movement (when
[TARE] key is valid under the Function Key Invalid setting in setting mode 2)
However, the operation is performed only when “ STAB ” is on depending on the setting
of Restriction on the Tare Subtraction Function in setting mode 4. The range of Tare
subtraction can be selected from all range or 0 < Tare ≦ Capacity.
※ During Tare subtraction, “ TARE ” lights.
OFF
ON
Pulse width 50msec or more
9-4-4. Tare Subtraction Reset (TARE OFF) <Edge Input>
Reset the Tare by external input edge (OFF → ON).
This does not apply to Tare Weight.
The
TARE
RESET
key operation also results in the same movement (when [TARE RESET]
key is valid under the Function Key Invalid setting in setting mode 2)
OFF
ON
Pulse width 50msec or more
9-4-5. Hold (HOLD) <Level Input>
The weight value and comparison will be in a hold mode while external input is ON.
※ “ HOLD ” blinks in a hold mode.
※ Hold function is ineffective in Sequence Mode.
OFF
ON
HOLD
undefined section
(within 50mSec.)
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-4-6. Judge <Level Input>
Valid when Over/Under comparison or Upper/Lower limit comparison (Weighing
Function 2 in setting mode 2) is set to external judgment input.
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-6.Upper/Lower Limit Comparison / Upper/
Lower Limit Comparison Mode / Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison /
Over/Under Comparison Mode" on P.89.
※ Judge function is ineffective in Sequence Mode.
OFF
ON
Judge ON
undefined section
(within 50mSec.)
9-4-7. Feed / Discharge <Level Input>
Discharging control mode (Weighing Function 1 in setting mode 2) is effective in
external selection.
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-1-3.Discharging Mode" on P.74.
Feeding control is activated when it is OFF. Discharging control is activated when it is
ON.
OFF
ON
Discharging control
Feeding control
undefined section (within 50mSec.)
9-4-8. Input Signals Used in Sequence Mode
Start <edge input>
Stop <edge input, level input>
Effective in
sequence mode
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-2-3.Sequence Mode" on P.81.
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-4-9. Accumulation command <Edge Input>
An immediate accumulation is executed at the ON edge (OFF → ON) of the external
input.
The weight value (gross or net) set in the over/under comparison mode is accumulated.
OFF
ON
Pulse width 50msec or more
9-4-10. Accumulation Clear <Edge Input>
Immediate clearing of accumulated data and statistical data is executed at the ON edge
(OFF → ON) of the external input.
OFF
ON
Pulse width 50msec or more
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-4-11. Input Selection
On each pin of input selection 1 (B2) to 4 (B5) of the external input/output signals, the
input signal can be selected by setting.
Settable items are accumulation clear, accumulation command, stop, start, feed/
discharge, judge, and hold (common to input selection 1 to 4).
However, except the hold signal, the same signal cannot be selected on two or more pins.
If the same signal is selected on two or more pins, forced setting of “HOLD” will result.
When “HOLD” is selected on two or more pins, the weight value is held if at least one
signal is ON.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 5.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set the Input selection items. (1-Input Selection)
1
UPPER
115
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Input selection 4 (B5 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 1 (B2 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 3 (B4 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
Input selection 2 (B3 pin)
6 : Accumulation Clear
5 : Accumulation Command
4 : Stop
3 : Start
2 : Feed/Discharge
1 : Judge
0 : HOLD
9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-5. External Output Signal
9-5-1. Near Zero
The output turns ON when Weight value ≦ Set value of Near Zero.
Near Zero in setting mode 0
Near zero comparison under Weighing Function 1 in setting mode 2
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-5.Near Zero / Upper Limit / Lower Limit" on
P.88, "6-6.Upper/Lower Limit Comparison / Upper/Lower Limit Comparison Mode /
Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison / Over/Under Comparison Mode" on
P.89.
9-5-2. Lower Limit, Upper Limit
Select from comparison regularly or comparison at external judging ON in Upper/Lower
limit comparison mode.
Upper/Lower limit comparison mode under Weighing Function 2
in setting mode 2
Conditional expression
The lower limit output turns ON when Weight value < Lower Limit
The upper limit output turns ON when Weight value > Upper Limit
Upper/Lower Limit
in setting mode 0
Upper/Lower limit comparison under Weighing Function 1
in setting mode 2
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-5.Near Zero / Upper Limit / Lower Limit" on
P.88, "6-6.Upper/Lower Limit Comparison / Upper/Lower Limit Comparison Mode /
Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison / Over/Under Comparison Mode" on
P.89.
9-5-3. Stable
This output turns ON when the weight value is stable.
※ Refer to "5-6.Motion Detection (MD)" on P.57 for details.
9-5-4. Weight Error
When the display is LOAD, OFL or ZALM, the output turns ON.
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-10.Weight Error / Sequence Error" on P.99.
※ For the error display, refer to "11.OVER SCALE & ERROR" on P.155.
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-5-5. Sequence Error
When the display is Err, the output turns ON.
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-10.Weight Error / Sequence Error" on P.99.
※ For the error display, refer to "11.OVER SCALE & ERROR" on P.155.
9-5-6. RUN
This output turns ON when F701-C is ready to operate.
RUN can be outputted externally as the signal of output selection 3 by setting.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 5.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set Output selection 3. (2-Output Selection)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
Output Selection 3 (B11 pin)
1 : Accumulation Error
0 : RUN
9-5-7. Accumulation Error
The output turns ON when the number of accumulations is 10000.
The accumulation error can be outputted externally as the signal of output selection 3 by
setting.
※ For the method of setting, refer to "9-5-6.RUN" on P.117.
※ For the accumulation error, refer to "7.STATISTICAL AND ACCUMULATION
FUNCTION SETTING AND OPERATION" on P.100.
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-5-8. SP1, SP2, SP3
◆ In simple comparison mode
SP1 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - SP1
SP2 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - SP2
SP3 turns ON when Weight value ≧ Final - CPS
Final, Set Point 1, Set Point 2, Compensation
in setting mode 0
Final and Over/Under comparison under Weighing Function 1
in setting mode 2
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-4.Final / Set Point 2 / Set Point 1 / Compensation
/ Over / Under" on P.85, "6-6.Upper/Lower Limit Comparison / Upper/Lower Limit
Comparison Mode / Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison / Over/Under
Comparison Mode" on P.89.
◆ In sequence mode
In sequence mode, the weighing sequence is started at the ON edge of the start signal
(OFF → ON), Set Point 1, Set Point 2 and Set Point 3 turn ON.
SP1 turns OFF when Weight value ≧ Final - SP1
SP2 turns OFF when Weight value ≧ Final - SP2
SP3 turns OFF when Weight value ≧ Final - CPS
Final, Set Point 1, Set Point 2, Compensation
in setting mode 0
Final and Over/Under comparison under Weighing Function 1
in setting mode 2
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-4.Final / Set Point 2 / Set Point 1 / Compensation
/ Over / Under" on P.85, "6-6.Upper/Lower Limit Comparison / Upper/Lower Limit
Comparison Mode / Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison / Over/Under
Comparison Mode" on P.89, "9-4-11.Input Selection" on P.115.
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-5-9. Under, Go, Over
◆ In simple comparison mode
Select comparison mode in Over/Under comparison mode (Weighing Function 2 in
setting mode 2).
The under signal turns ON when Weight value < Final - Under
The over signal turns ON when Weight value > Final + Over
Final, Under, Over in setting mode 0
Final and Over/Under comparison under Weighing Function 1
in setting mode 2
The go signal turns ON when Final + Over ≧ Weight value ≧ Final - Under
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-4.Final / Set Point 2 / Set Point 1 / Compensation
/ Over / Under" on P.85, "6-6.Upper/Lower Limit Comparison / Upper/Lower Limit
Comparison Mode / Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison / Over/Under
Comparison Mode" on P.89, "6-7.Complete Signal Output Mode / Complete Output
Time / Judging Time / Comparison Inhibit Time / Output Selection 2" on P.91.
◆ In sequence mode
Compares the weight value when complete signal ON and hold it, while ignoring the
setting of Over/Under comparison mode (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2).
(only when judge ON)
The under signal turns ON when Weight value < Final - Under
The over signal turns ON when Weight value > Final + Over
Final, Under, Over in setting mode 0
Final and Over/Under comparison under Weighing Function 1
in setting mode 2
The go signal turns ON when Final + Over ≧ Weight value ≧ Final - Under
※ The go output signal is used for complete output by setting.
(Either go or complete is selectable.)
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-4.Final / Set Point 2 / Set Point 1 / Compensation
/ Over / Under" on P.85, "6-6.Upper/Lower Limit Comparison / Upper/Lower Limit
Comparison Mode / Near Zero Comparison / Final and Comparison / Over/Under
Comparison Mode" on P.89, "6-7.Complete Signal Output Mode / Complete Output
Time / Judging Time / Comparison Inhibit Time / Output Selection 2" on P.91.
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-5-10. Complete
◆ In simple comparison mode
Select the complete signal output timing in complete signal output mode (Weighing
Function 2 in setting mode 2).
The output ON time depends on the Complete Output Time in setting mode 1.
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-7.Complete Signal Output Mode / Complete
Output Time / Judging Time / Comparison Inhibit Time / Output Selection 2" on P.91.
・Unless the weight value once drops down to 25% or less of the Final
after the complete output, the complete output will not turn ON after
the next weighing.
・If the Final is set at 0, the complete output may turn ON at power-on.
