EZ3400 Operators Manual - Digi-Star

EZ3400 Operators Manual - Digi-Star
EZ3400
Operators Manual
HELLO
Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin USA
Panningen, The Netherlands
www.digi-star.com
D3714-US REV A
April 24, 2008
EZ3400
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................2
CAB CONTROL (WIRELESS) ..................................................................4
CHARGING BATTERY OR WELDING .....................................................5
INDICATOR OVERVIEW ..........................................................................6
OPERATION .............................................................................................8
TURN ON INDICATOR ........................................................................8
ZERO BALANCE INDICATOR.............................................................8
PROGRAMMING RECIPES......................................................................9
CHANGE ENTRY METHOD ................................................................9
INGREDIENT RE-NAME......................................................................9
PRINT INGREDIENT NAMES............................................................10
ENTER NEW RECIPE .......................................................................10
CHANGE INGREDIENT AMOUNT ....................................................12
ERASE A RECIPE..............................................................................13
REVIEW A RECIPE ...........................................................................13
PRINTING SINGLE RECIPE..............................................................14
PRINTING ALL RECIPES ..................................................................14
LOADING A RECIPE ..............................................................................15
USING AMOUNT PER ANIMAL.........................................................15
UNLOADING A RECIPE .........................................................................16
ADVANCED COMMANDS ......................................................................17
HOLD MODE......................................................................................17
PRESET .............................................................................................17
CLEAR PRESET ALARM...................................................................17
PRESET DISPLAYS ..........................................................................18
GROSS MODE...................................................................................18
LOAD/UNLOAD MODE......................................................................18
NET MODE.........................................................................................18
PRELOAD A TARE VALUE ...............................................................19
MIXER TIMER ....................................................................................20
RESTART MIX TIMER .......................................................................20
SELECT/FUNCTION KEYS ....................................................................21
M+, RM, CM AND WEIGHT AVERAGING.........................................22
WEIGHT AVERAGING.......................................................................24
PRINT WEIGHT AVERAGE...............................................................25
PRINT WEIGHT MEMORY ................................................................25
TO CLEAR MEMORY ........................................................................26
REVIEW INGREDIENT ACCUMULATION VALUES.........................26
ERASE ACCUMULATION INGREDIENT VALUES...........................26
PRINT ACCUMULATION VALUES ONE INGREDIENT ...................27
PRINT ACCUMULATION VALUES - ALL INGREDIENTS ................28
BACKLIGHT INTENSITY ...................................................................28
COMMONLY USED DIRECT ACCESS NUMBERS...............................29
PRE-ALARM.......................................................................................29
AUTO ADVANCE FEATURE .............................................................30
2
D3714
Operators Manual
TOLERANCE ..................................................................................... 30
DELAY TIME...................................................................................... 30
ROTATE COUNTER.......................................................................... 31
RESTART ROTATION COUNTER.................................................... 31
DRIVE RATIO .................................................................................... 32
MENUS AND ACCESS NUMBERS ....................................................... 33
ACCESS TO MENUS ........................................................................ 33
CHANGE SETUP AND CAL. NUMBERS.......................................... 33
DIRECT ACCESS NUMBERS LIST ....................................................... 34
MENU 1. BASIC FEATURES IN MOST INDICATORS..................... 34
MENU 2. CLOCK, PRINTER, COMMUNICATIONS FEATURES ..... 34
MENU 3. SCALE CALIBRATION SETTINGS ................................... 36
MENU 4. PRESET, BATCHING & COUNTER FEATURES.............. 36
CALIBRATION ................................................................................... 37
TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................ 38
INSTALLATION ...................................................................................... 40
INDICATOR MOUNTING................................................................... 40
LOAD CELL DIRECTION .................................................................. 40
CABLE CONNECTION ...................................................................... 41
CONNECT LOAD CELLS TO J-BOX ................................................ 42
CHANGE SETUP AND CAL. NUMBERS.......................................... 42
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ....................................................................... 43
ROTATION COUNTER SENSOR ..................................................... 43
TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER .............................................................. 43
REMOTE INDICATORS .................................................................... 43
D3714
3
EZ3400
CAB CONTROL (WIRELESS)
Features
• Wireless remote with full key control of indicator on mixer
• Mount remote in easy view of loading
• Improves loading accuracy
Functions
• Communicates with multiple mixers
• Easily call-up recipes without leaving loader
Specification
• Internally mounted 2.4 GHz radios
• Up to 1000 foot range
• 24 channels
• 12 or 24 volt DC system
For additional information go to www.digi-star.com
4
D3714
Operators Manual
CHARGING BATTERY OR WELDING
Important Precaution
Disconnect all indicator leads before charging battery or welding.
