SGM700
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SGM700 Digitizer
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WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Installing cable connections and servicing this instrument require access to shock hazard
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Chapter
Page
1.Indication of display
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2. Explanation of front keys
3. Loadcell power conection
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3.1 SGM700 basic digitizer
3.2 SGM710 digitizer analog
3.3 SGM720 digitizer Ethernet
3.4 SGM730 digitizer CAN
3.5 SGM740 digitizer Profibus
3.6 SGM750 digitizer Serial
4. First use of Indicator
4.1. Weigher Setting
4.2. Calibration
5. Main Menu
5.1 Setpoints
5.2 TAC (Traceable Acces Code)
5.2 CAL (Calibration conter)
6. Configuration Menu
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6.1 Setpoint function settings
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6.2 Setpoint action settings
6.3 Analog output settings
6.4 Local bus communication settings
6.5 Profibus settings (SGM740 only)
6.6 Ethernet serrings (SGM720 only)
6.7 Indicator settings
6.8 Multi range/interval settings
6.9 Filter settings
6.10 Digital filter settings
6.11 Pre-calibration settings
6.12 Calibration settings
6.13 Theoretic calibration
6.14 Geographic calibration
6.15 Date and time configuration (SGM750 only)
6.16 Recall
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Chapter
6.17 Firmware update
Page
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7. Firmware update
8. Error codes
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8.1 Weigher error codes
9. ASCII
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9.1 ASCII protocol format
9.2 ASCII protocol commands
10. Profibus protocol description
11. Standard factory settings
Appendix I
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1. Indication of Display
With cover closed
1
5
2
3
4
1. Weigher stable
4. Output active 1-4
2. Zero active
5. Weigher value
3. Tare active
With cover opened
1
3
2
1.
key 1 press <2sec.=
key 1 press >2sec.=
2.
3.
key 2 press <2sec.=
key 2 press >2sec.=
key 2 press <2sec.=
key 2 press >2sec.=
Functions of these keys will be described on the next page.
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2. Explanation of front keys
All keys have different functions depending if you are in weighing or
menu mode.
Pressing key 1 “short”.
In Weighing mode: create a new zero level.
In Menu mode: increase value by 1 or move up in menu.
Pressing key 1 “long”.
In Weighing mode: reset zero level to the original zero level.
In Menu mode: decrease value by 1 or move down in menu.
Pressing key 2 “short”.
In Weighing mode: set/ reset tare and reset preset tare.
In Menu mode: go into sub-menu or move cursor 1 position to the left.
Pressing key 2 “long”.
In Weighing mode: set preset tare.
In Menu mode: move cursor 1 position to the right.
Pressing key 3 “short”.
In Weighing mode: enter menu.
In Menu mode: escape move back in menu without saving changes.
Pressing key 3 “long”.
In Weighing mode: enter configuration menu.
In Menu mode: Confirm made changes.
Menu will jump back one level every 30 seconds of inactivity.
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To PC
Config
software
Local bus
Outputs
25V/0.5A
AC/DC
Inputs
Input 1=5khz
18-28Vdc
Analoge
output
6-Wire load cell
connection
Vexc=5Vdc
DC POWER
SUPPLY
18-32Vdc
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3. Load cell / power connection
3.1 SGM700 basic digitizer
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To PC
Config
software
Local bus
Analoge
output
6-Wire load cell
connection
Vexc=5Vdc
DC POWER
SUPPLY
18-32Vdc
SGM700 Digitizer
3. Load cell / power connection
3.2 SGM710 digitizer analog
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To PC
Config
software
Local bus
Outputs
25V/0.5A
AC/DC
Inputs
Input 1=5khz
18-28Vdc
Analoge
output
6-Wire load cell
connection
Vexc=5Vdc
DC POWER
SUPPLY
18-32Vdc
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3. Load cell / power connection
3.3 SGM720 digitizer ethernet
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To PC
Config
software
Local bus
Outputs
25V/0.5A
AC/DC
Inputs
Input 1=5khz
18-28Vdc
Analoge
output
Remote
canbus
6-Wire load cell
connection
Vexc=5Vdc
DC POWER
SUPPLY
18-32Vdc
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3. Load cell / power connection
3.4 SGM730 digitizer CAN
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To PC
Config
software
Local bus
Outputs
25V/0.5A
AC/DC
Inputs
Input 1=5khz
18-28Vdc
Analoge
output
Profibus DP
6-Wire load cell
connection
Vexc=5Vdc
DC POWER
SUPPLY
18-32Vdc
SGM700 Digitizer
3. Load cell / power connection
3.5 SGM740 digitizer Profibus
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To PC
Config
software
Local bus
Outputs
25V/0.5A
AC/DC
Inputs
Input 1=5khz
18-28Vdc
Analoge
output
RS232/RS422
6-Wire load cell
connection
Vexc=5Vdc
DC POWER
SUPPLY
18-32Vdc
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3. Load cell / power connection
3.6 SGM740 digitizer Serial
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4. First use of indicator
4.1 First use of indicator -Weigher settingsSet up the correct indicator setting (step size and decimal point position).
The start
Turn the indicator on by connecting it to the power supply.
Press key 3 for >2 sec. to get in to Configuration Menu.
Go to the Indicator parameters pressing key 1 <2 sec. 5 times.
x5
Go into the Indicator parameters pressing key 2.
Use Ind 1 to set the maximum net weight value. Set maximum load to prevent
overload by the user. The indicator will not show any weight above the filled in
value. Range: 0 – full display.
To change the value, press key 2 <2 sec.
Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
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First use of indicator -continueWhen the maximum net weight value is set succesfully, the following screen is
visible:
Display step size
Press key 1 <2 sec. untill you see Ind 5 and press key 2 <2 sec.
