Manual Combics Pro Basic

Manual Combics Pro Basic
Operating Manual
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Combics Pro Application Software Package
Basic
98648-015-77
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Basic Operating Manual
Table of Contents
Contents
1
Overview ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
1.1 General Information ........................................................................................................................................................5
1.1.1
Additional Manuals
5
1.2 Equipment Supplied ........................................................................................................................................................5
1.2.1
Accessories not Included with the Equipment Supplied
5
1.3 Functions of the Basic Application................................................................................................................................6
2
Operation............................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.1 Display ..............................................................................................................................................................................7
2.2 Keypad ..............................................................................................................................................................................8
2.2.1
Entering Alphanumeric Characters
9
2.2.2
Operation Using Softkeys
10
2.2.3
Selection Using the Navigation Keys
10
2.2.4
Plug-In Cards
11
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Menu Structure...............................................................................................................................................................................12
3.1 Setup Menu....................................................................................................................................................................12
3.2 Configuration Menu for the Basic Software ...............................................................................................................12
3.2.1
Configuration Menu Diagram
12
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Getting Started ...............................................................................................................................................................................14
4.1 Switching on the Instrument........................................................................................................................................14
4.1.1
Factory Settings (Defaults)
14
4.2 Configuration Menu ......................................................................................................................................................14
4.2.1
Inputs
15
4.2.2
Outputs
16
4.2.3
Default Settings
21
4.2.4
Modbus Master
22
4.2.5
Entering Limits
23
4.2.6
Parameters
24
4.2.7
Printout Format
25
4.2.8
Preset Tare
26
4.2.9
Dialogs
26
4.2.10
Predefined Texts
26
4.2.11
All WPs
27
4.2.12
Single WP
27
4.2.13
PIN Code
28
4.3 Printing the Configuration Data ..................................................................................................................................29
4.4 Closing the Configuration Menu..................................................................................................................................30
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Basic Program..................................................................................................................................................................................31
5.1 Scale Test........................................................................................................................................................................31
5.2 Scale Operation and Display .........................................................................................................................................32
5.2.1
Bar Graph
32
5.2.2
All WPs
32
5.2.3
Single WP
32
5.3 Terminal Function .........................................................................................................................................................33
5.3.1
Control
33
5.3.2
Predefined Functions
34
5.3.3
Predefined Functions with Predefined Texts
36
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Alibi Memory ...................................................................................................................................................................................37
6.1 Activating the Alibi Memory.........................................................................................................................................37
6.2 Reading the Alibi Memory ............................................................................................................................................37
6.2.1
Reading Using the Instrument
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6.2.2
Reading Using the Browser
38
6.3 Erasing the Alibi Memory ............................................................................................................................................. 39
6.4 External Alibi Memory .................................................................................................................................................. 39
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7.1
Printing ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 40
Nice Label Express (NLE) .............................................................................................................................................. 40
8
Fieldbus ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 42
8.1 Configuration ................................................................................................................................................................ 42
8.1.1
Write Window
43
8.1.2
Read Window
43
8.1.3
Write Data
44
8.1.4
Read Data
46
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SPM ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
10
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Index...................................................................................................................................................................................... 51
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Overview
1.1
General Information
1.1.1
Additional Manuals
Overview
This manual describes the configuration and operation of the Basic application software package.
For installation, basic configuration and calibration, please refer to the Combics Pro installation manual.
1.2
Equipment Supplied
The Combics Pro Basic software package consists of the following components:
-
Combics Pro basic unit
Basic application program
Manuals in PDF format on CD-ROM
The Basic application requires installation of the following in the instrument:
-
BIOS
Firmware
Basic application
The PR 1721 fieldbus cards (Profibus, Interbus-S, DeviceNet) are supported.
The application supports the Alibi memory (see "Accessories").
1.2.1
Accessories not Included with the Equipment Supplied
Plug-in cards for slots A/B, slots 1 to 3 and slot 4; see section 2.2.4.
Software (licensed):
PR1792/13 OPC server communication
PR 8901/81 Alibi memory function
Scales:
Up to 4 scales can be controlled and displayed.
PP5510/10 internal weighing electronics (up to 2)
Platform/scale with xBPI protocol (up to 2)
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Functions of the Basic Application
The Basic application provides display of the indicator function for the Combics Pro instrument.
Weight values can be printed and stored in an internal Alibi memory. The stored data can be viewed and
printed.
The application's communication functions enable not only reading and writing values and signals from and
to the Basic controller, but also use as a powerful remote terminal for display of messages from a higherlever system, operator dialogs, and for editing texts or values.
The Basic controller can communicate with a PC over OPC using an Ethernet connection, or with a PLC over
a fieldbus (such as Profibus, Interbus-S or DeviceNet).
Two internal weighing electronics units may be installed in a Basic controller.
Basic also offers the following additional functions:
- Store preset tare values
- Enter predefined texts for the terminal function
- Internal Alibi memory (license required)
- External Alibi memory over printer port
- Print weight values on a user-configurable report
- Configurable limit contacts (2 limit values for each scale)
- Configurable digital and analog inputs and outputs (additional plug-in cards are required)
- Remote-controllable operator dialog using the color graphic display and the keypad
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Operation
2.1
Display
Operation
320 x 240 color graphic display
Softkeys
Function keys
Alphanumeric keys
Indicator keys
Navigation keys
The display shows weight values of up to 7 digits with decimal point and plus or minus sign.
Available mass units are t, kg, g, mg, lb and oz. The
lb and oz units are not permitted for use in legal
metrology in the EU and EEC.
The weight readout shows the current weight on a
bar graph that indicates proportion of the
maximum capacity (Max), with 0 on the left and
100% on the right.
The following status indicators can be shown:
Status
Description
Gross weight display
(G in NTEP or NSC mode)
Net weight display
Net = gross - tare
The display shows the stored tare
weight.
Preset tare
The display shows the test value without
mass unit.
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Status
Description
The weight value is within ¼ d (+ or
-) of zero.
The weight value is stable.
Value not permissible in legal
metrology (e.g., 10-fold resolution)
Batching mode; flashes when
batching is stopped; rapid flashing
indicates error.
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Keypad
The following table shows the basic meanings of symbols on the front-panel keys. Some keys may have
other functions as well, depending on the active application program.
Indicator
keys
Description
Indicator
keys
Display gross weight
Start printing
Display tare weight
Selection key for switching scales
Sets gross weight to zero,
provided that:
- weight value is stable
- weight is within zero setting
range
(function dependent on
configuration)
Taring; the current gross weight is
stored in the tare memory,
provided that:
- weight value is stable
- indicator is not in error status
(function dependent on
configuration)
Menu keys
Function
keys
Description
Description
Menu keys
Description
Move cursor to the right when
editing; selection
Softkey: select function
Move cursor to the left when
editing; selection
Backspace/delete
Scroll up in the menu
Exit from current menu, continue
operation on next higher level
Scroll down in the menu
Enter/confirm
Description
Function
keys
Description
Stand-by mode;
switch graphic display and power
to PS/2 port on/off
Open the setup menu
Function key
Stop key
Information on version number,
fitted hardware,
10-fold resolution
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2.2.1
Operation
Entering Alphanumeric Characters
Input fields are marked clearly. Activation of alphabetic input is indicated.
Example: using the '2' key to enter letters. Press once for
'A', twice for 'B', and three times for 'C'. To accept the letter
shown on the display, press a different key, or the right
to return to the
arrow key . Press the left arrow key
previous character. Press the delete key
to delete a
character from the display.
If only numeric values are required for input, letters are not
enabled.
Key
Character
Remark
For values less than 1, a zero must be
entered before the decimal point (e.g.,
0.01).
Decimal point and colon can be entered
with the ‘period’ key .
To enter a plus or minus sign, press the
period key : once for a minus sign and
twice for a plus sign.
space key
toggle to alphabetic input mode
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key.
To enter a space, press the
During configuration, you can switch
between the mass units by pressing .
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Operation Using Softkeys
below the graphic display are indicated in the bottommost text line of
The functions of the five softkeys
the display. Softkey functions shown in gray are not available on the active menu level, or not with the
active access privileges.
When operating steps involving softkeys are described in this manual, the softkey labels are shown in square
brackets, rather than in graphics of the softkeys.
Setup
2.2.3
Config
Calib
Selection Using the Navigation Keys
to scroll down, or the up arrow
Press the down arrow key
key
to scroll up in a menu. Press
to select a menu item.
To select the desired setting for the selected menu item, press
or .
Press the
key to exit the menu and continue the operation on the next higher level.
