DMI-610

DMI-610
DMI-610
USER´S MANUAL
Scale Indicator
ABS / INOX
Ref: 49DMI610EN08
Contents
KEYBOARD AND DISPLAY........................................................................................................................ 2
1.1
1.2
ACCESSORIES .......................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2.1
Accesories Model ABS ................................................................................................................... 3
1.2.2
Accessories Model INOX ............................................................................................................... 3
1.3
FUNCTIONS OF THE KEYS......................................................................................................................... 4
1.4
PLATFORM CONNECTION ......................................................................................................................... 4
1.5
CHARACTERISTICS................................................................................................................................... 5
1.5.1
Functional characteristics ............................................................................................................. 5
1.5.2
Metrological characteristics. ......................................................................................................... 5
2.
SWITCH ON ................................................................................................................................................. 5
3.
OPERATING PROCEDURE ..................................................................................................................... 6
3.1
MANUAL ZERO RESET.............................................................................................................................. 6
3.2
TEMPORARILY CHANGE OF WEIGHT MEASUREMENT UNITS (KG ↔ LB). ................................................. 6
3.3
TARE OPERATIONS, SUCCESSIVE TARE OPERATIONS, GROSS WEIGHT AND NET WEIGHT ......................... 6
3.3.1
Tare ................................................................................................................................................ 6
3.3.2
Successive tare operations ............................................................................................................. 6
3.3.3
Gross weight and net weight .......................................................................................................... 6
3.3.4
Set tare............................................................................................................................................ 6
3.3.5
Manual tare .................................................................................................................................... 7
3.4
MENU - PROGRAMMING........................................................................................................................... 7
3.4.1
Cal PMU – CALCULATING UNIT WEIGHT PIECECOUNTING............................................ 8
3.4.2
PMU – COUNTER PIECES .......................................................................................................... 8
3.4.3
CHECK........................................................................................................................................... 9
3.4.4
bY 10 – PRECISION DECIMALS ............................................................................................... 10
3.4.6
t. CodE – RECEIPT CODE ......................................................................................................... 11
3.4.7
n tiC – RECEIPT NUMBER ........................................................................................................ 11
3.4.8
Date – DATE ................................................................................................................................ 12
3.4.9
Time – TIME ................................................................................................................................ 12
3.4.10
ICount – INTERNAL READINGS ............................................................................................... 12
3.4.11
DISPENSER MODE (APPLIES WITH INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD) ......................................... 12
3.4.12
LIMITS (APPLIES ONLY WITH INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD) .................................................... 15
3.4.13
Weight – WEIGHING MODE...................................................................................................... 16
4.1
SELECTION OF WEIGHT UNITS .................................................................................................... 17
4.1.1
Printing – without accumulation ............................................................................................... 17
4.1.2
Printing – with accumulation ..................................................................................................... 18
5.
MENÚ - CONFIGURATION (SET-UP) ................................................................................................. 19
5.1
PARAME – PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................... 19
5.1.1
COM 1/ COM 2/ RS485 ............................................................................................................... 19
5.1.2
FRAME – Data Format ............................................................................................................... 19
5.1.3
Baudrate ....................................................................................................................................... 19
5.1.4
Protocols ...................................................................................................................................... 20
5.1.5
Ind add - ADDRESS DISPLAY .................................................................................................... 20
5.1.6
CoM on – TRANSMISSION MODE ............................................................................................ 21
5.1.7
Mode - RS422/RS485 ................................................................................................................... 21
5.1.8
Ethernet ........................................................................................................................................ 21
5.2
CONFIG - CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................................ 22
5.2.1
Filter – WEIGHING FILTER. ..................................................................................................... 22
5.2.2
Date .............................................................................................................................................. 23
5.2.3
Time .............................................................................................................................................. 23
5.2.4
AutoFF – Auto Power OFF ......................................................................................................... 23
5.2.5
Mu – Voltage ................................................................................................................................ 23
5.3
TEST ...................................................................................................................................................... 23
6.
WEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................................ 24
1
DESCRIPTION OF THE INSTRUMENT
Rear
casing
Front
casing
Display
Keyboard
1.1
Keyboard and display
The device has a 6-digit LED display
The keyboard is made up of 7 keys.
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1.2
Accessories
1.2.1 Accesories Model ABS
1.2.2 Accessories Model INOX
The adhesives Ref: BL-P3624 must be placed in the holes located at the back side of the indicator (2
in model stainless steel and 1 in model ABS) when the installation of the indicator doesn´t require
metrologic control (without M ).
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1.3
Functions of the keys
Below are the functions of the keys:
On /Off
Access to mode selection.
