825 WEIGHT INDICATOR INSTALLATION and TECHNICAL MANUAL

825 WEIGHT INDICATOR INSTALLATION and TECHNICAL MANUAL
825
WEIGHT INDICATOR
INSTALLATION and TECHNICAL MANUAL
8545-M838-O1 Rev A
11/08
PO BOX 151 y WEBB CITY, MO 64870
PH (417) 673-4631 y FAX (417) 673-5001
www.cardinalscale.com
Technical
Support: Ph: 866-254-8261 y techsupport@cardet.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PROPER DISPOSAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Static Electricity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SITE PREPARATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Environmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transient Suppression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting the 825 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load Cell Cable Connection with RFI Suppression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load Cell Cable Connection without RFI Suppression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Load Cell Connections with Over 30 Feet of Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
825-SIB (Scale Input Board) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O Cable Preparation and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RS232 Terminal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20mA Terminal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RS485 Terminal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DeviceNet Terminal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O (Input/Output) Terminal Connections – 825 Source Power . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O (Input/Output) Terminal Connections – External Power Source . . . . . . . . .
Re-Installing the Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MAIN PC BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status LED’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KEYPAD FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigation Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alphanumeric Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard Indicator Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Touch Screen Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ANNUNCIATORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SETUP AND CALIBRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To Begin Setup and Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Date/Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONT.
PREFERENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Date/Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sound Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPERATORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List Operators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add Operators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Edit Operators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delete Operators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Default Operators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To Begin Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibration Touch Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Show Touch Screen Tracking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Color Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Weight Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure TCP/IP Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Serial Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration of Weight Server Complete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TICKET SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Ticket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Default Ticket Item Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Print Tab Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Tabs Page 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Tabs Page 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Tabs Page 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONFIGURE APPLICATION MENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enable/Disable Menu Items. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
APPLICATION MENU SCREEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONT.
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weight Status Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displayed Concurrently with Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displayed In Place Of Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Momentarily Displayed After Operator Attempts An Action . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagnostic Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
During Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
During View Audit Trail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
During Add Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
During Edit Operator/Delete Operator/Set Default Operator . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before You Call Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIAGNOSTICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Startup Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To Begin Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AUDIT TRAIL COUNTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To View the Audit Trail Counters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ELECTRONIC TALLEY ROLL (ETR) FILE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To View the Electronic Talley Roll (ETR) File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PART IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for selecting and purchasing the Cardinal Model 825 Weight Indicator. The Model
825 indicator was built with quality and reliability at our factory in Webb City, MO USA and
incorporates the latest in digital technology and innovative features for the weighing industry.
Configuration and upgrades can easily be performed in the field, while still maintaining the rigid
control the most demanding installations require. This flexibility insures the Model 825 will be
able to meet your weight indicating needs for years to come.
The purpose of this manual is to provide you with a guide through installation, setup and
calibration of your new Model 825 Weight Indicator. Please read it thoroughly before
attempting to install your indicator and keep it handy for future reference.
SERIAL NUMBER _____________________
DATE OF PURCHASE _________________
PURCHASED FROM __________________
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RETAIN THIS INFORMATION FOR FUTURE USE
PRECAUTIONS
Before using this instrument, read this manual and pay special attention to
all "WARNING" symbols:
IMPORTANT
ELECTRICAL
WARNING
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STATIC
SENSITVE
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING! This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio
communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause interference in which case the
user will be responsible to take whatever measures necessary to correct the interference.
You may find the booklet “How to Identify and Resolve Radio TV Interference Problems”
prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful. It is available from the U.S.
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Order stock no. 001-000-00315-4.
PROPER DISPOSAL
When this device reaches the end of its useful life, it must be properly disposed of. It must not
be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste. Within the European Union, this device should
be returned to the distributor from where it was purchased for proper disposal. This is in
accordance with EU Directive 2002/96/EC. Within North America, the device should be
disposed of in accordance with the local laws regarding the disposal of waste electrical and
electronic equipment.
It is everyone’s responsibility to help maintain the environment and to reduce the effects of
hazardous substances contained in electrical and electronic equipment on human health.
Please do your part by making certain that this device is properly disposed of. The symbol
shown below indicates that this device must not be disposed of in unsorted municipal waste
programs.
All rights reserved. Reproduction or use, without expressed written permission, of editorial or pictorial
content, in any manner, is prohibited. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the
information contained herein. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual,
the Seller assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for
damages resulting from use of the information contained herein. All instructions and diagrams have
been checked for accuracy and ease of application; however, success and safety in working with tools
depend to a great extent upon the individual accuracy, skill and caution. For this reason, the Seller is
not able to guarantee the result of any procedure contained herein. Nor can they assume responsibility
for any damage to property or injury to persons occasioned from the procedures. Persons engaging
the procedures do so entirely at their own risk.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Requirements:
Enclosure Type:
Enclosure Size:
Weight:
Operating Environment:
Display Size:
Display Resolution:
Transducer Excitation:
Signal Input Range:
Number of Load Cells:
Load Cell Cable Length:
Division Value:
Sensitivity:
NON-COMMERCIAL
NTEP
CANADA
OIML
Scale Divisions:
NON-COMMERCIAL
NTEP
CANADA
OIML
Internal Resolution:
Tare Capacity:
Sample Rate:
Auto Zero Range:
Weighing Units:
Keypad:
Standard I/O:
90 to 264 VAC (50/60 Hz)
NEMA 4X/IP66 Stainless Steel
12"W x 9 3/4"H x 3 3/4"D (305mm W x 247mm H x 95mm D)
16.2lbs (Includes Gimbal)
Temperature: 14 to 104 ºF (-10 to +40 ºC)
Humidity: 90% non-condensing (maximum)
5.25” x 4.0” (133 mm x 102 mm)
640 x 480 pixel matrix Color Backlit LCD
10.85 VDC
1.0 mV min. to 33 mV max. (with dead load boost)
14 each, 350 OHM minimum resistance
1260 feet maximum with sense lines
Consult factory for
30 feet maximum without sense lines other requirements
1, 2, or 5 x 10, 1, 0.1, 0.01, 0.001 and 0.0001 commercial
0 to 99, non-commercial
0.15 uV/e
0.3uV/e (Class III/IIIL)
0.3uV/e (Class III/IIIHD)
0.5 uV/e (Class III)
100 to 240,000
100 to 10,000 (Class III/IIIL)
100 to 10,000 (Class III/IIIHD)
100 to 10,000 (Class III), 1,000 (Class IIII)
> 100,000 Counts
Six Digits (999,999)
1 to 200 samples per second, selectable
0.5 or 1 through 9 divisions
Tons, Pounds, Tonnes ”Metric Tons”, Kilograms and Custom
Membrane type with 52 color-coded keys and using the display
“touch screen”, multiple programmable soft keys
1 ea bi-directional RS-232 port
1 ea bi-directional RS-232/20mA port
1 ea bi-directional RS-232/RS485 port
1 ea DeviceNet/ICAN port
4 ea Isolated Inputs and 4 ea Isolated Outputs port
1 ea 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port
2 ea USB A Host port
1 ea USB B Device port
1 ea Type 1 Compact Flash Slot
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FEATURES
Standard
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Time and Date with selectable 12 or 24 hour operation
Adjustable Filtering
Multi-Point Calibration
Gross, Tare and Net Conversion
Multi-Interval Feature
Push Button and Keypad Tare Function
SMA Level 2 Compliant Serial Communications (See www.scalemanufacturers.org)
Color-coded keypad with Alphanumeric and Navigation Keys
Interactive Touch Screen
Up to Eight Operators (one administrator and seven configurable users)
Optional
¾ 9 additional option slots
¾ 825-SIB Scale Input Board
¾ 825-DIO Digital Input/Output (provides 8 configurable digital input and output lines)
*These feature requires additional hardware and includes additional documentation.
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PRECAUTIONS
Static Electricity
CAUTION! This device contains static sensitive circuit cards and components.
Improper handling of these devices or printed circuit cards can result in damage to or
destruction of the component or card. Such actual and/or consequential damage IS
NOT covered under warranty and is the responsibility of the device owner. Electronic
components must be handled only by qualified electronic technicians who follow the
guidelines listed below:
ALWAYS handle printed circuit card assemblies by the outermost edges. NEVER
touch the components, component leads or connectors.
ALWAYS observe warning labels on static protective bags and packaging and
NEVER remove the card or component from the packaging until ready for use.
ALWAYS store and transport electronic printed circuit cards and components in antistatic protective bags or packaging.
ATTENTION! ALWAYS use a properly grounded wrist strap when handling,
removing or installing electronic circuit cards or components. Make certain that the
wrist strap ground lead is securely attached to an adequate ground. If you are
uncertain of the quality of the ground, you should consult a licensed electrician.
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SITE PREPARATION
Environmental
The Model 825 Weight Indicator meets or exceeds all certification requirements within a
temperature range of 14 to 104 °F (-10 to +40 °C).
In order to keep cooling requirements to a minimum, the indicator should be placed out of
direct sunlight and to provide adequate air circulation, keep the area around the indicator clear.
Make certain the indicator is not directly in front of a heating or cooling vent. Such a location
will subject the indicator to sudden temperature changes, which may result in unstable weight
readings.
Insure that the indicator has good, clean AC power and is properly grounded. In areas subject
to lightning strikes, additional protection to minimize lightning damage, such as surge
suppressors, should be installed.
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SITE PREPARATION, CONT.
The Model 825 Weight Indicator is a precision weight-measuring instrument. As with any
precision instrument, it requires an acceptable environment to operate at its peak performance
and reliability. This section is provided to assist you in obtaining such an environment.
Electrical Power
The 825 has been designed to operate from 90 to 264 VAC at 50/60 Hz. Note that a special
order is not required for operation at 230 VAC.
CAUTION! - To avoid electrical hazard and possible damage to the indicator,
DO NOT, under any circumstance, cut, remove, alter, or in any way bypass the
power cord grounding prong.
On installations requiring 230 VAC power, it is the responsibility of the customer to have a
qualified electrician install the proper power cord plug that conforms to national electrical codes
and local codes and ordinances.
The power outlet for the indicator should be on a separate circuit from the distribution panel.
This circuit should be dedicated to the exclusive use of the indicator. The wiring should
conform to national and local electrical codes and ordinances and should be approved by the
local inspector to assure compliance.
To prevent electrical noise interference, make certain all other wall outlets for use with air
conditioning and heating equipment, lighting or other equipment with heavily inductive loads,
such as welders, motors and solenoids are on circuits separate from the indicator. Many of
these disturbances originate within the building itself and can seriously affect the operation of
the instrument. These sources of disturbances must be identified and steps must be taken to
prevent possible adverse effects on the instrument. Examples of available alternatives include
isolation transformers, power regulators, uninterruptible power supplies, or simple line filters.
Transient Suppression
The following recommendations will help to reduce transients:
y Always use shielded cables to connect signal wires to the weight indicator.
y
Connect the cable shield (indicator end only) to a ground point inside the indicator.
Keep wires that extend beyond the shield as short as possible.
y
Do not run load cell or signal cables from the weight indicator along side or parallel to
wiring carrying AC power. If unavoidable, position the load cell and signal cables a
minimum of 24" away from all AC wiring.
y
Always use arc suppressors across all AC power relay contacts (see recommendations
at http://www.paktron.com/pdf/Quencharch_QRL.pdf).
y
Use zero voltage switching relays, optically isolated if possible.
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INSTALLATION
Before beginning installation of your Model 825 Weight Indicator, make certain that it has been
received in good condition. Carefully remove it from the shipping carton and inspect it for any
evidence of damage (such as exterior dents or scratches) that may have taken place during
shipment. Keep the carton and packing material for return shipment if it should become
necessary. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to file all claims for any damages or loss
incurred during transit.
Mounting the 825
NOTE! If your 825 indicator is already installed on a scale, the following information
describing its installation does not apply.
The Model 825 Indicator is housed in a NEMA 4X/IP66 stainless steel wall or desk-mount
enclosure. The 825 gimbal may be mounted on a desk, table or other smooth, flat, horizontal
surface or may be mounted on a wall. Refer to Figure No. 1 for a layout of wall-mounting.
Clearance for
#10 size screw
Figure No. 1
If wall mounted, make certain the mounting surface is strong enough to support the instrument.
The mounting location should be where the display is easily viewed while being close enough
to provide the operator easy access to the keypad. Carefully lay out the mounting hole
locations, then drill and install the anchor bolts. Attach the gimbal to the wall and securely
tighten the retaining bolts.
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
Load Cell Cable Connection with RFI Suppression
CAUTION! Disconnect any external load cell power supply before connecting
load cells to the indicator. Failure to do so will result in permanent damage to
the indicator.
Ground
Lug
AC Power
90-264 VAC
0.4 Amp
10/100 LAN
and USB
Access Cover
I/O (Serial, Isolated
Inputs/Outputs) or
Additional Scales
Scale
Figure No. 2
To eliminate RFI, the load cell cable should be routed through the special metallic gland
connector and the shield wire from the load cell cable must be connected to this gland
connector for grounding. Refer to Figure No. 2 for the gland connector layout.
1. Remove the 14 acorn nuts securing the
rear panel to the main housing.
2. Loosen and remove the metal gland
connector nut and remove the plastic
insert.
3. Referring to Figure No. 3, route the single
cable from the load cell or load cell
junction box through the nut and plastic
insert and into the enclosure.
4. With the load cell cable routed into the
enclosure, refer to Figure No. 4 and then
remove approximately 6 inches of the
cable outer insulating jacket exposing the
internal wires.
Figure No. 3
5. Next, cut the shield wire so that it extends
past the outer jacket approximately 3/4
inch.
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
6 inches
3/4 inch
Figure No. 4
1/4 inch
6. Now, remove 1/4 inch of insulation from the end of each of the six wires (with sense leads)
or four wires (without sense leads).
7. Remove the screw securing the 825 Scale Input Board (825-SIB) to the main PC board and
then lift the 825-SIB straight up to remove it from the enclosure. See Figure No. 5.
CAUTION!
Be careful not to strike board
against side of 825 enclosure
when removing.
Figure No. 5
Remove
this screw
8. Remove the 7-connector
terminal from the 825-SIB
(hold the board in place
and grasp the terminal
block connector and lift
straight up away from the
board. See Figure No. 6.
Hold board.
Grasp here
and lift up.
Figure No. 6
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
9. Referring to the table below and the labels on the circuit board for terminal connections,
connect each wire to the terminal block.
Board Label
+EXC
+SEN
+SIG
SHLD
Load Cell Wiring Table
Function
Board Label
Function
+ EXCITATION
- SIGNAL
-SIG
+ SENSE
- SENSE
-SEN
+ SIGNAL
- EXCITATION
-EXC
SHIELD (Not used, the shield wire is connected to metal gland).
Figure No. 7
Insert wire and
tighten screw.
10. To terminate a wire, loosen the screws in the terminal block and then insert the wire into
the terminal opening. Tighten the screw to secure the wire in place. See Figure No. 7.
