BB-1107 Digital Weighing Indicator

BB-1107 Digital Weighing Indicator
BB-1107
Digital Weighing Indicator
Software Revision C
Setup / Operation Manual
December, 2009
Contents subject to change without notice.
B and B Scales LLC.
5386 Santa Teresita Dr.
Santa Teresa, NM 88008
Sales: (915) 731-2785
Service: (575) 491-3249
E-Mail: sales@bbscales.com
www.bbscales.com
© 2009 B and B Scales LLC.
All Rights Reserved
1107 Digital Indicator
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
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Table of Contents
Introduction to the BB-1107 Digital Indicator ......................................................1
About the BB1107C ..................................................................................................1
Installation...............................................................................................................3
ABS Enclosure ...........................................................................................................3
Connecting the Weigh Platform...................................................................... 3
Connecting to a printer or other device ......................................................... 4
Connecting the Power Supply.......................................................................... 4
Configuration .........................................................................................................6
Configuration Overview ..........................................................................................6
Setup (“F”) Menu ......................................................................................................6
Entering the Setup Menu.................................................................................. 6
Navigating the Setup Menu.............................................................................. 6
Notes on the Setup Menu ................................................................................. 9
Exiting the Setup Menu ............................................................................................9
User (“A”) Menu .......................................................................................................9
Entering the User Menu ................................................................................... 9
Navigating the User Menu .............................................................................. 9
Notes on the User Menu................................................................................ 11
Exiting the User Menu ................................................................................... 11
Setup Menu - Descriptions & Procedures.............................................................12
Setup Menu Descriptions ...................................................................................... 12
Setup Menu Procedures ........................................................................................ 13
Graduation Entry (F1) ................................................................................... 13
User Menu Descriptions & Procedures.................................................................15
User Menu Descriptions ....................................................................................... 15
User Menu Procedures .......................................................................................... 16
LF (Line Feeds) Number Entry (A9)............................................................ 17
Auto Power Off Entry (A10)......................................................................... 17
Time Entry (A17)............................................................................................ 17
Date Entry (A20)............................................................................................. 18
Calibration ............................................................................................................19
Calibration Overview ............................................................................................ 19
Zero Calibration (F16) .......................................................................................... 19
Span Calibration (F17) .......................................................................................... 19
View Calibration Values (F18) ............................................................................. 20
Key-in Zero Calibration Value (F19) .................................................................. 21
Key-in Span Calibration Value (F20) .................................................................. 21
Operation..............................................................................................................22
Display ..................................................................................................................... 22
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) ....................................................................... 22
Keyboard ................................................................................................................. 22
Function Keys ......................................................................................................... 23
General Scale Operation ....................................................................................... 23
Weighing an Item ........................................................................................... 23
Taring an Item................................................................................................. 23
Animal Hold................................................................................................... 24
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Peak Hold......................................................................................................... 24
“Legal for Trade” Sealing .....................................................................................25
ABS Enclosure ........................................................................................................ 25
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Chapter 1: Introduction to the BB-1107 Digital Indicator
1.1 About the BB1107C
The BB-1107 Digital Indicator is a general purpose, industrial grade weight indicator. One
model is currently available, distinguishable by display type, enclosure type and power supply. Table 1-1 shows the BB-1107 product matrix.
This model can readout up to 50,000 display divisions and can supply enough current for
up to 4-350 load cells. All setup parameters may be entered via the front panel keys,
including calibration.
The indicator ships standard with an AC adapter, but it can also be powered with six “C”
cell alkaline batteries (not included). A rechargeable battery option is also available. The
battery charger shipped with these units may also be used as the main power supply.
If your Model BB-1107 Digital Indicator is part of a complete floor scale or has been
installed for you, you may skip to Chapter 7 for operating instructions. Prior to using the
indicator, please read this chapter carefully and completely. Store the manual in a safe and
convenient place so it will be available if you have questions concerning the operation of
the scale.
If you are an installer, the indicator's installation and wiring instructions are found in
Chapter 2. The indicator contains two main setup menus: The Setup (“F”) menu, which
configures the indicator to your weigh platform and the User (“A”) menu, which configures
the serial communication port and enables some user options. Chapter 3 gives an overview
and explains how to use the five front panel keys to maneuver and save settings in both
menus. Chapters 4 and 5 explain the Setup and User Menu options, respectively. Chapter 6
covers system calibration. Prior to installing the indicator, please read this manual carefully
and completely. Store the manual in a safe and convenient place so it will be available if
you have questions concerning the setup and operation of the scale.
Table 1-1: BB-1107 Product Matrix
Model
BB-1107
a.
Display
Type
LCD
Enclosure
Type
ABS
Rechargeable battery is optional for this model.
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Power Source
6 x “C” (UM-2) batteries or
rechargeable 6V batterya
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Figure 1-1BB-1107 Front Panel
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Chapter 2: Installation
2.1 ABS Enclosure
For indicators contained in the standard ABS enclosure, the rear panel contains all
connectors necessary to make the appropriate connections to the weigh platform, printer,
remote display and power supply.
Figure 2-2 ABS Enclosure Rear Panel
2.1.1 Connecting the Weigh Platform
Indicators that are mounted in an ABS enclosure ship with a 15 ft shielded load cell cable
for connection to the weigh platform’s load cell(s) or junction box.
