Adam Equipment Marine Radio CBC SERIES User's Manual

Adam Equipment Marine Radio CBC SERIES User's Manual
Adam Equipment
CBC SERIES
(P.N. 8680, Revision C4, February 2009)
Software rev.: 3.06 & above
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CONTENTS
1.0
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................... 3
2.0
SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................... 4
2.1
COMMON SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................. 5
3.0
INSTALLATION........................................................................................................ 6
3.1
LOCATING THE SCALE....................................................................................... 6
3.2
INSTALLATION OF CBC SCALES....................................................................... 6
4.0
KEY DESCRIPTIONS .............................................................................................. 7
5.0
DISPLAYS ................................................................................................................ 8
5.1
WEIGHT DISPLAY ............................................................................................... 8
5.2
UNIT WEIGHT DISPLAY...................................................................................... 8
5.3
COUNT DISPLAY ................................................................................................. 9
6.0
OPERATION ............................................................................................................ 9
6.1
ZEROING THE DISPLAY ..................................................................................... 9
6.2
TARING ................................................................................................................ 9
6.3
PARTS COUNTING............................................................................................ 10
6.3.1
Setting Unit Weight ...................................................................................... 10
6.3.2
Counting more parts .................................................................................... 11
6.3.3
Automatic part weight updates .................................................................... 11
6.3.4
Check-counting............................................................................................ 12
6.3.5
Manually Accumulated Totals...................................................................... 12
6.3.6
Automatic Accumulated Totals .................................................................... 13
7.0
PARAMETERS....................................................................................................... 13
8.0
CALIBRATION ....................................................................................................... 14
9.0
RS-232 INTERFACE .............................................................................................. 15
9.1
INPUT COMMANDS FORMAT........................................................................... 17
9.2
RS-232 SETUP................................................................................................... 18
9.3
REAL TIME CLOCK SETUP............................................................................... 19
9.4
AUTO SLEEP FUNCTION.................................................................................. 20
10.0 BATTERY AND BACKLIGHT OPERATION........................................................... 21
10.1 BATTERY ........................................................................................................... 21
10.2 BACKLIGHT FOR LCD....................................................................................... 21
11.0 ERROR CODES..................................................................................................... 22
12.0 REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES .................................................... 23
13.0 SERVICE INFORMATION...................................................................................... 23
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
• The CBC series provides accurate, fast and versatile counting
scales.
• There are 2 type of scales within the CBC seriesCBC scales are gram/ kilogram only scales and the CBCa scales
are changeable from pounds to kilograms. The scales have the
same functions except that CBCa scales have the ability to toggle
between the two weighing units.
• There are 5 models in each type with capacities up to 48 kg /
100lb.
• The scales have stainless steel weighing platforms on an ABS
base assembly.
• All scales are supplied with a RS-232 bi-directional interface and
real time clock (RTC).
• The scales have sealed keypad with colour coded membrane
switches and there are 3 large, easy to read liquid crystal type
displays (LCD). The LCD’s are supplied with a backlight.
•
The scales include automatic zero tracking, audible alarm for preset counts, automatic tare, pre-set tare, an accumulation facility
that allows the count to be stored and recalled as an accumulated
total.