Use Ind 5 to set the display step size. The step size defines the scaled parts of
the weight value. The display value will be rounded off to the nearest value with a
valid step size.
Use key 1 to select the correct step size.
Choose between 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down
Confirm
Done succesfully, the following screen is visible:
Decimal point
To set the Decimal point position, enter Ind 6 by pressing key 2 <2 sec.
The following screen is visible:
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First use of indicator -continuePress key 1 to define the point position and confirm by pressing key 3
for >2 sec.
Left
Right
Confirm
Done succesfully, the following screen is visible:
Press key 3 <2 sec to go back to Configuration Menu.
Press key 3 <2 sec to go back to main weigher display.
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First use of indicator -continue4.2 First use of indicator -CalibrationPress key 3 for >2sec. to get in to Configuration Menu.
Go to the Calibration parameters by pressing key 1 <2 sec. until you see - - - CAL
x10
Check and delete calibration points.
To enter the Calibration settings, press key 2 <2 sec.
The following screen is visible:
Press key 1 <2 sec. to go to CAL 3 and press key 2 <2 sec.
Use CAL 3 to check and delete all existing calibration points. Step through the
calibration points with key 1. Delete a calibration point by pressing
key 3 >3 sec.
Up
Down
Delete
During deletions, the following screen is visible:
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First use of indicator -continueCalibration Settings -continueWhen a number is shown, the deletion of one calibration point is completed and
more points need to be deleted. Press key 3 >3 sec to do so.
>3 sec.
When all calibration points are deleted, the following screen is visible:
Entering new calibration points.
Use key 1 <2 sec. to go to CAL 1 and press key 2 <2 sec.
After entering, the following screen is visible:
And will automatically jump to:
First calibrate the zero point (CP1). Make sure the weigher is unloaded and
press key 3 >2 sec.
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First use of indicator -continueCalibration Settings -continueThe indicator now shows CP2 to calibrate the gain point (CP2).
And will automatically jump to:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the reference value. Key 1 is used for changing the
number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the cursor. Load the
weigher with the reference value and press key 3 >2 sec.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Done succesfully the following screen is visible:
Confirm
Press key 3 <2 sec. to go back to Configuration Menu.
Press key 3 <2 sec. to go back to main weigher display.
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5. Main Menu
In the Main menu you can change the Setpoints, display the TAC code and
display the CAL code.
5.1 Setpoints.
The SGM700 has four outputs that can switch on/off on different levels.
These levels have to be filled in at the setpoint menu.
Press key 3 <2 sec. to go into the Main menu.
Press key 2 <2sec. to the setpoint change menu.
Press key 1 <2 sec. to select a diffrent setpoint (1-4). Press key 2 <2 sec. to
change the selected setpoint. Key 1 is used for changing the number (1-9), key 2
is used for changing the position of the cursor. Press key 3 >2sec. to confirm.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
When the selected setpoint is changed, the display changes to the next setpoint.
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Main Menu -continueWhen done with changing the setpoints press key 3 <2 sec to go back to the
main weigher display
5.2 TAC code (Traceable Acces Code).
The SGM700 has a TAC code inside. TAC code is number of times the indicator
data is changed. When an indicator gets certified this number will be written on
the device and is used by the controlling agency to see if the settings aren’t
changed after sealing.
To check out the TAC code Press key 3 <2 sec. to go into the Main menu.
Press key 1 <2sec. to the dtAC menu and press key 2 <2sec. to enter.
The following screen will show the actual TAC code.
Press Key 3 <2 sec. to go back to the main menu.
Press key 3 <2 sec. to go back to the main weigher display.
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Main Menu -continue5.2 CAL code (Calibration counter).
The SGM700 has a CAL code inside. CAL code is the number of times the
calibration is changed. When an indicator gets certified this number will be written
on the device and is used by the controlling agency to see if the settings aren’t
changed after sealing.
To check out the CAL code Press key 3 <2 sec. to go into the Main menu.
Press key 1 <2sec. 2x to the dCAL menu and press key 2 <2sec. to enter.
The following screen will show the actual CAL code.
Press Key 3 <2 sec. to go back to the main menu.
Press key 3 <2 sec. to go back to the main weigher display.
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6. Configuration Menu
Press button 3 >2 sec to enter the Configuration Menu.
In the Configuration Menu the following options are available:
- - - Fun
setpoint function settings
- - - ACn
setpoint action settings
- - - dAC
Analog output settings
- - - 485
Local bus communication settings (RS485)
- - - - Pb
Profibus settings (SGM740 only)
- - - Eth
Ethernet settings (SGM720 only)
- - - Ind
Indicator settings
- - - rng
Multi range/interval settings
- - - FIL
Filter settings
- - - dSF
Digital filter settings
- - - PCL
Pre-calibration settings
- - - CAL
Calibration settings
- - - tCL
Theoretic calibration
- - - gCL
Geographic calibration
- - - CLo
Date and time configuration (SGM750 only)
- - - rcL
Recall
- - - SoF
Firmware update
Scroll thru the menu options pressing key 1 and enter a sub-menu pressing
key 2 <2 sec.
Up
Down
Enter
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Configuration Menu -Fun6.1 - - - Fun
setpoint function settings
Configure the weiger mode the outputs has to switch on press key 2 <2 sec to enter the setpoint function settings menu.
Select the output you want to configure pressing key 1 <2 sec. Fun 1= output 1,
Fun 2= output 2, Fun 3= output 3 and Fun 4= output 4. Confirm the selected output
by pressing key 2 <2 sec.
