DD1010 WEIGHING TERMINAL

DD1010 WEIGHING TERMINAL
DD1010 WEIGHING TERMINAL
USE, MAINTENANCE AND INSTALLATION MANUAL
Edition 01/02/2013
Manual code n°81320431
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................ 3
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
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SAFETY RULES .......................................................................................................................... 12
2.1
2.2
2.3
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Prohibited uses ................................................................................................................................12
Standards ........................................................................................................................................12
Instructions for use ..........................................................................................................................12
DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION ............................................................................................... 13
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
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Foreword............................................................................................................................................3
Documentation...................................................................................................................................4
Symbols .............................................................................................................................................4
Description of the terminal .................................................................................................................5
Specifications of the terminal .............................................................................................................6
Declaration of Conformity ..................................................................................................................7
Overall dimensions and weight of terminal ........................................................................................7
1.7.1
Plastic version .....................................................................................................................7
1.7.2
Stainless steel, tabletop version ..........................................................................................8
1.7.3
Stainless steel, wall-mounted version..................................................................................8
Instructions for disposal of electrical or electronic waste material .......................................................9
Requiring technical assistance ..........................................................................................................9
Warranty ............................................................................................................................................9
Spare parts ......................................................................................................................................10
Installation........................................................................................................................................15
3.1.1
Tabletop installation...........................................................................................................15
Connecting the terminal to the mains ..............................................................................................15
3.2.1
Checks ..............................................................................................................................15
3.2.2
Connection diagram (version with connectors)..................................................................16
3.2.2
Connection diagram (version with cable lugs) ...................................................................17
CONNECTING THE TERMINAL TO THE WEIGHING PLATFORM ...............................................19
3.3.1
Connection diagram (platform) ..........................................................................................20
3.3.2
Equipotential condition between terminal and weighing platform ......................................20
3.3.3
Serial connection of digital scale .......................................................................................21
3.3.4
Serial connection of analogue scale ..................................................................................21
SERIAL CONNECTIONS.................................................................................................................22
3.4.1
COM1 serial connection ....................................................................................................22
3.4.2
COM2 serial connection ....................................................................................................22
3.4.3
RS232 connections ...........................................................................................................23
3.4.4
RS422 connections ...........................................................................................................23
CONTROLS - TURNING ON AND OFF ...................................................................................... 24
4.1
4.2
4.3
ON/OFF key.....................................................................................................................................24
Touch screen ...................................................................................................................................26
External keyboard and mouse .........................................................................................................26
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USING THE TERMINAL .............................................................................................................. 26
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OPTIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 27
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ERROR MESSAGES ................................................................................................................... 28
7.1
7.2
Terminal errors ................................................................................................................................28
Scale errors .....................................................................................................................................28
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CUSTOMISING PARAMETERS ................................................................................................. 30
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ACCESS TO METROLOGICAL PARAMETERS ....................................................................... 31
10.1
10.2
10.3
Version with connectors ...................................................................................................................31
Version with cable lugs ....................................................................................................................32
Internal scale sampling ....................................................................................................................33
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REMOVING COMPONENTS....................................................................................................... 34
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
11.10
11.11
11.11
11.12
Removing support (stainless steel version only) ..............................................................................34
Opening the terminal .......................................................................................................................35
11.2.1 Plastic version ...................................................................................................................35
11.2.2 Stainless steel version .......................................................................................................36
Removing front panel and display....................................................................................................37
11.3.1 Plastic version ...................................................................................................................37
11.3.2 Stainless steel version .......................................................................................................39
Removing terminal power supply unit (stainless steel version with cable lugs only) ........................41
Removing power supply unit for digital scale ...................................................................................42
11.5.1 Plastic version ...................................................................................................................42
11.5.2 Stainless steel version with connectors .............................................................................43
11.5.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs ..............................................................................44
Removing lithium batteries...............................................................................................................45
11.6.1 Plastic version ...................................................................................................................45
11.6.2 Stainless steel version with connectors .............................................................................46
11.6.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs ..............................................................................47
Removing weighing cell unit and terminal power supply unit (stainless steel version with cable lugs
only) .................................................................................................................................................48
Removing core card .........................................................................................................................49
11.8.1 Plastic version ...................................................................................................................49
11.8.2 Stainless steel version with connectors .............................................................................50
11.8.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs ..............................................................................51
Removing digital scale input ............................................................................................................52
11.9.1 Plastic version ...................................................................................................................52
11.9.2 Stainless steel version with connectors .............................................................................53
11.9.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs ..............................................................................54
Removing analogue scale input .......................................................................................................55
11.10.1 Plastic version ...................................................................................................................55
11.10.2 Stainless steel version with connectors .............................................................................56
11.10.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs ..............................................................................57
Removing mother board ..................................................................................................................58
11.11.1 Plastic version ...................................................................................................................58
11.11.2 Stainless steel version with connectors .............................................................................59
11.11.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs ..............................................................................60
Installing optional boards .................................................................................................................61
Connecting peripherals to serial ports and USB ports .....................................................................61
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INTRODUCTION
1.1
Foreword
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The purpose of this manual is to inform the operator, by means of texts and figures, of the basic
rules and criteria which must be observed to correctly install, safely use and regularly maintain
the weighing unit.