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2.0 SPECIFICATIONS
CBC SERIES
CBC 4
CBC 8
CBC 16
CBC 32
CBC 48
Maximum
Capacity
Readability
Model #
4000 g
8000 g
16kg
32 kg
48 kg
0.1 g
0.2 g
0.0005 kg
0.001 kg
0.002 kg
Tare Range
Repeatability
(Std Dev)
Linearity ±
-4000 g
0.1 g
-8000 g
0.2 g
-9.9995 kg
0.0005 kg
-32 kg
0.001 kg
-48 kg
0.002 kg
0.2 g
0.4 g
0.001 kg
0.002 kg
0.004 kg
Units of
Measure
g
kg
CBCa SERIES
Model: CBC 8a
UNITS OF
MEASURE
Kilograms
Pounds
MAXIMUM
CAPACITY
4.0000 kg
8.0000 lb
TARE
RANGE
-4 kg
-8 lb
READABILITY
REPEATIBILITY
LINEARITY
0.0001 kg
0.0002 lb
0.0001 kg
0.0002 lb
0.0002 kg
0.0004 lb
TARE
RANGE
-8 kg
-9.9995 E=lb
READABILITY
REPEATIBILITY
LINEARITY
0.0002 kg
0.0005 lb
0.0002 kg
0.0005 lb
0.0004 kg
0.001 lb
MAXIMUM
CAPACITY
16.0000 kg
35.000 lb
TARE
RANGE
-10 kg
-35 lb
READABILITY
REPEATIBILITY
LINEARITY
0.0005 kg
0.001 lb
0.0005 kg
0.001 lb
0.001 kg
0.002 lb
MAXIMUM
CAPACITY
32.000 kg
70.000 lb
TARE
RANGE
-32 kg
-70 lb
READABILITY
REPEATIBILITY
LINEARITY
0.001 kg
0.002 lb
0.001 kg
0.002 lb
0.002 kg
0.004 lb
TARE
RANGE
-48 kg
-99 lb
READABILITY
REPEATIBILITY
LINEARITY
0.002 kg
0.005 lb
0.002 kg
0.005 lb
0.004 kg
0.01 lb
Model: CBC 16a
UNITS OF
MEASURE
Kilograms
Pounds
MAXIMUM
CAPACITY
8.0000 kg
16.0000 lb
Model: CBC 35a
UNITS OF
MEASURE
Kilograms
Pounds
Model: CBC 70a
UNITS OF
MEASURE
Kilograms
Pounds
Model: CBC 100a
UNITS OF
MEASURE
Kilograms
Pounds
MAXIMUM
CAPACITY
48.000 kg
100 lb
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2.1
COMMON SPECIFICATIONS
Stabilisation
Time
Operating
Temperature
2 Seconds typical
Power supply
230 VAC 50/60 Hz
120 VAC available
-10°C - 40°C
14°F - 104°F
Battery
Internal rechargeable battery
(~90 hours operation)
Calibration
Automatic External
Display
3 x 6 digits LCD digital displays
Balance
Housing
Pan Size
ABS Plastic, Stainless Steel platform
225 x 275mm
8.9” x 10.8”
Overall
Dimensions
(wxdxh)
Net Weight
315 x 355 x 110mm
12.4” x 14” x 4.3”
Applications
Counting Scales
4.1 kg / 9 lb
Functions
Parts counting, check-counting, weighing, accumulating memory,
pre-set count with alarm
Interface
RS-232 bi-directional interface
English, German, French, Spanish selectable text
Date/Time
Real Time Clock (RTC),
To print date and time information
(Dates in year/month/day, day/month/year or
month/day/year formats- Battery backed)
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3.0 INSTALLATION
3.1
3.2
LOCATING THE SCALE
•
The scales should not be placed in a location that
will reduce the accuracy.
•
Avoid extremes of temperature. Do not place in
direct sunlight or near air conditioning vents.
•
Avoid unsuitable tables. The table or floor must be
rigid and not vibrate.
•
Avoid unstable power sources. Do not use near
large users of electricity such as welding
equipment or large motors.
•
Do not place near vibrating machinery.
•
Avoid
high
humidity
that
might
cause
condensation. Avoid direct contact with water. Do
not spray or immerse the scales in water.
•
Avoid air movement such as from fans or opening
doors. Do not place near open windows or airconditioning vents.
•
Keep the scales clean. Do not stack material on
the scales when they are not in use.
INSTALLATION OF CBC SCALES
• The CBC Series come with a stainless steel platform packed
separately.
• Place the platform in the locating holes on the top cover.
• Do not press with excessive force as this could damage the load
cell inside.
• Level the scale by adjusting the four feet. The scale should be
adjusted such that the bubble in the spirit level is in the centre of
the level and the scale is supported by all four feet.
• Turn the power ON using the switch located on the right side of
the base.
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• The scale will show the current software revision number in the
“Weight” display window, for example V3.06.
• Next a self-test is performed. At the end of the self-test, it will
display “0” in all three displays, if the zero condition has been
achieved.
4.0 KEY DESCRIPTIONS
Keys
[0-9, .]
Functions
Numeric entry keys, used to manually enter a value for tare
weights, unit weight, and sample size.