11. Repeat the procedure until all wires are in place.
12. After all terminations have been made, remove the excess cable from the enclosure.
13. Referring to Figure No. 8, fold the shield wire back over the plastic insert and then insert
the plastic insert (with the shield wire) into the gland connector.
Figure No. 8
Shield
Wire
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
14. The shield wire is secured when tightening the gland connector nut. See Figure No. 9.
Figure No. 9
Shield
Wire
15. Do not over-tighten the connector but make certain it is snug.
Load Cell Cable Connection without RFI Suppression
The following instructions describe the load cell connection without RFI Suppression should it
not be required.
1. Remove the 14 acorn nuts securing the rear panel to the main housing.
2. Referring to Figure No. 2, choose a gland connector for the load cell cable and loosen it.
3. Slip the single cable from the load cell or load cell junction box through the gland connector
and into the enclosure.
4. Referring to Figure No. 4, remove 3 inches (not 6 inches) of the outer insulation jacket
5. Next, remove 1/4 inch of insulation from each of the six wires and shield (with sense leads)
or four wires and shield (with sense leads).
6. Referring to the table below and the labels on the circuit board for terminal connections,
connect each wire to the terminal block.
Board Label
+EXC
+SEN
+SIG
SHLD
Load Cell Wiring Table
Function
Board Label
Function
+ EXCITATION
- SIGNAL
-SIG
+ SENSE
- SENSE
-SEN
+ SIGNAL
- EXCITATION
-EXC
SHIELD (Connect the load cell cable shield wire here).
7. To terminate a wire, loosen the screws in the terminal block and then insert the wire into
the terminal opening. Tighten the screw to secure the wire in place. See Figure No. 7.
8. Repeat the procedure until all wires are in place.
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
Load Cell Connections with Over 30 Feet of Cable
For installations with over 30 feet of cable between the 825 and the load cells, sense wires
should be used. The sense wires must be connected between the +SENS, -SENS terminals
on the 825-SIB (Scale Input Board) and the +EXCITATION, -EXCITATION wires of the load
cells or the +SENS, -SENS terminals of the load cell trim board (or the section seal trim board).
For the 825-SIB to use the sense wires, the -SENS and +SENS jumpers J1 and J3 must be
open (on one pin only) or removed. Refer to Figure No. 10 for the location of these jumpers.
825-SIB (Scale Input Board)
J1 (-SEN)
J2 (DEAD LD)
P1
J3 (+SEN)
P3
Figure No. 10
P1 – FACTORY USE ONLY
P3 – LOAD CELL TERMINAL
Board Label
Function
+ EXCITATION
+EXC
+ SENSE
+SEN
+ SIGNAL
+SIG
SHIELD
SHLD
Board Label
-SIG
-SEN
-EXC
Function
- SIGNAL
- SENSE
- EXCITATION
J1 (-SEN) and J3 (+SEN) – SENSE JUMPERS
If the sense leads are NOT used, you must install the -SEN and +SEN jumpers at J1 and J3
(near the P3 terminal block). These jumpers connect the sense leads to the excitation leads.
If sense leads ARE used (as in motor truck scales or installations with over 30 feet between
the indicator and load cells), these jumpers should be open (on one pin only) or removed.
J2 (DEAD LD) – DEAD LOAD BOOST JUMPER
For scales with very low dead loads (less than 10% of the combined load cell capacity),
connect the DEAD LD (dead load boost) jumper J2 (near the P3 terminal block).
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
I/O Cable Preparation and Installation
The 825 indicator may be connected to a printer to record weight and associated data or it may
be connected to a remote display or even to a computer for transmission of weight data. The
weight data may be transmitted on demand (pressing the PRINT key or on receipt of a
command from the computer).
1. If the rear panel of the indicator has been removed, proceed to step 2. Otherwise, remove
the 14 acorn nuts securing the rear panel to the main housing.
2. Referring to Figure No. 2, choose a gland connector for the I/O cable and loosen it.
3. Slip the cable through the gland connector and into the enclosure.
4. Referring to Figure No. 4, remove 3 inches (not 6 inches) of the outer insulation jacket
5. Next, remove 1/4 inch of insulation from each of the wires.
6. Referring to the corresponding I/O tables and figures in the next sections, connect each
wire to the terminal block.
7. To terminate a wire, loosen the screws in the terminal block and then insert the wire into
the terminal opening. Tighten the screw to secure the wire in place.
8. Repeat the procedure until all wires are in place.
RS232 Terminal Connections
Refer to the table and Figure No. 11 below to connect each wire to the terminal block.
RS232 COM1, COM2, and COM3
TERMINALS P22, P21 and P20
Terminal
Function
TXD (Transmit)
1
RXD (Receive)
2
RTS (Ready To Send)
3
CTS (Clear To Send)
4
GND (Ground)
5
•
•
•
IMPORTANT!
COM1 is RS232 only (no jumper or shunt).
COM2 requires J7 shunt installed on RS232.
COM3 requires J8 shunt installed on RS232.
Figure No. 11
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
20mA Terminal Connections
Refer to the table and Figures No. 12 and 13 below to connect each wire to the terminal block.
20mA COM2 – TERMINAL P21
Terminal
Function
TXA (Transmit A)
1
TXB (Transmit B)
2
RXA (Receive A)
3
RXB (Receive B)
4
GND (Ground)
5
•
•
•
Figure No. 12
8545-M838-O1 y 825 Installation & Technical
IMPORTANT!
COM2 requires J7 shunt installed on 20mA.
825 Active requires J3 installed.
825 Passive requires J3 removed.
Figure No. 13
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
RS485 Terminal Connections
Refer to the table and Figure No. 14 below to connect each wire to the terminal block.
RS485 COM3 – TERMINAL P20
Terminal
Function
TXA (Transmit A)
1
TXB (Transmit B)
2
RXA (Receive A)
3
RXB (Receive B)
4
GND (Ground)
5
•
•
•
•
IMPORTANT!
COM3 requires J8 shunt installed on RS485.
2-Wire requires J5 and J6 installed.
4-Wire requires J5 and J6 removed.
Install J9 if 825 is last device on RS-485 bus.
Figure No. 14
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
DeviceNet Terminal Connections
Refer to the table and Figure No. 15 below to connect each wire to the terminal block.
DEVICENET – TERMINAL P19
Terminal
Function
1
V2
CAN L
3
SHIELD
4
CAN H
5
V+
•
•
Turns on when
external DeviceNet
power is applied.
IMPORTANT!
DeviceNet requires J4 and J11 removed.
Install J10 if 825 is last device on CAN bus.
Turns on when link
is established with
scanner.
Figure No. 15
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
I/O (Input/Output) Terminal Connections – 825 Source Power
Refer to the table and Figure No. 16 below to connect each wire to the terminal block.
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
INPUT/OUTPUT – TERMINAL P16 (825 SOURCE POWER)
Function
Terminal
Function
12v (12VDC from 825)
OUT1 (Output 1 @ 100mA MAX.)
6
IN1 (Input 1)
OUT2 (Output 2 @ 100mA MAX.)
7
IN2 (Input 2)
OUT3 (Output 3 @ 100mA MAX.)
8
IN3 (Input 3)
OUT4 (Output 4 @ 100mA MAX.)
9
IN4 (Input 4)
GND (Ground)
10
IMPORTANT!
•
Install J1 and J2 to allow the 825 to supply (source) 12VDC to a solid-state relay or other
load (100 mA maximum).
Figure No. 16
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
I/O (Input/Output) Terminal Connections – External Power Source
Refer to the table and Figure No. 17 below to connect each wire to the terminal block.
INPUT/OUTPUT – TERMINAL P16 (EXTERNAL POWER SOURCE)
Terminal
Function
Terminal
Function
12v (12 to 24VDC)
OUT1 (Output 1 @ 100mA MAX.)
1
6
IN1 (Input 1)
OUT2 (Output 2 @ 100mA MAX.)
2
7
IN2 (Input 2)
OUT3 (Output 3 @ 100mA MAX.)
3
8
IN3 (Input 3)
OUT4 (Output 4 @ 100mA MAX.)
4
9
IN4 (Input 4)
GND (Ground)
5
10
IMPORTANT!
•
•
•
For completely isolated outputs (when using an external power source), remove J1 and J2.
Connect 12 to 24VDC to P16 pin 1 and GND to P16 pin 10.
Load must still be 100 mA maximum.
Figure No. 17
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INSTALLATION, CONT.
Re-Installing the Rear Panel
After all terminations have been made;
1. Reinstall the 825-SIB into the enclosure, taking care not to strike the board against the side
of the 825 enclosure (see Figure No. 18 below).
2. Secure the 825-SIB to the main PC board with the screw removed earlier.
CAUTION!
When installing 825-SIB, be
careful not to strike board
against side of 825 enclosure.
Figure No. 18
Secure 825-SIB
to main board
by installing
this screw.
3. Remove the excess cable from the indicator enclosure and securely tighten each of the
cable gland connectors.
y
Do not over-tighten these connectors but make certain they are snug.
y
DO NOT USE TOOLS! Finger-tighten only!
4. Ensure any unused gland connectors are plugged and replace the rear panel.
5. Secure the rear panel with the 14 acorn nuts removed earlier.
6. Follow a diagonal pattern when tightening the acorn nuts.
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MAIN PC BOARD
CAUTION! This board contains static sensitive components. Improper
P21 – COM2
RS232/20mA
P20 – COM3
RS232/RS485
P19 – ICAN
DEVICENET
P16 – I/O
INPUT/OUTPUT
P18 – USB A P17
HOST (2)
USB B
10/100 LAN DEVICE P22 – COM1
RS232 ONLY
J7
J3
D19
D21
D22
D23
P13
D14
Auto
Power-On
Jumper
D16
D17
D18
J5 J6 J9
J8
D15
D20
J11
D24
J4
J10
J2
J1
handling can result in damage to or destruction of the components or board.
Such actual and/or consequential damage IS NOT covered under warranty.
P14
Figure No. 19
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MAIN PC BOARD, CONT.
Jumpers
J1 and J2 – ISO I/O
When installed, these jumpers allow the 825 indicator to supply (source) 12VDC to a solidstate relay or other load (100 mA maximum).
To completely isolate the outputs when using an external power source, remove (or place on
one pin only) J1 and J2. The external power source must provide 12 to 24 VDC to P16 pin 1
(12V) and a ground return to P16 pin 10 (GND). The load must still be 100 mA maximum.
J3 – 20mA SRC
This bank of 4 individual jumpers control the 20mA TXD and RXD current source and
active/isolate status of P21 (COM2) when the J7 shunt has been installed to select 20mA
current loop serial protocol for P21 (COM2).
TX 20mA Current Source Enable
RX 20mA Current Source Active/Isolate
TX 20mA Current Source
Active/Isolate
RX 20mA Current Source Enable
J4 and J11 – ICAN
When J4 and J11 are installed, the ICAN functions of P19 are enabled. To enable the
DeviceNet functions of P19, jumpers J4 and J11 must be open (on one pin only or removed).
J5 and J6 – 2 WIRE RS-485 JUMPERS
These jumpers select RS-485 2-wire or 4-wire operation. When installed, the RS-485
operation is 2-wire (half duplex). To enable 4-wire (full duplex) operation, jumpers J5 and J6
must be open (on one pin only or removed).
J7 – RS-232/20mA
This shunt (2x5-pin jumper) controls whether P21 (COM2) uses RS232 or 20mA current loop serial protocol. When the shunt is installed
on the center row of pins and the RS232 row of pins, the RS-232 serial
protocol is used. To enable the 20mA current loop serial protocol for
P21 (COM2) the shunt must be installed on the center row of pins and
the 20mA row of pins.
J8 – RS-232/RS485
This shunt (2x5-pin jumper) controls whether P20 (COM3) uses
RS-232 or RS-485 serial protocol. When the shunt is installed on the
center row of pins and the RS232 row of pins, the RS-232 serial
protocol is used. To enable the RS-485 serial protocol for P20 (COM3)
the shunt must be installed on the center row of pins and the RS485
row of pins.
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MAIN PC BOARD, CONT.
J9 – NODE TERMINATION
This jumper is for the RS-485 node termination selection. When installed, the RS-485 node
is terminated indicating the 825 is the last device on the RS-485 bus. If the 825 is not the last
device on the RS-485 bus (e.g., it is in the middle of the bus), then it must be un-terminated
and jumper J9 must be open (on one pin only or removed).
J10 – END NODE
This jumper is for the CAN bus end node selection. Install this jumper when the 825 is the
last device on the CAN bus. When the 825 is not the last device on the CAN bus (e.g., it is in
the middle of the bus), then J10 must be open (on one pin only or removed).
Connectors
P3 = PCI Express connector for standard Scale Input Board (825-SIB).
P4 to P12 = PCI Express connectors for 825 option cards.
P13 = Program connector and auto power-on jumper (pins 2 and 4).
When a jumper is installed across pins 2 and 4 of this connector, whenever power is
applied to the indicator, it will turn on automatically without pressing the ON/OFF key.
This is especially useful if power is lost momentarily and then reapplied.
P14 = Power connector.
P15 = BDM connector (For Factory Use only).
P16 = I/O (Input/Output) 10 position terminal block.
P17 = USB B Device connector.
P18 = USB A Host (2) and 10/100 LAN connector.
P19 = DeviceNet/ICAN 5 position terminal block.
P20 = COM3 (RS-232/RS-485) 5 position terminal block.
P21 = COM2 (RS-232/20mA) 5 position terminal block.
P22 = COM1 (RS-232 only) 5 position terminal block.
Status LED’S
D14 = Turned on to indicate the 12 VDC supply exceeds 2A.
D15 = For Factory Use only.
D16 = Turned on to indicate the 20mA TXD SRC (transmit current source) is enabled.
D17 = Turned on to indicate 20mA is present in TXD (transmit) loop.
D18 = Turned on to indicate the 20mA RXD SRC (receive current source) is enabled.
D19 = Turned on to indicate 20mA is present in RXD (receive) loop.
D20 = Turned on when external DeviceNet power is applied.
D21 = Blinks when the USB hub is enabled.
D22 = Turned on to indicate the USB1 host is enabled.
D23 = Turned on to indicate the USB2 host is enabled.
D24 = Turned on to indicate the DeviceNet link with the PLC is established.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
The Model 825 indicator has an interactive (Touch Screen) display, a full “QWERTY”
alphanumeric keypad and four navigation keys with an interactive ENTER key. The keypad
and touch screen are used to enter commands and data into the indicator. This section
describes each key along with its normal function. Refer to Figure No. 20 or the actual
indicator while reading this section.
IMPORTANT! The membrane keypad is not to be operated with pointed objects
(pencils, pens, fingernails, etc). In addition, the interactive touch screen is
glass (fragile) and should not be operated with pointed objects and with
excessive force. Damage to the keypad and touch screen resulting from this
practice is NOT covered under warranty.
Interactive
Touch Screen
ON/OFF
Key
Navigation
Keys
QWERTY Keys
(Alphanumeric)
Figure No. 20
ON I/OFF { KEY
Pressing the ON/OFF key when the 825 is off will turn the indicator ON. If the indicator is
already on, you must press and hold the ON/OFF key for about four (4) seconds to turn
the indicator OFF.