1.
2.
Plug the cable’s 14-pin Centronics-type connector into the load cell port on the
rear panel of the indicator.
Wire the bare wires and shield to the weigh platform’s load cell(s) or junction box
using the color codes shown in Table 2-3 on page 3.
Color
RED
BLK
GRN
WHT
Wire Name
+Excitation
- Excitation
+Signal
- Signal
Figure 2-3 Color Codes for Shielded Load Cell Cable
If you do not wish to use the shielded load cell cable, you may use your own, following the
pin assignments shown in Table 2-3 on page 3. (A 14-pin Male Centronics-type connector
is required).
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Pin Nos.
1/8
3/10
5/12
7/14
Pin Name
+Excitation
- Excitation
+Signal
- Signal
7
5
3
1
14
12
10
8
Figure 2-4 Pin assignments for Load Cell Ports
2.1.2 Connecting to a printer or other device
The BB-1107 Series indicator comes standard with one full duplex RS-232 serial port,
designed for connection to either a PC or a serial printer. The same port may be also used
as a simplex, RS-232 port designed for connection to a remote display.
Table 2-4 on page 4 shows the serial port pinout. Refer to Appendix B for some suggested
cable diagrams. (A 9-pin Male D-type connector is required).
Plug the serial printer, remote display or computer communication cable (not included)
directly into the D-SUB9 (RS-232) serial port connector.
Pin No.
Pin Name
Signal Level
2
3
5
Receive Data
Transmit Data
Signal Ground
RS-232
RS-232
RS-232
5
3
2
Front View
Figure 2-5 Pin assignments for the D-SUB9 serial port connector
2.1.3 Connecting the Power Supply
The standard BB-1107 indicator ships with an AC adapter and a battery holder.
1.
2.
Obtain six (6) alkaline “C” (UM-2) batteries and install them into the battery
compartment located at the rear of the unit. Thumbscrews are provided for
quick access. Be sure to observe the polarity indicated inside the battery holder.
If you do not wish to use batteries, you may use the supplied AC adapter. Simply
plug the AC adapter into the indicator’s DC Power Jack first, and then plug into a
standard wall outlet. Make sure that the AC voltage appearing at the wall outlet
matches the input voltage marked on the AC adapter.
If ordered with the rechargeable battery option, the indicator ships with the battery preinstalled. The supplied battery charger supplied can be used to power the indicator even if
the battery is being charged. For more information on the rechargeable battery, please see
Appendix C.
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Simply plug the battery charger into the indicator’s DC Power Jack first, and then plug into
a standard wall outlet. Make sure that the AC voltage appearing at the wall outlet matches
the input voltage marked on the AC adapter.
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Chapter 3: Configuration
3.2 Configuration Overview
The indicator contains two main setup menus: The Setup (“F”) menu, which configures
the indicator to your weigh platform and the User (“A”) menu, which configures the serial
communication port and enables some user options. The Setup and User menus consist of
several menu selections, each with its own sub-menu of choices.
To set up the indicator, you must first enter the appropriate menu mode. Once there, four of the front
panel keys become directional navigators to move around in the menus, and one key is used to save or
SET the selections.
3.3 Setup (“F”) Menu
3.3.1 Entering the Setup Menu
1. Power off the indicator by pressing and holding the ZERO/OFF key for about six
seconds.
2. On the rear panel move the Programming Mode Switch to the opposite position.
See Chapter 2 for location of the Programming Mode Switch.
To enter programming mode, move the Programming Mode Switch to the
opposite position. Note that the switch is protected by two tamper-rof
screws so that the indicator can be certified for trade.
3.
Power on the indicator. The indicator shows ” F 1” to indicate that you are in
Setup Menu mode.
Note: Access to the Programming Mode Switch is blocked if the indicator has been sealed
for commercial use. For more information, please refer to Chapter 8.
3.3.2 Navigating the Setup Menu
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Use the directional keys shown in Figure 3-1 to move around in the Setup Menu Chart
shown in Figure 3-2 on the following page.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
To move to a new “F” heading, use the TARE (left) or ON/PRINT (right) key to
move right or left in the Setup Menu Chart.
To move to the selection level, press the ZERO/OFF (down) key once. The current saved selection is shown.
To view the available selections for the current “F” heading, use the TARE (left)
or ON/PRINT (right) key to move through the selection field.
To save a new selection, press the Animal Hold (Set) key .To exit without saving,
press the UNITS (up) key to return to the current “F” heading.
Repeat Steps 1 through 4 until the Setup Menu is programmed.
SET
Figure 3-6 Setup Menu Navigation
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F1
Grdations
Press ZERO
To Begin
Sets the number of Full Scale Graduations. Pressing the
ZERO key begins the programmiing sequence.
F3
Zero Band
0d, .5d, 1d,
3d, 5d
Sets the range within which the scale will automatically
zero. Specified in scale divisions.
F4
Zero Range
100%, 1.9%
Sets the range within which it is possible to zero the
scale by pressing the “zero” button.
F5
1d, 3d, 5d,
10d... 50d
Compares the current weight with the previous weight. A
value in excess of the specified divisions is “in motion.”
