SE9000A Weighing Indicators

SE9000A Weighing Indicators
SE9000A
Weighing Indicators
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Software rev.: UEr 1.10
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
1.0 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................ 3
2.0 SPECIFICATIONS AND LED SYMBOLS .......................................................... 4
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................... 4
2.2 LED SYMBOLS ............................................................................................... 4
3.0 CONNECTION ................................................................................................... 5
3.1 LOAD CELL CONNECTION ........................................................................... 5
3.2 RS-232C INTERFACE .................................................................................... 5
3.2.1 CONNECTION ......................................................................................... 5
3.2.2 DATA FORMAT......................................................................................... 5
4.0 OPERATIONS.................................................................................................... 6
4.1 POWER........................................................................................................... 6
4.2 CAR NUMBER AND GOODS NUMBER......................................................... 7
4.2.1 CAR NUMBER SETTING......................................................................... 7
4.2.2 GOODS NUMBER SETTING ................................................................... 7
4.3 AUTO ACCUMULATION CONTROL SETTING.............................................. 7
4.4 TOGGLE AUTO/MANUAL MODE .................................................................. 8
4.5 ZERO FUNCTION........................................................................................... 8
4.6 TOGGLE NET/GROSS MODE........................................................................ 8
4.7 TARE FUNCTION ........................................................................................... 9
4.7.1 REMOVE STORED TARE VALUE ........................................................... 9
4.7.2 ACQUIRE TARE BY WEIGHING VALUE ................................................. 9
4.7.3 ACQUIRE TARE BY KEYPAD INPUT ...................................................... 9
4.8 ACCUMULATION TIMES AND VALUE DISPLAY ........................................ 10
4.9 HIGH RESOLUTION DISPLAY ..................................................................... 10
4.10 DATE/TIME DISPLAY AND SETTING ........................................................ 10
4.11 CLEAR DATA.............................................................................................. 11
4.11.1 CLEAR THE LAST WEIGHING RECORD............................................ 11
4.11.2 CLEAR ALL THE CAR NUMBERS AND TARES .................................. 11
4.11.3 CLEAR ALL THE WEIGHING RECORDS ............................................ 11
5.0 PRINT............................................................................................................... 12
5.1 STYLE SETTING .......................................................................................... 12
5.2 FORM FEED/BACK FEED ............................................................................ 13
5.3 WEIGHING BY ONCE................................................................................... 13
5.3.1 WITH CAR NUMBER AND TARE........................................................... 13
5.3.2 WITHOUT CAR NUMBER AND TARE ................................................... 13
5.4 WEIGHING BY TWICE ................................................................................. 14
5.5 STATISTIC BY CAR NUMBER ..................................................................... 14
5.6 STATISTIC BY GOODS NUMBER ............................................................... 14
5.7 DAILY STATISTIC REPORT......................................................................... 15
5.8 STATISTIC REPORT FOR ALL RECORDS ................................................. 15
5.9 SAMPLE PRINTING SHEETS ...................................................................... 16
6.0 ERROR MESSAGES AND TROUBLE-SHOOTING ........................................ 17
7.0 MAINTENANCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS ................................................ 18
8.0 SERVICE INFORMATION................................................................................ 19
1.0 INTRODUCTION
The SE9000A Indicator is an ideal electronic car scale with high precision,
multi-function, high performance for use with strain gauge load cells.
The scale offers:
•
High precision A/D converter
•
Intellectual digital filtering for stability and fast response
•
1.0 inch clear green LED Display, highly visible in all work areas
•
Supports up to eight 350 ohm or sixteen 700 ohm load cells
•
Real clock
•
Power fail protect
•
RS-232 interface can be connected to large screen display
Our company has product QLD-X Large Screen Display which is 6
digits high intensity display with 3, 5 or 8 inch character high
•
Store up to 200 car number's tares and 1900 car number's
weighing records
•
Full range tare
•
Manual or automatic memory accumulation facility
•
Operation from main power or internal rechargeable battery once
charged it will last for about 30 hours.