An arrow
pressing
in front of a menu item indicates that there are menu sublevels. The menu item selected (by
) is shown inversely.
Info
Show version
Show status
Press the
key to select an item.
If the list of menu items is long, a vertical bar on the left (black/gray) indicates which part of the list is
displayed.
Weighing points/WP A/Calibration
Response time
320 ms
Digital filter
Off
Test mode
Absolute
None
W&M
Stability time
0.50 s
Stability range
1.00 d
Availability of additional settings options (selectable with
.
or
) is indicated by preceding double arrows
Weighing point
Weighing point A
10
xBPI scale 1
Press
to select [xBPI scale 1].
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2.2.4
Operation
Plug-In Cards
The Combics Pro mainboard can be fitted with up to two weighing electronics assemblies and up to 4
additional plug-in cards.
Product
PR 5800/10
Weighing electronics
PR 5510/02
2 serial RS-232 interfaces
PR 5510/04
1 serial RS-232 interface and
1 serial RS-485/RS-422 interface
PR 5510/07
1 analog output,
4 analog inputs
PR 5510/08
BCD output
PR 5510/09
BCD output
PR 5510/12
6 optocoupler inputs and
12 optocoupler outputs
PR 1721/31
Profibus-DP slave
PR 1721/32
Interbus-S slave
PR 1721/34
DeviceNet slave
PR 5510/14
Ethernet
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Function
Weighing electronics for strain gauges, 10000e
(class III)
Protocols can be selected independently for A
and B via software
The serial RS-485/RS-422 interface is configured
by setting DIL switches on the card. Protocols
can be selected via software.
16-bit analog output, 0/4 to 20 mA.
Input: 4 channels with common ground (max. 1
card)
Output: 5 decades + plus or minus sign, or 3
bytes binary, open emitter. 1 input
Output: 5 decades + plus or minus sign, or 3
bytes binary, open collector. 1 input
Digital interfaces electrically isolated via
optocouplers. Passive inputs and outputs.
Configurable via software.
Position
Slot A, B
Slot 1, 2, 3
Slot 1, 2, 3
Slot 1, 2, 3
Slot 1, 2, 3
Slot 1, 2, 3
Slot 1, 2, 3
Profibus-DP to IEC 61158 with max. 12 Mbits/s
Slot 4
Interbus-S slave with max. 2 Mbits/s
Slot 4
DeviceNet slave with max. 500 kbits/s
Slot 4
10/100 Mbits/s Modbus TCP
Slot 4
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Menu Structure
3.1
Setup Menu
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If the PIN function is activated, the setup menu is accessible from the application only after input of a valid
PIN. For details on settings in the setup menu, such as scale assignment, calibration, etc., refer to the
installation manual.
3.2
Configuration Menu for the Basic Software
This is the menu for configuring the Basic application. The configuration data is stored in EAROM and thus
is protected in the event of a power failure or a cold start. If the PIN function is activated, the configuration
menu [Config] is accessible from the application only after input of a valid PIN; see section 4.2.
3.2.1
Configuration Menu Diagram
Config
Configuration of Basic
- Inputs
- Slot 1
- Slot 2
- Slot 3
- Outputs
- Slot 1
- Slot 2
- Slot 3
- Modbus master
- Modbus module
- Activate module
- IP address
- I/O type
- Input/output
- SPM bit address
Function assignment for installed input cards
Input configuration for card 1
Input configuration for card 2
Input configuration for card 3
Function assignment for installed output cards
Output configuration for card 1
Output configuration for card 2
Output configuration for card 3
I/O extension (PR5510/14 required)
Selection of the Phoenix module 1 to 8
Activate, deactivate
Digital input/output
1 to 16
0 to 2047
- Limits
- Scale
- Limit 1 On
- Limit 1 Off
- Limit 2 On
- Limit 2 Off
WP A, B, C, D
0 to Max (maximum capacity), calibration unit
0 to Max
0 to Max
0 to Max
- Parameters
- Terminal name
- Ext. Alibi memory
- Printer
- Report copies
- Sequence number
- Date format
12
Max. 18 alphanumeric characters
None, Slot 1/2/3 – RS-232/RS-485, Standard RS-232
None, Slot 1/2/3 – RS-232/RS-485, Standard RS-232
0 to 99
0 to 999999
DD.MM.YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY, YYYY.MM.DD
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Menu Structure
Continuation of configuration for Basic
- Print layout
- Line 1 to 40
Gross, net, tare, header, weight, dialog reply 1 to 3, 32767
OPC-DINT 1 to 3, current weight, edited weight, edited weight A to D,
Edited string, edited integer, edited real, blank line, -------,
Form feed, terminal name, WP identifier, sequence number,
date, time
- Preset tare
- ID
- Tare name
- Tare weight
1 to 999
Max. 18 alphanumeric characters
Format and unit as for calibration
- Dialogs
- Dialog message 1
- Dialog message 2
- Dialog message 3
Max. 18 alphanumeric characters
Max. 18 alphanumeric characters
Max. 18 alphanumeric characters
- Predefined texts
- ID
- Line 1
- Line 2
1 to 999
Max. 18 alphanumeric characters
Max. 18 alphanumeric characters
- All WPs
- Show all WPs
- Lines 1 to 6
Enabled, disabled
Gross, net, tare, limit 1, limit 2, analog out, blank line
- Single WP
- Lines 1 to 8
- Size + / - PIN
- Use PIN
- Current PIN
- New PIN
- Repeat PIN
Gross, net, tare, limit 1, limit 2, analog out, blank line
Selectable size of weight display (12 sizes)
(only if a PIN has been activated)
Enabled, disabled
1111 to 9999
1111 to 9999
1111 to 9999
* Only possible when CAL switch 2 and CAL switch A/B are open
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Getting Started
4.1
Switching on the Instrument
Please refer to the installation manual for important safety information relating to installation
and commissioning procedures.
After switching on the supply voltage, the BIOS menu is displayed.
If the instrument is not in a normal operating state, the BIOS menu can be accessed as follows:
simultaneously for approximately 6 seconds, or
- Press and hold
- Disconnect the instrument from power (mains) for 1 minute, then reconnect and hold down the
key
while switching it on again.
==== BIOS MENU ====
1 Warmstart (continue from power fail)
2 Coldstart (reset application data)
3 Restore (load application data)
4 Erase (reset to factory settings)
5 Test (systemtests)
6 Flash (enter flash setup)
INFO Show versions
Warm start, cold start and other functions can now be performed as described in the installation manual.
4.1.1
Factory Settings (Defaults)
Restoring default settings is possible only if write-protection has not been activated; see also the description
of CAL switches in the installation manual.
==== Please select an erase option ====
1 Erase/suspend recovery storage
2 Erase alibi storage
3 Erase WP A
4 Erase WP B
5 Erase configuration
EXIT Return to BIOS Menu
1 – The entire flash memory is deleted.
2 - Data in Alibi memory is deleted.
3 - Calibration data and parameters of weighing electronics A are reset to defaults.
4 - Calibration data and parameters of weighing electronics B are reset to defaults.
5 - The configuration data is reset to defaults.
4.2
Configuration Menu
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Start
Config
Test
Press [Config] to select the configuration menu.
If the PIN function was activated under [Config]-[PIN]-[Use PIN], the configuration menu [Config] can be
accessed from the application only after input of a valid PIN. After activating, the PIN is set to 9999 and
can be changed; refer to section 4.2.7 for details.
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Getting Started
Inputs
Configuration is based on a list of functions, each assigned to an internal bit. Refer to section 4.2.3 for the
default settings and chapter 9 for the addresses.
When changing the I/O card type, the configuration data remains unchanged. Functions for a non-installed
scale can be selected; however, they do not have any effect.
Configuration
Inputs
Outputs
Modbus master
Press
to select an item.
Print
4.2.1.1
Digital Inputs
A function from 1 to 2047 can be assigned to the individual inputs; see chapter 9. If several inputs are
assigned to an input function, the input with the higher card number and/or input number prevails. Nonassigned input functions are ignored.
The card type and the available inputs and outputs are detected automatically.
Configuration/Inputs
Slot
Type
Input
SPM bit address
Inp -
1
Digital inputs
1
128
Press
to select the card socket.
Inp +
Press[Inp -]/[Inp +], or enter the number to switch inputs.