[CE]
Used to clear the unit weight or an erroneous entry.
[M+]
Add the current count to the accumulator. Up to 99 values or
full capacity of the weight display can be added. Also prints
the displayed values when Auto print is switched off.
[MR]
To recall the accumulated memory.
[Pst]
To set the upper limit for the number of items counted. When
this upper limit is exceeded the scale will sound the beeper.
[Print]
To print the accumulated totals to a PC or printer using the
RS-232 interface.
[Smpl]
Used to input the number of items in a sample.
[U.Wt./Units] Used to enter the weight of a sample manually.
For CBCa it will also select the weighing unit when the “Unit
Weight” display is at zero.
[Tare]
Tares the scale. Stores the current weight in memory as a
tare value, subtracts the tare value from the weight and
shows the results. This is the net weight. Entering a value
using the keypad will store that as the tare value.
[Zero]
Sets the zero point for all subsequent weighing to show zero.
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5.0 DISPLAYS
The scales have three digital display windows. These are “Weight”, “Unit
Weight” and “Count”.
For CBCa, there are indicators for lb & kg
5.1
WEIGHT DISPLAY
It has 6-digit display to indicate the weight on the scale.
Arrows above symbols will indicate the following:
Low battery,
as above
Net Weight Display, "Net" as above
Stability indicator, "Stable" or symbol
as above
Zero indicator, "Zero" or symbol 0 as above
Note: Unit indicator “lb/kg” for CBCa only
5.2
UNIT WEIGHT DISPLAY
• This display will show the unit weight of a sample. This value is
either input by the user or computed by the scale. The unit of
measurement is grams on CBC and pounds on CBCa scales.
• The arrow indicator will be seen above "Sample" or
symbol as
above, when there is insufficient number of samples to accurately
determine the count.
• When the unit weight is not large enough to determine an accurate
count, the arrow indicator will be seen above "U. Weight" or
symbol as above.
• In both cases the scale continues to operate and the indications are
to alert the user for a potential problem.
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• If a preset count has been stored the "Preset" or
above, will have an arrow above.
5.3
symbol as
COUNT DISPLAY
• This display will show the number of items on the scale or the value
of the accumulated count. See the next section on OPERATION.
• The arrow indicator will be seen above "Memory" when a value has
been entered into the memory.
6.0 OPERATION
NOTE: CBCa Scales only
SETTING THE WEIGHING UNIT, lb or kg
The scale will turn on displaying the last weighing unit selected, either
kilograms or pounds. To change the weighing unit press the [U. Wt./Units]
key when the “Unit Weight” display shows zero. If necessary press the [CE]
key to clear the unit weight before changing.
6.1
ZEROING THE DISPLAY
• You can press the [Zero] key at any time to set the zero point from
which all other weighing and counting is measured. This will usually
be necessary only when the platform is empty. When the zero point
is obtained the “Weight” display will show the indicator for zero.
• The scale has an automatic re-zeroing function to account for minor
drifting or accumulation of material on the platform. However you
may need to press [Zero] to re-zero the scale if small amounts of
weight are still shown when the platform is empty.
6.2
TARING
• Zero the scale by pressing the [Zero] key if necessary. The
indicator above “Zero” will be ON.
• Place a container on the platform and its weight will be displayed.
• Press [Tare] to tare the scale. The weight that was displayed is
stored as the tare value which is subtracted from the display,
leaving zero on the display. The indicator above “Net” will be ON.
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• As a product is added only the weight of the product will be
shown. The scale could be tared a second time if another type of
product was to be added to the first one. Again only the weight
that is added after taring will be displayed.
• When the container is removed a negative value will be shown. If
the scale was tared just before removing the container, this value
is the gross weight of the container plus all products those were
removed. The indicator above “Zero” will also be ON because the
platform is back to the same condition as it was when the [Zero]
key was pressed last.
6.3
PARTS COUNTING
6.3.1 Setting Unit Weight
In order to do parts counting it is necessary to know the average weight of
the items to be counted. This can be done by weighing a known number of
the items and letting the scale determine the average unit weight or by
manually inputting a known unit weight using the keypad.
