PMA.Evolution | PMA.HD_EVO1X | LAB1X

PMA.Evolution | PMA.HD_EVO1X | LAB1X
Operating Instructions
PMA.Evolution | PMA.HD
EVO1X | LAB1X
Paint-Mixing Scales for Use in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres of Zone 1
98648-020-50
Contents
Contents
1 About this Document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1Validity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2 Symbols Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.3 User Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.1 General Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.2 Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.3 Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
7 Care and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
7.1Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
7.2Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
8Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
9Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
10Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
3 Device Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.1 Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.2 Rear View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3.3 Ex Link Converter/AC Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.4 Operating and Display Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.5 Menu List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
11Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
11.1General Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
11.2Model-Specific Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
11.3USB Port (PC Connection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
11.3.1Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
11.3.2 Installing the Software Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
4Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.1 Unpacking and Equipment Supplied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.2 Selecting a Setup Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.3 Installing the Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4.4 Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4.4.1 AC Adapter Assembly (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4.4.2 Connecting the Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.5 Anti-theft Locking Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
12Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
5Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
5.1Leveling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
5.2 Warm-up Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
13Conformity & Licenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
13.1EC Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
14Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
14.1Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
14.2Device Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
14.2.1 Model EVO1X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
14.2.2 Model LAB1X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
6Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
6.1 Switching the Device On/Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
6.2 Lock Keyboard/Weight Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
6.3Zeroing/Taring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
6.4Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
6.4.1Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
6.5Weighing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
6.5.1 Weighing with One Decimal Place . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
6.5.2 Weighing with Two Decimal Places . . . . . . . . . . . 24
6.6Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
6.6.1 Calculation by a Factor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
6.6.2 Weighing Using the Recalculation Function . . 26
6.7 Menu Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
6.7.1 Accessing the SETUP Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
6.7.2 Configuring the Main Menu Settings . . . . . . . . .27
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About this Document
1 About this Document
1.1
Validity
These operating instructions apply to color-mixing scale models:
− EVO1X
− LAB1X
1.2
Symbols Used
As a means of instruction and direct warning of hazards, all especially important text
statements to be observed in these installation instructions will be marked as
follows:
This instruction denotes a possible danger with medium risk of death or severe injury
if not avoided.
This symbol denotes a possible danger with moderate or minor risk of injury if not
avoided.
This symbol denotes a danger with low risk of damage to property if not avoided.
This symbol:
− is an indication of a function or setting on the device,
− indicates that caution should be exercised while working,
− identifies useful information.
The following means of representation are also used:
− Texts that follow this symbol are lists.
t Texts that follow this symbol describe activities which are to be performed in the
specified order.
y Texts that follow this symbol describe the result of an action.
1.3
User Information
The illustrations in these instructions are based on the PMA.Evolution (EVO1X) model.
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Safety
2 Safety
2.1
General Safety Instructions
− The scale and the ex-link converter meet the relevant EU Directives and
applicable harmonized standards (see “EC Type Examination Certificate” in the
Appendix).
− Improper use or handling, however, can result in damage and/or injury.
Any improper use or operation of the scale or of the ex-link converter will result
in forfeiture of all claims under the manufacturer's warranty.
− Personnel need to have read and understood these installation instructions,
including the safety instructions.
− If the scale is used in systems and under ambient conditions with higher safety
requirements, you must observe the requirements and provisions applicable in
your country.
− Always keep the equipment and scale freely accessible.
Make sure that the voltage rating printed on the AC adapter is identical to your local
mains voltage.
The IP protection rating of the scale and the ex-link converter YCO14-Z is IP40 as per
EN 60529. The device must be handled carefully according to the IP protection
rating. The environment must be suitably secured.
Ex Zone 1 (Category 2 Equipment)
− In accordance with Directive 94/9/EC, the EVO1X/ LAB1X model is a category 2
device, suitable for use in Zone 1 potentially explosive areas.
EC Type Examination Certificates: FM14ATEX0085X
ID: II 2G Ex ib IIB T4 Gb
− The ex-link converter is only suitable for installation as an electrical apparatus
with the following ID code outside of the potentially explosive area:
II (2)G [Ex ib Gb]IIB
as per EC Type Examination Certificate no. FM14ATEX0084X
If the device is used in Zone 1 potentially explosive areas outside the Federal
Republic of Germany, the relevant national electrical codes and safety regulations
must be observed. Ask your dealer or Sartorius Service Center about the guidelines
that apply in their country.
2.2
Installation Instructions
Do not operate the scale if its housing, the ex-link converter, or the AC adapter
including all connections are damaged.
Immediately disconnect the damaged device from the power.
Do not expose the scale, the ex-link converter, the AC adapter, or the accessories
supplied by Sartorius to extreme temperatures, aggressive chemical vapors, moisture,
shocks, vibrations, or strong electromagnetic fields. Observe the conditions of
operation described in the Specifications.
The casing on all connection cables as well as the casing on the wires inside the
equipment housing is made of PVC. Chemicals that corrode this material must be
kept away from these cables.
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Safety
The operator shall be solely responsible for any modifications to the equipment and
for connecting any cables or equipment not supplied by Sartorius! Information on
operational quality is available upon request from Sartorius.
Only use original Sartorius accessories!
Note the IP protection rating of the scale, the ex-link converter, and its AC adapter!
Do not allow liquid penetration. The protection class specifies the suitability of
equipment for various environmental conditions (moisture, foreign bodies).
Before cleaning the AC adapter, ex-link converter, or the scale:
Disconnect all devices from the power.
The scale and ex-link converter should only be opened by personnel trained by
Sartorius with the power disconnected.
Do not open the AC adapter.
Avoid generating static electricity on the glass panel of the touch screen and plastic
casing. The equipotential bonding conductor of the devices must be connected
properly, according to commonly accepted technical standards.
Only clean the device as stipulated in the cleaning instructions.
Take care that the glass panel of the touch screen is not damaged (e.g. by falling
objects, impact, or extreme pressure).
If the glass panel is damaged, disconnect the device from the power supply
immediately.
The surface of the touch screen should not be touched with pointed, sharp, hard, or
rough objects. You should only use the touch pen provided or your fingertips.
Do not use parts of clothing (e.g. sleeves) or sponges for cleaning because these can
scratch the surface (e.g. due to rivets, buttons in the sleeve, or sand in the sponge).
The device must be protected from unnecessarily extreme temperatures, aggressive
chemical vapors, moisture, shocks, and vibrations. Note the connection data (see EC
Type Examination Certificates for the device and/or the safety instructions, drawing
no. 2023040).
Warnings Concerning Installation and Operation:
The equipment must only be used indoors. Avoid generating static electricity on
glass and plastic parts. Connect the scale and the ex-link converter (YCO14-Z) to
the equipotential bonding conductor using a suitable low-resistance method.
All electrical circuits are grounded and electrically connected to the metal parts of
the device.
− The installation must be checked for correct function and safety by trained and
qualified personnel at appropriate intervals (e.g. checking the cable for damage).
− Operating personnel must be trained to recognize faulty operating states and to
be able to initiate the necessary safety measures (e.g., disconnecting the ex-link
converter from the power supply).
Lay the cables where they pose no risk of causing someone to trip.
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Safety
Danger of Scale Damage!
Never close a paint can using a hammer while it is still on the weighing pan.
When closing, place the paint can on a firm, stable surface.
Observe the additional safety precautions and danger descriptions in subsequent
chapters.
2.3
Intended Use
This scale is only intended for mixing colors and paints. The scale is connected to the
ex-link converter installed outside of the potentially explosive area only using the
supplied link cable. The scale is used in Zone 1 potentially explosive areas.
Appropriate containers must be used for each type of material.
The scale can be operated via the keypad as a stand-alone device or using
application software (e. g. a paint-mixing program from a paint manufacturer)
installed on a connected PC. The PC is connected to the ex-link converter installed
outside of the potentially explosive area via a USB cable.
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Device Overview
3 Device Overview
3.1
Front View
1
2
3
Item Description
8
1
Operating and display elements (see also Chapter 3.4, page 11)
2
Stand
3
Weighing pan
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Device Overview
3.2
Rear View
1
2
3
2
7
6
5
4
Item Description
1
RJ-45 socket for link cable
2
Cable holders
3
Stand
4
Link cable (blue)
5
Ex-link converter
6
Anti-theft locking device
7
Grounding terminal for equipotential bonding
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Device Overview
3.3
Ex Link Converter/AC Adapter
1
2
4
3
Item Description
10
1
Grounding terminal for equipotential bonding
2
USB cable for connecting to PC or notebook
3
AC adapter (optional)
4
USB cable for connecting to AC adapter (optional)
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Device Overview
3.4
Operating and Display Elements
Sharp or pointed instruments (such as ballpoint pens) can damage the device!