◆ In sequence mode
・With Over/Under judgment
Conditions:
The setting of Final and Over/Under comparison is
other than “comparison OFF”.
The number of Judging Times is other than 0.
Select the complete signal output timing in complete signal output mode
(Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2).
The output ON time depends on the Complete Output Time in setting mode 1.
・Without Over/Under judgment
Conditions:
The setting of Final and Over/Under comparison is
“comparison OFF”.
The number of Judging Times is 0.
The complete output turns ON in defiance of the setting of complete signal output
mode (Weighing Function 2 in setting mode 2) on the OFF edge (ON → OFF) of
the set point 3 signal.
The output ON time depends on the Complete Output Time in setting mode 1.
※ The complete output signal is used for go output by setting (output selection 2 under
Output Selection in setting mode 5).
(Either go or complete is selectable.)
※ For the method of setting, refer to "6-7.Complete Signal Output Mode / Complete
Output Time / Judging Time / Comparison Inhibit Time / Output Selection 2" on P.91.
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9.EXTERNAL INPUT/OUTPUT SIGNALS (CONTROL CONNECTOR)
9-5-11. Output selection
Each signal of the weight error, sequence error, complete, go, RUN, and accumulation
error outputs is selective by setting.
Weight error and sequence error
The weight error and sequence error are outputted from output selection 1 of B9 pin.
Complete and Go
The complete and go are outputted from output selection 2 of B10 pin.
RUN and accumulation error
The RUN and accumulation error are outputted from output selection 3 of B11 pin.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 5.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
5
SP2
→
CNG/ENT
2)Set the Output selection 1, 2 and 3.(2-Output Selection)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
Output selection 3 (B11 pin)
1 : Accumulation Error
0 : RUN
→
CNG/ENT
Output selection 1 (B9 pin)
2 : Weight error
or sequence error
1 : Sequence error
0 : Weight error
Output selection 2 (B10 pin)
1 : Complete output
0 : Go output
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10.INTERFACE
10. INTERFACE
10-1. 2-wire Serial Interface (SI/F)
This 2-wire serial interface is for connecting the F701-C to peripheral equipment such as
a printer or remote display. A two-core parallel cable or a cabtyre cable (Wire with
covering thickened for construction) may be used for connection. When a two-core
parallel cable or a cabtyre cable is used, the transmitting distance is approximately 30m.
When a two-core shielded twisted pair cable is used, the transmitting distance is
approximately 300m.
10-1-1. Connection
Up to three nonpolarized external devices can be connected. It should not run along side
AC or other high-voltage wiring. It may cause of malfunction.
Example 1 :
SIF
LD514 Remote display
Tare display
LD514 Remote display
Gross display
LD514 Remote display
Net display
※ Up to 3 remote displays (LD514) can be connected. The each display (Gross weight,
Net weight, Tare weight) can display individual content according to the selection.
Example 2 :
SIF
LD557
Remote display
LD514
Remote display
M252
Printer
※ These indicated above are examples for the connection of remote displays (LD557,
LD514, M252). Each display can select the data (Gross weight, Net weight, Tare
weight) individually.
10-1-2. Auto Print Command
The F701-C gives an auto print command to any device connected by SI/F interface.
In sequence mode, the auto print command is output when the judgment signal (Go,
Over, Under) turns ON. Therefore, be aware that the auto print command is not output
when no judgment is set (Judging Times = 00). In simple comparison mode, the auto
print command is output when the complete signal turns ON. Therefore, the auto print
command is not output when the setting of Final and Over/Under comparison is
comparison OFF (Weighing Function 1 in setting mode 2).
An auto print command is outputted to the external device when the accumulation
command is received by the external input/output signal or through the RS-232C, RS485 (option), CC-Link (option).
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10-2. RS-232C Interface
10-2-1. Communication Specifications
1.Specifications
Signal level
Transmitting distance
Transmitting method
Transmitting speed
Bit configuration
:
:
:
:
:
Code
:
Based on the RS-232C
Approx. 15m (16.4yd.)
Asynchronous, full duplex
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 or 38400 bps selectable
Start 1 bit
Character length 7 or 8 bits selectable
Stop 1 or 2 bits selectable
Parity none, odd or even selectable
ASCII
2.Connector pin assignment
Adaptable connector : 9-pin D-SUB connector
(JAE DE-09SN, OMRON XM2D-0901 etc)
1
2
3
4
5
In
Out
RXD
TXD
*
GND
6
7
8
9
Out
In
RTS
CTS
10-2-2. Cable
F701-C
personal computer(9-pin)
Cross type
1
1
CD
2
RXD
2
RXD
3
TXD
3
TXD
4
4
DTR
6
6
DSR
7
RTS
7
RTS
8
CTS
8
CTS
5
GND
5
GND
9
RI
9
F701-C
personal computer
(25-pin)
Cross type
1
2
RXD
3
TXD
8
CD
3
RXD
2
TXD
4
20
DTR
6
6
DSR
7
RTS
4
RTS
8
CTS
5
CTS
5
GND
7
GND
1
FG
9
The above diagram is for connecting a personal computer as a DTE (Data Terminal
Equipment) device. If it is a DCE (Data Circuit-terminating Equipment) device, connect
pin to pin (DTR to DTR, DSR to DSR etc.).
Cables should be prepared after checking connector type and pin assignments of the
connected device.
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10-2-3. Setting Values for RS-232C
1. Set the RS-232C port of this equipment.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
→
F
→
CNG/ENT
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set the RS-232C port. (6-RS-232C I/F)
6
CPS
→
CNG/ENT
→
Baud rate
5 : 38400bps
4 : 19200bps
3 : 9600bps
2 : 4800bps
1 : 2400bps
0 : 1200bps
Character length
1 : 8bit
0 : 7bit
→
CNG/ENT
Communication mode
7 : Communication mode 6
6 : Communication mode 5
5 : Communication mode 4
4 : Communication mode 3
3 : Communication mode 2
2 : Communication mode 1
1 : Communication mode 0
(CR + LF)
0 : Communication mode 0
(CR)
Stop bit
1 : 2bit
0 : 1bit
Parity bit
2 : Even
1 : Odd
0 : None
2. The initial set for RS-232C port of connecting personal computer and
sequencer should be the same setting of F701-C.
10-2-4. Communication Mode
・Communication mode 0
F701-C communicates with the command from the host computer.
The terminator can be selected “CR” or “CR+LF”.
・Communication mode 1
F701-C sends Gross weight continuously.
Command is invalid at this mode.
Transmission format 1
(20byte)
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・Communication mode 2
F701-C sends Net weight continuously.
Command is invalid at this mode.
Transmission format 2
(20byte)
・Communication mode 3
F701-C sends Gross and Net weight continuously.
Command is invalid at this mode.
Transmission format 3
(23byte)
・Communication mode 4
F701-C sends Gross weight at the timing of auto print command.
Command is invalid at this mode.
Transmission format 1
(20byte)
・Communication mode 5
F701-C sends Net weight at the timing of auto print command.
Command is invalid at this mode.
Transmission format 2
(20byte)
・Communication mode 6
F701-C sends Gross and Net weight at the timing of auto print command.
Command is invalid at this mode.
Transmission format 3
(23byte)
Request
Please refer to each page about following items.
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Transmission format
: "10-2-5.Transmission Format" on P.126
Communication format
: "10-2-6.Communication Format" on P.127
Print Command
: "10-1-2.Auto Print Command" on P.122
10.INTERFACE
10-2-5. Transmission Format
・Transmission format 1
0
1
2
G S
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
, *1 , *2 , *3 , *4 , ±
Sign
+ or -
HEADER
CR LF
Gross weight, 5-digit + decimal point
・Transmission format 2
0
1
2
N T
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
, *1 , *2 , *3 , *4 , ±
Sign
+ or -
HEADER
CR LF
Net weight, 5-digit + decimal point
・Transmission format 3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
SOH W T STX *1 *2 *3 *4 *5 ±
HEADER
±
Gross weight, 5-digit
Sign (gross weight)
+ or -
ETX BCC
Net weight, 5-digit
Sign (net weight)
+ or -
For BCC calculation
Each ASCII code of SOH,STX and ETX
SOH:01
STX:02
ETX:03
BCC : Block check character
It is calculated as the XOR of the transmitted character (Hexadecimal).
*1
O
S
M
H
: Overload (LOAD,OFL)
: Stable
: Unstable
: Hold
*4
N : Near zero OFF
Z : Near zero ON
*5
Decimal place
3 : 0.000
2 : 0.00
1 : 0.0
0 :
0
Priority H > O > (S or M)
*2
A : Zero tracking OFF
T : Zero tracking ON
Z : Zero error
Priority Z > (T or A)
*3
H
L
G
N
F
: Upper limit ON
: Lower limit ON
: Upper limit and Lower limit OFF
: Upper limit and Lower limit ON
: Comparison OFF
Priority N > (H or L)
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10-2-6. Communication Format
・Reading out the Gross weight (sign, 5-digt weight value, decimal point)
Host
R
A
CR
R
F701-C
A
+ 1
0
0
.
0
0
CR LF
・Reading out the Net weight (sign, 5-digit weight value, decimal point)
Host
R
B
CR
R
F701-C
B
+ 1
0
0
.
0
0
CR LF
・Reading out the Tare weight (sign, 5-digit weight value, decimal point)
Host
R
C
CR
R
F701-C
C
+ 1
0
0
.