A. Weighing a sample to determine the Unit Weight
To determine the average weight of the items to be counted, you will
need to place a known quantity of the items on the scale and then to
key in the number of items being weighed. The scale will then divide
the total weight by the number of items and display the average unit
weight. Press [CE] anytime to clear the unit weight.
• Zero the scale by pressing the [Zero] key if necessary. If a
container is to be used, place the container on the scale and tare
by pressing [Tare] as discussed earlier.
• Place a known quantity of items on the scale. After the weight
display is stable, enter the quantity of items using the numeric
keys and then press the [Smpl] key.
• The number of units will be displayed on the "Count" display and
the computed average weight will be shown on the "Unit Weight"
display.
• As more items are added to the scale, the weight and the quantity
will increase.
• If a quantity which is smaller than the sample is placed on the
scale, then the scale will automatically enhance the Unit Weight
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by re-calculating it. To lock the Unit Weight and avoid resampling, press [U. Wt./Units].
• If the scale is not stable, the calculation will not be completed. If
the weight is below zero, the “Count” display will show negative
count.
B. Entering a known Unit Weight
• If the unit weight is already known then it is possible to enter that
value using the keypad.
• Enter the value of the unit weight in grams, using the numeric
keys followed by pressing the [U. Wt./Units] key. The "Unit
Weight" display will show the value as it was entered.
• The sample is then added to the scale and the weight will be
displayed as well as the quantity, based on the unit weight.
6.3.2 Counting more parts
• After the unit weight has been determined or entered, it is
possible to use the scale for parts counting. The scale can be
tared to account for the container weight as discussed in the
earlier section.
• After the scale is tared the items to be counted are added and the
"Count" display will show the number of items, computed using
the total weight and the unit weight.
• It is possible to increase the accuracy of the unit weight at any
time during the counting process by entering the count displayed
and then pressing the [Smpl] key. You must be certain that the
quantity displayed matches the quantity on the scale before
pressing the key. The unit weight can be adjusted based upon a
larger sample quantity. This will give greater accuracy when
counting larger sample sizes.
6.3.3 Automatic part weight updates
• At the time of computing the unit weight (see section 6.3.1A), the
scale will automatically update the unit weight when a sample
less than the sample already on the platform is added. A beep will
be heard when the value is updated. It is wise to check the
quantity is correct when the unit weight has been updated
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automatically.
• This feature is turned off as soon as the number of items added
exceeds the count used as a sample.
6.3.4 Check-counting
• Check-counting is a procedure to cause an alarm to sound when
the number of items counted on the scale meets or exceeds a
number stored in the memory by using the [Pst] key.
• The value to be stored is entered from the keyboard. Enter the
numeric value to be stored using the numeric keys. Then press
the [Pst] key to store the value.
• To clear the value from the memory and thereby turn off the
check-counting feature, enter the value "0" and press [Pst].
6.3.5 Manually Accumulated Totals
• The values (weight and count) shown on the display can be
added to the values in the memory by pressing the [M+] key. The
"Weight" display will show the total weight, the "Count" display
will show the total accumulated count and the "Unit Weight"
display shows the number of times, the items have been added to
the memory for accumulation. The values will be displayed for 2
seconds before returning to normal.
• The scale must return to zero or a negative number, before
another sample can be added to the memory.
• More products can then be added and the [M+] key to be pressed
again. This can continue for up to 99 entries or until the capacity
of the “Weight” display is exceeded.
• To observe the total stored value, press the [MR] key. The total
will be displayed for 2 seconds.
• To clear the memory- first press [MR] to recall the totals from
memory and then press the [CE] key to clear all values from the
memory.
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6.3.6 Automatic Accumulated Totals
• The scale can be set to automatically accumulate totals when a
weight is placed on the scale. This eliminates the need to press
the [M+] key to store values into the memory. However the [M+]
key is still active and can be pressed to store the values
immediately. In this case the values will not be stored when the
scale returns to zero.
• See the Section 9.0 on RS-232 Interface for details on how to
enable Automatic Accumulation.
7.0
PARAMETERS
The parameters are set to customise the scale to suit the weighing
applications. You need to enter a secure menu by entering a password when
requested.
• Press [Tare] once, during the initial counting of the display after
the power is turned on.
• The “Weight” display will show "PIn
password number.
