i 40 Indicator
i 40 Indicator
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Installation Manual
Contents
1. Foreword ...............................................................................................................................................
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Document conventions ..............................................................................................................................
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Pictograms ............................................................................................................................................
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Marking .................................................................................................................................................
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Additional documentation ...........................................................................................................................
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Safety .........................................................................................................................................................
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Regulation ..................................................................................................................................................
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Recommendations .....................................................................................................................................
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2. Equipment installation .....................................................................................................................
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Opening and closing i 40-SS housing ........................................................................................................
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Cabling .......................................................................................................................................................
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Principle ................................................................................................................................................
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Ethernet link equipment (except i 40-PM, i 40-DR) ...............................................................................
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Wiring specifics for versions i 40-PM and i 40-DR ................................................................................
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Options and accessories ............................................................................................................................
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Physical installation ....................................................................................................................................
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i 40-SS version ......................................................................................................................................
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Installation on DIN rail (i 40-DR version) ...............................................................................................
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Front panel installation (i 40-PM version) .............................................................................................
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Power supply .............................................................................................................................................
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External power supply ...........................................................................................................................
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Internal power supply on mains installation (option) .............................................................................
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3. Keyboard-screen interface .............................................................................................................
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Keyboard ....................................................................................................................................................
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Navigation principle ....................................................................................................................................
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Screen ........................................................................................................................................................
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Information displayed ............................................................................................................................
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Display colour .......................................................................................................................................
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4. Basic configuration ...........................................................................................................................
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Access to configuration mode ....................................................................................................................
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Configuration menu ....................................................................................................................................
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Connection ............................................................................................................................................
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Customise the password .......................................................................................................................
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Storing the configuration ............................................................................................................................
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Storing internally ...................................................................................................................................
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Security copy ........................................................................................................................................
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Basic parameters .......................................................................................................................................
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Language ..............................................................................................................................................
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Display unit ...........................................................................................................................................
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Date and time ........................................................................................................................................
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Keyboard ...............................................................................................................................................
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Inputs – Outputs .........................................................................................................................................
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Standard links ............................................................................................................................................
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Serial link on COM1 ..............................................................................................................................
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Configuration Ethernet link ....................................................................................................................
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I200 compatibility .......................................................................................................................................
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5. Setup and adjustment of weighing .............................................................................................
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Metrological setup ......................................................................................................................................
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Class .....................................................................................................................................................
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Capacity ................................................................................................................................................
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Taking earth's gravity into account .......................................................................................................
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Metrological calibration with standard mass ..............................................................................................
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Zero offset .............................................................................................................................................
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Zero measurement ................................................................................................................................
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Declaring the number of segments .......................................................................................................
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Linearisation on a segment ...................................................................................................................
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Linearisation of several segments ........................................................................................................
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Metrological adjustment without standard weight ......................................................................................
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"Zero point and slope" method ..............................................................................................................
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"Downweighing" method .......................................................................................................................
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Verification .................................................................................................................................................
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Compensation for earth gravity variations .................................................................................................
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Zero – Filtering – Stability (Installation) ......................................................................................................
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Initial zero ..............................................................................................................................................
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Automatic zero ......................................................................................................................................
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User zero function action limit ...............................................................................................................
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Zero tracking .........................................................................................................................................
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Flow correction ......................................................................................................................................
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Filtering .................................................................................................................................................
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Stability .................................................................................................................................................
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Default parameter restoration ....................................................................................................................
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6. Option configuration and implementation ..............................................................................
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RS232 link on COM2* ................................................................................................................................
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USB link .....................................................................................................................................................
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Ethernet network ........................................................................................................................................
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CANopen bus .............................................................................................................................................
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Other field bus ............................................................................................................................................
51
PROFIBUS-DP .....................................................................................................................................
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DeviceNet .............................................................................................................................................
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TCP Modbus Ethernet ..........................................................................................................................
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EtherNet/IP ...........................................................................................................................................
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Analogue output .........................................................................................................................................
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Checking installed options .........................................................................................................................
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7. Technical assistance ........................................................................................................................
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Viewing technical recordings ......................................................................................................................
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Overloads ..............................................................................................................................................
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Weighings .............................................................................................................................................
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Reset the counters to zero ....................................................................................................................
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Taring .........................................................................................................................................................
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Saving – Restoration on memory card .......................................................................................................
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Saving the parameters ..........................................................................................................................
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Restoration of parameters ....................................................................................................................
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Remote operations by Ethernet link ...........................................................................................................
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8. Menu Guide ...........................................................................................................................................
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Configuration ..............................................................................................................................................
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Connection ............................................................................................................................................
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Application ............................................................................................................................................
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Parameters ...........................................................................................................................................
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Measurement ........................................................................................................................................
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Service ..................................................................................................................................................
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Foreword
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Document conventions
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Pictograms
N Important warning concerning people's safety.
P Remark concerning the preservation and proper equipment maintenance.
O Note for:
- Facilitating manual reading.
- optimally implement the equipment.
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Marking
The menu options performed in CONFIGURATION mode and their parameters are marked as::
• OPTION1 / OPTION2... / PARAMETER
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Additional documentation
For more information on wiring and installing the optional cards for the i 40 indicator, refer to the document:
• Wiring diagram, 04-50-00 DD.
For more information on the use of the i 40 indicator:
• User Manual, 04-55-00 MU.
For more information on the communication protocols implemented in the i 40 indicator:
• Communication protocols manual, 04-55-00 MR.
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Safety
For devices connected through a power outlet, the NF EN 60 950 standard requires to have this outlet installed
close to the equipment and easily accessible. For equipment connected permanently to mains, an easily accessible
cut-off device must be included to the permanent installation.
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Regulation
Instruments to be used for regulated use have undergone the verification of conformity to type and received the
CE mark. Their use and maintenance must be in accordance with the regulations; thus, they are subject to periodic
audit.
Each indicator has a tamper-proof identification label specifying:
- Manufacturer's initials,
- The number of the test certificate,
- The type,
- The serial number of the terminal,
- The CE compliance marking.
This label must not be peeled off.
When the terminal is part of an approved instrument, the complete instrument is identified by an information
label mentioning at least:
- The manufacturer brand,
- The CE type approval certificate number,
- The serial number for the complete instrument,
- The counter number for the software seal (EventCnt).
This label must not be detached.
Each instrument is supplied with a metrological book to record all
verification and maintenance interventions in compliance with currently
applicable regulations.
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Recommendations
For optimum equipment accuracy and preservation:
• Do not submit the weighing instrument (the scale) to shocks or overloads.
• Do not store any load on the weighing instrument; unload it as soon as weighing is finished.
• Never use solvents or abrasives for cleaning.
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Equipment installation
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Opening and closing i 40-SS housing
The option wiring and installation operations require opening the housing. To maintain the long-term tightness
of the unit, proceed as follows.
Open up
The housing is opened by removing the 6 screws of the device's rear half-shell.
- Depending on the indicator installation, take precautions against tearing out the cables.
- Keep the original screws for reassembly.
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Closure
1. Check the joint condition. (In case of loss of elasticity or cracking, replace it.)
Check the position of the joint, including where the screws go through and at the housing corners.
Before closing, check the proper tightening of ground cable connections linking the two half-shells.
Position the cable so that it will not be pinched.
2. Gradually tighten the screws using a "star" pattern.
3. Final tightening should be moderate, and the outer contour of the seal must remain consistent.
1.
2.
3.
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Cabling
The following can be connected to the i 40 indicator terminals by cables through cable glands:
• Weighing infrastructure, force sensor, scale;
• Communication links (serial, USB, Ethernet, and field bus links);
• Logical inputs-outputs, optional analogue outputs.
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Principle
O Reminder
The wiring diagram (P/N04-50-00 DD) provides necessary indications.
O Legal Metrology
For Legal Metrology (commercial transactions, for example), the indicator comes wired to the weighing
infrastructure and is sealed. The destruction of the seals is not allowed.
Preparation
For connection to spring-loaded terminals, PRECIAMOLEN offers various stranded shielded cables (sold by
linear meter).
• Cable preparation
Braid turned back on cable for 10 mm.
Tips for cable
sections up to
1 mm2.
Stripping length: 250 mm*.
* i 40 PM, i 40-DR: about 40mm.