Damage may occur to indicator and load cells.
Scale Indicator
Remote Indicator
Optional
Disconnect
all cords
J-Box
Figure 1.
D3714
5
EZ3400
INDICATOR OVERVIEW
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
18
17
16
19
20
Note: See page 40-42 for
installation instructions
1
– press and hold for 3 seconds to zero balance.
2 Pre-Alarm Light – Starts flashing and alarm sounds when weight is
within preset limit. See page 29.
3
– holds displayed weight when moving machine.
4
– See page 20 - 31.
5
– turns indicator on. Pressing while on will run self test.
6
– turns indicator off.
7 Display Window – Displays current actions.
8
– temporary zero ( Net mode).
9
– records to memory or prints displayed weight.
10
– toggles between Net and Gross weights.
6
D3714
Operators Manual
11
– selects recipes in memory, program recipes, see page 9
12
– proceeds to next item.
13
– accepts change or proceed to next item.
14 Keypad – input numbers or letters as required.
15
– used to enter label numbers for weight value to be displayed
and printed.
16
– clear current command.
17
– add space in command.
18
– performs tasks displayed by select.
19
– displays additional tasks.
20
– view for additional information.
21
21 Serial/Printer Port – optional, communicate with computer and other
digital input/output devices.
Remote Port – optional remote display.
Load Cell Port – for J-Box cord.
Power Port – for power cord.
Serial Number Plate – Serial Number of indicator.
D3714
7
EZ3400
OPERATION
Turn on Indicator
1. Press
HELLO
.
1
Zero Balance Indicator
1
8
0
1. Press and hold
for 3
seconds to zero balance indicator.
D3714
Operators Manual
PROGRAMMING RECIPES
Three different entry methods for entering ingredients:
Amount Per Animal (this is the default setting)
Allows entry of ingredient amounts required for feeding one animal.
Indicator calculates preset amounts required for each ingredient.
Percent (%) Per Load
Enter ingredient amounts in (%). Indicator calculates amounts for each
ingredient. Total of all ingredients must equal 100% in this mode.
Amount Per Load
Allows entry of ingredient amounts required per load.
Change Entry Method
1. Enter 441 press
3
.
2. Repeatedly press
scrolls
following entry methods:
441
1 = Amount per Animal
2 = Percent (%) per Load
3=Amount per Load
2 1
3. Press
sets entry method.
Ingredient Re-Name
4 3
INGRNM
2
1
D3714
Ingredient names are listed in a
standard table and can be changed
using the following 9 steps.
1. Repeatedly press
INGRNM displays.
until
2. Press
.
3. Press
shows ingredient.
4. Press
again to edit name.
Display briefly shows EDIT and
flashing cursor displayed.
9
EZ3400
5. Repeatedly press
ingredient.
6. Press “1” key once enters 1 twice
enters A three times for B other
numbers on keypad work same.
CUSTOM9
8
6 7
5
Print Ingredient Names
CSILAGE2
3
4
1
erases
7. Pause for one second after
entering a number or letter and
they shift to left so a new letter or
number can be added.
8. Press
.
9. Press
to exit.
1. Press
displays first
ingredient.
2. Press
prints total
accumulations for this ingredient.
3. Press
again prints
accumulations for all ingredients
currently used in all recipes.
4. Press
again prints names for
all ingredients. Ingredients not
used by recipe, show unused.
Enter New Recipe
REC
___
3
1
4
1. Press and hold
until
indicator beeps and displays
PROGRM then displays either first
recipe programmed or REC__. This
indicates recipe number can be
entered.
2. Press
2
3. Enter recipe number.
4. Press
10
.
enters number.
D3714
Operators Manual
ingred
5. Press
scrolls available
ingredients.
5
6. Press
screen.
0.00
7
7. Enter amount of ingredient
required. (see note)
8. Press
6 8
to select ingredient on
to store amount.
