Coin Counting Scale
Adam Equipment CC EU Coin Count Scale Software revision 3.75 Includes change to the way the bag keys are used to account for a small (Bag1) and large (Bag2) weight and using more than one bag at a time. © Adam Equipment Company 2017
Easy Reference: Model name of the scale: Serial number of the unit: Software revision number (Displayed when power is first turned on): Date of Purchase: Name of the supplier and place:
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CONTENTS P.N. 9659, Revision C, February 2017 1.0
INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................... 3
1.1
FEATURES ........................................................................................................... 3
2.0
SET UP ..................................................................................................................... 4
2.1
LOCATING AND PROTECTING YOUR SCALE ................................................... 4
2.2
DISPLAY WINDOWS ............................................................................................ 5
2.3
KEY DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................................... 6
2.4
SELECT EURO or STERLING COINS .................................................................. 8
2.5
BATTERY CHARGING .......................................................................................... 9
2.6
BACKLIGHT OPERATION .................................................................................... 9
2.7
TEMPORARY WEIGHT DISPLAY ........................................................................ 9
2.8
SETTING DATE AND TIME .................................................................................. 9
3.0
BASIC OPERATION ............................................................................................... 11
3.1
ZEROING THE DISPLAY .................................................................................... 11
3.2
TARING ............................................................................................................... 11
3.3
BAG WEIGHT TARING ....................................................................................... 12
3.3.1
Storing new bag weights .............................................................................. 12
3.4
COIN COUNTING ............................................................................................... 14
3.5
MEMORY ACCUMULATIONS ............................................................................ 14
3.6
MEMORY RECALL ............................................................................................. 16
4.0
SERIAL INTERFACE .............................................................................................. 17
4.1
PRINTING ........................................................................................................... 17
4.2
INPUT COMMANDS ........................................................................................... 20
5.0
PARAMETERS ....................................................................................................... 21
5.1
SETTING COIN WEIGHT .................................................................................... 21
5.1.1
Procedure ..................................................................................................... 22
5.2
DETERMINING NEW COIN, TOKEN or BAG WEIGHTS ................................... 24
5.2.1
Procedure ..................................................................................................... 24
5.3
SECURED FEATURES ....................................................................................... 25
5.4
WEIGHING PARAMETER FUNCTIONS ............................................................. 26
5.4.1
F1- Baud Rate Setting ................................................................................... 26
5.4.2
F2- PARITY ................................................................................................... 28
5.4.3
F3- SLEEP .................................................................................................... 29
5.4.4
F4- Weight Calibration ................................................................................... 30
5.4.5
F5- Access Code Number ............................................................................. 31
5.4.6
F6- Language ................................................................................................ 32
6.0
SECURE PARAMETERS ....................................................................................... 34
6.1
SETTING UP SECURED PARAMETERS ........................................................... 34
6.1.1
F7- ENABLE EURO / STERLING CHANGE USING THE [€/£] KEY ............. 35
6.1.2
F8- Denomination Values .............................................................................. 35
6.1.3
F9- Linearity Calibration ................................................................................ 37
6.1.4
F10- Factory Calibration Value ...................................................................... 39
6.2
OTHER SETTINGS ............................................................................................. 41
6.2.1
Restore Factory Calibration .......................................................................... 41
6.2.2
Shortcut to Calibration without using Functions............................................ 41
7.0
ERROR MESSAGES .............................................................................................. 42
8.0
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................. 43
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1.0 INTRODUCTION The CC Coin Counting Scale provides accurate, fast and versatile method of
counting coins and determining the value of a group of coins. It can also be
used to count tokens with a weight that is determined by the user.
1.1
FEATURES CCEU-20




Weighing
Automatic tare
Coin/token Counting
Memory Accumulation
 Stainless steel weighing platform
 Level indicator with adjustable
leveling feet
 Colour coded, sealed, keypad
 Large liquid crystal displays (LCD)
 Displays for Denomination, Quantity
and TOTAL value
 Battery operated for portability
 50+ hours battery life when fully
charged
 The scales can be upgraded when
new coins are released
 Tokens can be counted
 Standard bi-directional RS-232 ,
optional USB interface
 Date and time printed
 Select Euro or Sterling
Denominations
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2.0 SET UP 2.1 LOCATING AND PROTECTING YOUR SCALE In order to keep your balance functioning at its best we suggest that you do the following: Avoid extremes of temperature. Do not place in direct sunlight or near air conditioning vents. Make sure the scale is located on a strong table and free from vibration. Avoid unstable power sources. Do not operate near large
users of electricity such as welding equipment or large
motors. Do not let the balance battery go flat – if you are not using it for a long time you should charge the battery up
periodically to make sure the battery dose not lose its
charge. Keep free from vibration. Do not place near heavy or
vibrating machinery. Avoid high humidity that might cause condensation, and
keep away from direct contact with water. Do not place near open windows, air‐conditioning vents or fans that may cause a draught and unstable readings. Keep the scales clean, and do not stack material on the scale
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2.2 DISPLAY WINDOWS The Denomination window shows the current denomination that has been
selected, an arrow will indicate when the scale is at zero (ZERO) and when
the weight is stable (STAB) or if the scale has been tared (Net) and is
displaying a net weight. An arrow will show if a bag weight has been
selected.