− The touch screen should only be operated by lightly pressing it using the tips of
your fingers.
Key
Function
$
Factor key for paint-mixing applications
&
Zeroing / Taring
Z
Toggle key: Toggles the decimal places and/or unit
Depending on the menu setting
j
On / Standby
§
Clear key / Display of correction factor for paint-mixing applications
O
Up
P
Down
!
ENTER key / MEM key paint-mixing applications
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Device Overview
1
2
3
4
5
6
19
7
18
8
17
9
16
12
15
14
13
12 11
10
Item
Function
1
Activated function in the menu list (see Chapter 3.5, page 13)
2
Maximum weighing range
3
Minimum load Min (for verified models only)
4
Verification scale intervals (verified models only)
5
Readability of the scale (scale interval d)
6
Weight unit and stability indicator
7
Communication with the PC
8
Activating the “LOCK” function/function activated
9
Busy symbol indicates that an internal process is in progress
10
Tolerance range has been exceeded
11
Target value for bar graph
12
Tolerance range
13
Bar graph: Scaled display showing capacity usage (in percent)
14
Fourteen segment display
15
Trend display
16
Info on weight entry via application keypad (preset tare)
17
Net value
18
Plus (or minus) sign of the weight
19
Display:
− Level setup level
− Component/factor for paint-mixing applications
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Device Overview
3.5
Menu List
The “o” in the active column indicates the activated function in the respective menu.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Active Level 4
Function
CODE
SETUP
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1.
Scale
1.1
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| - - - AMBIEN.
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|- - - -
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|- - - -
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| - - - FILTER
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|- - - -
|
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|- - - -
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| - - - STAB.RG.
|
|
|- - - -
|
|
|- - - -
|
|
|- - - -
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|- - - -
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| - - - AUTOZ.
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|- - - -
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|- - - -
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| - - - WT.UNIT
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|- - - -
|
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|- - - -
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| - - - DSP.DEC.
|
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|- - - -
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|- - - -
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| - - - CAL.JST.
|
|
|- - - -
|
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|- - - -
|
Setup location
1.1.1
V.STABL.
Very stable ambient conditions
1.1.1.1
STABLE
Stable ambient conditions
1.1.1.2
|- - - -
UNSTAB.
Unstable ambient conditions
1.1.1.3
|- - - -
V.UNSTB.
Very unstable ambient conditions
1.1.1.4
Application filter
1.1.2
FIN.RD.
Final readout
1.1.2.1
FILL.WT.
Filling weight
1.1.2.2
Stability range/stability
1.1.3
1/2-DIG.
1/2 digit/good
1.1.3.2
1-DIG.
1 digit/normal
1.1.3.3
2-DIG.
2 digits/sufficient
1.1.3.4
4-DIG.
4 digits/low
1.1.3.5
Automatic zero/drift correction
1.1.6
ON
On
1.1.6.1
Off
Off
1.1.6.2
Weight units
1.1.7
Grams
Grams
1.1.7.2
PT.P.LB
Parts per pound
1.1.7.14
Accuracy
1.1.8
ALL
Show all decimal places
1.1.8.1
PolyR.
Multi-interval lab
1.1.8.13
Calibration/adjustment
1.1.9
CAL.EXT.
External calibration/adjustment with default weight
1.1.9.1
LOCKED
CAL key/command locked
1.1.9.10
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
APP.PRG.
1.3
|
| - - - UNIT 2
|
|
|- - - -
|
|
|- - - -
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| - - - DEC 2
|
|
|- - - -
|
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|- - - -
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| - - - TOGGLE
|
|- - - -
|
|- - - -
o
o
o
Unit 2
1.3.1
Grams
Grams
1.3.1.2
PT.P.LB
Parts per pound
1.3.1.14
Second unit accuracy
1.3.2
ALL
Show all decimal places
1.3.2.1
PolyR.
Multi-interval lab
1.3.2.13
Toggle key on/off
1.3.3
Off
Toggle key off
1.3.3.1
ON
Toggle key on
1.3.3.2
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Device Overview
Level 1
(SETUP)
Level 2
Level 3
Function
CODE
Recalculation
1.3.4
TOTAL
Gross weight
1.3.4.1
INDIV.
Individual
1.3.4.2
| - - - REC.MOD.
|
|
|- - - -
|
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|- - - -
|
Active Level 4
o
GEN.SRV.
1.9
|
| - - - MEN.RES.
|
|
|- - - -
|
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|- - - -
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|
o
Menu reset
1.9.1
DEFAUL.
Loads default menu
1.9.1.1
no
Stand-by
1.9.1.2
DEVICE
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2.
EXTRAS
2.1
|
| - - - Menu
|
|
|----
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|----
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| - - - KEYS
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|----
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|----
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| - - - BACKLT.
|
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|----
10 PCT.
2.1.4.1
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|----
20 PCT.
2.1.4.2
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|----
30 PCT.
2.1.4.3
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|----
40 PCT.
2.1.4.4
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|----
50 PCT.
2.1.4.5
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|----
60 PCT.
2.1.4.6
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|----
70 PCT.
2.1.4.7
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|- - - -
80 PCT.
2.1.4.8
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|----
90 PCT.
2.1.4.9
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|----
100PCT.
2.1.4.10
|
| - - - BARGR.
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|- - - -
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|- - - -
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| - - - ON.MODE
|
|
|- - - -
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|- - - -
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| - - - LOCK
|
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|- - - -
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|- - - -
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| - - - BAR.MOD
|
|
|----
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|----
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|
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Menu
2.1.1
ENABLE
Menu can be edited
2.1.1.1
RD.ONLY.
Menu read only
2.1.1.2
Key function enabled/locked
2.1.3
ENABLE
Keypad enabled
2.1.3.1
LOCKED
Keypad locked
2.1.3.2
Background light
2.1.4
Bar graph on/off
2.1.5
OFF
Display without bar graph
2.1.5.1
ON
Display with bar graph
2.1.5.2
Switch-on behavior
2.1.6
ON/STB.
On/standby
2.1.6.3
AUTO.ON
Automatic on
2.1.6.4
Lock weight display
2.1.9
Off
Display on
2.1.9.1
ON
Display off
2.1.9.2
Bar graph mode
2.1.10
NORMAL
Normal width
2.1.10.1
WIDE
Extra wide
2.1.10.2
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Device Overview
Level 1
Level 2
DEVICE
INTERF.
Level 3
Active Level 4
Function
CODE
2.2
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| - - - PROT.
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|- - - -
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|- - - -
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| - - - BAUD
|
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|- - - -
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|- - - -
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|- - - -
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Data transfer protocol
2.2.1
SBI
SBI protocol
2.2.1.1
xBPI
XBPI protocol
2.2.1.2
Baud rate
2.2.2
600
600 baud
2.2.2.3
1200
1200 baud
2.2.2.4
2400
2400 baud
2.2.2.5
|- - - -
4800
4800 baud
2.2.2.6
|
|- - - -
9600
9600 baud
2.2.2.7
|
|
|- - - -
19200
19200 baud
2.2.2.8
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|- - - -
38400
38400 baud
2.2.2.9
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|- - - -
57600
57600 baud
2.2.2.10
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| - - - PARITY
Parity bit
2.2.3
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|- - - -
ODD
Odd
2.2.3.3
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|- - - -
EVEN
Even
2.2.3.4
|
|
|- - - -
NONE
No parity check
2.2.3.5
|
| - - - STOPBT.
Number of stop bits
2.2.4
|
|
|- - - -
|
|
|- - - -
|
| - - - HANDSH.
|
|
|- - - -
|
|
|- - - -
|
|
|- - - -
|
| - - - DATABT.
|
|- - - -
|
|- - - -
o
o
o
o
o
o
1 BIT
2.2.4.1
2 BITS
2.2.4.2
Type of handshake
2.2.5
SOFTW.
Software handshake (X-On/X-Off)
2.2.5.1
HARDW.
Hardware handshake (RTS/CTS)
2.2.5.2
NONE
No handshake
2.2.5.3
Number of stop bits
2.2.6
7 BITS
7 data bits
2.2.6.1
8 BITS
8 data bits
2.2.6.2
Communication parameters
3.