•
Lockable keyboard calibration and configuration for security
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2.0 SPECIFICATIONS AND LED SYMBOLS
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS
Grade
Input signal
Load Cells
Zero temperature drift
Range temperature coefficient
Operating temperature
Humidity
Maximum data stored
Print
Interface
Power supply
Overall dimension
Net weight
Functions
Classes Ⅲ at 3000 divisions
1.0~4.0 mV/V
Supply voltage 5VDC
up to 8 load cells of 350 ohm or 16 load cells of
700 ohm
< ±0.1μV/℃
< ±10ppm/℃
-10℃~40℃
< 85%RH
200 car numbers' tares
1900 car numbers' weighing records
Daily report and statistic monthly report (sorted by
car number and goods number)
RS-232C interface
RS- 485 interface is optional
220 VAC, 50 Hz, 12 watts or internal 6 V lead acid
battery charged by internal power supply
300 X 200 X 160 mm
2.7 kg
Automatic zero track range is selectable
Non-linearity revise
Power fail protect
Non-stop clock
2.2 LED SYMBOLS
Zero
The scale is at zero
Net
A weight has been tared; the display is showing the net weight.
Auto
The automatic accumulation function is active
Stable The weight is stable
Light when battery capacity is less than 30% to remind that the
battery needs to be re-charged
Flicker when battery capacity is less than 20% to remind that the
battery needs to be re-charged immediately
Tare
The tare value is not equal to zero
Car No. There are car numbers stored
Main power is applied to the indicator and charge the internal
AC
battery automatically
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3.0 CONNECTION
3.1 LOAD CELL CONNECTION
The RS-232 connector is a 9 pin d-subminiature plug mounted on the rear
panel.
Load cell connection: (Load cell supply voltage: 5 VDC)
Pin 1-2:
Pin 4-5:
Pin 7:
Pin 8:
Pin 3:
+E
-E
+S
-S
GND
Load cell excitation positive
Load cell excitation negative
Load cell output positive
Load cell output positive
Load cell cable shield
3.2 RS-232C INTERFACE
3.2.1 CONNECTION
The RS-232 connector is a 9 pin d-subminiature socket mounted on the
rear panel.
Communication connection:
Pin 2: RXD RS-232 input
Pin 3: TXD RS-232 output
Pin 5: GND
3.2.2 DATA FORMAT
1.Communication address XX = 0; Stream output mode
Data format: = X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 SA CR
X7X6X5X4X3X2X1 is displaying data, X1is low digit, X7 is high digit
SA = 0100ABCD in which
A = 1: overflow
B = 1: tared
C = 1: stable
D = 1: zero
2.Communication address XX = 1-98, External command mode from PC
2.1 Read weight:STX R D S n BCC CR
Return data:STX n D X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 SA BCC CR
2.2 Tare:STX T A R n BCC CR
Return data:STX n D X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7
SA BCC
CR
Note 1:
n is the communication address (81H – E2H).
Note 2:
The check byte BCC is the binary sum from STX to BCC
(excluding STX and BCC).
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4.0 OPERATIONS
4.1 POWER
l Attach the mains power adapter to the power supply. The scale will
charge the internal battery whenever it is connected to the 230VAC
power supply.
l To turn on the SE9000A, turn on the power switch at the rear of the
scale and then press the [①] key.
l The display will show the software revision then a self test, showing
the segments are all working. The message "Pbt XX" will be shown
before the display goes to zero. This is an indication of the
percentage of charge of the internal battery. The value "XX" will vary
from a low value of about 10% to a maximum of 99%.
l If the message "Err 3" is shown,that means zero point is abnormal.
l To switch off the power press the [①] key. It may be necessary to
hold the key a few seconds, until display shows "– OFF – ". When
the power is to be off for a long time as in storage or shipping, turn
off the switch at the rear to save the battery from being drained.
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4.2 CAR NUMBER AND GOODS NUMBER
4.2.1 CAR NUMBER SETTING
Press [Car No] key, display shows the original car number "324568".
If no more key input in 2 seconds, it will return to weighing display.