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Cable glands (except i 40-PM, i 40-DR)
The cables are connected through cable glands that are also used to maintain shielding continuity.
3
4
1
5
8
7
6
2
• Put the body of the gland (1) into position with its O-ring (2) on the wall of the casing (3) and tighten the nut
(4) inside the casing.
• Pass the cable through the cap (5), of the sealing ring (6) and the claws of the ring (7) installed in the body of
the gland, making sure that the ground braid (8) is in good contact with the claws.
• Tighten the cap (5) onto the body of the gland (1).
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Terminal blocks
With the exception of the Ethernet connection, all cables are connected via springloaded terminals.. Connecting a conductor is performed without tool, by pressing the tip
(1) inside its casing (2). To disconnect it, press the associated pusher (3) while removing
the tip.
P Always
use the thimble tips supplied with the unit.
(Do not insert the bare wire into the slot.)
1
3
2
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Ethernet link equipment (except i 40-PM, i 40-DR)
1. Pass the cable through the cable gland.
2. The RJ45 plug support is provided. (See "Assembling the RJ45", below). Leave a free length of about 250
to 300mm between the cable gland and the connector.
3. Connect the RJ45 connector to the base of the card.
4. Tighten the gland.
Assembling the RJ45
1.
1. Slide the end of the cable:
- presser nut,
- plug cover.
2.
2. Release the sheath 30 mm.
Roll back the shield sheath. Cut to 8 mm and surround with the tape
provided.
3. Switch the connection thimbles by pressing on their tip.
30 mm
3.
Pass the strands into the holes of these thimbles.
Press the metal plates together so that they are in contact with the
shielding;
4. Cut the strands flush at the thimble connection.
4.
5. Make the electrical contact on the strands by pressing together the
connection thimble (by means of a clamp).
Slide the cover on the plug body until full engagement. Tighten the
presser nut by hand pressure.
5.
Identifying the strands on the connector according to the wiring type
Pin No.
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Wiring type
TIA 568 B
TIA 568 A
1
White / orange
White / green
2
Orange
Green
3
White / green
White / orange
4
Blue
Blue
5
White / blue
White / blue
6
Green
Orange
7
White / brown
White / brown
8
Brown
Brown
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Wiring specifics for versions i 40-PM and i 40-DR
P Versions
i 40-PM and i 40-DR never come with:
- Serial COM port2,
- USB port,
- Internal power supply.
Connector position
15
1
10
11
1. Power supply
15. Option (filed bus, analogue
output)
11. Ethernet
10. Logical inputs
4. COM 1
5. CAN - input
6. CAN - output
7. Measurement
4
5
6
7
8
8. Logical outputs
P The
reference numbers correspond to those of the wiring diagram.
In the absence of the optional field bus or analogue output, the connector location (15) is closed
by a blank cover.
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Options and accessories
O (named
Depending on the case, the installation of an option may require the insertion of a µSD card
here "µSD card/option") in support of the main card and the addition of a cable passed
through a gland.
The µSD card/option is only used temporary to confirm the installation of an option. If the
indicator is already equipped with a µSD card (for DSD memory or file storing, called "µSD/
saving card"), it must be put back after installing the option.
Reminder:
For the operations described below, bring wiring diagram 04-50-00DD.
P Wiring operations, such as inserting or removing a µSD card, must be done with power off.
1. Panel mounting kit
See “Embedding (optional)”, page 17.
2. Internal mains power supply (version i 40-SS).
See “Internal power supply on mains installation (option)”, page 21.
3. Data Storage Device memory (DSD).
- Open the housing.
- Insert the µSD/saving card into the card carrier.
- Close the housing.
- The memory is recognized by the DSD system and requires no configuration.
- Consulting the DSD memory: See the user manual 04-55-00 MU.
4. µSD card for parameter saving/restore.
- Open the housing.
- Insert the µSD/saving card into the card carrier.
- Close the housing.
- Storage/restore operations: See “Saving – Restoration on memory card”, page 57.
5. RS232 link on COM2.*
- See “Install the communication and input-output options”, page 15.
- Power up and configure the new link. See “RS232 link on COM2*”, page 49.
6. Serial USB link.*
- See “Install the communication and input-output options”, page 15.
- Power up and configure the new link. See “USB link”, page 50.
7. TCP/IP Ethernet network.
- See “Install the communication and input-output options”, page 15.
- Power up and configure the new link. See “Ethernet network”, page 51.
8. CAN open field bus
- See “Install the communication and input-output options”, page 15.
- Power up and configure the new link. See “CANopen bus”, page 51.
* Not available on i 40-PM and i 40-DR versions.
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9. Other field buses.
In addition to the CANopen bus, another field bus can be installed among the followings:
• PROFIBUS-DP
• DeviceNet
• TCP Modbus Ethernet
• EtherNet/IP
- Open the housing and insert the card provided on the connector labelled OPTION.
- Attach the card using three M3-16 screws provided.
- See “Install the communication and input-output options”, page 15.
- Power up and configure the new link. See “Other field bus”, page 51.
10. Analog output.
- Open the housing and insert the card provided on the connector labelled OPTION.
- Attach the card using three M3-16 screws provided.
- See “Install the communication and input-output options”, page 15.
- Power up and configure the analogue output. See “Analogue output”, page 53.
Install the communication and input-output options
- Open the housing.
- Insert the µSD card/option in the card holder.
- Replace one of the plugs by the cable gland provided.*
- Prepare and pass the cable through the cable gland.See “Cabling”, page 11.
Connect it as shown in the wiring diagram (ref.04-50-00 DD).
- Turn on and wait for the message asking for confirmation of the installation.
active
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CAN
Confirm whether to install or not:
Choose E to abort the installation.
The indicator restarts without considering the
option.
Choose R to confirm the installation.
can
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ACTIVATED
A message displayed for about 2s confirms
the success of the operation.
- Turn it off.
- Remove the µSD card/option and reinsert the µSD card/storage, if applicable.
- Close the housing.
* Some options (field bus) may require two cables and two cable glands.
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Physical installation
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i 40-SS version
Installation dimensions
Depending on your type of bracket, it is more appropriate to orient the glands upwards or downwards.
To do this, turn if necessary the rear half shell 180°.
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Wall installation
Table installation
Embedding (optional)
• Cut out template
maximum thickness: 6 mm
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• Install the indicator
1. Insert the flange (a) between the two half-shells.
Close the casing. See “Opening and closing i 40-SS housing”, page 9.
2. Place the seal (b) between the indicator and the partition (c), placing the assembly in the opening in the
partition.
Place the spacer (d) on the studs.
3. Tighten the nuts at the back of the spacer.
1.
A
2.
3.
B
d
c
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Installation on DIN rail (i 40-DR version)
• Dimensions
• Install the indicator
1. Hook the indicator on the rail's upper edge.
2. Swing it into position.
1.
2.
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Front panel installation (i 40-PM version)
• Dimensions
• Cut-out template
Maximum thickness: 5 mm
• Install the indicator
1. Place the indicator's assembly (a) and the gasket (b) at the front of the wall (c), pass the indicator's body
through the wall opening.
Pass the spacer (d) onto the studs, at the back of the wall.
2. Tighten the nuts at the back of the spacer.
1.
2.
A
d
b
c
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Power supply
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External power supply
- Open the housing.
- Prepare and run the cable through the cable gland. See “Cabling”, page 11.
Connect it as shown in the wiring diagram (ref.04-50-00 DD).
- Power on.
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Internal power supply on mains installation (option)
N Ifincluded
the indicator is permanently linked to the network, an easily accessible cut-off device must be
to the permanent installation.
See “Safety”, page 5.
1. Open the housing. See “Opening and closing i 40-SS housing”, page 9.
- Run the mains cable through the cable gland. See “Cabling”, page 11.
- Connect (a) the mains cable ground wire (c) and the power supply ground wire (d) to the hub.
The ground wire (b) linking the two half-shells already in place, is kept.
- Tighten the connections slightly.
c
a
b
d
N Connecting the ground wire incorrectly poses a serious accident risk to the users.
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2. Connect the mains L, N and the power supply output (24V), as shown in the wiring diagram (P/N 04-50-00
DD) and as depicted below.
• L: Brown wire of mains cable.
• N: Blue wire of mains cable.
• Ground: Yellow-green wire previously
connected to the rear half shell
• - V: Black wire.