IMPORTANT! If the auto power-on jumper has been installed (across pins 2 and 4 of P13)
whenever AC power is applied to the indicator (or the AC cord plugged in), it will turn on
automatically without pressing the ON/OFF key.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Navigation Keys
The Navigation Keys are used to move around and highlight the soft keys and menu selections
configured by the Standard indicator and Application programs. During setup and calibration,
they are used to select (highlight) the parameter to change and to advance to the next
parameter, backup to the previous parameter or exit” to the previous screen.
V
Press the Down Arrow key to move “down” to highlight the selection.
U
Press the UP Arrow key to move “up” to highlight the selection.
Y
Press the Left Arrow key to move “left” to highlight the selection.
Z
Press the Right Arrow key to move “right” to highlight the selection.
ENTER
The Navigation Keys ENTER key is used to select and perform the function of a highlighted
soft key or menu selection.
Note that this key and alphanumeric ENTER key perform the same functions. Either key
can be used when entering or changing data to signal the completion of data entry and
process the data entered. During normal operations (as well as Calibration and Setup),
pressing the key will retain the current settings for the parameters displayed and advance to
next screen.
Alphanumeric Keys
This section describes the alphanumeric keys along with any special functions they have. The
alphanumeric keys are used to enter commands and data into the indicator during normal
operations as well as during Calibration and Setup.
QWERTY KEYS
These keys are used to enter alphabetical characters during Calibration and Setup as well
as during normal operations.
NUMERIC KEYS (1 to 9 and 0)
These keys are used to enter numeric data during the setup and calibration as well as
during normal operation of the indicator. Note that they have alternate meanings. See the
SHIFT and FUNCT keys
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Alphanumeric Keys, Cont.
SHIFT©
Pressing this key before pressing an alphanumeric key will cause the key to output its
alternate meaning.
When combined with the QWERTY (alphabetic) keys, the SHIFT key causes a lower case
(not a capital letter) to be output. For example, pressing the SHIFT key then the A key will
output a lower case “a” (not a capital letter).
Pressing the SHIFT key before pressing a numeric key will cause the key to output the black
symbol (upper left of each key). For example, pressing the SHIFT key and then the 4 key
will output the $ dollar sign.
FUNCT
Pressing the blue FUNCT key before pressing a numeric key will cause the key to output
the blue symbol (upper right of each key). For example, pressing the FUNCT key and then
the 7 key will output the \ (backslash) character.
←⎯ /ESC
This key has several functions. When entering data (either during setup and calibration or
during normal operation) pressing this key will delete (backspace) the last character
entered. If more than the last character is incorrect, press the ←⎯ /ESC key for each
character to be deleted. Note that the indicator will ignore pressing this key if no characters
have been entered.
When combined with the SHIFT key (pressing the SHIFT key and then the ←⎯ /ESC key),
the display will "escape” (return or backup) to the previous screen.
ENTER
The ENTER key is used when entering or changing data to signal the completion of data
entry and process the data entered. During normal operations (as well as Calibration and
Setup), pressing the key will retain the current settings for the parameters displayed and
advance to next screen.
Note that this key and the Navigation Keys ENTER key perform the same functions. Either
key can be used to select and perform the function of a highlighted soft key or menu
selection.
SPACE
This key is used to enter a blank space during alphanumeric data input for setup and
calibration as well as during normal operations. In addition, some parameters in setup and
calibration require pressing the SPACE key to toggle its status or to step through the
available selections.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Standard Indicator Keys
This section describes the Standard Indicator keys (displayed on the Weight screen) along
with their functions as programmed by the 825 Standard indicator menu selection.
Refer to the actual indicator screen while reading this section.
IMPORTANT! In order to use the Standard Indicator keys, the operator must press the
alphanumeric letter key corresponding to the underlined letter on the key (e.g., Z for the
Zero key) or the first letter on the key (e.g., O for Operator) to perform the key function.
Note that the Navigation Keys can be used to select (highlight) the key and then after
pressing the ENTER key, the key function will be performed.
Operator
Pressing the O key will prompt for the input of a new operator.
1.
2.
3.
4.
The display will change to show the Login screen.
Enter the login and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the password prompt.
Enter the password and then press the ENTER key to proceed.
Otherwise, press the ESC key to return to the Weight screen.
Scale
Pressing the S key (with multiple scales) will toggle through the available scales and, if
enabled, the totalizer. Note that pressing this key with only one scale, the screen will
display the message Only one scale.
Date/Time
Pressing the D key allows the operator to change the date and time. For information on
changing the date and time, refer to the Setting Date and Time section of this manual.
TARE (Key Entry Tare)
This key allows the operator to enter a tare weight (up to the capacity of the scale). Note
that the tare weight is the amount of weight to be subtracted from the gross weight to obtain
the net weight.
1. Press the T key.
2. The display will change to show the Set Tare screen.
3. Using the numeric keys (use the period for the decimal point), enter the tare weight and
then press the ENTER key.
4. The display will return to the Weight screen, showing the Gross, Tare and Net weights.
IMPORTANT! The tare weight will remain until another tare weight is entered or it is
cleared. Clearing the tare weight can be only performed when zero weight is on the scale.
1. With the zero weight on the scale, press the A (TARE (Pushbutton Tare) key.
2. The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only.
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Standard Indicator Keys, Cont.
NET/GROSS
Pressing the N key (if in Gross mode) or the G key (if in Net mode) will toggle between the
Gross weight and Net weight. In the Gross weight mode, the total of all weight placed on
the scale since the display was zeroed is displayed. In the Net Weight mode, the Gross,
Tare and Net weight is displayed.
IMPORTANT! If a valid tare weight has not been entered, pressing this key will
momentarily display the message:
Cannot show net – tare zero
The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only
ID
This key allows the operator to enter an ID (identification) for use in printing. Note that after
entering an ID, it will be displayed on the Weight screen below the ID key.
1. Press the I key.
2. The display will change to show the Set ID screen.
3. Using the alphanumeric keys, enter up to a ten (10) character ID and then press the
ENTER key to save it.
IMPORTANT! Once an ID has been entered, it will remain until another ID is entered or it is
cleared.
1. To clear an ID, first press the I key.
2. With the Set ID screen displayed, press the SPACE key and then the ENTER key.
3. The display will return to the Weight screen with no ID shown below the ID key.
ZERO
Pressing the Z key allows the operator to reset the Gross weight to zero. IMPORTANT! If
the gross weight exceeds the zero limit for this key, pressing this key will momentarily
display the message:
CANNOT ZERO –
The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only
Note that the zero limit may be either 4% or 100% of the scale capacity. This limit is set
during setup and calibration (see the Zero Limit parameter).
TARE (Pushbutton Tare)
Pressing the A key will act as a pushbutton tare and will store the current Gross weight as
the new tare weight and will switch the display to the Net weight mode.
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Standard Indicator Keys, Cont.
UNITS
Pressing the U key will change the weighing units to the alternate units if available. For
example, with lb (pounds) showing, pressing this key will change the weight units to kg
(kilograms). IMPORTANT! This feature must be enabled during setup and calibration (see
the Base Units and Conv Units parameters).
PRINT
Pressing the P key will initiate the transmission of weight data to the ticket printer. If
displaying Gross weight, the time, date and gross weight are printed. If displaying net
weight, the time, date, gross, tare and net weights are printed. IMPORTANT! If the weight
is less than zero (negative weight), pressing this key will momentarily display the message:
Cannot print BELOW ZERO –
The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only. Also, if the weight
is unstable (motion on the scale), pressing this key will momentarily display the message:
Cannot print MOTION –
The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS, CONT.
Touch Screen Keys
This section describes the Touch Screen keys along with their functions as programmed by the
825 Application program menu selection. Refer to Figure No. 21 below or the actual
indicator touch screen while reading this section.
Figure No. 21
Operator
Pressing this key will prompt for the input of a new operator.
1.
2.
3.
4.
The display will change to show the Login screen.
Enter the login and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the password prompt.
Enter the password and then press the ENTER key to proceed.
Otherwise, press the ESC key to return to the Weight screen.
Scale
Pressing this key (with multiple scales) will toggle through the available scales and, if
enabled, the totalizer. Note that pressing this key with only one scale, the screen will
display the message Only one scale.
Date/Time
Pressing this key allows the operator to change the date and time. For information on
changing the date and time, refer to the Setting Date and Time section of this manual.
MENU
Pressing this key allows viewing or clearing the accumulators. For information on viewing or
clearing the accumulators, refer to the Accumulators section of this manual.
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Touch Screen Keys, Cont.
TARE (Key Entry Tare)
Pressing this key allows the operator to enter a tare weight (up to the capacity of the scale).
Note that the tare weight is the amount of weight to be subtracted from the gross weight to
obtain the net weight.
1. Press the TARE key.
2. The display will change to show the Set Tare screen.
3. Using the numeric keys (use the period for the decimal point), enter the tare weight and
then press the ENTER key.
4. The display will return to the Weight screen, showing the Gross, Tare and Net weights.
IMPORTANT! The tare weight will remain until another tare weight is entered or it is
cleared. Clearing the tare weight can be only performed when zero weight is on the scale.
1. With the zero weight on the scale, press the TARE (Pushbutton Tare) key.
2. The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only.
NET/GROSS
Pressing the NET key (if in Gross mode) or the GROSS key (if in Net mode) will toggle
between the Gross weight and Net weight. In the Gross weight mode, the total of all weight
placed on the scale since the display was zeroed is displayed. In the Net Weight mode, the
Gross, Tare and Net weight is displayed.
IMPORTANT! If a valid tare weight has not been entered, pressing this key will
momentarily display the message:
Cannot show net – tare zero
The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only
ID
Pressing this key allows the operator to enter an ID (identification) for use in printing. Note
that after entering an ID, it will be displayed on the Weight screen below the ID key.
1. Press the ID key.
2. The display will change to show the Set ID screen.
3. Using the alphanumeric keys, enter up to a ten (10) character ID and then press the
ENTER key to save it.
IMPORTANT! Once an ID has been entered, it will remain until another ID is entered or it is
cleared.
4. To clear an ID, first press the ID key.
5. With the Set ID screen displayed, press the SPACE key and then the ENTER key.
6. The display will return to the Weight screen with no ID shown below the ID key.
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Touch Screen Keys, Cont.
ZERO
This key allows the operator to reset the Gross weight to zero. IMPORTANT! If the gross
weight exceeds the zero limit for this key, pressing this key will momentarily display the
message:
CANNOT ZERO –
The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only
Note that the zero limit may be either 4% or 100% of the scale capacity. This limit is set
during setup and calibration (see the Zero Limit parameter).
TARE (Pushbutton Tare)
Pressing this key will act as a pushbutton tare and will store the current Gross weight as the
new tare weight and will switch the display to the Net weight mode.
UNITS
Pressing this key will change the weighing units to the alternate units if available. For
example, with lb (pounds) showing, pressing this key will change the weight units to kg
(kilograms). IMPORTANT! This feature must be enabled during setup and calibration (see
the Base Units and Conv Units parameters).
PRINT
Pressing this key will initiate the transmission of weight data to the ticket printer. If
displaying Gross weight, the time, date and gross weight are printed. If displaying net
weight, the time, date, gross, tare and net weights are printed. IMPORTANT! If the weight
is less than zero (negative weight), pressing this key will momentarily display the message:
Cannot print BELOW ZERO –
The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only. Also, if the weight
is unstable (motion on the scale), pressing this key will momentarily display the message:
Cannot print MOTION –
The display will return to the Weight screen, showing gross weight only
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ANNUNCIATORS
The annunciators are displayed on the Weight screen to show that the 825 is in the mode
corresponding to the annunciator label or that the status indicated by the label is active.
CENTER ZERO
This is shown on the Weight screen to indicate that the displayed (zero) weight is within +/- 1/4
division of the center of zero.
GROSS
This is shown on the Weight screen to indicate that the 825 is in the Gross weight mode.
NET
This is shown on the Weight screen when the 825 is in the Net weight mode. Note that the
screen will display the Gross, Tare and Net weights.
TARE
This is shown on the Weight screen to indicate that a Tare weight has been stored. Note that
the Gross and Net weights will be displayed also.
tn
This is displayed on the Weight screen to show that the weight units are avoirdupois tons.
lb
This is displayed on the Weight screen to show that the weight unit is pounds.
t
This is displayed on the Weight screen to show that the weight units are tonnes (metric tons).
kg
This is displayed on the Weight screen to show that the weight units are kilograms.
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SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
With the Weight screen displayed, press the Date/Time key on the touch screen or use the
Navigation Keys to select (highlight) the Date/Time key and then press the ENTER key. The
display will change to show the Set Date/Time screen.
Year:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed, the current setting for Year: will be shown. If the
setting displayed is correct, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to Month:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the year (e.g., 2008) and then press the V Down
Arrow to advance to Month:.
Month:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed, the current setting for Month: will be shown. If
the setting displayed is correct, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to Day:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the month (1 = Jan, 2 = Feb...12 = Dec) and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to Day:.
Day:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed, the current setting for Day: will be shown. If the
setting displayed is correct, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to Hour:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the day of the month (1 to 31) and then press the
V Down Arrow to advance to Hour:.
Hour:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed, the current setting for Hour: will be shown. If the
setting displayed is correct, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to Minute:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the hour in 24 hour time (e.g., 3 p.m. = 15) and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to Minute:.
Minute:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed, the current setting for Minute: will be shown. If
the setting displayed is correct, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to Second:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the minutes (0 to 59 ) and then press the V Down
Arrow to advance to Second:.
Second:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed, the current setting for Second: will be shown. If
the setting displayed is correct, press the ENTER key to save all of the new settings and
return to the Weight screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the seconds (0 to 59) and then press the ENTER
key to save all of the new settings and return to the Weight screen.
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SETUP AND CALIBRATION
Your 825 indicator has been thoroughly tested and calibrated before being shipped to you. If
you received the indicator attached to a scale, calibration is not necessary. If the indicator is
being connected to a scale for the first time or recalibration is necessary for other reasons,
proceed as indicated.
During the calibration and setup process, it is necessary to enter operational parameters and
data using the indicator keypad.
Calibration and Setup of the indicator is accomplished entirely by the keypad and does not
require removing a calibration jumper or pressing a calibration switch. However, the login and
password prompt feature can lock access to calibration and setup.
1. With the Login screen and prompt displayed, use the alpha-numeric keys to enter the
login and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the password prompt
2. Enter the password using the alphanumeric keys and then press the ENTER key to
proceed with Calibration and Setup.
IMPORTANT! The 825 will arrive from the factory with the calibration access
locked by the “login” and “password” prompts protection. The factory default
login and password are “ADMIN” and “81440”.
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The membrane keypad is not to be operated with pointed objects (pencils,
pens, fingernails, etc). In addition, the interactive touch screen is glass and
should not be operated with pointed objects and with excessive force.
Damage to the keypad and touch screen resulting from this practice is NOT
covered under warranty.
Figure No. 22
Navigation
Keys
Alphanumeric
Keys
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) the parameter to change or press the
number key corresponding to the parameter to change.