The following screen is visible:
Scroll thru the weigher function options pressing key 1 and select which weigher
mode is needed by pressing key 3 >2sec. (options are: 1-17)
1
Weigher
10 Fast gross x 10
2
Fast gross
11 Fast Net x 10
3
Fast net
12 Gross x 10
4
Gross
13 Net x 10
5
Net
14 Tare x 10
6
Tare
15 Peak x 10
7
Peak
16 Valley x 10
8
Valley
17 Sample
9
Weigher x 10
Up
Down Confirm
For further detais on the weigher functions check appendix I
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Configuration Menu -ACn6.2 - - - ACn
setpoint action settings
To set the hysteresis for the outputs press key 2 <2 sec to enter the setpoint
function settings menu.
Select the output you want to configure pressing key 1 <2 sec. Acn 1= output 1,
Acn 2= output 2, Acn 3= output 3 and Acn 4= output 4. Confirm the selected output by pressing key 2 <2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Fill in the hysteresis for the outputs. Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1
is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor.
Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.See diagram below. Choose value between
-99999 and 999999.
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Configuration Menu -dAC6.3 - - - dAC
Analog output settings
In this menu, all analog output parameters can be set.
Options are:
dAC 1
Set analog output to minimum level
dAC 2
Set analog output to maximum level
dAC 3
Set analog output to level in percetage
dAC 4
Analog output weigher mode
dAC 5
Zero value for minimum analog output
dAC 6
End value for maximum analog output
dAC 7
Analog output range
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the analog output settings.
The following screen is visible:
In dAC 1 you can set the analog output to its minimum level for testing
purpose.Press key 2 <2 sec to set the analog output to minimum.
Press key 3 <2 sec to go back.
The following screen is vissable:
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Configuration Menu -dAC- -continueIn dAC 2 you can set the analog output to its maximum level for testing purpose.Press key 2 <2 sec to set the analog output to maximum. Press key 3 <2 sec
to go back.
The following screen is vissable:
In dAC 3 you can set the analog output to a level you want for testing purpose.
Press key 2 <2 sec.
Fill in the wanted percentage (0000,00-0100,00 using key 1 and key 2. Key 1 is
for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor.
Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec. Press key 3 <2 sec. to go back and reset the
analog output.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm Go back
The following screen is vissable:
In dAC 4 you set the weigher mode that the analog output is based on. Press key
2 < 2sec. to enter dAC 4. Scroll thru the weigher function options pressing key 1
and select which weigher mode is needed by pressing key 3 >2sec. (options are:
1-17)
Increase Decrease Confirm
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Configuration Menu -dAC- -continueThe options are:
1
Weigher
10 Fast gross x 10
2
Fast gross
11 Fast Net x 10
3
Fast net
12 Gross x 10
4
Gross
13 Net x 10
5
Net
14 Tare x 10
6
Tare
15 Peak x 10
7
Peak
16 Valley x 10
8
Valley
17 Sample
9
Weigher x 10
For further detais on the weigher functions check appendix I
The following screen will be vissable:
In dAC 5 you set the weigher start value for the analog output. At this value the
analog output starts with its minimum value. Press key 2 < 2sec. to enter dAC 5.
Fill in the wanted start weight using key 1 and key 2. Key 1 is for changing the
number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor.
Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu -dAC- -continueThe following screen will be vissable:
In dAC 6 you set the weigher end value for the analog output. At this value the
analog output stops with its maximum value. Press key 2 < 2sec. to enter dAC 6.
Fill in the wanted end value using key 1 and key 2. Key 1 is for changing the
number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen will be vissable:
In dAC 7 you set analog output mode. Press key 2 < 2sec. to enter dAC 7.
Scroll thru the weigher function options pressing key 1 and select which analog
output mode is needed by pressing key 3 >2sec. (options are: 1-5).
Increase Decrease Confirm
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Configuration Menu -485Options are:
1 RAW
Register value 65535 parts
2 0-24mA
input value 0 to 24 mA will be calculated from 0 to 100,00%
3 0-20mA
input value 0 to 20 mA will be calculated from 0 to 100,00%
4 4-20mA
input value 4 to 20 mA will be calculated from 0 to 100,00%
5 4-24mA
input value 4 to 24 mA will be calculated from 0 to 100,00%
When confirmed the following screen will be vissable:
6.4 - - - 485
Local bus communication settings (RS485)
In this menu, the communication address can be set for communication with
multiple devices. Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the settings.
The following screen will be vissable:
In 485 1 you set the address of the SGM700. Press key 2 < 2sec. to enter 485 1.
Set the address using key 1 and key 2.. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 >2sec. (options are: 1-32).
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu –Pb6.5 - - - - Pb
Profibus settings (SGM740 only)
In this menu, the communication settings can be set for profibus.
Options are:
Pb 1
Profibus address
Pb 2
Value mode
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the profibus settings.
The following screen will be vissable:
In Pb 1 you set the profibus address of the SGM700. Press key 2 <2 sec. to
enter Pb 1. Set the address using key 1 and key 2 confirm by pressing key 3 >2
sec. (options are: 0-255).
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmd the following screen will be vissable:
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Configuration Menu -Pb- -continueIn Pb 2 you set the profibus Value mode. The profibus value can be shown as
Integer (direct value without decimal point) or as Floating Point (real value with
decimal point). Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the mode.
The oprions are:
Pb2 FL Floating point
Pb2 In Integer
Select the option you want to use by pressing key 1 and confirm by pressing
key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease Confirm
The following screen will be vissable:
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Configuration Menu -Eth6.6 - - - Eth
Ethernet settings (SGM720 only)
In this menu, the communication settings can be set for the ethernet port.