• + V: Red wire.
3. The power supply must be fastened to the hatched location (a) by two clamps inserted into the openings(b)
and pressed against the rim (c) after tightening the clamps.
a
b
b
c
4. Pass the clamps into the openings(b), in the direction shown..
P Pay attention to the clamp head orientation (outward).
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b
b
5. Tighten the clamps and position their head as shown(d).
- Connect the 24V output wire (red and black) to the indicator's card terminal (e), as shown in the wiring
diagram (P/N 04-50-00 DD).
- Place the cables correctly into the housing. Close it.
d
d
e
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Keyboard-screen interface
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Keyboard
• i 40-SS version
Function
E+R
E
m
m
R
u
< >
d
Z
T
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Restart
Press and hold these keys to restart the indicator.
Escape
Exit a menu or current entry without confirmation.
Menu
Configuration mode
Validation
Navigation keys
Provides access to setting menu in operating mode.
Keep this key pressed during power-up or reboot to access
configuration mode.
Entering a menu or accepting the current entry.
Navigating in the menu or list options
Indication < > in the help area.
Zero
Taring
Gross/Net
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• i 40-PM and i 40-DR versions
In these indicator versions, the navigation keys are combined with three function keys:
Function (Use)
Function (Menu or Configuration)
Switching
(i)
ztb
m
m
Zero
Taring
←
Gross /
Net
→
Navigation keys:
Navigating in the menu or list options
(Indication < > in the help area.)
(i) Press and hold to get the navigation function to scroll through the displayed information. (Indication < > in the help area.)
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Navigation principle
• When the symbols < > are displayed in zone 3 of screen (See “Screen”, page 27.), to confirm a menu
option or enter a predetermined value:
< >
R
1. Scroll through the options at the same level (or possible values).
2. Validate the selected option (or selected value).
• In the same event, for viewing the recorded values??:
< >
Scroll through the displayed information.
• Entering an alphanumeric value:
< >
u
d
1. Access the previous or next position in the string to be entered.
2. Enter a character: Select the next or previous character in alphabetical order (or
numeric).
• In case of navigation error:
E
Exit a menu, an item or option (move up one level).
• Reach the save option (configuration mode):
E
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Move up to the top configuration menu level to get to the save option.
Push the button repeatedly, if necessary.
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Screen
1
5
8888.888
d
k
888
8
.
.
8888888888 W
i
7
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2
4
3
z
6
Information displayed
Function
Title / Symbol
1.
Weight area
2.
User field
3.
Information field.
4.
kg g t lb
5.
D
6.
Usage
Displaying the weight
Upper level menu
Indications intended for the user.
Menu in progress
Input area
- NET indication if tare is taken into account.
- Additional unit.
- Indication for valid keys.
See detail below.
- No symbol. The weight shown is a metrological
reference.
- Symbol D displayed. The displayed weight is not
a metrological reference.
Range 1 or 2 is active.
i
The weight is unstable.
z
The weight is stable and in the zero area.
.
8.
Indication for valid keys.
See detail below.
Unit.
W1 W2
7.
Configuration
Confirmation of a key-press.
Recall the menu in progress option.
See “Configuration menu”, page 29.
.
3. Help zone - Detail of an indication of valid keys
<>
Choice of menu, value.
0-9
Numeric entry.
0-Z
Alphanumeric entry.
1-6
Numeric entry between two specified values (e.g. between 1 and 6).
<>
ESC
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Indication of a menu (even if there is only one option).
Exit a screen showing displayed data only.
Validation by R required.
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Display colour
In configuration mode, a particular background colour can be set by the user. See “Display unit”, page 33.
Information
Blue
Default colour.
Background
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White
Default colour.
Yellow
Setting in progress by a peripheral:
- PC using Ethernet link and Web interface,
- PC using the USB connection and I700 emulator.
- i 400 terminal on CANopen bus.
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Basic configuration
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Access to configuration mode
E+ R
m
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Press and hold to restart the indicator without having to turn it off.
Keep this key pressed during power-up or reboot: The equipment displays the configuration
menu.
Configuration menu
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Connection
menu
Upon power up, the user is prompted to choose the level
of intervention. Otherwise, he may choose QUIT,
QUIT which
turns the unit off.
< >
LOGIN
Choice of intervention levels:
• OPERATOR
Access the simple parameter configuration operating.
• INSTALLER
Access to the previous operations, plus the
configuration of complex parameters and settingadjustment of the weight measurement.
Access reserved to authorized and qualified
personnel.
Enter the password for the selected level.
- OPERATOR: 0
- ENGINEER: 1234
The configuration menu is redisplayed with the exception
of the connection option.
All options authorised at the selected level can be
achieved.
.
login
< >
OPERATOR
operato
0-9
.
0
menu
< >
APP
Each option in the configuration menu is associated with a colour of the reminder indicator. This indicator stays
active during navigation in each of the options and its respective sub-options. See “Screen”, page 27.
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OPERATOR level options
• LOGIN
.
Black
Visible only at power on, before validation of the chosen level of intervention
(Operator).
Choosing a level of intervention.
Access to options associated with the selected level, configuration of
passwords.
• APP
• PARAMETERS
• MEASURE
.
Green
.
Blue
.
Yellow
• SAVE
Threshold configuration.
Setting the basic parameters, screen-keyboard, simple configuration of
peripherals and options.
Setting the zero parameters, filtering and stability.
Visible only if settings have been changed.
Storing or not the modified parameters.
• QUIT
Restart the equipment.
INSTALLER level options
• LOGIN
.
Black
Visible only at power on, before validation of the chosen level of intervention
(Engineer).
Choosing a level of intervention.
Access to options associated with the selected level, configuration of
passwords.
• APP
• PARAMETERS
• MEASURE
.
Green
.
Blue
.
Yellow
Threshold configuration.
Setting the basic parameters, screen-keyboard, simple configuration of
peripherals and options.
Access reserved for authorized and qualified personnel.
Advanced setting of weight measurement.
• SERVICE
.
Red
Access reserved for authorized repairers.
Consultation of recorded transactions.
• SAVE
Visible only if settings have been changed.
Storing or not the modified parameters.
• QUIT
Restart the equipment.
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Customise the password
Registration of OPERATOR level password:
• LOGIN / OPERATOR / PASSWORD
OLD
Enter the old password.
NEW PSWD
Enter the new password.
CONF PSWD
Enter the new password again.
Default value: 0.
Registration of OPERATOR level password:
• LOGIN / OPERATOR / PASSWORD
Entering the password is done according to the same principle as before.
Default value: 1234.
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Storing the configuration
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Storing internally
When the configuration parameters have been modified, saving can be made in two ways:
- By going back to the highest level in the configuration menu:
menu
< >
SAVE
The SAVE option screen is displayed for about 1s
and then the choice for confirming the modified
parameters or not is offered.
NO
save
< >
YES
Select NO to return to the configuration
menu without saving the modified
parameters.
save
< >
Select YES to return to the configuration
menu after saving the modified parameters.
- by pressing the keys E and R at the same time.
The same way, the SAVING option screen is displayed for about 1s and then the choice for
confirming the modified parameters or not is offered.
NO
save
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Select NO to restart the indicator without
saving the modified parameters.
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save
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Select YES to restart the indicator after
saving the modified parameters.
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Security copy
Storage on µSD card (optional)
See “Saving – Restoration on memory card”, page 57.
Remote storage via Ethernet
See “Remote operations by Ethernet link”, page 57.
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Basic parameters
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Language
• PARAMETERS / LANGUAGE
Select French or English.
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Display unit
• PARAMETERS / DISPLAY / ECO MODE allows setting the auto-shutdown:
- Turning off backlight after 30 s of inactivity, weight to zero(i).
- After 1ihour of inactivity, weight to zero, the indicator turns off.
ON
OFF
No auto-off.
(i) At ± 10 divisions.
• PARAMETERS / DISPLAY / BRIGHTNESS allows setting the backlight intensity: 3 levels or turn
off.
• PARAMETERS / DISPLAY / COLOR allows setting the screen background colour: 7 possible
colours.
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Date and time
• PARAMETERS / DATE/TIME
The date and time are taken into account and stored immediately. The storage option is not available if
only these parameters have been changed.
