5.4 Formula weighing

5.4 Formula weighing
5.4 Formula weighing
Requirement
The function key must be assigned to FORMUL in the master mode.
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Formula weighing
• Tare empty container.
• Add first component.
• Press the function key briefly.
The weight is stored. If the component
weight is too low, NO appears in the
display.
• Add second component, press the function key briefly, etc.
0.000 kg
1.550 kg
T
0.000 kg
Displaying total weight and number
The function key can be used to switch the
display between:
– the normal display
– the display of the total weight
(preceded by: "✳")
– the display of the number
(preceded by: "n = "; max. "n = 9999")
0.000 kg
F
*
4.050 kg
F
N = 2
F
• Press and hold the function key until the
2nd beep. Repeat until the desired display appears.
F
Printing total weight and number
• Press and hold the function key until the
3rd beep.
Storing total weight and number
temporarily
• Press the enter key.
Aborting formula weighing
= clearing total weight and number
• Press and hold the clear key.
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5.1.3 Plus/minus weighing: Checking
"Checking" is suitable for testing whether the actual weight lies within preset tolerances. For
this, the function key must be assigned in the master mode to the CHECK application under
PLUSMIN.
Entering target/tolerance values
Notes
• Tolerances must be entered as a difference to the target value (example, see section 5.1.2).
• The following must always hold for the inputted values: target value < maximum load,
target value + tol(+) ≤ maximum load, tol (–) < target value and zero limit < tol(–).
• Weighed tolerances are taken over as absolute values, the tolerance as a difference is
calculated internally (example, see section 5.1.2).
0.080 kg
• Press the function key.
• When the target value marker flashes,
enter target value or accept weighed
value, confirm with the enter key.
• When the upper tolerance marker
flashes, enter upper tolerance or accept
weighed value, confirm with the enter
key.
• Enter lower tolerance in an analogous
manner.
F
1.000 kg
0.100 kg
0.200 kg
Checking
Depending on the selected setting, the digital display shows the actual weight, the difference
to the target weight or the actual weight in % of the target weight.
• For checking, add weighing sample.
Meaning of the LED analog display;
red LEDs
weight larger than start value, but below the tolerance
all green LEDs
weight within tolerance
2 green LEDs
target weight reached exactly
yellow LEDs
weight above tolerance
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5.1.4 Plus/minus weighing: Classifying
"Classifying" is suitable for sorting the weighing sample into 3 weight classes. For this, the
function key must be assigned in the master mode to the CLASS application under PLUSMIN.
The 3 weight classes are defined by the values zero limit, limit 1 and limit 2:
• Class 1: zero limit ≤ weight < limit 1
• Class 2: limit 1 ≤ weight < limit 2
• Class 3: limit 2 ≤ weight
5.3 Counting
Requirement
The function key has been assigned to COUNT in the master mode.
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Counting-in (counting-out) with standard
reference piece number (10 pieces)
• Tare empty (full) container.
• Add (remove) reference parts: Add (remove) 10 parts.
• Press the function key until the second
beep.
• Add (remove) desired number.
In counting-out, the piece number is
shown with a negative sign.
0.000 kg
10 pieces
Setting classes
F
Note
• The following must hold for the inputted values:
Zero limit < limit 1 < limit 2 < maximum load.
10 Pcs
250 Pcs
• Press the function key.
• When the lower tolerance marker
flashes, enter limit 1 or accept weighed
value, confirm with the enter key.
• Enter limit 2 at upper tolerance marker in
an analogous manner.
F
0.080 kg
-------
1.000 kg
0.100 kg
If ADD appears in the display after the function key has been pressed:
Either
• for improved weighing accuracy, increase reference parts by the displayed
number and press the function key again.
Or
• press the function key again directly.
Classifying
The digital display shows actual weight and class.
• Add weighing sample for classifying.
Meaning of the LED analog display:
red LEDs
Class 1
green LEDs Class 2
yellow LEDs Class 3
T
Counting with variable reference piece
number
1-999 pieces can be set as a reference
piece number (default setting is 10 pieces).
• Tare empty container.
• Add desired number of reference parts.
• Press and hold function key until REF
appears in the display.
• Enter reference piece number and confirm with the enter key.
0.000 kg
Reference parts
F
5.2 Gross recall
0
9
Ref
Pcs
Ref
15Pcs
Requirements
Function key has been assigned to GROSS in the master mode and a tare value is stored.
• Press and hold the function key.
The gross weight is displayed. On release
of the key, the net weight appears again.
6.500 kg
Net
F
F
75Pcs
Switching piece number/weight
• Press the function key briefly.
5.000 kg
Aborting counting
• Press and hold the clear key.
The piece number is cleared.
C
7.250 kg
Gross
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5.6 Unit switching
When the scale is switched on, the 1st weight unit always appears.
Weight values in the 2nd unit are shown with the symbol ∆.
Possible units are kg, g, lb, oz, ozt, dwt.