Options are:
Adr 1
First three numbers of the IP address
Adr 2
Second three numbers of the IP address
Adr 3
Third three numbers of the IP address
Adr 4
Fourth three numbers of the IP address
Sub 1
First three numbers of the Subnet address
Sub 2
Second three numbers of the Subnet address
Sub 3
Third three numbers of the Subnet address
Sub 4
Fourth three numbers of the Subnet address
gAt 1
First three numbers of the Gateway address
gAt 2
Second three numbers of the Gateway address
gAt 3
Third three numbers of the Gateway address
gAt 4
Fourth three numbers of the Gateway address
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the ethernet settings.
The following screen is vissable:
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Configuration Menu -Eth- -continueIn Adr 1 you set the first three numbers of the IP address you want to give the
SGM700 (example: 192.168.151.112). Use key 1 and key 2 to change the
number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position
of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In Adr 2 you set the second three numbers of the IP address you want to give
the SGM700 (example: 192.168.151.112). Use key 1 and key 2 to change the
number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position
of the cursor. and confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In Adr 3 you set the third three numbers of the IP address you want to give the
SGM700 (example: 192.168.151.112). Use key 1 and key 2 to change the
number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position
of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu -Eth- -continueWhen confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In Adr 4 you set the fourth three numbers of the IP address you want to give
the SGM700 (example: 192.168.151.112). Use key 1 and key 2 to change the
number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position
of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In Sub 1 you set the first three numbers of the Subnet address you want to
give the SGM700 (example: 255.255.255.000). Use key 1 and key 2 to change
the number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In Sub 2 you set the second three numbers of the Subnet address you want
to give the SGM700 (example: 255.255.255.000). Use key 1 and key 2 to change
the number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
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Configuration Menu -Eth- -continue-
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In Sub 3 you set the third three numbers of the Subnet address you want to
give the SGM700 (example: 255.255.255.000). Use key 1 and key 2 to change
the number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In Sub 4 you set the fourth three numbers of the Subnet address you want to
give the SGM700 (example: 255.255.255.000). Use key 1 and key 2 to change
the number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
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Configuration Menu -Eth- -continueIn gAt 1 you set the first first numbers of the Gateway address you want to
give the SGM700 (example: 192.168.001.001). Use key 1 and key 2 to change
the number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In gAt 2 you set the second three numbers of the Gateway address you want
to give the SGM700 (example: 192.168.001.001). Use key 1 and key 2 to change
the number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In gAt 3 you set the third three numbers of the Gateway address you want to
give the SGM700 (example: 192.168.001.001). Use key 1 and key 2 to change
the number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu -Eth- -continueWhen confirmed the following screen will be visible:
In gAt 4 you set the fourth three numbers of the Gateway address you want to
give the SGM700 (example: 192.168.001.001). Use key 1 and key 2 to change
the number Key 1 is for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
Increase Decrease
Left
Right
Confirm
When confirmed the following screen will be visible:
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Configuration Menu -Ind6.7 - - - Ind
Indicator settings
In this menu, the Indicator settings can be set.
Options are:
Ind 1
Maximum display value
Ind 2
No motion band
Ind 3
Stable time
Ind 4
Digital overall filter
Ind 5
Display step size
Ind 6
Decimal point position
Ind 7
Display refreshment speed
Ind 8
Operation mode
Ind 9
Sample time
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the indicator settings.
The following screen is vissable:
In Ind 1 you set the maximum net weight value. Set maximum load to prevent
overload by the user. The indicator will not show any weight above this value.
Range: 0 – full display.
To change the value press key 2 < 2 sec.
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Configuration Menu -Ind- -continiueThe following screen is vissable:
Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Increase Decrease Left
The following screen is vissable:
Right
Confirm
In Ind 2 you set the No motion band Indicator gives stable signal when weigher
value is stable within this range and time set with Ind 3.
Choose a value between: 0 – 999999.
To change the value press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Increase Decrease Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu -Ind- -continiueThe following screen is vissable:
In Ind 3 you set the Stable time Indicator gives stable signal when weigher value
is stable within the range set in Ind 2 and time set with Ind 3.
Choose a value between: 000.000 – 16.959 seconds.
To change the value press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Increase Decrease Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is vissable:
In Ind 4 you set the Digital overall filter. Set the overall filter to effect all indicator
signals used in the device. 0dB means no effect and –50dB is the strongest
damping. Choose between -: 0dB, 1: -6dB, 2: -12dB, 3: -24dB, 4: -30dB,
5: -36dB, 6: -42dB and 7: –50dB.
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Configuration Menu -Ind- -continiueTo change the filter press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Use key 1 change the filter. Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
The following screen is vissable:
In Ind 5 you set the display step size. The step size defines the scaled parts of
the weight value. The display value will be rounded off to the nearest value with a
valid step size.
To change the display step size press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
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Configuration Menu -Ind- -continiueUse key 1 to select the correct step size.
Choose between 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Example step size:
weigher value is 2005 kg
Up
Down Confirm
Step Size
Weight (kg)
1
2005
2
2006
5
2005
10
2010
The following screen is vissable:
In Ind 6 you set the decimal point. The decimal point defines the point position
of the weight value.
To change the decimal point press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Press key 1 to define the point position and confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu -Ind- -continiueThe following screen is vissable:
In Ind 7 you set the Display refreshment speed. The Display refreshment speed
defines the times the weigher value is refresht per second. Options are: 1, 2, 3, 5,
10, 25, 50.