" requesting for the
• The default password is "0000" but other numbers can be set
using the parameter menus. Press the [0] key four times.
• Press the [Tare] key.
• There are 2 functions that can be cycled through using the [U.
Wt./Units] key. The Weight window will show the parameter
number and the Unit Price window will show the word describing
the function.
• The first parameter is “F1” “CAL”. (See section 8.0 for details)
• To enter into Calibration function, press the [Tare] key.
• To exit a parameter, press the [Zero] key.
• To select the second parameter press the [U. Wt./Units] key.
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SETTING OF PIN
• Display will show “F2” “Pin”. This parameter allows setting of a
new password number.
• Press [Tare]. The “WEIGHT” display will show "Pin 1"
• Enter the new password number. The “Unit Weight” display will
show dashes. Press [Tare].
• The “WEIGHT” display will change to "Pin 2 ", Enter the password
again and press [Tare].
• The display will show "donE" to show the new password has been
accepted and will return to the menu. Record the new password
in a secured place.
• To exit a parameter, press the [Zero] key.
8.0 CALIBRATION
• The CBC scales are calibrated using metric weights and CBCa
scales are calibrated using metric or pound weights depending on
the unit in use before calibration.
• The scale will display a value of the weight to be used for
calibration. You can enter a different value, if desired.
• For entering Calibration, see section 7.0 Parameters
• When “F1” “CAL” is displayed, press [Tare].
• The display will then show "unLoAd" to request all weight be
removed from the platform.
• Press the [Tare] key to set the zero point.
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• The displays will then show the calibration weight suggested as a
whole number. For example:
“LoAd”
“04”
“KiLoS”
Either put this weight on the platform after the stable symbol is on
or enter the desired value in whole integer and then press [Tare].
• Place the weight on the platform and press [Tare] again.
• At all times the scale should be stable before pressing the [Tare]
key to accept a weight. The stability indicator will turn on to show
the value is stable.
• When calibration is done the display will show “SPAn” “PASS”.
• Remove the weight. The scale will return to normal weighing.
• If an error message “SPAn” “FAIL” is displayed, then repeat the
process.
Suggested Calibration weights for CBC Series:
•
CBC 4 /
CBC 8a
CBC 8 /
CBC 16a
CBC 16 /
CBC 35a
CBC 32 /
CBC 70a
2 kg / 5 Ib
4 kg / 10 lb
10 kg / 30 lb
20 kg / 50 lb
CBC 48 /
CBC 100a
30 kg / 100 lb
After calibration, the scale should be checked whether the
calibration and linearity is correct. If necessary, repeat calibration.
NOTE: CBCa scales will have the lb or kg indicator on, to show the unit of
the weight requested. If the scale was in pounds before starting the
calibration, the weights requested will be in pound values or if the scale was
weighing in kilograms then metric weights will be requested.
9.0 RS-232 INTERFACE
The CBC Series are supplied with a RS-232 bi-directional interface. The
scale when connected to a printer or computer through the RS-232 interface,
outputs the weight, unit weight and count.
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Specifications:
RS-232 output of weighing data
ASCII code
Adjustable Baud rate, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 and 19200 baud
8 data bits
No Parity
Connector:
9 pin D-subminiature socket
Pin 3 Output
Pin 2 Input
Pin 5 Signal Ground
The scale can be set to print text in English, French, German or Spanish.
See the RS-232 parameters section for details.
Data Format-Normal Output:
Date
Time
<lf><cr>
Gross Wt
Unit Wt.
PCS
<lf><cr>
<lf><cr>
12/09/2006
14:56:27
1.234 Kg
123 g
10 pcs
Net Wt. for net weight (with tare value stored)
Kg and g for metric and lb for pounds.
Includes 2 line feeds with carriage return
Data Format- Memory Recall Print:
Date
12/09/2006
Time
14:56:27
<lf><cr>
**********
<lf> <cr>
TOTAL
No.
5
Wt.
1.234 Kg
PCS
10 pcs
<lf><cr>
**********
<lf><cr><lf><cr>
Includes 1 line feed
Includes 1 line feed
2 line feeds, carriage return
Pressing the [MR] key will not send the totals to the RS-232 when the
continuous print is turned on. The continuous print will only be for weight and
display data that is current.