SBI communication parameter
3.1
Output
3.1.1
COMMUN.
|----
SBI
|
| - - - MAN.AUT.
|
|
|----
MAN.W/O
Print individual value without stability
3.1.1.1
|
|
|----
MAN.W/
Print individual value after stability
3.1.1.2
|
|
|---- o
AUT.W/O
Print automatically without stability
3.1.1.4
|
|
|----
AUT.W/
Print automatically after stability
3.1.1.5
|
|
|
| - - - CANCEL
Cancel automatic output
3.1.2
|
|
|---- o
OFF
Cancel not possible
3.1.2.1
|
|
|----
ON
Cancel by pressing Print key
3.1.2.2
|
| - - - FORMAT
|
|
|---- o
16 CHR.
3.1.3.1
|
|
|----
22 CHR.
3.1.3.2
3.1.3
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Device Overview
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Active Level 4
Function
INPUT
|---|
CODE
4.
PASSWD.
|---
NEW PW
Password
4.1.
Change/enter password
4.1.1
Information
5.
|
INFO
|----
VER.NO.
Version number (firmware)
5.1
|----
SER.NO.
Serial number
5.2
|----
Model
Model designation
5.3
|----
TYPE
Name/type information
5.4
|----
INTRO
Intro text (if available)
5.5
Language selection
6.
German
6.1
English
6.2
|
LANG.
16
|----
D
|----
UK/US
|----
F
French
6.4
|----
I
Italian
6.5
|----
E
Spanish
6.6
|----
NL
Dutch
6.7
|----
P/BR
Portuguese
6.8
|----
PL
Polish
6.9
|----
TR
Turkish
6.10
|----
PYC
Russian/Cyrillic
6.11
|----
SLO
Slovenian
6.12
|----
SRB
Serbian
6.13
|----
CODES
Number codes
6.25
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4 Installation
4.1
Unpacking and Equipment Supplied
t Open the packaging, making sure to remove all parts carefully.
t After unpacking the device, check it immediately for any external damage.
t If you detect any damage, proceed as directed in Chapter 7 “Care and
Maintenance,” page 31.
t Save the box and all parts of the packaging for any future transport. All cables
should be unplugged when transporting.
The following parts are included in the equipment supplied:
Model
Large weighing pan: d 233 mm
Small weighing pan: d 180 mm
USB cable
Ex-link converter
Potential equalization cable
Link cable from converter to scale
Installation instructions
4.2
PMA.Evolution
x
–
x
x
x
x
x
PMA.HD
–
x
x
x
x
x
x
Selecting a Setup Location
Select the right setup location:
− Set up the device on a stable, even surface that is not exposed to vibrations.
− Maintain free access to the device at all times.
Choose a location that is not subject to the following negative influences:
− Heat (heater or direct sunlight)
− Drafts from open windows, A/C systems, and doors
− Extreme vibrations during weighing
− Heavy “traffic areas” (personnel)
Acclimatization
Condensation from humidity can form on the surfaces of a cold device when it is
brought into a warm area. You should therefore let a device acclimatize for
approximately two hours disconnected from its power source before reconnecting it
to the supply voltage.
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Installation
4.3
Installing the Scale
The scale must be disconnected from the power supply for all assembly work.
Inserting the Weighing Pan
t Place the weighing pan onto the scale from above.
4.4
Power Supply
The scale is connected to the power supply via a PC/notebook or using the optional
AC adapter YPS06-USB (see Chapter 12 “Accessories,” page 37), which is supplied
with mains adapters for use in various countries.
Power supply via the AC adapter is only required:
− When no PC or notebook is available.
− In exceptional cases, when the output power of the USB interface of the PC or
notebook is not sufficient.
The assembly is described in the following.
4.4.1 AC Adapter Assembly (Optional)
Using the wrong mains adapter may cause fatal electric shock and damage the
equipment.
Never plug the mains adapter into the socket when it is disconnected from the AC
adapter (danger of electrical shock).
t Use the right mains adapter for your mains power supply.
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Mains adapter set YAK01
Bag
Region/Country
a) transparent
Europe/EU (except United Kingdom)
b) blue
USA
c) yellow
United Kingdom
Mains adapter set YAK02
d) red
Australia
e) turquoise
South Africa
f) white
Argentina
g) pink
Brazil
Mains adapter set YAK03
h) light brown
China
i) black
India
j) green
Korea
t Push (1) and slide (2) the mains adapter required for your power supply into the
opening of the AC adapter module.
When doing this, the mains adapter needs to lock into position.
Removing/Replacing the Mains Adapter
t Unlock (1) and then remove the mains adapter (2).
Power Connection/Safety Precautions
− Only use original Sartorius AC adapters.
The AC adapter has an IP rating of IP40 in accordance with EN60529 | IEC60529.
− Make sure that the voltage rating printed on this unit matches the voltage at the
place of installation.
− If the stated supply voltage or the plug design of the AC adapter does not comply
with your country's standard, please inform your nearest Sartorius representative.
− The power must be connected in accordance with the regulations applicable in
your country.
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Installation
4.4.2 Connecting the Scale
Connecting the Scale
t Insert the link cable plug into the RJ-45 socket on the back of the display.
Laying the Link Cable
t Lay the link cable (blue) through the cable holders on the back of the scale.
t Connect the link cable to the ex-link converter.
Connecting the Grounding Cable
This explosion-protected system should be set up according to commonly accepted
technical standards. The applicable national electrical code and safety regulations for
your particular country must be observed.
Before commissioning the scale, a check must be carried out by or under the
supervision of a qualified electrician to ensure that the system is in good working
order.
Check whether or not the competent authorities (e.g., industrial supervisory board)
need to be informed. It is also necessary to carry out inspections of the system
during operation.
Inspection intervals should be such that any significant defects that may occur can
be identified in good time. Inspections should be carried out at least once every
three years. The applicable requirements and guidelines should also be observed
during operation.
Establish a low-resistance connection from the scale and the ex-link converter
YCO14-Z to a customer-supplied equipotential bonding conductor connection via
the equipotential bonding conductor connections (PA) on the device using a suitable
grounding cable with a gage of at least 4 mm2.
Installation must be carried out properly by trained personnel and according to
commonly accepted technical standards. The system should only be operated for the
first time when it is certain that the area is not potentially explosive.
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If deviations are evident during startup due to transport damage (e.g. no display, no
backlighting), disconnect the scale from the power supply and contact the Sartorius
Service Center.
Connect the scale to the equipotential bonding conductor using an equipotential
bonding cable with a gage of at least 4 mm².
t Connect the cable lug of the equipotential bonding cable to the grounding
terminal of the scale.
t Connect the equipotential bonding cable to the customer-supplied equipotential
bonding conductor.
Connect the ex-link converter to the equipotential bonding conductor using another
equipotential bonding cable with a gage of at least 4 mm².
t Connect the cable lug of the equipotential bonding cable to the grounding
terminal of the ex-link converter.
t Connect the equipotential bonding cable to the customer-supplied equipotential
bonding conductor.
Connecting a PC/Notebook
t Insert a USB cable (1) into the right-hand socket on the ex-link converter and
connect the cable to a PC or notebook.
1
Connecting an AC Adapter (Optional)
t Insert an additional USB cable (2) into the ex-link converter.
t Insert the USB cable into the YPS06-USB AC adapter.
t Plug the AC adapter into the wall outlet (supply voltage).
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Commissioning
t Insert the USB cable into the YPS06-USB AC adapter.
t Plug the AC adapter into the wall outlet (supply voltage).
4.5
Anti-theft Locking Device
t If required, secure the scale at the back.
5 Commissioning
5.1
Leveling
Leveling the PMA.HD Model
Leveling the scale compensates for slant or unevenness at the place of installation.
The scale must be perfectly horizontal to ensure consistent, reproducible weighing
results.
The scale needs to be re-leveled and then adjusted each time its setup location is
changed.
t Turn the two leveling feet as shown in the illustration until the air bubble is
centered within the circle of the level indicator.
− Air bubble at "12 o'clock": Turn both feet clockwise.
− Air bubble at "3 o'clock": Turn the left foot clockwise and the right foot
counterclockwise.
− Air bubble at "6 o'clock": Turn both feet counterclockwise.
− Air bubble at "9 o'clock": Turn the left foot counterclockwise and the right
foot clockwise.
12*
9*
* Clock
6*
0
5.2
Warm-up Time
To ensure accurate results are delivered, the scale must warm up for at least
30 minutes after initial connection to the power supply. Only after this time will the
scale have reached the required operating temperature.
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6 Operation
6.1
Switching the Device On/Off
Switching On
t Briefly press the j key (On / Standby).
y The automatic self-test runs. This ends when the display shows 0.0 g.
t If another value is displayed: Set the scale to zero via the 0 key.
Switching Off
t Press and hold the j key for several seconds (On / Standby).
y The scale switches to standby mode.