Repeat steps 5-8 for each
ingredient required.
Note: In percent/load entry mode a
75% ingredient for example should
be entered as 75.00 on display.
5.75% ingredient entered as 5.75.
9. Press
10
total
11
completes recipe.
10. Indicator calculates and displays
TOTAL amount of recipe.
Repeat steps 1 - 9 until all recipes
programmed.
9
D3714
11. Press
to exit.
11
EZ3400
Change Ingredient
Amount
REC
1. Press and hold
until
indicator beeps and displays
PROGRM.
___
2. Repeatedly press
until
recipe number displayed.
3
3. Press
edits this recipe.
1 2
4. First ingredient name displayed
followed by AMOUNT.
4
REC 01
6
7
5. Enter new amount.
8
5
Note: Only ingredient amounts can
be changed. To add ingredients to
recipe, first erase recipe then reprogram recipe.
12
6.
stores and advances to next
ingredient.
Repeat steps 5 & 6 for each
ingredient changed.
7. Press
completes recipe.
8. Press
.
D3714
Operators Manual
Erase A Recipe
1. Press and hold
until
indicator beeps and displays
PROGRAM followed by first recipe
number.
3 4
REC
5
___
2. Repeatedly press
until
desired recipe number displayed.
3. Press and hold
1 2
message
press zero to erase recipe or
net/gross to exit scrolls.
4. Press
erases recipe.
5. Press
exits.
Review A Recipe
1. Repeatedly press
recipe shown.
REC 01
3
1
D3714
until
2. Press
displays each
ingredient, weight or % and total
for recipe.
3. Press
exits.
2
13
EZ3400
Printing Single Recipe
2
REC-01
3
Note: Optional serial port must be
installed for printing.
1. Press
displays first recipe.
Repeatedly press
displays
other recipes.
2. Press
1
prints recipe.
3. Press
.
1. Press
displays first recipe.
2. Press
print recipe.
Printing All Recipes
3 2
REC-01
1
14
3. Press
again prints all
recipes in memory.
D3714
Operators Manual
LOADING A RECIPE
Using Amount Per Animal
1. Repeatedly press
recipe displayed.
3
LOADING
2. Press
until
to accept recipe.
3. Indicator displays LOADING RECIPE.
2
1
1
ANIMAL
1. Indicator displays ANIMAL
Note: If using percent/load, TOTAMT
will be displayed.
1
1
1
1. Indicator displays flashing
number. Change number to
amount of animals to feed.
2. Press
2
D3714
15
EZ3400
1
CORN 90
1. Indicator displays ingredient to
load and how much to load. As
ingredient loaded indicator counts
down to zero.
2. Press
(See page 30 for auto advance)
2
1
to next ingredient.
RECIPE COM
1. After last ingredient loaded,
indicator displays RECIPE COMPLETE
TOTAL.
UNLOADING A RECIPE
3
2 1
3000
1. Indicator displays recipe weight.
2. Begin unloading into a pen. As
recipe unloads indicator displays
recipe weight remaining.
3. Press
sets temporary zero if
more than one pen gets same
recipe.
16
D3714
Operators Manual
ADVANCED COMMANDS
Hold mode
Hold mode prevents displayed
weight from changing while moving.
2 1
HOLD
3
1. Press
holds displayed
weight, indicator flashes weight
and HOLD.
2. Press
to normal.
returns indicator back
3. If weight added while in hold
mode, press
cancels hold.
Preset
Enter amount to be loaded or
unloaded, alarm sounds as zero is
approached.
3
3000
1
1. Enter desired preset weight.
2. Press
indicator rounds
weight to nearest display count.
3. Once preset entered, display
shows weight loaded or unloaded
in one of three display modes
shown on page 18.
2
Clear Preset Alarm
0
1. Press
to clear preset value.
1
D3714
17
EZ3400
Preset Displays
Gross Mode
1. Press
3000
1
.
As ingredients load or unload
display counts up or down to preset
value alternates between flashing
word PRESET and amount, until 5
percent of weight is loaded or
unloaded.
Load/Unload Mode
1. Press
3000
.
Displays amount remaining to load
or unload. As ingredients are loaded
or unloaded, display counts down
from entered weight to zero.