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Keyboard
• PARAMETERS / KEYBOARD / KEY BEEP to adjust the intensity of the sound when the keys are
pressed.
• PARAMETERS / KEYBOARD / LOCK allows locking all keys in operating mode.
P To“Access
unlock the keyboard, the operator must start the indicator in configuration mode See
to configuration mode”, page 29.
Then access the PARAMETERS / KEYBOARD / LOCK options and choose NO.
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Inputs – Outputs
It is possible to configure:
- 2 logical inputs,
- 4 logical outputs.
Inputs
Function allocation
Input
Function
E1
Zero request
E2
Taring request
Remark
These functions cannot be redefined.
Logic type configuration
The configuration of input no.1 is presented here. The configuration principle is the same for inputs no.1
and 2.
• PARAMETERS / I/O / INPUT 1
- LOGIC
ACTIV. HIGH
Positive logic: signal active at high level (or 1).
ACTIVE LOW
Negative logic: signal active at low level (or 0).
Outputs
In standalone operation (no connection to a controller), if the indicator's configuration allows, the outputs are
controlled by the weight threshold crossing.
O The threshold value is defined by the operator. See the user manual (ref. 04-55-00 MU).
Special configuration parameter
• APP / THRESHOLD x / ACTIVE
Set this parameter to NO:
- To inhibit the switching of the output corresponding to threshold No.x (then the definition of threshold
No.x cannot be made in operating mode);
- To be able to force the corresponding output (No.x) by communication.
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Function allocation
• APP / THRESHOLD x / TRIGGER
Output No.
Allowable functions
1
Crossing threshold 1:
Weight ≥ Threshold 1 OR Weight ≤ Threshold 1
2
Crossing threshold 2:
Weight ≥ Threshold 2 OR Weight ≤ Threshold 2
3
Crossing threshold 3:
Weight ≥ Threshold 3 OR Weight ≤ Threshold 3
4
Crossing threshold 4:
Weight ≥ Threshold 4 OR Weight ≤ Threshold 4
• APP / THRESHOLD x / WEIGHT
Allows defining whether the accepted thresholds correspond to gross weight or net weight.
Logic type configuration
The configuration of output no.1 is presented here. The configuration principle is the same for outputs
no.1 to 4.
• PARAMETERS / I/O / INPUT 1
- LOGIC
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Positive logic: signal active at high level (or 1).
ACTIVE LOW
Negative logic: signal active at low level (or 0).
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Standard links
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Serial link on COM1
• PARAMETERS / COM1
The serial link configuration parameters are grouped under two types of peripherals:
REPEATER
Connecting to a PRECIA MOLEN repeater selected from the list below.
Possible values: ABC06, ABC57, D20, D200, D570.
PC/PLC
Connecting to a PC or PLC whose communication protocol is selected from: A SLAVE,
A MASTER, MODBUSRTU.
NONE
In general, once the device is specified, choose the option STANDARD that allows you to use communication
parameters commonly used for the device in question. However, for a particular configuration, it is possible to adjust
each parameter of the link by selecting the ADVANCED option as below.
O The
standard parameters can be viewed: Once the peripheral selection is made with the
STANDARD option, repeat the selection with the ADVANCED option without validating any
parameter (exit with ESC).
P These
parameters should only be modified by a qualified person, equipped with the
documentation of the connected peripheral.
• PARAMETRES / COM 1 / xxx / AVANCED
- if xxx is the REPEATER type /MODEL
MODEL
FORMAT
SPEED
Transmission speed: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400 or 115200bauds.
NB OF BITS
Number of data bits: 7 or 8.
PARITY
Parity: Even, odd or none.
NBR STOP
Number of stop bits: 1 or 2.
RS 232/485
Link type: RS 232 or RS 485.
The standard parameter values are shown in bold.
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PROTOCOL
- MASTER A
SEND MODE
Periodic, At stability.
PERIOD
If periodic send mode.
Value (in ms) to be entered. The actual value is greater than or equal to the period
entered if it is short and if the system load is significant.
STABILITY
If at stability send mode.
Value (in weight unit) to be entered.
ID No.
Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
WEIGHT.TYPE
Normal HR.
CONFD.FRAME
Block No.: Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
Active: Y/N.
CHECKSUM
Y/N.
- SLAVE A
ID no.
Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
WEIGHT.TYPE
Normal HR.
CONFD.FRAME
Block No.: Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
Active: Y/N.
CHECKSUM
Y/N.
- if xxx is the PC/PLC / PROTOCOL
FORMAT
See the parameters of the previous type: REPEATER.
REPEATER
PROTOCOL
- MASTER A
See the parameters of the previous type: REPEATER.
REPEATER
- SLAVE A
See the parameters of the previous type: REPEATER.
REPEATER
- MODBUS
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ID No.
Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
ADDRESS
Possible exchange table base address offset (from 0 to 65535).
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Configuration Ethernet link
• PARAMETERS / ETHERNET / HOST NAME
(Default value: X112).
Enter the host name associated with the indicator's IP address.
• PARAMETERS / ETHERNET / DHCP
YES
IP address dynamic configuration: An IP address and a subnet mask are assigned by a
DHCP server.
NO
IP address static configuration: The IP address and subnet mask are entered in the
following parameters.
• PARAMETERS / ETHERNET / IP ADDRESS
(Default value: 192.168.0.100).
If the DHCP parameter is no, enter the indicator's static IP address.
If the DHCP parameter is yes, the dynamic IP address is assigned by a DHCP server after the indicator's
restart.
• PARAMETERS / ETHERNET / NETMASK
(Default value: 255.255.255.000).
If the DHCP is not, enter the value of the subnet mask.
If DHCP is set to YES, the value of the subnet mask is assigned by a DHCP server after restarting the
indicator.
To set this parameter to a particular value, consult your LAN administrator.
• PARAMETERS / ETHERNET / GATEWAY
(Default value: 192.168.000.192).
If the DHCP parameter is NO, enter the gateway's IP address.
If the DHCP parameter is yes, the gateway's IP address is assigned by a DHCP server after the
indicator's restart.
To configure this parameter to a particular value, contact your local network administrator.
Implementation
The Ethernet link can be used for two functions:
• Indicator's remote configuration or saving the parameters (standard function): See “Remote operations
by Ethernet link”, page 57.
• Communication with a peripheral (optional function available): See “Ethernet network”, page 51.
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I200 compatibility
Pay attention to this parameter in case that the i 40 indicator communicates with the devices using I200
protocols via serial links, USB or Ethernet.
• PARAMETERS / COMPAT.I200
Compatibility with the I200 protocols:
YES
Alibi memory registration numbers (DSD) using 5 ASCII numeric
characters.
Incompatibility with the I200 protocols:
NO
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Alibi memory registration numbers (DSD) using 6 ASCII numeric
characters.
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Setup and adjustment of weighing
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Metrological setup
All options in this section require INSTALLER level password entry.
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Class
• MEASURE / SETTING / CLASS
Possible values: II, III and IIII.
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Capacity
• MEASURE / SETTING / RANGE / USE
TRADE USE
Legal metrology (trade use):
This option is mandatory if the instrument use corresponds to one of trade uses:
Commercial transaction, medical weighing, etc.
The impacts are many as for metrological adjustments and zero devices.
PUB SALE
Direct sale to the public:
Type of trade use which imposes certain constraints, particularly with regard to
peripherals.
NON TRADE
Non legal metrology (non trade use).
• MEASURE / SETTING / RANGE / UNITS
Unit weight of the indicator system. All weight values displayed or entered are expressed in that unit.
Possible values: Kg, g, t, lb.
• MEASURE / SETTING / RANGE / NBR.OF.RANGE
Possible values: 1 to 3
• MEASURE / SETTING / RANGE / RANGE 1... 3 / MAX WEIGHT
• MEASURE / SETTING / RANGE / RANGE 1... 3 / DIVISION
• MEASURE / SETTING / RANGE / RANGE 1... 3 / PTS/DIV
• MEASURE / SETTING / RANGE / MIN
The operating mode can be specified for an instrument with 2 or 3 ranges:
• MEASURE / SETTING / RANGE / MULTI USE
MULTI DIV.
Multi-division:
One area divided into 2 or 3 parts, each with a different division.
MULTI RANG.
Multi-range:
2 or 3 ranges, from 0 to its maximum capacity, with different steps.