Press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow to “advance” to the next parameter selection.
Press the Navigation Keys U UP Arrow to “backup” to the previous parameter selection.
Press the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to “exit” to the previous screen.
Pressing the alphanumeric or Navigation Keys ENTER key without entering a new value
will retain the current setting and return to the previous or next screen.
Use the alphanumeric keys to enter new values for parameters requiring data input.
Some parameters require pressing the SPACE key to toggle its status or to step
through the available selections.
After entering (or selecting) a new value, press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow to
advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to the previous or next screen.
Press the ESC/←⎯ (backspace) key to delete an incorrect value or character entered.
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To Begin Setup and Calibration
1. Press the ON/OFF key to turn on the 825. The display will perform a short self-test and
then change to the Startup screen showing the software versions and status of the main
board and option cards.
IMPORTANT! When the 825 is initially started, a countdown starting at 7
seconds will appear to the right of the 1. Application program selection.
When the countdown is complete, the application program mode will
automatically start.
2. Press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow or U UP Arrow to stop the countdown to
allow unlimited time to review the Startup screen.
3. The screen will display the status of the main board and the option cards. The status
will show “good” if there is no error indicated or an error code if there is an error. Refer
to the Error Codes section of this manual for more information.
4. If no error code is shown, press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow or U UP Arrow to
(highlight) the Setup menu option and then press the ENTER key or press the 3 key to
select the Setup menu option. The display will change to show the Setup Menu
screen.
IMPORTANT! If the Login and Password protection feature has been enable,
the Login screen will be displayed instead of the Setup Menu screen.
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1. Date/Time
With the Setup Menu displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 1. Date/Time and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Set Date/Time screen.
Year:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed the current setting for the Year: parameter will
be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the year (e.g., 2008) and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the previous screen.
Month:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed the current setting for the Month: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the month (1 = Jan, 2 = Feb...12 = Dec) and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
Day:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed the current setting for the Day: parameter will
be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the day of the month (1 to 31) and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
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Hour:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed the current setting for the Hour: parameter will
be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the hour in 24 hour time (e.g., 3 p.m. = 15) and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
Minute:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed the current setting for the Minute: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the minutes (0 to 59 ) and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the previous screen.
Second:
With the Set Date/Time screen displayed the current setting for the Second: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key or the
Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the seconds (0 to 59) and then press the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
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2. Communication
With the Setup Menu displayed, press the 2 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 2. Communication and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Communication Menu screen.
1. Network
With the Communication Menu displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 1. Network and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Setup Network screen.
DHCP:
With the Setup Network screen displayed the current setting for the DHCP: parameter will
be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
DHCP: Yes
Select Yes for automatic IP
assignment from a DHCP server
connected to your network
DHCP: No
Selecting NO allows manual entry
of the Client IP, Gateway, Netmask,
Broadcast, and Nameserver values
IMPORTANT! If No is selected for DHCP:, the following additional
parameters will be shown and require data to be entered. Otherwise,
proceed to the Web Server: parameter.
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Client IP:
With No selected for DHCP: the current setting for Client IP: will be shown. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys (and the period key) to enter the IP address for this
indicator and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. The format for
the IP address is: ## . # . # . ## (e.g., 90.1.2.68). IMPORTANT! No other device on the
network should have this IP address.
Gateway:
With No selected for DHCP: the current setting for Gateway: will be shown. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys (and the period key) to enter the gateway address and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. The format for the gateway
address is: # . # . # . # (e.g., 0.0.0.0).
Netmask:
With No selected for DHCP: the current setting for Netmask: will be shown. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys (and the period key) to enter the Netmask and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the previous screen. IMPORTANT! The Netmask of
the indicator should match the Netmask of the other computers on your network. The
format for the Netmask is: ### . ### . ### . # (e.g., 255.255.252.0).
Broadcast:
With No selected for DHCP: the current setting for Broadcast: will be shown. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys (and the period key) to enter the broadcast address and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. The format for the gateway
address is: ## . # . # . # (e.g., 90.1.2.3).
Nameserver:
With No selected for DHCP: the current setting for Nameserver: will be shown. If the
setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys (and period key) to enter the address of a name server
to translate names into IP addresses and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to
the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the
previous screen. The format for the Nameserver is: ## . # . # . # (e.g., 90.1.2.8).
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Web Server:
With the Setup Network screen displayed the current setting for the Web Server:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
Web Server: Yes
Startup Web Server is Enabled.
Web Server: No
Startup Web Server is Disabled.
Weight Server:
With the Setup Network screen displayed the current setting for the Weight Server:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key or
the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
Weight Server: Yes
Startup Weight Server is Enabled.
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Startup Weight Server is Disabled.
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2. Comm Port 1 Defaults
3. Comm Port 2 Defaults
4. Comm Port 3 Defaults
With the Communication Menu displayed, press the 2, 3 or 4 key or use the Navigation
Keys to select (highlight) the Com port to be configured and then press the ENTER key.
The display will change to show the setup screen for the Com port selected.
Baud:
With the Setup Com port screen displayed the current setting for the Baud: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the baud rate and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen display. Supported Baud rates are:
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
57600
115200
Parity:
With the Setup Com port 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Parity:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the parity and then press the
V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen. Supported Parity is:
None (No Parity)
Even
Odd
Data Bits:
With the Setup Com port 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Data Bits:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the data bits and then press the V Down Arrow
to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
return to the previous screen. Supported Data Bits are 7 or 8.
Stop Bits:
With the Setup Com port 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Stop Bits:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key or
the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the stop bits and then press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Supported Stop Bits are 1 or 2.
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SETUP AND CALIBRATION, CONT.
5. DeviceNet
With the Communication Menu displayed, press the 5 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 5. DeviceNet and then press the ENTER key. The display will change
to show the DeviceNet screen.
Enable:
With the DeviceNet screen displayed, the current setting for the Enable: parameter will
be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
Enable: Yes
Select Yes to Enable the DeviceNet
Enable: No
Select No to Disable the DeviceNet
IMPORTANT! Jumpers J4 and J11 on the main PC board must be removed
to use connector P19 for DeviceNet.
Node Address:
With the DeviceNet screen displayed, the current setting for the Node Address: will be
shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the Node Address and then press the V Down
Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the previous screen. Supported Node Addresses are 0 to 63.
Baud:
With the DeviceNet screen displayed, the current setting for the Baud: parameter will be
shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key or the Navigation
Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the baud rate and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen. Supported Baud rates are:
125K
250K
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3. Calibration
With the Setup Menu displayed, press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 3. Calibration and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Setup Scale Number screen.
Scale Number:
With the Setup Scale Number screen displayed, the current setting for the Scale Number:
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to proceed to the
next screen or the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the scale number to configure and/or calibrate and
then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and proceed to the next screen.
The display will briefly show:
Waiting for parameters
Waiting for multi interval
settings
and then change to show the Scale 1 – Calibrations Options screen.
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1. Parameters
With the Scale 1 – Calibration Options screen displayed, press the 1 key or use the
Navigation Keys to select (highlight) 1. Parameters. and then press the ENTER key.
The display will change to show the Scale 1 – Calibration General screen.
Scale 1 – Calibration – General
Capacity:
With the Scale 1 - Calibration – General screen displayed the current setting for the
Capacity: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the maximum weight that may be weighed on
the scale and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Note that the
Capacity cannot exceed 7 digits. Allowable values are 1 through 9,999,999.
Base Units:
With the Scale 1 - Calibration – General screen displayed the current setting for the
Base Units: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the Base Units and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Supported Base Units are:
lb (pounds)
kg (kilograms
Base Units Selections
tn (tons)
Custom¿
tonne (metric tons)
¿ If Custom is selected for Base Units:, the following additional parameter will be
shown (below the Base Units: parameter) and requires data to be entered. Otherwise,
proceed to the Interval: parameter.
Custom Label:
With Custom selected for Base Units: the current setting for Custom label: will be
shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the alpha-numeric keys to enter a new description for the Base Units
Custom label (up to 4 characters, e.g., Gal. for Gallons) and then press the V Down
Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the previous screen.
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Interval:
With the Scale 1 - Calibration – General screen displayed the current setting for the
Interval: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next parameter. NOTE! If using multiples intervals, this is the low interval.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the interval (or minimum increment of weight
reading) and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Allowable
values are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 or 100.
Interval Dec:
With the Scale 1 - Calibration – General screen displayed the current setting for the
Interval Dec: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the interval decimal places and then press the
V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen. Allowable values are 0 to 5.
0 = #######
1 = ######.#
2 = #####.##
3 = ####.###
4 = ###.####
5 = ##.#####
Conv Units:
With the Scale 1 - Calibration – General screen displayed the current setting for the
Conv Units: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the Conv Units and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Supported Conv Units are:
lb (pounds)
kg (kilograms
Conv Units Selections
tn (tons)
None
tonne (metric tons)
Custom¿
¿ If Custom is selected for Conv Units:, an additional parameter (below the Conv
Units: parameter) and the conversion setup screen will be shown. Otherwise, proceed
to the Scale 1 - Calibration – Filtering screen.
Custom Label:
With Custom selected for Conv Units: the current setting for Custom label: will be
shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to proceed to the
next screen or the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter a new description for the Conv Units
Custom Label (up to 5 characters, e.g., Litre for Litre) and then press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and proceed to the next screen.
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Scale 1 - Calibration – Conversion
Conv Factor:
The Conv Factor (conversion factor) is a number that the Base Units (or Conv Units)
must be multiplied by to obtain the Custom unit of measurement.
For example:
Water weighs 8 lb per 1 Gallon.
To compute the conversion factor, you would divide 1 gallon by 8 pounds, with the
result being 0.125.
Therefore, if the weight displayed were 27.65 lb, pressing the UNITS key would
change the display to show 3.45625 gal. (27.65 x 0.125 = 3.45625). The gal. in
the example stands for gallons. Refer to the Custom Label next prompt for information
on entering the custom units label.
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Conversion screen displayed the current setting for the
Conv Factor: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the conversion factor and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the previous screen. Note that the conversion factor cannot exceed
7 digits (including the decimal point).
Sec Interval:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Conversion screen displayed the current setting for the
Sec Interval: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next parameter. NOTE! If using multiples intervals, this is the low
interval.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the interval (or minimum increment of weight
reading) and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Allowable
values are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 or 100.
Sec Interval Dec:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Conversion screen displayed the current setting for the
Sec Interval Dec: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
press the ENTER key to proceed to the next screen or the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow
to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the interval decimal places and then press the
ENTER key to save the new setting and proceed to the next screen. Allowable values
are 0 to 5.
0 = #######
1 = ######.#
2 = #####.##
3 = ####.###
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4 = ###.####
5 = ##.#####
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Scale 1 - Calibration – Filtering
Zero Track:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Filtering screen displayed the current setting for the
Zero Track: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the zero tracking range and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Available selections are
Off, 0.5 div., 1 div., 2 div., 3 div., 4 div., 5 div., 6 div., 7 div., 8 div., and 9 div.
Motion Range:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Filtering screen displayed the current setting for the
Motion Range: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the motion range (the number of divisions of
change permitted before indicating unstable) and then press the V Down Arrow to
advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
proceed to the next screen. Allowable values are 0 to 9. Note that entering zero (0)
disables the motion range.
Filtering:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Filtering screen displayed the current setting for the
Filtering: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the
ENTER key to proceed to the next screen or the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return
to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the digital filtering and then
press the ENTER key to save the new setting and proceed to the next screen. Allowable
selections are Off, Minimal, Moderate, and Custom.
Off
Minimal
Moderate
Custom
Disabled (NO Filtering)
Minimal Filtering (Sample Rate = 2)
Moderate Filtering (Sample Rate = 1)
Custom Filtering (Additional Parameters Displayed)
IMPORTANT! When Custom Filtering (Custom) has been selected, the
following parameters, Filter Value: and Filter Break: will be
displayed.
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Filter Value:
With Custom selected for Filtering:, the current setting for the Filter Value:
parameter will be shown on the Scale 1 – Calibration – Filtering screen. The filter value
is a number from 1 to 255 that corresponds to the level of filtering with 255 being the
greatest filtering and 1 the least. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the
next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the value for the filter value and then press the
ENTER key to save the new setting and proceed to the next screen. Allowable values
are 0 to 255.
Filter Break:
With Custom selected for Filtering:, the current setting for the Filter Break:
parameter will be shown on the Scale 1 – Calibration – Filtering screen. The filter break
range is a number from 1 to 64 that corresponds to the number of division changes to
break out of the filtering. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to
proceed to the next screen or the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous
screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the value for filter break range and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and proceed to the next screen. Allowable values are 0 to 64.
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Filter Setting Recommendations
Non-Critical Sample Rate
If the sample rate is not critical, as in static weighing, set Filtering: to:
y Filtering: Off
(NO Filtering)
y Filtering: Minimal
(Filter Value: 6, Filter Break: 12, Sample Rate: 2/Sec) or
y Filtering: Moderate
(Filter Value: 6, Filter Break: 8, Sample Rate: 1/Sec).
Critical Sample Rate
With a critical sample rate, as in a filling operation, use (Filtering: Custom).
1. Sample Rate: (1 to 200 samples/second) determination:
Set the sample rate as close as possible to produce a display graduation change for
every graduation of material added to the scale.
Material Flow Rate (lbs/second)
= Sample Rate:
Interval
EXAMPLE:
100lbs/sec
10lbs
= 10s/s = Sample Rate:
2. Filter Value: (0 to 255) determination: Set to desired results.
3. Filter Break: (1 to 64 graduations) determination:
Turn the filtering off by setting Filtering: Off. Operate the system as it will be
normally used and, by observation, determine the number of graduations of instability
that needs to be filtered out. Set the Filter Break: range to that value.
Weight Change
Interval
= Filter Break:
EXAMPLE: 20,000 x 10lb capacity scale with 800lb variation in the weight display.
800
10
= Filter Break: 80
4. If stability is unacceptable with any setting of Filter Value:, reduce the
Sample Rate: and/or increase the Filter Break: range setting for increased
filtering.
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Scale 1 - Calibration – Options
Sample Rate:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Options screen displayed the current setting for the
Sample Rate: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the sample rate in samples per seconds and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and proceed to the next screen. Allowable values are 1 to 200.
NOTE! The Sample Rate: will automatically be set to a 2 when Minimal Filtering:
has been selected, or a 1 when Moderate has been selected for Filtering:.
Num Cal Pts:
Calibration of the scale can be performed using multiple calibration points to obtain a
more precise weight reading over the entire span of the scale.
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Options screen displayed the current setting for the
Num Cal Pts parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed
to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the number of calibration points and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and proceed to the next screen. Allowable values are 1 to 4.
IMPORTANT! The Num Cal Pts parameter is used to set the calibration points in
addition to the zero (no load) weight calibration point. DO NOT include the zero (no load)
weight calibration point when selecting the number of calibration points. For example,
selecting 2 for the Num Cal Pts parameter, you would have a total of three calibration
points, the zero (no load) weight and two calibrations points that could correspond to a
mid-point weight and the test (load) weight.