Otherwise press key as following table
Operation
Display
Note
Step
Press [No.]
1
[789012] Input a new car number
Press [Car No] [789012] Save this new car number
2
3
If
There is no tare stored for this car number
4
[—no—] 2 seconds later return to weighing display
5
Else if
There is a tare stored for this car number
6
[ 12340] Display the tare of this car number
7
2 seconds later [ 6530] return to net weight weighing display
The [Tare] and the [Net] indicators are lit
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Note:
4.2.2
The [No.] key is any of the numerical keys; this will apply to
all the following sections.
GOODS NUMBER SETTING
Operation
Step
Press [Goods No]
1
Press [No.]
2
3
Press [Input]
Display
[F12—34]
[F18—26]
Note
Original goods number
Input new goods number
Save this new goods number and
return to weighing display
4.3 AUTO ACCUMULATION CONTROL SETTING
• Press the [Set] key.
• Display: "PS
0".
• Press the [Auto/Manual] key.
• Display auto accumulation state: "Aut
0".
The rightmost digit = 0 means manual accumulation.
The rightmost digit = 1 means auto accumulation when load is stable.
The rightmost digit = 2 means auto save displaying value when load is
stable. When unload to less than minimum weighing value,
the last stable value will be accumulated automatically.
•
Use the [No.] key to select, press the [Input] key to enter your
selection and return to normal weighing display.
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4.4 TOGGLE AUTO/MANUAL MODE
•
Press the [Auto/Manual] key to switch the control mode from
auto to manual, or from manual to auto.
•
In auto mode the [Auto] indicator will be lit and the auto
detection will start running.
•
Default is the manual mode when turn on the power.
4.5 ZERO FUNCTION
•
The displaying value should be less than 2%F.S. and be stable.
•
To zero the display press the [Zero] key with nothing on the
platform.
•
The [Zero] indicator will be lit.
4.6 TOGGLE NET/GROSS MODE
•
In weighing display press the [Net/Gross] key to switch the
display mode from net to gross, or from gross to net.
•
In net weight display, the [Net] indicator is lit.
•
When switch display from gross weight to net weight, the tare
value will be displayed for 1.5 seconds, then display the net
weight.
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4.7 TARE FUNCTION
4.7.1 REMOVE STORED TARE VALUE
•
When the [Tare] indicator is lit,press the [Tare] key to remove
the stored tare value.
•
The [Net] indicator will be switched off and the gross weight will
be displayed.
•
The corresponding car number and tare will be cleared.
4.7.2
ACQUIRE TARE BY WEIGHING VALUE
•
When the scale has a container on it and its [Stable] indicator
is lit, press the [Tare] key to force the scale displays zero.
•
The current weighing value will be saved as a tare.
•
The [Net] indicator will be turned on and the net weight will be
displayed.
•
The corresponding car number and tare will be stored.
4.7.3
ACQUIRE TARE BY KEYPAD INPUT
•
Use the numerical keys to input the tare value.
•
Press the [Tare] key to save this input value as a tare.
•
The [Net] indicator will be turned on and the net weight will be
displayed.
•
The corresponding car number and tare will be stored.
Note: Just the last 200 car numbers and tares can be stored;
The new tare value will replace the old one if it exists.
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4.8 ACCUMULATION TIMES AND VALUE DISPLAY
•
Press the [Statistic] key
•
The times of the accumulation "n
•
Press the [Print] key
•
Accumulated weight will be printed
•
Press the [Input] key to return to normal weighing display
218" will be displayed
4.9 HIGH RESOLUTION DISPLAY
•
In weighing mode, press the [←] key to enter high resolution
display (10 times) and the right most decimal point will be lit.
•
In this state, accumulation and print functions are prohibited.
•
Press the [←] key or [Input] key to return to the normal
weighing display.
Note: This displaying state is used just for check or debug.