If the selected slot does not have any inputs, this is indicated as follows:
Configuration/Inputs
Slot
Type
Possible plug-in cards
PR5510/08
Digital I/O type:
PR5510/09
Digital I/O type:
PR5510/12
Digital I/O type:
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1 input
1 input
6 inputs
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Outputs
Changing the card type does not affect the configuration data. The configuration is based on a list of
functions, each assigned to an internal bit. See chapter 9 for the addresses.
Functions for a non-installed scale can be selected, but they do not have any effect.
Configuration
Inputs
Outputs
Modbus master
Press
and
to select an item.
Print
4.2.2.1
Digital outputs
The assignments of functions to a scale are valid only if the scale exists.
A function from 1 to 2047 can be assigned to the individual outputs; refer to chapter 9. Non-assigned
outputs are switched off.
The card type and the available inputs and outputs are detected automatically.
Configuration/Outputs
Slot
Type
Output
SPM bit address
Outp -
1
Digital outputs
1
256
Press
to select a slot.
Outp +
To select the output, press [Outp -]/[Outp +] or enter the number.
If the selected slot does not have any outputs, this is indicated as shown below:
Configuration/Outputs
Slot
Type
Possible plug-in cards
PR5510/08
Digital I/O type:
PR5510/09
Digital I/O type:
PR5510/12
Digital I/O type:
16
2
No outputs
24 outputs
24 outputs
12 outputs
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Output Configuration for PR 5510/08 and PR 5510/09 BCD Cards
The PR5510/08 and PR5510/09 cards can be installed in Slot 1, 2 or 3 and are configurable as:
- Digital output card with 24 outputs and 1 input. Configuration as for a digital I/O card; refer to section
4.2.2.1.
- BCD output with 5 decades for weight values. If a weight value has more than 5 digits, only the 5 least
significant digits are displayed. This data pertains to the scale selected under [Data source].
- 16 bits in DWORD 9, 10 or 11, depending on slot.
Data output:
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
PIN
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Meaning
1
2
x10 0
4
8
1
2
x10 1
4
8
1
2
x10 2
4
8
1
2
x10 3
4
8
1
2
x10 4
4
8
Sign
Stability
Value is valid
Tared
Switching from BCD to digital outputs and vice versa does not affect the output functions configured for
this slot.
Configuration/Outputs
Slot
Type
Data source
BCD value
2
BCD output
WP A
Gross
Press
to select an item.
To use the BCD function, the [Type] must be set to [BCD output]. With the [Digital outputs] setting, the
card behaves as described in section 4.2.2.1. You can select the scale under [Data source].
If the setting is [Data source] = [WP A to D], the following [BCD value] can be selected:
- Gross
- Net
- Tare
- As display
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Instead of a weighing point, the SPM address defined for this slot can be selected as a data source; refer to
chapter 9.
Configuration/Outputs
Slot
Type
Data source
2
BCD output
SPM %MD 9
Press
to select an item.
The predefined addresses are: Slot 1: %MD 9, Slot 2: %MD 10, Slot 3: %MD 11.
The 5 least significant decades of the DWORD are output.
Press
4.2.2.3
to return to the previous menu [Configuration].
Input Configuration of the Analog Input/Output Card
Up to three PR5510/07 cards can be installed in Slot 1, 2 or 3.
No configuration options are available for the analog inputs.
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Output Configuration of the Analog Input/Output Card
Up to three PR5510/07 cards can be installed in Slot 1, 2 or 3.
Configuration/Outputs
Slot
Type
Data source
Analog value
Range
If ADC err. occurs
If below zero
If above Max
[Data source]
[WP A], [WP B],
[WP C], [WP D]
[SPM %MW 14 to16],
Slot 1 to 3
3
Analog output
WP A
Gross
4 to 20 mA
0 mA
0 mA
20 mA
Output of the weight values from scales A, B, C or D.
0 to Max are converted into 0/4 mA to 20 mA.
For details on the value output to the SPM address, see chapter 9.
The SPM values are saved in the 0 to 20 mA output area with 1 µA/d.
[Analog value]
[Gross]
[Net/gross]
[Net/0 mA]
[Net/4 mA]
[Net/20 mA]
Output of the gross value
Output of the net value, if tared; otherwise gross
Output of the net value, if tared; otherwise 0 mA
Output of the net value, if tared; otherwise 4 mA
Output of the net value, if tared; otherwise 20 mA
[Range]
[0 to 20 mA]
[4 to 20 mA]
Output of 0 to Max as 0 to 20 mA
Output of 0 to Max as 4 to 20 mA
[If ADC err. occurs]
[0 mA]
[4 mA]
[20 mA]
[hold]
Set the output to 0 mA
Set the output to 4 mA
Set the output to 20 mA
The last output value is held.
[If below zero]
[0 mA]
[4 mA]
[20 mA]
[hold]
[linear]
[If above Max]
[0 mA]
[4 mA]
[20 mA]
[hold]
[linear]
Press
Set the output to 0 mA
Set the output to 4 mA
Set the output to 20 mA
The last output value is held
Only for [4 to 20 mA]: the output decreases below 4 mA until the limit
is reached.
Set the output to 0 mA
Set the output to 4 mA
Set the output to 20 mA
The last output value is held.
The output increases above 20 mA until the limit is reached.
to return to the previous menu [Configuration].
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Adapting the Analog Output
The output current can be adapted in small ranges. This is necessary in the event of small deviations from
the nominal value in a connected PLC.
Press
[Show hardware slots]-[Slot 1, 2, 3 PR5510/07 analog I/O] to display the menu:
Info/Hardware slots
PR5510/07 on slot
In use by PLC task
Analog output
Counts
Analog input 1
Stop PLC
Stop I/O
Adjust
3
1
9.066 mA
24711 cnt
13
0.433 %
Reset
Press [Adjust].
Info/Hardware slots/Adjust analog output slot 3
Output
4.000 mA
Measured
4.004 mA
Enter the value for 4 mA (measured, for example, by the connected PLC) under [Measured].
, the second value (20 mA) is displayed:
After you press
Info/Hardware slots/Adjust analog output slot 3
Output
20.000 mA
Measured
20.010 mA
Enter the value for 20 mA (measured, for example, by the connected PLC) under [Measured].
Press [Yes] to confirm the changes,
or [No] to restore the original values.
Save settings ?
To reset to the default values (4 mA and 20 mA):
Info/Hardware slots
PR5510/07 on slot
In use by PLC task
Analog output
Counts
Analog input 1
Stop PLC
Stop I/O
Adjust
3
1
9.066 mA
24711 cnt
13
0.433 %
Reset
Press [Reset].
You are prompted to confirm:
Reset to default?
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or [No] to retain the values entered.
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Default Settings
Digital inputs: For digital inputs, no data is entered at the factory.
Digital outputs: For digital outputs (except BCD), no data is entered at the factory.
Analog output:
Parameter
Data source
Analog value
Range
If ADC err. occurs
If below zero
If above Max
Value
WP A
Gross
4 to 20 mA
0 mA
0 mA
20 mA
BCD output:
Parameter
Data source
BCD value
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WP A
Gross
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Modbus Master
In the Basic application, the Modbus master supports up to eight predefined Modbus modules.
4.2.4.1
Supported Modules
Modules 1 to 4
Modules 1 to 4 are of the following type:
- Phoenix Contact Inline Block IO (ILB ETH 24 DI16 DIO16-2TX)
Each of these modules offers 16 digital inputs and 16 digital outputs.
Modules 5 and 6
Modules 5 and 6 are of the following type:
- Phoenix Contact inline module (IL ETH BK DI8 DO4 2-TX-PAC)
- Phoenix Contact output module (IB IL 24 DO16-PAC)
- Phoenix Contact output module (IB IL 24 DO16-PAC)
In total, these modules offer 8 digital inputs and 36 digital outputs.
Modules 7 and 8
Modules 5 and 6 are of the following type:
- Phoenix Contact inline module (IL ETH BK DI8 DO4 2-TX-PAC)
- Phoenix Contact output module (IB IL 24 DO16-PAC)
- Phoenix Contact output module (IB IL 24 DO16-PAC)
- Phoenix Contact power supply (IB IL 24 PWR IN-PAC)
- Phoenix Contact output module (IB IL 24 DO16-PAC)
In total, these modules offer 8 digital inputs and 52 digital outputs.
4.2.4.2
Configuration Tool
The module hardware must be configured as described in the Phoenix instruction manual. Additionally, an
IP address must be assigned to each terminal. For this purpose, the IPAssign.exe tool is available from
Phoenix.