EURO or STERLING Display
The left most digit will show a symbol for Euro (E) when selected.
example:
For
E 0.50
When the scale has been changed to show Sterling coins the coin value will
shift to the left digits and the Pounds Sterling symbol (P) will be on the right
digit.
0.50 P
The QTY (Quantity) window displays the number of coins counted. An arrow
will show whether the weight of Euro style coins (€ Euro) or Sterling style
coins (£ Sterling) was used to count them.
The TOTAL window shows the value of the coins counted. An arrow will also
indicate when a value has been stored in memory (MEMORY).
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2.3 KEY DESCRIPTIONS The keypad has 20 keys.
countries or applications.
Other keypads may be used for different
The following are used for parameter entry:
Function
[Total]
[MC]
, ENTER for completing an entry

, move to the next parameter
[Z/T]Esc Esc, Escape back to normal operation
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Other Keys are:
[0.01] up to
[2.00] and
[T1] & [T2]
keys
Select the denomination of coins or tokens to be counted.
[0] to [9] keys Numeric keys to set values during special applications.
[CE]
[€ / £]
Used to clear a coin denomination.
Toggles between using Euro and Pound Sterling coin
weights when determining the quantity and value of coins on
the scale. An arrow in the Quantity window and an “E” or
“P” in the denomination display indicates the selection. See
section 2.4.
Will perform a preset tare of a weight stored for these keys.
[Bag1] or
[Bag2]
[M+]
[MR]
[Total]
If the scale has had container already stored then the preset
weight of the bag will be added to the previously stored
value. i.e. if a container of 500g was tared and the [Bag1]
key is pressed (stored weight of 10g) the tare value will be
510g.
Enters a new entry into memory.
The memory will
accumulate up to 99 entries. Tokens cannot be added to
memory with coins. If nothing is in memory then tokens can
be added but an error would be shown if both tokens and
coins are added to memory.
Recalls the separate entries from memory.
Recalls the total value stored in memory
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[MC]
[Print]
[Z/T] Esc
Clears the memory. If [MR] has been used to recall the
individual samples stored, then [MC] can be used to clear
them from memory. [MC] will erase the complete contents of
the memory only when the total is displayed (irrespective of
whether [Total /] or [MR] is pressed when the final total is
displayed).
Print and display a complete record of all data stored in
memory.
When the weight on the scale is within ±2% of the zero at
power on, pressing [Z/T]Esc will set the scale to zero. If it
is outside this range then the Tare function will set the display
to zero. Once tared, any item placed in the container, the scale
will display the Net weight only.
When setting parameters pressing [Z/T]Esc will resumes
normal operation without changes.
2.4 SELECT EURO OR STERLING COINS  If the scale has been set to allow a change in the coins set used,
(see section 6.11), the scale can be set to either count Euro Coins or
Sterling Coins. The coins cannot be mixed. Therefore the scale must
be set at power on to count one type or the other.
 During power on the displays will show the coin type currently
selected. To change the coin type press the [€/£] key while the coin
type is shown. The Type of coin will be changed and the display will
show the coin type selected.
 If the scale has been set to only count one type of coin pressing the
[€/£] key will be ignored.
 During normal operation the [€/£] key will have no effect.
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2.5 BATTERY CHARGING  The scale has an internal rechargeable lead acid battery. This
battery will allow more than 50 hours of operation when fully charged
or less if the backlight is on.
 The Denomination display will show an arrow above the battery
symbol when the battery needs to be re-charged. The battery should
be charged as soon as possible. There is approximately 1/2 hour
service still available when the indicator first appears. If the battery is
not recharged in this time the power to the scale will be turned off to
protect the battery from getting damaged.
2.6 BACKLIGHT OPERATION  The LCD display has a backlight that operates automatically. To
maximise the battery life it may be necessary to turn the backlight
off.
 Hold the [Print] key for 4 seconds to enter the backlight control
mode. Use the [MC] key to change the setting for the backlight to
OFF, ON (set to on for full time) or AUTO (set to on only when there
is a weight on the scale).
2.7 TEMPORARY WEIGHT DISPLAY  Press and hold the [CE] key for 4 seconds for the display to change
the weight in the Denomination window.
 Pressing any key except the [Z/T] Esc and [CE] keys will have no
effect to the operation. Pressing [Z/T] Esc will operate as a Tare
function and [CE] will return the scale to normal operation.
2.8 SETTING DATE AND TIME The Real Time Clock (RTC) is used only for the RS-232 output. The Date
and Time can be set as required. The scale will keep the clock running even
when the power is off.
Setting up the clock
 Press and hold the [CE] key when power is first turned on, release the
key when the revision is displayed. The initial displays show the current
date and time set.
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“ rtC
“ “11,14,06” “16,41,35”
 Press the [CE] key to change the date and time. The display will show
the current time format, “H-m-S”.
 Enter the time using the numeric keys using a 24 hour clock format,
3:41PM is “154100”.
 Press the [Total] key to accept the time. The display will show the
current date format.
 Press the [MC] key to change the date format. Available formats are:
“Y-m-d” year, month, day
“m-d-Y” month, day, year
“d-m-Y” day, month, year
 Press the [Total] key to accept the chosen format and then enter the
date in this format.
 Press the [Total] key to accept the date or press [CE] to clear the
current date and enter a new date using the numeric keys.