Always keep this manual to hand! Always observe the instructions contained in the manual!
Safe operation of the system is entrusted firstly to the operator who must possess sufficient
knowledge of the former.
The user is responsible for making sure that installation complies with the relative standards in
force.
The equipment must be installed by qualified personnel after reading and understanding the
contents of this manual.
“Qualified personnel” means persons that have received sufficient training and have acquired
enough professional experience to be authorised by the "Person in charge of safety" to perform
installation, use and maintenance work.
Should any faults arise, contact the nearest service centre.
Neither the user nor unauthorised personnel must attempt to disassemble, modify and tamper
with the system; in this event, the warranty will be immediately invalidated and the Manufacturer
may not be held liable for any damage to people or property.
For no reason may the information on the nameplate, seals and legalization stamps be altered;
as a consequence, make sure that all plates and labels are readable and, on the contrary,
contact the After Sales Office.
The Manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage arising out of improper handling of the
terminal.
The information and illustrations contained in this document are updated as at the date of issue.
The Manufacturer is committed to constantly improving its products, therefore some components
may be modified.
All technical information provided in this manual is property of the Manufacturer and must be
considered confidential.
No part of this manual may be reproduced and/or disclosed, either entirely or partially in any
form or by any means, including hard copies, electronic copies or through the Web, without the
written permission of the Manufacturer
It is also forbidden to use this manual for any purpose that is not strictly related to the
installation, use and maintenance of the terminal.
For the purpose of providing extensive and clear details concerning operation, adjustment and
other topics, some illustrations may show the weighing system without its guards. Never use the
system in these conditions! Remove the guards only for the time strictly necessary to perform
repair or maintenance work and refit them as soon as possible.
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1.2
Documentation
Standard documentation supplied with the DD1010 terminal consists of:
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QUICK START
multi-language, hard copy, quick reference guide for immediate use, declaration of conformity
and main hazard information.
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USE, MAINTENANCE AND INSTALLATION MANUAL
Multi-language, PDF, hard copy available upon demand.
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MANUAL DESCRIBING APPLICATION AND PARAMETERS
Multi-language, PDF, hard copy available upon demand.
Contact the After Sales Office of our Sales and Service network.
1.3
Symbols
Here below are the symbols used in the manual to draw the operators' attention to the various
danger levels relating to “Use and Maintenance” of the instrument.
DANGER
Denotes an operation or procedure where failure to observe the instructions will result in death or
serious injury.
ATTENTION
Denotes an operation or procedure where failure to observe the instructions could result in minor
injury or damage to the instrument.
WARNING
Information or procedure that the operator must follow to ensure correct use of the system, extend
its service life, prevent damage or loss of programming or optimise operation in compliance with
metric standards.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
The sections bearing this pictogram must be entrusted to the qualified technician provided by the
manufacturer for the purpose of performing particularly complex work in special conditions.
Specialised mechanical and/or electric and/or software technicians are available according to
need. PERFORMING THESE OPERATIONS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED! DANGER OF
ACCIDENT OR DAMAGE TO MACHINE!
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1.4
Description of the terminal
The DD1010 terminal performs highly accurate and reliable weighing.
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Especially designed for industrial applications.
Supplied with metrological software required for weighing management.
ABS and stainless steel enclosure; available both in the tabletop and wall-mounted versions.
Simple and intuitive to use, thanks to the 5.7" touch screen.
Versatile and customisable in terms of functions and layout.
Equipped with a powerful SQL relational database for management of weighing data.
Advanced network communication and connectivity.
It can be programmed and customised from a PC via a network.
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1.5
Specifications of the terminal
Power supply
Direct
Via network adapter
12 VDC/3 A (Min. 11 V - Max. 15 V)
L+N+R
110 - 240 VAC (-15% … +10%)
1.8 A
50 - 60 Hz
60W Max.
Equipotential type for weighbridges
Earth connection system
Scales
Total
1/2
(1 analogue or 1 digital; 2 analogue or 2 digital)
Repeater operation
Analog scale
Load cells that can be connected
Minimum impedance
Load cell power supply
Internal resolution
Resolution in type-approved version
Maximum input signal
Sensitivity
Full scale stability
Zero stability
up to 12 x 350 Ohm analogue cells per scale
29 Ohm per scale
4.5+5 VDC
1000000 points at 10 Hz
2 x 4000 ranges, 3 x 3000 ranges
35 mV
0.6 µV/division
< 5 ppm/°C
< 5 ppm/°C
Digital scale
Load cells that can be connected
up to one scale with 12 digital cells or two scales
with 8 digital cells
80 Ohm
10 ÷ 15 VDC
200000 points @ 25 conv/s
2 x 4000 ranges, 3 x 3000 ranges
Minimum impedance
Load cell power supply
Internal resolution
Resolution in type-approved version
Environmental characteristics
Compensated temperature range
Operating range
Maximum humidity
IP protection degree
From -10 to + 40 °C
From -10 to + 40 °C
85 % @ 40°C
Plastic version and stainless steel version with
connectors: direct outputs IP 20 and front panel
IP 65.