Motion Band
F6
Digital Filter
Averages weight readings to produce higher stability. The
higher the setting, the greater the stability.
0-8
F7
Overload Lmt 0d, 2%, 1d, 9d
F8
Calib. Unit
F9
Disp Dvsions
F10
Decimal Pt.
F11
Auto Zero
F12
Hold Tolrnce
F16
Zero Cal.
F17
Span Cal.
F18
Cal. View
F19
Key-in Zero
F20
Key-in Span
F21
Fac. Reset
Selects the desired formula that determines when the
indicator shows, “overload.” Based on units in F8.
Selects the primary calibration unit of measurement.
Select “1” for POUNDS or “2” for KILOGRAMS.
1 or 2
Determines desired weight increments.
1, 2 or 5
0, 0.0. 0.00,
0.000, 0.0000, 00
Determines the location of the decimal point.
0 = OFF
100 = ON
Determines if the indicator automatically zeroes when first
turned on. For grain and feed operations, this is typically set to
OFF. For Animal applicaitons, it should be ON.
0 to 100. Default
is 65 for Anmls
Specifies the percentage change in displayed weight
before the indicator releases and reaquires a new weight.
Press ZERO
to Begin
Calibrates the ZERO point on the scale.
Press ZERO
to Begin
Calibrates the scale at specific count intervals.
Press ZERO
to Begin
Allows you to view the current calibration settings.
Press ZERO
to Begin
Allows for manual calibration of Zero point without test
weights. Use with caution or in emergencies only.
Press ZERO
to Begin
Allows for manual calibration of Span calibration without
test weights. Use with caution or in emergencies only.
Call us before
you do this.
This will reset the indicator to factory settings. Factory
settings are different than B & B Scales’ Default settings.
Call us first.
Figure 3-7 Setup Menu Chart
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3.3.3 Notes on the Setup Menu
1.
The F21 sub-menu is for factory use only. Changing these settings may damage the
indicator.
2.
Detailed descriptions of the setup menu parameters can be found in Chapter 4 of this
manual.
The User (“A”) menu sub-menus appear when scrolling left or right from the “F”
menu.
3.
3.4 Exiting the Setup Menu
1.
Power off the indicator.
2.
On the rear panel, move the Setup/Calibration Switch back to its original position.
Power on the indicator. The display will go through a digit check, then settle into
Normal Operating mode. All front panel keys will now return to their normal mode
of operation.
3.
3.5 User (“A”) Menu
3.5.1 Entering the User Menu
1. Enter the Setup (“F”) menu by following the directions in Section 3.2.1 or 3.2.2.
2. Use the right or left directional keys shown in Figure 3-3 to move right or left in
the Setup (“F”) menu until the indicator shows ” A 1”.
3.5.2 Navigating the User Menu
Use the directional keys shown in Table 3-6 on page 7 to navigate the User Menus. The
User Menu options are shown in Table 3-9 on page 10
1. To move to a new “A” heading, use the TARE (left) or ON/PRINT (right) key to
move right or left in the User Menu Chart.
2. To move to the selection level, press the ZERO/OFF (down) key once. The current saved selection is shown.
3. To view the available selections for the current “A” heading, use the TARE (left)
or ON/PRINT (right) key to move through the selection field.
4. To save a new selection, press the ANIMAL HOLD (Set) key .To exit without
saving, press the UNITS (up) key to return to the current “A” heading.
5. Repeat Steps 2 through 5 until the User Menu is programmed.
SET
Figure 3-8 User Menu Navigation
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A1
Baud Rate
1200, 2400,
4800, 9600,
19200
Selects the baud rate for data transmission through the
serial port.
A2
Data Bits
8n, 7O, 7E, 7n
Selects the number of data bits and parity of serial
transmission. See Table for more information.
A3
Serial Mode
C, D
Selects how data is sent to the Serial Port; C = Continuous
(e.g., remote display), D= Demand (e.g. printer).
A4
Disp. Check
Press ZERO
to Begin
Illuminates all digit segments on the display for testing
purposes.
A5
0, 1
Disables the Units Key so that the operator cannot
accidentally switch between Kg. and Lbs. “0” = disabled.
0, 1
Selects the RS-232 Mode. “0” is Full Duplex, “1” is Print
Ticket Mode.
0, 1
Disables the ID number in Print Ticket Mode. Only works
when A6 is set to “1”
Press ZERO
to Begin
Allows the user to enter a new ID number. Only functions
when A6 is set to “1.”
Press ZERO to
Begin
Allows entry of the desired number of Line Feeds to be
printed in Print Ticket Mode. A6 must be set to “1.”
Auto Off
Press ZERO to
Begin
Automatically turns the indicator off after the number of
inactive minutes specified. “0” = always on.
A11
0, 1, 2, 3, 4
Selects the Animal Hold Mode. See Chapter 7 for an
explanation.
0, 1
Permanently disables the backlight. “0” = disabled. “1” =
enabled.
0, 1
Enables hardware handshaking for Print Ticket mode
when A6 is set to “1”. “1” is enabled. “0” is disabled.
0, 1
Tells the MP-20 Printer to print the header information
when A6 = “1.”
0, 1
Allows the Time to be disabled in Print Ticket Mode. A6
must = “1.”