To change the display refreshment speed press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Press key 1 to choose the display refreshment speed and confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
The following screen is vissable:
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Configuration Menu -Ind- -continiueIn Ind 8 you set the operation mode of the SGM700. Set the operation mode of
the unit to Industrial or Certified. In Industrial mode it’s always possible to change
the indicator parameters and calibration. In certified mode the unit will be sealed
by marks and also the weighing parameters will be blocked to satisfy to the calibration laws. A weighing unit must be certified when it’s used for measuring for
trade aims. Note: In certified mode the zero band = 4% (+2 and -2%). Also zero
suppressing (FIL 3) is disabled.
Options are: In = Industrial mode, CE = Certified mode.
To change the operation mode press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Press key 1 to choose the operation mode and confirm by pressing key 3 for >2
sec.
Up
Down Confirm
The following screen is vissable:
In Ind 9 you set the sample rate of the indicator. The sample rate is the refreshment speed of the weigher signal.
Options are: 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 samples/sec.
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Configuration Menu -rngTo change the sample rate press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Press key 1 to choose the sample rate and confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
The following screen is vissable:
6.8 - - - rng
Multi range/interval settings
In this menu, the multi range/interval can be set.
Options are:
Rng 1
Number of display divisions
Rng 2
Maximum auto range step size
Rng 3
Auto range reset option
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the multi range/interval settings.
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Configuration Menu -rng- -continueThe following screen is vissable:
In rng 1 you set the number of display divisions. Set the number of divisions
when the indicator has to display with the next step size. Auto ranging starts with
step size set at Ind 5 and is disabled when range size is set to 0. Choose a value
between 000.00 and 999.999.
To change the value press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is vissable:
In rng 2 you set the maximum auto range step size. Set the biggest step size
allowed. Choose between 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500.
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Configuration Menu -rng- -continueTo change the maximum step size press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Use key 1 change the filter. Key 1 is for changing the number.
Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
Example Max Step:
If the settings are:
Step size = 1, Range = 100 and Max.
Step = 50, the table on the right shows the
accompanying step size with which the
weigher values reduces within the displayed
ranges.
When the indicator is set certified, the
maximum preset tare is equal to the first
level of the autorange. In this example the
preset tare is valid to 100.
Displayed range
Step size
0-100
1
100-200
2
200-500
5
500-1000
10
1000-2000
20
2000-5000+
50
The following screen is vissable:
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Configuration Menu -FILIn rng 3 you set the auto range reset option. Choose between:
oF: Multi Range = the highest shown step size will be reseted after the signal has
been lower or equal to zero
on: Mulit Interval = the highest shown step size will be reseted after the signal
reaches the previous range.
To change the auto range reset option press key 2 < 2 sec.
The following screen is vissable:
Use key 1 change the reset option. Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
6.9 - - FIL
Down Confirm
Filter settings
In this menu, the filter settings can be set. The display filter will damp the weigher signal to the display to get a calm display view.
Options are:
FIL 1
Display filter band
FIL 2
Display filter factor
FIL 3
Zero suppressing
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the filter settings.
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Configuration Menu -FIL- -continueThe following screen is visible:
In FIL 1 you can set the display filter band. Set the band where the filter is
active. This parameter works together wit FIL 2. Choose a value between –99999
kg and 999999 kg. Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the filter band.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In FIL 2 you can set the display filter factor. Set the strength of the filter.
0dB means no effect and –50 is the strongest damping. This parameter works
together wit FIL 1. Choose between -: 0dB, 1: -6dB, 2: -12dB, 3: -18dB, 4: -24dB,
5: -30dB, 6: -36dB, 7: -42dB and 8: -50dB.
Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the filter factor.
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Configuration Menu -FIL- -continueThe following screen is visible:
Use key 1 change the filter. Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
.
The following screen is visible:
In FIL 3 you set the band within the indicator will show 0. When the indicator is
certified, this parameter will be disabled. Choose a value between 000000 and
999999. Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the zero suppressing band.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -dSF6.10 - - - dSF
Digital filter settings
In this menu, the digital filter settings can be set. This filter is a 2nd order filter.
The filter effects all signals up to and including the cutoff frequency. Options are:
dSF 1
Filter type
dSF 2
Cutoff frequency
dSF 3
Moving average cutoff frequency
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the digital filter settings.
The following screen is visible:
In dSF 1 you can set the filter type.
Choose between None, Dynamic and Static. Dynamic application = used when
the weighing signal is constantly changing. Static application = used when the
weighing signal is stable . Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the filter band.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 change the filter type. Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
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Configuration Menu -dSF- -continueThe following screen is visible:
In dSF 2 you can set the Cutoff frequency. Determines the range used for
filtering the signal. Choose between oFF, 1.0Hz, 1.4Hz, 2.5Hz, 5.0Hz, 10.0Hz,
20.0Hz and 40Hz. Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the cutoff frequency range.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 change the cutoff frequency. Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In dSF 3 you can set the moving average cutoff frequency. Choose a value
between 0-320 Hz. Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the cutoff frequency range.
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -PCLUse key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
6.11 - - - PCL
Pre-calibration settings
In this menu, the Pre-calibration settings can be set. Options are:
Pcl 1
Polarity of input range
PcL 2
Cutoff frequency
PcL 3
Input offset
PcL 4
Recall pre-calibration
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the pre-calibration settings.
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -PCL- -continueIn PcL 1 you can set the polaritiy of the input range. Un=Unipolar mode the
input range for load cells is –0.2 mV/V to + value set at Range. Bi=Bipolar mode
the input range for load cells is –value set at Range to + value set at
Range.Press key 2 <2 sec. To change the polaritity og the input range.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 change the polarity. Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In PcL 2 you can set the Amplifier sensitivity. Choose between 1.0mV/V,
1.5mV/V, 2.0mV/V, 2.5mV/V and 3.0mV/V. Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the
amplifier sensitivity.