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In other languages the format is the same but the text will be in the language
selected.
Description
Print gross
weight
Net weight
Weight per
unit counted
Number of
items
counted
Number of
weighings
added to
subtotals
Total weight
and count
printed
Print date
Print time
9.1
ENGLISH
FRENCH
GERMAN
SPANISH
Gross Wt
Pds Brut
Brut-Gew
Pso Brut
Net Wt.
Unit Wt.
Pds Net
Pds unit
Net-Gew
Gew/Einh
Pso Net
Pso/Unid
Pcs
Pcs
Stck.
Piezas
No.
Nb.
Anzhl
Num.
Total
Total
Gesamt
Total
Date
Time
Date
Heure
Datum
Zeit
Fecha
Hora
INPUT COMMANDS FORMAT
The scale can be controlled with the following commands. The commands
must be sent in upper case letters, i.e. “T” not “t”. Press the Enter key of the
PC after each command.
T<cr><lf>
Tares the scale to display the net weight. This is the same as pressing
[Tare] key.
Z<cr><If>
Sets the zero point for all subsequent weighing. The display shows
zero.
P<cr><lf>
Prints the results to a PC or printer using the RS-232 interface. It also
adds the value to the accumulation memory if the accumulation
function is not set to automatic. In CBC series, the [Print] key will
either print the current items being counted or the results of the
accumulation memory if [M+] is pressed first.
R<cr><lf>
Recall and Print- Same as if first the [MR] key and then the [Print] key
is pressed. Will display the current accumulated memory and print the
total results.
C<cr><lf>
Same as pressing [MR] first and then the [CE] key to erase the current
memory.
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9.2
RS-232 SETUP
The RS-232 interface uses parameters set by the user for language, baud
rate and date format.
Press and hold the [Print] key for 4 seconds to access the parameters.
Press [U. Wt./Units] to scroll through the options and [Tare] to confirm the
change and then advance to the next parameter.
When a parameter is entered by pressing [Tare], the displays will guide you
through the parameter selected and the options available.
The parameters and their functions are:
Options
Functions
On
oFF
Enable or disable the RS232 interface.
Port
Displays
Unit
Count
Weight
on
4800
bPS
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
Set baud rate.
Print
mAn
Cont to PC
Print Auto
Print mAn
Select printing options for
continuous printing, print
automatically or printing
manually.
AC
mAn
AC Auto
AC mAn
AC oFF
Select the operation of
accumulating automatically,
manually or turned off.
CoUntr
Y
EnGLiSH
FrEnCH
GErMAn
SPAniSH
Select Language for
printing.
Weight
E
nGLiSH
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The scale will perform the following functions depending on the Accumulation and
Print settings:
ACCUMULATION FUNCTIONS
PRINT
FUNCTIONS
AC Auto
AC mAn
AC oFF
Accumulate and
print automatically
Print automatically
Print automatically,
[M+] key has no
function
Print Auto
Accumulate and print
when [M+] is pressed
Automatically
Accumulate but not
print,
Accumulate and print
when [M+] or [Print] is
pressed
Print mAn
[M+] key has no
function
Print only when
[Print] key pressed
Cont to PC
Print continuously
and accumulate
automatically when
stable
Print when [Print]
key is pressed,
Print continuously and
accumulate when [M+]
is pressed
Print continuously
[M+] and [Print] key
have no function
[Print] key no function
[Print] key no
function
9.3
REAL TIME CLOCK SETUP
The Real Time Clock (RTC) is used only for the RS-232 output. The Date
and Time can be set as required. The scale will keep the clock running even
when the power is off.
Setting up the clock
• Press and hold the [CE] key when power is first turned on, release the
key when the revision is displayed. The initial displays show the
current date and time set.
“ rtC
“ “11,14,06” “16,41,35”
• Press the [CE] key to change the date and time. The display will show
the current time format, “H-m-S”.
• Enter the time using the numeric keys using a 24 hour clock format,
3:41PM is “154100”.
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• Press the [Tare] key to accept the time. The display will show the
current date format.
• Press the [Print] key to change the date format. Available formats are:
“Y-m-d” year, month, day
“m-d-Y” month, day, year
“d-m-Y” day, month, year
• Press the [Tare] key to accept the chosen format and then enter the
date in this format.