0, 1
Specifies 24 Hour or 12 Hour time display. “0” = 12 Hour
(AM/PM), “1” = 24 Hour
Time Entry
Press ZERO to
Begin
Allows entry of the current time when in Operation
mode.
A18
0, 1
Allows the date to be disabled in Print Ticket mode. A6
must = “1.”
0, 1
Sets the date format. “0” = mm/dd/yy, “1” = dd/mm/yy.
Units Key
A6 Serial
Port Mode
A7
ID Enable
A8
ID Entry
A9
No. of LF
A10
Animal Hold
A12
Backlight
A13
Handshake
A14
Print Header
A15
Time Enable
A16
Time Format
A17
Date Enable
A19
Date Format
Figure 3-9 User Menu Chart
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3.5.3 Notes on the User Menu
1.
Detailed descriptions of the user menu parameters can be found in Chapter 5 of this
manual.
3.5.4 Exiting the User Menu
Exit the User (“A”) menu by following the directions in Section 3.2.5 or 3.2.6. The display
will go through a digit check, then settle into Normal Operating mode. All front panel keys will
now return to their normal mode of operation.
A20
Data Entry
Press ZERO
to Begin
Allows the operator to enter the current date.
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Chapter 4: Setup Menu - Descriptions & Procedures
4.6 Setup Menu Descriptions
This section provides more detailed descriptions of the selections found in the
Setup Menu Chart. Factory-set defaults are shown in bold with a checkmark ().
Name /
Description
Code / Value
Code
F1
Specifies number of full-scale graduations. Value should be 100 - 50000
Gradua- consistent with legal requirements and environmental lim- 5000
tions
its on the useful system resolution. Pressing the ZERO key
to scroll down one level begins the sequence.
F3
Selects the range within which the scale will automatically 0d
Zero Track zero. Note that the scale must be in standstill to automati- 0.5d
Band
cally zero. Selections are in Display Divisions.
1d
3d
5d
F4
Selects the range within which the scale may be zeroed.
100%
Zero Range Note that the indicator must be in standstill to zero the
1.9%
scale.
Sets the level at which motion is detected by comparing the 1d
F5
present display update with the previous one. If motion is 3d
Motion
Band
not detected for two seconds or more, scale is in standstill 5d
and can process a Print or Zero command. Maximum value 10d
15 d
20d
varies depending on local regulations.
30d
40d
50d
Averages weight readings to produce higher stability. The 0
1
F6
Digital Fil- higher the filter setting, the greater the stability.
2
3
4
5
ter
6
7
8
F7
Selects the desired formula which determines the point at FS
Overload which the indicator shows overload. All selections are based FS + 2%
Limit
on the primary unit selected in F8.
FS + 1d
"FS" = Full scale in primary units.
FS + 9d
F8
Selects the primary base unit to be used in the calibration 1
Calib. Unit process. Also the default unit for normal operation.
2
"1" = primary unit is lb.
"2" = primary unit is in
kg.
F9
Determines the desired weight increments. Value should be 1
Display
consistent with legal requirements.
2
Divisions
5
F10
Determines location of the decimal point.
0
0.0
Decimal Pt.
0.00
0.000
0.0000
00
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Description
Name /
Code
F11
Autozero
on power
up
F12
Hold
Tolerance
Code / Value
Determines if the indicator automatically zeros when first 100
turned on or if the indicator displays the actual weight.
“0” = Off
“100” = On
Specifies the percentage change in the displayed weight
65 for animals
before the indicator releases the hold and acquires a new 0 for other applicaweight.
tions
“0 - 100”
F16
Places indicator into the zero calibration routine. Scrolling Press ZERO key to
Zero Cali- down with the ZERO key one level begins the procedure. begin sequence
bration
F17
Places indicator into the span calibration routine. Scrolling Press ZERO key to
Span Cali- down with the ZERO key one level begins the procedure. begin sequence
bration
F18
Actuates the function that allows you to view both the zero Press ZERO key to
View Cali- and span calibration value. The values displayed in this
begin sequence
bration
function are valid only after Calibration (F16 & F17) has
been successfully completed. Scrolling down with the
ZERO key one level begins the procedure.
F19
Allows you to key-in known zero calibration value in case Press ZERO key to
Key-in
of memory loss in the field. Scrolling down with the ZERO begin sequence
Zero
key one level begins the procedure.
F20
Allows you to key-in a known span calibration value in case Press ZERO key to
Key-in
of memory loss in the field. Scrolling down with the ZERO begin sequence
Span
key one level begins the procedure.
F21
This sub-menu will reset all parameters in the “F” and “A” Press the ZERO
Factory
menu to the default settings. USE WITH CAUTION!
key twice to exeReset
cute.
4.7 Setup Menu Procedures
This section provides instructions for all of the Setup Menu procedures except for the
calibration related menus, which are documented in Chapter 6.
4.7.1 Graduation Entry (F1)
1.
2.
3.
1.While in the Setup Menu mode, scroll to "F 1", then scroll down once using the
ZERO/OFF key to enter the Graduation menu.
The display will display a value with one flashing digit. This value will be the current graduation value.