An error code will be shown if the time (Err 1) or the date (Err 2) is not the
permissible values. For example, 34th day of a month is an invalid entry.
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3.0 BASIC OPERATION 3.1 ZEROING THE DISPLAY  Press the [Z/T]Esc key to set the zero point from which all
other weighing is measured. This will normally be done only when
the platform is empty. A new zero is set if the scale is already
within ±2% of the original zero at power on.
 When the zero point is obtained the Denomination display will
show an arrow above the zero symbol (ZERO). This indicates the
scale is at the zero condition.
 The scale has an automatic re-zeroing function to account for
minor drifting or accumulation of material on the platform.
However you may need to press [Z/T]Esc to re-zero the scale
whenever a small amount of weight is shown even though the
platform is empty.
3.2
TARING  Taring is used to eliminate the weight of a container so that only
the net weight is displayed.
 Zero the scale by pressing [Z/T]Esc if necessary. The zero
indicator will be on.
 Place an empty container on the platform, a value for its weight
will be displayed.
 Press [Z/T]Esc to zero the scale. The weight is stored as the
tare value. An arrow above the “Net” will be on.
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 When both the product and container are removed the Quantity
and TOTAL display will show bars “- - - - -“ as the weight is below
zero.
 If a different container is to be used, remove this negative tare
value by pressing the [Z/T]Esc key once more.
 Any time the weight is negative, only bars will be shown in the
QTY and TOTAL display “- - - - - “.
3.3
BAG WEIGHT TARING  The scale can be set to automatically tare the weight of bags the coins
are held in. The weight of 2 different bags can be stored in memory and
recalled by the user when required.
 If necessary first tare the scale by pressing the [Z/T]Esc key. If a bag
is used press either the [Bag1] or [Bag2] key. The weight associated
with the bag key will be entered so the scale will use only the weight of
the contents of the bag for determining the count and value of the
contents.
 So if a bag of coins is placed on the scale, the weight of the bag will be
deducted from the total weight, and only the weight of the coins will be
used to determine the number of coins.
 The bag tare will remain active until the [Z/T]Esc key is pressed or a
different preset bag weight is selected.
3.3.1 Storing new bag weights
 To store a new bag weight press and hold the [Bag1] or [Bag2]
key for 4 seconds. The display will show the current bag weight
stored for the key.
“ BAg 1 ” “
12.4”
“g
”
 Press the [CE] key to reset the value desired.
“ BAg 1 ” “
0.0”
“g
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 Use the numeric keys to enter a new unit weight. The numeric
keys are shown with small numbers in the corner of the keys.
“ BAg 1 ” “
6.7”
“g
”
 Press the [Total] key to store the value and return to normal
operation. “SAVE” will be displayed briefly.
Pressing the
Esc
key at any time will return to normal operation
[Z/T]
without any changes being made.
 If a weight of 0.00g is stored the bag weight function is disabled.
 The allowed range of bag weights is 0.0g to 999.9g.
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3.4
COIN COUNTING  To count coins simply place the coins in the container and press
the key corresponding to the value of the coin. The displays will
immediately show the denomination selected in the
Denomination window, the number of coins in the Quantity
window and the value of the coins in the TOTAL window.
 The Scale determines the weight of the coins and divided the
weight by the average weight for the denomination selected. This
determines the Quantity of coins. The total value is the quantity
multiplied by the denomination.
 It is necessary to set an average weight into memory before either
of the token keys [T1] or [T2] can be used. See Sections 5.1 and
5.2 for more details.
3.5
MEMORY ACCUMULATIONS  When the coins have been counted it is possible to store the
results of this sample into memory by pressing [M+].
 The displays will show a number corresponding to the item
number in memory (Denomination display “1”) and the total
quantity of coins counted in memory (Quantity display) and the
total value of coins that have been stored into memory (TOTAL
display).
For Example:
“ 0.20”
“ 285”
“ 57.00”
“ 285”
“ 57.00”
Press [M+]
“ 1 ”
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After 2 seconds the scale will return to normal operation. Put next
batch of coins on the scale, select denomination [R1]
“ 1.00”
“ 108”
“ 108.00”
“ 393”
“ 165.00”
Press [M+]
“ 2 ”
After 2 seconds the scale will return to normal operation. Put next
batch of coins, select denomination [10c]
“ 0.10”
“ 105”
“
10.50”
“ 498”
“ 175.50”
Press [M+]
“ 3 ”
 After 2 seconds the scale will return to normal operation. The
weight on the scale must return to zero before another value is
allowed to be stored into memory.
NOTE: Tokens cannot be added to memory as they do not have a value
associated with them.

If tokens are to be added to memory with coins, an error message
will be displayed:
“ ErrOr ”
“ TYPE”
“
”
After that the scale will return to normal operation.
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3.6
MEMORY RECALL  Pressing the [MR] key will allow you to view each set of data
stored into the memory.
 The first time [MR] is pressed the first set of data is shown with
Denomination window showing “ ≡ 1 ≡” for 1 second followed by
the Denomination, Quantity and TOTAL windows showing the
quantity and value for this first item.
“ 1 ”
“
“
”
“
0.20” “ 285”
“
” for 1 second and then
57.00”
 Pressing [MR] again will show the second set of data.
“ 2 ”
“
“
”
1.00” “ 108”
“
” for 1 second and then
“ 108.00”
 Continue to press [MR] until the total values from the memory are
shown:
“
3 ” “ Total”
“ 175.50”
After 2 seconds the scale will return to normal operation.