6.2
Lock Keyboard/Weight Display
Locking
t Briefly press the j key (On / Standby) to lock the keypad and turn off the weight
display.
y The padlock symbol H flashes for several seconds.
t Press the padlock symbol H while flashing to activate the lock.
y The keypad/weight display is locked and the padlock symbol lights up continually.
Unlocking
t Press the padlock symbol H to deactivate the lock.
t Enter the password (if set) (see Chapter 6.7.2.6, page 29).
y The lock is deactivated.
6.3
Zeroing/Taring
t Briefly press the 0 key.
6.4
Adjustment
The scale needs to be re-leveled and then adjusted each time its setup location is
changed.
0
Warm-up Time
To ensure accurate results are delivered, the scale must warm up for at least
30 minutes after initial connection to the power supply.
Only after this time will the scale have reached the required operating temperature.
t Wait approx. 30 minutes after connecting the scale to the power supply before
adjusting the scale and weighing.
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6.4.1 Calibration
t
y
t
t
y
t
Press the 0 key for approx. two seconds.
The pre-set calibration weight appears in the display (e.g. 5000 g).
If required, select a different calibration weight via the O / P key.
Confirm the displayed calibration weight via the ! key.
CAL.EXT. appears on the display and the negative calibration weight.
Center the calibration weight on the weighing pan.
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Operation
y The calibration is performed. The calibration is complete when CAL.DON appears
in the display.
t Remove the calibration weight from the weighing pan.
6.5
Weighing
6.5.1 Weighing with One Decimal Place
0.0
484.8
840.2
1218.8
1230.0
t
t
y
t
t
Place the empty paint can on the weighing pan.
Briefly press the 0 key to zero.
The display shows “0.0 g.”
Add the first component “484.8 g.”
Read off the weight when the stability symbol (in this example) “g” is displayed.
t Add the other components until the desired weight (formula) is reached.
t Remove the filled paint can from the weighing pan.
Danger of Scale Damage!
Never close a paint can using a hammer while it is still on the weighing pan.
t When closing the paint can, place it on a firm, stable surface.
6.5.2 Weighing with Two Decimal Places
A menu setting is required for weighing with two decimal places (see Chapter 6.7.2.4
“Activating the Toggle Key,” page 28).
0.0
0.00
205.50
213.50
593.85
1414.2
t
t
y
t
y
Place the empty paint can on the weighing pan.
Briefly press the 0 key to zero.
The display shows “0.0 g."
Press the toggle key Z.
The display shows “0.00 g."
t Add the first component “205.50 g."
t Read off the weight when the stability symbol (in this example) “g” is displayed.
t Add the other components until the desired weight (formula) is reached.
t Remove the filled paint can from the weighing pan.
When the scale is tared and the second decimal place with a resolution of 0.05 g is
activated via the toggle key Z, then weighing up to 999.95 g with two decimal
places can be performed.
Values over 999.95 g can only be weighed using one decimal place.
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Danger of Scale Damage!
Never close a paint can using a hammer while it is still on the weighing pan.
t When closing the paint can, place it on a firm, stable surface.
6.6
Applications
6.6.1 Calculation by a Factor
This function enables you to weigh in amounts that are smaller or larger than that of
your basic formula for a specific paint color (e.g. 250 ml of a 1 l formula).
The factors (amounts) can be set via the factor key $ and O / P in a range of 0.1
to 6.0.
The following factors can be set directly via the factor key $:
0.25 0.5 0.75 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0.
Using the keys O (up) and P (down), the factor can be changed:
− in the range 0.10 to 1.0 in increments of 0.01
− in the range 1.0 to 6.0 in increments of 0.1
.
Factor Calculation Example
As you add the components of your formula, the weight is displayed in “g."
Let's suppose you want to weigh 250 ml for a basic formula that has a total of 1 l,
and you don't want to have to manually recalculate the individual components of
the formula.
The basic formula for 1 liter:
+
+
Total:
.25
.25
.25
.25
0.0
250.0
500.0
1000.0
250 g Component 1
250 g Component 2
500 g Component 3
1000 g
t Place the empty container on the weighing pan.
t Briefly press the 0 key to tare.
t Press the factor key $ several times until the factor “.25” is displayed below the
factor key.
t Slowly add the first component “250 g” until the display shows “250 g.”
t Add the second color component “250 g” until the display shows “500 g.”
t Add the third component “500 g” until the display shows “1000 g.”
This concludes the recalculation example. According to the display, exactly 1000 g
was poured in, but the paint can actually contains 250 g by weight in accordance
with the factor you selected.
The procedure is the same for any other conversion factor.
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Operation
6.6.2 Weighing Using the Recalculation Function
Let's suppose that you poured in too much of one color component for a given
formula (in this example, a four-component recipe).
This example further assumes that you previously poured in all of the other amounts
exactly according to each of the values you entered and saved them by pressing the
MEM key !.
t
y
t
t
y
Press the P key to start the recalculation program.
“C” flashes on the display.
Correct the value using the O / P key to match the specified formula value.
Press the MEM key !.
The scale calculates the amount to be added for each of the components that
were already poured. The display shows the amounts required to correct the
formula up to the point at which the overpour occurred.
t After the correction has been completed, you can continue filling the remaining
components.
You can correct overpours as often as needed, as long as the total weight of the
formula does not exceed the scale's maximum weight.
Keep in mind that the total quantity of paint (liter) at the conclusion of filling
increases each time you correct a component. Press the § key to display the
correction factor of the fill quantity: “C” = correction factor.
02
118.0
0.0
50.0
STO 01
110.0
STO 02
03
203.0
C
200.0
C1
C1
COR 01
1.7
0.0
COR 02
C2
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2.0
Recalculation Example (Gross Weight)
t Place the empty container on the weighing pan.
y The scale shows the weight of the empty paint can.
t Briefly press the 0 key to tare.
t Slowly add the first component (50 g) of the formula until the display shows
“50 g.”
t Briefly press the ! key to save the value.
y “STO 01” appears on the display, the first value is saved.
y “02” appears in the top left of the display (second color component).
t Add the second color component (60 g) until the display shows “110 g.”
t Briefly press the ! key to save the value.
y “STO 02” appears on the display, the second value is saved.
y “03” appears in the top left of the display (third color component).
t Add the third color component (90 g) until the display shows “200 g.”
Oops! You poured in too much (203 g). The correct value for the formula is
200.0 g.
t Press the P key.
y The recalculation is started. “C” flashes in the top left of the display.
t Press the P key until the correct weight value “200 g” is displayed.
t Briefly press the ! key to confirm the corrected value.
y “C0R 01” flashes briefly on the display (correction of the first color component).
y “C1” appears in the top left and the weight value to be corrected “- 1.7 g.”
t Add 1.7 g of the first color component until the display shows “0.0 g” or the bar
graph stops below the green arrow.
t Confirm the correction for the first color component by pressing the ! key.
y “C0R 02” flashes briefly on the display (correction of the second color
component).
y “C2” appears in the top left and the weight value to be corrected "- 2.0 g."
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C2
04
04
0.0
STO 02
1000.0
C 1.03
1000.0
t Add 2.0 g of the second color component until the display shows “0.0 g” or the
bar graph stops below the green arrow.
y “STO 02” appears on the display, the second (corrected) value is saved.
y You are returned to the formulation program automatically.
y “04” appears in the top left of the display (fourth color component).
t Press the § key to check the amount of the total weight.
y The correction factor “C 1.03” appears on the display for several seconds.
Total weight = weight of specified formula x correction factor.
y “04” appears again in the top left of the display after the correction factor is
displayed (fourth color component).
t Add additional color components of the formula as described above.
This concludes the recalculation example.
6.7
Menu Settings
6.7.1 Accessing the SETUP Menu
Accessing the SETUP menu and settings is described in the following using “Adapting
the scale to ambient conditions” as an example (SETUP -> SCALE -> AMBIEN.):
t Press the ! key for approx. two seconds.
y Level 1 of the SETUP menu is displayed.
t Select the SETUP menu item of the first level using the O / P keys.
t Press the ! key.
y Level 2 of the SETUP menu is displayed.
t Select the SCALE menu item of the second level using the O / P keys.
t Press the ! key.
y Level 3 of the SETUP menu is displayed.
t Select the AMBIEN. menu item of the third level using the O / P keys.
t Press the ! key.
y Level 4 of the SETUP menu is displayed.
t Select the desired setting using the O / P keys.
t Press the ! key.
y The setting is applied, “o” appears on the display.
(This concludes the example.)
t Press the § key several times to exit the menu.
A detailed list of possible settings can be found in Chapter 3.5 “Menu List,”
page 13.
6.7.2 Configuring the Main Menu Settings
6.7.2.1 Accessing the Setup Menu
t Press and hold the ! key approx. 2 sec.
y SETUP (level 1) appears on the display.