Stainless steel version with cable lugs IP 69K
User interface
Video
Keyboard
TFT Display 5.7” with LED
Touch screen
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Communication ports
USB Type A
Serial ports
Ethernet 10/100
2 (+1 internal)
1 rs232/ rs422 optoinsulated- 1 rs232
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Memories
SD Board
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Expansions
Optional board slots
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1.6
Declaration of Conformity
See QUICK START manual.
1.7
Overall dimensions and weight of terminal
1.7.1
Plastic version
WARNING
The plastic version, both in its tabletop and wall-mounted version, is identical. Only orientation of
the terminal changes.
Figure 1.7-1 - Dimensions of the weighing terminal, plastic version
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Dimensions (in mm): see figure 1.1.
Weight: 5 kg
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1.7.2
Stainless steel, tabletop version
Figure 1.7-2 - Dimensions of the weighing terminal, stainless steel tabletop version
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Dimensions (in mm): see figure 1.2.
Weight: 5 kg
Stainless steel, wall-mounted version
Figure 1.7-3 - Dimensions of the weighing terminal, stainless steel, wall-mounted version
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Dimensions (in mm): see figure 1.3.
Weight: 5 kg
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1.8
Instructions for disposal of electrical or electronic waste material
This symbol on the weighing instrument means that:
this electrical/electronic instrument cannot be disposed of as
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municipal solid waste.
It must be disposed of separately.
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It can be handed over to the distributor when purchasing a new
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instrument.
Improper use or disposal of the instrument may be cause of pollution
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or health hazards.
Failure to fulfil the above provisions will be sanctioned under the laws
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in force.
In particular:
• the outer casing and mechanical components include plastic and/or metal materials.
• The casing houses printed circuit boards and electronic components.
• Electrical connections consist of insulated copper leads.
ATTENTION
This appliance must be returned to the distributor or handed over to an authorised waste disposal
centre.
1.9
Requiring technical assistance
Should the instrument work improperly or should there be faults calling for the work of qualified
technicians, contact the nearest service centre of the manufacturer directly.
To obtain a quicker reply, always provide the serial number of the instrument that can be found on
the stamped plate.
Also provide information on the system in which the terminal has been installed.
1.10
Warranty
The conditions of warranty are stipulated in the contract of sale.
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1.11
Spare parts
FIG.
1.11-1
REF.
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CODE
404602
DESCRIPTION
POWER SUPPLY CARD DC-DC 9-18, +15V FOR DIGITAL SCALES
1.11-2 1
1.11-1/ 2
1.11-2
1.11-1 3
404831
404991
MOTHERBOARD DD1010 X CMX300
CARD FOR LCD 5.7" SIZE DD1010
47180119
1.11-2
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47180230
1.11-1
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54830002
1.11-2
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54830006
1.11-1
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52050019
1.11-2
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52050034
1.11-1
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404701
CONNECTION
FOR
MOTHERBOARD-ANALOGUE/DIGITAL
CONVERTER, "DIADE" SERIES
CONNECTION
FOR
MOTHERBOARD-ANALOGUE/DIGITAL
CONVERTER DD1010 ST. STEEL VERSION WITH CABLE LUGS
L=20 CM
FLAT CABLE ZIF FPC 40-PIN PITCH 0.5MM TOP-TOP CONTACTS
TYPE A L=15 CM
FLAT CABLE ZIF FPC 40-PIN PITCH 0.5MM TOP-TOP CONTACTS
TOP-TOP TYPE A L=35 CM
DD1010 ST. STEEL VERSION WITH CABLE LUGS AND DIRECT
OUTPUTS.
POWER SUPPLY SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY 100-240VAC/12VDC
OUTPUT 12VDC/60WATT, IEC SOCKET, 2 FERRITE CABLE CORE
AND 4-PIN OUTPUT POWERDIN, CUSTOMISED
SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY 88-264VAC/12VDC IOUT=2.1A 25W,
INSULATED, INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINALS
DD1010 ST. STEEL VERSION WITH CABLE LUGS.
DIGITAL CONV. CARD FOR DIGITAL CELLS OF "DIADE" SERIES
1.11-1
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57130046
BOARD CORE CMX300 INTEL PROCESSOR
1.11-1
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47180129
1.11-2
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46050253
CONNECTION FOR MOTHERBOARD-DIGITAL CELL INTERFACE,
"DIADE" SERIES
A/D SIGMA-DELTA CONV. UNIT WITH ZAMA CASING FOR
ANALOGUE CELLS
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Figure 1.11-1 – Spare parts for plastic terminal
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Figure 1.11-2 - Spare parts for tabletop and wall-mounted stainless steel version
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SAFETY RULES
2.1
Prohibited uses
The instrument you have purchased is a weighing system and has been designed and manufactured
as such.
Its main purpose is therefore weighing goods.
• It is therefore prohibited to use the terminal without the necessary precautions for safe use.
• The terminal must never be used in potentially explosive environments or places where there is
a risk of fires.
Other uses are allowed only if explicitly authorised by the manufacturer.
2.2
Standards
The operating conditions for the electronic terminal are subject to the regulations in force in the
country in which the terminal is used.
Use in conditions not complying with these standards is prohibited.
2.3
Instructions for use
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When using the instrument, strictly follow the instructions in this manual.