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Taking earth's gravity into account
Record the parameters instead of metrological calibration:
• MEASURE / SETTING / GRAVITY / LATITUDE
• MEASURE / SETTING / GRAVITY / ALTITUDE
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Metrological calibration with standard mass
All options in this section require INSTALLER level password entry.
Adjustment with depositing a standard weight is the preferred method of adjusting a weighing instrument. This
is the method that leads to the most accurate results.
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Zero offset
Put any standard mass placing accessories (for example, the mass suspension device for a hopper) and start
the following command.
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / OFFSET
0.2422
d
k
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To confirm the zero offset acquisition and exit the
function, press key R.
OFFSET
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Zero measurement
As before, the measurement must be made with any standard mass placing accessories, but without any other
load.
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / LINEARIZE / ZERO
-0.0002
d
k
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To confirm the zero offset acquisition and exit the
function, press key R.
ZERO
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Declaring the number of segments
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / LINEARIZE / NB.OF.SEG
Most often, it is not necessary to adjust a weighing instrument over several segments. Leave the default
value: NB SEG=1.
If the load receiver provides a not so linear signal and requires a calibration over several segments, enter
the number of segments, for example: NB SEG=3.
Maximum number of segments: 6.
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Linearisation on a segment
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / LINEARIZE / SEG 1
seg1
< >
Confirm by pressing key R.
STD WT
std wt
0-9
Input this value and validate by pressing key R.
10.0000 kg
10.0001
The weight measurement is displayed.
kgk
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SEG1:
linea
NB.OF.SEG
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Place the standard mass and then validate by pressing
key R.
Remove the standard mass.
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At this stage, it is advisable to check the proper
consideration of the adjustment by running a verification.
See “Verification”, page 44.
Linearisation of several segments
Follow the procedure above for each segment, until the maximum number of segments defined in the order of
increasing mass (for example, 3):
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / LINEARIZE / SEG 2
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / LINEARIZE / SEG 3
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Metrological adjustment without standard weight
All options in this section require INSTALLER level password entry.
The adjustment without standard weight can be used alternatively, in various adverse conditions. This is the
case of a weighing instrument that it is not possible to discharge to perform the adjustment (e.g. a silo loaded with
several tonnes of product to be preserved). This method leads to a precision of the order of 1 to 2%.
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"Zero point and slope" method
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / NO STD WT/
WT ZERO/SLOPE
Enter the following data:
CELL SENSI
Sensitivity of sensors used (mV/V).
NOM. LOAD
Sensors' nominal load (in system weight unit).
EMPTY TARE
Load supported by sensors when the instrument is unloaded (in system weight unit).
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"Downweighing" method
Assessment of the slope by measuring the difference in weight
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / NO STD WT / DOWNWEIGHT / FIRST PT
downwei
< >
FIRST PT
confirm
< >
Record the first measuring point.
Confirm by pressing key
R.
Confirm the measurement or not.
YES
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• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / NO STD WT / DOWNWEIGHT / FIRST PT
downwei
< >
SECOND PT
second
< >
Second measuring point (second screen).
Confirm by pressing key
R.
Confirm by pressing key
R.
DIFFERENCE
differe
Enter the(i) weight difference value between the first and
the second measuring point.
confirm
Confirm the entry or not.
< >
2688.2 KG
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YES
(i) Value of the mass loaded or unloaded measured using a reference device.
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Entering the value of zero at a point
This operation is an additional to the "Downweighing" method, but it can be used in addition to using the "zero
slope" method when the tare load is unknown.
• MEASURE / ADJUSTMENT / NO STD WT / ZERO 1PT
zero 1p
Value of the current load on the weighing instrument
(estimated or known by other processes).
< >
972.4 KG
confirm
< >
Confirm by pressing key
R.
Confirm the entry or not.
YES
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Verification
This option requires INSTALLER level password entry.
• MEASURE / CHECK
Without exiting the configuration mode, this option allows you to immediately assess the weighing
function, in particular the quality of metrological adjustment.
10.0002
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d
k
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To exit the function, press key R.
Compensation for earth gravity variations
All options in this section require INSTALLER level password entry.
When the weighing instrument is adjusted to a different place from the point of use, it is necessary to
record the latitude and altitude values of each site. Thus, the system can calculate the compensation of the gravity
difference between the two locations.
So that the compensation for the variation of gravity is effective, the parameters of the instrument's usage location
must be recorded after adjustment.
Record the place of use parameters:
• MEASURE / SETTING / GRAVITY / LATITUDE
• MEASURE / SETTING / GRAVITY / ALTITUDE
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Zero – Filtering – Stability (Installation)
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Initial zero
This reset to zero can be made when the indicator is powered on. To do this, the user starts the indicator
by pressing and holding the O and T keys at the same time.
This zero is the reference to other zero devices.
• MEASURE / INSTALL / ZERO INITIAL
- LOWR LIMIT
Limit value below the real zero. For example, to enter a limit at -10%, enter 10.
Possible values: From 0 to -100% of the maximum capacity.
Trade use: From 0 to -20% of the maximum capacity (default value: +/- 5 %)
- UPPR LIMIT
Limit value below the real zero. For example, to enter a limit at -10%, enter 10.
Possible values: From 0 to -100% of the maximum capacity.
Trade use: From 0 to -20% of the maximum capacity (default value: ± 15 %)
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Automatic zero
If enabled, this reset to zero occurs automatically when the gross weight remains stable:
- in a range from 0 to -2 of the maximum capacity from the initial zero;
- during a period greater than or equal to the DELAY time.
• MEASURE / INSTALL / AUTO.ZERO.
- ACTIVATION
YES
Function enabled after the expiration of DELAY delay time described below.
NO
Function not in service.
Default value: Yes.
- DELAY
Possible values: From 0 to 65 s.
Legal Metrology ≥ 5 s.
Default value: 5000ms.
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User zero function action limit
This zero occurs if the user presses the T key depending on the TARE KEY parameter configuration.
See “Keyboard”, page 33.
• MEASURE / INSTALL / ZERO USER
Possible values: 0 to 99% of the maximum capacity.
Legal Metrology < ±2% of the maximum capacity from the initial zero.
(Default value: ± 2 %
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Zero tracking
This device allows maintaining the weight at zero when the scale is unloaded.
The action of this reset to zero is limited at the range 0 ± 2% of the maximum capacity from the initial
zero.
• MEASURE / INSTALL / ZERO USER
INACTIVE
Device not in service.
GROSS ACT
Active device capable of gross weight only.
NT/GRS ACT
Active device in all cases.
Default value: ACTIVE B/N.
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Flow correction
This function corrects a slow drift of the indication supplied by the loaded weighing cell.
• MEASURE / INSTALL / CREEP
Possible values: ACTIVE OR INACTIVE.
Default value: INACTIVE.
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Filtering
This function allows reducing the signal disturbance provided by the weighing sensor. A strong filtering
results in longer response times after the removal or addition of a load.
• MEASURE / INSTALL / FILTER
- CODE
Possible values: 0 to 4.
Predefined filtering code details.
Filter 1
Filter 2
Filter 3
Code
Frequency
(meas. / s)
Type
Window
Type
Window
Type
Window
1
50
AVERAGE
10 meas.
AVERAGE
10 meas.
AVERAGE
10 meas.
2
50
AVERAGE
10 meas.
AVERAGE
10 meas.
SORTING
9 meas.
3
50
AVERAGE
7 meas.
AVERAGE
6 meas.
AVERAGE
5 meas.
4
100
AVERAGE
10 meas.
AVERAGE
10 meas.
AVERAGE
8 meas.
If CODE = 0, the previously loaded parameters (code 1 to 4) can be modified.
- FREQUENCY
Possible values: From 1 to 100 measurements/s.
- FILTER 1 to FILTER 3
TYPE
Possible values: SORT, INACTIVE or AVERAGE.
WINDOW
Possible values: From 1 to 100 measurements (from weighing signal).
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Stability
This function allows adjusting the measurement instability range in which it is declared unstable (symbol
i present). This only has consequence on the auxiliary devices that are only triggered when stability is
reached (recording in data storage memory, for example).
• MEASURE / INSTALL / STABILITY
- CODE
Possible values: 0 to 9.
Details of predefined stability codes.
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Window
2 meas.
3 meas.