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6.7.2.2 Language Setting
Level 1
Level 2
LANG.
t Press O, select LANG.
t Press !.
D
o German
t Press O / P, select language.
UK/US
English
t Press !, “o” appears.
F
French
y The desired setting is applied.
I
Italian
t Press § several times to exit the menu.
etc.
6.7.2.3 Standard Default Settings (0.1g)/Polyrange (0.05g/0.1g) and Grams/PT./PD.
The default settings which are active when the scale is switched on can be found under “SETUP > SCALE > UNIT” and “SETUPSCALE - DECIMALS”:
t Access the Setup menu (see Chapter 6.7.2.1, page 27).
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
SETUP
t Press !.
| - - - Scale
t Press !.
| - - - WT.UNIT
Units
|
|- - - o Grams
|
|- - -
| - - - DSP.DEC.
t Press !.
PT.P.LB
t Press O / P, e. g. select ALL.
Accuracy
t Press !, “o” appears.
|- - - o ALL
|- - -
t Press O / P, e. g. select DECIMALS.
PolyR.
y The new code is set.
t Press § several times to exit the menu.
6.7.2.4 Activating the Toggle Key
When the toggle key Z is active, you can use it to toggle the unit between, e.g. grams, PT.P.LB., or the decimal point. The unit
and/or decimal place is toggled when the key is pressed.
t Access the Setup menu (see Chapter 6.7.2.1, page 27).
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
SETUP
t Press !.
| - - - APP.PRG.
t Press O / P, e. g. select APP.PRG.
| - - - TOGGLE.
t Press !.
|- - - o ON
|- - -
Off
t Press O / P, e. g. select ON.
t Press !, “o” appears.
y Toggle key Z is activated.
t Press § several times to exit the menu.
Configuring the Toggle Key Z Function
Pressing the toggle key Z toggles the scale between the default settings (see page Chapter 6.7.2.3, page 28) and settings
defined in “SETUP - APPLICATION - UNIT” and “SETUP - APPLICATION - DECIMALS."
t Access the Setup menu (see Chapter 6.7.2.1, page 27).
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
SETUP
t Press !.
| - - - APP.PRG.
t Press O / P, select APP.PRG.
| - - - UNIT 2
t Press !, press O / P, select UNIT 2.
|
|- - - o Grams
|
|- - -
PT.P.LB
| - - - DEC 2
|- - -
t Press !, press O / P, select setting (e.g. GRAMS).
t Press !, “o” appears indicating the desired setting is applied.
t Press §.
ALL
|- - - o PolyR.
t Press O / P, select DEC 2.
t Press !, press O / P, select setting.
t Press !, “o” appears indicating the desired setting is applied.
t Press § several times to exit the menu.
6.7.2.5 Activating the “LOCK” Function
The “LOCK” function protects the scale from unauthorized use. When this function is active, the scale readout shows weight values
only when there is active communication between the scale and a PC. If communication is interrupted, the readout goes blank
and the display shows a padlock symbol. Activation of the LOCK function is configured under “EXTRAS."
t Access the Setup menu (see Chapter 6.7.2.1, page 27).
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
device
t Press O / P, select DEVICE, press !.
| - - - EXTRAS
t Press O / P, select EXTRAS, press !.
| - - - LOCK
t Press O / P, select LOCK, press !.
|- - - o ON
|- - -
Off
t Press O / P, e. g. select ON.
t Press !, “o” appears.
y The “LOCK " function
is activated.
t Press § several times to exit the menu.
6.7.2.6 Password Request
In addition to the “LOCK” function, you can also configure password protection for additional security.
With this feature, the “LOCK” function can only be deactivated “OFF” by entering the password you configure.
Entering the Password
When the password is requested, the numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 appear on the display.
You can switch to the numbers 7 8 9 0 and back again via the O / P keys.
t Enter the password by entering the individual numbers on the display.
y When you enter the correct password, the “LOCK” function will be disabled.
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Operation
Changing Passwords
The password is numeric and can have up to six digits. Entering six spaces deletes the password, which deactivates the password
function. This restores the device to its original setting (scale is not password-protected).
t Access the Setup menu (see Chapter 6.7.2.1, page 27).
Level 1 Level 2
Level 3
INPUT
t Press O / P, select INPUT, press !.
| - - - PASSWD.
t Press O / P, select PASSWD., press !.
| - - - OLD PW
|--|--|--|--|--|---
y
y
y
t
When an old password is active, OLD PW appears briefly so that you can enter the old password.
This appears “_ _ _ _ _ _ ."
The first line flashes.
Make the following inputs:
− O / P keys: Selects numbers 0 to 9.
− §: Goes back to the previous number.
− !: Confirms entry or goes to the next number.
t Repeat to enter the remaining numbers.
y If you make an incorrect entry, NOT OK appears. Press ! and reenter the old password.
|--NEW PW
y When you make a correct entry, NEW PW appears briefly so that you can enter the new
password.
y This appears “_ _ _ _ _ _ ."
y The first line flashes.
t Make the following inputs:
− O / P keys: Selects numbers 0 to 9.
− §: Goes back to the previous number.
− You can enter spaces to delete the number/password.
− !: Confirms entry or goes to the next number.
t Repeat to enter the remaining numbers.
y The password has been changed.
t Press § several times to exit the menu.
6.7.2.7 Resetting the Scale: “RESET”
If required, you can restore the scale to its factory settings.
Note:
If you have activated the password function, this feature is password-protected.
t Access the Setup menu (see Chapter 6.7.2.1, page 27).
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
SETUP
t Press O / P, select SETUP, press !.
| - - - GEN.SRV.
t Press O / P, select GEN.SRV., press !.
| - - - MEN.RES.
|- - -
t Press O / P, select MEN.RES., press !.
DEFAUL.
|- - - o NO
t Press O / P, select DEFAUL.
t Press !, “o” appears.
y The factory settings are loaded.
t Press § several times to exit the menu.
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Care and Maintenance
7 Care and Maintenance
7.1
Cleaning
Electrical Hazard from Voltage or Current!
Disconnect the AC adapter (if connected) from the mains. Unplug any connected
data cables from the ex-link converter. Never open the scale, the AC adapter or the
ex-link converter. The parts contained in these cannot be cleaned, repaired, or
replaced by the operator.
− Make sure that no liquid or dust gets into the scale, the AC adapter or the ex-link
converter.
− Only use soft brushes and cloths for cleaning.
− Never use cleaning agents that contain solvents or abrasive ingredients
(e.g. scouring cream, steel wool), which can ultimately damage the equipment.
Do not clean the following parts with acetone or aggressive cleaning agents:
Mains socket, data interface, labels, and all other plastic parts.
Cleaning the Control Panel
t Turn off the device before cleaning the control panel since touching the screen
could trigger unwanted inputs.
Cleaning the Scale Housing
t Clean the device.
t Use a soft cloth to dry the device.
7.2
Maintenance
Electrical Hazard from Voltage or Current!
Repair work on the (optional) AC adapter must only be carried out by trained service
technicians. Contact Sartorius Service for proper repairs (see Chapter 13.1,
page 37).
To ensure the continued accuracy of your scale, we recommend scheduling regular
servicing at least once a year.
The Sartorius Service Center offers different service contracts with maintenance
intervals that are tailored to your needs.
A calibration certificate should always be issued as part of every maintenance
session.
Safety inspections of the AC adapter and its connections must be performed at
appropriate intervals by a qualified electrician (e.g. every two years).
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Faults
8 Faults
Problem
Cause
Remedy
No segments appear on
the weight display
− No AC power is available − Check power supply
The weight readout
shows “LOW”
− No weighing pan on the − Position the weighing
scale
pan
The weight readout
shows “HIGH”
− Weighing capacity
exceeded
− Unload the scale
The weight readout
changes constantly
− Unstable ambient
conditions
− Excessive vibration or
draft
− Weighing pan is being
affected at some point
by outside influences
− Set up scale in another
area
− Adjust the scale
settings (see
Chapter 3.5 “Menu
List,” page 13)
The weight readout is
obviously incorrect
− The sample is not stable
− Scale not tared before
weighing
− Tare before weighing
No weight value is shown − PC connection to the
− Access the menu to
and the padlock symbol
scale has been intermake the necessary
H is displayed
rupted activating the
adjustment and switch
off the “LOCK”
“LOCK” function
function
− Manual “LOCK” function
− Check the connection
is active
− Switch off the manual
“LOCK” function
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Storage
9 Storage
If the device is not set up immediately after delivery, or will not be used temporarily,
the ambient conditions listed in Chapter 11 “Technical Specifications,” page 34
must be observed for storage.