 If [MC] is pressed when the total is shown-
“
3 ” “ 498”
“ 175.50” as in the above example,
all data in the memory will be erased. The displays will show Zero
and it will return to normal weighing after 2 seconds.
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4.0 SERIAL INTERFACE The CCEU is supplied with a RS-232 bi-directional interface and a USB serial
interface as an option. Both interfaces send and receive identical information.
See samples below.
Specifications:
RS-232 output of weighing data, optional USB Interface
ASCII code
Adjustable Baud rate, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 and 19200 baud
8 data bits
No Parity
Connector:
RS-232
USB
9 pin D-subminiature socket
Pin 3 Output
Pin 2 Input
Pin 5 Signal Ground
Standard Type B USB
connector
A driver to allow a simple connection from the USB interface to a PC is
available on the Adam Equipment web site.
4.1
PRINTING The scale will output data when the following keys are pressed.
[M+] outputs the current record at the same time as the results are stored in
the memory. See Section 3.4.
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A display produced as shown in the previous example is as follows:
“ 0.20”
“ 285”
“ 57.00”
“ 285”
“ 57.00”
Press [M+]
“ 1 ”
Printed record shows as follows:
Date:
2011/07/05
Time:
12:23:15
Record
1
Bag 1 (6.7g)
Denomination
0.20
Quantity
285
Value
€
57.00
The bag weight is listed only if the Bag 1 or Bag2 key was pressed and the
stored value was greater than 0.0g. The weight is brackets is from the stored
bag weight.
Any time the [Total] key is pressed the current totals held in memory are
printed. After the 2nd weighing in the previous sample, the printed record
shows as follows:
. . . . . . . . . . .
Date:
2011/07/05
Time:
12:23:15
Total
Quantity
498
Total
Value
€
175.50
The [MC] key is active when the total values are displayed. If [MC] is
pressed the memory will be cleared.
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After 2 seconds the scale will return to normal operation.
The [Print] key will record a list of all sets of data stored in the memory and
the total amounts. For the sample above, the printed record is:
Date:
Time:
2011/07/05
12:23:15
Record
1
Bag 1 (6.7g)
Denomination 0.20
Quantity
285
Value
€
57.00
Shows examples of a bag weight being used (record 1 & 2), or not used (record 3) in each of the samples. Record
2
Bag 2 (14.2g)
Denomination 1.00
Quantity
108
Value
€ 108.00
Record
3
Denomination 0.10
Quantity
105
Value
€
10.50
. . . . . . . . . . .
Total
Quantity
498
Total
Value
€
175.50
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4.2 INPUT COMMANDS The following commands duplicate the functions of keys. All commands are
terminated by carriage return/line feed.
Z
Same as [Z/T]Esc key. Zeros the display.
M+
Same as [M+] key.
P
Same as [Print] key.
T
Same as [Total] key.
MC
Clears memory.
The following are for the factory to set new denominations and coin weights.
The format is to send the key number, followed by the denomination and the
Euro coin weight and then the Sterling coin weight.
ExamplesK01,1.00,3.995,11.971<cr><lf>
1.00 key (assume key 01),
With denomination 1.00, weight of Euro coin =3.995g, weight of Sterling coin=11.971g.
K07,0.20,4.489,2.505<cr><lf>
0.20 key (assume key7),
With denomination 0.20, weight of Euro coin =4.489g, and weight of Sterling coin = 2.505.
K10,T2,1.234,2.456<cr><lf>
Token 3 key (assume key10),
With of a token, number 3, weight of new token = 1.234g and weight of old token = 2.456g.
Key numbers are the same as the numeric entry values shown on the keys,
the 10th key (marked T2) will be key number 10.
The command to store a weight for the bag weights is
BAG1, 3.9<cr><lf>
Will send the weight of 3.9 grams for bag 1.
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5.0 PARAMETERS 5.1
SETTING COIN WEIGHT There are 8 coins and 2 tokens available for the user. Other versions of this
scale may use other combinations. See the Secured Parameters Section
(6.0) for details on how this can be changed.
Each coin has a weight
associated with the Euro style or the Sterling style.
The initial values set for the coins are:
Coin
Denomination
€ (Wt1)
£ (Wt2)
Token1 , T1
0.000
0.000
Token2 , T2
0.000
0.000
0.01
2.30
3.56
0.02
3.06
7.12
0.05
3.92
3.25
0.10
4.10
6.50
0.20
5.74
5.00
0.50
7.80
8.00
1.00
7.50
8.75
2.00
8.50
12.00
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5.1.1 Procedure To enter this section of the program you will need the access code number. It
may be that your manager has changed the default access code number to
another number. The default access code is 0000.
A restore code 4455 will set all coin weights as in the above table.
 Press and hold the [€/£] key and then apply power. Hold the key
down until the display shows:
“ Pin ”
“
”
“
”
Enter the access code (4 numbers) using the numeric keypad. A “-” will be
displayed for each number.
“ Pin
” “ ----”
“
”
 Press the [Total] key. If the access code number was correct it
will advance to the unit weight setting parameter, otherwise it will
return the scale to counting. The first value displayed is the first
token value. The displays show:
denomination unit weight
“
t1 ” “
0.00”
Number of coins in the small bag
“
0”
 To select another denomination press the key for that
denomination. To select either the Euro or Sterling style press the
[€ / £] key. Note the arrow in the Quantity window.