Should you find differences between the contents of this manual and the instrument you have
purchased, contact your retailer or the After Sales office of the manufacturer.
Always observe the indications given on the warning and danger plates on the terminal.
Make sure that all guards are fitted and make sure cables are in good repair and correctly
connected.
Ensure that the terminal is plugged into a socket with an efficient earth connection and make
sure that the latter complies with the standards in force. Check that there is no difference in
potential between the earth and neutral conductors.
If the terminal is to be connected to other devices (e.g. a computer), these devices must be
disconnected from the electrical supply before connection to the terminal.
All maintenance and/or repair work must be performed by authorised personnel.
Before gaining access to components inside the terminal, disconnect the latter from the power
supply line and wait a few minutes.
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3
DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION
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Figure 3-1 – Bottom side of the terminal with connectors
Key:
1. Optional board slots
2. Scale 1
3. Scale 2
4. COM2 port
5. COM1 port
6. Expansion for SD card
7. Ethernet port, 10/100 Mb 15/5
8. USB HOST ports
9. 12 V power supply (by means of external power supply unit)
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Figure 3-2 – Bottom side of terminal with cable lugs
Key:
1. Optional board slots
2. Scale 1
3. Scale 2
4. COM2 port
5. COM1 port
6. Expansion for SD card
7. Ethernet port, 10/100 Mb 15/5
8. USB HOST ports
9. 12 V power supply (by means of external power supply unit)
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3.1
Installation
ATTENTION
This terminal must be installed indoors, sheltered against atmospheric agents, since
it has not been designed to resist adverse weather conditions.
3.1.1
Tabletop installation
Place the terminal on a stable surface (table or bench without wheels) and make sure that the
monitor is not exposed to direct light to avoid reflections. Make sure it is stable and firmly resting on
its non-slip feet.
3.2
Connecting the terminal to the mains
3.2.1
Checks
DANGER
Check the following:
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Make sure that the power supply line fulfils the voltage and frequency requirements of the
terminal, which are indicated on the warning plate next to the power supply unit.
• The socket to which the terminal will be connected must feature an earth connection.
• Warning and danger plates are secured to the instrument's casing.
• On the contrary, advise maintenance staff or our Technical Service Centre.
The instrument's plug has an IP20 protection rating. Provide a connection to the power supply
line that is suitably protected for the environmental conditions.
WARNING
The terminal fulfils the provisions of the European directive on electromagnetic compatibility.
However, it is recommended to provide an electric power supply that is independent from other
power supply lines.
WARNING
Do not place the connection cables of the terminal near power cables that could interfere with
operation of the instrument. For connection, use the cable supplied with the terminal. If the
cable is too short, do not use extensions but contact the Manufacturer.
DANGER
Plug in the instrument and turn on the terminal only after providing all connections to any
peripheral units (scale, printer, serial ports, Ethernet, I/O, etc...).
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3.2.2
Connection diagram (version with connectors)
To ensure correct connection of the terminal to the mains, proceed as follows:
• Connect the terminal to the power supply unit;
• Plug the power supply unit into the socket using the cable provided.
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Figure 3.2-1 – Connection of the terminal to the mains
Key:
1. Weight display terminal.
2. Power supply unit.
3. Power supply unit cable.
4. Socket.
5. 12V/4A plug.
Power supply cable
As a general rule, the power supply cable is fitted with an IEC 320 plug and an Italian 10A plug
(L+N+GND).
Upon demand, it can be fitted with a SCHUKO plug.
12V direct current power supply.
The D1010 weighing terminal can also be powered by a direct current source featuring a rated
voltage of 12V.
• Power can also be supplied by a lead battery or by a stabilised power supply unit.
• The source must be able to deliver 4A.
• An external disconnector switch must be provided.
SHIELD
Figure 3.3-1 – Socket
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WARNING
The size and installation of the power supply cable and of the disconnector switch are at the
customer's care.
3.2.2
Connection diagram (version with cable lugs)
Connection to the power supply line is at the installer's care. The customer must provide, by means
of qualified personnel, installation of the earth conductor and power supply cable.
Earth connection
Provide the earth connection for the terminal by means of a yellow-green cable with a size of at least
6mm². Use the grounding screw under the terminal.
To the same earth connection point, connect any equipotential conductor leading from the scale.
Install a three-pole cable of a size that is suitable for the type of system. When choosing a cable,
make reference to the power supply specifications.
Also provide a disconnector switch upstream to the power supply line. The disconnector switch must
be accessible during maintenance of the system.
Basic characteristics of the power supply cable:
• double insulated cable with 3 coloured conductors
(line=brown, neutral=blue, earth=yellow-green)
• internal conductors with size ranging from 1.5mm² to 2.5mm²
• diameter of sheath from 5 to 10mm
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Key
1. L = Line, brown conductor
2. N = Neutral, blue conductor
3. T = Earth, yellow-green conductor
Figure 3.2-2 – View of terminal board
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DANGER
Check that:
• the voltage and frequency of the electrical supply line correspond to the indications on
the sealing plate on the bottom of the terminal;
• the mains outlet socket to which the terminal is connected is equipped with an earth;
• warning and danger plates are secured to the instrument's casing;
• on the contrary, advise maintenance staff or our Technical Service Centre.