Only store the device in dry buildings and do not leave the device outdoors.
In case of improper storage, no liability will be assumed for resulting damage.
10 Disposal
Packaging
The packaging is made from environmentally-friendly materials that can be used as
secondary raw materials. The packaging is to be taken to a local waste disposal site if
no longer required.
Device
The equipment, including accessories and empty non-rechargeable and rechargeable
batteries, does not belong in your regular household waste; this equipment is
manufactured from high-grade materials which can be recycled and reused.
European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
requires that electrical and electronic equipment be collected and disposed of
separately from other unsorted municipal waste, with the aim of recycling it. The
crossed-out waste bin symbol indicates that separate collection is required.
In Germany and several other countries, Sartorius itself assumes responsibility for the
return and legally compliant disposal of its electronic and electrical products. These
products may not be placed with household waste or brought to collection centers
run by local public disposal operations – not even by small commercial operators.
Please contact the Sartorius Service Center.
In countries that are not members of the European Economic Area (EEA) or where no
Sartorius subsidiaries or dealerships are located, please contact your local authorities
or a commercial disposal operator.
Prior to disposal and/or scrapping of the equipment, any batteries should be removed
and disposed of at local collection points.
Sartorius will not take back equipment contaminated with hazardous materials (ABC
contamination) – either for repair or disposal.
Addresses for Disposal
Detailed information with service addresses for the disposal of your device can be
found on our website (www.sartorius.com).
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Technical Specifications
11 Technical Specifications
11.1 General Data
Specification
Unit
Value
Scale
ID code (explosion protection)
II 2G Ex ib IIB T4 Gb as per EC Type Examination Certificate no. FM14ATEX0085X
Power Supply
Only via USB interface or Sartorius AC adapter YPS06-USB
Input supply voltage
VDC
+4.5 to 5.0
Power consumption
W
2.0 (typically)
Other data
IP40 in accordance with EN 60529/IEC 60529
Ambient Conditions
The specifications apply under the following ambient conditions:
Environment
For indoor use only
Operational capability
°C
Guaranteed between +5 and +40
Storage and shipping
°C
-10 to +60
Relative humidity
%
15 to 80 for temperatures up to 30 °C non-condensing,
decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40 °C
Ex-Link Converter Interface Connection
USB, type B
Electromagnetic Compatibility
In accordance with EN 61326-1/IEC61326-1 Electrical equipment for
measurement, control and laboratory use – EMC requirements – Part 1:
General requirements
Interference resistance
Basic requirements
Transient emissions
Class B
Suitable for use in residential areas and areas that are connected to a low
voltage network that also supplies residential buildings
Available Application Programs
Recalculation, factor calculation, formula
AC Adapter YPS06-USB
USB power plug (5 V/900 mA)
Type FW7712 (manufacturer's certificate)
Primary
100–240 V~, -10%/+10%, 50–60 Hz, 0.125 A
Secondary
5 VDC, ±5%, 900 mA (max.)
Other data
Protection class II
IP40 in accordance with EN 60529/IEC 60529
Ex-Link Converter YCO14-Z
ID code (explosion protection)
II (2)G [Ex ib Gb]IIB as per EC Type Examination Certificate no.
FM14ATEX0084X
Other data
IP40 in accordance with EN 60529/IEC 60529
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Technical Specifications
11.2 Model-Specific Data
Specification
Model
Unit
Value
PMA.Evolution
Value
PMA.HD
EVO1X
LAB1X
Weighing capacity
g
7500/999.95
2200
Readability
g
0.1/0.05
0.01
Tare range (subtractive)
g
-7500
-2200
External adjustment weight /
accuracy class
kg
1, 2, 5 /
F2 or better
1, 2 /
F1 or better
Size of weighing pan
d mm
233
180
Net weight
kg
2.4
2.3
11.3 USB Port (PC Connection)
11.3.1 Purpose
This device can be connected to a PC via the USB interface.
A virtual serial interface (virtual COM port) is set up on the PC as a device type via
the USB port. This virtual serial interface is identified and operated by the
application program.
The xBPI and SBI protocols can be transmitted via the virtual serial interface.
11.3.2 Installing the Software Driver
11.3.2.1 Installing the Software Driver (Windows Update)
t Connect the scale to the USB port of the computer (see Chapter 4.3 “Installing
the Scale,” page 18).
y Windows will detect the scale connected to the USB port as a device.
If the device is being connected for the first time, the Windows Installation
Wizard will run automatically.
t Follow the instructions that appear.
t To complete the installation, click on Finish.
y The virtual interface is now ready for operation.
11.3.2.2 Installing the Software Driver (via CD)
t Ensure that the scale is not connected to the PC.
t Insert the supplied CD into the PC.
t If the Installation Wizard does not start automatically after you insert the CD,
then manually start driver installation via Setup.bat located on the CD.
t Follow the instructions that appear.
t To complete the installation, click on Finish.
y The virtual interface is now ready for operation.
t Connect the scale to the USB port of the computer (see Chapter 4.3 “Installing
the Scale,” page 18).
Windows® usually adds the virtual port in the position following your highestnumbered COM port.
Example:
For a PC with up to four COM ports, the new virtual port would then be COM5
(see Device Manager).
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Technical Specifications
11.3.2.3 Installation Instructions for Windows XP® and Above
Changing the Port Number
If you use the USB interface with programs that limit the number of COM port
designations (e.g., only COM1, 2, 3, 4), you may have to assign one of these port
numbers to the new virtual port.
t Open the setting for the USB serial port in the Windows® Control Panel:
− START > My Computer > Control Panel
− System > Hardware > Device Manager
t Open the Connections submenu.
t Double-click on USB Serial Port.
t Select Port Settings > Advanced.
Use the “COM Port Number” button to change the port number.
Uninstalling the Driver
You can uninstall the software driver for the USB port via the Device Manager (only
if the scale is connected):
t Use the right mouse button to click on the respective port.
t Then select “uninstall” from the context menu that appears.
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Accessories
12 Accessories
Accessories
Order Number
AC adapter (5 V/900 mA)
YPS06-USB
USB connection cable
YCC01-0040M5
Mains adapter set YPS06-USB
− USA and Japan
− Europe/EU
− United Kingdom
YAK01
Mains adapter set YPS06-USB
− Australia
− South Africa
− Argentina
− Brazil
YAK02
Mains adapter set YPS06-USB
− India
− Korea
− China
YAK03
Ex-link converter
YCO14-Z
Link cable
from converter to scale, 10 m
YCC01-0052M10
from converter to scale, 20 m
YCC01-0052M20
from converter to scale, 30 m
YCC01-0052M30
Equipotential bonding cable, 2 m
YCC01-X046M2
In-use dust cover
for control panel, pack of 10
YDC03PMA10
for support arm, PMA.Evolution, pack of 10
YDC03PMA-CO10
for weighing pan, PMA.Evolution, pack of 10
YDC03PMA-WP10
Calibration weights
for PMA.Evolution:
− 5 kg, accuracy class F2
YCW654-AC-00
− 2 kg, accuracy class F2
YCW624-AC-00
− 1 kg, accuracy class F2
YCW614-AC-00
for PMA.HD:
− 2 kg, accuracy class F1
YCW623-AC-00
− 1 kg, accuracy class F1
YCW613-AC-00
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13.1 EC Declaration of Conformity
The attached EC declaration of conformity confirms the compliance of the paintmixing scale, models/series EVO1X and LAB1X, with the directives cited.
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Hazardous Area
Zone 1, Group IIB, T4
Non-Hazardous Area
SARTORIUS
Sartorius Cable Type
Model
EVO1X.....-.....
or
Conformity & Licenses
YCC01-0052Mxx
6)
SARTORIUS
Model
YCO14-Z
3)
3)
LAB1X.....-.....
2) USB
2) Power supply
(optional); e.g.
Sartorius Model
YPS06-USB
Ambient temperature range: 0°C .... +40°C
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
Install the equipment in compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, ordinances and standards. For
ATEX: In particular, be sure to conform to the European Standards EN 60079-14 (Explosive atmospheres – Part
14: Electrical installations design, selection and erection). Be sure to follow the installation, operating,
maintenance and servicing instructions given in the manuals supplied.
No connection to any device that uses or generates in excess of 250Vrms or 250Vdc.
All metal parts must be electrically connected to the terminal for the equipotential bonding conductor (PA).