4.2.4.3
Configuration on the Instrument
Select [Config]-[Modbus master] to configure the modules:
Configuration/Modbus master
Communication error
Ignore
Modbus module
Phoenix 1
Activate module
IP address
0.0.0.0
I/O type
Digital outputs
Output
1
SPM bit address
0
Outp -
Ignore, or show message if there is a comm. error.
Select the module.
Can be enabled/disabled.
or digital inputs
Press
to select an item.
Outp +
[IP address]: Enter the module's IP address here.
[I/O type]: Define the input or output type to be configured here. The two subsequent items depend on the
input or output type specified here.
[Input] or [Output]: An SPM bit can be assigned for the selected input or output.
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Getting Started
Entering Limits
Each limit consists of a switch-on point and a switch-off point for definition of a hysteresis. The 4 values
per scale are entered according to the same principle. The values may be within -0.01 x Max and 1.01 x Max
of the corresponding scale. The limit outputs are listed in chapter 9.
Configuration
Inputs
Outputs
Modbus master
Limits
Press
and
to select an item.
Press
to select an item.
Configuration/Limits
Scale
Limit 1 On
Limit 1 Off
Limit 2 On
Limit 2 Off
WP A
890.00 kg
900.00 kg
300.00 kg
290.00 kg
Example:
The output signal (Out 1) of
Limit 1 (Lim 1) switches 'Off'
above a weight (Wgt) of
900 kg; Limit 2 (Lim 2) switches
'Off' below 290 kg. The two
limits have a hysteresis of 10
kg. In the event of a power
failure (both outputs 'Off'), the
outputs indicate underfill and
overfill simultaneously.
If the limits (Lim) for 'On' and
'Off' are equal, output 1 (Out 1)
switches 'On' when the weight
(Wgt) exceeds the value and
output 2 (Out 2) switches 'Off'
when the weight falls below the
value.
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Parameters
Select menu [Config]-[Parameters].
Configuration
Inputs
Outputs
Modbus master
Limits
Parameters
Press
and
to select an item.
Configuration/Parameters
Terminal name
Combics Pro Basic
Ext. Alibi memory
None
Printer
Standard RS-232
Report copies
2
Sequence number
123456
Date format
DD.MM.YYYY
[Terminal name]
The terminal name appears on the report printout. Enter up to 18 alphanumeric characters.
[Ext. Alibi memory]
Select the physical interface. If no printout is required, select [None].
The interface must be selected under -[Serial ports parameter] as well. Define the transmission parameters
under [Param].
[Printer]
Select the physical interface. If no printout is required, select [None].
The interface must be selected under -[Serial ports parameter] as well. Define the transmission parameters
under [Param].
[Report copies]
Number of copies for printing the report. Enter a number from 1 to 99.
[Sequence number]
In addition to date and time, this parameter provides additional data for unambiguous identification of
datasets in the Alibi memory. Enter a number from 1 to 999999.
[Date format]
Select one of the following three formats for the date:
[YYYY.MM.DD], [DD.MM.YYYY] or [MM/DD/YYYY].
[PIN]
If a PIN is defined, you can exit the application only after input of a 4-digit code.
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Getting Started
Printout Format
The information to be sent to the printer can be defined under [Config]-[Print layout]. The data for the
selected scale (A, B, C or D) is printed.
Configuration/Print layout
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Line 4
Line 5
Line 6
Line 7
Line 8
Line 9
Insert
Terminal name
WP identifier
Sequence number
Date
Time
Gross
Net
Tare
Blank line
Press
to select an item.
Delete
Press [Insert] to insert a line preceding the selected line. The inserted line is blank; you can assign a different
meaning subsequently.
Press [Delete] to delete the selected line.
Types of line:
[Blank line]
[---------]
[Form feed]
[Terminal name]
[WP identifier]
[Sequence number]
[Date]
[Time]
[Gross]
[Net]
[Tare]
[Header]
[Weight mode]
[Dialog reply 1]
[Dialog reply 2]
[Dialog reply 3]
[OPC DINT 1]
[OPC DINT 2]
[OPC DINT 3]
[Current weight]
[Edited weight]
[Edited weight A]
[Edited weight B]
[Edited weight C]
[Edited weight D]
[Edited string]
[Edited int]
[Edited real]
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Character string (up to 39 characters)
Form feed
Name defined under [Parameters]
In the selected date format; refer to section 4.2.6.
Gross weight with unit
Net weight with unit
Tare weight with unit
Refer to section 5.3.2.
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Preset Tare
The preset tare values can be assigned to all scales.
The ID number must be within 1 and 999.
ID
1
2
3
100
Configuration/Preset tare
Tare name
Tare weight
Tank 1
30.6 kg
Tank 2
42.7 kg
Tank 3
49.2 kg
Frame 1
200 kg
New
Change
Delete
Press [Change] to edit existing names and weights.
The tare name can be defined according to requirements and may be identical for different IDs. The unit of
the tare weight can be selected. If the units of the scale differ from the preset tare, the preset tare is
converted into the units of the scale when taring.
A preset tare value must not exceed the highest Max weight.
4.2.9
Dialogs
Three texts for the [Dialog message 1 to 3] can be defined.
Configuration/Dialogs
Dialog message 1
Please enter value
Dialog message 2
Dialog message 3
If no dialog message is entered, no message is output and no user activity is expected.
4.2.10 Predefined Texts
The predefined texts consist of two lines. The corresponding ID number must be within 1 and 999.
Predefined texts can be output on the display. At least line 1 must be defined.
ID
1
2
3
100
New
Configuration/Predefined texts
Line 1
Tank 1
Tank 2
Tank 3
Frame 1
Change
Line 2
30.6 kg
42.7 kg
49.2 kg
200 kg
Delete
Press [Change] to edit existing texts.
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4.2.11 All WPs
Open the ’All WPs’ overview to have more than one scale displayed at the same time. As 12 lines in total are
available, 6 lines can be determined for each of 2 scales, for example.
Configuration/All WPs
Show all WPs
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Line 4
Line 5
Line 6
Gross
Net
Tare
Limit 1
Limit 2
Blank line
Activate to display the ’All WPs’ overview.
Press
to select an item.
4.2.12 Single WP
The weight and up to 8 (previously defined) values for the selected scale are displayed in the ’Single WP’
view.
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Line 4
Line 5
Line -
Gross
Net
Tare
Limit 1
Limit 2
Line +
Size -
5 / 12
Press
to select an item.
Size +
Press [Line -] to delete and [Line +] to add lines. If more lines are selected than can be displayed (depends in
part on the selected size), you can scroll through display lines.
The size of the weight display can be changed using [Size +] and [Size -]. The default setting is 5, which
leaves space for direct display of another 5 lines.
The smallest setting for the size of weight display is 1, which permits direct display of another 8 lines.
Settings 9 and 12 are the highest settings for the weight display, which leaves space for direct display of 1
line.
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4.2.13 PIN Code
4.2.13.1 Activating ’Use PIN’
If [Use PIN] is enabled, the application is closed only after the correct PIN is entered.
The default PIN, valid when the PIN function is first activated, is 9999.
You are prompted to enter a PIN only if
[Config]-[PIN]-[Use PIN] has been activated.
Configuration/PIN
Use PIN
Press
to enable the item.
4.2.13.2 Changing the PIN
Configuration/PIN
Current PIN
New PIN
Repeat PIN
****
****
****
Previous PIN (default: 9999)
Determine the PIN (1111 to 9999).
Repeat the PIN (1111 to 9999).
If a value different from [New PIN] was entered under [Repeat PIN], the following message is displayed:
1st and 2nd input
not a match
After pressing [OK], you can repeat the PIN again.
to keep the previous PIN unchanged.
Press
4.2.13.3 Closing the Application
To access the configuration [Config] of the application or [Setup], you can press
!!!
Enter PIN
****
to exit the application.
If [Config]-[PIN]-[Use PIN] is activated, the PIN must be entered to
close the application.
OK
The "Exit" function is password-protected because it can lead to loss of initializing data in .
Otherwise, only calibration data remains protected, and that only provided that the corresponding
CAL switch was set; refer to the installation manual.
STOP
PIN wrong
Retry
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Service
If the PIN is unknown, you can press [Service] to generate a
substitute PIN that can be used once.
Determination of the substitute PIN is based on the number
displayed when you press [Service] and on the calculation method
available from Sartorius.
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Printing the Configuration Data
Configuration data is output on the configured report printer. As the print width is limited to 39 characters
for each line, a ticket printer can alternatively be used. When printing the first line, the program checks
whether printing is possible. In the event of a printer failure during printing, a time-out of approximately 3
s is activated for each print line. The printout format cannot be edited using 'Nice Label Express'. The
printout reflects the status of the data at the time the printout was generated.