0
0
CR LF
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
・Reading out the status 1 (7-digit)
Host
R
D
CR
R
F701-C
D
Weight value
hold
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Weight value
Zero alarm
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Weight value
stable
1 : ON
0 : OFF
1 : ON
Tare subtracted 0 : OFF
127
0
0
※ Not defined
Rear panel 1 : ON
LOCK
0 : OFF
Weight
display
1 : Net
0 : Gross
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・Reading out the status 2 (7-digit)
Host
R
E
CR
R
F701-C
E
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
Complte
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
1 : ON
SP1
output signal 0 : OFF
Over
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
1 : ON
SP2
output signal 0 : OFF
Go
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
1 : ON
SP3
output signal 0 : OFF
Under
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
・Reading out the status 3 (7-digit)
Host
F701-C
R
F
CR
R
F
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
※ Not defined
Near zero
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
Lower limit 1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
Upper limit 1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
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・Reading out the status 4 (7-digit)
Host
R
G
CR
R
F701-C
G
0
Weight error
output signal
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Error
output signal
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Operation
mode
3 : Span calibrating
2 : Zero calibrating
1 : Weighing
0:
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
0
※ Not defined
Sequence error
0 or 1 ~ 5
※ Same as the error
display of F701-C.
5 : -LOAD
4 : +LOAD
Weighting value 3 : OFL3
2 : OFL2
Over flow
1 : OFL1
0:
Calibration error
0 or 2 ~ 9
※ Same as the error
display of F701-C.
・Read out the count of data (accumulation times : 5-digit)
Host
R
H
CR
R
F701-C
H
9
9
9
9
CR LF
9
・Read out the accumulated value (9-digit, decimal point)
Host
R
I
CR
R
F701-C
I
9
9
9
9
9
0
0
+
1
0
9
.
9
9
9
CR LF
・Read out the accumulated data
Host
R
J CR
R
F701-C
J
Fixed value
0
.
0
0 CR LF
Measurement value
* Up to 256 pieces of data can be stored in the buffer in memory.
Reading-out erases data chronologically.
Host
F701-C
R
J CR
R
J CR LF
Data returned when there is no accumulated data in the buffer.
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・Write in the set value
Host
F701-C
CR LF
W
Setting value No.
※ No return data
Setting value
※ For setting value No., refer to "Setting value communication format" on P.132.
・Read out the set value
Host
F701-C
Setting value No.
CR
W
CR LF
W
Setting value No.
Setting value
※ For setting value No., refer to "Setting value communication format" on P.132.
・Zero Calibration
Host
C
A CR
N
F701-C
A
0 CR LF
Calibrating
0:Normally completed, 1 ~ 9 : Error
(same as the error display of F701-C)
・Span Calibration
Host
C
B CR
N
F701-C
B
0 CR LF
Calibrating
0:Normally completed, 1 ~ 9 : Error
(same as the error display of F701-C)
Request
Zero Calibration・Span Calibration
Before sending this command, set the Capacity, Min. Scale division
and Balance Weight Value.
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・Gross weight selection
Host
C
C CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Net weight selection
Host
C
D CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Tare subtraction
Host
C
E CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Tare subtraction reset
Host
C
F CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Digital zero
Host
C
G CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Digital zero reset
Host
C
H CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Accumulation Command
Host
C
I CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Accumulation Clear
Host
F701-C
131
C
J CR
※ No return data
10.INTERFACE
・Setting value communication format
Use the following for reading and writing set values. For the communication formats, see
p.130.
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Setting value No.
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5-digit setting value (max.)
※ Where the setting is 0, do not enter other values than 0.
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㪊
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪋
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪌
㪇
㪇
㪍
㪇
㪇
㪎
㪏
㪇
㪐
㪇
㪘
㪇
㪇
㪇
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪇
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆
㪙㪸㫃㪸㫅㪺㪼㩷㪮㪼㫀㪾㪿㫋㩷㪭㪸㫃㫌㪼
䌗 㪋 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪚㪸㫇㪸㪺㫀㫋㫐
䌗 㪋 㪈
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪤㫀㫅㪅㩷㪪㪺㪸㫃㪼㩷㪛㫀㫍㫀㫊㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪋 㪉 㪇 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪥㪼㫋㩷㪦㫍㪼㫉
䌗 㪋 㪊
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪞㫉㫆㫊㫊㩷㪦㫍㪼㫉
䌗 㪋 㪋
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪝㫌㫅㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪪㪼㫃㪼㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪋 㪌
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪞㫉㪸㫍㫀㫋㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㪸㫃㩷㪘㪺㪺㪼㫃㪼㫉㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㩿㪸㫉㪼㪸㩷㫅㫌㫄㪹㪼㫉㩷㫀㫅㫇㫌㫋㪀
䌗 㪋 㪍 㪇 㪇 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪛㪱㩷㪩㪼㪾㫌㫃㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪭㪸㫃㫌㪼
䌗 㪋 㪎 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪞㫉㪸㫍㫀㫋㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㪸㫃㩷㪘㪺㪺㪼㫃㪼㫉㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㩿㪸㪺㪺㪼㫃㪼㫉㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㫀㫅㫇㫌㫋㪀
䌗 㪋 㪏 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
Setting value No.
5-digit setting value (max.)
※ Where the setting is 0, do not enter other values than 0.
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㪜㫏㫋㪼㫉㫅㪸㫃㩷㪝㫌㫅㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪪㪼㫃㪼㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪌 㪇
㪩㪼㫊㫋㫉㫀㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㫆㫅㩷㫋㪿㪼㩷㪫㪸㫉㪼㩷㪪㫌㪹㫋㫉㪸㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪝㫌㫅㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪌 㪈 㪇
㪛㪆㪘㩷㪦㫌㫋㫇㫌㫋㩷㪤㫆㪻㪼
䌗 㪌 㪉 㪇 㪇 㪇
㪛㪆㪘㩷㪱㪼㫉㫆㩷㪦㫌㫋㫇㫌㫋㩷㪮㪼㫀㪾㪿㫋
䌗 㪌 㪊
㪛㪆㪘㩷㪝㫌㫃㫃㩷㪪㪺㪸㫃㪼
䌗 㪌 㪋
㪠㫅㫇㫌㫋㩷㪪㪼㫃㪼㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪌 㪌 㪇
㪦㫌㫋㫇㫌㫋㩷㪪㪼㫃㪼㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪌 㪍 㪇 㪇
㪘㫍㪼㫉㪸㪾㪼㩷㪮㪼㫀㪾㪿㫋
䌗 㪏 㪇
㪤㪸㫏㪅㩷㪭㪸㫃㫌㪼
䌗 㪏 㪈
㪤㫀㫅㪅㩷㪭㪸㫃㫌㪼
䌗 㪏 㪉
㪞㪼㫅㪼㫉㪸㫃㩷㪪㫋㪸㫅㪻㪸㫉㪻㩷㪛㪼㫍㫀㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪏 㪊
㪪㪸㫄㫇㫃㪼㩷㪪㫋㪸㫅㪻㪸㫉㪻㩷㪛㪼㫍㫀㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪏 㪋
㪤㪸㫏㪅㩷㪄㩷㪤㫀㫅㪅
䌗 㪏 㪌
㪘㪺㪺㫌㫄㫌㫃㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪚㫆㫌㫅㫋
䌗 㪏 㪍
㪣㪸㫋㪼㫊㫋㩷㪘㪺㪺㫌㫄㫌㫃㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪛㪸㫋㪸
䌗 㪏 㪎
Setting value No.
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
5-digit setting value (max.)
※ Where the setting is 0, do not enter other values than 0.
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10-3. BCD Parallel Data Output Interface
The BCD data output is an interface to take out measured weight values as BCD data.
It is a convenience to perform processing, such as control, totaling, and recording as
connected with a computer, process controller, sequencer, etc.
The Input/Output circuit and internal circuit are photocoupler-insulated electrically.
10-3-1. Control Connector-Pin Assignment
Adaptable connector : DDK 57-30360 or equivalent one
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
*
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
COM
1
2
4
8
10
20
40
80
100
200
400
800
1000
2000
4000
8000
10000
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
*
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
COM
20000
40000
80000
MINUS
OVER
P.C
STROBE
Data hold
Logic switching
Output selection 1
Output selection 2
* : The COM (common) terminals are connected inside.
10-3-2. Equivalent Circuit (Input)
A signal is inputted to the signal input circuit by short-circuiting or opening the input
terminal and the COM 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).
Vcc
+12V
F701-C
Open
OFF
Inside
Short
ON
Approx.
IC=6mA
Push
switch
Toggle switch
Relay
TTL open collector
(ON when IN is HI)
IN
Transistor
IN
COM
・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 100μA or below.
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10-3-3. Equivalent Circuit (Output)
The signal output circuit is open-collecter output of TTL.
Vcc
+12V
F701-C
Vext
Inside Outside
Vceo=30V(max)
Ic =120mA (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)
10-3-4. BCD Data Output
Measured weight values are output in 5-digit BCD. Respective digits are output as 0 and
1 data in 4 bits: 8, 4, 2 and 1.
digit data
8
4
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
1
1
4
0
1
0
0
5
0
1
0
1
6
0
1
1
0
7
0
1
1
1
8
1
0
0
0
9
1
0
0
1
10-3-5. Polarity Output (MINUS)
The polarity of weight values output as BCD data is output as follows:
When positive (+): 0
When negative (-): 1
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10-3-6. Over Status Output (OVER)
When weight values output as BCD data are on the following conditions, 1 (OVER) is
output.