Access to Programming
Manual zero
Untare
Gross / Net.
Set tare
Tare.
Program Manual tare
Accumulate weighings.
Select Platform
Send weight to PC or serial printer.
Display the weight in lb. temporarily.
The functions of the edit keys are as follows:
Move the digit being edited to the right
Move the digit being edited to the left
Increase the value of the selected digit
Increase the value of the selected digit
Delete the value of the digit being edited. Keep pressed to quit.
Validate the selected value
1.4
Platform connection
The platform must be connected to the display with a 7-pin connector.
The connections are:
Connector 1
Pin 1:IN+
Pin 2: SENSE+
Pin 3:OUT+
Pin 4: OUTPin 5: SENSEPin 6: INPin 7: NOT USED
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1.5
Characteristics
1.5.1 Functional characteristics
- 6-digit weight display.
- Tare/untare and tare block.
- Zero reset.
- Gross weight or net weight display.
- Display weight in kg or lb
- 12 vdc power connection with feeder or 230VAC
- Internal battery (option)
- 1 weighing platform connection, with a total of 14 load cells.
- Selection of device’s working options.
- RS-232 Communications
- Ethernet Communications
- Weight accumulation
- Weight in kg or in lb
1.5.2 Metrological characteristics.
The main characteristics are as follows:
- Intended for use in classes: III and IV.
- Maximum number of verification scale intervals: 6,000.
- Monorange, Multirange or Multiinterval
- Working temperature margin: -10 ºC to 40 ºC.
- Maximum no. of load cells: 14 (350 Ohm)
- Value of the pi error fraction: 0.5
- 4 or 6 wire cell cable.
- Units: kg/lb
2.
Switch on
Press
for two seconds to switch on the device.
Press
for two seconds to switch off the device.
Once the instrument has been plugged in, press
for two seconds.
All the LEDs will light up for two seconds
D M I
6 1 0
Then the charger version displays:
l
0. 0 0 1
All the LEDs will light up for two seconds
8 8 8 8 8 8
Then the version of the user software displays:
U 1 .
0 1 5
This version can be changed as further functions are added to the display.
Then the version of the metrological software displays:
P
1. 0 0
1
The OIML indicator displays to indicate that it is working with OIML parameters.
- O I M L
5
-
Then the display does the initial auto zero in line with the following criteria:
c E r
0
1. The weight must be stable (the stable indicator displays
)
2. The value of the weight is not less than -5% the calibration zero value.
3. The value of the weight is not greater than 15% of the zero calibration value.
3.
Operating procedure
The possible operations are as follows
3.1
Manual zero reset
To do a manual zero reset, press →0←
The manual zero reset margin is +/- 2% of Max.
3.2
Temporarily Change of weight measurement units (kg ↔ lb).
By pressing the key PRINT for two seconds the weight shown on the display converts during 5
seconds from kilos to pounds or vice versa according to the unit weight chosen in the weight
adjustment procedure. Is not possible to do the conversion within the OIML parameters
3.3 Tare operations, successive tare operations, gross weight
and net weight
3.3.1 Tare
To do a tare operation, place the mass to be tared on the tray and press
The scale displays the word Net.
.
3.3.2 Successive tare operations
To do successive tare operations, place the new mass to be tared on the tray and press
3.3.3 Gross weight and net weight
To see Gross weight, press
. The B/G indication displays.
To see Net weight again, press
again. The scale displays the Net indication.
3.3.4 Set tare
To set a tare value, press
for two seconds.
The following message displays:
t A r. b L 0
To remove the tare, press
→0← for two seconds, and the following displays:
t A r. S t
L
6
again.
3.3.5 Manual tare
To enter a manual tare value using the keyboard, keep
below to enter the new value.
pressed. Use the keys described
It moves the selection over the figure to the right
It moves the selection over the figure to the left
It raises the value of the selected figure;
It lowers the value of the selected figure
It deletes the entire value from the field being selected. Keep pressed to quit the
function
Confirm content of the field and quit the function
3.4
Menu - programming
Access this menu by pressing MODE . The first available function displays.
Use the keys described below to select the required function. If, in 5 seconds, no selection is made,
the device automatically returns to weighing mode. Use the keys described below to enter the new
value.
Go to the next function
Go to the previous function
Select the function
The available functions are:
Cal. PMU
PMU
CHECK
bY 10
ACUMUL
t. CodE
n tiC
Date
Time
ICount
DoSiFi
LiMite
Weight
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3.4.1 Cal PMU – CALCULATING UNIT WEIGHT PIECECOUNTING
With this function you can calculate the unit weight of the pieces. To calculate the average unit
weight, place a number of known items on platform and press
follows
Use the edit keys to enter the
sample.