Totalizer:
The Totalizer will sum the weights of two or more scales and make the total available to
the application program. The Totalizer can be referenced as if it were another scale.
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Options screen displayed the current setting for the
Totalizer: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
Totalizer: Yes
Select Yes to Enable the Totalizer
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Totalizer: No
Select No to Disable the Totalizer.
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OIML:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Options screen displayed the current setting for the
OIML: parameter will be shown. This parameter determines whether the indicator will be
used in an application requiring an OIML Compliance. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, press the ENTER key to proceed to the next screen or the Navigation Keys
Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and proceed to the next screen.
OIML: Yes
OIML Compliance Enabled
Manual Tare Entry (PT is displayed
and printed)
Single Interval weight displays:
Max (Maximum Capacity)
Min (Minimum Capacity)
e (Scale Interval)
OIML: No
OIML Compliance Disabled
Manual Tare Entry (MAN WT is
displayed and printed)
Single Interval weight displays:
Scale Capacity and Interval
Selecting Yes meets International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) compliance.
When YES is selected, serial port COM3 will be dedicated to outputting scale gross
weight whenever the application program is executing. The application program cannot
manipulate this output in any way. The serial port communications parameters will
default to 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity bits and 1 stop bit. Note that the serial port
communication parameters can be change in the Communication setup. The data will be
sent out at a rate of 2 times per second.
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Scale 1 - Calibration – Other Options
Zero Limit:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Other Options screen displayed the current setting for
the Zero Limit: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
Zero Limit: Yes
Select Yes to limit push button zero
and zero tracking to ± 2% of capacity
Zero Limit: No
Full capacity (no limit on push
button zero and zero tracking)
USA:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Other Options screen displayed the current setting for
the USA: parameter will be shown. This parameter selects whether the indicator is used
in the USA (domestic) or outside the USA (international). If the setting displayed is
acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
USA: YES
OC = 104% of scale capacity
USA: NO
OC = scale capacity + 9 grads
2nd Order Lin:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Other Options screen displayed the current setting for
the 2nd Order Lin: parameter will be shown. 2nd Order Linearization is a method
used to correct for nonlinearity in the load cell signal. An extra term, which is proportional
to the square of the load cell signal, is used in the conversion of load cell signal into a
weight value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to proceed to
the next screen or the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press
the ENTER key to save the new setting and proceed to the next screen.
2nd Order Lin: Yes
2nd Order Linearization is Enable.
The COEFF option will be added to
Fine Span screen.
2nd Order Lin: No
2nd Order Linearization is Disabled.
Fine Span screen contains only Up,
Down, Zero and Quit options.
IMPORTANT! In order for 2nd Order Linearization to take effect, calibration must be
performed with at least a total of three calibration points (no load and two load points with
different weights). If only two calibration points (no load and load) are used, the COEFF
option will NOT be added to the Fine Span screen.
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Scale 1 - Calibration – Multi Interval
Intervals:
With the Scale 1 – Calibration – Multi Interval screen displayed the current setting for the
Intervals: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to
the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the Interval (number of
weight ranges to use). Allowable selections are One, Two, or Three.
One
Select One for Single Interval and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and
proceed to the Calibrate Scale screen.
After pressing the ENTER key, the display will briefly show:
Setting Parameters and then Setting Multi-Interval
and then change to the Calibrate Scale screen.
Two
If Two is selected, two (2) additional parameters will be displayed on the screen. Press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the;
Low Interval Capacity:
This is the weight capacity for the low range interval. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to the Middle Interval Value:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the weight capacity for the low range interval
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter. Note that the value
entered cannot exceed 7 digits and must be less than the overall capacity.
Middle Interval Value:.
This is the middle range interval value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the
ENTER key to save the setting and proceed to the Calibrate Scale screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the middle interval weight increment value (the
value entered must be bigger than the low interval value) and then press the ENTER key
to save the new setting.
In either case, after pressing the ENTER key, the display will briefly show:
Setting Parameters and then Setting Multi-Interval
and then change to the Calibrate Scale screen.
IMPORTANT! The error message Invalid two interval settings will be
displayed after pressing the ENTER key, if incorrect values have been entered for
Low Interval Capacity: and Middle Interval Value:. To change the
settings, press the ←⎯ /ESC key to return to the Intervals: screen.
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Intervals:
Three
If Three is selected, four (4) additional parameters will be displayed on the screen.
Press the V Down Arrow to advance to the;
Low Interval Capacity:
This is the weight capacity for the low range interval. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to Middle Interval Value:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the weight capacity for the low range interval
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter. Note that the value
entered cannot exceed 7 digits and must be less than the overall scale capacity.
Middle Interval Value:.
This is the middle range interval value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the
V Down Arrow to advance to the Middle Interval Capacity:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the middle interval weight increment value and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter. Note that the value
entered must be bigger than the low interval value.
Middle Interval Capacity:
This is the weight capacity for the middle range interval. If the setting displayed is
acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to the High Interval Value:.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the weight capacity for the middle range
interval and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter. Note that
the value entered cannot exceed 7 digits and must be less than the overall capacity and
greater than the low capacity.
High Interval Value:
This is the middle range interval value. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the
ENTER key to save the setting and proceed to the Calibrate Scale screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the high interval weight increment value (the
value entered must be bigger than the middle interval value) and then press the ENTER
key to save the new setting and proceed to the Calibrate Scale screen.
In either case, after pressing the ENTER key, the display will briefly show:
Setting Parameters and then Setting Multi-Interval
and then change to the Calibrate Scale screen.
IMPORTANT! The error message Invalid three interval settings will
be displayed after pressing the ENTER key, if incorrect values have been entered
for Low Interval Capacity:, Middle Interval Value:, Middle
Interval Capacity: and High Interval Value:. To change the settings,
press the ←⎯ /ESC key to return to the Intervals: screen.
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Calibration Methods
The 825 has two methods to enter the calibration procedure. One method is performed after
entering the calibration setup parameters. The other method is selected from the Setup Menu
screen and skips entering the calibration setup parameters.
Calibration of the scale can be performed using up to four calibration points in addition to the
zero (no load) weight. The number of calibration points is determined by the Num Cal Pts
parameter. When one point is used, only screen prompts for Weight 1 and Weight 2 will be
displayed. If more than one point is used, additional screen prompts for Weight 3, Weight 4
and Weight 5 will be displayed. Note that one weighing must be zero (no load) weight.
The following examples use two calibration points in addition to the zero (no load) weight. The
two points could correspond to a mid-point weight and the test (load) weight.
Calibration after Entering Parameters
1. With the Calibrate Scale screen displayed, the current setting Calibrate: NO will be
shown. If calibration is desired, press the SPACE key to toggle its status from No to Yes
and then press the ENTER key to proceed with calibration. Otherwise, press the
ENTER key to return to the Scale 1 – Calibration Options screen.
2. The display will change to show the Scale 1 – Calibration Weight 1 screen.
3. If this is the zero weight (no load), press the 0 key and then press the ENTER key.
Otherwise, place the weights on the scale and then using the numeric keys, enter the
current weight on the scale and then press the ENTER key.
4. The display will show the percentage of completion and a dashed line proceeding from
left to right for this step. When this step has been completed, the display will change to
show the Scale 1 – Calibration Weight 2 screen.
5. If this is the zero weight (no load), press the 0 key and then press the ENTER key.
Otherwise, place the weights on the scale and then using the numeric keys, enter the
current weight on the scale and then press the ENTER key.
6. The display will show the percentage of completion and a dashed line proceeding from
left to right for this step. When this step has been completed, the display will change to
change to show the Scale 1 – Calibration Weight 3 screen.
7. If this is the zero weight (no load), press the 0 key and then press the ENTER key.
Otherwise, place the weights on the scale and then using the numeric keys, enter the
current weight on the scale and then press the ENTER key.
8. The display will show the percentage of completion and a dashed line proceeding from
left to right for this step. When this step has been completed, the display will change to
show the Scale 1 – Fine Span screen. NOTE! If Span Adjustment is required,
proceed to the FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT.
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Calibration from the Setup Menu
1. From the Startup screen, press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight)
Setup menu option and then press the ENTER key.
2. Enter the Login and Password if the Login screen is displayed.
3. From the Setup Menu, press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight)
3. Calibration and then press the ENTER key.
4. With the Setup Scale Number screen displayed, verify the correct scale number is
shown and then press the ENTER key. Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the
scale number and then press the ENTER key.
5. The display will change to show the Scale 1 – Calibration Weight 1 screen.
6. If this is the zero weight (no load), press the 0 key and then press the ENTER key.
Otherwise, place the weights on the scale and then using the numeric keys, enter the
current weight on the scale and then press the ENTER key.
7. The display will show the percentage of completion and a dashed line proceeding from
left to right for this step. When this step has been completed, the display will change to
show the Scale 1 – Calibration Weight 2 screen.
8. If this is the zero weight (no load), press the 0 key and then press the ENTER key.
Otherwise, place the weights on the scale and then using the numeric keys, enter the
current weight on the scale and then press the ENTER key.
9. The display will show the percentage of completion and a dashed line proceeding from
left to right for this step. When this step has been completed, the display will change to
change to show the Scale 1 – Calibration Weight 3 screen.
10. If this is the zero weight (no load), press the 0 key and then press the ENTER key.
Otherwise, place the weights on the scale and then using the numeric keys, enter the
current weight on the scale and then press the ENTER key.
11. The display will show the percentage of completion and a dashed line proceeding from
left to right for this step. When this step has been completed, the display will change to
show the Scale 1 – Fine Span screen. NOTE! If Span Adjustment is required,
proceed to the FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT.
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Scale 1 – Fine Span
If Fine Span adjustment is desired, with the Scale 1 – Fine Span screen displayed,
place a calibrated test weight on the scale.
Use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) the Fine Span adjustment option and then
press the ENTER key to perform the function or;
Press the U key to increase displayed weight.
Press the D key to decrease the displayed weight,
Press the Z key to zero the scale.
Press the Q key to save the current settings and Quit. The display will return to the
Scale 1 – Calibration Options screen.
If 2nd Order Linearization was enabled and the Num Cal Pts parameter is set for 2
or more, then a COEFF option will be added to the Fine Span screen. This option is used to
make adjustments to the displayed weight after linearization testing has shown an error in a
specific range of weight.
Press the C key or use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) the Coeff option and then
press the ENTER key to proceed to the Coefficient screen.
Linear Coefficient:
The Linear Coefficient is applied to the load cell signal to calculate weight. If the current
setting displayed for this coefficient is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to
the 2nd Order Coeff: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter a new Linear Coefficient and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
2nd Order Coeff:
This coefficient is applied to the square of the load cell signal to calculate weight. If the
current 2nd Order Coeff setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to
advance to the Tweak low weight: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter a new 2nd Order Coeff and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
WARNING! Changing the Linear Coefficient or the 2nd Order Coeff
will affect the indicator's ability to display the proper weight. Please
consult the factory before making any changes.
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Tweak low weight:
This is the low end of the range of weight that requires adjusting. For example, if after
performing linearization testing, the displayed weight is 5 lbs low between 10,000 lbs and
15,000 lbs, the value for the tweak low weight is 10000.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to the
Tweak high weight: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the tweak low weight and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Tweak high weight:
This is the high end of the range of weight that requires adjusting. Using the example
above, the value for the tweak high weight is 15000.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to the
Tweak weight: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the tweak high weight and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Tweak weight:
This is the amount of weight that needs to be added (or subtracted) from the range of
weight to bring the displayed weight into tolerance. Again, using the example above,
the Tweak Weight would be 5.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to return to the
Scale 1 – Fine Span screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter a new tweak weight and then press the
ENTER key to return to the Scale 1 – Fine Span screen.
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1. Press the ON/OFF key to turn on the 825. The display will perform a short self-test and
then change to the Startup screen showing the software versions and diagnostics of the
option cards.
2. Press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow to “advance” to (highlight) the Setup menu
option and then press the ENTER key or press the 3 key to select the Setup menu option.
The display will change to show the Setup Menu screen.
IMPORTANT! If the Login and Password protection feature has been enable, the Login
screen will be displayed instead of the Setup Menu screen. Enter the login and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the password prompt. Enter the password and
then press the ENTER key to proceed to the Setup Menu.
3. With the Setup Menu displayed, press the 5 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 5. Preferences and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Preferences Menu screen.
1. Date/Time
With the Preferences Menu displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 1. Date/Time and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Setup Preferences screen for the Date and Time.
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Date Format:
With the Setup preferences screen displayed the current setting for the Date Format:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the date format and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the previous screen. The formats available are:
Day Month Year
Year Month Day
Month Day Year
Date Separator:
With the Setup preferences screen displayed the current setting for the
Date Separator: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter a new character for the date separator
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER
key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
Time Format:
With the Setup preferences screen displayed the current setting for the Time Format:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle between the 12 Hour or 24 Hour time format
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER
key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
Time Separator:
With the Setup preferences screen displayed the current setting for the
Time Separator: parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter a new character for the time separator
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER
key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
a.m.:
With the Setup preferences screen displayed the current setting for the a.m.: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to specify the text for a.m. time and then press the
V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
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p.m.:
With the Setup preferences screen displayed the current setting for the p.m.: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key or the
Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to specify the text for p.m. time and then press the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
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Sound Settings
The sound settings parameters allow you to customize the beep that occurs each time a key is
pressed. The duration of the beep as well as the note and octave produced can be set or the
key beep can be turned off.
5. Sound Settings
With the Preferences Menu displayed, press the 5 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 5. Sound Settings and then press the ENTER key. The display will change
to show the Setup Sound Preferences screen.
Key sound time:
With the Setup Sound Preferences screen displayed, the current setting for the
Key sound time: parameter will be shown. This is the length of time the beep sounds
each time a key is pressed. The key sound time (key beep duration) can be from no
beep or off to a full one second. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the
next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the key sound time and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to
save the new setting. The available selections are None (no key beep), 31.25ms,
62.5ms, 125ms, 250ms, 500ms and 1sec. Note that ms = millisecond (1/1000 of a
second).
Key sound freq:
With the Setup Sound Preferences screen displayed, the current setting for the
Key sound freq: parameter will be shown. This is the note and octave of the key
beep sound. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key or the
Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the keynote and octave and
then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
The available selections are None (no key beep), 31.25ms, 62.5ms, 125ms, 250ms,
500ms and 1sec. Note that ms = millisecond or 1/1000 of a second. The available
selections are C5, D5, E5, F5, G5, A5, B5, C6, E6, G6, A6, C7, D7, and E7.
After Pressing the ENTER key
After pressing the ENTER key (at either parameter), the display will change to show:
Power off and on for changes
to take effect.
Press and hold (about 4 seconds) the ON/OFF key to turn off the indicator. Wait a few
seconds and then press it again to turn the indicator back ON. The sound settings have
been saved and are now effective.
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OPERATORS
The Model 825 supports up to eight operators. One operator, the Administrator has full access
to all functions and features of the 825. The remaining seven can be configured to allow or
prevent access to various functions and features. Note that only the login name and password
can be changed for the Administrator operator.