1
Net Mode
1. Press
3000
1
18
twice.
Displays weight added since preset
entered. As ingredients are loaded
or unloaded, display counts up or
down.
D3714
Operators Manual
Preload A Tare Value
Weighing containers after already
loaded. If weight of container is
known, a tare weight is preloaded in
indicator and only net weight
displayed.
1
,
4
2
2300
5
3
D3714
Pre-Tare: enter 405, press
press
to turn on.
1. Press and hold
for 3
seconds to zero balance the
indicator.
2. Add weight to container.
3. Enter known weight of unloaded
container.
4. Press
.
5. Press
.
19
EZ3400
Mixer Timer
1
2
00:00:00
2
1. Press
.
2. Enter time, press
. Time
runs down, alarm sound and timer
shows negative for over mixing of
set time.
3. Press
.
3
Restart Mix Timer
1
00:00:00
20
1. Press
twice without entering
value starts timer using
previously time
D3714
Operators Manual
SELECT/FUNCTION KEYS
INGRNM
2
1
1. Repeatedly pressing
following options:
gives
Ingrnm: Rename ingredient.
Menu: View menus 1,2,3,4 and
calibrate. See page 34.
Setup: Change setup and
calibration numbers. See page
33.
M+: Adding weight to weight
memory.
RM: Recall weight memory.
CM: Clear weight memory.
Dimmer: High/Low backlight
control. Toggle between high/low
using
.
Accum: Displays amount of
recipe ingredients loaded or
unloaded.
Help: Explains operation of select
and function key.
2. Press
D3714
activates option.
21
EZ3400
M+, RM, CM and Weight
Averaging
Use these options to weigh truck or
wagon one axle at a time.
1
1. Add first weight on scale.
Example: 500 pounds.
500
M+
2. Repeatedly press
displayed.
until M+
2
RM 500
3
22
3. Press
500 pounds displayed
and RM briefly shows on display.
500 pounds now added to
memory and indicator in gross
weight mode.
D3714
Operators Manual
4
1000
M+
4. Another weight on scale. This
case 1000 pounds.
5. Repeatedly press
displayed.
until M+
5
RM 1500
6
6. Press
indicator adds 1000
pounds to 500 pounds already in
memory and RM flashes briefly.
7. Repeatedly press
displayed.
9
1500
8
7
D3714
8. Press
until RM
.
9. Total both weights, 1500 pounds,
briefly displays and indicator
switches to gross weight mode.
(See page 25 to print weight in
memory.)
23
EZ3400
Weight Averaging
1. Repeatedly press
displayed.
RM
until RM
1
3
COUNT 2
2
4
AVERAG
5
24
750
2. Press
twice within three
seconds performs weight
average.
3. Display shows COUNT 2 if number
of individual weights to average is
two. Example weight of 1000
pounds and 500 pounds
averaged.
4. Displays AVERAG.
5. Display shows average of two
weights in memory. After
displaying average weight,
indicator returns to gross weight
mode.
D3714
Operators Manual
Print Weight Average
1258
1. Press
while average weight
displayed.
1
Print Weight Memory
3
1500
1. Repeatedly press
displayed.
2. Press
2
until RM
.
3. Press
while weight in
memory displayed.
1
D3714
25
EZ3400
To clear memory
1. Repeatedly press
displayed.
CM
2
2. Press
until CM
.
1
Review ingredient
accumulation values
See total amount of each ingredient
loaded since last time values were
erased.
4
ACCUM
2
3
1
1. Repeatedly press
displayed.
2. Press
until ACCUM
.
3. Press
displays accumulation
of other ingredients.
4. Press
.
Erase accumulation
ingredient values
1. Repeatedly press
INGRNM displayed.
1
INGRNM
2
until
2. Press
indicator briefly
flashes PRGRAM and displays first
ingredient.
1
26
D3714
Operators Manual
CSILAG
3. Repeatedly press
until
ingredient displayed. In this case
corn silage.
3
5
4 5 6
PRESS AND
7
4. Press
.
5. Press and hold
while
pressing
indicator scrolls
PRESS AND HOLD ZERO KEY THEN PRESS
ON TO ERASE CSILAGE
ACCUMMULATION—PRESS NET GROSS TO
EXIT.