S P. x x x
PRINT . The screen displays as
x
number of pieces making up a
If PRINT is pressed with no weight or with a weight lower than that required to make the
calculation, more pieces must be added to make the calculation and the screen will display the
following message
a d d
To calculate and record the average unit weight value, press
below to enter the new value.
PRINT . Use the keys described
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
The indicator displays the text “WEiUni” and then the unit weight of the piece for two seconds. Then
the indicator returns to weight mode and displays the number of pieces on the scale.
To return to the weight display mode press the key MODE , go to the parameter “weight” and
press
PRINT .
3.4.2 PMU – COUNTER PIECES
This function allows to enter the known weight value of the pieces and from that weight calculate
the number of pieces. To enter the unit weight, press
PRINT . The screen displays,
P. x x x x
Use the keys to enter the value of the unit weight.
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
On terminating the process, the device automatically displays the number of pieces on the scale. To
return to the weight display mode press the key MODE , go to the parameter “weight” and press
PRINT .
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3.4.3 CHECK
This function enables mode “checkweigher” .
The display is ready to automatically manage up to 3 limits using weight records for each one of
them.
These records are called Lower limit (L.Inf), Limit (OK) and Upper limit (L.Sup).
The indicators light signal (LED) will be enabled provided the weight on the scale is within these two
limits.
signal
L.inf
O.K
L.sup.
When accessing the checkweigher programming menu, the following menu displays:
START
TARGET
Ttype
LOW L
HIGH. L
ALARM
BTYPE
BMODE
CHU. ON
WEIGHT
TARGET WEIGHT
LIMIT TYPE
LOWER WEIGHT
UPPER WEIGHT
ALARM
TYPE OF SOUND ALARM
MODE OF SOUND ALARM
PROGRAM ACTIVATED
S T A r t
- It programs the value above which the L.INF signal is enabled,
(S xx.xxx)
t A r G E t
- It programs the value for the target weight , when it reaches this value
the signal OK is enabled, green Led (t xx.xxx)
t t Y P E
- This parameter is for selecting one of the two types of limits :
1. The upper and lower values are selected as a percentage of the target
weight.
2
-The upper and lower values are selected as weight values.
Type of limit by percentage
- P C 0 0 0
P C 0 0 0
- This parameter is for programming the lower limit in % of the target weight.
Below the target weigh the yellow led “- “will be activated (-PC.xxx)
- This parameter is for programming the upper limit in % of the target
weight. Above the target weigh the red led “+ “will be activated (PC.xxx).
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Type of limits using weight values
L O U
L
- This parameter is for programming the lower limit weight. . Below this
weigh the yellow led “- “will be activated (L xx.xxx).
H i G H L
- This parameter is for programming the upper limit weight. Above this
weigh the red led “+ “will be activated (H xx.xxx)
A L A R M
- This parameter is for programming the weight which above this value will
activate the signal alarm, 3 Leds on. (A xx.xxx)
b t Y P E
- There are two modes of working the buzzer:
b M o D E
C H U
o n
1.
A sound is emitted when the weight is within the limits.
2.
A sound is emitted when the weight is outside the limits and is greater
than 20 divisions of the lowest range used.
- There are three types of buzzer sound:
1.
No sound.
2.
Several beeps once.
3.
Several beeps several times
- Discriminator mode activated
Use the keys to enter the values
It deletes the entire value from the field being selected.
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
3.4.4 bY 10 – PRECISION DECIMALS
When this function is selected, the device displays one more decimal in the weight. After 10
seconds, the function deactivates automatically. Press
message displays for 1 second:
PRINT Once enabled, the following
b Y - 1 0
Once the function is enabled the display is enabled. The smallest figure of the display is enabled
and indicates the value by 1/10 of the verification division.
10
THE DECIMAL IS MOVED, A DIGIT IS NOT ADDED TO THE DISPLAY
8 8 8 8 8 8 8
When the device is switched on, the weight data display does not respect the metrological
indicate. As a result all communication with the serial channel is inhibited.
The display is active for approximately 10 seconds. Then the terminal automatically displays the
normal weight.
3.4.5
ACUMUL
This parameter is used when there is a printer connected to the indicator. Is also required to select
the protocol “Printer” in the communication parameters.
A C C o F F
Accumulation mode disable.
Manual accumulation mode, Press the key
PRINT to accumulate the
A C C M A n
weigh. To print and display the total weight press
. The
communication mode in transmission mode has to be set as “manual”.