For example the 0.10 (10) key will show:
“
0.10”
“ 4.100”
“
100”
Unit weight is 4.100 grams if the Euro style is selected or 6.500
grams for the Sterling style.
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 Press the [Total] key to reset the values desired. The unit
weight will change to 0.000 and flash.
“
0.10”
“ 0.000”
“
0.00”
 Use the numeric keys to enter a new unit weight. The numeric
keys are shown with small numbers in the corner of the keys.
“
0.10”
“ 4.150”
“
0.00”
 Press [Total] to store the new weight value. “SAVE” will be
displayed briefly.
 Repeat the procedure for any other changes necessary.
 If a printer is connected press the [MR] key to list of all the
denominations and their values.
 At any time press the [Z/T]Esc key to escape the function.
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5.2 DETERMINING NEW COIN, TOKEN OR BAG WEIGHTS The following procedure is used to determine the average weight of coins,
tokens or bags. This can be used to verify the coin weight stored in memory
and to set new weights for tokens.
5.2.1 Procedure  Before beginning have a representative sample of the coins,
tokens or bags to be used. You should have a minimum of 100
coins or as many bags as possible, as the larger the number of
samples the more accurate the average weight will be.
 Set the scale to show weight temporarily by pressing the [CE] key
for 4 seconds. The weight will be displayed until [CE] or any
other key except [Z/T]Esc is pressed to return to normal
operation. The [Z/T]Esc key will continue to function as normal
to zero the display.
 Verify the scale calibration by placing a known weight on the
platform.
 If the scale is not accurate (±1g) it must be re-calibrated before
proceeding. See Section 5.4.3 for calibration details.
 Place the items to be weighed on the scale. If they are in a
container it will be necessary to Tare the weight of the container so
the Quantity display shows zero before placing the items in the
container.
 The Denomination display will show the weight of the samples.
 Determine the average weight by dividing the total weight by the
number of items in the sample.
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 It is then necessary to enter this value (rounded to 3 places:
x.xxx) into memory as above. For example 12883g for 2000
tokens is an average of 6.4415 grams, Enter 6.442 grams.
5.3 SECURED FEATURES The CCEU Coin Counting scale has a number of functions that can only be
accessed by a qualified user.
Two levels of security are available. For the first level of security, a user
password is required to allow the access to change the piece weight for the
different denominations of coins. See Section 5.1.
The second level of security will allow more functions to be set. See section
6.0.
The first level of functions includes:
F1
Baud Rate
F2
Parity
F3
Sleep
F4
Calibration
F5
Access Code Number Setting
F6
Language
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5.4 WEIGHING PARAMETER FUNCTIONS The following functions control the weighing system in the scale. To set these
functions, follow the procedure Turn the scale on while holding the [Total]
release the key.
“ Pin ”
“
”
“
key down and then
“
 Enter the default access code “0000”.
“ Pin ”
“ ---- ”
“
“
 Press the [Total] key. The first function is F1 Baud Rate Setting.
“ F1 ”
“ bAud ”
“ SEt
”
 Press the [MC] key to advance to each of the other functions or
[Z/T]Esc to return to normal operation after running a self-test.
5.4.1 F1‐ Baud Rate Setting To change the baud rate used with the serial interface, follow this procedure.
 When the display is showing:
“ F1 ”
“ bAud ”
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 Press the [Total] key.
“ F1 ”
“ bAud ” “ 1200 ”
Current baud rate
 For setting a new baud rate use the [MC] key to cycle through the
options which are 600, 1200, 2400, 4800 and 9600.
“ F1 ”
“ bAud ” “ 4800 ”
New baud rate
 Press [Z/T]Esc to escape without changes before it is stored or
press the [Total] key to confirm and store the new value.
“ F1 ”
“ bAud ”
“ SEt ”
 To move to the next function press [MC]
“ F2 ”
“ ParitY ”
“ SEt ”
 Or press [Z/T]Esc to return to normal operation.
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5.4.2 F2‐ PARITY To change parity used with the serial interface, follow this procedure.
 When the display is showing:
“ F2 ”
“ ParitY ”
“ SEt ”
 Press the [Total] key.
“ F2 ” “ ParitY ”
“ n81 ”
Current parity, None, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit
 For a new parity setting, use the [MC] key to cycle through the
following options:
n81 Parity = None, 8 data bits and 1 stop bit.
E71 Parity = Even, 7 data bits and 1 stop bit.
o81 Parity = Odd, 7 data bits and 1 stop bit.
“ F2 ”
“ ParitY ”
“ E71”
 Press [Z/T]Esc to escape without changes before it is stored or
press the [Total] key to confirm and store the new value.
“ F2 ”
“ ParitY ”
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 Press [MC] to advance to the next functions
“ F3 ”
“ SLEEP ”
“SEt ”
 Or press [Z/T]Esc to return to normal operation.
5.4.3 F3‐ SLEEP The scale can be set to turn off automatically if it is not being used. The time
can be from 1 to 10 minutes, or disabled. To change the time, follow this
procedure.
 When the display is showing:
“ F3 ”
“ SLEEP ”
“ SEt ”
 Press the [Total] key.