Scale cable harness
To connect the terminal to the weighing platform, a cable harness is generally provided.
Key
1. 9/15 pin male connector
2. Nut
3. Bottom panel of the terminal
4. Cable lug
5. Shielded casing with screws
Figure 3.2-3 – Connection of load cell
• Plug the 9/15 pin connector into the dedicated receptacle of the scale
• Secure the cable lug in place with the nut.
• Refit the casing and tighten the screws.
• Place the container at the bottom of the CPU container.
Connection varies depending on the type of cell installed on the weighing platform: analogue or
digital. In the event of a duplex scale, connector JBIL1 must be connected to scale A, and connector
JBIL2 to scale B.
WARNING
The cable shield must always be connected to the metal casing of the 9/15 pin connector.
Do not place the cable for connection to the weighing platform within routes carrying cables
leading to power drives.
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3.3
CONNECTING THE TERMINAL TO THE WEIGHING PLATFORM
For connection of the terminal to the weighing platform, a cable harness is provided, the female
connector of which must be inserted into the 9/15 pin male connector (JBIL) at the bottom of the
indicator. Connection varies depending on the type of transducer installed on the weighing platform:
analogue or digital.
WARNING
The cable shield must always be connected to the metal casing of the 9/15 pin connector.
Do not place the cable for connection to the weighing platform within routes carrying cables
leading to power drives.
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3.3.1
Connection diagram (platform)
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Figure 3.4-1 – Connection of terminal to scale
Key:
1. Weight display terminal.
2. Weighing platform or weighbridge.
3. Scale cable with 9/15 pin connector.
4. Scale input
5. Equipotential cable with cable terminal eyelets.
6. Earth connection screw.
7. Earth connection screw of platform.
8. Earth connection posts (for weighbridges only).
3.3.2
Equipotential condition between terminal and weighing platform
Check that a condition of equipotentiality exists between the metal parts of the terminal and the
platform scale.
If you have any doubts, connect the terminal and the platform using an earth connection cable with a
size of at least 6mm², using the earth connection screw at the bottom of the terminal.
The cables required for this connection are to be provided by the customer.
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3.3.3
Serial connection of digital scale
15-pin female connector
PIN
1
2
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6
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10
11
12
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14
15
DESCRIPTION
485EX +
EX +
EX EX 485+
NC
NC
EX NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC = do not connect
Connection towards digital cells is ensured to RS485 serial transmission using a shielded cable with
6 wires.
Pins with the same signal can be parallelised.
3.3.4
Serial connection of analogue scale
9-pin male connector.
PIN
1
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5
6
7
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9
DESCRIPTION
SIGSIG+
EXC+
EXCSENSE+
NC
NC
SENSENC
NC = do not connect
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3.4
SERIAL CONNECTIONS
3.4.1
COM1 serial connection
9-pin female connector
PIN
1
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5
6
7
8
9
DESCRIPTION
RX422 RX232
TX232
NC
GND
RX422 +
TX422 TERMINATOR
TX422 +
NC = do not connect
3.4.2
COM2 serial connection
9-pin female connector
PIN
1
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6
7
8
9
DESCRIPTION
NC
RX 232
TX 232
NC
GND
NC
NC
NC
J24 OFF = DISCONNECTED
J24 (1-2 ON) = +12V
J24 (2-3 ON) = +5V
NC = do not connect
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3.4.3
RS232 connections
ATTENTION
Operating limits stipulated by the standard RS232:
Max. transmission distance: 15 m
Maximum voltage at ends: ± 12 Vdc
For connection to external devices, it is recommended to use a shielded cable, making sure to
connect the shield to the metal part of the 9-pin connector's casing.
3.4.4
RS422 connections
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If the COM1 serial port is configured in compliance with the RS422 standard, proceed as follows:
Provide a jumper between pin 6 and pin 8 to connect the termination resistor.
ATTENTION
Operating limits stipulated by the standard RS422:
Max. transmission distance: 1200 m
Maximum voltage at ends: +/- 7V
For connection to external devices, it is recommended to use a twisted pair, making sure to
connect the shield to the metal part of the 9-pin connector's casing.
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CONTROLS - TURNING ON AND OFF
4.1
ON/OFF key
After connecting the terminal to the power supply by means of the power supply unit, turn on the
terminal by pressing the key at the front.
Figure 4.1-1 – Turning on
After 3 seconds, the light blue LED, signaling that the terminal is on, will flash 3 times. The blue LED
will thus become steadily lit.
This condition signals that the terminal starting stage is underway.
A progress bar will appear on the display, along with messages identifying the starting stage.
Press the key again to turn off the LED and display.
In this condition, all functions will be interrupted; the terminal will be powered but in power saving
condition.
As a consequence, the green LED on the power supply unit will come on.
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Figure 4.1-2 – Green LED on power supply unit
To turn off the system, pull the plug out of the socket.
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4.2
Touch screen
Commands are given to the terminal via the Touch Screen.
You may need to move windows; in this case, press and hold down the horizontal blue bar of the
window whilst moving across the screen.
The same applies to lateral scroll bars: for instance, to consult the Help section.
4.3
External keyboard and mouse
To give commands, you can connect a mouse or a keyboard to the USB ports.