Configuration
Inputs
Outputs
Modbus master
Limits
Parameters
Print layout
Preset tare
Dialogs
Predefined texts
All WPs
Single WP
PIN
Print
Press [Print] or
to print the configuration data.
Configuration
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Slot 1
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Slot 2
Slot 3
Digital inputs
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0
0
0
0
0
No inputs
No inputs
1
2
3
4
5
6
Outputs
Slot 1
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
Output 5
Output 6
Output 7
Output 8
Output 9
Output 10
Output 11
Output 12
Slot 2
Slot 3
Data source
Limits
WP A Limit
WP A Limit
WP A Limit
WP A Limit
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2
2
Digital outputs
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85
86
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No outputs
Analog output
SPM %MW 16
On
Off
On
Off
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
kg
kg
kg
kg
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WP
WP
WP
WP
WP
WP
WP
WP
WP
WP
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
C
D
D
D
D
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
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2
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Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
Parameters
Terminal name
Ext. Alibi memory
Printer
Report copies
Sequence number
Date format
Combics Pro
None
Standard RS-232
1
77
YYYY.MM.DD
Print
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Blank line
Terminal name
Sequence number
Date
Time
Gross
Net
Tare
Blank line
layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Preset tare
Dialogs
Predefined texts
All WPs
Show all WPs
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Single WP
Size
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Line 4
PIN
Use PIN
disabled
Gross
Net
Tare
5
Limit 1
Limit 2
Blank line
Blank line
disabled
4.4
Closing the Configuration Menu
Press
; you are prompted to confirm before the configuration menu is closed:
Save configuration ?
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Press [Yes] to save the parameters in the EAROM,
or [No] to close the configuration without saving.
Press [Contin] to leave the configuration menu open.
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Basic Program
The following softkeys are provided for the Basic application:
[Start], [Config] and [Test].
Start
5.1
Config
Test
Scale Test
The test can be executed only for the built-in weight amplifier [WP A/B]; other scales will generate error
messages.
If you press [Test] to activate the analog test, the load cell measurement signal is disconnected. Execution
of the scale test is useful only if the test value was calculated during calibration of the scale.
Which value is displayed depends on the setting under [Setup]-[Weighing points]-[Weighing point A/B][Internal A/B]-[Calib.]-[Param.]-[Test mode]:
- [Absolute]: The current test value is displayed (e.g. 5000)
- [Relative]: The difference between the current value and the initially saved test value is displayed (e.g.
0000).
End of analog test
The test value is displayed until you press [OK]. Then the box is
closed and the weight value is shown again.
OK
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Scale Operation and Display
5.2.1
Bar Graph
A bar graph scaled to the Max. display value is shown above the weight display.
5.2.2
All WPs
Press [Start]; the scales with the contents configured under [Config]-[All WPs] are shown in the ’All WPs’
overview.
All WPs
WP A
WP B
WP C
WP D
Gross
Net
Tare
Gross
Net
Tare
Gross
Net
Tare
Gross
Net
Tare
To change to the ’Single WP’ view, press
5.2.3
357.33 kg
222.56 kg
134.77 kg
1327.8 kg
Not tared
Not tared
13.235 kg
Not tared
Not tared
5.003 kg
Not tared
Not tared
to select the scale and
to confirm it.
Single WP
The number and contents of lines configured under [Config]-[Single WP] in addition to the normal display
for the selected scale are shown in the ’Single WP’ view.
Gross
Net
Tare
1359.50 kg
1127.50 kg
232.00 kg
The size of weight display can be selected under [Config]-[Single WP].
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Basic Program
Terminal Function
The terminal function can be used for remote control of the display over communication. Operator
keystrokes can be read back. To facilitate remote control, texts as well as numeric and weight values can be
edited on the instrument. Only the finished result needs to be read out. All texts can be stored locally in the
instrument as well and recalled using a text number. The terminal function can be aborted with 'Exit' or
termfun = -1 at any time, regardless of whether a dialog is open. A safety prompt is displayed.
5.3.1
Control
Terminal functions are controlled using two variables: "termfun" and "termstat". These variables can be read
and written over DDE/OPC or fieldbus; see chapter 8 and 9.
termfun
0
1…
-1
termstat
0
1, …
-1
-2
-3
Determines the function to be executed (write MD 48 or fieldbus function 121)
No function
Execute function
Abort function, corresponds to
Indicates the execution status (read MD 49 or fieldbus function 121)
Terminal IDLE
Function finished
Terminal busy
General error
Unknown text number (database)
The functions get their input texts for line 1 (the topmost display line) and for line 2 (the bottommost
display line) from the variable dsp1 or dsp2.
If the text number N * 256 is added to the function number (in "termfun"), dsp1 and dsp2 from the table of
predefined texts are used.
The general procedure between communication master (PC or fieldbus master) and communication slave
(instrument) is as follows:
Master
Writes text in variables dsp1 and dsp2
Writes the function number, e.g. 2, in
termfun. Waits until the status variable
termstat > is 0.
Reads termstat = 1,
reads text in dsp2 (entered in input
field)
Writes function 0 in termfun to finish the
dialog.
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Following initialization, the variables termfun
and termstat are 0.
The instrument is ready to start a function.
- No effectSets the status of termstat to -1 (busy).
The predefined function 2 is executed:
Displays the text stored in dsp1 in line 1.
Displays the text stored in dsp2 in line 2, and lets
the operator edit dsp2 in line 2.
The operator presses OK to finish editing.
Writes input in dsp2,
sets termstat to 1 (OK).
Waits until termfun is reset to 0.
As long as termstat is not 0, '...' is displayed.
- No effectSets termstat to 0 (idle) and thus is ready for
the next function.
The 2-line text display is blank.
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Predefined Functions
Apart from the simple terminal functionality, you can enter a value or a text or output messages using
predefined functions locally on the instrument.
This is controlled using the "Function type" parameter on termfun.
Display function
!!!
Text line 1
Text line 2
termfun = 1: text display
Texts in line 1 and line 2 are updated continuously. This involves
copying to line 1 from memory cell dsp1 and to line 2 from
memory cell dsp2. Set termfun = -1 or press 'Exit' to close the
function.
Input function
The text contained in the memory cell dsp1 is shown on the topmost line. With numeric entries, the text
contained in the dsp2 memory cell is displayed as a unit behind the value.
Spaces before the first character and after the last character are discarded.
?
Text line 1
termfun = 2: text input
Text input: dsp2 is shown on line 2 and can be edited by the
operator.
Text line 2
OK
?
Text line 1
termfun = 3: Numeric input; data type: integer
The value of the editint memory cell is shown on line 2 and can
be edited by the operator.
254Text line 2
OK
?
Text line 1
termfun = 4: Numeric input; data type: real (floating point)
The value of the editreal memory cell is displayed on line 2 and
can be edited by the operator.
25.34Text line 2
OK
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termfun = 5, 6, 7, 8: Input of a weight value
The value of the editwgtA memory cell is displayed in the weight
format of "A" in line 2 and can be edited by the operator (as for
editwgtB, edit wgtC, editwgtD).
Text line 1
25.34 kg
OK
Message functions
The text content of the dsp1 memory cell is shown on the topmost line. The softkey inscriptions are
predefined; however, they can be translated using the "Poedit" program. The message function prompts the
operator to respond by pressing a softkey. After pressing a key, the reply is returned by the message
function in termstat :
OK = 1, Exit = 2, Softkey2 = 3, Softkey3 = 4, Softkey4 = 5
?
termfun = 10
Text line 1
OK
?
termfun = 11
Text line 1
OK
Abort
?
termfun = 12
Text line 1
Abort
Repeat
Ignore
?
termfun = 13
Text line 1
Yes
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termfun = 14
Text line 1
Yes
No
Abort
?
termfun = 15
Text line 1
Repeat
Abort
termfun = 16
dsp2 provides the information for the softkeys. dsp2 is 20
characters long.
Softkey 2
Softkey 3
Softkey 4
Characters 1 to 6
Characters 8 to 13
Characters15 to 20
?
Text line 1
Sk2
Sk3
Sk4
Hidden input (* shown in place of characters)
?
Text line 1
********
termfun = 20
Dsp2 is shown on the line 2 and can be edited by the operator.
termfun = 21
The value of the editint memory cell is displayed on line 2 and can
be edited by the operator.