“ F3 ” “ SLEEP ”“
1”
Current setting, 1 minute
 For a new value, use the [MC] key to cycle through the options, 1, 5 or
10 minutes, 0 will disable the automatic turn off function.
 Press [Z/T]Esc to escape without changes before it is stored or
press the [Total] key to confirm and store the new value.
“ F4 ”
“ CAL ”
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5.4.4 F4‐ Weight Calibration To calibrate the scales it is necessary to have a weight suitable to the
capacity of the scale. It should have a mass near to the capacity of the scale,
without exceeding it. For example use 20kg mass to calibrate the CCEU. The
calibration weight should be accurate to assure accuracy of all weighing.
Weights of OIML Class M1 or better should be used. Other values of mass
can be used, see below.
The user calibration must verify the calibration is within 10% of this
calibration. This prevents calibration with no weight on the scale or with
grossly wrong weights.
 When the display is showing:
“ F4 ”
“ CAL
“ SEt ”
”
 Press the [Total] key. The display will show the following:
“ CAL ” “ 0.000 ” “ 12345”
The number in the TOTAL window is the number of internal
counts representing the zero weight, from the analog to digital
converter within the scale.
 Make sure no other weights are on the scale. Press the [Total] key to
set the zero point. The display will show:
“ LoAd ”
“
20”
“ KiLoS”
 If a different mass is required from the one shown press the [CE] key to
clear the value, then enter the value of the calibration mass, i.e. 10
kilograms.
 The display will show:
“ LoAd ”
“
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
Place the calibration weight on the scale.

Press the [Total] key to show the ADC values for this weight.
“ LoAd ”

“
10 ”
“ 345689”
Press the [Total] key to show the ADC values for this weight. The
display will then show:
“ SPAN ” “ PASS ” “
”
 After few seconds it will show the next function.
“
F5 ”
“ ACCES ”
“ CAL ”
 Remove the weight from the scale.
If [Z/T]Esc is pressed during calibration return to normal operation without
doing the calibration.
5.4.5 F5‐ Access Code Number To change the user access code number used to enter the section of the
program for changing coin weights (see Section 5.2) follow this procedure.
This parameter can only be accessed by skipping the F3 Calibration function
by using the [MC] key.
 When the display is showing:
“ F5 ”
“ ACCES ”
“ SEt
”
 Press the [Total] key. The display will show:
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“ Pin 1 ” “
”
“
”
Enter the new access code
“ Pin 1 ” “ - - - -”
“
”
 press the [Total] key to confirm and store the value, The scale
will ask you to repeat the number again for security.
“ Pin 2 ” “
”
“
”
Enter the new access code
“ Pin 2 ” “ - - - -”
“
”
 Press [Z/T]Esc to escape without changes before it is stored
or press the [Total] key to confirm and store the value.
“ F5 ”
“ ACCES ”
“ Set
”
 To return to normal operation press the [Z/T]Esc key.
5.4.6 F6‐ Language The scale can be set to print results in English, German, French or Spanish.
To change the language, follow this procedure.
 When the display is showing:
“ F6 ”
“ LAnG ”
“ SEt ”
“ LAnG ”
“ ENG ”
 Press the [Total] key.
“ F6 ”
Current setting, English
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 For a new setting , use the [MC] key to cycle through the options:
ENG = English
DEU = German
FRA = French
ESP = Spanish
 Press [Z/T]Esc to escape without changes before it is stored or
press the [Total] key to confirm and store the new value.
“ F1 ”
“ baud ”
“ SEt ”
 Press [Z/T]Esc to return to normal operation.
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6.0 SECURE PARAMETERS 6.1 SETTING UP SECURED PARAMETERS The following parameters can only be accessed when the service access
code 9999 is used.
Turn the scale on while holding the [Total] key down and then release the
key.
Key in the Service Access Code as described in section 5.1.1.
The first function shown is F1, the Baud Rate Setting.
“ F1 ”
“ bAud ”
“ SEt ”
This procedure gives access to the following parameters:
F1
Baud Rate Setting
F2
Parity setting
F3
Sleep
F4
Weight Calibration
F5
Access Code Number Setting
F6
Language
F7
Enable the [€/£] key function.
F8
Denomination Setting
F9
Linearity Calibration
These parameters are
set as in section 5.4.
These parameters are
only accessible when
the service access code
is used.
F10 Factory Calibration Values
See Section 5.4 for details of Functions F1 to F6.
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6.1.1 F7‐ ENABLE EURO / STERLING CHANGE USING THE [€/£] KEY The scale can be set to permanently use only Euro or Sterling coins.
Disabling the function of the [€/£] key as described in section 2.4.
 When the display is showing:
“ F7 ”
“ COIn ”
“ SEt ”
 Press the [Total] key.
“ F7 ” “ COIn ” “
USEr ”
Current setting, User select, [€/£] key enabled.
 For a new value, use the [MC] key to cycle through the options:
Select User, Euro or Ster (Sterling)
 Press [Z/T]Esc to escape without changes before it is stored or
press the [Total] key to confirm and store the new value.
“ F8 ”
“ dEm ”
“ Set ”
6.1.2 F8‐ Denomination Values The denomination keys for Europe have values pre-assigned, from 0.01 to
2.00. Plus the 2 token keys can be reassigned also. In total 10 keys can be
used for denominations or tokens. This procedure will allow you to change
the denomination values associated with each key. It may be necessary to
change keypad designs for other denominations.