A C C A U t
3.4.6
Automatic accumulation mode . In this mode there has to be entered the
number of weighs when the indicator has to memorized automatically. The
communication mode has in the transmission mode has to be set as
“stable”
t. CodE – RECEIPT CODE
With this function you can enter a 6 digits code which is added to the printed receipt. Use the keys
described below to enter the code in order to enter the new value.
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
3.4.7
n tiC – RECEIPT NUMBER
With this function you can print on the receipt a receipt number which automatically increases on
completing the weighing operation (delivery or receipt number). If this field is set as equal to 0, it is
not printed and does not increase. Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
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3.4.8 Date – DATE
This function is for updating the date. Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
3.4.9
Time – TIME
This function is for updating the time. Use the keys described below to enter the new value..
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
3.4.10 ICount – INTERNAL READINGS
Use this function to see the converter’s internal counts. The following are the possible options:
I C
o n
I C
O f
- it enables display of the load cell internal readings
F
– it disables display of the load cell internal readings
To return to the weight display mode enter in the “Weight” parameter which is explained below or
disable the internal readings function
3.4.11 DISPENSER MODE (APPLIES WITH INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD)
THIS PARAMETER APPLIES ONLY IF THE INDICATOR HAS AN INPUT/OUTPUT
BOARD, IF NOT THE MESSAGE –ErrRel- WILL APPEAR WHEN ENTERING IN THIS
PARAMETER.
The indicator is ready to dispense automatically 1 product at two speeds.
It can also program a residual weight or unloading zone where its defined the end of the dosage
to correct the system failure due to a remaining weight on the platform.
When the dispenser mode is activated, the indicator will work with the latest configuration
programmed, the settings programmed will be not reset when the indicator is turned off.
When the parameter “DOSIFI”, is selected the following menu will appear:
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RESET
PROD1
YES / NO
FAST FILLING WEIGHT
WEIGHT TIMER FAST FILLING
SLOW FILLING TIME
WEIGHT TIMER SLOW FILLING
REMAINDER WEIGHT
MAXIMUN TIMER REMAINDER WEIGHT
YES / NO
PROD2
Z. DESCARGA
ACTIVA
R E S E T
- Resets the values , puts ceros in all the settings of the dispenser menu.
P r o d 1
- Its programmed the value of the fast filling weight, when this value is
reached will activate the output 2 (U xx.xxx), following to program is the
time is seconds the output 2 will be activated , (S xxxx.x), once the time
goes over the time programmed, and the weight doesn’t change, the alarm
relay will be activated (output 4).
P r o d 2
- Its programmed the value of slow filling weight, when this value is
reached will activate the output 3(U xx.xxx), following to program is the
time in seconds the output 3 will be activated. (S xxxx.x), once the time
goes over the time programmed and the weight doesn’t change the alarm
relay will be activated (output 4).
Z d E S C A
- Its programmed the residual value of the weight, or unloading zone,
when this value is reached , the indicator determines that the dispenser
process has finished keeping the output 3 activate (U xx.xxx), Following
to program is the time in seconds that is allow such weight on the
weighing load cell, (S xxxx.x), once this time goes over the indicator will
do an autozero , if it is not possible because the residual weight is over the
2% of the maximum range , the indicator will show the following message:
- 0 - E r r
A C t i v A
- Asks to activate the disperser mode, in the display will show - DOSI
ON / OFF. The option ON, will activate output 1.
The 4 inputs that the relay board has emulate the keyboard when the dispenser mode is
activated, the function that do these inputs are the following:
INPUT
KEY
FUNTION
INPUT 1
START
INPUT 2
STOP
INPUT 3
RESTART
INPUT 4
ABORT / SALE DE LA FUNCION DE
DOSIFICACION Y REGRESA AL MODO PESO
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The input / output board consist on 4 inputs opto-accopled and 4 independent digital outputs
they are potential free pins with four relays, which is possible to operate lights, signals to PLCs.
This is the description of the connections:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Señal salida
PIN COMUN OUTPUT 1 (Prod1)
PIN NORMALLY OPEN OUTPUT 1 (Prod1)
PIN COMUN OUTPUT 2 (Prod2)
PIN NORMALLY OPEN OUTPUT 2 (Prod2)
PIN COMUN OUTPUT 3 (Descarga)
PIN NORMALLY OPEN OUTPUT 3 (Descarga)
PIN COMUN OUTPUT 4 (Alarma)
PIN NORMALLY OPEN OUTPUT 4 (Alarma)
VCC
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
IN1 IN1 +
IN2 IN2 +
IN3 IN3 +
IN4 IN4 +
VCC
GND
Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
It moves the selection over the figure to the right
It moves the selection over the figure to the left
It raises the value of the selected figure;
Confirm content of the field and quit the function
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3.4.12 LIMITS (APPLIES ONLY WITH INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD)
THIS PARAMETER APPLIES ONLY IF THE INDICATOR HAS AN INPUT/OUTPUT
BOARD, IF NOT THE MESSAGE –ErrRel- WILL APPEAR WHEN ENTERING IN THIS
PARAMETER.