4 meas.
4 meas.
8 meas.
12 meas.
8 meas.
16 meas.
20 meas.
Limit
10 pts
10 pts
10 pts
5 pts
5 pts
7 pts
6 pts
5 pts
5 pts
If CODE = 0, the previously loaded parameters (code 1 to 9) can be modified.
- WINDOW
Possible values: from 1 to 99 measurements.
- LIMIT
Possible values: from 1 to 9,999,999 measurement points (internal).
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Default parameter restoration
In case of need, the default parameters can be re-established, according to three independent categories:
Adjustment, setup and installation.
• MEASURE / DEF.PARAM
The first two options require INSTALLER level password entry.
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ADJUSTMENT
Restoration of factory default metrology adjustment.
SETTING
Restoration of factory default metrology settings.
INSTALL
Restoring the default zero, filtering and stability parameters.
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Option configuration and implementation
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The delivered µSD card (µSD/option card) allows access to the option configuration menu. See “Options and
accessories”, page 14.
The optional functions available for the i 40 indicator are:
• Data Storage Device memory (DSD). This option does not require any configuration.
• Parameter storage memory. This option does not require any configuration.
• RS232 link on COM2.*
• Serial USB link.*
• TCP/IP Ethernet network.
• CAN open field bus.
• Other field buses.
• Analog output.
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RS232 link on COM2*
Access the option:
• PARAMETERS / COM2
The configuration is done in the same way as for the standard link on COM1.See “Standard links”, page 36.
O The COM2 port can not be configured as RS 485 link.
* Not available on i 40-PM and i 40-DR versions.
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USB link*
• PARAMETERS / USB / PROTOCOL
- SLAVE A
ID no.
Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
WEIGHT.TYPE
Normal HR.
CONFD.FRAME
Block No.: Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
Active: Y/N.
CHECKSUM
Y/N.
- MASTER A
SEND MODE
Periodic, At stability
PERIOD
If periodic send mode.
Value (in ms) to be entered. The actual value is greater than or equal to the period
entered if it is short and if the system load is significant.
STABILITY
If send mode at stability.
Value (in weight unit) to be entered.
ID No.
Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
WEIGHT.TYPE
Normal HR.
CONFD.FRAME
Block No.: Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
Active: Y/N.
CHECKSUM
Y/N.
- MODBUS
ID No.
Numeric value to be entered (from 0 to 99).
ADDRESS
Possible exchange table base address offset (from 0 to 65535).
- NONE
* Not available on i 40-PM and i 40-DR versions.
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Ethernet network
1. Basic link parameters: See “Configuration Ethernet link”, page 38.
2. Protocol:
• PARAMETERS / ETHERNET / PROTOCOL
The communication with the following protocols use port No. 11001.
- SLAVE A
ID No.
Numeric value to be entered.
WEIGHT.TYPE
Normal HR.
CONFD.FRAME
Block No.: Numeric value to be entered.
Active: Y/N.
CHECKSUM
Y/N.
- MASTER A
SEND MODE
Periodic, At stability.
PERIOD
Only if "Periodic". Value (in ms) to be entered.
STABILITY
Only if "At stability". Value (weight unit) to be entered.
ID No.
Numeric value to be entered.
WEIGHT.TYPE
Normal HR.
CONFD.FRAME
Block No.: Numeric value to be entered.
Active: Y/N.
CHECKSUM
Y/N.
- NONE
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CANopen bus
• PARAMETERS / CAN
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ID No.
Indicator's address on the CANopen bus: from1 to 31.
SPEED
Select a speed: 10, 20, 50, 125, 250 or 500 kb/s.
Other field bus
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PROFIBUS-DP
• PARAMETERS / PROFIBUS
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ID No.
Numeric value to be entered.
SPEED
Select a speed: 9.6 kb/s, 19.2 kb/s, 93.75 kb/s, 187.5 kb/s, 500 kb/s, 1.5 Mb/s, 3 Mb/s,
6 Mb/s, 12 Mb/s, 31.25 Mb/s or 45.45 Mb/s.
MOTOROLA
If YES (default value), the information is sent over the field bus, highest weight byte
first, which is according to big-endian mode (used by Motorola processors).
If NO, the information is sent by lowest weight byte first which is according to littleendian mode.
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DeviceNet
• PARAMETERS / DEVICENET
ID No.
Numeric value to be entered.
SPEED
Select a speed: 125, 250 or 500 kb/s.
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TCP Modbus Ethernet
• PARAMETERS / MODBUS TCP
DHCP
If YES, dynamic IP address configuration: an IP address and a subnet mask are
assigned by a DHCP server.
If NO (default value), IP address static configuration: The IP address and subnet mask
are entered in the following parameters.
IP ADDRESS
If the previous parameter is no, enter the indicator's static IP address.
If the previous parameter is yes, the dynamic IP address is assigned by a DHCP server
after the indicator's restart.
NETMASK
If the DHCP parameter is no, enter the subnet mask value.
If the DHCP parameter is yes, the subnet mask value is assigned by a DHCP server
after the indicator's restart.
To configure this parameter to a particular value, contact your local network
administrator.
GATEWAY
If the DHCP parameter is no, enter the gateway's IP address.
If the DHCP parameter is yes, the gateway's IP address is assigned by a DHCP server
after the indicator's restart.
To configure this parameter to a particular value, contact your local network
administrator.
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EtherNet/IP
• PARAMETERS / ETH IP
Same parameters as those of the TCP Modbus Ethernet field bus, except the DHCP default value: YES.
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Analogue output
• PARAMETERS / ANALOG OUT/
OUT MODE
Choose mode 0-10 V or 4-20 mA.
• PARAMETERS / ANALOG OUT/
OUT WEIGHT
Depending on the value of this parameter, the analog size is the gross or net weight measured by the
indicator.
• PARAMETERS / ANALOG OUT/
OUT I/O CALIBR.
In general, the calibration is not necessary (the interface is factory set). However, executing this
procedure ensures the best accuracy.
Equipped with a calibrated and undergone a currently valid check measuring instrument (voltmeter /
ammeter).
Procedure
- Measure the output size value,
- enter it for each adjustment points (1 point in 0-10V mode, 2 points in 4-20mA mode).
0-10 V Position
Adjustment point
10 V
Weight
Pmax
Measured value (V)
V 10
Entry
V 10
Weight
0
Measured value (mA)
I4
Entry
I4
Pmax
I 20
I 20
Mode 4-20 mA
Adjustment point
4 mA
20 mA
O The
0-4mA range allows sending negative values.
= 10 kg.)
(Example: up to - 2,5 kg if P
max
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Checking installed options
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During power-up or reboot, press this button. The equipment shows the list of installed options
and then starts in operating mode.
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Technical assistance
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O The functions grouped in the SERVICE submenu are reserved for repairers.
All options in this section require INSTALLER level password entry.
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Viewing technical recordings
Three types of data are recorded: Overloads, weighings and tickets.
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Overloads
An overload occurs when the weight exceeds the threshold: Maximum capacity + 7 divisions.
The maximum value reached is stored as overload value. Overload ends when the weight returns below the
maximum capacity.
Counter-Totalizer
• SERVICE / OVERLOADS / TOTAL NBR
Counter reset to zero can be made with CNTR RESET option. See “Reset the counters to zero”,
page 56.
Overloads
• SERVICE / OVERLOADS / 1..OVERLOAD
If the number of overloads is not zero, the items 1. OVERLOAD to 9. OVERLOAD indicate the
conditions of 9 most significant overloads.
Values displayed by overload:
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DD/MM/YYYY
Overload date.
HH:MM:SS
Overload time.
Numerical value
Maximum weight measured during overload.
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Weighings
Counter-Totalliser
• SERVICE / WEIGHING / WEIGH. CNTR
This counter shows the number of all weighings performed. (A weighing is triggered each time the
minimum range is exceeded following a reset condition).
Counter reset to zero can be made with CNTR RESET option. See “Reset the counters to zero”,
page 56.
Level
• SERVICE / WEIGHING / LEVEL 1 3
Three thresholds (number of weighings) can be defined for monitoring the number of weighings:
LEVEL 1,
1 LEVEL 2,
2 LEVEL 3
Thus, depending on the number of weighings reached, the user can be warned of the need to check his
equipment. In operating mode, exceeding level 1, 2 or 3 threshold weighing counter triggers the display
of a warning for about 30s at power up:
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR RESELLER
LEVEL
1
2
3
Display colour
Blue on white background
Red on white background
Black on red background
Once the 30s display period has elapsed, the warning never prevents the equipment's operation
regardless of its level.