Weight value
Conditional expression
Net weight
Net weight
Gross weight
Gross weight > Gross over setting value
Tare weight
Tare weight > 99999
> Net over setting value
10-3-7. Print Command Output (P.C)
For reading data, use the pulse end edge.
It is output in synchronization with the complete signal when judgment is made on Over/
Under comparison.
BCD data
Data update rate
0
P.C
Strobe range
1
10-3-8. Data Strobe (STROBE)
BCD data is updated at each time of A/D conversion, and strobe pulses are output in
synchronization with the BCD data.
For reading data, use the pulse end edge.
BCD data
0
STROBE
Data update rate
1
Strobe range
duty 50%
The data update rate is normally 200 times/sec., which is the same as the operating speed
of the main unit, but data may not be read with some connected external devices because
the speed is too fast. In such a case, set the data update rate longer (reduce the number of
times).
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10-3-9. BCD Data Update Rate Selection
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set the Data update rate. (7-External Function Selection)
7
OVER
→
→
→
CNG/ENT
CNG/ENT
Data update rate
7 : 1 times/sec. STOROBE range Approx. 500msec
6:
2 times/sec. STOROBE range Approx. 250msec
5:
5 times/sec. STOROBE range Approx. 100msec
4 : 10 times/sec. STOROBE range Approx. 50msec
3 : 20 times/sec. STOROBE range Approx. 25msec
2 : 50 times/sec. STOROBE range Approx. 10msec
1 : 100 times/sec. STOROBE range Approx.
5msec
0 : 200 times/sec. STOROBE range Approx. 2.5msec
10-3-10. Data Hold Input
When this input terminal is short-circuited with the COM terminal, the BCD data is held.
(No strobe pulses are output.)
10-3-11. Logic Switching Input
The output signal logic is switched.
Open
Short
: negative
: positive
10-3-12. Output Selection Input
Select weight values to be output as BCD data.
Selection 1
Selection 2
Weight value
Open
Open
Weight value displayed by the main unit
Open
Short
Net weight
Short
Short
Gross weight
Short
Open
Tare weight
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10-4. D/A Converter
The D/A converter is an interface to output measured weight values as electrical signals.
Current in proportion to the weight value (4mA ~ 20mA) can be output.
The over range is ± 5% of the full scale.
10-4-1. Name of Each Part
・ Gain fine trim potentiometer
For fine adjustment of gain. Trimmer adjusts output to
20.00mA for full scale.
Gain can be adjusted through the front panel as well.
・ Zero fine trim potentiometer
For fine adjustment of zero. Trimmer adjusts output to
4.00mA for zero.
Zero can be adjusted through the front panel as well.
・ Current output terminals
The terminals for current output of 4 ~ 20mA. Connect an
instrument whose load resistance is less than 350 Ω.
Request
The trimmer is for fine adjustment.
Temperature drift may increase if you have severely changed the value
that had been set when you first received the product, please adjust it
within a range of ± 0.2mA.
CAUTION
・Pick up the plug then handle the lever
with thumb.
・Do not handle the lever when the plug
is attached to the base otherwise it
may cause some trouble.
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・Taking current output signals
Connect an external equipment (load resistance 350Ω or less) between CUR.(+) ~ G(-)
of F701-C.
F701-C
← Inside Outside →
CUR.
(+)
SIG
+
External equipment
-
G(-)
GND
Load resistance:
350Ω or less
CAUTION
Do not apply voltage or current to the current output terminal
externally by mistake.
Doing so will cause breakage.
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10-4-2. Specifications
Weight values are output as converted to analog signals of current.
Zero output weight value and full scale weight value can be set.
Current output
4mA ~ 20mA (Load resistance 350Ω or less)
D/A conversion speed
200 times/sec.
Resolution
1/10000
Over range
± 5% of the full scale (3.2mA ~ 20.8mA)
Zero drift
Within 0.3μV/ ℃
Gain drift
Within 30ppm/ ℃
Non-linearity
Within 0.02%/FS
※ Not including the drift of the analog input section
Output connector
Cage clamp type terminal board (two-piece type)
Potentiometer
A potentiometer to readjust (fine-adjust) ZERO (4mA) and
GAIN (20mA) is placed on the rear panel.
(The adjustable range is a few percentage.)
(4mA and 20mA are factory-adjusted.)
10-4-3. Method of Adjusting the D/A Zero and Gain
The D/A converter of the F701-C obtains analog output by setting the weight value to
output 4mA of current and the weight value to output 20mA of current, respectively.
Input each setting value and select D/A Output Mode in setting mode 4.
Current
(mA)
20
4
Resolution 1/10000
Weight value
D/A Zero Output Weight setting
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D/A Full Scale setting
10.INTERFACE
a) D/A Output Mode
b) D/A Zero Output Weight
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999 or Capacity)
c) D/A Full Scale
(Input range / 0 ~ 99999 or Capacity)
Operation
a)
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set Test mode and Output mode. (1-D/A Output Mode)
1
UPPER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
Test mode
2 : 20mA fixed output
1 : 4mA fixed output
0 : Tied to the weight value
CNG/ENT
Output mode
1 : Net weight
0 : Gross weight
b)
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the D/A Zero Output Weight. (2-D/A Zero Output Weight)
2
LOWER
→
CNG/ENT
→
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
D/A Zero Output Weight
(0 ~ 99999)
Input the weight value to output 4mA.
The default value is “00000”.
c)
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the D/A Full Scale. (3-D/A Full Scale)
3
NEAR Z.
→
CNG/ENT
→
D/A Full Scale
(0 ~ 99999)
Input the weight value to output 20mA.
The default value is “10000”.
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Example
When setting is as follows:
D/A Output Mode .................... 01
D/A Zero Output Weight.......... 00500
D/A Full Scale.......................... 02500
Current
(mA)
20
4
Resolution 1/10000
500
2000
2500
D/A Zero Output Weight setting
Zero
Full scale
Net
D/A Full Scale setting
Net
Current (mA)
480
3.84
500
4.00
1000
8.00
1500
12.00
2500
20.00
2520
20.16
10-4-4. About D/A Resolution
The resolution of the D/A converter is 1/10000 with respect to 4 ~ 20mA.
That is, the minimum unit of current is as follows:
(20 ~ 4mA) × 1/10000 = 1.6μA
Also, the minimum unit of weight value is as follows:
(D/A Full Scale setting value) × 1/10000
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10-5. RS-485 Communication Interface
10-5-1. Communication Specifications
◇ Specifications
Signal level
:
Based on RS-485
Transmission distance
:
Approx. 1km
Transmitting method
:
Asynchronous, Full duplex
Transmitting speed
:
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400bps selectable
Bit configuration
:
Start
: 1bit
Character length
: 7 or 8bit selectable
Stop
: 1 or 2bit selectable
Parity
: None, Odd or Even selectable
Code
:
ASCII
10-5-2. RS-485 Connection
◇ One to one connection
Sequencer,
host computer, etc.
F701-C
Rt=terminal resistor
SD
RD
A
A
B
B
A
A※
B
B
RD
・Mark status (OFF)
VA - VB < -0.2V
・Space status (ON)
VA - VB > 0.2V
A
A
B
B
SD
Rt=terminal resistor
(Master)
※ Logic
VA : RD A terminal voltage
VB : RD B terminal voltage
(Slave)
・ 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 ~ 200Ω to the receiving end.
・ The F701-C side has internal terminal
resistor. By turning ON the Rt switch, it
is not necessary to install external
resistance.
・ The terminal SG is a grand terminal used
Turn ON the Rt switch.
on the circuit for protecting the circuit.When the main body of F701-C and the device
connected to F701-C are grounded by D type ground, there is usually no need to use
the terminal SG.
However, confirm the specifications of the devise connected before connecting the
terminal SG, when it is necessary to connect it according to the situation of the site.
Request
Some sequencer manufacturers express A and B in reverse.
If communications are unsuccessful, interchange A and B.
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◇ One to multiple connection
F701-C
SD
A
F701-C
RD
B
A
SD
B
A
F701-C
RD
B
A
Rt
OFF
SD
B
A
F701-C
RD
B
A
Rt
OFF
SD
B
A
RD
B
A
B
Rt
OFF
Rt
ON
Rt
SD
RD
120ΩRt can be
installed or removed
according to the switch.
A
B
A
B
Rt
Twisted-para-cable
The switch is available on the option
sheet metal section at the back
of the main unit.
10-5-3. Setting Values for RS-485
1. Set the RS-485 port of this equipment.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
F
→
CNG/ENT
→
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Set the RS-485 port. (4-RS-485 I/F)
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
→
Baud rate
5 : 38400bps
4 : 19200bps
3 : 9600bps
2 : 4800bps
1 : 2400bps
0 : 1200bps
Character length
1 : 8bit
0 : 7bit
→
Terminator
1 : CR+LF
0 : CR
Stop bit
1 : 2bit
0 : 1bit
Parity bit
2 : Even
1 : Odd
0 : None
2. The initial set for RS-485 port of connecting personal computer and
sequencer should be the same setting of F701-C.
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10-5-4. Communication Method
1. For connecting more than one F701-C, assign an ID number to each F701-C.
2. When a start command including an ID number is sent from the host, only one F701-C
is brought into transmittable condition, in which reading of weight data, reading and
changing of setting values, commands, etc., become valid.