Use the four directional keys (shown in Figure 4-1 below) to adjust the displayed
value to the actual graduation value. Increase the flashing digit by pressing the
UNITS key. Decrease the flashing digit by pressing the ZERO/OFF key. Pressing
the ON/PRINT key or the TARE key will change the position of the flashing
digit.
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Figure 4-10Setup Menu Key Assignments
After setting the exact value, press theANIMAL HOLD key to save the graduation value.
The display will show "SET" momentarily, then revert back up to F1.
NOTE: The indicator will accept values only in the range from 100 to 50000.
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Chapter 5: User Menu Descriptions & Procedures
5.1 User Menu Descriptions
This section provides more detailed descriptions of the selections found in the
User Menu Chart. Factory-set defaults are shown in bold with a checkmark ().
Name /
Code
Description
Code / Value
Selects the baud rate for data transmission through the 1200
2400
4800
9600
serial port.
19200
A2
Selects the number of data bits and parity of serial trans- 8n
Data Bits and mission.
7O
Parity
"8n" = 8 data bits with no parity bit and one stop bit
7E
"7O" = 7 data bits with odd parity bit and one stop bit
7n
"7E" = 7 data bits with even parity bit and one stop bit
"7n" = 7 data bits with no parity bit and two stop bits
A3
Selects when data will be sent out of the serial port to a C
Mode of
printer or computer:
d
Serial Trans- "C" = Continuous mode; send data continuously
mission
"d" = Demand mode; send data when a PRINT command
is issued from the printer, computer, or indicator.
A4
Actuates the function that illuminates all digit segments, Press ZERO key to
Display
decimal points, and LCD annunciators in a test sequence. begin sequence
Check
Pressing the ZERO key to scroll down one level begins
the test sequence.
A5
Allows the UNITS key to be disabled so that an operator 0
Disable the cannot accidentally press the key and change the dis1
UNITS Key played units.
"0" = Disable the Units key
"1" = Enable the Units
key
Selects the mode of the RS-232 serial port: Refer to
0
A6
1
Serial Port Appendix B for more information.
Mode
"0" = Full Duplex Mode
"1" = Print Ticket Mode
A7
Allows the ID number to be disabled in the Print Ticket 0
ID No. Enablemode. Valid only when A6 is set to “1”.
1
"0" = Disable the ID No.
"1" = Enable the ID No.
A8
Actuates the function that allows entry of a new ID No. 0 – 999999
ID No. Entry Valid only when A6 is set to “1”. Pressing the ZERO key 123456
to scroll down one level begins the sequence.
A9
Actuates the function that allows entry of the desired
0 - 99
No. of Line number of line feeds to be printed in Print Ticket Mode. 8
Feeds
Valid only when A6 is set to “1”. Pressing the ZERO key
to scroll down one level begins the sequence.
A10
Actuates the function that allows entry of the desired
0 - 30
Auto Power automatic turn off time in minutes. Pressing the ZERO 5
Off
key to scroll down one level begins the sequence.
“0” = Disabled (Always ON)
A1
Baud Rate
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Name /
Description
Code
A11
Selects the “Hold” mode to use. See Chapter 7.
Animal Hold “0” = Disabled
“1” = Automatic Hold,
“2” = Manual Hold w/ display freeze
“3” = Peak Animal Hold
“4” = Manual Animal Hold without display freeze
A12
Allows you to permanently disable the backlight feature
Backlight
for outdoor use. Factory default setting is “1” (Enabled).
Enable
"0" = Disabled
“1" = Enabled
A13
Enables hardware handshaking for Print Ticket Mode.
Handshaking Valid only when A6 is set to “1”.
Enable
"0" = Disable Handshaking
"1" = Enable Handshaking
A14
Tells MP-20 printer to print the header information.
Print Header Valid only when A6 is set to “1”.
"0" = Do NOT Print Header
"1" = Print Header
A15
Allows the time to be disabled in the Print Ticket mode.
Time Enable Valid only when A6 is set to “1”.
"0" = Disable the time printout
"1" = Enable the
time printout
A16
Selects the printed format for current time. Valid only
Time Format when A6 is set to “1”.
"0" = AM/PM
"1" = 24 Hr
A17
Actuates the function that allows entry of the current
Time Entry time. Pressing the ZERO key to scroll down one level
begins the test sequence.
A18
Allows the date to be disabled in the Print Ticket mode.
Date Enable Valid only when A6 is set to “1”.
"0" = Disable the date printout
"1" = Enable the
date printout
A19
Selects the printed format for current date. Valid only
Date Format when A6 is set to “1”.
"0" = mm/dd/yy
"1" = dd/mm/yy
A20
Actuates the function that allows entry of the current
Date Entry date. Pressing the ZERO key to scroll down one level
begins the test sequence.
Code / Value
0
1
2
3
4
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Press ZERO key to
begin sequence
0
1
0
1
Press ZERO key to
begin sequence
5.2 User Menu Procedures
This section provides instructions for all of the User Menu procedures.
5.2.1 ID Number Entry (A8)
1.
2.
3.
1.While in the User Menu mode, scroll to "A 8", then scroll down once using the
ZERO key to enter the ID Number menu.
The display will momentarily show "ID NO", followed by a value with one flashing digit. This value will be the current ID number value.