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -PCL- -continueUse key 1 change the sensitiviy. Confirm by pressing key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In PcL 3 you can set the Input offset. Choose between choose a sample value
between –50000 and 50000. Press key 2 <2 sec. to change the input offset
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and 2 to change the value. Key 1 is for changing the number
(1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by pressing
key 3 for >2 sec.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In PcL you can Recall the Pcl parameters.The PcL parameters will be reset to
its factory settings. Press key 2 <2 sec. to recall to factory settings
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Configuration Menu -CALThe following screen is visible:
The following screen is visible:
To recall the factory settings press key 3 >2 sec. To cancel press key 3 <2 sec.
Cancel
Recall
The following screen is visible:
6.12 - - - CAL
Calibration settings
In this menu, the Calibration settings can be set. Options are:
CAL 1
Add calibration point
CAL 2
Check weiger information
CAL 3
Show/remove calibration points
CAL 4
Deadload compensation
CAL 5
Show CAL code
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Configuration Menu -CAL- -continuePress key 2 <2 sec to enter the calibration settings.
The following screen is visible:
In CAL 1 you can set the calibration points for the weigher. Press key 2 <2 sec.
to set the calibration points.
After entering, the following screen is visible (if there are no calibration points
available):
And will automatically jump to:
First calibrate the zero point (CP1). Make sure the weigher is unloaded and
press key 3 >2 sec.
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Configuration Menu -CAL- -continueThe indicator now shows CP2 to calibrate the gain point (CP2).
And will automatically jump to:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the reference value. Key 1 is used for changing the
number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the cursor. Load the
weigher with the reference value and press key 3 >2 sec.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
Done succesfully the following screen is visible:
In CAL 2 you can check the weiger information. You can check out the, actual
weigher value, actual weigher value x10 and the actual ADC value.
Press key 2 <2 sec. to check out the weigher information.
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -CAL- -continueUse key 1 <2 sec. to toggle between the actual weight and the actual weight x10.
Use key 2 <2 sec. to toggle between the actual weight and the ADC value.
When finished press key 3< 2 sec.
The following screen is visible:
Use CAL 3 to check and delete all existing calibration points.
Press key 2 <2 sec. to enter CAL 3.
The following screen is visible:
Step through the calibration points with key 1. Delete a calibration point by
pressing key 3 >3 sec.
Up
Down
Delete
During deletions, the following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -CAL- -continueWhen a number is shown, the deletion of one calibration point is completed and
more points need to be deleted. Press key 3 >3 sec to do so.
>3 sec.
When all calibration points are deleted, the following screen is visible:
In CAL 4 you can set a Deadload compensation. In this menu, the deadload
can be set to pull the whole weighing line back to zero. The zero point could be
different because of some modification on the scale or dirt. Press key 2 <2 sec. to
set a new deadload compensation.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the weight that is in/on the weigher. Key 1 is used
for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. And press key 3 >2 sec.to set the new deadload.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu -tCLNormally, the deadload is zero, but it is possible to change the line position if
there is weight on the scale. To do so, edit the actual weigh value to the new
known value.
When the new dead load is set the following screen is visible:
6.13 - - - tCL
Theoretic calibration
In this menu, the Theoretic calibration settings can be set. Here you can set a
calibration without using a refrence weight. For this you only need the specification sheets of the used loadcells. Options are:
tCL 1
Maximum load loadcells
tCL 2
Sensitivity loadcell 1
tCL 3
Sensitivity loadcell 2
tCL 4
Sensitivity loadcell 3
tCL 5
Sensitivity loadcell 4
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Configuration Menu -tCL- -continuePress key 2 <2 sec to enter the theoreatic calibration settings.
The following screen is visible:
In tcL 1 you can set the maximum loadcell load. When more then one loadcell
is used all loadcells should have the same maximum load. Press key 2 <2 sec. to
set the maximum load.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the maximum load of the loadcell(s). Key 1 is used
for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. And press key 3 >2 sec.to set the maximum load.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In tcL 2 you can set the loadcell sensitivity for loadcell 1. This information can
be found on the datasheet deliverd with the loadcell. Press key 2 <2 sec. to set
the loadcell sensitivity.
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Configuration Menu -tCL- -continue-
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the sensitivitiy of loadcell 1. Key 1 is used for
changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. Sensitivity has to be filled in as 0.00000 mV/V. Press key 3 >2 sec. to set
the sensitivity of the loadcell.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In tcL 3 you can set the loadcell sensitivity for loadcell 2. This information can
be found on the datasheet deliverd with the loadcell. Press key 2 <2 sec. to set
the loadcell sensitivity.
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -tCL- -continueUse key 1 and key 2 to enter the sensitivitiy of loadcell 2. Key 1 is used for
changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. Sensitivity has to be filled in as 0.00000 mV/V. Press key 3 >2 sec. to set
the sensitivity of the loadcell.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In tcL 4 you can set the loadcell sensitivity for loadcell 3. This information can
be found on the datasheet deliverd with the loadcell. Press key 2 <2 sec. to set
the loadcell sensitivity.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the sensitivitiy of loadcell 3. Key 1 is used for
changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. Sensitivity has to be filled in as 0.00000 mV/V. Press key 3 >2 sec. to set
the sensitivity of the loadcell.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu -tCL- -continueThe following screen is visible:
In tcL 5 you can set the loadcell sensitivity for loadcell 4. This information can
be found on the datasheet deliverd with the loadcell. Press key 2 <2 sec. to set
the loadcell sensitivity.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the sensitivitiy of loadcell 4. Key 1 is used for
changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. Sensitivity has to be filled in as 0.00000 mV/V. Press key 3 >2 sec. to set
the sensitivity of the loadcell.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -gCL6.14 - - - gCL
Geographic calibration
In this menu, the Geographic calibration settings can be set. Here you can set
a geographic information of the loadcells filled in al tCL. Options are:
gCL 1
Origin latitude
gCL 2
Origin elevation
gCL 3
Location latitude
gCL 4
Location elevation
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter the Geographic calibration settings.