With this parameter when the weight is betwwen the values of each limit programmed , the
corresponding output programmed will be activated, and will remain active until the weight reaches
the values of another limit.
When the parameter “LIMIT”, is selected the following menu will appear:
RESET
INICIA (START)
L. INF
L SUP
ALARM
ACTIVA
R E S E T
YES / NO
START WEIGHT
LOWER LIMIT WEIGHT
HIGHER LIMIT WEIGHT
WEIGHT ALARM
YES / NO
- Resets the values of this parameter, put ceros in all the setting of the
limits menu.
i n i C i A
- When the weight reaches the value programmed in this parameter the
signal “Inicia” will be activated. (S xx.xxx)
L
i n f
- Its programmed the weight value L INF , when the weight reaches or
goes over this value will activated the output 2 , (L xxxx.x).
L
S u P
- Its programmed the weight value L SUP , when the weigh is between L
INF and L SUP will activated output 3 , (Hxxxx.x).
A L A r M A - Its programmed the value above of which the relay alarm will be
activated output 4 (A xx.xxx)
A C t i v A
- Asks to activate the parameter “Limits” , In the display will appear LIM ON / OFF. The option ON will activate the output corresponding to
the weight programmed.
When the weight is higher than cero the mode of limits activate automatically.
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This is the description of the connections:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Señal salida
PIN COMUN OUTPUT 1 (RELAY1)
PIN NORMALLY.OPEN OUTPUT 1 (RELAY1)
PIN COMUN OUTPUT 2 (RELE2)
PIN NORMALLY OPEN OUTPUT 2 (RELAY2)
PIN COMUN OUTPUT 3 (RELAY3)
PIN NORMALLY.OPEN OUTPUT 1 3 (RELAY3)
PIN COMUN OUTPUT 4 (RELAY4)
PIN NORMALLY.OPEN OUTPUT 1 4 (RELAY4)
VCC
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
NC IN1 + NOT USED
IN2 - NO USED
IN2 + NO USED
IN3 - NO USED
IN3 + NO USED
IN4 – ABORT KEY
IN4 + ABORT KEY
VCC
GND
Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
It moves the selection over the figure to the right
It moves the selection over the figure to the left
It raises the value of the selected figure;
Confirm content of the field and quit the function
3.4.13 Weight – WEIGHING MODE
Use this function to return from any working mode to the weighing mode.
4.
CONNECTION TO PRINTER
To connect a printer to the indicator, besides using the protocol “PRINT” in the
communication menu, the following configuration has to be set:
•
•
•
•
Baudrate: 9600
Bits: 8
Parity: none
Stop bit: 2
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4.1
SELECTION OF WEIGHT UNITS
In OIML mode: The weights units printed are selected in the weight adjustment (kg or lb)
IN NO OIML mode: It is possible to change the weight units , See the technical manual for more
details . NO OIML-CAL_PA->VISOR.
Formats 1-2-5-6-8-7: Weight units printed are the ones shown at the moment of the weight.
Formats 3-4-5-6: Weight units are the ones chosen when the weight was adjusted.
4.1.1 Printing – without accumulation
The printer has two working modes:
• Printing by stable weight: Use this mode it the printer to print a ticket every time the
weight is stable.
• Manual Printing: Once the protocol has been set as manual, to print a ticket with the
weights the key
PRINT has to be pressed once.