• Press the [Tare] key to accept the date.
An error code will be shown if the time (Err 1) or the date (Err 2) is not the
permissible values. For example, 34th day of a month is an invalid entry.
9.4
AUTO SLEEP FUNCTION
This function may be enabled or disabled by the user. If enabled, when the
scale is not used for some time (as pre-set by the user under this function) it
automatically switches off. To set this parameter• During self-checking, press [Zero] and release at once. The
display shows “SLEEP nodE”.
• Press [U. Wt./Units] key to scroll through the auto sleep values.
“0” Auto sleep mode disabled
“1” Auto sleep after 1 minute
“5” Auto sleep after 5 minutes
“10” Auto sleep after 10 minutes
• Press [Tare] to set the value. The scale returns to zero.
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10.0 BATTERY AND BACKLIGHT OPERATION
10.1 BATTERY
• The scales can be operated from the battery, if desired. The
battery life is approximately 90 hours.
• When the battery needs charging the arrow above the low battery
symbol under the “Weight” display will turn on. The battery should
be charged as soon as the arrow is on. The scale will still operate
for about 10 minutes after which it will automatically switch off to
protect the battery.
• To charge the battery, simply plug the scale into the mains and
switch the mains power ON. The scale does not need to be
turned on.
• The battery should be charged for at least 12 hours for full
capacity.
• Just under the “Count” display is an LED to indicate the status of
battery charging. When the scale is plugged into the mains
power, the internal battery will be charged. If the LED is green
the battery is fully charged. If it is red, the battery is nearly
discharged and yellow indicates the battery should be charged
longer, preferably overnight.
• If the battery has not been used properly or it is used for a
number of years it may eventually fail to hold a full charge. If the
battery life becomes unacceptable then contact your supplier.
10.2 BACKLIGHT FOR LCD
• The backlight of the LCD can be set to be1. ON at all the time,
2. ON only when a weight is placed on the scale or
3. Turned off.
• To set the backlight press and hold [Pst] key for 4 seconds.
• The weight display will show “EL xx” where xx is the current setting
for the backlight.
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• Press [U. Wt./Units] to scroll through the options.
“EL on”
Sets the backlight to be on at all times.
“EL Au”
Sets the backlight to operate automatically when a weight is
placed on the scale or a key is pressed.
“EL OFF”
Sets the backlight to be off.
• Press the [Tare] key to store the value or press the [Zero] key to
escape from this setting and return to weighing.
11.0 ERROR CODES
During the initial power-on testing or during operation, the scale may show an
error message. The meaning of the error messages is described below.
If an error message is shown, repeat the step that caused the message,
turning the balance on, carry out the calibration or other functions. If the error
message is still shown contact your dealer for further support.
ERROR CODE
Err 1
DESCRIPTION
Time input error.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Tried to set an illegal time, i.e. 26hours
Err 2
Date input error
Tried to set an illegal date, i.e. 36th day
Err 4
Initial Zero is greater than
allowed (typically 4% of
the maximum capacity)
when power is turned on
or when the [Zero] key is
pressed,
Weight is on the pan when turning the
scale on.
Excessive weight on the pan when
zeroing the scale.
Improper calibration of the scale.
Damaged load cell.
Damaged Electronics.
Err 6
A/D count is not correct Platform is not installed.
when turning the scale
Damaged Load cell.
on.
Damaged Electronics.
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12.0 REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
If you need to order any spare parts and accessories, contact your supplier or Adam
Equipment. A partial list of such items is as follows•
•
Mains Power cord
Replacement Battery
•
•
•
•
Stainless Steel Pan
In use cover
Printer, etc.
13.0 SERVICE INFORMATION
This manual covers the details of operation. If you have a problem with the
scale that is not directly addressed by this manual then contact your supplier
for assistance. In order to provide further assistance, the supplier will need
the following information which should be kept ready:
A. Details of your company
-Name of your company:
-Contact person’s name:
-Contact telephone, e-mail,
fax or any other methods:
B. Details of the unit purchased
(This part of information should always be available for any future correspondence.
We suggest you to fill in this form as soon as the unit is received and keep a printout in your record for ready reference.)