4.10 DATE/TIME DISPLAY AND SETTING
•
Press the [Time/Date] key
•
Current time "09.26.48" will be displayed. (26 past 9)
•
Press the [No.] key to modify the time if you wish
•
Press the [Input] key
•
Current date "05.06.12" will be displayed.(June 12, 2005)
•
Press the [No.] key to modify the date if you wish
•
Press the [Input] key to return to the normal weighing display.
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4.11 CLEAR DATA
•
In weighing mode
•
Press the [Del] key and then the [Input] key.
•
The car number and the tare will be cleared.
•
This action do not change the memory contents
•
In setting mode
•
Press the [Del] key
•
The input data will be cleared.
4.11.1
CLEAR THE LAST WEIGHING RECORD
Step Operation
1
2 Press [Del]
3
Press [1]
4
Press [Input]
4.11.2
Note
[ClEAr1]
Weighing value Clear the last weighing record
CLEAR ALL THE CAR NUMBERS AND TARES
Step Operation
1
2 Press [Del]
3
Press [Car No]
4
Press [Input]
4.11.3
Display
Weighing value
[ClEAr ]
Display
Weighing value
[ClEAr ]
Note
[ClEArC]
Weighing value Clear all the car numbers and tares
CLEAR ALL THE WEIGHING RECORDS
Step Operation
1
2 Press [Del]
3
Press [9]
4
Press [Input]
Display
Weighing value
[ClEAr ]
Note
[ClEArA]
Weighing value Clear all the weighing records
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5.0 PRINT
5.1 STYLE SETTING
Set as the following table
Step Operation
1 Press [Set]
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Press [Print]
Display
[PS 0]
[Prt
Note
X=0:
Record printing
X= 1-3: 1-3 binding-bill printing
X]
X=9:
Fill in printing
Select printing format
Press [No.]
Press [Input] [rS XXX] Right shift space number for printing (Default is 0)
Input right shift number
Press [No.]
Press [Input] [bA XXX] Back feed number(XXX*254/18mm). (Default is 0)
Input back feed number
Press [No.]
Press [Input] [Fd XXX] Form feed number(XXX*254/18mm). (Default is 0)
Input form feed number
Press [No.]
End printer setting
Press [Input]
Note 1: For binding-bill printing: rS = 0 ,bA = 0, Fd = 0
Note 2: For fill in printing:
KX-P1121 printer:
rS = 0 ,bA = 30, Fd = 35
LQ-300 printer:
rS = 0 ,bA = 0, Fd = 10
Parameters meaning of fill in printing are as following figure:
rS
bA
WEIGHT BILL
No
No
××××××
DATE
DATE
TIME
TIME
CAR No
No
CAR
GOODS
GOODS
GROSS
GROSS
TARE
TARE
NET
NET
××××××
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
Kg
Kg
Kg
Fd
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5.2 FORM FEED/BACK FEED
•
Press the [↑] key once for one line feed.
•
Press and hold the [↑] key to do form feed continually.
•
Release the [↑] key to stop form feed.
•
Press the [↓] key once for half line back feed.
Note: use 24 pin printers, such as KX-P1121, Citizen 230 and so on.
5.3 WEIGHING BY ONCE
5.3.1 WITH CAR NUMBER AND TARE
Operation
Display
Note
Step
1 Car enter platform Weighing value
2 Press [No.]
[ 12345]
Input current car number
Display this car number's tare for
3 Press [Car No]
[ 12500]
2 seconds, then display the net weight
Accumulate and print
4 Press [Print]
No display
(According to the print style setting)
Display the accumulation times,
5
[n 220]
2 seconds later return to weighing display.
6 Car leave platform Weighing value Delete car number and tare automatically.
5.3.2 WITHOUT CAR NUMBER AND TARE
Step
Operation
Display
Note
1 Car enter platform Weighing value
2 Press [Print]
No display
Print weighing record
Display the accumulation times,
3
[n 221]
2 seconds later return to weighing display.
4 Car leave platform Weighing value
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5.4 WEIGHING BY TWICE
Step
Operation
Display
Note
1 Car enter platform Weighing value
2 Press [No.]
[ 12345]
Input current car number
There is no such car number and tare
3 Press [Car No]
[ -NO-]
stored before.