To Choose the printing format select: Protocols -> Printer -> PrnF
Printer formats for weighing
1
2
Weighing Number:
#XXXXX
hh:mm
dd/mm/aa
Net:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Tare:
XX. XXX kg (lb)
-------------------------------------------
Weighing Number:
#XXXXX
hh:mm
dd/mm/aa
Net:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Tare:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Goss:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
-------------------------------------------
Printer formats for checkweigher
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Printer formats for piece-counting
Weighing Number:
#XXXXX
hh:mm
dd/mm/aa
Target weight:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Actual weight:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Deviation:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
-------------------------------------------
3
Weighing Number:
#XXXXX
hh:mm
dd/mm/aa
Unit W:
0.000000 g (lb)
Tare:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Goss:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Net:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Total Units:
XXXXXX u
-------------------------------------------
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Weighing Number:
#XXXXX
Unit W:
0.000000 g (lb)
Goss:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Net:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Total Units:
XXXXXX u ----------------------------------------
Printer formats with header lines
Header Line 1
Header Line 2
Header Line 3
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Fecha: xx/xx/xxxx Hora : xx:xx:xx Prg: 001
Nr. Ticket: xxxxxx
Codigo: xxxxxx
G 10,000 kg (lb)
T 0,000 kg (lb)
6
N 10,000 kg (lb)
Weighing Number:
#XXXXX
Target weight:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Actual weight:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
Deviation:
XX.XXX kg (lb)
-------------------------------------------
Note: The header lines are enter using the protocol PROTCOM by TCP
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4.1.2 Printing – with accumulation
The accumulation is made in weight mode, to select this mode enter in: MODE -> ACUMUL.
There are two working modes:
• Auto-accumulation: in this mode it has to be programmed the number of
accumulations we want to do. Once it has been set it will accumulate by stable
weight.
• Accumulation manual: To accumulate each weigh in this mode, press the key
PRINT .
A
Every time a weight is accumulated it will display -Once the accumulations have finished, press the key
C
C
to print the total ticket.
The accumulation mode has to match with the printing mode, the accumulation mode manual
goes together with the printing mode manual and the auto-accumulation mode goes together
with stable weight.
Printer Format for accumulations
o Selecct formats from 1 to 6.
o Printer formats for accumulations.
Weighing Number:
#XXXXX
hh:mm
dd/mm/aa
Net:
XX.XXX Kg
Tare:
XX.XXX Kg
Goss:
XX.XXX Kg
-------------------------------------------
o Printer formats for total accumulations
=========================
TOTAL
=========================
hh:mm
dd/mm/aa
****************************
Weights: #XXXXX - #XXXXX
Number of Weights:
XXXXX
=========================
Tot Gross:
XX.XXX Kg
-----------------------------------------Tot Net:
XX.XXX Kg
-----------------------------------------Tot Tare:
XX.XXX Kg
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o Select formats 7 and 8
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Fecha :
Hora:
Nr ticket:
xx/xx/xx
xx:xx:xx
xxxxxx
N.Pesada
Codigo
Tara
Neto
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0,000 kg (lb)
0,000 kg (lb)
2
0,673 kg (lb)
0,673 kg (lb)
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0,000 kg (lb)
0,000 kg (lb)
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0,673 kg (lb)
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Fecha: xx/xx/xxxx Hora : xx:xx:xx Prg: 001
Nr. Ticket: xxxxxx
Codigo: xxxxxx
G 10,000 kg (lb)
T 0,000 kg (lb)
N 10,000 kg (lb)
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5.
Menú - Configuration (SET-UP)
To enter in this menu press for two second the key
figures , by default the code is 0000)
Press the key
MODE . Then enter the PIN code ( 4 numerical
PRINT to access , and the display will show the following message:
C A L C L o
-
Calibration close. Allows to set up indicators configuration as the
OIML regulation.
Calibration open. Allows to set up the indicators configuration in
NO OIML mode. Look at the technical manual for more information
In this menu the available functions are:
C A L O P e
-
PArAME
ConFiG
TESt
5.1
PArAME – PARAMETERS
In this Menu are the communications settings of the indicator. The indicator has two RS232
independent serial ports, Com1 and Com2 ; Com1 is powered (5VDC). There is also the option of
having an RS422/485 port and an Ethernet (TCP or UDP) communications.
The settings to program are the followings:
5.1.1 COM 1/ COM 2/ RS485
In this parameter is defined the communication data format use in the serial and in the RS422/485
ports . The description of the parameters is the same for all the communications ports. Use the keys
described below to enter the new value.
It raises the value of the selected parameter
It lowers the value of the selected parameter
Selects the port to be set
5.1.2 FRAME – Data Format
Once selected will display for a second the world FRAME and the format of the communication
data used in the communications ports are defined. The possible options are:
7/odd/1, 7/odd/2, 7/even/1, 7/even/2, 8/none/1, 8/none/2, 8/odd/1, 8/odd/1 and 8/even/1
Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
Selects the required configuration.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
Go to the next parameter
5.1.3 Baudrate
Once selected will display for a second the world BAUD and It enables to define the
communication speed used in the communications ports. The possible choices are:
300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 115200 baud.
Use the keys described below to select the required speed.