5.1.1 Loading and recalling fixed value memories
There are 25 fixed value memories which can be employed for values in frequent use: for
target values in weighing-in and checking, for class limit values in classifying.
Note: Switching to a different application clears the fixed value memories.
Requirements
The function key is assigned to UNIT in the master mode.
Several weight units may be admissible, depending on the certification regulations of your
country.
1.500 kg
F
1. unit
Loading fixed value memories
• Press function key until NR is displayed.
0.000 kg
Switching unit
• Press the function key briefly.
3.305 lb
2. unit
Entry for each fixed value memory (confirm
entry each time with the enter key):
- Memory No. (1...25). If the memory is
already occupied, the target weight is
displayed with the symbol ✳. Activate the
enter key for loading the fixed value
memory or return to the number entry
with the tare key.
F
MR
0
kg
Enter fixed value
memory No.
F
g
T
lb
10.000 kg
Selecting the 2nd unit
• Press and hold the function key until
the 2nd beep. The display switches to
"2. UNIT".
• Press the tare key repeatedly until the
display shows the desired second unit
and confirm with the enter key.
T
kg
- Target weight in weighing-in and checking.
Limit 1 in classifying.
Enter target weight
0.200 kg
- Upper tolerance in weighing-in and
checking.
Limit 2 in classifying.
Enter upper tolerance
5.7 Dynamic weighing
In dynamic weighing the weight is shown with the ✳ symbol.
As long as a dynamic result is displayed, only the clear and the function keys are active. The
determined results are automatically totalized.
- Lower tolerance in weighing-in and
checking.
0.200 kg
Enter lower tolerance
Requirement
The function key is assigned to DYNAMIC in the master mode.
- Start point in weighing-in.
In checking and classifying, the value
entered in the master mode as zero limit
will be used.
0.200 kg
Enter start point
T
Dynamic weighing
• Tare empty container.
• Place unstable weighing sample in container and press the function key briefly.
• Read off result.
• Place next weighing sample in the container and press the function key, etc.
0.000 kg
F
dyMaMic
*
8.000 kg
On start of the next weighing cycle with a
new container:
• Clear the display with the clear key.
• Retare.
Recalling fixed value memories
Only occupied fixed value memories can be
recalled, if the memories are not occupied
NO is displayed.
• Press and hold the function key until
the 2nd beep. The display switches to
"- - - - -".
• Enter number of the fixed value memory.
The target value is displayed with the
symbol ✳.
• Activate fixed value memory with the enter key or return to the number entry.
F
0.080 kg
MR
0
Enter No.
T
10.000 kg
T
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5.1.2 Plus/minus weighing: Weighing-in
"Weighing-in" is suitable for filling to a preset target weight. For this, the function key must be
assigned in the master mode to the WEIGHIN application under PLUSMIN.
5.5 Totalization
Requirement
The function key must be assigned to TOTAL in the master mode.
Entering target/tolerance values
Notes
• Tolerances must be entered as a difference to the target value.
Example: Target value = 10.000 kg, Tol (+) = 0.100 kg, Tol (– = 0.050 kg.
• For tolerances taken over from a reference weight, the difference to the target value is
calculated internally.
Example: Target value = 10.000 kg, Tol (+) = 10.100 kg, Tol (–) = 9.050 kg.
• The following must always hold for the target value, the upper and lower tolerance (tol(+)
and tol(–)) and the scale start value: target value < maximum load, target value + tol(+)
≤ maximum load, tol(–) < target value and scale start value < tol(–).
0.080 kg
• Press the function key.
• When the target value marker flashes,
enter target value or accept weighed
value, confirm with the enter key.
• When the upper tolerance marker
flashes, enter upper tolerance or accept
weighed value, confirm with the enter
key.
• Enter lower tolerance in an analogous
manner.
• When the first red LED flashes, enter start
value of the LED analog display or accept
weighed value, confirm with the enter
key.
F
1.000 kg
0.100 kg
0.200 kg
0.500 kg
T
0.000 kg
F
2.050 kg
Totalization
• Tare container.
Before every weighing with a container
having a different tare weight, retare.
• Load first item and press the function key
briefly.
• Unload weighing platform.
• Load second item and press the function
key briefly, etc.
If an attempt is made to total the same
item again, NO appears in the display.
-0.200 kg
Displaying total weight and number
The function key can be used to switch the
display between:
– the normal display
– the display of the total weight
(preceded by: "✳")
– the display of the number
(preceded by: "n = "; max. "n = 9999")
0.000 kg
F
*
4.050 kg
F
N = 2
• Press and hold the function key until the
2nd beep. Repeat until the desired display appears.
F
Printing total weight and number
• Press and hold the function key until the
3rd beep.
F
Weighing-in
Depending on the selected setting, the digital display shows the actual weight, the difference
to the target weight or the actual weight in % of the target weight.
• For weighing-in, add weighing sample.
Meaning of the LED analog display:
red LEDs
weight larger than start value, but below the tolerance
all green LEDs
weight within tolerance
2 green LEDs
target weight reached exactly
yellow LEDs
weight above tolerance
The 3 additional LEDs mark the lower tolerance, target value and upper tolerance.