Use the four directional keys (shown in Figure 5-1 below) to adjust the displayed
value to the actual ID Number value. Increase the flashing digit by pressing the
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UNITS key. Decrease the flashing digit by pressing the ZERO key. Pressing the
PRINT key or the TARE key will change the position of the flashing digit.
Figure 5-11 User Menu Key Assignments
4.
After setting the exact value, press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the ID Number value. The display will show "SET" momentarily, then revert back up to A8.
5.0.1 LF (Line Feeds) Number Entry (A9)
1.While in the User Menu mode, scroll to "A 9", then scroll down once using the ZERO/
OFF key to enter the Line Feeds menu.
6. The display will momentarily show "LF", followed by the current line feeds value.
7. Use the four directional keys (shown in Figure 5-1 above) to adjust the displayed
value to the actual line feeds value. Increase the flashing digit by pressing the
UNITS key. Decrease the flashing digit by pressing the ZERO/OFF key. Pressing
the ON/PRINT key or the TARE key will change the position of the flashing
digit.
8. After setting the exact value, press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the line feeds
value. The display will show "SET" momentarily, then revert back up to A9.
5.0.1 Auto Power Off Entry (A10)
1.
2.
3.
4.
While in the User Menu mode, scroll to "A 10", then scroll down once using the
ZERO/OFF key to enter the Auto Power Off menu.
The display will momentarily show the current line feeds value.
Use the four directional keys (shown in Figure 5-1 above) to adjust the displayed
value to the actual auto power off value. Increase the flashing digit by pressing
the UNITS key. Decrease the flashing digit by pressing the ZERO/OFF key.
Pressing the ON/PRINT key or the TARE key will change the position of the
flashing digit.
After setting the exact value, press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the auto
power off value. The display will show "SET" momentarily, then revert back up
to A10.
5.0.1 Time Entry (A17)
Your indicator will keep track of the current time for you, which can then be printed on the
print ticket. Use this procedure to set the current time, which must be set in military (24Page 17
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hr) format. For example, for 9:00 AM, you would enter 900. For 5:00 PM, you would enter
1700.
6. While in the User Menu mode, scroll to "A 17", then scroll down once using the
ZERO/OFF key to enter the time entry menu.
7. The display will momentarily show "ENT TI", followed by a value with one flashing digit. This value will be the current time in military (24-hr) format.
8. Use the four directional keys (shown in Figure 5-1 above) to adjust the displayed
value to the actual time value. Increase the flashing digit by pressing the UNITS
key. Decrease the flashing digit by pressing the ZERO/OFF key. Pressing the ON/
PRINT key or the TARE key will change the position of the flashing digit.
9. After setting the exact value, press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the time
value. The display will show "End TI" momentarily, then revert back up to A17.
5.0.1 Date Entry (A20)
Your indicator will keep track of the current date for you, which can then be printed on the
print ticket. Use this procedure to set the current date, which must be set in mm/dd/yy format. For example, for January 7, 1998, you would enter 010798. For November 30, 1998
you would enter 113098.
1.
2.
3.
4.
While in the User Menu mode, scroll to "A 20", then scroll down once using the
ZERO/OFF key to enter the date entry menu.
The display will momentarily show "ENT DT", followed by a value with one
flashing digit. This value will be the current date in mm/dd/yy format.
Use the four directional keys (shown in Figure 5-1 above) to adjust the displayed
value to the actual date value. Increase the flashing digit by pressing the UNITS
key. Decrease the flashing digit by pressing the ZERO/OFF key. Pressing the ON/
PRINT key or the TARE key will change the position of the flashing digit.
After setting the exact value, press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the date
value. The display will show "End DT" momentarily, then revert back up to A20.
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Chapter 6: Calibration
6.8 Calibration Overview
The BB1107 Digital Indicator can be calibrated at four different points, one of which must
be Zero, and of which must be some value that is at least 1% of the maximum scale
capacity. The indicator is calibrated by following the procedures embedded in F16 (Zero)
and F17 (Span) of the Setup Menu. Each procedure enters a value into the indicator's nonvolatile memory. The indicator allows for multi-point calibration in F17. These three
calibration points are denoted C1-C3. You may use C1 only if you like. If you elect to use all
three calibration points, then they must be in ascending order, e.g. 2,000, 5,000 and 10,000
pounds.
After the two calibration procedures are executed successfully, you should record all
calibration values in Table 6-1 using the F18 View procedure.
In the unlikely event that either value is lost while in the field, the setup menu makes
provisions for re-entering these values via F19 and F20, thus eliminating the need for recalibration with test weights.
IMPORTANT: This procedures in this chapter require that the indicator is in Setup (“F”)
Menu mode. If the indicator is not in Setup Menu mode, refer to Chapter 3 for
instructions.
6.9 Zero Calibration (F16)
1.
2.
3.
While in the Setup mode, scroll to "F 16", then scroll down once using the ZERO
key to enter zero calibration menu. The display will momentarily show "C 0" followed by a value. This value is the internal A/D count and can prove useful when
trying to troubleshoot setup problems.
Verify that there is no weight on the scale, then press the ZERO key again to zero
out the displayed value.