4 Press [Tare]
[
0]
Store this car number and tare
Delete this car number and tare manually,
5 Press [Del] [Input] Weighing value
end operation
Clear car number and tare automatically,
6 Car leave platform Weighing value
end operation
Car enter platform Weighing value
Press [No.]
[ 12345]
Input current car number
Display this car number's tare,
8 Press [Car No]
[ 12500]
then display the net weight
9 Press [Print]
No display
Switch tare, accumulate and print
Display the accumulation times,
10
[n 223]
2 seconds later return to weighing display.
Delete car number and tare automatically,
11 Car leave platform Weighing value
end operation
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5.5 STATISTIC BY CAR NUMBER
Step
1
2
3
4
Operation
Display
Note
Weighing value Operation should be in weighing display
Display accumulation times, Must press
Press [Statistic]
[n 126]
the [Car No] key within 2 seconds.
Print all the weighing records, accumulation
Press [Car No]
No display times and accumulation weight
according to the current car number.
Weighing value After printing, return to weighing display.
5.6 STATISTIC BY GOODS NUMBER
Step
1
2
3
4
Operation
Display
Note
Weighing value Operation should be in weighing display
Display accumulation times, Must press
Press [Statistic]
[n 126]
the [Goods No] key within 2 seconds.
Print all the weighing records, accumulation
Press
No display times and accumulation weight
[Goods No]
according to the current goods number.
Weighing value After printing, return to weighing display.
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5.7 DAILY STATISTIC REPORT
Step
1
2
3
4
Operation
Display
Note
Weighing value Operation should be in weighing display
Display accumulation times, Must press
Press [Statistic]
[n 126]
the [Daily Report] key within 2 seconds.
Print all the weighing records, accumulation
Press
No display times and accumulation weight
[Daily Report]
according to the current date
Weighing value After printing, return to weighing display.
5.8 STATISTIC REPORT FOR ALL RECORDS
Step
1
2
3
4
Operation
Display
Note
Weighing value Operation should be in weighing display
Display accumulation times, Must press
Press [Statistic]
[n 126]
the [9] key within 2 seconds.
Print all the weighing records, accumulation
Press [9]
No display
times and accumulation weight
Weighing value After printing, return to weighing display.
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5.9
SAMPLE PRINTING SHEETS
Record printing
Serial .No.
1
2
3
4
Date
01-09-20
01-09-20
01-09-20
01-09-20
Time
14:21
14:22
14:23
14:24
Binding-bill printing
(Select from 1-3)
Weighing Bill
Company Name:
Serial No.
Date
Time
Car No.
Goods No.
Gross weight
Tare weight
Net weight
Operator
Car No
25683
15352
26283
13586
Goods No.
22-33
32-10
22-33
30-20
Gross
18650kg
18650kg
18650kg
18650kg
Tare
12650kg
12650kg
12650kg
12650kg
Net
6000kg
6000kg
6000kg
6000kg
Fill in printing
(Non-carbon, 3 copies)
WEIGHT BILL
FOR
Operator
SERIAL No.
DATE
TIME
CAR No.
GOODS No.
GROSS
TARE
NET
Operator
REMARK
Kg
Kg
Kg
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6.0 ERROR MESSAGES AND TROUBLE-SHOOTING
Error
Error
Messages
Messages
Err E
Err F
Err t
Err 1
Err 2
Err 3
Err 4
Err 5
Err 6
OUEr
Possible Causes
Causes
Possible
Suggestions
Suggestions
The memory chip X5045
Turn off power switch at the rear of the scale
has failed.
and wait for ten seconds. Turn on again.
The memory chip 24C256
Same as above
has failed.
The clock chip has failed.
A/D value is less than
normal range, the ADC or
the load cell may have
failed.
A/D value is bigger than
normal range, the ADC or
the load cell may have
failed.
Zero point is abnormal
when power on.
A/D value is too small
when calibrate zero point.
Range calibration has
failed.
Unplug the load cell connection.