The following screen is visible:
In gcL 1 you can set the origin latitude of the loadcell. This is the geographic
latitude of where the loadcell is manufactured. Press key 2 <2 sec. to set the
origin latitude.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the origin latitide of the loadcell(s). Key 1 is used for
changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. And press key 3 >2 sec.to set the origin latitude. Choose value
between –90,00 and 90,00°
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Configuration Menu -gCL- -continue-
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In gcL 2 you can set the origin elevation of the loadcell. This is the geographic
elevation of where the loadcell is manufactured. Press key 2 <2 sec. to set the
origin elevation.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the origin elavation of the loadcell(s). Key 1 is used
for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. And press key 3 >2 sec.to set the origin elevation. Choose value
between –1000 and 30000 meter.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu -gCL- -continueIn gcL 3 you can set the location latiude of the loadcell(s). This is the
geographic latitude of where the loadcell is going to be used. Press key 2 <2 sec.
to set the location latitude.
The following screen is visible:
Use key 1 and key 2 to enter the location latitude of the loadcell(s). Key 1 is used
for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. And press key 3 >2 sec.to set the location latitude. Choose value
between –90,00 and 90,00°
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
In gcL 4 you can set the location elevation of the loadcell. This is the
geographic elevation of where the loadcell is going to be used. Press key 2 <2
sec. to set the location elevation.
The following screen is visible:
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Configuration Menu –CLoUse key 1 and key 2 to enter the location elevation of the loadcell(s). Key 1 is
used for changing the number (1-9), key 2 is used for changing the position of the
cursor. And press key 3 >2 sec.to set the location latitude. Choose value
between –1000 and 30000 meter.
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
The following screen is visible:
6.15 - - - CLo
Date and time configuration (SGM750 only)
In Clock, you can set the internal date and time.
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter Clock.
The following screen is visible:
Set the date. Use key 1 and key 2 to change the number Key 1 is for changing
the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by
pressing key 3 >2 sec. Format DD.MM.YY
Up
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
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Configuration Menu -rclThe following screen is visible:
Set the time. Use key 1 and key 2 to change the number Key 1 is for changing
the number (1-9), key 2 is for changing the position of the cursor. Confirm by
pressing key 3 >2 sec. Format HH.MM.SS
Up
6.16 - - - rcL
Down
Left
Right
Confirm
Recall
In Recall, you can reset all parameters back to facatory settings.
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter Recall.
The following screen is visible:
To set all parameters back to factory settings Press key 3 >2 sec.
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Configuration Menu -SoFTo reset the file system Press key 1 >2 sec.
The following screen is visible:
Confirm by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
The SGM700 will reboot after he file system is reset.
6.17 - - - SoF
Firmware update
In SoF, you can set the SGM700 in boot mode for software update.
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter Boot mode.
The following screen is visible:
Press key 3 >2 sec to set the SGM700 in Boot mode.
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7. Firmware update
Connect the SGM to the computer through USB. Start PI Mach II. Set communication to USB.
Start the Firmware Update Manager.
Click Open and select the PIP file.
Click Search For Devices and select the device with source “0”.
Use double click or the arrow button to put the address in the Destination List and
click OK.
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Firmware update -continueNow set the SGM in boot mode:
Go into the configuration menu by pressing key 3 >2 sec.
The following screen will appear:
Go to- - - SoF by pressing key 1 <2 sec untll you see - - - SoF
Press key 2 <2 sec to enter Boot mode.
The following screen is visible:
Press key 3 >2 sec to set the SGM700 in Boot mode.
Now click Firmware Update to start the update.
The SGM will reboot automatically and the Firmware Update Manager wil show
Updated.
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8. Error Codes
Error Code Description
Solution
2001
Parameter error
Invalid entry, choose a valid value
2005
Input value is not valid
Invalid entry, choose value within
2101
Weigher not stable
Wait for stable weigher signal and try
2102
Parameter exceeds maxload Remove load from scale
2103
Parameter below zero
Check if scale is blocked
2104
Not in zero range
Remove load
2105
Arithmetic overflow occurred Change calibration levels
2106
A/D reads all 1’s
Check load cell connection
2107
A/D reads all 0’s
Check load cell connection
2108
Gain ref. < zero ref.