OK
5.3.3
Predefined Functions with Predefined Texts
The texts in dsp1 for line 1 and in dsp2 for line 2 of the predefined functions described in the preceding
chapter must be transmitted via communication. Alternatively, the texts can be stored in the instrument
database and need not be transmitted. The texts in the database have a text number: 1 to 999 for
addressing the two display texts. Only a combination of this number and the function number is sent via
communication.
If the text number N * 256 is added to the function number (in termfun), dsp1 and dsp2 from the
table of predefined texts are used.
Example:
Function type 1 (the texts in lines 1 and 2 are updated continuously) and text 2 (of the predefined texts in
the database)
termfun = function type + text number * 256
termfun = 1 + 2 * 256
termfun = 513
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Alibi Memory
Alibi Memory
Up to 80,000 datasets can be stored in the internal Alibi memory. Each weight value represents one dataset.
This means that three datasets with identical sequence number are stored each time you save the gross, net
and tare weights.
6.1
Activating the Alibi Memory
To enable the Alibi memory, enter the license number pertaining to the instrument under [Setup]-[License
settings].
Setup/License
Board number
Alibi memory
OPC-Server
Batching
Application number
192734308
0
Remove
Add
Press [Add] and enter the 7-digit instrument-specific license number for the Alibi memory.
6.2
Reading the Alibi Memory
6.2.1
Reading Using the Instrument
You can press
-[Browse alibi memory] to view the stored datasets.
Info/Browse alibi memory
Year
2007 ( 2321) Datasets for year
Month
9 ( 217) Datasets for month
Day
5 (
13) Datasets for day
Record
1/13 Current dataset/total datasets
Sequence number
4711
Date
2007-09-05
Time
11:56:45
Net weight
A
<111.33 kg>
+
-
+10
-10
Year, month and day can be selected. The dataset to be displayed can be incremented or decremented using
[+], [-], [+10] and [-10].
The dataset is stored and displayed with sequence number, date, time, scale (A, B, C, D); weight type, value
and unit.
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Reading Using the Browser
If you use the browser, the Alibi memory can be displayed on the PC.
Select [Browse Alibi Memory].
Display on the PC monitor:
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Alibi Memory
Erasing the Alibi Memory
You can erase the Alibi memory if the CAL switch 1 is in the 'open' position.
Access the BIOS menu under -[System functions]-[Shutdown & Call BIOS]:
==== BIOS MENU ====
1 Restart (continue from shutdowm)
2 Coldstart (reset application data)
3 Restore (load application data)
4 Erase (reset to factory settings)
5 Test (systemtests)
6 Flash (enter flash setup)
INFO Show versions
Select [4 Erase].
==== Please select an erase option ====
1 Erase/suspend recovery storage
2 Erase alibi storage
3 Erase WP A
4 Erase WP B
5 Erase configuration
EXIT Return to BIOS Menu
Select [2 Erase alibi storage].
After erasing, the following message appears:
EXIT Return to BIOS Menu
alibi storage erased
Press
and [1 Restart] to return.
6.4 External Alibi Memory
The external Alibi memory can be switched off or assigned to one of the serial interfaces during
configuration. Select the interface under [Config]-[Parameters].
Configuration/Parameters
Terminal name
Combics Pro Basic
Ext. Alibi memory
Slot 2 – RS-232
Printer
Standard RS-232
Report copies
1
Sequence number
123456
Date format
DD.MM.YYYY
Press
to select an item.
After selecting the interface under [Setup]-[Serial port parameters], you can choose the transfer parameters
according to the connected Alibi memory under [Param].
With the exception of the [Date format], the dataset is not configurable and is independent of the internal
Alibi memory. The gross weight is printed. If the instrument is tared, however, the net weight is printed.
Print layout:
30.10.2007 11:06:59 #27
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Printing
How to print the instrument configuration is described in section 4.3.
The printer can be assigned to one of the serial interfaces in the configuration menu. Select the interface
under [Config]-[Parameters].
Configuration/Parameters
Terminal name
Combics Pro Basic
Ext. Alibi memory
None
Printer
Standard RS-232
Report copies
1
Sequence number
123456
Date format
DD.MM.YYYY
Press
to select an item.
After selecting the interface under [Setup]-[Serial port parameters] -[Printer], you can choose the transfer
parameters for the printer under [Param].
To start printing, the application must be started; [Start], [Config], and [Test] are shown.
Printing can be initiated by the following signals:
- Pressing the "Print" key on the front panel of the instrument
- Activating a digital input
- Signal via fieldbus (repofun).
- Signal via DDE/OPC signal (repofun).
If the weight value is not within a permissible range (usually affects only legal-for-trade instruments), no
printout is generated. If the weight value is permissible, the ticket is printed as configured.
The data configured for printing can also be output over DDE/OPC or a fieldbus. Refer to the relevant
sections for additional details.
The ticket layout can be configured using one of two methods.
- Deefine the print layout under [Config]-[Print layout]; see section 4.2.7.
- Create the print layout using the Nice Label Express program; refer to section 7.1.
If a label has been loaded in the instrument, Nice Label Express is used for printing.
7.1
Nice Label Express (NLE)
Reports can be printed directly or using NLE. The name of the NLE file is "WGT.LBL".
The Nice Label Express program is required for creating user-defined reports. All variable data (e.g. weight
values) and invariable texts (e.g., "Sequence number") are transmitted to the report in variables. Thus in
many cases the operator can create language adaptations using TranslatIt for NLE; in this case, Nice Label
Express need not be started. A fixed structure of variables from the application is provided for Nice Label
Express.
Variable for NLE
dates
time
seqnum
wp_id
gross
net
tare
actual
mode
scale
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Type
STR10
STR10
DINT
STR2
WEIGHT
WEIGHT
WEIGHT
WEIGHT
STR20
STR20
Description
Date
Time
Sequence number
Weighing point ’A’, ’B’
Gross weight
Net weight
Tare weight
If tared: net weight; otherwise, gross weight
Text tgross or tnet; corresponds to "actual" (above)
Instrument identification name
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text1
text2
text3
editstr
editint
editreal
editwgt
editwgtA
editwgtB
editwgtC
editwgtD
wp_id
term
num1
num2
num3
term
thead
tseq
tdate
ttime
tgross
tnet
ttare
twp
tmode
ttext1
ttext2
ttext3
tnum1
tnum2
tnum3
tactual
twgt
twgtA
twgtB
twgtC
twgtD
tstr
tint
treal
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STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
DINT
REAL
WEIGHT
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
STR1
STR20
DINT
DINT
DINT
STR20
STR30
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
STR20
Printing
Description
User-definable text via communication or terminal function
User-definable text via communication or terminal function
User-definable text via communication or terminal function
Text to be edited via communication or terminal function
Integer to be edited via communication or terminal function
Floating point number to be edited via communication or terminal function
Weight to be edited via communication or terminal function.
WP A weight to be edited via communication or terminal function
WP B weight to be edited via communication or terminal function
WP C weight to be edited via communication or terminal function
WP D weight to be edited via communication or terminal function.
Scale identifier
Terminal name
User-definable number, to be set via communication
User-definable number, to be set via communication
User-definable number, to be set via communication
Prompt text for terminal name
Header for printout
Prompt text for sequence number
Prompt text for date
Prompt text for time
Prompt text for gross weight
Prompt text for net weight
Prompt text for tare
Prompt text for scale ident
Prompt text for tgross or tnet, depending on "actual"
Prompt text for user-definable text 1
Prompt text for user-definable text 2
Prompt text for user-definable text 3
Prompt text for user-definable number 1
Prompt text for user-definable number 2
Prompt text for user-definable number 3
Prompt text for actual
Prompt text for weight to be edited
Prompt text for WP A weight to be edited
Prompt text for WP B weight to be edited
Prompt text for WP C weight to be edited
Prompt text for WP D weight to be edited
Prompt text for text to be edited
Prompt text for integer to be edited
Prompt text for floating point number to be edited
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Fieldbus
The Combics Pro Basic instrument can be used as a fieldbus slave for Profibus, Interbus-S or DeviceNet if a
fieldbus interface is installed in Slot 4. This enables networking of one or several instruments under a
communication master (e.g. Siemens S7 Profibus). Up to 4 scales may be addressed over the fieldbus
interface. The data on the fieldbus is processed at intervals of 50 ms.
Weight values are mostly shown in REAL format in relation to the selected weight unit. In some cases, they
are displayed as DINT.
8.1
Configuration
Configure the interface under [Setup]-[Fieldbus parameters] in the instrument.
For instance, you can select Profibus-DP under [Fieldbus protocol]. The [I/Os] settings requires selection of
the window size depending on the number of scales connected to the instrument. Select 16 bytes for two
scales.