Selects the required speed.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
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5.1.4 Protocols
Use →0← to select the protocol you wish to work with. The device currently works with
different communication protocols to be used through the RS232 ports. The following are the
protocols:
T I s a
•
Tisa Protocol
V D - 0
•
VD-0 Protocol
V D - 3 0
0
•
VD-300 Protocol
U s e r d
f
•
Userdf Protocol
S S C a R
•
SSCARr Protocol
C S C O M P
•
d O L A r
•
Dolar Protocol
r D
•
Remote RD Protocol
N O n e
•
No Protocol
r
•
Master Remote Protocol
R E M S L u
•
Slave Remote Protocol
•
Printer Protocol
•
SPI2 Protocol
•
Tol DS Protocol
•
Epsa Protocol
•
M-T Protocol
•
F-501 Protocol
•
SAIE Protocol
•
Multipunto 2000 Protocol
•
Seur Protocol
R e m m t
P r
i n T
S P I
2
T O l
D S
E P s a
M
- T
F 5 0 1
S A i
e
M U l
t
S E U R
Press
i
P
CsComp Protocol
PRINT to move onto the next parameter.
5.1.5 Ind add - ADDRESS DISPLAY
Displays the indicators address as Add XX , where XX can go from 00 to 99. It is used to identify
the displays in the same communications network. Use the keys described below to enter the
address.
It increases the selected figure
It quits the function and stores the selected value
Go to the next parameter
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5.1.6 CoM on – TRANSMISSION MODE
It allows you to set up the terminal for sending data to the PC through the RS-232 com1 and com 2
serial channel in one of the following ways:
Continuous: The display sends the data string, depending on the protocol, continuously.
Manual: The display sends the data string, depending on the protocol, on pressing
PRINT
Pc req.: The display sends the data string, depending on the protocol, once the order has been
received from the PC
Stable: The display sends the data string, depending on the protocol, once a stable weight value
has been obtained
Interval: The display sends the data string, on each interval of time (ms) , this time is programmed
once this mode is selected. Press
PRINT to quit the communications menu.
Selects the transmisión mode.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
5.1.7 Mode - RS422/RS485
In case of have selected communication type by RS485 , select between RS422 or RS485
communication mode.
Use the keys described below to enter the address.
Selects the communication mode.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
5.1.8
Ethernet
To communicate by Ethernet the following parameters must be configured:
IP vis
Mask
MAC vi
Gatewa
TCP?
Port vi
Port PC
IP-PC
Protoc
UDP?
Port vi
Port PC
IP-PC
Protoc
ACTIVA
Indicator´s Ip
Subnet Masc
Indicator´s Mac address
Gateway network
Yes/No ( select to activated TCP)
Indicator´s TCP port
PC´s TCP port
PC´s IP connected by TCP
Protocol to use by TCP
Yes/No ( select to activated UDP)
Indicator´s UDP port
PC´s UDP port
PC´s IP connected by UDP
Protocol to use by UDP
Activate Ethernet (Yes/No)
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5.1.8.1 Protocols Ethernet
Activated the Ethernet communication is added to the ones already available by the serial port
the following protocol:
P
r
o
C
o
m
•
Protocol Protcom
5.1.8.2 Protocols UDP
Activated the UDP communication the available protocols are the same ones as by RS232. Refer
to the chapter 5.1.4 to see the completed list.
. Use the keys described below to enter the new values.
It moves the selection over the figure to the right
It moves the selection over the figure to the left
It raises the value of the selected figure;
It lowers the value of the selected figure
It deletes the entire value from the field being selected. Keep pressed to quit the
function
Confirm content of the field and quit the function
5.2
ConFiG - CONFIGURATION
In this menu the following parameters are set;
Filter
Date
Time
AutoFF
Mu
5.2.1 Filter – WEIGHING FILTER.
Press PRINT to select the weight filter you wish to apply to weighing operations.
The possible weight filters go from 1 to 6. The higher the value the criterion to obtain a stable
weight is bigger. Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
It increases the selected figure
It quits the function and stores the selected value
Go to the next parameter
Use
→0← to move onto the next parameter
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5.2.2 Date
Press PRINT to program the display’s date. The date is not lost on switching off the display.
Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
5.2.3 Time
Press PRINT to program the time on the display. The time is not lost on switching off the
display.
Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
5.2.4 AutoFF – Auto Power OFF
By Pressing PRINT allows to set a timer (seconds) of switching off the indicator if it is not
operated during in this time. Use the keys described below to enter the new value.
It moves the active digit selection on the figure to the left
It increases the selected figure.