Change calibration levels
2109
Gain > 0.99984741211
Change calibration levels
2110
Save error
Contact PENKO
2111
Flash ROM exhausted
Contact PENKO
2112
Error on header creation
Contact PENKO
2113
Error on date write
Contact PENKO
2114
Header validation failed
Contact PENKO
2115
De-active old data fail
Contact PENKO
2116
Load errors
Contact PENKO
2117
Item not found in store
Contact PENKO
2118
Error in stored data
Contact PENKO
2119
Bad calibration
Change calibration levels
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8.1 Weigher error Codes
Error Code
Description
CCCCCC
No proper calibration available
UUUUUU
Underflow
Check loadcell
Check platform construction
OOOOOO
Overflow
Check loadcell
Check platform construction
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Display overflow;
Exceed maximum display
value (max. load)
Solution
Check calibration setting
Reduce load on platform
9. ASCII
9.1 ASCII -Protocol FormatItem
Options
Baudrate
1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600 / 19k2 / 38k4 / 57k6 / 115k2 bps
Data bits
8-bits
Stop bits
1-bit
Parity
NONE
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9.2 ACSII -Protocol CommandsCommand
Respons strings
Operation
OP <number><CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Open channel connection
CL<CR>
Close channel connection
SZ<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set Zero value
RZ<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Reset Zero value
ST<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set Tare
RT<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Reset Tare
PT<value><CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Get/Set Preset Tare
PS<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Activate preset Tare
RP<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Reset Peak
RV<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Reset Valley
GD<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Get Display value
GN<CR>
N+00000<CR>
Get net
GG<CR>
G+00000<CR>
Get gross
GP<CR>
P+00000<CR>
Get peak
GV<CR>
V+00000<CR>
Get valley
GF<CR>
F+00000<CR>
Get fast net (no display damping)
GS<CR>
S+00000<CR>
Get A/D sample
W+00000+00000SSCC<CR>
Get long net+gross, status &
checksum
GW<CR>
GX<CR>
LW<CR>
LF<CR>
X+00000<CR>
W+00000+00000SSCC<CR>/ERR<CR>
F+00000+00000SSCC<CR>/ERR<CR>
Get extended net (net x 10)
Get long net+gross, status &
checksum
Get long fast net+gross, status &
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5. ACSII -protocol commands - continueCommand
Respons strings
Operation
LN<CR>
N+00000+00000SSCC<CR>/ERR<CR>
Get net+fast net , status & checksum
LX<CR>
X+00000+00000SSCC<CR>/ERR<CR>
Get long extended net (net x 10) +
extended gross (gross x 10), status &
checksum
SD<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set auto-transmit display value
SN<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set auto-transmit net
SG<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set auto-transmit gross
SW<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set auto-transmit long weight
SP<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set auto-transmit peak
SV<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set auto-transmit valley
SF<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set auto-transmit fast net
SX<CR>
OK<CR>/ERR<CR>
Set auto-transmit extended net
(net x 10)
IV<CR>
V:0102<CR>
Information on Version
ID<CR>
D:0502<CR>
Information on Device
IS<CR>
S:001000<CR>
Information on System
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10. Profibus Protocol Description
Module = "weight" 0x28, 0x1E
; gross 32 bits inputs
; net 32 bits inputs
; tare 32 bits inputs
; status 16 bits inputs
; cmd 8 bits inputs
; level1 32 bits outputs
; level2 32 bits outputs
; cmd 8 bits outputs
;
; cmd bit definitation:
; 1 = zero reset command
; 2 = zero set command
; 3 = tare off
; 4 = tare on
; 5 = free
; 6 = free
; 7 = free
; 8 = free
;
; status bit definitation:
; 1 = hardware overload detected
; 2 = overload detected
; 3 = stable signal
; 4 = in stable range
; 5 = zero corrected
; 6 = center of zero
; 7 = in zero range
; 8 = zero tracking posible
; 9 = tare active
; 10 = preset tare active
; 11 = new sample available
; 12 = calibration invalid
; 13 = calibration enabled
; 14 = user certified operation
; 15 = level 1 active
; 16 = level 2 active
EndModule
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11. Standard Factory Settings
Description
Display
Value
Setpoint function
Fun 1
1
Fun 2
1
Fun 3
1
Fun 4
1
Acn 1
000,010
Acn 2
000,010
Acn 3
000,010
Acn 4
000,010
dAC 4
2
dAC 5
000.000
dAC 6
010.000
dAC 7
4
Local bus communication 485 1
1
Profibus
Pb 1
1
Pb 2
FL
Adr 1
010
Adr 2
001
Adr 3
002
Adr 4
004
Sub 1
255
Sub 2
255
Sub 3
255
Sub 4
0
Setpoint action
Analog output
Ethernet
Your setting
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7. Standard Factory Settings -continueDescription
Display
Value
Ethernet
gAT 1
0
gAT 2
0
gAT 3
0
gAT 4
0
Ind 1
10.009
Ind 2
2
Ind 3
1.000
Ind 4
-
Ind 5
1
Ind 6
---.---
Ind 7
25
Ind 8
In
Ind 9
1.60
Rng 1
0
Rng 2
1
Rng 3
oF
FIL 1
0
FIL 2
-
FIL 3
0
dSF 1
Dynamic
dSF 2
2.5Hz
sSF 3
50
Indicator
Multi range/interval
Filter
Digital filter
Your setting
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7. Standard Factory Settings -continueDescription
Display
Value
Pre-calibration
Pcl 1
un
Pcl 2
2.0
Pcl 3
0
tCL 1
10.000
tCL 2
0.000
tCL 3
0.000
tCL 4
0.000
tCL 5
0.000
gCL 1
52.00
gCL 2
0
gCL 3
52.00
gCL 4
0
Theoretic calibration
Geographic calibration
Your setting
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Appendix I
Description
Definition
Weight
filtered net weigher value that can react on mulit range/interval
Fast Gross
unfiltered gross weigher value
Fast Net
unfiltered net weigher value
Gross
filtered gross weigher value
Net
filtered net weigher value
Tare
tare value
Peak
highest reached weigher value can be reset by button peak reset
Valley
lowest reached weigher value can be reset by button valley reset
Weight x 10
filtered net weigher value shown with extra decimal that can react
on multi range / multi interval
Fast Gross x 10 unfiltered gross weigher value shown with extra decimal
Fast Net x 10
unfiltered bet weigher value shown with extra decimal
Gross x 10
filtered gross weigher value shown with extra decimal
Net x 10
filtered net weigher value shown with extra decimal
Tare x 10
tare value shown with extra decimal
Peak x 10
highest reached weigher value shown with extra decimal can be
reset by button peak reset
Valley x 10
lowest reached weigher value shown with extra decimal can be
reset by button valley reset
Sample
direct value got from the load cell(s)
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