The equipment operator is obligated to connect a lead with a gauge of at least 4 mm² (cross section) to the PA
terminal located on the housing of the Ex-Link converter and scale. The low resistance of this connection to
the PA bus bar must be checked when the system is installed at the intended place of use. The shielding of the
connecting cables may only be used for grounding when no impermissible difference in voltage is generated
and, if necessary, the shielding is able to conduct the equipotential current.
Exposure to UV radiation is not allowed!
The connecting cable of the display unit must be prevented against damage and stress caused by strain.
Only the Sartorius cable type YCC01-0052Mxx (XX = 10 for 10m, 20 for 20m; 30 for 30m) may be used.
Maximum cable length: 100ft (30.5m). The data cable connected to the scale (weighing unit) is considered as
intrinsically safe circuit. Check the correct function of the data transfer before you use the equipment in a
hazardous location. The equipment operator is responsible for any non-Sartorius cables used.
Prior to opening the equipment, disconnect the power supply or make sure that there is no potentially
explosive atmosphere or any other explosion hazard in the surrounding area!
If the equipment does not operate properly, unplug it immediately from line power (mains supply)!
The equipment shall be installed in such a way that it is protected against the entry of solid foreign objects or
water capable of impairing the safety of the apparatus. Reduce the risk of mechanical damage to a minimum.
Avoid generating static electricity. Use only a damp cloth to wipe down the equipment. The equipment
operator shall be responsible for preventing any risks caused by static electricity.
Keep chemicals and other agents, which can corrode the housing seals and cable sheaths, away from the
equipment. These agents include oil, grease, benzene, acetone and ozone. If you are not sure about the safety
of a certain substance, please contact the manufacturer.
Use equipment only in the temperature ranges indicated. Avoid exposing the equipment to heat.
At reasonable intervals, have your equipment installation checked for proper functioning and safety by a
trained and certified technician.
WARNING: SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR INTRINSIC SAFETY. If your equipment needs to be
repaired, use only original spare parts supplied by the manufacturer!
Any tampering with the equipment by anyone, other than repair work done by authorized Sartorius service
technicians, will result in the loss of EX conformity and in the forfeiture of all claims under the manufacturer's
warranty. Only authorized specialists may open the equipment.
Modifications, including those to be carried out by Sartorius employees, may be permitted only after the
express written authorization has been obtained from Sartorius.
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Hazardous Location
Class I, Division 1, Groups C,D, T4
Class I, Zone 1, Group IIB, T4
SARTORIUS
Sartorius Cable Type
Model
EVO1X.....-.....
or
YCC01-0052Mxx
3)
LAB1X.....-.....
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
Non-Hazardous Location
6)
SARTORIUS
Model
YCO14-Z
3)
2) USB
2) Power supply
(optional); e.g.
Sartorius Model
YPS06-USB
USA: The installation must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code®, NFPA 70, Article 504 or 505 and
ANSI / ISA-RP 12.6.
Canada: The installation must be in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code®, Section 18.
No connection to any device that uses or generates in excess of 250Vrms or 250Vdc.
USA: The apparatus must be connected to a suitable ground electrode per National Electrical Code®, NFPA 70,
Article 504 or 505. The resistance of the ground pad must be less than 1 ohm.
Canada: The apparatus must be connected to a suitable ground electrode per Canadian Electrical Code®, Section
18. The resistance of the ground pad must be less than 1 ohm.
range: 0°C .... +40°C (+32°F .... + 104°F)
WARNING: SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR INTRINSIC SAFETY.
If your equipment needs to be repaired, use only original spare parts supplied by the manufacturer!
Only the Sartorius cable type YCC01-0052Mxx (XX = 10 for 10m, 20 for 20m; 30 for 30m) may be used. Maximum
cable length: 100ft (30.5m). The equipment operator is responsible for any non-Sartorius cables used.
Be sure to follow the installation, operating, maintenance and servicing instructions given in the manuals
supplied.
The equipment shall be installed in such a way that it is protected against the entry of solid foreign objects or
water capable of impairing the safety of the apparatus. Reduce the risk of mechanical damage to a minimum.
Exposure to UV radiation is not allowed!
The connecting cable of the display unit must be prevented against damage and stress caused by strain.
Prior to opening the equipment, disconnect the power supply or make sure that there is no potentially explosive
atmosphere or any other explosion hazard in the surrounding area!
The data cable connected to the scale (weighing unit) is considered as intrinsically safe circuit. Check the correct
function of the data transfer before you use the equipment in a hazardous location.
If the equipment does not operate properly, unplug it immediately from line power (mains supply)!
Avoid generating static electricity. Use only a damp cloth to wipe down the equipment. The equipment operator
shall be responsible for preventing any risks caused by static electricity.
Keep chemicals and other agents, which can corrode the housing seals and cable sheaths, away from the
equipment. These agents include oil, grease, benzene, acetone and ozone. If you are not sure about the safety of a
certain substance, please contact the manufacturer.
Use equipment only in the temperature ranges indicated. Avoid exposing the equipment to heat.
At reasonable intervals, have your equipment installation checked for proper functioning and safety by a trained
and certified technician.
Any tampering with the equipment by anyone, other than repair work done by authorized Sartorius service
technicians, will result in the loss of EX conformity and in the forfeiture of all claims under the manufacturer's
warranty. Only authorized specialists may open the equipment.
Modifications, including those to be carried out by Sartorius employees, may be permitted only after the express
written authorization has been obtained from Sartorius.
2014-08-08
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1
2
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EC-TYPE EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE
Equipment or Protective systems intended for use in Potentially
Explosive Atmospheres - Directive 94/9/EC
3
EC-Type Examination Certificate No:
FM14ATEX0085X
4
Equipment or protective system:
(Type Reference and Name)
PMA.Evolution EVO1Xab-c and LAB1Xab-c.
5
Name of Applicant:
Sartorius Lab Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
6
Address of Applicant:
Weender Landstrasse 94-108
Gottingen 37075
Germany
7
This equipment or protective system and any acceptable variation thereto is specified in the schedule to this
certificate and documents therein referred to.
8
FM Approvals Ltd, notified body number 1725 in accordance with Article 9 of Directive 94/9/EC of 23 March
1994, certifies that this equipment has been found to comply with the Essential Health and Safety Requirements
relating to the design and construction of equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres given
in Annex II to the Directive.
The examination and test results are recorded in confidential report number:
3049987 dated 27th April 2015
9
Compliance with the Essential Health and Safety Requirements, with the exception of those identified in item 15
of the schedule to this certificate, has been assessed by compliance with the following documents:
EN 60079-0:2012 and EN 60079-11:2012
10
If the sign ‘X’ is placed after the certificate number, it indicates that the equipment is subject to specific
conditions of use specified in the schedule to this certificate.
11
This EC-Type Examination certificate relates only to the design, examination and tests of the specified
equipment or protective system in accordance to the directive 94/9/EC. Further requirements of the Directive
apply to the manufacturing process and supply of this equipment or protective system. These are not covered by
this certificate.
12
The marking of the equipment or protective system shall include:
II 2 G Ex ib IIB T4 Gb Ta = 0°C to 40°C
Digitally signed by Mick Gower
DN: cn=Mick Gower, o=FM Approvals, ou,
email=mick.gower@fmapprovals.com,
c=GB
Date: 2015.04.30 10:55:25 +01'00'
Mick Gower
Certification Manager, FM Approvals Ltd.
Issue date: 30th April 2015
THIS CERTIFICATE MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN ITS ENTIRETY AND WITHOUT CHANGE
FM Approvals Ltd. 1 Windsor Dials, Windsor, Berkshire, UK. SL4 1RS
T: +44 (0) 1753 750 000 F: +44 (0) 1753 868 700 E-mail: atex@fmapprovals.com www.fmapprovals.com
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Description of Equipment or Protective System:
The PMA.Evolution EVO1Xab-c and LAB1Xab-c are designed for the measurement of weight in the
hazardous location. The PMA.Evolution contains the processing circuitry and has a touch enable LCD
display with backlight facility. Power and data to the non-hazardous location are provided via the
YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter (FM14ATEX0084X). All signal outputs to the Ex-Link Converter are in
RS232 communications. The PMA.Evolution is housed within non-metallic enclosure. A dedicated
potential equalization connection is provided on both the PMA.Evolution and the YCO14-Z Ex-Link
Converter. Power and data connections between the YCO14-Z and the PMA.Evolution are made via a
multi-conductor CAT6 cable.
The PMA.Evolution is available in two versions EVO1X and the LAB1X.