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Storing total weight and number
temporarily
• Press the enter key.
C
Aborting totalization
= clearing total weight and number
• Press and hold the clear key.
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6.
Master mode – Overview of the master mode blocks
In the factory, the values of the scale parameters are preset to those in most frequent use
(default configuration). You can match the scale in the master mode to your application
conditions and end uses (see installation information)
F-KEY
Assignment of the function key
The function key can be assigned one of the following functions:
Plus/minus weighing, gross recall, piece counting, formula weighing,
totalization, unit switching, dynamic weighing and control mode.
LED
Selecting type of analog display
LANGUAG
Selecting the dialog language
DATE
Entry of date and time and specification of the notation
PRINTER
Configuring the printer (see operating instructions of the printer).
This block appears only if a serial interface is fitted.
I-FACE
Configuring the interfaces (see interface descriptions).
This block appears only if a serial interface is fitted.
RESET
Resetting to default setting
PROCESS
Matching the scale to the weighing sample
VIBRAT
Matching the scale to the local conditions
STABLE
Matching the stability detector
AUTZERO
On/off switching of the autozero function
RESTART
On/off switching of the restart function
PWROFF
On/off switching of the automatic shutdown
INFO
Display of the program number
CONTROL
END
Testing the scale
Exiting the master mode
4.6 Testing the scale
▲ When testing the scale, avoid ambient conditions (vibrations, drafts) which could cause
disturbance.
▲ In legal applications, the identification code shown in the display must match the code on
the ident (identification) card.
• Unload weighing platform.
• Press the test key until "Code = " appears in the display.
0
coDe=
0
che cal
If a calibration error (CAL ERR) is displayed
in the internal test, repeat test. If the error
message reappears, inform customer service.
Internal test O.K.:
• All segments light up briefly, the scale
then returns to the weighing mode.
8,8,8,8,8,8,8 kg
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5.
Applications
Displaying total weight and number
The function key can be used to switch the
display between:
– the normal display
– the display of the total weight
(preceded by: "✳")
– the display of the number
(preceded by: "n = "; max. "n = 9999")
0.000 kg
F
5.1 Plus/minus weighing
In plus/minus weighing, three different applications can be selected in the master mode.
Target values or class limit values in frequent use can be stored in the fixed value memories.
*
4.050 kg
F
Weighing-in
Filling to a preset target weight.
Digital display shows either
- actual weight,
- difference to target weight or
- actual weight in % of target weight.
8.350 kg
-1.650 kg
83,5 %
N = 2
• Press and hold the function key until the
2nd beep. Repeat until the desired display appears.
F
Printing total weight and number
• Press and hold the function key until the
3rd beep.
F
LED analog display shows either
- luminescent band or
- luminescent dot.
9.940 kg
Checking
Testing whether the actual weight lies within
preset tolerances of the target weight.
Digital display shows either
- actual weight,
- difference to target weight or
- actual weight in % of target weight.
LED analog display shows
- too little, good, too much.
10.000 kg
10.110 kg
Classifying
Test objects are sorted into 3 weight classes.
Digital display shows
- actual weight with class No.
LED analog display shows
- class 1/class 2/class 3.
7.850 kg
10.040 kg
12.345 kg
Storing total weight and number
temporarily
• Press the enter key.
Aborting dynamic weighing
= clearing total weight and number
• Press and hold the clear key.
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5.8 Display with enhanced readability
The weight display can be switched to enhanced readability with the function key.
Requirement
The function key must be assigned to CONTROL in the master mode.
Note
With enhanced readability, no weight unit is displayed.
Accepting or entering values
All values can be taken over from a reference weight or entered by the numeric keypad.
Accept weighed values of a reference weight: Use the tare entry key to move the cursor to the
extreme right until the weight unit flashes. Load weight.
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Application block
No.* Contents
002 Current program number
003 <STX>
004 <ETX>
006 <CR><LF>
007 Gross (2nd unit)
008 Net (2nd unit)
009 Tare (2nd unit)
010 Weighing platform number
011 Gross (1st unit)
012 Net (1st unit)
013 • Tare (1st unit)
014 Display contents
016 • Dynamic result (1st unit)
017
018
019
Piece number
Difference
Percent
Comments
For printer configuration
Only in work with 2 weight units
Writing to application block 016 starts the
weighing cycle
In counting
In plus/minus weighing
In plus/minus weighing (only with weighing-in
and checking)
Current values
In plus/minus weighing
In checking and classifying
020 • Target value – upper tolerance
– lower tolerance – start point
021 • Zero limit
022 Component/item weight
023 Total weight
In formula weighing and totalization
024 Component/item counter
025 Tare container
In formula weighing
026 • For each memory:
25 fixed value memories
...
target value – upper tolerance
...