3. Before making another F701-C transmittable, be sure to send an end command.
※ Since Tri-state control is performed according to the start command and end
command, if only the start command is sent to two or more F701-Cs, their outputs
come into collision, so that normal communications cannot be carried out.
4. ID number setting.
Operation
1) Select setting mode 4.
→
F
→
CNG/ENT
4
SP1
→
CNG/ENT
2) Input the ID Number. (5-ID Number)
5
SP2
→
→
CNG/ENT
→
CNG/ENT
ID Number
(0 ~ 9999)
※ When the ID number is 0000, transmittable and receivable conditions are brought
about at power-on, therefore set ID numbers other than 0000 for connecting two or
more F701-Cs.
※ If the ID number setting is other than 0000, other formats (R・・, W・・, C・・, etc.)
are invalid until the following start command is accepted after power-on.
5. Start command.
Host
S
1
F701-C
2
3
ID number
4 CR
I
ID number
D
1
2
3
4 CR LF
※ Return only when corresponding
to the key-set ID number.
6. End command.
Host
F701-C
E
1
2
3
ID number
ID number
4 CR
I
D
1
2
3
4 CR LF
※ Return only when corresponding
to the key-set ID number.
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10-5-5. Communication Format
・Reading out the Gross weight (sign, 5-digt weight value, decimal point)
Host
R
A
CR
R
F701-C
A
+ 1
0
0
.
0
0
CR LF
・Reading out the Net weight (sign, 5-digit weight value, decimal point)
Host
R
B
CR
R
F701-C
B
+ 1
0
0
.
0
0
CR LF
・Reading out the Tare weight (sign, 5-digit weight value, decimal point)
Host
R
C
CR
R
F701-C
C
+ 1
0
0
.
0
0
CR LF
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
・Reading out the status 1 (7-digit)
Host
R
D
CR
R
F701-C
D
Weight value
hold
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Weight value
Zero alarm
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Weight value
stable
1 : ON
0 : OFF
1 : ON
Tare subtracted 0 : OFF
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0
0
※ Not defined
Rear panel 1 : ON
LOCK
0 : OFF
Weight
display
1 : Net
0 : Gross
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・Reading out the status 2 (7-digit)
Host
R
E
CR
R
F701-C
E
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
Complte
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
1 : ON
SP1
output signal 0 : OFF
Over
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
1 : ON
SP2
output signal 0 : OFF
Go
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
1 : ON
SP3
output signal 0 : OFF
Under
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
・Reading out the status 3 (7-digit)
Host
F701-C
R
F
CR
R
F
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
※ Not defined
Near zero
1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
Lower limit 1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
Upper limit 1 : ON
output signal 0 : OFF
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・Reading out the status 4 (7-digit)
Host
R
G
CR
R
F701-C
G
0
Weight error
output signal
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Error
output signal
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Operation
mode
3 : Span calibrating
2 : Zero calibrating
1 : Weighing
0:
0
0
0
0
0
CR LF
0
※ Not defined
Sequence error
0 or 1 ~ 5
※ Same as the error
display of F701-C.
5 : -LOAD
4 : +LOAD
Weighting value 3 : OFL3
2 : OFL2
Over flow
1 : OFL1
0:
Calibration error
0 or 2 ~ 9
※ Same as the error
display of F701-C.
・Read out the count of data (accumulation times : 5-digit)
Host
R
H
CR
R
F701-C
H
9
9
9
9
CR LF
9
・Read out the accumulated value (9-digit, decimal point)
Host
R
I
CR
R
F701-C
I
9
9
9
9
9
0
0
+
1
0
9
.
9
9
9
CR LF
・Read out the accumulated data
Host
R
J CR
R
F701-C
J
Fixed value
0
.
0
0 CR LF
Measurement value
* Up to 256 pieces of data can be stored in the buffer in memory.
Reading-out erases data chronologically.
Host
F701-C
R
J CR
R
J CR LF
Data returned when there is no accumulated data in the buffer.
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・Write in the set value
Host
F701-C
CR LF
W
Setting value No.
※ No return data
Setting value
※ For setting value No., refer to "Setting value communication format" on P.152.
・Read out the set value
Host
F701-C
Setting value No.
CR
W
CR LF
W
Setting value No.
Setting value
※ For setting value No., refer to "Setting value communication format" on P.152.
・Zero Calibration
Host
C
A CR
N
F701-C
A
0 CR LF
Calibrating
0:Normally completed, 1 ~ 9 : Error
(same as the error display of F701-C)
・Span Calibration
Host
C
B CR
N
F701-C
B
0 CR LF
Calibrating
0:Normally completed, 1 ~ 9 : Error
(same as the error display of F701-C)
Request
Zero Calibration・Span Calibration
Before sending this command, set the Capacity, Min. Scale division
and Balance Weight Value.
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・Gross weight selection
Host
C
C CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Net weight selection
Host
C
D CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Tare subtraction
Host
C
E CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Tare subtraction reset
Host
C
F CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Digital zero
Host
C
G CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Digital zero reset
Host
C
H CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Accumulation Command
Host
C
I CR
F701-C
※ No return data
・Accumulation Clear
Host
F701-C
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C
J CR
※ No return data
10.INTERFACE
・Setting value communication format
Use the following for reading and writing set values. For the communication formats, see
p.150.
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5-digit setting value (max.)
※ Where the setting is 0, do not enter other values than 0.
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㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪇
㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆
㪙㪸㫃㪸㫅㪺㪼㩷㪮㪼㫀㪾㪿㫋㩷㪭㪸㫃㫌㪼
䌗 㪋 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪚㪸㫇㪸㪺㫀㫋㫐
䌗 㪋 㪈
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪤㫀㫅㪅㩷㪪㪺㪸㫃㪼㩷㪛㫀㫍㫀㫊㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪋 㪉 㪇 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪥㪼㫋㩷㪦㫍㪼㫉
䌗 㪋 㪊
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪞㫉㫆㫊㫊㩷㪦㫍㪼㫉
䌗 㪋 㪋
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪝㫌㫅㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪪㪼㫃㪼㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪋 㪌
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪞㫉㪸㫍㫀㫋㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㪸㫃㩷㪘㪺㪺㪼㫃㪼㫉㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㩿㪸㫉㪼㪸㩷㫅㫌㫄㪹㪼㫉㩷㫀㫅㫇㫌㫋㪀
䌗 㪋 㪍 㪇 㪇 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪛㪱㩷㪩㪼㪾㫌㫃㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪭㪸㫃㫌㪼
䌗 㪋 㪎 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪸㫅㪻㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㩷㪪㪮㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
㪞㫉㪸㫍㫀㫋㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㪸㫃㩷㪘㪺㪺㪼㫃㪼㫉㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㩿㪸㪺㪺㪼㫃㪼㫉㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㫀㫅㫇㫌㫋㪀
䌗 㪋 㪏 㪇
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
Setting value No.
5-digit setting value (max.)
※ Where the setting is 0, do not enter other values than 0.
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10.INTERFACE
㪜㫏㫋㪼㫉㫅㪸㫃㩷㪝㫌㫅㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪪㪼㫃㪼㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪌 㪇
㪩㪼㫊㫋㫉㫀㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㫆㫅㩷㫋㪿㪼㩷㪫㪸㫉㪼㩷㪪㫌㪹㫋㫉㪸㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪝㫌㫅㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪌 㪈 㪇
㪛㪆㪘㩷㪦㫌㫋㫇㫌㫋㩷㪤㫆㪻㪼
䌗 㪌 㪉 㪇 㪇 㪇
㪛㪆㪘㩷㪱㪼㫉㫆㩷㪦㫌㫋㫇㫌㫋㩷㪮㪼㫀㪾㪿㫋
䌗 㪌 㪊
㪛㪆㪘㩷㪝㫌㫃㫃㩷㪪㪺㪸㫃㪼
䌗 㪌 㪋
㪠㫅㫇㫌㫋㩷㪪㪼㫃㪼㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪌 㪌 㪇
㪦㫌㫋㫇㫌㫋㩷㪪㪼㫃㪼㪺㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪌 㪍 㪇 㪇
㪘㫍㪼㫉㪸㪾㪼㩷㪮㪼㫀㪾㪿㫋
䌗 㪏 㪇
㪤㪸㫏㪅㩷㪭㪸㫃㫌㪼
䌗 㪏 㪈
㪤㫀㫅㪅㩷㪭㪸㫃㫌㪼
䌗 㪏 㪉
㪞㪼㫅㪼㫉㪸㫃㩷㪪㫋㪸㫅㪻㪸㫉㪻㩷㪛㪼㫍㫀㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪏 㪊
㪪㪸㫄㫇㫃㪼㩷㪪㫋㪸㫅㪻㪸㫉㪻㩷㪛㪼㫍㫀㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅
䌗 㪏 㪋
㪤㪸㫏㪅㩷㪄㩷㪤㫀㫅㪅
䌗 㪏 㪌
㪘㪺㪺㫌㫄㫌㫃㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪚㫆㫌㫅㫋
䌗 㪏 㪍
㪣㪸㫋㪼㫊㫋㩷㪘㪺㪺㫌㫄㫌㫃㪸㫋㫀㫆㫅㩷㪛㪸㫋㪸
䌗 㪏 㪎
Setting value No.
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪮㪿㪼㫅㩷㪣㪦㪚㪢㪉㩷㪺㪸㫅㩷㫅㫆㫋㩷㫎㫉㫀㫋㪼㩷㫀㫅䋩
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
䌃䌒 䌌䌆 㩿㪩㪼㪸㪻㩷㫆㫌㫋㩷㫆㫅㫃㫐㪀
5-digit setting value (max.)