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 When the display is showing:
“ F8 ”
“ dEM ”
“ SEt ”
Press the [Total] key. The display will show the decimal point
position:
“ Point ”
“AddES”
“
0.00
”
Decimal point current position,
Press the [MC] key. To select either 0.00, 0.0 or 0
 Press [Total] to set the decimal point.
 The displays will show:
“ F8 ”
“ dEM ”
“ kEy ”
 Press the denomination key to be set. Use the keys for the tokens
or for the denominations as needed.
The displays will show:
“ F8 ”
“ K01 ”
“ 0.20 ”
Where the K01 is the key number for the key being used. The
display also shows the denomination currently selected.
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“ F8 ”
“ K08 ”
“
0.02 ”
For example the number 8 key has a value of 0.02.
 To enter a new value for this key position use the numeric keys
and press [Total] to save the new value.
 To set a key position for a token press the [MC] to set T1, T2
etc. up to T8.
 The display will show “SAVE” and then display:
“ F8 ”
“ dEM ”
“ kEy ”
You can select another key if necessary.
When all changes have been made press the [Z/T]Esc key to
return to the parameters. Press [MC] to advance to the next
parameter.
6.1.3 F9‐ Linearity Calibration The display will show:
“
F9”
“LinEr”
“ SEt ”
The linearity of the scale is set by calibrating with 2 masses,
1/2capacity (10kg) and full capacity (20kg).
 Press the [Total] key to enter this function.
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 The display will show the following:
“ CAL ”
“ 0.000 ” “ 12345”
The number in the TOTAL window is the number of internal
counts representing the zero weight, from the analog to digital
converter within the scale.
 Make sure no other weights are on the scale. Press the [Total]
key to set the zero point. The display will show:
“ LoAd 1 ” “
10”
“ 23456”
 Place 10kg mass on the scale and then press the [Total] key
 The display will then show:
“ LoAd ”
20”
“
“ 23456”

Place 20kg mass on the scale and then press the [Total] key

The display will then show:
“ SPAN ” “ PASS ” “

”
After few seconds it will show the next function.
“
F10 ”
“ FACt ”
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6.1.4 F10‐ Factory Calibration Value This calibration is stored in a separate location from the user calibration (F4).
If a scale has been disrupted it is possible to recall this calibration in order to
have a scale that has the original calibration restored.
This calibration can be done at any time without checking for being within
10% of the previous factory calibrations. This value will also overwrite the
user calibration value as set in F3. When the user calibration is performed
the results must agree within 10% of the factory calibration. This prevents
calibration with no weight on the scale or with grossly wrong weights.
 When the display is showing:
“ F10 ”
“ Set ”
“FACt”
Press the [Total] key. The display will show:
“ 0.000 ” “
”
“xxxxxx”
 Make sure no other weights are on the scale.
 Press the [Total] key.
 The displays will show the calibration weight required, equal to the
full scale capacity.
“20.000 ” “
”
“xxxxxx”
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 Place the weight on the scale. When the scale is stable Press the
[Total] key.

The display will then show:
“ SPAN ” “ PASS ” “
”
 The scale will return to the Function menu.
 Press [Z/T]Esc to return to normal operation or [MC]
select a different function.
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6.2 OTHER SETTINGS 6.2.1 Restore Factory Calibration  To restore this calibration value it is necessary to do a simple
procedure. Press and hold the [CE] key down for 3 seconds to put
the scale into a weighing display.
 Press the [Total] key, the scale will beep. The Factory Calibration
will be restored to the balance.
6.2.2 Shortcut to Calibration without using Functions  Switch on the power, display shows software rev, coin set, count
down. Press [MC] during any of this procedure. The scale will to
calibrate the scale without entering the function menu press and
immediately go to the calibration function.
 The display will show the following:
“ CAL ”
“ 0.000 ” “ 12345”
 Proceed with calibration as normal. See section 5.4.4. When
completed the scale will return to normal operation. You cannot
proceed to any other functions from this entry point.
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7.0 ERROR MESSAGES When power is first applied to the scale the software does a self check and
then verifies the voltages from the load cell are acceptable. The display will
show error messages if the voltage is not within certain limits. If these error
messages appear contact your supplier for assistance.
ERROR
CODE
DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Err 1
Error setting a date
Trying to set a date that is not
realistic.
Err 2
Error setting time
Trying to set a time that is not
realistic.
Err 4
Initial Zero is greater than
allowed (typically 4% of the
maximum capacity) when
power is turned on or when
the [Z/T]Esc key is
pressed,
Weight is on the pan when
turning the scale on.
Excessive weight on the pan
when zeroing the scale.
Improper calibration of the
scale.
Damaged load cell.
Damaged Electronics.
Err tYPE
Tokens are not allowed to be Shown when trying to add
added to memory.
tokens to accumulation
memory.
SPAn FAIL HI
Calibration Error
Will show Hi or Lo if the
calibration mass is too large or
small to allow correct
calibration.
Password failed
Password was not correct.