– lower tolerance – start point
050
051 • Date and time
052 • Date
053 • Time
054 • Code key A: Designation and identification
055 • Code key B: Designation and identification
056 • Output buffer of the I/O port
Only if interface 303 attached
057 Input buffer of the I/O port
*
4.4 Designations and identifications
Memories for weighing data are assigned to the code keys A and B. Each memory has a
name (the designation) and a content (the identification) which can be accessed with the
key.
For instance, pressing the A key can recall "Article 272-54" from the memory (designation is
"Article", identification "272-54").
An identification comprises max. 18 characters. Possible characters are numbers and
special characters (decimal point, dash or space).
• To switch between decimal point, dash and space as a special character, press and hold
the decimal point key until the 2nd or 3rd beep.
The setting changes cyclically. The selected setting of the special character applies until
the next change.
Possible designations are: Article (preset designation for key A), Order (preset designation
for key B), Code, Formula, Ident, Number, Comp. (and a freely selectable designation if a
serial interface is attached).
Entering identification
• Press code key A (B).
• Enter identification via the numeric keypad or decimal point key and confirm
with the enter key.
A
9
0
Changing identification:
• Press code key A (B). The display shows
the last 5 positions.
• Move the cursor to the left/right using the
tare/tare entry key and overwrite the desired position.
A
T
Selecting designation
• Press and hold code key A (B) until the
first designation appears in the display.
• Select the desired designation by pressing the tare key repeatedly and then confirm with the enter key.
article
order
Writable blocks are marked by •.
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4.5 Weighing
7.
~
Weighing
• Load weighing sample and wait for stability.
• Read off weight.
5.888 kg
5.900 kg
T
Weighing-in
• Tare empty container.
• Add desired amount.
• Tare.
• Add additional quantity, tare, etc.
0.000 kg
13.200 kg
T
0.000 kg
Application blocks
With the ID3 weighing terminal, an information memory is called an application block. The
application blocks are used for the storage of
• character strings, which are entered using the keypad,
• weighing data,
• calculated quantities.
Writing to and reading application blocks
If a serial interface is installed,
• the application blocks marked in the table overleaf can be written to via the data interface,
• all application blocks can be read via the data interface.
Command formats for reading and writing via the data interface
• Reading
T
Subtractive weighing (weighing-out)
• Tare full container.
• Remove desired amount.
• Tare.
• Remove a further quantity, tare etc.
0.000 kg
-1.550 kg
T
0.000 kg
0.150
LF
Example: A R
012
CR
Determining net weight
• Load full container.
• Press tare entry key.
• Enter known tare weight and confirm with
the enter key.
The arrows in the display symbol flash
during the entry. With an inadmissible
tare weight, NO appears in the display.
kg
10
LF
After receipt of the AR command: The weighing terminal sends the contents of the specified
application block to the peripheral device.
Format of the transmitted application block: See table "Response formats in reading".
T
9
CR
The number of the application block is specified as
a three-place number with leading zeros.
• Writing
0
A R
A W
_
Information
CR LF
See table "Command formats in writing"
Number of the application block to be written to
Format of the written application block: See table "Command formats in writing".
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No.
Response format
051
European format: {A|B|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|
4.
T|T|/|M|M|/|J|J|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|h|h|:|m|m|:|s|s|ç|¬}
Operation
4.1 On/off switching
USA format: {A|B|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|
M|M|/|T|T|/|J|J|_|_|_|_|_| AP |M|_|h|h|:|m|m|:|s|s|ç|¬}
052
Cautionary note
Check that the line voltage matches the
voltage value shown on the label of the
weighing terminal.
European format: {A|B|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|T|T|/|M|M|/|J|J|ç|¬}
USA format: {A|B|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|M|M|/|T|T|/|J|J|ç|¬}
054
055
057
{A|B|_|designation (18 characters)|_|_| identification (18 characters)|ç|¬}
0.000 kg
{A|B|_|0|0|0|0|x|x|ç|¬}
x=0: no power supplied; x=1: power supplied
Switching off
Press and hold w until the display fades.
Command formats in writing
No.
Command format
013
{A|W|0|1|3|_| val. |_| unit |ç|¬}
val. = 10-digit value (with sign and decimal point), right aligned;
unit = STK or PCS
016
{A|W|0|1|6|_| val. |ç|¬}
val. = 7-digit value
Writing to application block 016 starts the weighing cycle.
020
In weighing-in
{A|W|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|ç|¬}
target value
tol. (+)
tol. (–)
start point
Automatic shutdown
The weighing terminal switches itself off automatically if no weighing has been performed for
10 minutes. The automatic shutdown must be set in the master mode for this.
4.2 Zero setting
Zero setting corrects the weight of minor amounts of contaminants on the load plate. With
severe contamination which can no longer be compensated by zero setting, NO appears in
the display.
Manual zero setting
• Unload weighing platform.
• Press zeroing key briefly.
in checking:
{A|W|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|ç|¬}
target value
tol. (+)
tol. (–)
In classifying:
{A|W|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|ç|¬}
limit 1
limit 2
val. = 10-digit value (with sign and decimal point), right aligned;
unit = STK or PCS
021
Switching on
• Unload weighing platform.