Model name of the scale:
CBC___
Serial number of the unit:
Software revision number
(Displayed when power is first turned on):
Date of Purchase:
Name of the supplier and place:
C. Brief description of the problem
Include any recent history of the unit. For example:
-Has it been working since it’s delivered
-Has it been in contact with water
-Damaged from a fire
-Electrical Storms in the area
-Dropped on the floor, etc.
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
Adam Equipment offers Limited Warranty (Parts and Labour) for the components failed
due to defects in materials or workmanship. Warranty starts from the date of delivery.
During the warranty period, should any repairs be necessary, the purchaser must inform
its supplier or Adam Equipment Company. The company or its authorised Technician
reserves the right to repair or replace the components at any of its workshops
depending on the severity of the problems. However, any freight involved in sending the
faulty units or parts to the service centre should be borne by the purchaser.
The warranty will cease to operate if the equipment is not returned in the original
packaging and with correct documentation for a claim to be processed. All claims are at
the sole discretion of Adam Equipment.
This warranty does not cover equipment where defects or poor performance is due to
misuse, accidental damage, exposure to radioactive or corrosive materials, negligence,
faulty installation, unauthorised modifications or attempted repair or failure to observe
the requirements and recommendations as given in this User Manual.
Repairs carried out under the warranty does not extend the warranty period.
Components removed during the warranty repairs become the company property.
The statutory right of the purchaser is not affected by this warranty. The terms of this
warranty is governed by the UK law. For complete details on Warranty Information, see
the terms and conditions of sale available on our web-site.
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Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity
This product has been manufactured in accordance with the harmonised European standards,
following the provisions of the below stated directives:
Electro Magnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Adam Equipment Co. Ltd.
Bond Avenue, Denbigh East
Milton Keynes, MK1 1SW
United Kingdom
FCC COMPLIANCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. The
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Shielded interconnect cables must be employed with this equipment to insure compliance with the
pertinent RF emission limits governing this device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Adam Equipment could void the user's authority
to operate the equipment.
WEEE COMPLIANCE
Any Electrical or Electronic Equipment (EEE) component or assembly of parts intended to be
incorporated into EEE devices as defined by European Directive 2002/95/EEC must be recycled or
disposed using techniques that do not introduce hazardous substances harmful to our health or the
environment as listed in Directive 2002/95/EC or amending legislation. Battery disposal in Landfill
Sites is more regulated since July 2002 by regulation 9 of the Landfill (England and Wales)
Regulations 2002 and Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005. Battery recycling has become topical and
the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations are set to impose targets for
recycling.
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ADAM EQUIPMENT is an ISO 9001:2000 certified global organisation with more than 30
years experience in the production and sale of electronic weighing equipment. Products are
sold through a world wide distributor network supported from our company locations in the
UK, USA, SOUTH AFRICA and AUSTRALIA.
ADAM’s products are predominantly designed for the Laboratory, Educational, Medical and
Industrial Segments. The product range is as follows:
-Analytical and Precision Laboratory Balances
-Counting Scales for Industrial and Warehouse applications
-Digital Weighing/Check-weighing Scales
-High performance Platform Scales with extensive software
features including parts counting, percent weighing etc.
-Crane scales for heavy-duty industrial weighing
-Digital Electronic Scales for Medical use
-Retail Scales for Price computing
Adam Equipment Co. Ltd.
Bond Avenue
Milton Keynes
MK1 1SW
UK
Adam Equipment Inc.
26, Commerce Drive
Danbury, CT
06810
USA
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7 Megawatt Road,
Spartan EXT 22, Kempton Park,
Johannesburg
Republic of South Africa
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Pty Ltd.
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Canning Vale, Perth
WA 6155, Australia
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© Copyright by Adam Equipment Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this
publication may be reprinted or translated in any form or by any means without the
prior permission of Adam Equipment.
Adam Equipment reserves the right to make changes to the technology, features,
specifications and design of the equipment without notice.
All information contained within this publication is to the best of our knowledge
timely, complete and accurate when issued. However, we are not responsible for
misinterpretations which may result from the reading of this material.
The latest version of this publication can be found on our Website.
Visit us at www.adamequipment.com
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