6. Press
erases ingredient
accumulation for corn silage.
7. Press
.
Print Accumulation
Values - One Ingredient
2
CSILAG
3
1
D3714
1. Press
displays first
ingredient. Repeatedly
press
displays other
ingredients.
2. Press
prints accumulation
value for that ingredient.
3. Press
.
27
EZ3400
Print Accumulation
Values - All Ingredients
HAYLAGE
1. Press
displays first
ingredient.
2. Press
prints ingredient
currently displayed.
3 2
3. Press
again prints all
ingredients in memory.
1
Backlight Intensity
1. Press
until dimmer is
displayed.
2
1
28
2. Press .
reduces backlight
intensity by 60%. Press
again for full intensity.
D3714
Operators Manual
COMMONLY USED DIRECT ACCESS
NUMBERS
Pre-Alarm
“Early Warning" for preset. Prealarm activates at weight or
percentage of preset value.
5 3
1. Enter 401 press
401
21
4 1
D3714
2. Repeatedly press
weight or percent.
3. Press
.
choose
.
4. Change number.
5. Press
stores setting.
29
EZ3400
Auto Advance Feature
Allows hands free operation of programmed recipes. When auto advance
feature activated, indicator automatically advances to next ingredient once
tolerance, and delay time requirements met.
Tolerance
% ingredient can be under/overloaded and still automatically
advance
3
442
2 1
1
1. Enter 442 press
.
2. Repeatedly press
displays
tolerance amount by percentage.
(See note below)
3. Press
stores setting.
Note: OFF setting always
advances after ingredient amount
reached.
Delay Time
Time indicator waits before
automatically advancing to next
ingredient
3
443
2 1
1
30
1. Enter 443 press
.
2. Repeatedly press
displays
delay time (in seconds) before
automatic advance. (See note)
3. Press
stores setting.
Note: MANUAL setting prevents
auto-advance.
D3714
Operators Manual
Note: Feature requires optional
sensor kit.
Rotate Counter
Indicator counts mixer auger
rotations.
1. Enter 421 press
6 4
3
421
2. Press
.
picks REV option .
3. Press
.
4. Press
.
5. Enter number of rotations.
2 1
5 1
7
6. Press
rotation counter
counts down. Counter reaches
zero, alarm light and buzzer on.
7. Press
.
Restart Rotation Counter
00:00:30
D3714
1
1. Press
twice starts rotation
counter using previous count.
31
EZ3400
Drive Ratio
Drive ratio is number of turns seen
by sensor divided by number of
mixing rotations.
1. Enter 422 press
.
422
1
1
3
0020.25
2. Enter drive ratio.
3. Press
.
2
32
D3714
Operators Manual
MENUS AND ACCESS NUMBERS
Access To Menus
3 1
1. Press and hold
Press sele
1
and
.
2. Press
menu.
chooses required
3. Press
enters selected menu.
4. Press
scrolls options.
5. Press
changes options.
6. Press
saves changes.
2
6 4
Menu 1
5
Change Setup And Cal. Numbers
3
1. Enter 871 press
2. Indicator shows SETUP briefly then
show a 6 digit number. Enter new
number.
2
146040
1
2
3. Press
1
D3714
.
.
Follow same procedure changes
calibration number except use 872.
33
EZ3400
DIRECT ACCESS NUMBERS LIST
Enter D.A.N. press
Press
displays setting name, allows value change.
saves setting
SETTING/
DISPLAY
D.A.N
NO.
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
BOLD=DEFAULT
MENU 1. BASIC FEATURES IN MOST INDICATORS
101
English(ENGLSH)
(NEDERL)
French (FRANCS)
Dutch(DEUTSH)
Italian (ITAL)
Select language to be displayed.
Portuguese (PORT)
Spanish (ESPAN)
Danish (DANSK)
(MAGYAR)
(VESTA)
102
1,2,3,4
Update display times per second.
103
ON/OFF
If ON -motion arrow flashes for
unstable weight and will prevent
Ingredient or pen advancing.
WEIGH METHOD 105
1=General,
2=Fast,
3=Slow,
4=Lock-On
Select weigh method
TR HOLD
107
ON/OFF
SCALE ID SETUP 108
NEW EZ
1 PRESS ZERO
ON/OFF
LANGUAGE
{langag}
DISPLAY RATE
{0 rate}
MOTION
{motion)
{W mthd}
{ tr hld}
{scalid}
{1 zero}
115
Display gross weight if TR key is
held for 3 seconds.