• Attach weighing platform to power supply.
• Press any key and wait until "0.000 kg"
appears in the display.
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0
0.000
0
autzero
T
autzero
ON
kg
Switching automatic zero setting on/off
Automatic zero setting (AUTZERO) can be
switched off only with noncertified scales.
With certified scales, it is always switched
on.
• Press and hold zeroing key until
AUTZERO appears in the display.
• Switch on/off with the tare key and confirm with the enter key.
autzero
OFF
see 013
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4.3 Taring
Response formats in reading
The weighing platform stores only one tare value. If a tare value is stored, it is displayed with
a negative sign when the weighing platform is unloaded.
No.
Response format
002
{A|B|_|I|T|3|s|-|0|-|0|-|0|1|0|0|ç|¬}
Manual taring
• Load empty container.
• Press tare key.
007
008
009
{A|B|_|val.|_|unit|ç|¬}
val. = 10-digit value (with sign and decimal point), right aligned;
unit = unit, 3 characters, left aligned
Clearing stored tare value:
• Unload weighing platform.
• Press tare key.
010
{A|B|_|n2|ç|¬}
n2 = 2 places
T
auttara
0.000 kg
T
auttara
T
auttara
ON
Switching automatic taring on/off
Preset: Automatic taring off. If the automatic
taring is switched on, "Manual taring" and
"Preset tare" are not possible.
• Press and hold the tare key until AUTTARA
appears in the display.
• Switch on/off with the tare key and confirm with the enter key.
OFF
Clearing automatically stored tare value:
• Unload weighing platform.
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0.150
017
018
019
020
Preset tare
• Press tare entry key.
• Enter known tare weight using the numeric keypad and confirm with the enter
key.
T
0
011
...
014
016
kg
Clearing preset tare value:
Either
• Unload weighing platform.
• Press tare key
or
• enter tare "0".
or
• Press tare entry key.
• Press clear key.
8
see 007
{A|B|_|val.|_|unit|ç|¬}
val. = 10-digit value (with sign and decimal point), right aligned;
unit = STK or PCS
see 007
In weighing-in
{A|B|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|ç|¬}
target value
tol. (+)
tol. (–)
start point
In checking:
{A|B|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|ç|¬}
target value
tol. (+)
tol. (–)
In classifying
{A|B|_|val.|_|unit|_|_|val.|_|unit|ç|¬}
limit 1
limit 2
val. = 10-digit value (with sign and decimal point), right aligned;
unit = STK or PCS
022
023
see 007
024
{A|B|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|number|_|ç|¬}
number = 3-digit, left aligned
025
see 007
026
...
050
see 020
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8.
3.3 Keypad
Appendix
1 Keys for entry of identifications, e.g. article or order No.
2 Keys for the weighing operation
3 Numeric keypad with enter key
8.1 Cleaning
▲ Clean only outside of weighing terminal.
▲ Never use concentrated acids and alkalis, solvents or pure alcohol!
A
B
• Use a damp sponge for cleaning.
Grease spots and obstinate dirt marks can be removed with commercial washing-up
liquid or glass cleaning agents. The best agents are antistatic plastic cleaners and plastic
preserving agents.
0
T
1
Key
Cause
Rectification
Display
blank
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
<----->
<----->
2.040 kg
2.035 kg
Display
unstable
No line voltage
Terminal switched off
Power cable not plugged in
Brief disturbance
Automatic shutdown active
Display switched off in master
mode
Check power supply
Switch on
Plug in
Switch terminal off then on
Press any key
See installation information
Underload owing to
• Load plate not in place
• Preload not loaded
• Weighing range not reached
• Place load plate in position
• Load preload
• Zero
Overload owing to
• Weighing range exceeded
• Weighing platform locked in place
• Unload weighing platform
• Release arrestment
• Unstable location
• Drafts
• Unstable weighing sample
• Contact between load plate or
weighing sample and surroundings.
• Line disturbance
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• Check power supply
2
C
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
3
Auxiliary function
Press and hold key
until 2nd beep
Code keys
A
B
Entry of
identifications
Selection of the
designation
Zeroing key/
test key
0
Manual zero setting
of the scale
Display of
identification code;
check on the
calibration and the
display unit
Tare key
Taring of the scale;
cursor key in entry
of code A, B;
NO in the master mode
T
Tare entry key
• Match vibration adapter
(master mode VIBRAT)
• Avoid drafts
• Use dynamic weighing
operating mode
• Eliminate contact
T
8
Main function
Press key briefly
8.2 What if...?
Display
F
7
T
Press and hold key
until 3rd beep
Switch off terminal
On/off switching of
automatic taring
Select tare entry;
cursor key in entry
of code A, B
Clear key
C
Correction of wrong
entry
Decimal point
Entry of tare and
entry of code A, B;
entry of preset
special characters
for code A or B
Clear active function
(counting, formula
weighing, totalization, dynamic
weighing)
Switch special characters entered with the
decimal point key:
decimal point, dash or space. From
current preset character cyclically
– to the next
– to the next but one
5
Key
Main function
Press key briefly
Auxiliary function
Press and hold key
until 2nd beep
Press and hold key
until 3rd beep
Enter key/
transfer key
Close entry; retain
total; YES in the
master mode;
transfer of data to
the data interface
Select master mode
Function key
Depending on assignment of the function key in the master mode:
No.