The terminal recognises standard USB mice and keyboards by means of the Plug&Play method.
Figure 4.3-1 – USB 2.0 SLAVE socket
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USING THE TERMINAL
Refer to the manual describing the application and parameters.
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OPTIONS
The DD1010 weighing terminal can be equipped with optional boards, peripherals and accessories.
For instructions and installation information, refer to the relative manuals.
Some options imply upgrading of firmware. Contact the After Sales Office or Sales-Support Network.
Options currently available (upon the date of release of this manual) are:
• 4-input/6-output card
• RS232 - RS422 - RS485 serial expansion board
• Profibus expansion board
• analogue I/O board and pulse meter (sensor interface)
• audio/microphone board
• printers
• WI-FI modules
• radio modules
• brackets for wall mounting
• second scale module
• supplementary displays
• 8 inputs/12 outputs
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7
ERROR MESSAGES
7.1
Terminal errors
Problem
Cause
Solution
When the on/off key is
pressed, the terminal does The light blue LED is off
not come on
The terminal does
not come on
Pressing has no effect on
the touch screen.
7.2
Check the status of the LED on the power supply
unit:
if it is ON, make sure the connector of point 9
has been correctly plugged in.
The key has not been Press the logo at the centre of the key.
pressed correctly
Upon pressing, the casing on the key clicks.
Display is not calibrated.
Turn the terminal off and on.
Within 5 seconds from turning on, press any
area of the display.
Perform the display calibration operations.
Scale errors
Problem
Cause
Solution
Scale is overloaded
Reduce weight to a value below the maximum
capacity, i.e. within permissible weighing range.
Weight cannot be reset
Empty the scale
------
Unstable weight
Remove cause of weight instability and try
turning on the terminal again
- LOCK -
Instrument has not been
Empty the scale
reset correctly
9999999
--
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Problem
Cause
Solution
- 01 Converter out of order
Connection to load cell Check extension cord, connector block and load
wrong or missing
cells
- 01 Converter out of order
(*) Return signal from load
Make sure the load cell is in working order and
cell does not fall within
that it works within its range
range
- 01 Converter out of order
(*) Board damaged
- 01 Converter out of order
(**) Digital cells do not
Check cell connections
respond
- 02 Parameter memory error
Data
error
in
the
parameter memory of the Check linear sampling parameters
board
- 06 -
(**) Serial number error on Check serial numbers and if necessary perform
digital cell
scale corner calibration.
- 07 -
(**) Breakage of one of the Replace the cell and perform corner calibration
cells of a multicell system of scale or corner calibration of each cell.
- 08 -
(**) Scale board damaged
Replace scale board or perform corner
calibration or restore data from terminal (upon
condition that they were saved before breakage)
- 09 -
(**) First use
Perform corner calibration.
- 10 -
(**) At least one cell is not
Perform corner calibration.
configured
- 11 -
(**) Digital cell
supply problems
power
- 12 -
(**) Digital cell
supply problems
power
- 13 -
(**)
Cell's
internal
Replace load cell signaling error.
temperature does not fall
Perform corner calibration for the replaced cell.
within range (-40 ÷ 100°C)
- 21 --
(**) Temporary digital cell
-error
Check conversion board with a load cell
simulator. If the result of the check is negative,
replace the converter's board
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Check cables and power supply voltage
Replace load cell signaling error
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9
CUSTOMISING PARAMETERS
To gain access to parameter customisation, press the TOOLS
all parameters for operation of the instrument.
key. You will therefore display
Not all parameters can be modified.
Parameters that cannot be modified are displayed in a different colour: if you click on them, options
for modification will not appear.
ATTENTION
Only qualified personnel may access this zone. Wrong configuration of these parameters may
cause the terminal to work improperly or not work at all.
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10
ACCESS TO METROLOGICAL PARAMETERS
To gain access to customisation of metrological parameters (parameters relating to legal operation
of the scale), you must press the calibration button.
10.1
Version with connectors
2
1
Figure 10.1-1 – Calibration key – Terminal, plastic version
2
1
Figure 10.1-2 – Calibration key – Terminal, stainless steel version
Key:
1. Self-adhesive label sealing the hole for access to the calibration switch
2. Calibration switch
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Making reference to the previous figures, proceed as follows:
• Turn on the terminal.
• Remove the adhesive label (ref. 1) sealing the hole for access to the calibration switch.
• Use a non-metal tool, activate the calibration switch (ref. 2).
ATTENTION
Removal of metrological seals makes it impossible to use the weighing terminal for commercial
transactions with third parties. To have the seals refitted, contact the After Sales Office or
Support Network.
10.2
Version with cable lugs
1
2
3
Figure 10.2-1 – Calibration key – Terminal, stainless steel version
Key:
1. Seal protecting against terminal opening
2. Self-adhesive label (seal) sealing the screw for protection of the calibration switch.
3. Calibration switch
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Turn on the terminal.
• Remove the seal (ref. 1), loosen the four screws of the terminal's cover and open it, paying
attention not to detach the display's connector.
• Remove the adhesive label (ref. 2) sealing the hole for access to the calibration switch.
• Use a non-metal tool, activate the calibration switch (ref. 3).