Setup/Fieldbus
Fieldbus protocol
I/Os
Profibus-DP address
Scale-interface
Profibus-DP
16-byte I/O
1
WP A, B
If scales A and B are configured, the interface works with a 16 (2 x 8) byte write window and a 16 (2 x 8)
byte read window. The windows are assigned to the weighing points. The fieldbus exchanges its data
cyclically with each slave. This means 8 bytes are written and 8 bytes are read during each cycle, even if data
contents are unchanged.
The protocol described here is independent of the selected fieldbus; it is explained as seen from the fieldbus
master.
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8.1.1
Fieldbus
Write Window
In this window, data is transferred from the master to the slave (instrument).
Byte 0
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
The type of this data is written in byte 5.
Byte 4
In direct access, the bits in bytes 6 and 7 are independent Byte 5
of the write value data type.
Byte 6
Byte 7
The first four bytes are used to write a data value.
Write data: MSB
"
"
Write data: LSB
Read data type request
Write data type
Direct control bits
Direct control bits
Procedure for writing a parameter:
1. Wait until write_handshake = 0 in the read window (instrument is ready to receive new data)
2. Write value in byte 0 to 3
3. Write data type in byte 5 (write data type request)
4. Wait until write_handshake = 1 (the Basic controller confirms receipt of data)
Write 0 into byte 5 (write_data_request) -> write_handshake is set to 0.
8.1.2
Read Window
In this window, data is transferred from the slave (instrument) to the master.
The first four bytes are used to read a data value.
The data type is in byte 4 and corresponds to the request
in the write data window.
The status bits in byte 6 and 7 are independent of the
read value data type.
Byte 0
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Read data: MSB
"
"
Read data: LSB
Echo from read data type request
General system bits:
write handshake
power_fail
analog error...
Status bits
Status bits
A procedure for reading status bits and writing direct control bits is not required. The general system bits
and the status bits are always present and need not be requested separately. Direct control bits are available
continuously as well.
Procedure for reading a parameter:
1. Write the type of data/parameters in byte 4 of the write window (e.g. net weight) as a read data type
request.
2. Wait until the fourth byte of the read window echoing the read data type request is equal to the read
data type request of the fourth byte in the write window.
3. Now the value is available in bytes 0 to 3.
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Write Data
All write values are addressed by write data type request. The data typical for the WP is accessible via
different write windows. Data independent of the WP can be accessed via the write window of WP A, B, C or
D.
Value in byte 5
Write data type request
Dec Name
13
24
25
26
27
31
112-121
122 dsp1
123
124
125
126
127 dsp2
128
129
130
131
132 editint
133 editreal
134 editweightA...D
141 repofun
142 text1
143
144
145
146
147 text2
148
149
150
151
152 text3
153
154
155
156
157 num1
158 num2
159 num3
180
181
182
184
190 termfun
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Write data in byte 0 to 3 (parameters)
Reserved, firmware
Limit1_On value [REAL]
Limit1_Off value [REAL]
Limit2_On value [REAL]
Limit2_Off value [REAL]
Fixtare [REAL]
Reserved, firmware
Line 1 for display; [characters 1 to 4]
Line 1 for display; [characters 5 to 8]
Line 1 for display; [characters 9 to 12]
Line 1 for display; [characters 13 to 16]
Line 1 for display; [characters 17 to 20]
Line 2 for display; [characters 1 to 4]
Line 2 for display; [characters 5 to 8]
Line 2 for display; [characters 9...12]
Line 2 for display; [characters 13...16]
Line 2 for display; [characters 17...20]
Dialog: numeric input [INT]
Dialog: numeric input [REAL]
Dialog: weight input in the format of the WP
Report: start printing
Text1; [characters 1 to 4]
Text1; [characters 5 to 8]
Text1; [characters 9 to 12]
Text1; [characters 13 to 16]
Text1; [characters 17 to 20]
Text2; [characters 1 to 4]
Text2; [characters 5 to 8]
Text2; [characters 9 to 12]
Text2; [characters 13 to 16]
Text2; [characters 17 to 20]
Text3; [characters 1 to 4]
Text3; [characters 5 to 8]
Text3; [characters 9 to 12]
Text3; [characters 13 to 16]
Text3; [characters 17 to 20]
Report: user-definable number for printout [DINT]
Report: user-definable number for printout [DINT]
Report: user-definable number for printout [DINT]
Analog output value 1 [DINT] 0 to 20000
Analog output value 2 [DINT] 0 to 20000
Analog output value 3 [DINT] 0 to 20000
Bit 1 to 8 [=1byte] output signals
Dialog: function code
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Direct control bits (write bits for the fieldbus master, own windows for WP A to D):
Byte 6
Byte 7
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Use as
fixtare
Set fixtare
Reset
powerfail
Test off
Test on
Reset tare
Tare
Set zero
The addresses and control bits with gray background are handled by the firmware part of the interface. All
control bits react only to a 0-to-1 change.
To detect a change, the status must remain unchanged over a period of at least 40 ms. Weights from this
range are in READOUT rather than in REAL format.
Use as fixtare
Set fixtare
Reset powerfail
Test off
Test on
Reset tare
Tare
Set zero
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Set the fixtare value with the current weight
Tare the scale using the fixtare value
Reset the ’power-fail’ flag
Deactivate the analog test
Activate the analog test
Reset the scale tare
Set the scale tare
Set the scale to zero
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Read Data
All read values are addressed by read data type request. The typical WP data is accessible via different read
windows. Data independent of the WP can be accessed via the read window of WP A, B, C or D.
Value in byte 4
Read data type request
Dec Name
1
4
5
6
8
9
10
12
13
14
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
44
76
108
122 dsp1
123
124
125
126
127 dsp2
128
129
130
131
132 editint
133 editreal
134 editweightA...D
140
141
142 text1
143
144
145
146
147 text2
148
149
150
151
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Read data in byte 0 to 3 (parameters)
Firmware, Status-Bits
Firmware, Exp (B 0), Unit (B 1), Interv (B 2), Error (B 3)
Firmware, Version (Type, Mainversion, Subversion)
Firmware, Boardnumber
Firmware, Gross Readout [DINT], in unit of the WP
Firmware, Net Readout [DINT], in unit of the WP
Firmware, Tare Readout [DINT], in in unit of the WP
Reserved, firmware
Reserved, firmware
Firmware, Max Readout [DINT], in in unit of the WP
Max [REAL]
Limit_On [REAL]
Limit1_Off value [REAL]
Limit2_On value [REAL]
Limit2_Off value [REAL]
Gross weight without unit, without scaling [REAL]
Net weight without unit, without scaling [REAL], gross if not tared
Tare without unit, without scaling [REAL], 0 if not tared
Fixtare [REAL]
Reserved, firmware
Reserved, firmware
Reserved, firmware
Line 1 for the display; [characters1 to 4]
Line 1 for the display; [characters 5 to 8]
Line 1 for the display; [characters 9 to 12]
Line 1 for the display; [characters 13 to 16]
Line 1 for the display; [characters 17 to 20]
Line 2 for the display; [characters 1 to 4]
Line 2 for the display; [characters 5 to 8]
Line 2 for the display; [characters 9 to 12]
Line 2 for the display; [characters 13 to 16]
Line 2 for the display; [characters 17 to 20]
Dialog: numeric input [INT]
Dialog: numeric input [REAL]
Dialog: weight input in the format of the WP
Reserved, firmware
Report status [DINT]
Text1; [characters 1 to 4]
Text1; [characters 5 to 8]
Text1; [characters 9 to 12]
Text1; [characters 13 to 16]
Text1; [characters 17 to 20]
Text2; [characters 1 to 4]
Text2; [characters 5 to 8]
Text2; [characters 9 to 12]
Text2; [characters 13 to 16]
Text2; [characters 17 to 20]
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Read data type request
Dec Name
152 text3
153
154
155
156
157 num1
158 num2
159 num3
160
161
162
163
164
165
172
180
181
182
183
184
190
204
236
Fieldbus
Read data in byte 0 to 3 (parameters)
Text3; [characters 1 to 4]
Text3; [characters 5 to 8]
Text3; [characters 9 to 12]
Text3; [characters 13 to 16]
Text3; [characters 17 to 20]
Report: user-definable number for printout [DINT]
Report: user-definable number for printout [DINT]
Report: user-definable number for printout [DINT]
Alibi sequence number [DINT]
Alibi date [DINT]
Alibi time [DINT]
Alibi weight [REAL]
Alibi weight type (O: gross, 1: net)
Alibi scale ( 1 to 4)
Reserved, firmware
Analog input 1 Slot 1 [DINT] 0 to 3000
Analog input 2 Slot 1 [DINT] 0 to 3000
Analog input 3 Slot 1 [DINT] 0 to 3000
Analog input 4 Slot 1 [DINT] 0 to 3000
Input signals, slots 1, 2 and 3 (3 x 8 bits)
Terminal status [DINT]
Reserved, firmware
Reserved, firmware
Direct control bits (read bits for the fieldbus master, own window for WP A to D):
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Bit 7
Bit 6
CMD
active
CMD
busy
out-ofcalibration
power fail
CMD
Error
stability
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
within zero zero within below zero
set range
1/4d
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
limit 1
limit 2
tare active
Calibration
Test
above Max
+ overload
above Max
error
number in
gross
The addresses and control bits shown with gray background are handled by the firmware part of the
interface.