Command format
026
...
050
see 020
051
Date and time
European format: {A|W|0|5|1|_|T|T|/|M|M|/|J|J|†|
h|h|:|m|m|:|s|s|ç|¬}
USA format: {A|W|0|5|1|_|M|M|/|T|T|/|J|J|†|
A|M|_|h|h|:|m|m|:|s|s|ç|¬}
The following holds for both formats:
With date: . is possible in place of /.
With time: / or . is possible in place of :.
052
Date: {A|W|0|5|2|_|T|T|/|M|M|/|J|J|ç|¬}
053
Time: {A|W|0|5|3|_|h|h|:|m|m|:|s|s|ç|¬}
054
{A|W|0|5|4|_|designation (max. 18characters) |†|identification (18characters)
F
PLUSMIN
Enter target value,
tolerances and start
point of scale or
limit 1 and limit 2,
or accept weighed
values
Recall fixed target
value memory
Load fixed target
value memory
|ç|¬}
Code A: The command replaces the existing designation.
GROSS
Gross recall
COUNT
Display of weight or
piece number
Reference
determination
FORMUL
Formula weighing
Display of weight,
Print out total and
total or item counter clear; retain total
TOTAL
Totalization
Display of weight,
Print out total and
total or item counter clear; retain total
UNIT
Unit switching
Selection of 2nd unit Gross recall
DYNAMIC
Dynamic weighing
Display of weight,
Print out total and
total or item counter clear; retain total
CONTROL
Weight display with
normal or enhanced
readability
6
Select reference
piece number entry
055
see 054: here for code B instead of code A
056
{A|W|0|5|6|_|0|0|0|0|0|x|x|x|ç|¬}
x=0: no power supplied; x=1: power supplied
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3.2 Display
8.3 Technical data
8.3.1 Main data
Digital display for weight and
piece numbers
Keypad
The display unit comprises 5 display
groups:
High-intensity, fluorescent display, green with integrated unit characters and status symbols for display
of the operating mode, digit height 12.5 mm.
Tactile touch membrane keypad with audio acknowledgment. Symbol inscription. 4 keys for weighing
operation, 2 keys for identification data, numeric keypad for the entry of numeric data, with enter and clear
keys, important keys enlarged.
1
B
NET
G
PT
2
4
Stk
kg Pcs %
e=10d
5a
5b
oztl dwt
8
1
Field for display of the weight statuses
2
7-place digital display
3
Field for display of the weight unit and
special symbols
4
Field for display of the class
5
LED analog display for plus/minus
weighing
5a
Lower tolerance marker
5b
Target value marker
5c
Upper tolerance marker
5c
5
8.3.2 Weighing functions
Taring
3
At a keystroke or automatic, by subtraction up to
maximum capacity.
Preset tare
With single range scales over the entire weighing
range (by subtraction).
With multiple range scales, dependent on national
certification regulations.
Zero set
Automatic or manual.
Gross select
Display of gross weight at a keystroke.
Unit select
Following weight units selectable at a keystroke: kg, g,
lb, oz, ozt, dwt.
Dynamic weighing (animal
weighing)
Selectable: Cycle time (3 settings) and automatic
printout, data transfer and automatic totalization.
Stability detector
4 settings, with movement indicator.
Weighing process adapter
3 settings available to match the scale to the weighing
sample.
Vibration adapter
3 settings available to match the scale to the ambient
conditions.
Test
Test function to display the identification code and for
automatic checking of the measurement accuracy of
the attached weighing platform.
B
NET
G
PT
Display of the weight statuses
Filling to a preset target weight.
Checking
Check whether test object is within preset tolerance.
Classifying
Sorting into 3 classes.
30
Net weight
PT
Tare weight (preset tare)
~
Movement indicator
Lights up when the weighing
platform is still moving.
Sign
Positive values without sign,
negative values with sign.
*
8.3.3 Plus/minus weighing
Weighing in
NET
3
Special mode of the digital display
(e.g. calculated weight in dynamic
weighing)
G
Not in use
B
Not in use
Digital display
The positional marking e = 10 d lights up
with scales certified in accordance with
OIML class II with e = 10 d.
e=10d
Display
Cause
Rectification
Wrong
display
• Wrong zero setting of scale
• Unload, zero and repeat
weighing
• Clear tare or enter correct tare
• Wrong tare value
Display weight unit/piece
Special symbols
▲ Automatic taring in operation; in the
master mode: Function on.