Only non-zero thresholds are accepted. If all thresholds are zero, no monitoring of the number of
weighings took place.
Cumulative weight
• SERVICE / WEIGHING / WEIGH.TOTAL
Record the cumulative weight of all weighings made.
Reset this recording can be done by the CNTR RESET option. See “Reset the counters to zero”,
page 56.
%
Reset the counters to zero
• SERVICE / CNTR RESET
The counters for the number of overloads, the number of weighings and the cumulative weight are reset.
The overload recordings 1.OVERLOAD to 9.OVERLOAD are also erased.
$
Taring
• SERVICE / TARING
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ACTIVE
Indicator's normal operation.
INACTIVE
The tare function is disabled in operating mode: The net weight weighing can not be
done.
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Saving – Restoration on memory card
%
Saving the parameters
• SERVICE / SD CARD / CONFIG / I40->SD
I40 SD
The system requests a confirmation for the operation: CONFIRM
YES
The parameters are saved on the µSD memory card.
NO
Abort the operation.
%
Restoration of parameters
• SERVICE / SD CARD / CONFIG / SD->I40
SD I40
The system requests a confirmation for the operation: CONFIRM
$
YES
The parameters are restored from the µSD memory card. (They become the indicator's
active parameters).
NO
Abort the operation.
Remote operations by Ethernet link
1. Establish the Ethernet interface configuration. See “Configuration Ethernet link”, page 38.
2. Establish the physical connection between the indicator and a PC:
- Either directly by RJ45 cable (point-to-point, crossed cable),
- Or via a local network.
3. Start the indicator by selecting the desired work mode:
- In operating mode, only weight display is allowed;
- In configuration mode, depending on the user connection profile, the INSTALLER or OPERATOR level
configuration options can be reached.
4. Connect to the indicator via a web browser. To do this, depending on the network configuration, enter in the
Web browser address bar:
- Either the indicator's host name HOST NAME (default value: X112),
- Or its IP address (default value: 192.168.0.100).
Access to this screen can be obtained in all indicator's
operating modes.
• Once the connection is made, the welcome screen
is shown.
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Access to this screen can only be obtained after having
started the indicator in configuration mode.
• By clicking on the welcome screen's CONFIG link,
the configuration mode menu is available.
• From this screen, it is possible to save the
indicator's configuration parameters on the PC, or to
restore them.
Access to this screen can only be obtained after having
started the indicator in configuration mode and be logged
in at INSTALLER level.
• All configuration mode options are accessible, for
example, view the overloads.
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Menu Guide
Configuration
Connection
Option / Parameter
Entry
%
Fault
$
8
Possible value
MENU
LOGIN
OPERATOR
0-9
OPERATOR
password
0-9
INSTALLER
password
INSTALLER
PASSWORD
OPERATOR
OLD
0 - 9 Old password
NEW
0 - 9 1st stroke
CONFIRM
0 - 9 2nd stroke
INSTALLER
OLD
0 - 9 Old password
NEW
0 - 9 1st stroke
CONFIRM
0 - 9 2nd stroke
EXIT
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Option / Parameter
Entry
Application
Fault
%
Possible value
APPLICATION
THRESHOLD 1
ACTIVE
<>
YES
●
<>
NO
●
<>
NET
<>
GROSS
<>
> = WEIGHT
<>
< = WEIGHT
WEIGHT
ACTION
●
...
...
...
THRESHOLD 4
ACTIVE
<>
YES
●
<>
NO
●
<>
NET
<>
GROSS
<>
> = WEIGHT
<>
< = WEIGHT
WEIGHT
ACTION
●
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Parameters
Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (1/13)
Possible value
LANGUAGE
●
<>
ENGLISH
<>
FRENCH
<>
NONE
<>
LOW
DISPLAY UNIT
BRIGHTNESS
<>
MEDIUM
●
<>
HIGH
●
<>
WHITE
<>
YELLOW
<>
PINK
<>
RED
<>
CYAN
<>
GREEN
<>
BLUE
<>
OFF
<>
ON
COLOR
ECO MODE
●
DATE / TIME
DATE
0 - 9 Current date
HOUR
0 - 9 Current time
KEYBOARD
KEY BEEP
●
<>
NONE
<>
LOW
<>
MEDIUM
<>
HIGH
<>
YES
<>
NO
LOCKING
●
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• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (2/13)
Option / Parameter
COM 1
Possible Mode
(i)
REMOTE DISPLAY
D20
STANDARD / ADVANCED
D200
STANDARD / ADVANCED
D570
STANDARD / ADVANCED
ABC06
STANDARD / ADVANCED
ABC57
STANDARD / ADVANCED
SLAVE A
STANDARD / ADVANCED
MASTER A
STANDARD / ADVANCED
MODBUS
STANDARD / ADVANCED
PC / PLC
NONE
(i) Same menu options for COM1 or COM2 (except specified otherwise).
O The
standard parameters can be viewed: Once the peripheral selection is made with the
STANDARD option, repeat the selection with the ADVANCED option without validating any
parameter (exit with ESC).
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Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (3/13)
- Advanced parameters: Peripheral on COM1*
Possible value
ADVANCED
FORMAT(i)
SPEED
●
<>
300
<>
1200
<>
2400
<>
4800
<>
9600
<>
19200
<>
38400
<>
115200
<>
8
<>
7
<>
NONE
<>
ODD
<>
EVEN
<>
2
<>
1
<>
RS 232
<>
RS 485
NUMBER OF BITS
●
PARITY
●
NBR STOP BITS
●
Option not available on COM2
RS 232 / 485
●
(i) Same option and sub-options for all peripherals:
- Remote display
- PC / Controller.
* Same menu options for COM1 or COM2 (except specified otherwise).
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Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (4/13)
- Advanced parameters: Remote display on COM1*
Possible value
ADVANC
ED
PROTOCOL
MASTER A
SENDING MODE
●
<>
PERIODIC
<>
AT STABILITY (1)
PERIOD
0 - 9 Send time period
If (1)
STABILITY
0 - 9 Stability range
IDENTIFICATION NO.
0-9
WEIGHT TYPE
●
<>
NORMAL
<>
HR
CONFIGURABLE FRAME
BLOCK NO.
0-9
ACTIVE
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
CHECKSUM
●
SLAVE A
IDENTIFICATION No.
0-9
WEIGHT TYPE
●
<>
NORMAL
<>
HR
CONFIGURABLE FRAME
BLOCK NO.
0-9
ACTIVE
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
CHECKSUM
●
* Same menu options for COM1 or COM2 (except specified otherwise).
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Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (5/13)
- Advanced parameters: PC or controller on COM1*
Possible value
ADVANCED
SLAVE A
IDENTIFICATION No.
0-9
WEIGHT TYPE
●
<>
NORMAL
<>
HR
CONFIGURABLE FRAME
BLOCK NO.
0-9
ACTIVE
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
PERIODIC
<>
AT STABILITY
CHECKSUM
●
MASTER A
SENDING MODE
●
PERIOD
0 - 9 Send time
STABILITY
0 - 9 Stability range
IDENTIFICATION No.
0-9
WEIGHT TYPE
●
<>
NORMAL
<>
HR
CONFIGURABLE FRAME
BLOCK NO.
0-9
ACTIVE
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
CHECKSUM
●
* Same menu options for COM1 or COM2 (except specified otherwise).
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Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (6/13)
- Advanced parameters: PC or controller on COM1*
Possible value
ADVANCED
MODBUS
IDENTIFICATION No.
0-9
ADDRESS
0-9
* Same menu options for COM1 or COM2 (except specified otherwise).
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Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (7/13)
Possible value
USB
PROTOCOL
SLAVE A
IDENTIFICATION No.
0-9
WEIGHT TYPE
●
<>
NORMAL
<>
HR
CONFIGURABLE FRAME
BLOCK NO.
0-9
ACTIVE
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
PERIODIC
<>
AT STABILITY
CHECKSUM
●
MASTER A
SENDING MODE
●
PERIOD
0 - 9 Send time
STABILITY
0 - 9 Stability range
IDENTIFICATION No.