※ Where the setting is 0, do not enter other values than 0.
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11.OVER SCALE & ERROR
11. OVER SCALE & ERROR
11-1. Over Scale
The weight error output turns ON.
The input of A/D converter overflowed
Net weight > Net Over set value
Gross weight > Capacity + 9 scale division
Gross weight > Gross Over set value
※ Net weight = Gross weight - Tare weight
11-2. Sequence Error
The sequence error output turns ON.
Error item
Alarm message
When start signal turns on, the stop signal turns ON.
During weigh cycle, the stop signal turns ON.
Zero Alarm turns on according to set times.
During weigh cycle, Near Zero output signal turns OFF.
("At start, Near Zero confirmation on" is selected for
sequence control)
During weigh cycle, the value ≧ SP1 ※
("At start, weight value confirmation on" is selected for
sequence control).
※ SP1 = Final - Set point 1
11-3. Calibration Error
Error item
Re-do Zero Calibration.
The initial Tare is beyond the zero adjustment range.
The initial Tare is minus.
The input balance weight is beyonde the Capacity.
The balance weight is “00000”.
The load cell output dose not reach the span adjustment
range.
The load cell output is miunus.
The load cell output is beyond the span adjustment range.
The weight value is not stable and calibration stopped.
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Alarm message
12.TROUBLE SHOOTING
12. TROUBLE SHOOTING
● Over-scale display
(A/D converter over)
An input signal from the load cell exceeds F701-C span adjustment range.
Check whether the output of the load cell is within span adjutment range;
Check there are breakages in the cable which is connected to the F701-C and the load cell;
And whether the load cell connector on the rear panel is open or not, when the load cell
input terminal board is open (not connected with the load cell) will display “
”
also.
(A/D converter minus over)
An input signal from the load cell is lower than F701-C span adjustment range.
Check whether the output of the load cell for falling short of the span adjustment range;
Check there are breakages in the cable which is connected to the F701-C and the load cell;
And whether the load cell connector on the rear panel is open or not, when the load cell
input terminal board is open (not connected with the load cell) will display “
”
also.
(Net weight > Net Over set value)
Net weight exceeds the Net Over set value.
Decrease the signal coming from the load cell unitl the normal display returns; or
reset the Net Over value.
(Gross weight > Gross Over set value)
Gross weight exceeds the Gross Over set value.
Decrease the signal coming from the load cell until the normal display returns; or
reset the Gross Over value.
(Gross weight > Capacity + 9 scale division)
Gross weight exceeds Capacity + 9 scale division.
Decrease the signal coming from the load cell until the normal display returns.
Request
Scale a Capacity is primary data for the F701-C. You must re-calibrate
if Capacity is changed .
Do not change Capacity to reset over scale message (
).
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12.TROUBLE SHOOTING
● Error display
(Sequence error)
When start signal turns ON, stop signal turns ON.
Turn OFF stop signal then start weighing.
(Sequence error)
During weigh cycle, the stop signal turns ON.
Set the stop signal from OFF to ON to resolve the sequence error.
(Sequence error)
It is displayed if a ZALM condition is brought about when the auto zero is in operation
by sequence control.
Remove the causes of zero out of adjustment (adherents, etc.), and reset the digital zero
to resolve the zero alarm.
(Sequence error)
During weigh cycle, Near Zero output signal turns OFF ("At start, Near Zero
confirmation ON" is selected for sequence control).
First, check the Near Zero setting value and the Near Zero comparison target. Next,
check the following for occurrence:
“A start was made before complete discharge.”
“The start ON timing was too early.”
“Discharge is in a jam, etc.”
Set the stop signal from OFF to ON to resolve the sequence error.
(Sequence error)
It is displayed if the Set Point 1 output (SP1) signal is ON when weighing starts (when it
is set to check the weight value when weighing starts).
First, check the Set Point 1 setting value and Final setting value. Next, check the
following for occurrence:
“A start was made before complete discharge.”
“The start ON timing was too early.”
“Discharge is in a jam, etc.”
Set the stop signal from OFF to ON to resolve the sequence error.
Refer to "6-2.Simple Comparison Control and Sequence Control" on
P.75 for more details.
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12.TROUBLE SHOOTING
(Calibration error)
Zero Calibration must be entered again.
Zero Calibration should always be done before Span Caibration. If “
after Calibration, Zero Calibration must be entered again.
After Zero Calibration “
” appears
” will disappear.
(Calibration error)
Initial dead load is above zero adjustment range.
Remove any excess load from load cell or scale. If
is still displayed, connect a
resistor between +EXC and -SIG load cell connections. This should shift the zero point.
Do Zero Calibration again.
+EXC
+SIG
-EXC
Connect the resistor
between +EXC and -SIG.
-SIG
Resistor
Strain
Ideal
875 KΩ
437 KΩ
291 KΩ
219 KΩ
175 KΩ
146 KΩ
125 KΩ
109 KΩ
97 KΩ
87.3 KΩ
79.4 KΩ
Approx.
866 KΩ
442 KΩ
294 KΩ
221 KΩ
174 KΩ
147 KΩ
124 KΩ
110 KΩ
97.6 KΩ
86.6 KΩ
78.7 KΩ
72.7 KΩ
67.1 KΩ
62.3 KΩ
58.2 KΩ
54.5 KΩ
51.3 KΩ
48.4 KΩ
45.9 KΩ
43.6 KΩ
41.5 KΩ
39.6 KΩ
37.9 KΩ
36.3 KΩ
34.8 KΩ
73.2 KΩ
66.5 KΩ
61.9 KΩ
57.6 KΩ
54.9 KΩ
51.1 KΩ
48.7 KΩ
46.4 KΩ
43.2 KΩ
41.2 KΩ
39.2 KΩ
38.3 KΩ
36.5 KΩ
34.8 KΩ
μ-STRAIN
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
mV/V
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
2200
2400
2600
2800
3000
3200
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400
4600
4800
5000
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
・This table is for a 350Ω load cell.
・The temperature coefficient of the connected resistor directly influences the accuracy
of the indicator. Use a resistance having a temperature coefficient of 50ppm/℃ or more
(recommended value of about 5ppm/ ℃ ).
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12.TROUBLE SHOOTING
(Calibration error)
Inditial dead load is negative.
Check that load cell is mounted in the correct direction; check that load is being applied
to the load cell in the correct direction ; check that the +SIG and -SIG lines are propely
connected.
If
still displayed, connect a resistor between -EXC and -SIG load cell
connections. This should shift the zero point. Do Zero Calibration again.
+EXC
+SIG
Connect the resistor
between- EXC and -SIG.
-EXC
-SIG
(Calibration error)
The Balance Weight Value is larger than the Capacity.
Re-enter the Balance Weight Value equal to or less than the Capacity.
Do Span Calibration again.
The relationship between Capacity and Balance Weight Value
Load
+9 scale division
Capacity
Balance Weight Value
50%
0
Balance Weight Value must be between 50% to 100% of Capacity in order to do Span
Calibration correctly.
(Calibration error)
The set Balance Weight Value is “00000”. Set adequate value to Balance Weight Value.
(Calibration error)
The load cell output dose not reach the span adjustment range of the F701-C.
Check how load is applied to load cell; check load cell has sufficient outpul (mV/V) to
reach span range. Do Span Calibration again.
Or, when an equivalent calibration is done by resolution that exceeds 1/10000, it is
assumed the one not reaching within the range of the span adjustment.
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12.TROUBLE SHOOTING
(Calibration error)
Load cell output is negative.
Check that load cell is mounted in the correct direction; check that load is being applied
to the load cell in the correct direction; check that the +SIG and -SIG lines are propely
connected. Do Span Calibration again.
(Calibration error)
Load cell output is beyond span adjustment range of the F701-C.
Check how load is applied to load cell; check load cell has sufficient output (mV/V) to
reach span range. Do Span Calibration again.
(Calibration error)
The load is not stable enough for correct Calibration.
Adjust the stable period and stable range of Motion Detection so “ STAB ” display lights
during Calibration. Do Calibration again.
The span adjustable range of the F701-C is 0.3 ~ 3.2 (mV/V).
Since display to the Capacity is guaranteed in Span Calibration,
calibration cannot be performed if the load cell output is under 0.3
(mV/V) (
) or exceeds 3.2 (mV/V) (
) when the
Capacity is reached.
Load
Capacity
0
0.3
3.2
Span adjustable range
Load cell output
[ mV/V ]
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12.TROUBLE SHOOTING
● EXC error display
(EXC Error)
The load cell excitation voltage has dropped.
Check the cables connecting the F701-C and load cell for excessive load, and check to
see if the wiring is correct.
● Battery alarm display
The “ ” display flashes.
The voltage of the lithium battery for memory backup has dropped.
Replace with a new battery.
For the method of replacement, refer to "13.REPLACEMENT OF THE BACKUP
BATTERY" on P.163.
● The setting value is not changed.
There is a possibility that writing to the NOV RAM is interrupted, so that the setting
value is not changed.
If any setting value stored in the NOV RAM (refer to "18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE" on P.173) is changed, the “・” (position shown below) lights (may not
light in some cases).
Present setting value
Setting item number
(No display)
Setting mode number
While “・” is lit, the setting value is written
into the NOV RAM.
If the power is turned off during this time,
normal writing will not result.