Stk
kg Pcs %
oztl dwt
∆
Display of the weight difference to the
target value in plus/minus weighing.
Display of the weight in the 2nd unit.
code=
MeiM
NeiN
no
In the master mode: Function off.
Classification display
Digit shows the class in classifying.
Eichfähig
8
LED analog display / plus/minus display
This serves as an overview scale for rapid
and simple weighing-in, checking or classifying. It shows what part of the total weighing range is already in use. 2 display
modes are possible:
●●●●●●●●●●●●❍❍❍
luminescent band
❍❍❍❍❍❍❍❍❍❍❍●❍❍❍
luminescent dot
• Eliminate contact
• Test cycle started
• Conclude test by pressing the
test key.
• Zero setting outside zero setting
range
• Taring outside taring range
• Zero setting with underload/
overload
• Recalled fixed target value
memory not occupied in plus/
minus weighing.
• Reference weight too low in
counting
• Weight less than 10 d in
totalization
• Item counter > 9999
• Deflection < 30 d in formula
weighing
• Component negative in formula
weighing
No LED display • LED analog display switched off
Red LEDs do
not light up in
checking and
classifying
4
• Contact between load plate or
weighing sample and surroundings
• Scale at inclined angle
• Zero limit set larger than lower
tolerance limit
29
• Level scale
• Load fixed target value
memory
• Increase reference piece
number
• Increase weight
• Clear total
• Load weight
• Increase component weight
• Switch on LED analog display
(master mode LED)
• Set zero limit to lower value
(master mode)
8.3.8 General data
Housing
All chrome-nickel steel DIN X5 CrNi 1810
Type of protection
Dust- and water-proof (spray water), in compliance
with IP65 (IEC 529)
Power supply
115/230 V~; +10% - 15%; 50/60 Hz
Power cable
With grounding pin plug, length approx. 2.5 m
Power consumption
Approx. 25 VA
Admissible operating temperature
–10 °C to +40°C
Documentation supplied
Operating instructions
1.
Declaration of conformity
You will receive the declaration of conformity on a separate sheet.
8.3.9 Dimensions ID3s
A
B
0
T
F
T
C
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
16
1
19
.5
0
5 35
125
86
297
32
120
1
2.
8.3.4 Counting functions
Cautionary notes
▲ Attachment of the weighing terminal only by the authorized METTLER TOLEDO customer
service or according to the installation information (order No. 506553).
▲ Never operate in hazardous areas.
▲ To avoid accidents, the instrument must be opened only by trained customer service
personnel.
▲ Before putting into operation, check that the power line voltage matches the voltage printed
on the label on the weighing terminal.
3.
The ID3s weighing terminal is part of a modular system. The associated weighing platforms
and the extensive range of optional equipment allow you to match the weighing system
optimally to the needs of your operation.
3.1 Layout of the weighing terminal
1
2
3
4
5
1
A
B
0
7
F
0
Either from standard reference piece number (simple
one-key operation) or from variable reference piece
number (1-999 pieces).
Minimum reference monitoring
Dependent on attached weighing platform.
Start of the counting process
At a keystroke with the possibility to switch to the
current weight.
Display
Keypad
Weighing platform connection
Interface connection (optional)
Power cable
Number of components
Maximum 9999 components
Component total
7 places
8.3.6 Totalization
Number of items
Maximum 9999 items
Item total
7 places
Dynamic result
Automatic totalization
8.3.7 General functions
Identification data
2 keys A and B each with 18-place memory, fail-safe
storage, for numeric data. Each memory can be assigned a fixed designation which is written in the
inscription field next to the corresponding key.
Date and time
For printout or output via the data interface. Quartz
crystal controlled, 12- or 24-hour display, automatic
calendar function, European or USA format, fail-safe
storage.
9
5
1
C
Reference weight determination
8
4
T
Continuously updated display, max. 7 places.
8.3.5 Formula weighing
Overview of instrument
T
Piece number
6
2
3
2
3
4
5
2
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Operating instructions
METTLER TOLEDO MultiRange
ID3s weighing terminal
Mettler-Toledo (Albstadt) GmbH
D-72458 Albstadt
T 0049-7431-14 0
F -14 232
AT Mettler-Toledo Ges.m.b.H.
AU Mettler-Toledo Ltd.
BE N.V. Mettler-Toledo S.A.
CH Mettler-Toledo (Schweiz) AG
CN Mettler-Toledo (Shanghai)Ltd.
CZ Mettler-Toledo spol, s.r.o.
DE Mettler-Toledo GmbH
DK Mettler-Toledo A/S
ES Mettler-Toledo S.A.E.
FR Mettler-Toledo s.a.
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HR Mettler-Toledo d.o.o.
HU Mettler-Toledo Keresked. KFT
IT Mettler-Toledo S.p.A.
JP Mettler-Toledo K.K.
KO Mettler-Toledo (Korea)
MY Mettler-Toledo (M)
NO Mettler-Toledo A/S
NL Mettler-Toledo B.V.
PL Mettler-Toledo Sp.z.o.o.