0-9
WEIGHT TYPE
●
<>
NORMAL
<>
HR
CONFIGURABLE FRAME
BLOCK No.
0-9
ACTIVE
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
CHECKSUM
●
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i 40 Indicator
Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (8/13)
Possible value
USB
PROTOCOL
MODBUS
IDENTIFICATION
No.
0-9
ADDRESS
0-9
NONE
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Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (9/13)
Possible value
ETHERNET
HOST NAME
0 - 9 Host name
DHCP
●
<>
ACTIVE
<>
INACTIVE
IP ADDRESS
0 - 9 IP Address
MASK
0 - 9 Subnet mask
GATEWAY
0-9
Gateway
address
PROTOCOL
SLAVE A
IDENTIFICATION No.
0-9
WEIGHT TYPE
●
<>
NORMAL
<>
HR
CONFIGURABLE
FRAME
BLOCK No.
0-9
ACTIVE
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
CHECKSUM
●
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i 40 Indicator
Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (10/13)
Possible value
<>
PERIODIC
<>
AT STABILITY
ETHERNET
PROTOCOL
MASTER A
SENDING MODE
●
PERIOD
0 - 9 Send time
STABILITY
0 - 9 Stability range
IDENTIFICATION No.
0-9
WEIGHT TYPE
●
<>
NORMAL
<>
HR
CONFIGURABLE
FRAME
BLOCK No.
0-9
ACTIVE
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
●
<>
NO
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
●
CHECKSUM
I200
COMPATIBILITY
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Entry
Option / Parameter
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (11/13)
Possible value
0-9
Indicator's CAN
address
<>
10 kb/s
<>
20 kb/s
<>
50 kb/s
<>
125 kb/s
<>
250 kb/s
<>
500 kb/s
CAN
IDENTIFICATION NO.
SPEED
●
PROFIBUS-DP
IDENTIFICATION NO.
0-9
SPEED
●
<>
Automatic
<>
9.6 kb/s
<>
19.2 kb/s
<>
93.75 kb/s
<>
187.5 kb/s
<>
500 kb/s
<>
1.5 Mb/s
<>
3 Mb/s
<>
6 Mb/s
<>
12 Mb/s
<>
31.25 Mb/s
<>
45.45 Mb/s
<>
YES
<>
NO
MOTOROLA
●
DEVICENET
IDENTIFICATION NO.
0-9
SPEED
●
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<>
125 kb/s
<>
250 kb/s
<>
500 kb/s
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i 40 Indicator
Entry
Option / Parameter
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (12/13)
Possible value
<>
YES
<>
NO
TCP MODBUS ETHERNET
DHCP
●
IP ADDRESS
0 - 9 IP Address
MASK
0 - 9 Subnet mask
GATEWAY
0-9
Gateway
address
<>
YES
<>
NO
ETHERNET / IP
DHCP
●
IP ADDRESS
0 - 9 IP Address
MASK
0 - 9 Subnet mask
GATEWAY
0-9
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Gateway
address
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Entry
Option / Parameter
Fault
• Option detail MENU / PARAMETERS (13/13)
●
<>
ACTIVE 1
<>
ACTIVE 0
<>
ACTIVE 1
<>
ACTIVE 0
<>
ACTIVE 1
<>
ACTIVE 0
<>
4 - 20 mA
<>
0 - 10 V
<>
NET
<>
GROSS
Possible value
I/O
INPUT 1
LOGIC
INPUT 2
LOGIC
●
OUTPUT 1
LOGIC
●
OUTPUT 2
Same as Output 1
OUTPUT 3
Same as Output 1
OUTPUT 4
Same as Output 1
ANALOG OUTPUT
MODE
●
WEIGHT
●
CALIBRATION
(i)
4 mA
0 - 9 Minimum output value
20 mA
0 - 9 Maximum output value
CALIBRATION(ii)
10 V
0 - 9 Maximum output value
(i) If mode 4-20mA.
(ii) If mode 0-20mA.
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Measurement
Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / MEASUREMENT (1/4)
Possible value
SETTINGS
CLASS
<>
CLASS II
<>
CLASS III
<>
CLASS IIII
<>
ML
<>
DPS
<>
HML
<>
kg
<>
g
<>
t
<>
lb
1
1-3
1 to 3
●
<>
MULTI-DIVISION
<>
MULTI-RANGE
●
RANGE
USAGE
●
UNIT
●
NUMBER OF RANGES
MULTI-PURPOSE
RANGE 1
MAXIMUM
CAPACITY
0 - 9 Capacity value
DIVISION
0 - 9 Division value
POINTS PER
DIVISION (1)
10
0-9
Number of points per
division:
RANGE 2
Same as Range 1,
except (1)
RANGE 3
Same as Range 1,
except (1)
MINIMUM CAPACITY
0 - 9 Minimum capacity value
GRAVITY
ALTITUDE
0 - 9 Location's altitude (m)
LATITUDE
0 - 9 Location's latitude (m)
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Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / MEASUREMENT (2/4)
Possible value
ADJUSTMENT
OFFSET
LINEARISATION
ZERO
-
Weighed value
NB SEGMENTS
1
1-6
SEGMENT 1
STANDARD
WEIGHT
0-9
Standard weight
value
-
Weighed value
SEGMENT 1
...
...
...
SEGMENT 6
Same as
Segment 1
WITHOUT
STANDARD
WEIGHT
ZERO/SLOPE
SENSOR
SENSITIVITY
2
0 - 9 mV/V
0
0-9
0
0-9
0
0 - 9 Weight at zero
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
0-9
1st - 2nd point weight
difference
NOMINAL LOAD
Sensor's nominal
load
TARE
UNLOADED
ZERO 1 POINT
UNLOADING
1st NEW
CONFIRMATION
2nd
POINT
DIFFERENCE
0
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i 40 Indicator
Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / MEASUREMENT (3/4)
Possible value
INSTALLATION
USER ZERO
0 - 9 Value in % of range
ZERO TRACKER
●
<>
INACTIVE
<>
ACTIVE GROSS
<>
ACTIVE GROSS/NET
<>
YES
<>
NO
AUTO ZERO
ACTIVATION
●
TIME DELAY
0 - 9 0 to 65000 ms
INITIAL ZERO
LOW LIMIT
0 - 9 Value in % of range
HIGH LIMIT
0 - 9 Value in % of range
CREEP
●
<>
INACTIVE
<>
ACTIVE
FILTERING
CODE
2
0-4
50
0-9
Number of
measurements / s
<>
INACTIVE
<>
AVERAGE
<>
SORT
FREQUENCY
FILTER 1... FILTER 3
TYPE
●
WINDOW
10
0-9
4
0-9
4
0-9
5
0 - 9 Measuring points
STABILITY
CODE
WINDOW
Number of
measurements
LIMIT
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Entry
Option / Parameter
Fault
• Option detail MENU / MEASUREMENT (4/4)
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
Possible value
DEFAULT
PARAMETERS
ADJUSTMENT
CONFIRMATION
ADJUSTMENT
CONFIRMATION
●
INSTALLATION
CONFIRMATION
●
VERIFICATION
-
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i 40 Indicator
%
Service
Option / Parameter
Entry
Fault
• Option detail MENU / SERVICE (1/2)
Possible value
OVERLOADS
TOTAL NUMBER
-
Display of total number of
overloads
1st OVERLOAD
<>
Recording display on several
pages
...
9th
...
OVERLOAD
<>
Same as 1st overload
WEIGHINGS
WEIGHING COUNTER
-
Total weighing number display
Level 1
0 - 9 Level 1 threshold
LEVEL 2
0 - 9 Level 2 threshold
LEVEL 3
0 - 9 Level 3 threshold
TOTAL WEIGHT OF WEIGHINGS
-
All weighings cumulative
weight display
RESET COUNTERS TO ZERO(i)
CONFIRMATION
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
ACTIVE
<>
INACTIVE
TARING
●
(i) Reset overload and weighings counters and accumulated weight.
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Entry
Option / Parameter
Fault
• Option detail MENU / SERVICE (2/2)
●
<>
YES
<>
NO
<>
YES
<>
NO
Possible value
SD CARD
CONFIGURATION
I40 - SD
CONFIRMATION
SD - I40
CONFIRMATION
●
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Notes
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