ATTENTION
Removal of metrological seals makes it impossible to use the weighing terminal for commercial
transactions with third parties. To have the seals refitted, contact the After Sales Office or
Support Network.
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10.3
Internal scale sampling
Follow the path indicated below:
“FOLDER”
“TOOLS”
Select the SCALE Boards (SCALE Tab)
Internal scale to sample
SAMPLING
Choose the type of sampling procedure by following the indications on the display.
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11
REMOVING COMPONENTS
11.1
Removing support (stainless steel version only)
4
3
1
2
Figure 11.1-1 – Removing the support
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Loosen the fixing knobs (ref. 1).
• Remove the support (ref. 2 wall-mounted version) (ref. 3 tabletop version).
• Keep the washers (ref. 4) between the support and terminal.
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11.2
Opening the terminal
11.2.1 Plastic version
1
2
Figure 11.2-1 – Opening the terminal
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Remove the four screws (ref. 1) and turn the cover forward, whilst supporting it with your hand to
prevent damage to the connections.
• Pull out the display connector (ref. 2).
• Place the complete cover assembly and display on a work bench.
DANGER
If you are installing or performing maintenance on components inside the terminal, make sure
this is disconnected from the power supply line.
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11.2.2 Stainless steel version
2
1
Figure 11.2-2 – Opening the terminal
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• remove the four screws (ref. 1) and turn the cover sideways, whilst supporting it with your hand
to prevent damage to the connections.
Pull
out the display connector (ref. 2).
•
• Remove the earth connection eyelet (version with cable lugs)
• Place the complete cover assembly and display on a work bench.
DANGER
If you are installing or performing maintenance on components inside the terminal, make sure
this is disconnected from the power supply line.
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11.3
Removing front panel and display
11.3.1 Plastic version
1
4
3
4
2
5
3
6
4
4
Figure 11.3-1 – Removing front panel and display
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Unplug the connectors (ref. 1 and 2)
• Loosen the four screws (ref. 3) and remove the board and display from the front section of the
terminal.
Loosen
the four screws (ref. 4) and take display (ref. 5) off the card (ref. 6).
•
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ATTENTION
When refitting, make sure the cables (ref. 1) between display and board are drawn along a Zshaped route, as shown in the figure.
1
Figure 11.5 – Refitting front panel and display
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11.3.2 Stainless steel version
4
1
5
3
6
2
3
4
3
Figure 11.3-2 – Removing front panel and display
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Unplug the connectors (ref. 1 and 2)
• Loosen the four screws (ref. 3) and remove the board and display from the front section of the
terminal.
• Loosen the four screws (ref. 4) and take display (ref. 5) off the board (ref. 6).
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ATTENTION
When refitting, make sure the cables (ref. 1) between display and board are drawn along a Zshaped route, as shown in the figure.
1
Figure 11.7 – Refitting front panel and display
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11.4
Removing terminal power supply unit (stainless steel version
with cable lugs only)
4
2
3
1
Figure 11.4-1 – Removing terminal's power supply unit
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Disconnect the power supply unit's connector (ref. 1) from the board ( J25 pin1 +Vdc / pin2 GND
• Loosen the two screws (ref. 2) and remove the power supply unit and its bracket.
• Separate the power supply unit (ref. 3) from the bracket (ref. 4).
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11.5
Removing power supply unit for digital scale
11.5.1 Plastic version
1
Figure 11.5-1 – Removing power supply unit for digital scales
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the power supply unit for digital scales (ref. 1) by pulling gently.
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11.5.2 Stainless steel version with connectors
1
Figure 11.5-2 – Removing power supply unit for digital scales
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the power supply unit for digital scales (ref. 1) by pulling gently.
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11.5.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs
1
Figure 11.5-3 – Removing power supply unit for digital scales
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the terminal's power supply unit.
• Remove the power supply unit for digital scales (ref. 1) by pulling gently.
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11.6
Removing lithium batteries
11.6.1 Plastic version
WARNING
If you notice that the date and time are not displayed when the terminal is turned on, you must
replace the lithium battery.
1
Figure 11.6-1 – Removing lithium batteries
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Turn off the terminal and disconnect it from the power supply.
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the power supply unit for digital scales (if this is fitted).
• Remove the lithium battery (ref. 1), paying attention not to cause short circuits.
ATTENTION
Never drop the battery onto the mother board.
•
Replace with an equivalent battery (type CR1632).
ATTENTION
Dispose of the battery by handing it over to the distributor or to authorised separate waste
disposal centres.
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11.6.2 Stainless steel version with connectors
WARNING
If you notice that the date and time are not displayed when the terminal is turned on, you must
replace the lithium battery.
1
Figure 11.6-2 – Removing lithium batteries
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Turn off the terminal and disconnect it from the power supply.
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the power supply unit for digital scales (if this is fitted).
• Remove the lithium battery (ref. 1), paying attention not to cause short circuits.
ATTENTION
Never drop the battery onto the mother board.
•
Replace with an equivalent battery (type CR1632).
ATTENTION
Dispose of the battery by handing it over to the distributor or to authorised separate waste
disposal centres.
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11.6.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs
WARNING
If you notice that the date and time are not displayed when the terminal is turned on, you must
replace the lithium battery.