SPAn FAIL Lo
FAIL
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8.0 SPECIFICATIONS CC_EUROPE
Capacity, Max =
20 kg
d=
1g
NOTE: Weight is not displayed except in
the special test program
Tare Range
-20 kg
Working
Temperature
0ºC to 40ºC
Platform
225 x 275mm
Overall
315 x 355 x 110mm
Battery Life
50+ hours typical*
Power
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz., 10 watts
Net Weight
4.1 kg
*Battery Life is less when the optional backlight is used
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
Adam Equipment offers Limited Warranty (Parts and Labour) for the components failed
due to defects in materials or workmanship. Warranty starts from the date of delivery.
During the warranty period, should any repairs be necessary, the purchaser must inform
its supplier or Adam Equipment Company. The company or its authorised Technician
reserves the right to repair or replace the components at any of its workshops
depending on the severity of the problems. However, any freight involved in sending the
faulty units or parts to the service centre should be borne by the purchaser.
The warranty will cease to operate if the equipment is not returned in the original
packaging and with correct documentation for a claim to be processed. All claims are at
the sole discretion of Adam Equipment.
This warranty does not cover equipment where defects or poor performance is due to
misuse, accidental damage, exposure to radioactive or corrosive materials, negligence,
faulty installation, unauthorised modifications or attempted repair or failure to observe
the requirements and recommendations as given in this User Manual. Additionally
rechargeable batteries (where supplied) are not covered under warranty.
Repairs carried out under the warranty does not extend the warranty period.
Components removed during the warranty repairs become the company property.
The statutory right of the purchaser is not affected by this warranty. The terms of this
warranty is governed by the UK law. For complete details on Warranty Information, see
the terms and conditions of sale available on our web-site.
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WEEE 2012/19/EU
This device may not be disposed of in domestic waste. This also applies to countries outside the EU, per their specific requirements. Disposal of batteries (if fitted) must conform to local laws and restrictions. Cet appareil ne peut être éliminé avec les déchets ménagers. L’élimination de la batterie doit être effectuée conformément aux lois et restrictions locales. Dieses Gerät nicht mit dem Hausmüll entsorgt. Dispositivo no puede ser desechado junto con los residuos domésticos Dispositivo non può essere smaltito nei rifiuti domestici. FCC / IC CLASS A DIGITAL DEVICE EMC VERIFICATION STATEMENT NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules and Canadian ICES‐003/NMB‐003 regulation. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 ‐ MANDATORY STATEMENT WARNING: This product includes a sealed lead‐acid battery which contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Adam Equipment products have been tested with, and are always supplied with mains power adaptors which meet all legal requirements for the intended country or region of operation, including electrical safety, interference and energy efficiency. As we often update adaptor products to meet changing legislation it is not possible to refer to the exact model in this manual. Please contact us if you need specifications or safety information for your particular item. Do not attempt to connect or use an adaptor not supplied by us. © Adam Equipment Company 2017 ADAM EQUIPMENT is an ISO 9001:2008 certified global company with more than 40 years’ experience in the production and sale of electronic weighing equipment. Adam products are predominantly designed for the Laboratory, Educational, Health and Fitness, Retail and Industrial Segments. The product range can be described as follows: ‐Analytical and Precision Laboratory Balances ‐Compact and Portable Balances ‐High Capacity Balances ‐Moisture analysers / balances ‐Mechanical Scales ‐Counting Scales ‐Digital Weighing/Check‐weighing Scales ‐High performance Platform Scales ‐Crane scales ‐Mechanical and Digital Electronic Health and Fitness Scales ‐Retail Scales for Price computing For a complete listing of all Adam products visit our website at www.adamequipment.com Adam Equipment Co. Ltd. Maidstone Road, Kingston Milton Keynes MK10 0BD UK Phone:+44 (0)1908 274545 Fax: +44 (0)1908 641339 e‐mail: sales@adamequipment.co.uk Adam Equipment S.A. (Pty) Ltd. 7 Megawatt Road, Spartan EXT 22 Kempton Park, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa Phone +27 (0)11 974 9745 Fax: +27 (0)11 392 2587 e‐mail: sales@adamequipment.co.za Adam Equipment Inc. 1, Fox Hollow Rd. 06478 USA Phone: +1 203 790 4774 Fax: +1 203 792 3406 e‐mail: sales@adamequipment.com Adam Equipment (S.E. ASIA) PTY Ltd 2/71 Tacoma Circuit CANNING VALE 6155 Perth Western Australia Phone: +61 (0) 8 6461 6236 Fax +61 (0) 8 9456 4462 e‐mail: sales@adamequipment.com.au AE Adam GmbH. Instenkamp 4 D‐24242 Felde Germany Phone +49 (0)4340 40300 0 Fax: +49 (0)4340 40300 20 e‐mail: vertrieb@aeadam.de Adam Equipment (Wuhan) Co. Ltd. A Building East Jianhua Private Industrial Park Zhuanyang Avenue Wuhan Economic & Technological Development Zone 430056 Wuhan P.R.China Phone: + 86 (27) 59420391 Fax + 86 (27) 59420388 e‐mail: info@adamequipment.com.cn © Copyright by Adam Equipment Co. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reprinted or translated in any form or by any means without the prior permission of Adam Equipment. Adam Equipment reserves the right to make changes to the technology, features, specifications and design of the equipment without notice. All information contained within this publication is to the best of our knowledge timely, complete and accurate when issued. However, we are not responsible for misinterpretations which may result from the reading of this material. The latest version of this publication can be found on our Website. www.adamequipment.com © Adam Equipment Company 2017 
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