RC Mettler-Toledo Pac Rim AG
SE Mettler-Toledo AB
SG Mettler-Toledo (S) Pte. Ltd.
SK Mettler-Toledo spol, s.r.o.
SL Mettler-Toledo d.o.o.
TH Mettler-Toledo (Thailand)
UK Mettler-Toledo Ltd.
US Mettler-Toledo Inc.
US Mettler-Toledo Inc.
Other countries: Mettler-Toledo AG
1100 Wien
Victoria 3207
1651 Lot
8606 Greifensee
Shanghai 200233
120 00 Praha 2
35353 Giessen
2600 Glostrup
08038 Barcelona
78220 Viroflay
Kowloon, Hongkong
100 10 Zagreb
1173 Budapest
20026 Novate Milanese
Osaka 540
Seoul 135-080
47301 Petaling Jaya
1008 Oslo 10
4000 HA Tiel
02-929 Warszawa
Taipei
120 08 Stockholm
Singapore 139944
831 03 Bratislava
611 11 Ljubljana
Bangkok 10310
Leicester, LE4 1AW
Worthington, Ohio 43085
Hightstown, NJ 08520
8606 Greifensee
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T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
F
F
F
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Subject to technical changes
0043-1-604 19 80
0061-3-9646 45 51
0032-2-334 02 11
0041-1-944 45 45
0086-21-6485 0435
0042-2-252 755
0049-641-50 70
0045-43 27 08 00
0034-3 223 22 22
0033-1-30 97 17 17
00852-2744 1221
0038-5-166 02 189
0036-1-257 98 89
0039-2-33 33 21
0081-6-949 5917
0082-2-528 1580
0060-3-703 2773
0047-22-30 44 90
0031-344-63 83 63
0048-22-651 92 32
00886-2-579 5955
0046-8-702 50 00
0065-778 67 79
0042-7-5252 170
0038-6-611 236 764
0066-2-719 64 80
0044-116-235 70 70
001-614-438 4511
001-609-448 3000
0041-1-944 22 11
© Mettler-Toledo (Albstadt) GmbH 1997.02
-604 28 80
-9645 39 35
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-944 45 10
-6485 3351
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-507 129
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-223 02 71
-30 97 16 00
-2744 6878
-166 03 009
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-356 2973
-949 5944
-528 1583
-703 8773
-32 70 02
-63 83 90
-42 20 01
-579 5977
-642 45 62
-778 66 39
-5252 173
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-719 64 79
-236 63 99
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-586 5451
-944 31 70
Printed in Germany 506535B
A
B
0
T
7
F
8
4
T
C
0
9
5
1
6
2
3
Contents
1.
Declaration of conformity .............................................................................. 1
2.
Cautionary notes ........................................................................................... 2
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
Overview of instrument ................................................................................. 2
Layout of the weighing terminal ........................................................................ 2
Display ......................................................................................................... 3
Keypad ......................................................................................................... 5
4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Operation...................................................................................................... 7
On/off switching ............................................................................................. 7
Zero setting .................................................................................................... 7
Taring ........................................................................................................... 8
Designations and identifications ....................................................................... 9
Weighing ..................................................................................................... 10
Testing the scale .......................................................................................... 11
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
Applications ................................................................................................ 12
Plus/minus weighing .................................................................................... 12
Gross recall ................................................................................................. 16
Counting ...................................................................................................... 17
Formula weighing ......................................................................................... 18
Totalization .................................................................................................. 19
Unit switching .............................................................................................. 20
Dynamic weighing ........................................................................................ 20
Display with enhanced readability .................................................................. 21
6.
Master mode – Overview of the master mode blocks .................................... 22
7.
Application blocks ....................................................................................... 23
8.
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
Appendix .................................................................................................... 28
Cleaning ...................................................................................................... 28
What if...? ................................................................................................... 28
Technical data ............................................................................................. 30
Optional equipment ...................................................................................... 33
8.4 Optional equipment
Order No.
Strip printer (alphanumeric thermal printer)
GA46
GA46-W
Printer – terminal adapter
505 471
505 799
208 264
Interface 301
Plug-in module for 20 mA current loop connection
506 134
Interface 302
Plug-in module for RS232C interface
506 135
Interface 303
Digital input/outputs
505 714
ID/Net connection cable
• Cable adapter kit
• Data cable 100 m
• Cable extension 10 m
504 133
504 177
504 134
Wall bracket
For mounting the weighing terminal on the wall
• Black, plastic-coated
• All stainless steel
504 129
504 130
Floor stand
For free-standing weighing terminal
• Black, plastic-coated
• All stainless steel
504 131
504 132
Stand base
Makes floor stand mobile
• Black, plastic-coated
• All stainless steel
503 700
503 701
Pillar support (for KB or KC weighing platforms only)
For fastening the weighing terminal to the bench stand
• Black, plastic coated
• All stainless steel
504 127
504 128
Instrument cover
For covering the weighing terminal, set of 3
505 319
33
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