1. Press the ON/OFF key to apply power to the 825. The display will perform a short self-test
and then change to the Startup screen showing the software versions and diagnostics of
the option cards.
2. Press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow to “advance” to (highlight) the Setup menu
option and then press the ENTER key or press the 3 key to select the Setup menu option.
The display will change to show the Setup Menu screen.
IMPORTANT! If the Login and Password protection feature has been enable, the Login
screen will be displayed instead of the Setup Menu screen. Enter the login (ADMIN) and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the password prompt. Enter the password
and then press the ENTER key to proceed to the Setup Menu.
3. With the Setup Menu displayed, press the 8 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 8. Operators and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Setup Operators screen.
1. List Operators
1. With the Setup Operators screen displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys
to select (highlight) 1. List Operators and then press the ENTER key.
2. The display will change to show the Operator List screen for the current
programmed operators.
3. After viewing the list, press any key to return to the Setup Operators screen.
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2. Add Operator
When you add an operator to the indicator, you are allowing that individual to have access
to functions and features of the indicator.
With the Setup Operators screen displayed, press the 2 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 2. Add Operator and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Add Operator screen.
Login:
Use the alphanumeric keys to enter a login (name) for the operator (up to 8 characters,
e.g., CARDINAL) and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Password:
Use the alphanumeric keys to enter a password for the operator (up to 8 characters) and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter. Note that if a password
is not required (or desired), it can be left blank. IMPORTANT! The password will be
visible while entering it. During operations, a row of asterisks will be shown when
entering the password.
IMPORTANT! To change the displayed setting on the following parameters, press the
SPACE key to toggle between Yes and No or press the Y key for Yes or the N key for No.
Zero:
With the Add Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Zero: will be shown. If
the operator is allowed to zero the scale, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
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Keybd tare:
With the Add Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Keybd tare: will be
shown. If the operator is allowed to manually enter a tare weight, press the V Down
Arrow to proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Push tare:
With the Add Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Push tare: will be
shown. If the operator is allowed to use the Push Button tare function to enter a tare
weight, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Print:
With the Add Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Print: will be shown. If
the operator is allowed to print a ticket, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Units:
With the Add Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Units: will be shown. If
the operator is allowed to select the alternate weighing units, press the V Down Arrow to
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Sel Scale:
With the Add Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Sel Scale: will be
shown. In a multiple scale operation, if the operator is allowed to choose between
available scales, press the V Down Arrow to proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Date/Time:
With the Add Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Date/Time: will be
shown. If the operator is allowed to change the date and time, press the ENTER key to
save the settings and return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the ENTER key to save the settings and return to the previous screen.
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3. Edit Operator
The Edit Operator screen allows to you to change the operators previously configured
access to functions and features of the indicator.
1. With the Setup Operators screen displayed, press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys
to select (highlight) 3. Edit Operator and then press the ENTER key. The display
will change to show the Edit Operator screen and prompt for the operator login
(name).
2. Enter the operator login and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to the
Edit Operator screen and show the current settings.
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Login:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current login (name) will be shown. If the
login displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter a new login for the operator (up to 8
characters) and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
IMPORTANT! Changing the login REPLACES the current login. It DOES NOT
create a new login in addition to existing login. It will however, retain the settings
from the old login for the new login (e.g., Zero: Yes, Keybd tare: No, etc...).
Password:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current password will be shown. If the
password displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter a new password for the operator (up to 8
characters) and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter. Note
that if a password is not required (or desired), it can be left blank. IMPORTANT! The
password will be visible while entering it. During operations, a row of asterisks will be
shown when entering the password.
IMPORTANT! To change the displayed setting on the following parameters, press the
SPACE key to toggle between Yes and No or press the Y key for Yes or the N key for No.
Zero:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Zero: will be shown. If
the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Keybd tare:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Keybd tare: will be
shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Push tare:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Push tare: will be
shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
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Print:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Print: will be shown. If
the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Units:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Units: will be shown. If
the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Sel Scale:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Sel Scale: will be
shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Date/Time:
With the Edit Operator screen displayed, the current setting for Date/Time: will be
shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key (or the Y or N key) to toggle between the Yes and No
and then press the ENTER key to save the settings and return to the previous screen.
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4. Delete Operator
The Delete Operator screen allows you to delete (remove) an operator login and all
previously configured settings for that login.
1. With the Setup Operators screen displayed, press the 4 key or use the Navigation Keys
to select (highlight) 4. Delete Operator and then press the ENTER key. The
display will change to show the Delete Operator screen and prompt for the operator
login (name).
2. Enter the operator login and then press the ENTER key.
3. The display will change to show
Are you sure?
4. To delete the login, press the Y key (for Yes) and then press the ENTER key.
5. The display will change to show the Setup Operators screen. All settings for that
operator login have been deleted.
6. Otherwise, press the N key (for No) and then press the ENTER key to return to the
Setup Operators screen.
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5. Set Default Operator
The Set Default Operator screen allows to you to select which operator login the 825 will
use when it is first turned on.
With the Setup Operators screen displayed, press the 5 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 5. Set Default Operator and then press the ENTER key. The
display will change to show the Set Default Operator screen and the current default
operator login (name).
Default Login:
With the Set Default Operator screen displayed, the current login (name) will be shown.
If the login displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to return to the Setup
Operators screen.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter a new login for the default operator login
and then press the ENTER key to return to the Setup Operators screen.
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CONFIGURATION
Configuration is used to: Calibrate the touch screen, Show the touch screen tracking (a target,
the “¨” sign will appear where the screen is touched), Set the color settings, to Configure the
weight server (the TCP/IP server and the serial ports) and to view the Electronic Talley Roll.
To Begin Configuration
1. Press the ON/OFF key to apply power to the 825. The display will perform a short selftest and then change to the Startup screen showing the software versions and
diagnostics of the option cards.
2. When the 825 is initially started, a countdown staring at 7 seconds will appear to the
right of 1. Application Program. Allow the countdown to complete or press the
ENTER key or press the 1 key to select the Application Program option. The
display will change to show:
Starting application mode
and then change to show:
Cardinal 825-loading...
Starting...
and then change to show the Application Menu.
Application Menu
1. Truck Storage
ver 1.09
2. Digital Fill Control
3. Checkweigher
4. 788 Compatibility
5.
6. Configuration
Next >>>
IP: 90.1.2.165
IMPORTANT! The Application Menu screen may consist of more than one screen.
Press the NEXT >>> key to view additional selections. Press the <<< Prev key to
return to the first screen.
Configuration
3. With the Application Menu displayed, press the 6 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 6 Configuration and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Configuration screen.
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Configuration
ver 1.24
1. Calibrate touch screen
2. Show touch screen tracking
3. Set color settings
4. Configure Weight Server
5. Ticket settings
6. Configure menu
1. Calibrate touch screen
With the Configuration screen displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 1. Calibrate touch screen and then press the ENTER key. The
display will change to show the Touch screen calibration screen.
+
Touch screen calibration
Touch target or press ESC to quit
1. With the Touch screen calibration screen displayed, the target, a plus sign “¨” will be
shown in the upper left corner of the display.
2. Press the target firmly and accurately at each location on the screen. The target will
continue to move until the screen is calibrated.
IMPORTANT! Best accuracy will be obtained using a stylus (for example, from a Pocket PC).
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2. Show touch screen tracking
With the Configuration screen displayed, press the 2 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 2. Show touch screen tracking and then press the ENTER key.
The display will change to show a tracking screen. Note that the screen will be blank except
for a message (Press [ESC] exit) at the top center of the display.
Press [ESC] exit
1. With the blank tracking screen displayed, touch the screen in several locations.
2. The target, a plus sign “¨” will move to each location touched.
Press [ESC] exit
The ¨ sign
indicates the
screen was
touched here
¨
3. After checking several locations on the screen, press the ESC key to return to the
Configuration screen.
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3. Set color settings
With the Configuration screen displayed, press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 3. Set color settings and then press the ENTER key. The display
will change to show the color selection screen.
1. Use application colors
2. White on black
3. Black on white
1. Use application color
If the screen colors are to be controlled by the application program, press the 1 key or
use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) 1. Use application color and then
press the ENTER key. The screen will change to the new colors.
2. White on black
If it is desired to have white characters on a black background for the screen colors,
press the 2 key or use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) 2. White on black
and then press the ENTER key. The screen will change to the white characters on a
black background.
White on black
3. Black on white
If it is desired to have black characters on a white background for the screen colors,
press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) 3. Black on white
and then press the ENTER key. The screen will change to a white background with
black characters on it.
Black on white
After setting the screen colors, press the ESC key to return to the Configuration screen.
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4. Configure Weight Server
With the Configuration screen displayed, press the 4 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 4. Configure Weight Server and then press the ENTER key. The
display will change to show the Configure Weight Server screen.
Configure Weight Server
1. Configure TCP/IP Server
2. Configure Serial Ports
3. Electronic Talley Roll
1. Configure TCP/IP Server
With the Configure Weight Server screen displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation
Keys to select (highlight) 1. Configure TCP/IP Server and then press the ENTER
key. The display will change to show the Select TCP/IP Server screen.
Select TCP/IP Server
Num Sc Type
Port
1. 0 Custom
1100
2. 1 On Demand
1101
** Add Server **
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Select TCP/IP Server
With the Select TCP/IP Server screen displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys
to select (highlight) and then press the ENTER key to select Num 1. The display will
change to show the Setup TCP/IP Server 1 screen.
Setup TCP/IP Server 1
Enable:
With the Select TCP/IP Server 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Enable:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status. Select YES* to enable TCP/IP
Server 1 or NO to disable TCP/IP Server 1 and then press the V Down Arrow to advance
to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the
previous screen.
¿ If Yes is selected for Enable:, the following additional parameters will be shown
(below the Enable: parameter) and requires data to be entered. Otherwise, press the
ENTER key to return to the Select TCP/IP Server screen.
Port:
With the Select TCP/IP Server 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Port:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the TCP/IP port number and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the previous screen.
Scale:
With the Select TCP/IP Server 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Scale:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next
parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the scale number for the server to use and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to
save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
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Type:
With the Select TCP/IP Server 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Type:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to
return to the Select TCP/IP Server screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the communication type and
then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the
Select TCP/IP Server screen. Available types are:
SMA
SB250
SB500
Computer Fmt
SB250M
SB500M
SB80
SB300
Custom
SB200
SB400
On Demand
Setup TCP/IP Server 2
With the Select TCP/IP Server screen displayed, press the 2 key or use the Navigation Keys
to select (highlight) and then press the ENTER key to select Num 2. The display will
change to show the Setup TCP/IP Server 2 screen.
The setup parameters for TCP/IP Server 2 are the same as TCP/IP Server 1. Refer to the
Setup TCP/IP Server 1 parameters.
** Add Server **
With the Select TCP/IP Server screen displayed, press the A key or use the Navigation
Keys to select (highlight) and then press the ENTER key to select ** Add Server **. The
display will change to show the Setup TCP/IP Server 3 screen.
The setup parameters for adding an additional TCP/IP Server are the same as the setup for
TCP/IP Server 1. Refer to the Setup TCP/IP Server 1 parameters.
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2. Configure Serial Ports
With the Configure Weight Server screen displayed, press the 2 key or use the Navigation
Keys to select (highlight) 2. Configure Serial Ports and then press the ENTER key.
The display will change to show the Select Serial screen.
Select Serial
Num Sc Type
1. 0 On Demand
Port
COM1
** Add Serial **
Select Serial
With the Select Serial screen displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) and then press the ENTER key to select Num 1. The display will change
to show the Setup Serial 1 screen.
Setup Serial 1
Enable:
With the Select Serial 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Enable: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status. Select YES* to enable the serial
item or NO to disable the serial item and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the
next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the
previous screen.
¿ If Yes is selected for Enable:, the following additional parameters will be shown
(below the Enable: parameter) and requires data to be entered. Otherwise, press the
ENTER key to return to the Select Serial screen.
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Port:
With the Select Serial 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Port: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the port to use for serial 1
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER
key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Available ports are:
COM1
USB-PRT2
USB-PRT6
COM2
USB-PRT3
USB-PC
COM3
USB-PRT4
NONE (blank)
USB-PRT1
USB-PRT5
Scale:
With the Select Serial 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Scale: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the scale number for the serial port to use and
then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key
to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
Type:
With the Select Serial 1 screen displayed, the current setting for the Type: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to return to
the Select Serial screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the communication type and
then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the Select Serial
screen. Available types are:
SMA
SB250
SB500
Computer Fmt
SB250M
SB500M
SB80
SB300
Custom
SB200
SB400
On Demand
** Add Serial **
With the Select Serial screen displayed, press the A key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) and then press the ENTER key to select ** Add Serial **. The display will
change to show the Setup Serial 2 screen.
The setup parameters for adding an additional Serial port are the same as the setup for
Serial 1. Refer to the Setup Serial 1 parameters.
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Configuration of Weight Server Complete
To return to the Weight Screen and resume normal weighing operations, with the Select
Serial screen (or the Select TCP/IP Server screen) displayed, press the Navigation Keys Y
Left Arrow two (2) times. The display will change to show the Restart Weight Server screen.
Restart Weight Server
Restart Weight Server: N
Restart the weight server
1. With the Restart Weight Sever screen displayed, the current setting
Restart Weight Server: N will be shown. If you are finished with the Configuration
parameters, press the SPACE key to toggle its status from No to Yes and then press the
ENTER key to restart the weight server.
Otherwise, press the ENTER key to return to the Configuration screen.
2. The display will change to show:
Stopping weight server
and then show:
Starting weight server
and then change to show the Configuration screen.
3. With the Configuration screen displayed, press the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return
to the Application Menu.
4. With the Application Menu displayed, press the key corresponding to the application to run
and then press the ENTER key or use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) the
application to run and then press the ENTER key.
5. The application will be loaded and the display will change to the application screen.
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TICKET SETTINGS
With the Application Menu displayed, press the 6 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 6 Configuration and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Configuration screen.
5. Ticket settings
With the Configuration screen displayed, press the 5 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 5. Ticket settings and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Configure Ticket screen.
Configure Ticket
1. Standard
6. Special 2
2. Alternate
7. Special 3
3. First Pass
8. Special 4
4. Log
9. Special 5
5. Special 1
A. Special 6
D. Default ticket item locations
IMPORTANT! The setup parameters for the following tickets are the same.
1. Standard
2. Alternate
3. First Pass
4. Log
5. Special 1
6. Special 2
7. Special 3
8. Special 4
9. Special 5
A. Special 6
After selecting the desired ticket to configure, refer to the following steps and parameters.
With the Configure Ticket screen displayed, press the key corresponding to the ticket to be
configured and then press the ENTER key or use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) the
ticket to be configured and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to show the
selected configure ticket screen.