While “・” is lit, do not turn off the power of the F701-C.
● Setting values have been changed when the power is turned on.
The voltage of the lithium battery for memory backup may have dropped.
The setting values stored in the SRAM (refer to "18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING
VALUE" on P.173) are backed up by the lithium battery.
If the power of the F701-C is turned off with the voltage of the lithium battery having
dropped, the setting values are lost.
Replace the lithium battery, and change the setting values again.
※ For the battery alarm, refer to "Battery alarm display" on P.161.
※ For the method of replacing the lithium battery, refer to "13.REPLACEMENT OF
THE BACKUP BATTERY" on P.163.
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12.TROUBLE SHOOTING
● Self-check error display
(RAM check error)
It is displayed if a RAM check error occurs in self-checking.
(Checksum error)
It is displayed if a checksum error occurs in self-checking or at power-on.
(NOV RAM check error)
It is displayed if a NOV RAM check error occurs in self-checking.
* In the case of self-check error display, the F701-C is faulty.
Request repair from your distributor or us.
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13.REPLACEMENT OF THE BACKUP BATTERY
13. REPLACEMENT OF THE BACKUP BATTERY
The life of the lithium battery for memory backup is approx. 7 years. For replacement of
the battery, send the F701-C to us in a manner similar to repair. Since the setting values
in the “SRAM” (refer to "18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE" on P.173) are
lost when the battery is removed, record the setting values beforehand. If the F701-C
cannot be moved from the installation location, replace as follows:
1. Pull out the power cable from the main unit.
2. Remove the two M3 screws at the top of the rear panel, and pull out the upper cover
by sliding it.
M3 screws
Pull out the upper cover.
Rear panel
Rear panel
3. Remove the connector.
4. Remove the screw fixing the nylon clamp, and replace the lithium battery with a new
one.
Nylon clamp
Connector
Screw
※ The connector of the
battery can be removed
with a strong pull.
Lithium battery
※ Replacement battery: CR14250SE
We deal with it. Specify the lithium battery for the F701-C.
5. After connection of the connector of the new lithium battery, make a cold start.
※ While pressing the
GROSS
/NET
ESC
and
CNG/ENT
keys at the same time, turn on the power.
Initial values are written into the “SRAM” as setting values. (refer to "18.THE LIST
OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE" on P.173)
Request
The setting values in the “SRAM” (refer to "18.THE LIST OF INITIAL
SETTING VALUE" on P.173 are lost when the battery is removed.
Record the setting values beforehand.
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FRAME
E.
AC IN
+9V
-9V
POWER UNIT
ZERO
EXCITATION
VOLTAGE
INPUT
AMPLIFIER
ZERO COARSE
ADJUSTMENT
For fluorescent
VCC character display tube ISOLATION
+5V AC4V +13V +5V
+12V
FRAME
F.G
-EXC
-S
+S
+EXC
-SIG
+SIG
BUZZER
SI/F
BASE
VOLTAGE
10V
ADJUSTMENT
AMPLIFIER
INTERNAL
GAIN COARSE
GAIN
SI/F
KEY INPUT
DISPLAY
A/D
CONVERSION
24bit
LOW-PASS
FILTER
ANALOG
定数
SWITCH
切換え
FILTER
INTERNAL CONTROLLER
LOCK
SW
WD
RESET
CPU
CC-Link
RS-485
CONVERTER
D/A
DATA OUTPUT
BCD
RS-232C
CONTOROL
OUTPUT
CONTOROL
INPUT
128Kbyte
RAM
4096bit
NOV RAM
Monitoring
function
4
OPTION
~ 20mA
8 IN
24 OUT
12 OUT
8 IN
LITHIUM
BATTERY
:Indicates the insulation by Photo coupler.
16bit
CPU
14.BLOCK DIAGRAM
14. BLOCK DIAGRAM
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15.DIMENSIONS
15. DIMENSIONS
Unit:mm
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16.MOUNTING ON A PANEL
16. MOUNTING ON A PANEL
Please follow the procedure for mounting a panel to F701-C.
(1) Make a hole in the mounting panel.
138
Panel cutout size
138W × 68H (mm)
Mounting panel thickness
2.0 ~ 3.2 mm
Unit : mm
68
(2) Remove the mounting rails on both sides of the indicator, and insert the indicator into
the panel.
(3) Insert the mounting rails into both sides from the back of the indicator.
(4) Securely fix the mounting hardware on both sides with the attached M4 screws.
CAUTION
For transportation after panel-mounting, consideration should be given so as not to give
excessive shocks or vibration.
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17.SPECIFICATIONS
17. SPECIFICATIONS
17-1. Analog Section
Excitation voltage
DC10V ± 5%
Output current : within 120mA
Remote sense type
(Up to four 350Ω load cells can be connected in parallel.)
Zero adjustment range
0 ~ 2mV/V
Coarse adjustment: Digital control by course adjustment
circuit
Fine adjustment: Automatic adjustment by digital
operation
Gain adjustment range
0.3 ~ 3.2mV/V
Coarse adjustment: Digital control by course adjustment
circuit
Fine adjustment:
Automatic adjustment by digital
operation
Minimum input sensitivity 0.3μV/count
Accuracy
Non-linearity
: within 0.01%/FS (Typ 0.005%/FS ordinary)
Zero drift
: within 0.2μV/ ℃ RTI (Typ 0.15μV/ ℃ )
Gain drift
: within 15ppm/ ℃ (Typ 5ppm/ ℃ )
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Analog filter
Bessel type low-pass filter (-12dB/oct)
Selectable from 2, 4, 6 and 8Hz
A/D converter
Speed
Resolution
Minimum indication
resolution
1/10000 (when 1/4 scale division is valid)
1/40000 (when 1/4 scale division is invalid)
Secondary calibration
Equivalent Calibration
Minimum indication resolution for secondary calibration
: 1/1000 (ordinary temperature)
: 200 times/sec.
: 24bit (binary)
17.SPECIFICATIONS
17-2. Display Section
Display
Main display :
Subdisplay :
Numerical display (7-digit) by fluorescent character display tube;
10.4mm in character height
Numerical display (18-digit) by fluorescent character display tube;
4.0mm in character height
Indicated value
5-digit, sign: negative display at the highest digit
Unit
Label attached (t, kg, g, N, lb)
Capacity
Setting allowable in the range of 0 ~ 99999.
Min. scale division
Setting allowable in the range of 1 ~ 100.
Decimal point
Select from 0, 0.0, 0.00 or 0.000
Over display
A/D converter input over
LOAD
Net Over
OFL1
Capacity + 9 scale division
OFL2
Gross Over
OFL3
Center zero
A true zero point or the center of each value is displayed.
Display frequency
Select from 3, 6, 13 or 25 times/sec.
(The system speed is 200 times/sec.)
Status display
SP1, SP2, SP3, NEAR Z, HOLD, ZALM, STAB, TARE,
NET, ZERO,
17-3. Setting Section
Setting method
Setting by keyboard operation
(embossed membrane switches with key click sound)
External setting also allowable through the RS-232C.
Memory of set values
Initial values :
Other values :
NOV RAM (nonvolatile RAM)
Lithium-battery-backed-up C-MOS RAM
(The memory period is 7 years or more.)
(With the lithium battery voltage monitoring function.)
Protection of set values Setting operation is inhibited so that initial setting values and
calibration will not be changed by wrong operation.
Setting item
・Upper Limit / Lower Limit / Near Zero / Set Point 1 /
Set Point 2 / Compensation / Over / Under / Final
・Comparison Inhibit Time / Judging Time /
Complete Output Time / Adjust Feeding Time /
Auto Zero Times / Judging Times /
Auto Free Fall Compensation Regulation / Analog Filter /
Tare Weight
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17.SPECIFICATIONS
・Weighing Function 1 / Weighing Function 2 /
Weighing Function 3 / Sequence Mode /
Function Key Invalid / Digital Filter / Motion Detection /
Zero Tracking Period / Zero Tracking Range
・Balance Weight Value / Capacity / Min. Scale Division /
Net Over / Gross Over / DZ Regulation Value /
Function Selection /
Gravitation Acceleration (area number input) /
Gravitation Acceleration (acceleration input)
・ D/A Output Mode / D/A Zero Output Weight / D/A Full Scale /
RS-485 I/F / ID Number / RS-232C I/F /
External Function Selection / Setting Value LOCK /
Restriction on the Tare Subtraction Function
・Optional Board
・Input Selection / Output Selection /
CC-Link I/F Occupied station & Transmission speed /
CC-Link Station No.
・Span Calibration / Equivalent Calibration / Pass Word /
Zero Calibration
17-4. External Input/Output
Input signals
G・N / Digital Zero / Tare ON / Tare OFF /
(8 points)
Hold / Judge / Feed・Discharge / Start / Stop /
Accumulation Command / Accumulation Clear
ON when short-circuited with the COM terminal by contact
(relay, switch, etc.) or non-contact (transistor, open collector
output, etc.)
Output signals
Near Zero / SP1 / SP2 / SP3 / Under / Over / Upper Limit /
(12 points)
Lower Limit / Stab / Weight Error・Error / Go・Complete /
RUN・Accumulation Error
Transistor open collector output
(Emitter = COM terminal)
Output LO with transistor ON.
17-5. Interface
< Standard equipment >
Two-wire serial interface [SI/F]
Serial interface to connect a UNIPULSE-manufactured printer, external display, etc.