If the problem still exists then the ADC is
faulty. If not then check cables and load cells.
Unplug the load cell connection.
If the problem still exists then the ADC is
faulty. If not then check cables and load cells.
Check the connections to scale.
Ensure load cell is not damaged and that any
dead load is applied.
Check that load cell is wired correctly and is
the correct size and output for scale. Ensure
that correct mass was loaded.
Weighing value can not be Check load cell for liquid ingress, or
environmental influences.
stabilized in calibration
Check battery charge.
period.
Weighing value is bigger Enter A/D value display, then check
than
the
maximum whether the ADC is working correctly.
Ensure that the load cell has not been
weighing.
overloaded.
Check parameter setting for max value or
recalibrate range.
Weighing display will not
Check the battery for correct charge.
show stable value.
Plug in different scale to test if problem is
with the scale or load cell.
Ensure increment value setting is not too
small.
Can not turn on the power
Ensure that power switch at the rear is
turned on.
Plug in the adapter and check that the "AC"
LED on the front of the indicator is lit.
Test voltage on the battery to ensure that it
is charging above 6 volts.
Check load cell and RS232 connection to
see if any are shorted.
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7.0 MAINTENANCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS
•
Connected to the ground properly
•
Do not use this scale under direct sunshine
•
Do not use this scale under the place where there is heavy
dust, strong vibration and humid environment.
•
Connect the load cell to the scale reliably
•
Keep away from strong magnetic field
•
Keep away from strong corrosive, inflammable and explosive
materials.
•
Strictly forbid the strong solvents, such as benzene, nitro-type
oil etc to clean the enclosure of this scale.
•
Turn off the power before plug /unplug the connection between
this scale and other devices.
•
Do not turn on the scale without connection to the load cell.
•
Do not plug/unplug the load cell socket when the scale is
power on.
•
Charged the battery completely before using.
•
Re-charged the battery every 2 months if do not use the
battery for a long time.
•
In shipping and fixing place the scale tenderly to avoid strong
vibration, which will cause internal battery pole shorted and
damage the battery.
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8.0 SERVICE INFORMATION
This manual covers the details of operation. If you have a problem with
the scale that is not directly addressed by this manual then contact your
supplier for assistance. In order to provide further assistance, the supplier
will need the following information which should be kept ready:
A. Details of your company
-Name of your company:
-Contact person’s name:
-Contact telephone, e-mail,
fax or any other methods:
B. Details of the unit purchased
(This part of information should always be available for any future correspondence.
We suggest you to fill in this form as soon as the unit is received and keep a
print-out in your record for ready reference.)
Model name of the product:
Serial number of the unit:
Software revision number
(Displayed when power is first turned on):
Date of Purchase:
Name of the supplier and place:
C.
Brief description of the problem
Include any recent history of the unit. For example:
-Has it been working since it’s delivered
-Has it been in contact with water
-Damaged from a fire
-Electrical Storms in the area
-Dropped on the floor, etc.
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
Scalemarket USA Corp., offers Limited Warranty (Parts and Labour)
for the components failed due to defects in materials or workmanship.
Warranty starts from the date of delivery.
During the warranty period, should any repairs be necessary, the purchaser must
inform its supplier or Scalemarket USA Corp.
The company or its authorized Technician reserves the right to repair or replace the
components at the purchaser’s site or any of its workshops depending on the
severity of the problems at no additional cost.
However, any freight involved in sending the faulty units or parts to the service
centre should be borne by the purchaser.
The warranty will cease to operate if the equipment is not returned in the original
packaging and with correct documentation for a claim to be processed.
All claims are at the sole discretion of Scalemarket USA Corp.
This warranty does not cover equipment where defects or poor performance is due
to misuse, accidental damage, exposure to radioactive or corrosive materials,
negligence, faulty installation, unauthorized modifications or attempted repair or
failure to observe the requirements and recommendations as given in this
User Manual.
Repairs carried out under the warranty does not extend the warranty period.
Components removed during the warranty repairs become the company property.
The statutory right of the purchaser is not affected by this warranty.
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