Format:
With the configure ticket screen displayed, the current setting for Format: will be shown.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next
parameter or press the ENTER key to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter the form name to use (up to 8 characters)
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER
key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
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Port:
With the configure ticket screen displayed, the current setting for the Port: parameter
will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to return to
the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the port to use for the
standard ticket and then press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the
previous screen. Available ports are:
COM1-RS232
USB-PRT1
USB-PRT5
COM1-Bluetooth
USB-PRT2
USB-PRT6
COM2
USB-PRT3
USB-PC
COM3
USB-PRT4
Custom¿
¿ If Custom is selected, an additional parameter (below the Port:) will be shown.
Custom:
With the configure ticket screen displayed and Custom selected for the Port: parameter,
the current setting for Custom: will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
press the ENTER key to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter the port name to use and then press the
ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
D. Default ticket item locations
With the Configure Ticket screen displayed, press the D key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) D. Default ticket item location and then press the ENTER key.
The display will change to show the Ticket Coordinates screen.
Ticket:
With the Ticket Coordinates screen displayed, the current setting for the Ticket:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to
return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the ticket to use and then
press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen.
Available tickets are:
Default¿
Log
Special 4
Standard
Special 1
Special 5
Alternate
Special 2
Special 6
First Pass
Special 3
¿ If Default is selected, the display will change to the Configure tabs page 1
screen. This is the screen to input the Print Tabs Settings.
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PRINT TABS SETTING (General Format Information)
The general format for the input is:
Label: X coordinate, Y coordinate.
Where:
Label: = the characters identifying the data printed.
X coordinate = the number of spaces to the right.
Y coordinate = the number of lines down.
NOTE! Enter 0 in either location, X or Y to disable the
data from printing.
Configure tabs page 1
With the Ticket Coordinates screen displayed, and Default selected for the Ticket:
parameter, the display will change to the Configure tabs page 1 screen.
Configure tabs page
Gross:
0
, 0
Tare:
0
, 0
Net:
0
, 0
Dsp Wt: 0
, 0
G Accum: 0
, 0
N Accum: 0
, 0
Time:
0
, 0
ID:
0
, 0
Gross X coordinates
1
Cnv Grs: 0
Cnv Tre: 0
Cnv Net: 0
Cnv Dsp: 0
Cnv GAcc:0
Cnv NAcc:0
Date:
0
CN:
0
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
If the setting displayed for each label is acceptable, press the ENTER key to advance to the
Configure tabs page 2 screen or press the press the Y Left Arrow to return to the
previous screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the X coordinate and then press the V Down
Arrow to advance to the Y coordinate.
Again, use the numeric keys to enter the Y coordinate and then press the V Down Arrow to
advance to the next parameter.
NOTE! Use the U UP Arrow key to “backup” to the previous coordinate or parameter.
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Configure tabs page 2
With the Configure tabs page 1 screen displayed, press the ENTER key to advance to the
Configure tabs page 2 screen.
Configure tabs
PC:
0
,
ID1:
0
,
ID3:
0
,
Prmpt 2: 0
,
page
0
0
0
0
2
Tot Cnt:
ID2:
Prmpt 1:
Prmpt 3:
0
0
0
0
,
,
,
,
0
0
0
0
Piece count X coordinates
If the setting displayed for each label is acceptable, press the ENTER key to advance to the
Configure tabs page 3 screen or press the press the Y Left Arrow to return to the
previous screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the X coordinate and then press the V Down
Arrow to advance to the Y coordinate.
Again, use the numeric keys to enter the Y coordinate and then press the V Down Arrow to
advance to the next parameter.
NOTE! Use the U UP Arrow key to “backup” to the previous coordinate or parameter.
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Configure tabs page 3
With the Configure tabs page 2 screen displayed, press the ENTER key to advance to the
Configure tabs page 3 screen.
Configure tabs page 3
Header
1: _
2:
3:
4:
5:
Footer
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
Header 1
If the setting displayed for each line of the Header or Footer is acceptable, press the ENTER
key to return to the Configure Ticket screen.
Otherwise, use the alphanumeric keys to enter the description (up to 35 characters) for the
first line of the header and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the next line. Note
that pressing the U UP Arrow key will “backup” to the previous line.
Continue using the alphanumeric keys to enter the description for each line of the Header
and Footer, pressing the V Down Arrow key to advance to the next line.
When the description for all lines of the Header and Footer have been entered, press the
ENTER key to save the new settings and return to the Configure Ticket screen.
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CONFIGURE APPLICATION MENU
With the Application Menu displayed, press the 6 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 6 Configuration and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Configuration screen.
6. Configure menu
With the Configuration screen displayed, press the 6 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 6. Configure menu and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Configure Application Menu screen.
Configure Application Menu
1. Enable/Disable menu items
2. Configure custom menu items
1. Enable/Disable menu items
With the Configure Application Menu displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys
to select (highlight) 1. Enable/Disable menu items and then press the ENTER key.
The display will change to show the Configure Menu screen.
Application:
With the Configure Menu screen displayed, the current setting for the Application:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow
to proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the applications to be shown
on the Application Menu screen and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the
next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the
previous screen. Available applications are:
All
DFC (Digital Fill Control)
None
Checkweigher
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788 Compatibility
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CONFIGURE APPLICATION MENU, CONT.
Custom Activity:
With the Configure Menu screen displayed, the current setting for the Custom Activity:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select ALL or NONE) and then press
the V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the
new setting and return to the previous screen.
Custom Activity: All
Custom Activity is enabled for ALL
applications.
Custom Activity: None
With None selected, Custom
Activity is disable.
File Manager:
With the Configure Menu screen displayed, the current setting for the File Manager:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press the
V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the previous screen.
File Manager: Yes
Select Yes to include the File Manager
selection on the Application Menu.
File Manager: No
The File Manager selection is not
displayed on the Application Menu.
Slide Show:
With the Configure Menu screen displayed, the current setting for the Slide Show:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to
proceed to the next parameter.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to toggle its status (select YES or NO) and then press the
V Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new
setting and return to the previous screen.
Slide Show: Yes
Select Yes to include the Slide Show
selection on the Application Menu.
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Slide Show: No
The Slide Show selection is not
displayed on the Application Menu.
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CONFIGURE APPLICATION MENU, CONT.
Auto run: ¿
With the Configure Menu screen displayed, the current setting for the Auto run:
parameter will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key or the
Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, press the SPACE key to step through and select the application to auto run
(automatically load and run from the Application Menu screen) and then press the V Down
Arrow to advance to the next parameter or press the ENTER key to save the new setting
and return to the previous screen. Available applications are:
None
Checkweigher
All
Slide Show
Truck Storage
788 Compatibility
Configuration
DFC (Digital Fill Control)
Custom Application
File Manager
¿ If an application is selected to “auto run”, an additional parameter (below the Auto run:)
will be shown.
Auto run secs:
With the Configure Menu screen displayed and an application selected to “auto run”, the
current setting for Auto run secs: will be shown. If the setting displayed is acceptable,
press the ENTER key to return to the previous screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the number of seconds before the application
automatically loads and runs (countdown timer on the Application Menu screen) and then
press the ENTER key to save the new setting and return to the previous screen. Supported
countdown times are 2 through 90 seconds.
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APPLICATION MENU SCREEN
The Application Menu screen may consist of more than one screen. Press the NEXT >>>
key to view additional selections. Press the <<< Prev key to return to the first screen.
Application Menu
1. Truck Storage
ver 1.09
2. Digital Fill Control
3. Checkweigher
4. 788 Compatibility
5.
6. Configuration
Next >>>
IP: 90.1.2.165
With the Application Menu displayed, press the Next >>> key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) Next >>> and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to show
the Application Menu screen for the additional applications.
Application Menu
ver 1.09
1. File Manager
2. Slide Show
<<< Prev
IP: 90.1.2.165
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The 825 is equipped with diagnostic software that tests various portions of the indicator's
circuitry and verifies proper operation. Should a problem be detected, an error or status
message will be displayed alerting the operator to that condition. The following lists these
status messages and errors and their meaning.
Weight Status Messages (Displayed concurrently with weight)
MOTION
The scale is in motion based on motion range parameter.
BELOW ZERO
The gross scale weight reading is below zero.
CENTER ZERO
The gross scale weight reading is at center of zero.
Weight Status Messages (Displayed in place of weight)
OVER CAPACITY
The scale weight is over capacity (104% of calibrated capacity).
WEIGHT ERROR
Weight input signal is out of acceptable range. This may indicate a disconnected or failing
load cell.
IMPORTANT! The Totalizer display shows the individual weighing element status
in abbreviated form – MO = MOTION, BZ = BELOW ZERO, CZ = CENTER
ZERO, OVERCAP = OVER CAPACITY. The Total weight display status is
displayed as above.
Operation Messages (Momentarily displayed after operator attempts an action)
CANNOT ZERO – MOTION
Attempt to zero scale while in motion.
CANNOT ZERO – OUT OF RANGE
Attempt to zero beyond allowed range.
Cannot set tare
Tare value invalid.
Cannot change weight units
Scale configured for single weight units: custom, lb, or kg.
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Operation Messages, Cont.
Cannot show net – no tare
The “NET” key operation to show gross, tare, and net weights is not permitted when there is
no tare weight.
Cannot print MOTION
Attempt to print ticket while scale is in motion.
Cannot print OVER CAPACITY
Attempt to print ticket while scale is over capacity.
Cannot print BELOW ZERO
Attempt to print ticket while scale is below zero.
Cannot print WEIGHT ERROR
Attempt to print ticket during WEIGHT ERROR condition.
Operator not allowed to change scale
The current operator login does not permit changing the current scale selection.
Operator not allowed tare
The current operator login does not permit using the keypad tare selection.
Operator not allowed push button tare
The current operator login does not permit using the push-button tare selection.
Operator not allowed to set date/time
The current operator login does not permit setting the date/time.
Operator not allowed to chg units
The current operator login does not permit changing the current unit selection.
Operator not allowed to print
The current operator login does not permit using the print function.
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TROUBLESHOOTING, CONT.
Error Codes (Diagnostic Messages)
ERROR – LOST
COMMUNICATION
WITH MAINBOARD
The operator interface board did not receive response from main board before timeout. This
could indicate a problem with the main board processor, power connections, or connections
between main board and operator interface board.
Error Codes (During Startup)
Mainboard Test Program
The main board is loaded with diagnostic test software. Weight indicator functions are not
possible.
Cannot receive status from mainboard
The operator interface board requested status from the main board and there was no
response before a timeout occurred. This could indicate a problem with the main board
processor, power connections, or connections between main board and operator interface
board.
Mainboard status: good
Initial startup response from main board indicates no problems.
Mainboard status: A000
Initial startup response from main board indicates main board bootloader software is
present, but main board program is not present or damaged. Weight indicator functions are
not possible.
SIB status: good
Initial startup response from main board indicates no problems with scale interface card.
Press ENTER or self-test in X secs (X = countdown)
Operator interface board flash memory indicates the unit has not completed initial board
tests successfully. Press enter before countdown completes to bypass testing. However,
this message will continue to appear upon power-up until testing is completed successfully.
Error Codes (During View Audit Trail)
Mnbd reports 01 EEPROM corrupt
The checksum failed. There may be a problem with the EEPROM chip on the mainboard.
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Error Codes (During Add Operator)
Cannot use same login as existing operator
An attempt was made to enter a new operator using the same login as an existing operator.
No space for new operator
An attempt was made to add a new operator when all operator login spaces are filled. The
Model 825 supports a total of eight operators. One operator is the Administrator (with full
access to all functions and features). The remaining seven are for users and can be
configured to allow or prevent access to various functions and features.
Error Codes (During Edit Operator / Delete Operator / Set Default Operator)
Operator not found
The operator login entered does not exist.
Cannot delete ADMIN operator
An attempt was made to delete the administer login. The administrator login cannot be
deleted.
Before You Call Service
The Model 825 indicator has been designed to provide you with years of trouble-free
operation. In spite of this, troubles sometimes happen. Before calling for service assistance,
you should make some initial checks to verify that a problem does exist. The following
describes several types of symptoms along with suggested remedies.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Display does not turn on
Is the AC power cord fully inserted into the wall
receptacle? Check wall receptacle for proper AC
power. Try another electrical appliance in the same
receptacle. Does it work? Check the circuit
breaker. Has there been power failure?
Incorrect weight displayed
Has the indicator been calibrated? Insure that the
scale platform is not touching an adjacent object.
Check the load cell connector wiring. If using four
(4) wire load cells, insure the sense lead jumpers
(J1 and J3) on the 825-SIB are installed. Have
proper operation procedures been followed?
Indicator will not display weight
Refer to Weight Status Messages section and make
certain that the OVER CAPACITY message is not
displayed. If so, and scale is not loaded, perform
the calibration procedure.
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DIAGNOSTICS
Startup Screen
1. Press the ON/OFF key to turn on the 825.
2. The display will perform a short self-test and then change to the Startup screen. Note that
when the 825 is initially started, a countdown starting at 7 seconds will appear to the right
of 1. Application program. When the countdown is complete, the application
program will automatically start.
3. To allow unlimited time to review the Startup screen, press the Navigation Keys V Down
Arrow or U UP Arrow to stop the countdown.
4. The following describes the Startup screen.
B
A
C
D
Slots
E
F
G
A. The top left of the diagnostic screen displays the indicator model number, Cardinal 825.
B. The top right item identifies the version of the boot loader software (e.g., Loader: 1.06).
C. This is the main board software version and status report. The main board software
performs some diagnostics upon startup, and will show status: good if no errors are
detected. If an error is detected, a value will be displayed instead of good. Refer to the
Troubleshooting section of this manual for more information.
D. This is the operating system version (e.g., OS: 08.08.25).
E. This line identifies how many option cards are installed into the main board and what
slots they are installed in. A graphic representation of the 10 slots is shown with the
filled ones indicator. From the left to right, the slots are numbered one through ten.
F. This part of the screen lists the installed option cards. Each option card is shown on
one line along with the version and status of the card. The status will show good if no
error has been detected or an error code if there is an error. Refer to the
Troubleshooting section of this manual for more information.
G. This is the MAC Address of the indicator.
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To Begin Diagnostics
With the Startup screen showing, press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow to “advance” to
(highlight) the Setup menu option and then press the ENTER key or press the 3 key to select
the Setup menu option. The display will change to show the Setup Menu screen.
IMPORTANT! If the Login and Password protection feature has been enable, the Login
screen will be displayed instead of the Setup Menu screen. Enter the login and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the password prompt. Enter the password and
then press the ENTER key to proceed to the Setup Menu.
Diagnostic Menu
With the Setup Menu displayed, press the 6 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 6. Diagnostics and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Diagnostics Menu screen.
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Test SDRAM
With the Diagnostics Menu displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 1. SDRAM test and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Test SDRAM screen.
Test NOR Flash
With the Diagnostics Menu displayed, press the 2 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 2. NOR Flash test and then press the ENTER key. The display will change
to show the Test NOR Flash screen.
¾ ¾ ¾ WARNING! ¾ ¾ ¾
Performing the Test NOR Flash test will wipe out the
kernel and it will need to be re-flashed.
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DIAGNOSTICS, CONT.
Network test
With the Diagnostics Menu displayed, press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 3. Network test and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Network test screen.
IMPORTANT! A FTP server must be configured containing the “image.bin” Linux image
for the network test to succeed.