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Transmitting method
: Asynchronous
Transmitting speed
: 600bps
17.SPECIFICATIONS
RS-232C communication interface [232]
Writing, changing, reading, etc., of weight data and various types of status,
and additionally various setting values are carried out by commands from
the host computer.
Signal level
: Based on RS-232C
Transmission distance
: Approx. 15m
Transmitting method
: Asynchronous
Transmitting speed
: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,
19200 or 38400bps selectable
Bit configuration
: Star
: 1bit
Character length : 7 or 8bit selectable
Code
Stop
: 1 or 2bit selectable
Parity
:None, Odd or Even selectable
: ASCII
< Option > (Number of options mountable: 1)
BCD parallel data output interface [BCO]
Parallel interface to send weight data to a printer, external display or various sorts of
data processing equipment.
The Input/Output singles are photocoupler-insulated from the internal circuits.
Output signal
: Weight data (5 digits)
Output logic
: Positive/Negative selectable
Output circuit
: Open-collector
Input signal
: Logic switching, hold, output data selection
Input circuit
: Operated by a contact or an open-collector
circuit (Ic=10mA min.)
D/A converter [DAC]
Weight values are output as converted to analog signals of current.
Zero output weight value and full scale weight value can be set.
・D/A converter
Current output
: 4 ~ 20mA
D/A conversion speed
: 200 times/sec.
Resolution
: 1/10000
Over range
: ± 5% of the full scale
Current 3.2mA ~ 20.8mA
Zero drift
: Within 0.3μV/ ℃
Gain drift
: Within 30ppm/ ℃
Non-linearity
: Within 0.02%/FS
※Not including the drift of the analog input section
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17.SPECIFICATIONS
RS-485 communication interface [485]
Compared with the RS-232C, longer-distance communications can be carried out.
Furthermore, two or more F701-Cs can be connected in parallel by setting ID
numbers.
Signal level
: RS-485
Transmission distance
: Approx. 1km
Transmitting method
: Asynchronous, Full duplex
Transmitting speed
: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,
19200 or 38400bps selectable
Bit configuration
: Start
:1bit
: Character length :7 or 8bit selectable
Code
: Stop
:1 or 2bit selectable
: Parity
:None, Odd or Even selectable
: ASCII
CC-Link interface [CCL]
Links directly to PLC.
CC-Link I/F operates as the remote device stations corresponding to
CC-Link Ver.1.10.
Refer to F701-C CC-Link I/F specifications for details.
17-6. General Performance
Power supply voltage
AC100 ~ 240V (+10%, -15%) [free power source 50/60Hz]
Power consumption
Approx. 15VA
Rush current
20A、5mSec : 100V AC mean load state
(ordinary temperature, at cold-start time)
40A、5mSec : 200V AC mean load state
(ordinary temperature, at cold-start time)
Operating conditions
Temperature : Operation -10 ~ +40 ℃
Storage -20 ~ +85 ℃
Humidity
Dimension
: 85%RH or less (non-condensing)
144 (W) × 72(H) × 160(D) [mm]
※ Projections excluded
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Panel cutout size
+2
+1
138W( -0
)
× 68H( -0
)[mm]
Weight
Approx. 1.0 [kg]
17.SPECIFICATIONS
17-7. Attachment
AC input cord (3m)........................................................................1
Minus screw driver (For WAGO terminal)....................................1
Control signal Input/Output connector ..........................................1
Connector for BCD output (with BCD option) .............................1
Connector for D/A converter (with D/A converter option) ...........1
Connector for RS-485 (with the RS-485 option)...........................1
Connector for CC-Link (with the CC-Link option).......................1
Operation manual...........................................................................1
Jumper line.....................................................................................2
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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18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE
18. THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE
※ Initial value
: Factory-shipped values.
※ LOCK 1
: Changing of setting values is inhibited by the software switch
(Setting Value LOCK in setting mode 4) (stored in the SRAM).
※ LOCK 2
: Changing of setting values is inhibited by the software switch
(Setting Value LOCK in setting mode 4) (stored in the NOV RAM).
※ LOCK SW
: Changing of setting values is inhibited by the LOCK switch on the
rear panel (stored in the NOV RAM).
※ Display
: Setting cannot be changed.
18-1. Setting Mode 0
F
→
→
CNG/ENT
Initial
value
Setting item
0
→
LOCK 1
(SRAM)
1
Upper Limit
000.00
◎
2
Lower Limit
000.00
◎
3
Near Zero
000.00
◎
4
Set Point 1
000.00
◎
5
Set Point 2
000.00
◎
6
Compensation
00.00
◎
7
Over
0.00
◎
8
Under
0.00
◎
9
Final
000.00
◎
CNG/ENT
LOCK 2
(NOV.RAM)
LOCK SW
(NOV.RAM)
Display
LOCK SW
(NOV.RAM)
Display
18-2. Setting Mode 1
F
Setting item
173
→
→
CNG/ENT
Initial
value
1
UPPER
LOCK 1
(SRAM)
→
CNG/ENT
LOCK 2
(NOV.RAM)
1
Comparison Inhibit Time
0.50
◎
2
Judging Time
1.50
◎
3
Complete Output Time
3.00
◎
4
Adjust Feeding Time
1.00
◎
5
Auto Zero Times
01
◎
6
Judging Times
01
◎
7
Auto Free Fall Compensation
Regulation
098.00
◎
8
Analog Filter
9
Tare Weight
2
000.00
◎
◎
18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE
18-3. Setting Mode 2
F
→
→
CNG/ENT
Initial
value
Setting item
2
LOWER
→
LOCK 1
(SRAM)
CNG/ENT
LOCK 2
(NOV.RAM)
LOCK SW
(NOV.RAM)
Display
LOCK 2
(NOV.RAM)
LOCK SW
(NOV.RAM)
Display
1
Weighing Function 1
0000
◎
2
Weighing Function 2
01000
◎
3
Weighing Function 3
0141
◎
4
Sequence Mode
0000
◎
5
Function Key Invalid
1111
◎
6
Digital Filter
64
◎
7
Motion Detection
1.5-05
◎
8
Zero Tracking Period
0.0
◎
9
Zero Tracking Range
0000
◎
18-4. Setting Mode 3
F
→
→
CNG/ENT
Initial
value
Setting item
3
NEAR Z.
→
LOCK 1
(SRAM)
CNG/ENT
1
Balance Weight Value
100.00
◎
◎
2
Capacity
100.00
◎
◎
3
Min. Scale Division
0.01
◎
◎
4
Net Over
999.99
◎
◎
5
Gross Over
999.99
◎
◎
6
DZ Regulation Value
02.00
◎
◎
7
Function Selection
13213
◎
8
Gravitational Acceleration
(area number input)
09
◎
9
Gravitational Acceleration
(acceleration input)
9.798
◎
18-5. Setting Mode 4
F
Setting item
→
→
CNG/ENT
Initial
value
4
SP1
LOCK 1
(SRAM)
→
CNG/ENT
LOCK 2
(NOV.RAM)
1
D/A Output Mode
00
◎
2
D/A Zero Output Weight
00000
◎
3
D/A Full Scale
10000
◎
4
RS-485 I/F
30101
◎
5
ID Number
0000
◎
6
RS-232C I/F
30101
◎
7
External Function Selection
00000
8
Setting Value LOCK
9
Restriction on the Tare
Subtraction Function
LOCK SW
(NOV.RAM)
Display
◎
00 ← LOCK 1 and LOCK 2 are set up (it memorizes to NOV.RAM)
0000
◎
*D/A Zero Output Weight and D/A Full Scale cannot be set larger value than the value of Capacity.
The value of Capacity automatically reaches a set value.
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18.THE LIST OF INITIAL SETTING VALUE
18-6. Setting Mode 5
F
→
→
CNG/ENT
Initial
value
Setting item
5
SP2
→
LOCK 1
(SRAM)
CNG/ENT
LOCK 2
(NOV.RAM)
1
Input Selection
0234
◎
2
Output Selection
000
◎
3
CC-Link I/F
Occupied station &
Transmission speed
024
◎
4
CC-Link I/F
Station No.
01
◎
LOCK SW
(NOV.RAM)
Display
LOCK SW
(NOV.RAM)
Display
5
6
7
8
9
18-7. Setting Mode 8
F
→
→
CNG/ENT
Initial
value
Setting item
8
UNDER
→
LOCK 1
(SRAM)
CNG/ENT
LOCK 2
(NOV.RAM)
1
Average Weight
000.00
◎
2
Max. Value
000.00
◎
3
Min. Value
000.00
◎
4
General Standard Deviation
000.00
◎
5
Sample Standard Deviation
000.00
◎
6
Count of Data
00000
◎
7
Latest Accumulation Data
000.00
◎
8
Max. - Min.
000.00
◎
9
Optional Board
0000
◎
18-8. Calibration Mode (Setting Mode 9)
F
Setting item
→
→
CNG/ENT
Initial
value
9
FINAL
LOCK 1
(SRAM)
→
CNG/ENT
LOCK 2
(NOV.RAM)
LOCK SW
(NOV.RAM)
Display
1
Span Calibration
100.00
◎
◎
Command
2
Equivalent Calibration
3.0000
◎
◎
Command
◎
◎
Command
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Zero
175
Pass Word
0
Zero Calibration
0
Unipulse Corporation
9-11 Nihonbashi Hisamatsucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0005
Tel. +81-3-3639-6120 Fax: +81-3-3639-6130
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