PMA.Evolution EVO1Xab-c
a = Up to three letters and/or numbers or blank (not critical to safety)
b = Up to two letters and/or numbers or blank (not critical to safety)
c = Up to five letters and/or numbers or blank (not critical to safety)
PMA.Evolution LAB1Xab-c
a = Up to three letters and/or numbers or blank (not critical to safety)
b = Up to two letters and/or numbers or blank (not critical to safety)
c = Up to five letters and/or numbers or blank (not critical to safety)
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Specific Conditions of Use:
1. The PMA.Evolution shall only be used with the YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter (FM14ATEX0084X).
2. The protective ground connectors on the PMA.Evolution and the YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter shall be
connected together using a potential equalisation conductor with a cross-sectional area of at least 4
mm2.
3. The CAT6 cable used between the PMA.Evolution and the YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter shall be obtained
from Sartorius.
4. The enclosure of the PMA.Evolution is non-conducting and may generate an ignition-capable level of
electrostatic charges under certain extreme conditions. The user shall ensure that the equipment is not
installed in a location where it may be subjected to external conditions that might cause a build-up of
electrostatic charges on non-conducting surfaces, additionally; cleaning of the equipment should be
done only with a damp cloth
15
Essential Health and Safety Requirements:
The relevant EHSRs that have not been addressed by the standards listed in this certificate have been identified
and assessed in the confidential report identified in item 8.
16
Test and Assessment Procedure and Conditions:
This EC-Type Examination Certificate is the result of testing of a sample of the product submitted, in
accordance with the provisions of the relevant specific standard(s), and assessment of supporting
documentation. It does not imply an assessment of the whole production.
Whilst this certificate may be used in support of a manufacturer’s claim for CE Marking, FM Approvals Ltd
accepts no responsibility for the compliance of the equipment against all applicable Directives in all
applications.
This Certificate has been issued in accordance with FM Approvals Ltd’s ATEX Certification Scheme.
THIS CERTIFICATE MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN ITS ENTIRETY AND WITHOUT CHANGE
FM Approvals Ltd. 1 Windsor Dials, Windsor, Berkshire, UK. SL4 1RS
T: +44 (0) 1753 750 000 F: +44 (0) 1753 868 700 E-mail: atex@fmapprovals.com www.fmapprovals.com
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Schedule Drawings
A list of the significant parts of the technical documentation is annexed to this certificate and a copy has
been kept by the Notified Body.
18
Certificate History
Details of the supplements to this certificate are described below:
Date
Description
30th April 2015
Original Issue.
THIS CERTIFICATE MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN ITS ENTIRETY AND WITHOUT CHANGE
FM Approvals Ltd. 1 Windsor Dials, Windsor, Berkshire, UK. SL4 1RS
T: +44 (0) 1753 750 000 F: +44 (0) 1753 868 700 E-mail: atex@fmapprovals.com www.fmapprovals.com
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EC-TYPE EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE
1
2
Equipment or Protective systems intended for use in Potentially
Explosive Atmospheres - Directive 94/9/EC
3
EC-Type Examination Certificate No:
FM14ATEX0084X
4
Equipment or protective system:
(Type Reference and Name)
YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter
5
Name of Applicant:
Sartorius Lab Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
6
Address of Applicant:
Weender Landstrasse 94-108
Gottingen 37075
Germany
7
This equipment or protective system and any acceptable variation thereto is specified in the schedule to this
certificate and documents therein referred to.
8
FM Approvals Ltd, notified body number 1725 in accordance with Article 9 of Directive 94/9/EC of 23 March
1994, certifies that this equipment has been found to comply with the Essential Health and Safety Requirements
relating to the design and construction of equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres given
in Annex II to the Directive.
The examination and test results are recorded in confidential report number:
3049987 dated 27th April 2015
9
Compliance with the Essential Health and Safety Requirements, with the exception of those identified in item 15
of the schedule to this certificate, has been assessed by compliance with the following documents:
EN 60079-0:2012 and EN 60079-11:2012
10
If the sign ‘X’ is placed after the certificate number, it indicates that the equipment is subject to specific
conditions of use specified in the schedule to this certificate.
11
This EC-Type Examination certificate relates only to the design, examination and tests of the specified
equipment or protective system in accordance to the directive 94/9/EC. Further requirements of the Directive
apply to the manufacturing process and supply of this equipment or protective system. These are not covered by
this certificate.
12
The marking of the equipment or protective system shall include:
II (2) G [Ex ib Gb] IIB
Digitally signed by Mick Gower
DN: cn=Mick Gower, o=FM Approvals, ou,
email=mick.gower@fmapprovals.com,
c=GB
Date: 2015.04.30 10:45:36 +01'00'
Mick Gower
Certification Manager, FM Approvals Ltd.
Issue date: 30th April 2015
THIS CERTIFICATE MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN ITS ENTIRETY AND WITHOUT CHANGE
FM Approvals Ltd. 1 Windsor Dials, Windsor, Berkshire, UK. SL4 1RS
T: +44 (0) 1753 750 000 F: +44 (0) 1753 868 700 E-mail: atex@fmapprovals.com www.fmapprovals.com
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to EC-Type Examination Certificate No. FM14ATEX0084X
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Description of Equipment or Protective System:
The YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter is a dedicated device providing power and data to the PMA.Evolution
EVO1X or LAB1X weighing platforms (FM14ATEX0085X). All signal outputs to the PMA.Evolution are
available in RS232 communications. The YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter is housed within non-metallic
enclosure. A dedicated potential equalization connection is provided on both the PMA.Evolution and the
YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter. Power and data connections between the YCO14-Z and the
PMA.Evolution are made via a multi-conductor CAT6 cable.
Electrical ratings
Um = 250 V
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Specific Conditions of Use:
1. The YCO-14Z Ex-Link Converter shall only be used with the PMA.Evolution (FM14ATEX0085X).
2. The protective ground connectors on the PMA.Evolution and the YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter shall be
connected together using a potential equalisation conductor with a cross-sectional area of at least 4 mm2.
3. The CAT6 cable used between the PMA.Evolution and the YCO14-Z Ex-Link Converter shall be obtained from
Sartorius.
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Essential Health and Safety Requirements:
The relevant EHSRs that have not been addressed by the standards listed in this certificate have been identified
and assessed in the confidential report identified in item 8.
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Test and Assessment Procedure and Conditions:
This EC-Type Examination Certificate is the result of testing of a sample of the product submitted, in
accordance with the provisions of the relevant specific standard(s), and assessment of supporting
documentation. It does not imply an assessment of the whole production.
Whilst this certificate may be used in support of a manufacturer’s claim for CE Marking, FM Approvals Ltd
accepts no responsibility for the compliance of the equipment against all applicable Directives in all
applications.
This Certificate has been issued in accordance with FM Approvals Ltd’s ATEX Certification Scheme.
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Schedule Drawings
A list of the significant parts of the technical documentation is annexed to this certificate and a copy has
been kept by the Notified Body.
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Certificate History
Details of the supplements to this certificate are described below:
Date
Description
30th April 2015
Original Issue.
THIS CERTIFICATE MAY ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN ITS ENTIRETY AND WITHOUT CHANGE
FM Approvals Ltd. 1 Windsor Dials, Windsor, Berkshire, UK. SL4 1RS
T: +44 (0) 1753 750 000 F: +44 (0) 1753 868 700 E-mail: atex@fmapprovals.com www.fmapprovals.com
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Appendix
14 Appendix
14.1 Service
Repairs may be performed by authorized service personnel or by the responsible
service representative.
Please contact Sartorius Service for all service needs, and in case of guarantee
claims.
Returning Devices
You can send defective devices or parts to Sartorius.
Returned devices must be clean, in hygienically flawless condition and packed
carefully.
Transport damage as well as measures for subsequent cleaning and disinfection of
the parts by Sartorius shall be charged to the sender.
Service Addresses
Detailed information with service addresses for returning your device for repair can
be found on our website (www.sartorius.com).
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Appendix
14.2 Device Dimensions
14.2.1Model EVO1X
14.2.2Model LAB1X
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Sartorius Lab Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
Weender Landstrasse 94–108
37075 Goettingen, Germany
Phone: +49.551.308.0
Fax:
+49.551.308.3289
www.sartorius.com
The information and figures contained in these
instructions correspond to the version date
specified below.
Sartorius reserves the right to make changes
to the technology, features, specifications and
design of the equipment without notice.
Masculine or feminine forms are used to
facilitate legibility in these instructions and
always simultaneously denote the other
gender as well.
Copyright notice:
This instruction manual, including all of its
components, is protected by copyright.
Any use beyond the limits of the copyright law
is not permitted without our approval.
This applies in particular to reprinting,
translation and editing irrespective of the type
of media used.
© Sartorius Germany
Last updated:
04 | 2016
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Publication No.: WEV6008-e160402
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