1
Figure 11.6-3 – Removing lithium batteries
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Turn off the terminal and disconnect it from the power supply.
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the terminal's power supply unit.
• Remove the power supply unit for digital scales (if this is fitted).
• Remove the lithium battery (ref. 1), paying attention not to cause short circuits.
ATTENTION
Never drop the battery onto the mother board.
•
•
Replace with an equivalent battery (type CR1632).
ATTENTION
Dispose of the battery by handing it over to the distributor or to authorised separate waste
disposal centres.
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11.7
Removing weighing cell unit and terminal power supply unit
(stainless steel version with cable lugs only)
2
3
4
1
Figure 11.7-1 – Removing weighing cell unit and terminal power supply unit
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Disconnect the power supply unit's connector (ref. 1) from the board ( J25 pin1 +Vdc / pin2 GND
• Unplug the connectors of the load cells (ref. 2)
• Loosen the four nuts (ref. 3) and remove the load cells along with the terminal's power supply
unit and relative bracket (ref. 4).
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11.8
Removing core card
11.8.1 Plastic version
1
2
Figure 11.8-1 – Removing core card
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Loosen the four screws (ref. 1) and remove the core card (ref. 2) by pulling it gently.
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11.8.2 Stainless steel version with connectors
1
2
Figure 11.8-2 – Removing core card
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Loosen the four screws (ref. 1) and remove the core card (ref. 2) by pulling it gently.
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11.8.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs
2
1
Figure 11.8-3 – Removing power supply unit for digital scales
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the load cell unit and terminal power supply unit along with its brackets.
• Loosen the four screws (ref. 1) and remove the core card (ref. 2) by pulling it gently.
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11.9
Removing digital scale input
11.9.1 Plastic version
4
1
2
3
Figure 11.9-1 – Removing digital scale input
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Loosen the screws (ref. 1) and release the card (ref. 2).
• Detach connector (ref. 3) from respective connector on the mother board.
• If there is a second card (ref. 4), repeat the procedure described above.
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11.9.2 Stainless steel version with connectors
3
2
1
4
Figure 11.9-2 – Removing digital scale input
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Loosen the screws (ref. 1) and release the card (ref. 2).
• Detach connector (ref. 3) from respective connector on the mother board.
• If there is a second card (ref. 4), repeat the procedure described above.
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11.9.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs
2
3
1
Figure 11.9-3 – Removing digital scale input
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the load cell unit and terminal power supply unit along with its brackets.
• Loosen the screws (ref. 1) and release the card (ref. 2).
• If there is a second card (ref. 3), repeat the procedure described above.
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11.10 Removing analogue scale input
11.10.1 Plastic version
4
1
2
3
Figure 11.10-1 – Removing analogue scale input
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Loosen the screws (ref. 1) and release the card (ref. 2).
• Detach connector (ref. 3) from respective connector on the mother board.
• If there is a second card (ref. 4), repeat the procedure described above.
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11.10.2 Stainless steel version with connectors
3
2
1
4
Figure 11.10-2 – Removing analogue scale input
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Loosen the screws (ref. 1) and release the card (ref. 2).
• Detach connector (ref. 3) from respective connector on the mother board.
• If there is a second card (ref. 4), repeat the procedure described above.
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11.10.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs
1
3
2
1
Figure 11.10-3 – Removing analogue scale input
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the load cell unit and terminal power supply unit along with its brackets.
• Loosen the screws (ref. 1) and release the card (ref. 2).
• If there is a second card (ref. 3), repeat the procedure described above.
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11.11 Removing mother board
11.11.1 Plastic version
2
2
3
1
Figure 11.11-1 – Removing mother board
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Disconnect the terminal board from all units.
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the digital scale's power supply unit (if this is fitted).
• Remove the lithium battery.
• Remove the core card.
• Remove the analogue/digital scale input.
• Unscrew the columns (ref. 1) that secure the serial cards in place.
• Loosen the screws (ref. 2) and release the mother board (ref. 3).
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11.11.2 Stainless steel version with connectors
3
2
2
1
Figure 11.11-2 – Removing mother board
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Disconnect the terminal board from all units.
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the digital scale's power supply unit (if this is fitted).
• Remove the lithium battery.
• Remove the core card.
• Remove the analogue/digital scale input.
• Unscrew the columns (ref. 1) that secure the serial cards in place.
• Loosen the screws (ref. 2) and release the mother board (ref. 3).
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11.11.3 Stainless steel version with cable lugs
5
3
1
2
3
4
Figure 11.11-3 – Removing mother board
Making reference to the previous figure, proceed as follows:
• Disconnect the terminal board from all units.
• Open the terminal.
• Remove the weighing cell unit and the terminal's power supply unit.
• Remove the digital scale's power supply unit (if this is fitted).
• Remove the lithium battery.
• Remove the core card.
• Loosen the screw (ref. 1) and remove the protection (ref. 2) of the calibration button.
• Remove the screws (ref. 3), the mother board (ref. 4) and the protective plaque (ref. 5).
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11.11 Installing optional boards
Follow the instructions provided with the optional boards.
11.12 Connecting peripherals to serial ports and USB ports
Follow the instructions provided with the peripherals.
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Service après-vente
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