write handshake
power fail
tare active
limit 1 / 2
stability
within zero set range
zero within 1/4d
below zero
above Max + overload
above Max
error number in gross
CMD busy
CMD Error
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instrument had a voltage sag (signal must be reset to delete it)
scale is tared
signals for limit 1/2
scale is stabilized
scale is within the zero set range
scale is within +/- 1/4 d of zero
scale is below zero
scale load exceeds Max + overload
scale is above Max with permissible overload
scale is in error state; an error number instead of the gross weight is displayed
write command in progress (e.g. im motion)
write command has been aborted
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SPM
The user-accessible memory is termed "scratch-pad memory (SPM) for definition of fixed addresses."
Internal data is saved in the SPM.
The SPM is located at the base address 0000. Some of the SPM addresses are used for predefined data,
others are used for predefined ranges. The remaining addresses can be utilized for user data; note that the
MB (byte) 1536 to 2366 range is used already for the application program.
Allocation (summary):
System
BOOL
Name
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Function
TRUE
Program start active
Hold sl. 1 output value
Hold sl. 2 output value
Hold sl. 3 output value
Prog. remains in Start/Term.
Printing is started
Communication error
inStart
protect1
print
ModbusError
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Free
Scale flags
Scale control
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Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
BOOL
16 to 63
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
BOOL
WP A
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
BOOL
WP B
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
BOOL
WP C
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
BOOL
WP D
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
Function
Weight is valid
WP not ready
1/4 d
Stability
Tared
Limit 1
Limit 2
BOOL
WP A
128
129
130
131
BOOL
WP B
136
137
138
139
BOOL
WP C
144
145
146
147
BOOL
WP D
152
153
154
155
Function
Set zero
Tare
Reset tare
Tare with tare input
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Analog inputs
WORD
Input 1
10
WORD
Input 2
11
WORD
Input 3
12
Analog output
WORD
Slot 1
14
WORD
Slot 2
15
WORD
Slot 3
16
DWORD
Slot 1
9
DWORD
Slot 1
12
DWORD
Slot 1
15
DWORD
Slot 2
10
DWORD
Slot 2
13
DWORD
Slot 2
16
DWORD
Slot 3
11
DWORD
Slot 3
14
DWORD
Slot 3
17
Modbus
WORD
Module 1
38
WORD
Module 5
42
WORD
Module 1
46
WORD
Module 5
WORD
Module 2
39
WORD
Module 6
43
WORD
Module 2
47
WORD
Module 6
Digital outputs
50, 51, 52
53, 54, 55
WORD
Module 3
40
WORD
Module 7
44
WORD
Module 3
48
WORD
Module 7
56, 57, 58,
59
BCD output
Digital input
Digital output
Modbus
Digital inputs
Modbus
Digital inputs
Modbus
Digital outputs
Type
Variable
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
SINT
SINT
SINT
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
OK
W&M
UserLiq
Print
Filler
Dim
Expo
Limit1on
Limit1off
Limit2on
Limit2off
FixTare
FSD
Min
Gross
Net
Tare
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Input 4
13
Function
First card found
Function
Outputs of the 3 slots
Function
Outputs of the 3 slots
Function
Inputs of the 3 slots
Function
Outputs of the 3 slots
WORD
Module 4
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WORD
Module 8
45
WORD
Module 4
49
WORD
Module 8
60, 61, 62,
63
Function
Inputs
Function
Inputs
Function
Outputs
Function
Outputs
SPM address
WP A
WP B
WP B
WP B
MX 16384 17024 17664 18304
MX 16385 17025 17665 18305
MX 16386 17026 17666 18306
MX 16387 17027 17667 18307
MB
2049
2129
2209
2289
MB
2050
2130
2210
2290
MB
2051
2131
2211
2291
MR
513
533
553
573
MR
514
534
554
574
MR
515
535
555
575
MR
516
536
556
576
MR
517
537
557
577
MR
518
538
558
578
MR
519
539
559
579
MR
520
540
560
580
MR
521
541
561
581
MR
522
542
562
582
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Type
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
REAL
DINT
DINT
USINT
USINT
BOOL
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DSP1.Part1
DSP1.Part2
DSP1.Part3
DSP1.Part4
DSP1.Part5
DSP2.Part1
DSP2.Part2
DSP2.Part3
DSP2.Part4
DSP2.Part5
Text1.Part1
Text1.Part2
Text1.Part3
Text1.Part4
Text1.Part5
Text2.Part1
Text2.Part2
Text2.Part3
Text2.Part4
Text2.Part5
Text3.Part1
Text3.Part2
Text3.Part3
Text3.Part4
Text3.Part5
terfun
termstat
Num_1
Num_2
Num_3
editint
repofun
repostat
Seq_Alibi
editreal
editwgtA
editwgtB
editwgtC
editwgtD
Wgt_Alibi
Date_Alibi
Time_Alibi
WP_Alibi
Typ_Alibi
Tared_Alibi
SPM address
MD
384
MD
385
MD
386
MD
387
MD
388
MD
389
MD
390
MD
391
MD
392
MD
393
MD
394
MD
395
MD
396
MD
397
MD
398
MD
399
MD
400
MD
401
MD
402
MD
403
MD
404
MD
405
MD
406
MD
407
MD
408
MD
409
MD
410
MD
411
MD
412
MD
413
MD
414
MD
415
MD
416
MD
417
MR
418
MR
419
MR
420
MR
421
MR
422
MR
423
MD
424
MD
425
MB 1704
MB 1705
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Index
Index
A
N
Adapting the analog output....................................... 20
All WPs ......................................................................... 32
Analog input ................................................................ 18
Analog input/output ................................................... 11
Analog output.............................................................. 19
Navigation keys ........................................................... 10
Nice Label Express....................................................... 40
O
Bar graph...................................................................... 32
BCD output ............................................................11, 17
Operation........................................................................ 7
Optocoupler inputs ..................................................... 11
Optocoupler outputs................................................... 11
Outputs......................................................................... 16
Overview ......................................................................... 5
C
P
Configuration............................................................... 42
Configuration data ...................................................... 29
Parameters..............................................................24, 25
PIN ................................................................................ 28
Predefined functions................................................... 34
Preset tare ................................................................7, 26
Profibus-DP.................................................................. 11
B
D
DeviceNet ..................................................................... 11
Digital inputs ............................................................... 15
Digital interface ........................................................... 11
Digital outputs............................................................. 16
E
EAROM ......................................................................... 12
Ethernet........................................................................ 11
External Alibi memory................................................. 39
F
Fieldbus ........................................................................ 42
G
Getting started............................................................. 14
I
Index ............................................................................. 51
Inputs............................................................................ 15
Interbus-S..................................................................... 11
L
R
Read data ..................................................................... 46
Reset tare...................................................................... 45
S
Scale
Display...................................................................... 32
Scale test ...................................................................... 31
Serial interface ............................................................. 11
Setup menu.................................................................. 12
Single WP ..................................................................... 32
Slot 1, 2, 3 ................................................................... 11
Slot 4 ............................................................................ 11
Slot A, B ....................................................................... 11
Softkeys ............................................................. 7, 10, 36
SPM............................................................................... 48
Start menu ................................................................... 31
T
Tare............................................................................... 45
Terminal function........................................................ 33
Limits ............................................................................ 23
W
M
Weighing electronics ................................................... 11
Write data..................................................................... 44
Menu structure ............................................................ 12
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Sartorius Mechatronics T&H GmbH
Meiendorfer Straße 205
22145 Hamburg, Germany
Tel +49.40.67960.303
Fax: +49.40.67960.383
www.sartorius.com
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