It quits the function and stores the selected value
5.2.5 Mu – Voltage
By pressing
PRINT displays the voltage of the load cell (mV). To escape of this function keep
the key
5.3
press for a few seconds.
Test
Allows to test the COM 1, COM 2, RS485/ RS422, input and output board and the LEDs of the
indicator. Select the test to do and the test will run for 5 seconds. To find out more information
about how to run these test consult the technical manual.
Use the keys below to select the test you require.
Selects the type of test to do.
Start the test.
Escapes to the weight display.
Press
to return to working position
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6.
WEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
To start the calibration process, press the calibration button on the inside of the indicator
through the calibration hole.
Access to
calibration button
Access to
calibration button
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The indicator displays:
O I
Select the OIML option using the
M L
MODE and →0← .keys.
- O I
Press
?
M L
-
PRINT to access the display setup:
First of all, you enter the destination gravity value
G r a v
i
G .
t
9 8 0
4
PRINT , the indicator will show
CALIB ? press PRINT to continue with the calibration process or press M R to save
Once the destination gravity value is entered, press
the value and quit calibration.
When starting the calibration process, the following displays:
Uni t s
Selects the unit weight kg or lbs in which the indicator will do the calibration , the unit chosen will be
the predetermined from this moment.
When starting the calibration process, the following displays:
PAS CE R
Selects if it is needed or not to pass through zero when send data by stable weight. The options are:
SI : -To send data consecutive the weight should pass throw zero , or NO : To send data
continuously the weight should vary 20 times the step selected during the calibration procedure or to
pass thorough zero.
press PRINT to continue.
M o d E
In order to select the range type, these are the possible options:
Normal= Monorange, MI=Multi-interval, MR=Multirange:
n o r M a l
- M i
-M–r-
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-
Monorange
Multi-Interval
Multi-Range
Press MODE or →0← keys to select the type of range and then press PRINT to
select the number of ranges. The indicator will display the following message for two
seconds:
i n
F S
The display then allows you to enter the instrument’s maximum range ( kg ). The keys
with the following functions are used:
Moves the digit being edited to the right
Moves the digit being edited to the left
Increases the value of the selected digit
Decreases the value of the selected digit
Deletes the value of the digit being edited.
Keep pressed to quit.
Validates the selected value
F. 0 0 0 1 5
Once the maximum range has been selected, press
The next parameters are the weight decimals,
PRINT .
d. P o i n 3
Select the number of decimals with the
the interval.
MODE and →0← keys. Then press PRINT to enter
In the case of multi-range or multi-interval instruments, the following is the interval of range 2.
d i v.
0 5
MODE and →0← keys to select the interval. The possible values are: 1,2,5,10,20 and
50. Then press PRINT
Use the
Select the type of filter you are going to use in weight adjustment. The possible weight filters go
from 1 to 6. The higher the value is set the higher the criterion to obtain a stable weight.
F i
Then press
l
t E
PRINT
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USER’S MANUAL
In the case of multi-range or multi-interval instruments, the display requests the value of the first range
(Max1)
r A n G or
F. 0 0 0 0 6
1
Enter the value of the first range using the edit keys and press
display will than carry out the zero calibration.
-
- 0 -
PRINT to continue. The
-
Check that the platform is empty and stable and press
PRINT
Once zero calibration is completed, enter the g value where the calibration has been done. Enter the
value using the edit keys.
G r a v i
t
G . 9 8 0 4
Moves the digit being edited to the right
Moves the digit being edited to the left
Increases the value of the selected digit
Increases the value of the selected digit
Deletes the value of the digit being
edited. Keep pressed to quit.
Validates the selected value
Once the gravity value is entered, press the
be used for calibration
L o
PRINT key. The display will show the mass value to
P 1 0. 0 0 0
a d
Edit the value with the edition keys.
Press
PRINT to validate the selected value
Place the calibration mass on the plate, check that it is stable and press
C A L
F S
The screen flashes for a few seconds and then the following displays
1 0. 0 0 0
Press
PRINT again. The display indicates that calibration has ended.
C A L E n d
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PRINT .
Once calibration has finished, the indicator displays a request message to close calibration.
Use the
shows:
MODE and →0← keys to select Calibration Closed or Calibration Open. The display
C A L C L o
C A L o P E
Calibration open is selected if you wish to carry out calibration tests and calibration closed is selected
when the indicator is definitively installed.
Press
PRINT to save the calibration.
The indicator will display a message to indicate if the calibration has been saved:
S A v E d
The calibration process has finished and the indicator will restart itself.
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The information contained in this manual may be altered by the manufacturer without prior notice.
Ref.: 49-DMI610EN08
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