Press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the zero point value. The display will
show "EndC0" momentarily, then revert back up to F16. At this time, proceed to
the F17 span calibration to complete indicator calibration.
6.10Span Calibration (F17)
1.
2.
While in the Setup mode, scroll to "F 17", then scroll down once using the ZERO
key to enter span calibration menu. The display will momentarily show "C 1" for
the first span calibration, followed by a value with one flashing digit. This value
will be zero with the Decimal Point parameter selected in F10.
Place the test weight on the weighing mechanism.
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3.
Use the four directional keys (shown in Figure 6-1 below) to adjust the displayed
value to the actual test weight value. Increase the flashing digit by pressing the
UNITS key. Decrease the flashing digit by pressing the ZERO/OFF key. Pressing
the ON/PRINT key or the TARE key will change the position of the flashing
digit.
Figure 6-12 Setup Menu Key Assignments
4.
After setting the exact value, press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the value. If
the calibration was successful, the display will show "EndC1" momentarily,
momentarily, followed by "C 2" for the second calibration point.
5. Repeat steps 2-4 for C2 and C3. At the conclusion of C3, the indicator reverts
back up to F17. NOTE: If you wish to use only one calibration point (C1), simply
press the ANIMAL HOLD key when prompted for C2 or C3.
6. At this time it is suggested that the calibration values be recorded for future use
(see Section 6.4).
7. If the calibration was not successful, one of the error messages below will appear.
Take the indicated action to correct the problem, then perform a new calibration.
8. "Err0" - The calibration test weight or the adjusted keyed-in weight is larger than
the full capacity of the scale. Change the calibration test weight or check the
input data.
"Err1" - The calibration test weight or the adjusted keyed-in weight is smaller than 1% of
the full capacity of the scale. Change the calibration test weight or check the input data.
"Err2" - The internal resolution of the scale is not high enough to accept the calibration
value. Check your load cell connections.
6.11View Calibration Values (F18)
Note: The values displayed in this procedure are valid only after a successful calibration
has been performed using F16 and F17.
1. While in the Setup mode, scroll to "F 18", then scroll down once using the ZERO
key to enter View calibration menu.
2. The display will show the information listed in Table 6-1. The code will display
briefly followed by the value. It is recommended that you record each value in
the table below. Press any key to continue down the list. At the completion of the
list, the indicator reverts back up to F18.
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Table 6-2: Calibration Value Table
CODE
C0
T1
C1
T2
C2
T3
C3
NAME
Zero Calibration Value
First Test Weight Value
First Span Calibration Value
Second Test Weight Value
Second Span Calibration Value
Third Test Weight Value
Third Span Calibration Value
VALUE
6.12Key-in Zero Calibration Value (F19)
Note: This procedure is intended for emergency use only in the case of non-volatile
memory loss. A valid zero calibration value, obtained from a successful F16 calibration
procedure, must be used.
1. While in the Setup mode, scroll to "F 19", then scroll down once using the ZERO
key.
2. The display will momentarily show "CAL 0", followed by a flashing zero. Use the
four directional keys (shown in Figure 6-1) to adjust the displayed value to the
zero calibration value.
3. After setting the exact value, press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the value.
4. The display will show "E CAL 0" momentarily, then revert back up to F19.
6.13Key-in Span Calibration Value (F20)
Note: This procedure is intended for emergency use only in the case of non-volatile
memory loss. A valid span calibration value, obtained from a successful F17 calibration
procedure, must be used.
1. While in the Setup mode, scroll to "F 20", then scroll down once using the
ZERO/OFF key. The indicator will prompt you to enter the information in Table
6-2.
2. If the value shown is correct, press the ZERO/OFF key to move to the next
parameter. Otherwise, Use the four directional keys (shown in Figure 6-1) to
adjust the displayed value to the span calibration value.
3. After setting the exact value, press the ANIMAL HOLD key to save the value.
4. If the entered values are entered successfully, the display will show "
5. E" momentarily before continuing to the next parameter. At the completion of
the sequence, the indicator will then revert back up to F20.
Table 6-3: Calibration Value Entry Table
CODE
ET T 1
ET C 1
ET T 2
ET C 2
ET T 3
ET C 3
NAME
First Test Weight Value
First Span Calibration Value
Second Test Weight Value
Second Span Calibration Value
Third Test Weight Value
Third Span Calibration Value
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Chapter 7: Operation
7.14Display
As mentioned in Chapter 1, this model utilizes a 6 digit LCD (Liquid Crystal Display).
Typically, LCD’s are used for outdoor applications while LED’s are used indoors where
brightness is needed. Table 7-1 summarizes the display annunciators.
7.14.1Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Figure 7-1 shows the display detail of the LCD indicators.
pcs
O
lb oz
P T
G N
kg %
Figure 7-13 BB-1107 LCD Detail
Table 7-4: BB-1107 Annunciator Definitions
LCD
Meaning
Annunciator
Better known as the “Center of Zero” annunciator, this light is active
0
whenever the displayed weight is within ± 0.25 divisions of true zero.
N
Indicates that the indicator is displaying net weight.
G
Indicates that the indicator is displaying gross weight.
T
Indicates that a tare weight has been established in the system.
lb, kg
Indicates the unit of the displayed weight. PCS stands for “pieces”.