Identity of scale location (truck id
or Mixer number).
If ON -press and hold the Zero
key to Zero/Balance scale.
MENU 2. CLOCK, PRINTER, COMMUNICATIONS
FEATURES
TIME FORMAT
{time f}
1 TIME
{time)
34
201
24 HR
AM/PM
Select time format -AM/PM or 24
hour
202
XX:XX:XX
Select key changes time, function
key chooses hh:mm:ss.
D3714
Operators Manual
SETTING/
DISPLAY
D.A.N
NO.
DATE FORMAT
203
{date f}
DATE
{date}
204
ONE LINE PRINT 212
{1l prt}
PRINT FORMAT
{prtfmt}
216
REMOTE remote
218
ZERO OUTPUT
219
{zerout}
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
BOLD=DEFAULT
1-mm-dd
2-mm/dd/yy
3-mm/dd/yyyy
4-dd-mm
Select date format
5-dd/mm/yy
6-dd/mm/yyyy
7-ddmoyy
8-ddmoyyyy.
Select key changes date -function
Enter XXXXXX
key chooses mm/dd/yy .
If ON -indicator data will be
printed on one line.
ON/OFF
AUTO
WTONLY
DOWNLD
DT+TM
ID+TM
IDWTTM
ANIMAL
3200-A
3200-B
32-TMR
DATCH1
FDINFO
WTRCTM
EIDINF
EID
EIDVID
Select alternate & comma (CSV)
formats.
If ON indicator communicates with
cab control display.
Perform the Zero/Balance for the
SCOREM #11 weight output and
the analog output (4-20mA)
SCALE NUMBER
231
SCL NO
Select scale number for cab
control communication
REMOTE
DISPLAY RMDISP
234
Select type of remote display
ANALOG LOW
WEIGHT LOW WT
241
Enter analog weight value to
equal 4mA or 0 volts
D3714
35
EZ3400
SETTING/
DISPLAY
D.A.N
NO.
ANALOG HIGH
WEIGHT HIGHWT
242
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
BOLD=DEFAULT
Enter analog weight value to
equal 20mA or 5 volts
ANALOG SELECT
243
ANAOUT
Select 0-5V,4-20mA or 0-20mA
output
MENU 3. SCALE CALIBRATION SETTINGS
DISPLAY COUNT 301
{count}
DISPLAY UNIT
{lb-kg}
CAPACITY
{cap}
303
304
.01,.02,.05,.1,.2,.
Select display count size of weigh
5,1,2,5,10,20,
values.
50,100
Display pounds -lb or kilograms LB/KG
kg
Enter MAXIMUM weight
40000
measurable on scale.
MENU 4. PRESET, BATCHING & COUNTER
FEATURES
PRE ALARM
{p mthd} & {p-alm} ..
REMOTE INPUT
{rm inp)
401
402
ALARM OUTPUT 403
{al out}
BUZZER
{buzzer)
PRELOAD TARE
{pretar)
TIMER/
COUNTER
{dratio}
GROSS SET
POINT
MIXCTR
INGRED
PRESET
PRESET
TR
{SETDEL}
36
Select preset or TR to control
relay, horn & lamp.
ALARM BUZZER -allows user to
turn off alarm horn.
405
ON/OFF
If ON -tare weights can be
entered using the numeric keypad
421
REV
TIME
Select time or mixer revolutions to
decrement mix timer/counter.
422
0001.00
423
5000
424
500
Set required weight change to
turn off +12VDC Alarm Output.
425
0-10
Set the time delay that must
expire before the +12VDC Alarm
Output can Turn On/Off.
{SETCHG}
GROSS SET
POINT DELAY
Set function of remote input line
on the power cord.
1-4, ON/OFF
{SETPNT}
GROSS SET
POINT CHNG
Select weight or percentage
method, then enter a value to
activate an early warning that
indicator is reaching the preset.
404
{tmrctr)
DRIVE RATIO
WEIGHT
PERCNT
Enter the number of input pulses
that equal 1 mixer revolution.