Mainboard comm test
With the Diagnostics Menu displayed, press the 4 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 4. Mainboard comm. test and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Mainboard comm. test screen.
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Test Mainboard I/O
With the Diagnostics Menu displayed, press the 5 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 5. Mainboard I/O test and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Test Mainboard I/O screen.
Compact flash test
With the Diagnostics Menu displayed, press the 6 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 6. Compact flash test and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Compact flash test screen.
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DIAGNOSTICS, CONT.
Run all tests
With the Diagnostics Menu displayed, press the 7 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 7. Run all tests and then press the ENTER key.
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FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT
If after performing linearization testing, an error in the overall weight (span setting of the scale)
or an error in a specific range of weight is found, adjustments can be made using the
procedures described below.
1. Press the ON/OFF key to turn on the 825. The display will perform a short self-test and
then change to the Startup screen showing the software versions and diagnostics of the
option cards.
2. Press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow to “advance” to (highlight) the Setup menu
option and then press the ENTER key or press the 3 key to select the Setup menu option.
The display will change to show the Setup Menu screen.
IMPORTANT! If the Login and Password protection feature has been enable, the Login
screen will be displayed instead of the Setup Menu screen. Enter the login and then
press the V Down Arrow to advance to the password prompt. Enter the password and
then press the ENTER key to proceed to the Setup Menu.
3. With the Setup Menu displayed, press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 3. Calibration and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Setup Scale Number screen.
4. With the Setup Scale Number screen displayed, verify the correct scale number is shown
and then press the ENTER key. Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the scale
number and then press the ENTER key.
5. The display will change to show the Scale 1 – Calibration Options screen.
6. From the Scale 1 – Calibration Options screen, press the 3 key or use the Navigation Keys
to select (highlight) 3. Fine Span and then press the ENTER key.
7. With the Scale 1 – Fine Span screen displayed, place a calibrated test weight on the
scale.
Use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) the Fine Span adjustment option and then
press the ENTER key to perform the function or;
Press the U key to increase displayed weight.
Press the D key to decrease the displayed weight,
Press the Z key to zero the scale.
Press the Q key to save the current settings and Quit.
The display will return to the Scale 1 – Calibration Options screen.
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FINE SPAN ADJUSTMENT, CONT.
If 2nd Order Linearization was enabled and the Num Cal Pts parameter is set for 2 or
more, then a COEFF option will be added to the Fine Span screen. This option is used to
adjust the displayed weight after testing has shown an error in a specific range of weight.
Press the C key or use the Navigation Keys to select (highlight) the Coeff option and then
press the ENTER key to proceed to the Coefficient screen.
Linear Coefficient:
The Linear Coefficient is applied to the load cell signal to calculate weight. If the current
setting displayed for this coefficient is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to
the 2nd Order Coeff: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter a new Linear Coefficient and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
2nd Order Coeff:
This coefficient is applied to the square of the load cell signal to calculate weight. If the
current 2nd Order Coeff setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to
advance to the Tweak low weight: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter a new 2nd Order Coeff and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
WARNING! Changing the Linear Coefficient or the 2nd Order Coeff will
affect the indicator's ability to display the proper weight. Please consult the
factory before making any changes.
Tweak low weight:
This is the low end of the range of weight that requires adjusting. For example, if after
performing linearization testing, the displayed weight is 5 lbs low between 10,000 lbs and
15,000 lbs, the value for the tweak low weight is 10000.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to the
Tweak high weight: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the tweak low weight and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
Tweak high weight:
This is the high end of the range of weight that requires adjusting. Using the example
above, the value for the tweak high weight is 15000.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the V Down Arrow to advance to the
Tweak weight: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the tweak high weight and then press the V
Down Arrow to advance to the next parameter.
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Tweak weight:
This is the amount of weight that needs to be added (or subtracted) from the range of
weight to bring the displayed weight into tolerance. Again, using the example above, the
Tweak Weight would be 5.
If the setting displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to return to the
Scale 1 – Fine Span screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter a new tweak weight and then press the ENTER
key to return to the Scale 1 – Fine Span screen.
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AUDIT TRAIL COUNTERS
A Category 1 Audit Trial is provided on the Model 825 with two event counters that increment
when a change is made to features that are required by NTEP or OIML to be sealed. One
counter is designated for calibration parameters and one is designated for configuration
changes as required in NCWM Publication 14, 2007. Each event counter has a capacity to
record 999 changes. The data for the counters is maintained in non-volatile memory and can
be viewed by a weights and measures inspector. When selected, the display will show the
number of changes and the date and time of the last update to the Calibration and
Configuration counters.
To View the Audit Trail Counters
1. Press the ON/OFF key to turn on the 825. The display will perform a short self-test and
then change to the Startup screen showing the software versions and diagnostics of the
option cards.
2. Press the Navigation Keys V Down Arrow to “advance” to (highlight) the Setup menu
option and then press the ENTER key or press the 3 key to select the Setup menu option.
The display will change to show the Setup Menu screen.
IMPORTANT! If the Login and Password protection feature has been enable, the
Login screen will be displayed instead of the Setup Menu screen. Enter the login
and then press the V Down Arrow to advance to the password prompt. Enter the
password and then press the ENTER key to proceed to the Setup Menu.
3. With the Setup Menu displayed, press the 7 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 7. View audit trail and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Audit Trail screen.
Audit Trail
Count
Last Update
Date
Time
Calibration:
11 08/09/2008 14:54:20
Configuration:
20 08/09/2008 13:16:03
Press any key or ‘P’ to print
4. After viewing the audit trail, press the P key to print the audit trail (using COM1 at the
default baud rate) or press any key to return to the Setup Menu screen.
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ELECTRONIC TALLEY ROLL (ETR) FILE
The 825 is equipped with an Electronic Talley Roll (ETR) file, which stores transaction data
each time the indicator receives a Talley command from the computing peripheral. The data is
maintained in non-volatile memory for viewing by a weights and measures inspector.
Each time the indicator receives an ETR request (SMA XT command), an internal consecutive
transaction number (that cannot be modified), the date, time, and the current weight will be
stored in memory. The 825 has memory capacity to store up to 7000 transactions in the ETR
file. Note that when its capacity is reached, the newest transaction will replace the oldest.
IMPORTANT! The ETR file can only be displayed. It cannot be manually cleared or printed.
To View the Electronic Talley Roll (ETR) File
1. Press the ON/OFF key to apply power to the 825. The display will perform a short selftest and then change to the Startup screen showing the software versions and
diagnostics of the option cards.
2. When the 825 is initially started, a countdown staring at 7 seconds will appear to the
right of 1. Application Program. Allow the countdown to complete or press the
ENTER key or press the 1 key to select the Application Program option. The
display will change to show:
Starting application mode
and then change to show:
Cardinal 825-loading...
Starting...
and then change to show the Application Menu with a countdown starting at 8
seconds appearing to the right of the Indicator selection.
Application Menu
1. Indicator
ver 1.07
(secs 8)
2. Configuration
3. File Manager
4. Slide Show
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Configuration
3. With the Application Menu displayed, press the 2 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 2. Configuration and then press the ENTER key. The display will
change to show the Configuration screen.
Configuration
ver 1.17
1 Calibrate touch screen
2. Show touch screen tracking
3. Set color settings
4 Configure Weight Server
4. Configure Weight Server
With the Configuration screen displayed, press the 4 key or use the Navigation Keys to
select (highlight) 4. Configure Weight Server and then press the ENTER key. The
display will change to show the Configure Weight Server screen.
Configure Weight Server
1. Configure TCP/IP Server
2. Configure Serial Ports
3. Electronic Talley Roll
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3. Electronic Talley Roll
With the Configure Weight Server screen displayed, press the 3 key or use the Navigation
Keys to select (highlight) 3. Electronic Talley Roll and then press the ENTER key.
The display will change to show the Select ETR Range screen.
Select ETR Range
From:
With the Select ETR Range screen displayed, the setting for From: (the ETR range
starting number) will be shown. If the number displayed is acceptable, press the V
Down Arrow to proceed to the To: parameter.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the ETR starting number and then press the V
Down Arrow to “advance” to the To: parameter.
To:
With the Select ETR Range screen displayed, the setting for To: (the ETR range ending
number) will be shown. If the number displayed is acceptable, press the ENTER key to
proceed to the ETR Report screen.
Otherwise, use the numeric keys to enter the ETR ending number and then press the
ENTER key to proceed to the ETR Report screen.
ETR Report
After viewing the ETR Report for the number or range of numbers entered, press any key to
return to the Select ETR Range screen.
ETR Report
Num
Date
Time
Weight
Press any key
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ELECTRONIC TALLEY ROLL (ETR) FILE, CONT.
Return to Normal Operations
To return to the Weight Screen and resume normal weighing operations, with the Select
ETR Range screen displayed, press the Navigation Keys Y Left Arrow three (3) times to
return to the Application Menu.
Application Menu
1. Indicator
ver 1.07
(secs 8)
2. Configuration
3. File Manager
4. Slide Show
With the Application Menu displayed, press the 1 key or use the Navigation Keys to select
(highlight) 1. Indicator and then press the ENTER key. The display will change to
show the Weight screen. Normal weighing operations can now resume.
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NOTES
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NOTES
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PART IDENTIFICATION
ITEM #
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
26
QTY.
26
1
18
1
10
14
1
5
1
12
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
¾
1
1
1
PART NUMBER
6013-0039
6013-0297
6013-0433
6024-0037
6024-1022
6024-1078
6610-1506
6610-2248
6610-5002
6680-0004
6680-0220
6980-1030
8545-B810-08
8545-B814-08
8545-C815-08
8545-C816-08
8545-C822-0A
8545-C834-0A
8545-D835-0A
8545-D810-08
8545-D833-0A
6540-1104
6710-0030
593GR986
6650-0087
6610-5084
DESCRIPTION
NUT #6-32 HEX
NUT #10-32 HEX
NUT #10-32 HEX ACORN LOCK SS
WASHER LOCK HELICAL SP #10 REG SS
WASHER FLAT #6 Z/P
WASHER FLAT #6 NEOPRENE BACKING SS
CONN GLAND .160-.310 GRIP .60 MTG NICKEL
CONN GLAND .187-.312 GRIP .599 MTG BLK
GROUND LUG L-35
WASHER LOCK INT TOOTH #6 TYPE A Z-PL
SPACER #6 x .875
POWER CORD 18/3 SVT CEE 6.3 FT.
ACCESS PLATE
ACCESS PLATE GASKET
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL GASKET
BEZEL WELDMENT
POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY
SUB-CHASSIS ASSEMBLY
KEYPAD: 825 INDICATOR
FRONT ENCLOSURE WELDMENT
HOLE PLUG, 0.173-0.240
TAPE, DBL. SIDED 0.5” WIDE
SERIAL TAG ASSY.
LABEL, MADE IN THE USA
TERMINAL BLOCK, 3 POS.
¾Amount required to extend past edge of enclosure. See illustration on the next page.
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PART IDENTIFICATION
(Mounting Touch Screen Cable)
NOTE! Tape must extend past the edge of enclosure as shown.
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PART IDENTIFICATION
(Rear – Inside View)
NOTE! The ground wire for the power supply is attached to the enclosure wall at the
ground lug located under the power supply housing as show.
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PART IDENTIFICATION
(Front View)
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PART IDENTIFICATION
(Rear View)
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STATEMENT OF LIMITED WARRANTY
WARRANTY TERMS
Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Company warrants the equipment we manufacture against defects in material and workmanship.
The length and terms and conditions of these warranties vary with the type of product and are summarized below:
PRODUCT
TYPE
TERM
MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP
LIGHTNING
DAMAGE
See note 9
WATER
DAMAGE
See note 7
CORROSION
See note 4
ON-SITE
LABOR
LIMITATIONS
AND
REQUIREMENTS
VEHICLE SCALE
WEIGHT
INDICATORS
1
YEARS
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
1, 2, 3, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
VEHICLE SCALE
LOAD CELLS
Ex. Hydraulic
5
YEARS
YES
YES
YES
YES
90 DAYS
1, 2, 3, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
HYDRAULIC
LOAD CELLS
LIFE
YES
YES
YES
YES
90 DAYS
1, 5, 6, 8
A, B, C, D
VEHICLE
SCALE
STRUCTURE
5
YEARS
YES
YES
YES
YES
90 DAYS
1, 2, 3, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
ALL OTHER
CARDINAL
PRODUCTS
1
YEAR
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
1, 2, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
REPLACEMENT
PARTS
90
DAYS
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
1, 2, 4, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
IN-MOTION
VEHICLE
SCALES
1
YEAR
YES
NO
YES
YES
90 DAYS
1, 2, 5, 6
A, B, C, D
APPLICABLE LIMITATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser. The warranty does not apply to equipment that has been tampered with,
defaced, damaged, or had repairs or modifications not authorized by Cardinal or has had the serial number altered, defaced or
removed.
This warranty is not applicable to equipment that has not been grounded in accordance with Cardinal’s recommendations.
This equipment must be installed and continuously maintained by an authorized Cardinal dealer.
Applies only to components constructed from stainless steel.
This warranty does not apply to equipment damaged in transit. Claims for such damage must be made with the responsible
freight carrier in accordance with freight carrier regulations.
Warranty term begins with date of shipment from Cardinal.
Only if device is rated NEMA 4 or better or IP equivalent.
Lifetime warranty applies to damages resulting from water, lightning, and voltage transients and applies only to the hydraulic
load cell structure itself (does not include pressure transducers, rubber seals, o-rings, and associated wiring).
Except for hydraulic load cells, warranty coverage for damage resulting from lightning is valid ONLY when the device is
installed in strict accordance with Cardinal’s installation instructions including the use of recommended grounding and
surge suppression circuitry.
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E-mail: cardinal@cardet.com
203 E. Daugherty
Webb City, MO 64870
12/07
Printed in USA
315-WARRANTY-CAR-E
EXCLUSIONS
A.)
B.)
C.)
D.)
This warranty does not include replacement of consumable of expendable parts. The warranty does not apply to any item
that has been damaged due to unusual wear, abuse, improper line voltage, overloading, theft, fire, lightning, water, prolonged storage or exposure while in purchaser’s possession or acts of God unless otherwise stated herein.
This warranty does not apply to peripheral equipment not manufactured by Cardinal. This equipment will normally be
covered by the equipment manufacturer’s warranty.
This warranty sets forth the extent of our liability for breach of any warranty or deficiency in connection with the sale or
use of our product. Cardinal will not be liable for consequential damages of any nature, including but not limited to loss
of profit, delays or expenses, whether based on tort or contract. Cardinal reserves the right to incorporate improvements
in material and design without notice and is not obligated to incorporate said improvements in equipment previously
manufactured.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied including any warranty that extends beyond the description of the product including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. This warranty covers
only those Cardinal products installed in the forty-eight contiguous United States and Canada.
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Ph. (800) 441-4237
E-mail: cardinal@cardet.com
203 E. Daugherty
Webb City, MO 64870
12/07
Printed in USA
315-WARRANTY-CAR-E
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