This light is on whenever the scale is stable.
P
Indicates that the indicator is displaying peak weight
Flashes when the battery voltage is too low for normal operation. For
standard units, replace the batteries. For rechargeable units, re-charge
the battery.
7.15Keyboard
The keyboard is composed of five function keys. Refer to Figures 7-2 for the overall layout
and key locations.
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Figure 7-14Function Keys Layout
7.16Function Keys
Units – This key toggles the indicator between lb and kg if enabled in the User (“A”) menu.
See Chapter 5 for more information. Also used to take indicator in and out of peak hold
mode if enabled in A11.
Zero/OFF - When held for six seconds shuts the indicator off. Otherwise, this key sets the
indicator to display zero provided the following conditions are met:
1. The indicator is displaying Gross weight.
2. The displayed weight is within the zero reset range that is programmed in F4 of
the Setup (“F”) Menu.
3. The scale is not in motion.
4. The scale is not in overload (see Appendix D for error codes).
Animal Hold - This key toggles the Animal Hold function on and off. The indicator must
be configured with Animal Hold in Manual Mode for this to function. This key has no
function if the Animal Hold is configured to work automatically or if Animal Hold is
turned off..
Tare - This key is used to establish a Tare provided the following conditions are met:
1. The indicator is not at or below Gross zero.
2. The scale is not in motion.
3. The scale is not in overload (see Appendix D for error codes).
ON/Print – When off, turns the indicator on. When on, this key is used to send weight
information out to the serial port provided the following conditions are met:
1. The scale is not in motion.
2. The scale is not in overload (see Appendix D for error codes).
7.17General Scale Operation
7.17.1Weighing an Item
1. Select the desired weighing unit by pressing the UNITS key until that unit is
indicated on the display.
2. If necessary, press the ZERO/OFF key to obtain a weight reading of zero.
3. Place the object to be weighed on the scale’s platter and allow the weight indication to stabilize. If the item weight exceeds the scale’s weight capacity, it displays
000000
4.
”.
“
Read the weight shown on the display.
7.17.2Taring an Item
To weigh an item in a container, the weight of that container must first be subtracted from
the overall weight to obtain an accurate weight reading. This is known as taring.
1. Select the desired weighing unit by pressing the UNITS key until that unit is
indicated on the display.
2. If necessary, press the ZERO/OFF key to obtain a weight reading of zero.
3. Place the empty container on the scale’s platter and allow the weight indication to
stabilize.
4. Press the TARE key. The display shows zero weight and turns the NET annunciator on.
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5.
6.
7.
Place the material to be weighed in the container and allow the weight indication
to stabilize.
Read the weight shown on the display.
You may toggle between the gross weight and the net weight by pressing the
ANIMAL HOLD key.
7.17.3 Animal Hold
This mode is used to automatically hold the weight of a non-static object, such as an
animal, on the platform. It is enabled by selecting “1” for A11. The indicator both
automatically locks and unlocks the weight of the object.
Automatic locking takes place when a number of consecutive readings are taken that are
within the current setting for motion band (F5). Automatic unlocking takes place when the
object is removed or when the weight of the locked object decreases by 50%, whichever
occurs first. To best optimize this feature, it is recommended to set F5 to 5 and F6 to 8.
While the weight is locked, the following keys will work:
- Zero (unlocks weight)
- Tare (unlocks weight)
- Units
- Print
1. Select the desired weighing unit by pressing the UNITS key until that unit is
indicated on the display.
2. If necessary, press the ZERO/OFF key to obtain a weight reading of zero.
3. Place the object to be weighed on the scale’s platter and allow the weight indication to stabilize. If the item weight exceeds the scale’s weight capacity, it displays
“000000”.
4.
Read the weight shown on the display.
7.17.4Peak Hold
This mode is used to determine the peak force applied to the indicator. It is enabled by
selecting “2” for A11. The indicator automatically locks the peak value, but requires a
manual unlock. The indicator does not care about stable readings in this mode. To best
optimize this feature, it is recommended to set F6 to a setting less than four.
The UNITS key is used to take the indicator into and out of peak hold mode.
While the weight is locked, the following keys will work:
- Zero (resets peak value)
- Units
- Print
1. Select peak hold mode by pressing the UNITS key. The “P” annunciator is lit to
indicate that the indicator is in peak hold mode.
2. If necessary, press the ZERO/OFF key to obtain a weight reading of zero.
3. Place the object to be weighed on the scale’s platter. If the item weight exceeds the
000000
4.
5.
”.
scale’s weight capacity, it displays “
Read the weight shown on the display.
Remove the object from the platform and press the ZERO/OFF key to clear the
peak value and start again.
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Chapter 8: “Legal for Trade” Sealing
8.18ABS Enclosure
Indicators in the ABS enclosure can be sealed for commercial (Legal for Trade)
applications as follows.
1. Power off the indicator.
2. On the back of the indicator, locate the setup/calibration switch cover (see illustrations below).
3. Thread a wire security seal through both drilled head screws securing the calibration switch cover as well as the single drilled head screw holding on the rear
panel.
LOAD CELL
Port
DC Jack
Serial
Port
Setup/Calibration Switch
Figure 8-15 BB-1107 Rear Panel
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