Set a gross weight in long form
that will activate +12VDC Alarm
Output on Power cord.
D3714
Operators Manual
SETTING/
DISPLAY
D.A.N
NO.
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
BOLD=DEFAULT
GROSS SET PNT
426
OUTPUT {SETOUT}
OVER/UNDER
Select when the +12VDC Alarm
Output becomes active.
SET POINT
COUNT SET CTR
427
0-9
Counts activation of Code 423
ENTRY METHOD
E MTHD
441
1,2,3
TOLERANCE
442
OFF,.5,1-5,7,10
{toler)
Select batch 1-amount/animal
2-percent/load
3- amount/load
Select tolerance weight
percentage to accept ingredient.
INGR. ADVANCE
443
DELAY {delay)
MANUAL, 1Select seconds to delay before
3,5,7,10,20,30,60 advancing to next ingredient.
INGREDIENT
NAMES INGRNM
444
ON/OFF
If ON displays ingredient names
while batching
ACCUMULATION 445
ACCUM
ON/OFF
If ON ingredient weights are
accumulated while batching
INGREDIENT RESIZING INGSIZ
1-ING/OFF
Selects automatic ingredient resize mode
PISPLAY SCOOP
452
% SCOOP%
ON/OFF
If ON displays scoop % to load
DOUBLE KEY
PRESS PREV
ON/OFF
Select method ignores double
pressing of keys when advancing
ingr. While loading mixer.
449
465
{dbkey}.
CALIBRATION
DEAD WEIGHT
CAL
802
Calibration method using weights
SETUP NUMBER 871
Quick entry method selects
weigh method 1-4lbs, 5-8 kg, gain
1-9, display counts 1-9 and
capacity *1000
CALIBRATION
NUMBER
Weight displayed at 0.4mV/V for
these load cells
{CAL)
SETUP
CAL
D3714
872
37
EZ3400
TROUBLESHOOTING
38
D3714
Operators Manual
D3714
39
EZ3400
INSTALLATION
Indicator Mounting
Wing Mount
Included
Rail Mounting
Included
RAM Mount
Optional
Indicator Mounting
Rail Mount (Standard) and Wing Mount w/ hardware included.
RAM Mount Optional Kit, hardware included w/ kit.
Load Cell Direction
Observe direction of arrow when installing load cell.
40
D3714
Operators Manual
Cable Connection
Scale Indicator
Power Cord
See Figure 1
Remote Indicator
(Optional)
Pin To 12VDC Power Supply
1
Red
+Terminal
2
Black
-Terminal
3 Orange
Alarm Out
4
Blue
Remote Input
See Figure 2
J-Box
Connections
Indicator Connection Diagram
J-Box
Connection
Remote Indicator
Power Cord
Connection
Connection
(Optional)
Figure 1 Bottom Panel Cable Connections
D3714
41
EZ3400
Connect Load Cells to J-Box
Connect load cell
wires to terminal
blocks.
1
2
3
4
5
Wire Color Key
Color Description
White
Signal +
Green
Signal Red Excitation +
Black Excitation Shield
Shield
J-Box Illustrated
for 4 Load Cell
Installation
Tighten nuts
J-Box Cable
Load cell Cable
Connect to Indicator
bottom panel.
See Figure Figure 1.
Figure 2 J-Box Connections
Change Setup And Cal. Numbers
3
1. Enter 871 press
2. Indicator shows SETUP briefly then
show a 6 digit number. Enter new
number.
2
146040
3. Press
2
1
42
Follow same procedure changes
calibration number except use 872
D3714
Operators Manual
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Rotation Counter Sensor
Use with EZ3600 or EZ4600
indicators equipped with rotation
counter port. Sensor allows
operator to program indicator to
count auger or PTO rotations for
accurate mix.
Transmitter/Receiver
Transmitter (shown) with factor
installed receiver in indicator. Use to
zero indicator from remote location.
Operating range about 90 feet.
Remote Indicators
RD440 small remote display with 1”
high numbers
RD2400V backlit remote display
with 1.7” high numbers
RD2400V backlit remote display
w/transmitter and installed receiver
RD2400 backlit remote display with
1” high numbers
RD2400 backlit remote display
w/transmitter and installed receiver
RD4000 remote display
D3714
43
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising