400 Series Digital Indicator Quick Start Manual

400 Series Digital Indicator Quick Start Manual
400 Series
(K401, K402, K403, K491)
Digital Indicator
Quick Start Manual
RI00-603-130
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the products contained in this manual in order to improve
design,
performance or reliability.
The information in this manual is believed to be accurate
in all respects at the time of publication, but is subject to
change without notice. Rinstrum Pty Ltd assumes no
responsibility for any errors or omissions and disclaims
responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use
of the information provided herein.
Quick Start - Software Version 1.x & 2.x
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. 3
1.1. Manuals....................................................................... 3
1.2. Shipping Contents ....................................................... 3
2. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................... 4
3. WARNINGS...................................................................................... 5
3.1. General ....................................................................... 5
3.2. Configuration Issues.................................................... 5
4. INSTALLATION ............................................................................... 6
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
Electrical Safety .......................................................... 6
Panel Mount Template ................................................ 6
Function Keys ............................................................. 6
Optical Communications ............................................. 7
5. CONNECTIONS ............................................................................... 8
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.
5.6.
Cable Connections ...................................................... 8
DC Power (DC PWR +, DC PWR –) ........................... 8
Load Cell Connection .................................................. 8
Auxiliary Connections................................................ 10
Connecting Shields ................................................... 12
Regulatory Sealing Requirements............................. 13
6. INSTRUMENT SETUP ................................................................... 14
6.1.
6.2.
6.3.
6.4.
6.5.
6.6.
Calibration Counter ................................................... 14
Access Full Setup ..................................................... 15
Access Safe Setup.................................................... 15
Exit Full or Safe Setup............................................... 15
Using Menus ............................................................. 15
Settings (* K402 only)................................................ 16
7. ACCESSORY MODULES .............................................................. 29
7.1.
7.2.
7.3.
7.4.
7.5.
7.6.
General ..................................................................... 29
Inputs ........................................................................ 30
Outputs ..................................................................... 31
Analog Output ........................................................... 32
Communications ....................................................... 32
Ethernet Module........................................................ 33
8. ERROR MESSAGES ..................................................................... 35
8.1.
8.2.
8.3.
8.4.
Overview ................................................................... 35
Weighing Errors ........................................................ 35
Setup Errors .............................................................. 36
Calibration Errors ...................................................... 37
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8.5. Diagnostic Errors....................................................... 38
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1. Introduction
This manual contains information on the installation, calibration and
setup of the Indicator.
1.1. Manuals
For more information on the indicator refer to the Reference
Manual and Operator Manual.
1.2. Shipping Contents
The following table identifies the items shipped with indicators.
Please check that your packing box contains the specified items.
Standard Indicator
Stainless Steel Indicator
• Digital Weighing Indicator
• Digital weighing Indicator
• Operator Manual
• Operator Manual
• Quick Start Manual
• Quick Start Manual
• Trade Label (plastic)
• Trade Label (plastic)
• Panel Mount Template
• Function Key Overlay Stickers
• Function Key Overlay Stickers • Trade Label (metal foil)
• M16 Cable Gland Sealing Plug
Other Items (Optional)
There are many optional accessories for this indicator. These include:
• Mounting options
• Power supply options
• Expansion modules (which supply additional comms ports, I/O,
analog output, etc)
• Opto-link temporary connection
• PC based configuration tool
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2.
Performance
Resolution
Zero Cancellation
Span Adjustment
Stability/Drift
Excitation
A/D Type
Operating
Environment
Case Materials
Packing Weights
Digital
Display
Specifications
Up to 100,000 divisions, minimum of 0.25µV/division
+/- 2.0mV/V
0.1mV/V to 3.0mV/V
Zero: < 0.1µV/°C (+ 8ppm of deadload max)
Span < 8 ppm/°C, Linearity < 20ppm, Noise < 0.2µVp-p
7.4 volts for up to 16 x 350 or 32 x 700 ohm load cells (4-wire or 6wire plus shield)
Maximum total load cell resistance: 1,000 ohms
24bit Sigma Delta with ±8,388,608 internal counts
Temperature: –10 to +50°C ambient
Humidity: <90% non-condensing
Storage: –20 to +50°C ambient
IP55 when panel mounted or with rear boot (otherwise IP40)
ABS, Silicon Rubber, Nylon, Acrylic (no halogen used)
Basic Indicator: 0.6kg
LCD with 4 alpha-numeric displays and LED backlighting:
• Primary display: 6 x 28.4mm high digits with units and
annunciators
• 2nd display: 9 x 17.6 mm digits with units
• 3rd display: 8 x 6. 1mm digits
• 4th display: 4 x 7.6 mm digits
Setup and Calibration Full digital with visual prompting in plain messages
Digital Filter
Sliding window average from 0.1 to 30.0 seconds
Zero Range
Adjustable from +/- 2% to +/- 20% of full capacity
Power Input
Standard Power Input
Variants AC
M4101
Features
Optical Data
Communications
Correction
Serial Outputs
3 assignable function
keys
Battery Backed Clock
Calendar
Approvals
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12 to 24VDC (15 VA max) - ON/OFF key with memory feature
Input: 110/240VAC 50/60Hz
Output: 12VDC 15VA
Magnetically coupled optical communications support. Optional
conversion cable connects directly to a standard USB or RS-232 port.
10 point linearity correction
RS-232 serial port for remote display, network or printer supports.
RS-485 transmit only for remote display
Transmission rate: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 or 57600 baud
Printing, unit switching, counting, manual hold, peak hold and
totalising
Battery life 10 years minimum
FCC, CE, C-tick
Check trade approvals
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3. Warnings
3.1. General
• Indicator not to be subject to shock, excessive vibration or
extremes of temperature (before or after installation).
• Inputs are protected against electrical interference, but
excessive levels of electro-magnetic radiation and RFI may
affect the accuracy and stability.
• For full EMC or for RFI immunity, termination of cable shields
and correct earthing of the instrument is essential.
• Indicator and load cell cable are sensitive to excessive electrical
noise. Install well away from any power or switching circuits.
3.2. Configuration Issues
• Configuration and calibration can be performed from the front
panel, using digital setup. When Full Setup is used, all menu
items are accessible and care must be taken to ensure no
accidental changes are made to calibration and trade settings.
• Enter a passcode to prevent unauthorised or accidental
tampering. If the passcode is lost, the manufacturer should be
contacted for further advice.
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4.
Installation
The following steps are required to set up the indicator.
• Inspect indicator to ensure good condition.
• Use connection diagrams to wire up load cell, power and
auxiliary cables as required.
• Insert any accessory modules that are being used.
• Use the drilling template provided for hole locations.
• Connect Power to indicator and press <POWER> key to turn the
instrument ON.
• Refer to the Instrument Setup section page 14 for information on
configuring and calibrating the instrument.
• To turn instrument OFF press and hold <POWER> key for three
seconds (until display blanks).
4.1. Electrical Safety
• For your protection all mains electrical hardware must be rated
for environmental conditions of use.
• Pluggable equipment must be installed near an easily accessible
power socket outlet.
• To avoid the possibility of electric shock or damage to the
instrument, always switch off or isolate the instrument from the
power supply before maintenance is carried out.
4.2. Panel Mount Template
The panel mount template is supplied with the instrument. It
shows the location of the rectangular cut-out and the four
mounting screws.
4.3. Function Keys
• The Indicator has 3 user definable functions keys.
• If any of the special functions are to be used on the indicator it is
important that the matching function key overlay sticker
(supplied) is applied to the keypad.
• Ensure keypad is clean and dry before affixing sticker.
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4.4. Optical Communications
A temporary infrared
communications link can
be established between the
instrument and a PC using
an optional cable. This
connection can be used to
transfer setup and
calibration information from
a PC or to download
software upgrades.
The PC end of the cable is a standard USB or female DB9 RS232
connector. The instrument end of the cable attaches to the left
side of the instrument display.
WARNING
The optical coupling head contains a strong magnet and
should not be placed near any magnetic storage media (e.g.
credit cards, floppy disks etc.)
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5.
Connections
5.1. Cable Connections
All cable connections are made to the rear of the instrument using
pluggable screw terminals. It is not necessary to tin the ends of
the wires with solder or to add crimp ferrules to the wires,
however, these techniques are compatible with the terminals.
5.2. DC Power (DC PWR +, DC PWR –)
The DC supply need not be regulated, provided that it is free of
excessive electrical noise and sudden transients. The instrument
can be operated from a high quality plug-pack as long as there is
sufficient capacity to drive both it and the load cells.
5.3. Load Cell Connection
5.3.1.
Load Cell Signals
Very low output scale bases may be used but may induce some
instability in the weight readings when used with higher
resolutions. Generally speaking, the higher the output, or the
lower the number of divisions, the greater the display stability and
accuracy.
The instrument can display the millivolt-per-volt reading which
can be used to check scale base signal output levels. The
instrument may be connected for either 4-wire or 6–wire
operation. Use 4-wire when external SENSE connections are not
available.
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5.3.2.
4-Wire Connection
The minimum connectivity requirements are the connection of
four wires (i.e. ±Excitation and ±Signal). Internally the
instrument has a precision analog switch that can be used to
connect the Sense+ and Sense– lines directly to the Excitation+
and Excitation– lines.
Any addition to the load cell manufacturer's cable length using 4wire connection is only recommended for short cable runs.
Where long additions to cable lengths are needed, a 6-wire
extension is required.
The SCALE:BUILD:CABLE option must be set to 4-WIRE to allow
for 4-wire connection.
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5.3.3.
6-Wire Connection
The excitation and signal lines are connected the same as for a
4-wire installation. The extra two wires (Sense + and –) should
be connected to the Excitation + and – lines as close as possible
to the load cell itself. Typically these connections are made in a
load cell termination box.
The BUILD:CABLE option must be set to 6-WIRE to allow for true
6-wire connection.
5.4. Auxiliary Connections
This section provides diagrams to illustrate the communication
connections.
5.4.1.
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5.4.2.
Printer Connections (RXD/TXD, GND and DTR)
5.4.3.
Remote Display using RS232 (TXD, GND)
Refer to documentation supplied with the Remote Display for
connection details. Connect RX on the Remote Display with TX
on the instrument and connect the RS232 GND signals together.
5.4.4.
Remote Display using RS485 (TA, TB)
RS485 is recommended for communicating over distances longer
than a few metres. Refer to documentation supplied with the
Remote Display for connection details. Connect TA to RA and
TB to RB.
5.4.5.
Networks: Multiple Instruments to PC (Modules
only)
It is possible to connect multiple instruments in a RS485
multidrop, RS485 ring, RS232 ring or Ethernet network to a PC.
Refer to the Reference Manual for wiring diagrams and protocol
information.
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5.5. Connecting Shields
To obtain full EMC or for RFI immunity, cable shields MUST
be connected and the earth lug on the rear of the instrument
must be grounded.
This figure illustrates an example of possible connections. Also
shown are the connecting cables restrained using cable ties
fastened by screws into the rear of the unit.
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5.5.1.
Cable Shield Connection and Earthing
5.6.
Regulatory Sealing Requirements
• Care should be taken when connecting shields to maximise
EMC or RFI immunity and minimise earth loops and cross-talk
(interference) between instruments.
• For full EMC or for RFI immunity, termination of the cable shields
at the earth lug is very important. The earth lug of the instrument
must be separately connected to ground potential via a reliable
link.
• The AC power module directly connects the earth lug to the
Earth Pin on the power supply. In installations where earth is
available on the power cable, instrument earthing can be done
with this connection.
• The instrument should only be connected to earth via a single
reliable link to avoid earth loops.
• Where each instrument is separately earthed, interconnecting
cable shields should be connected at one end only.
• Caution: Some load cells connect the cable shield directly to the
load cell (and therefore the scale base). Connection of the load
cell cable shield in this situation may be site specific.
To comply with regulatory sealing requirements for each
instrument, (i.e. to ensure instruments are not accidentally or
deliberately tampered with), it is important that proper sealing
procedures be adhered to.
Affix stickers in the locations indicated.
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6. Instrument Setup
6.1. Calibration Counter
Within Setup there are a number of critical steps that can affect
the calibration and/or legal for trade performance of the
instrument. If any of these steps are altered, the trade
certification of the scale could be voided.
The instrument provides a built-in calibration counter to monitor
the number of times the critical steps are altered. The value of a
counter is stored within the instrument and can only be reset at
the factory. Each time a critical step is altered, the counter will
increase. Whenever the instrument is powered up, or setup
mode is entered/exited, the current value in the counter is briefly
displayed (e.g. C00010).
The value of the counter is written on the tamperproof trade label
on the front of the indicator for trade-certified applications and
functions as an electronic seal. If any legal for trade settings are
changed on the instrument, the current value of the calibration
counter will be different from the recorded value and the seal is
broken.
6.1.1.
Trade Critical Settings
Trade critical settings can affect calibration and/or legal for trade
performance. Each time a trade critical setting is altered, the
calibration counter will be incremented by one.
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6.2. Access Full Setup
Full Setup provides access to configure and calibrate the
instrument. All items in all menus will be enabled in Full Setup.
WARNING: Care should be taken to avoid inadvertently
altering the Build or Calibration settings.
Ensure the instrument is on.
• Press and hold the <POWER> and end <F3>
keys simultaneously for two seconds.
6.3. Access Safe Setup
Safe Setup restricts access to the trade critical settings (marked
with ⊗).
Ensure the instrument is on.
• Press and hold the <POWER> and <ZERO>
keys simultaneously for two seconds.
6.4. Exit Full or Safe Setup
To save settings, exit setup and return to the normal weighing mode
using one of the following methods:
• Press the <POWER> key once.
• Press the <POWER> and <ZERO> keys together for two seconds.
• Press <POWER> and <F3> key together for two seconds
Warning: If the power is interrupted while in setup, unsaved
settings will be lost.
6.5. Using Menus
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Example:
GEN.OPT
└
PCODE
└
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6.6. Settings
MENU
DESCRIPTION
GEN.OPT
General Options Menu
└ LANG .................. Operator language
└ P.T.SCP .............. Preset Tare Scope
└ DATE.F ............... Date Format
Pass Codes
└ PCODE
└ SAFE.PC ........ Safe setup Passcode
└ FULL.PC ........ Full setup Passcode
└ OP.PC............. Operator Passcode
Key Lock Options
└ KEY.LOC
└ P ..................... Power key lock
└ ZERO,............. Zero Key
TARE,
GR_NET,
F1, F2, F3,
CLOCK,
VIEW,
REPORT,
TOTAL,
ID,
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(ENGLISH, GERMAN, DUTCH, FRENCH,
POLISH, ITALIAN, SPANISH)
(PROD, GLOBAL)
(DD.MM.YY, DD.MM.YYYY, MM.DD.YY,
MM.DD.YYYY, YY.MM.DD, YYYY.MM.DD)
(0 .. 999999)
(0 .. 999999)
(0 .. 999999)
(AVAIL, LOCKED)
(AVAIL, OPER.PC, SAFE.PC, LOCKED)
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MENU
TARGET,
ACC,
PR.MOD,
PR.SEL,
NUM.PAD
ALIBI
DESCRIPTION
Display Options
└ DISP
└ B.LIGHT ......... Backlight operation
└ FREQ.............. Display update frequency
└ AUX.DSP........ Auxiliary display function
└ VIEW............... Default View
(ON, OFF)
(10Hz, 5Hz, 3.3Hz, 2Hz, 1Hz)
(OFF, TIME, NUM.ITEMS)
(PRODUCT, TOP, DUAL)
User String Names
└ ID.NAME
└ NAME.1 NAME.5 .......... User ID string names
(Maximum 6 characters)
└ POWER
Power options
└ AUT.OFF ........ Auto-off
└ START............ Pause on Start-Up
(NEVER, 1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 60 min)
(OFF, ON)
└ STR.EDT............. String Edit mode
(STRING, NUM, AUTO)
└ USR.DEF ............ User defaults (all items except SCALE menu items)
H.WARE
Hardware Menu
└ ALLOC ................ Check hardware allocation and use
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MENU
DESCRIPTION
└ LC.HW
Loadcell Hardware Menu
└ MVV ................ mV/V test
└ OL.CNT .......... Overload count
└ OL.CLR .......... Clear overload count
└ SER1.HW,
SER 2.HW
Serial Hardware Menus
└ BAUD ............. Baud rate
└ PARITY........... Port parity
└ DATA.............. Number of data bits
└ STOP .............. Number of stop bits
└ DTR ................ DTR Enable
└ TERM.............. RS485 Termination Enable
└ RING............... Ring Network Enable
(_1200_ , _2400_ , _4800_ , _9600_ , _19200_,
_57600_)
(NONE, EVEN, ODD)
(_8_ , _7_)
(_1_ , _2_)
(OFF, ON)
(OFF, ON)
(OFF, ON) (SER 2 only)
└ ETH.HW
(if fitted)
└ DHCP ............. Port parity
(OFF, ON)
└ IP .................... IP Address
( Ip Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx )
└ NET.MSK ....... Network mask
( Ip Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx )
└ G.WAY............ Default gateway
( Ip Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx )
└ DNS.1 ............. Primary Name Server
( Ip Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx )
└ DNS.2 ............. Secondary Name Server
( Ip Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx )
└ ETH.DEF ........ Ethernet Module Defaults (does not affect indicator settings)
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MENU
DESCRIPTION
└ IO.HW
Input/Output Hardware Menu (if fitted)
└ FRC.OUT........ Force outputs test
└ TST.IN ............ Check inputs test
└ DB.1.8 DB.25.32
Input Debounce Menu’s
└ DBNC.1 DBNC.32.... Settings for inputs test
(1..250 ms Default: 50ms)
└ ANL.HW
(if fitted)
└ TYPE .............. Voltage or current selection (Current, Volt)
└ CLIP................ Output clip enable
(NO, YES)
└ FRC.OUT........ Force analog output test
└ ANL.CAL
Analog output calibration
└ ADJ.LO ...... Adjust low output (4mA or 0V)
└ ADJ.HI ....... Adjust high output (20mA or 10V)
└ DSD.HW
DSD Hardware Menu (if fitted)
└ AUTO.C .......... Auto clear old records
└ DSD.STR........ Custom DSD record string
(OFF, ON)
(Maximum 20 characters)
└ TILT.HW
K491 only (if fitted)
└ ANGLE ........... Display current X,Y angles
└ FACTOR......... Display current tilt compensation factor
└ ZERO.............. Set user zero of tilt sensor
└ F.ZERO .......... Restore factory zero of tilt sensor
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MENU
DESCRIPTION
SCALE
Scale menu
└ BUILD
Scale Guide menu
└ TYPE .............. Range type
└ CABLE ........... 6-WIRE or 4-WIRE
└ DP................... Decimal Point position
└ CAP1 .............. Scale Capacity - Range/Interval 1
└ E1 ................... Scale Resolution - Range/Interval 1
└ CAP2 .............. Scale Capacity - Range/Interval 2
└ E2 ................... Scale Resolution - Range/Interval 2
└ UNITS ............. Scale Units
└ HI.RES............ x10 Expanded mode
└ MAX.TLT ........ Maximum X or Y angle (K491 only)
└ OPTION
└ USE ................ Trade Use
└ FILTER ........... Averaging
└ MOTION ......... Motion Detection
└ Z.RANGE........ Range of Zero (%)
└ Z.TRACK ........ Zero Tracking
└ Z.INIT.............. Zero on Startup
└ Z.BAND .......... Band of Zero
└ EXT.EX ........... External excitation
└ R.ENTRY........ Rear button menu entry
└ TOT.OPT ........ Totalising Option
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(SINGLE, DUAL.I, DUAL.R)
(6 WIRE, 4 WIRE)
(000000 .. 0.00000)
(100 ..999999 Default: 3000)
(1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100)
(100 ..999999 Default: 6000)
(1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100)
(None, kg, lb, t, g, Oz, N, ARROW U)
(OFF, ON)
(0 .. 15 Default 10)
(INDUST, TRADE)
(0.01s..30.00s Default: 1.0s)
(OFF, 0.5d – 1.0t .. 5.0d – 0.2t)
(-2 .. 2, -1 .. 3,-10 .. 10, -20 .. 20)
(OFF, SLOW, FAST)
(OFF, ON)
(0 .. fullscale)
(OFF, ON)
(OFF, ON)
(DISP, GROSS, NET)
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DESCRIPTION
└ CAL
└ ZERO.............. Calibrate Zero
└ SPAN.............. Calibrate Span
└ ED.LIN ............ Set Linearisation
└ CLR.LIN ......... Clear Linearisation
└ DIR.ZER ......... Direct mV/V Zero Calibration
└ DIR.SPAN ...... Direct mV/V Span Calibration
└ TILT.A............. Tilt Compensation Factor A (K491 only)
└ TILT.B............. Tilt Compensation Factor B (K491 only)
└ TILT.C............. Tilt Compensation Factor C (K491 only)
└ TILT.D............. Tilt Compensation Factor D (K491 only)
└ DEF.CAL ........ Default Calibration (also resets all SCALE settings to defaults)
└ QA
└ QA.OPT .......... QA Enable
└ QA YEAR ....... QA Expiry Date
└ QA MONTH .... QA Expiry Date
└ QA DAY.......... QA Expiry Date
(OFF, ON)
(2000-01-01 To 2099-12-31)
(2000-01-01 To 2099-12-31)
(2000-01-01 To 2099-12-31)
FUNC
Function menu
└ NUM .................... Number of special functions (_1_ .. 8_)
└ SF1 – SF8
Function menu
└ TYPE: ............. Type
PRINT
└ KEY ................ Key selection
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
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MENU
DESCRIPTION
└ PRT.OUT........ Printout
└ TOTAL............ Totalising
└ CLR.ASK........ Confirm clear
└ AUTO.............. Automatic Print
└ IL.TYPE .......... Interlock type
└ I.LOCK............ Interlock
(NONE, PRINT.1, PRINT.2)
(NONE, ADD, UNDO, CKR.ALL, CLR.SESS)
(NO, YES)
(NO, YES)
(NONE, MOTION, I.LOCK, RET.Z)
(0 .. Fullscale)
└ TYPE: ............. Type
└ KEY ................ Key selection
└ AUT.OUT........ Single: Auto Output
SINGLE
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
(AUTO.1, AUTO.2)
└ TYPE: ............. Type
TEST, HOLD, PK.HOLD, PRD.SEL (not K401),
HI.RES, SC.EXIT, SEMI.P.T
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
└ KEY ................ Key selection
└ TYPE: ............. Type
COUNT
└ KEY ................ Key selection
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
└ SCOPE ........... Scope
(GLOBAL, PROD)
└ EDT.WGT ....... Edit Weight
(OFF, WEIGHT, RESAMPLE)
└ MAX.ADJ........ Maximum weight Adjustment (0%.. 100% Default: 1%)
└ EDT.CNT ........ Edit Count
(OFF, ON)
└ TYPE: ............. Type
└ KEY ................ Key selection
└ SCOPE ........... Scope
PIECE
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
(GLOBAL, PROD)
└ TYPE: ............. Type
UNITS
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DESCRIPTION
└ KEY ................ Key selection
└ MODE ............. Mode
└ UNIT ............... Alternative unit
└ U.STR ............. Alternative unit string
└ SCOPE ........... Scope
└ TYPE: ............. Type
└ KEY ................ Key selection
└ FUNC.............. Function to trigger
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
(kg/lb, CUSTOM)
(NONE, N, ARROW U, P, L, ARROW L)
(4 character string)
(GLOBAL, PROD)
└ TYPE: ............. Type
└ KEY ................ Key selection
└ BLANK ........... Blanking function
REM.KEY
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
(NONE, TARE,GR/NET, _0_ .. _9_, +/-, _._,
CANCEL, UP, DOWN, OK)
BLANK
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
(DASH, BLANK)
└ TYPE: ............. Type
└ IO.BAND......... Thumbwheel Input
THUMB (not K401)
(I01-4 .. I029-32)
└ TYPE: ............. Type
└ KEY ................ Key selection
└ PRT.OUT........ Printout
└ CLR.TOT ........ Clear totals
REPORT
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
(NONE, PRINT.1, PRINT.2)
(NO, ASK, CLEAR)
└ TYPE: ............. Type
└ KEY ................ Key selection
└ THRESH......... Threshold
└ ZER.DLY ........ Zero Delay
A.TARE
(NONE, F1 .. F3, IO1 .. IO32)
(0 .. Fullscale)
(0.0s .. 10.0s Default 5.0s)
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MENU
DESCRIPTION
SER.NET
Network Menu
└ ADDR .................. Network address
└ NUM .................... Number of networks
└ TYPE: .......... Protocol type
└ SERIAL ....... Serial port
(1..31)
(-1- .. -2-)
PROTOCOL.B
(SER1A, SER2A, SER3A)
└ TYPE: .......... Protocol type
└ SERIAL ....... Serial port
└ RESP........... Simple protocol Response
SIMPLE (K401, K402 & K491)
(SER1A, SER2A, SER3A)
(NONE, OK)
└ TYPE: .......... Protocol type
└ SERIAL ....... Serial port
└ SOURCE ..... Barcode protocol Source
BARCODE (K401, K402 & K491)
(SER1A, SER2A, SER3A)
(NAME, B.CODE, ID)
└ TYPE: ......... Protocol type
USER.DEF (K403)
└ SERIAL ....... Serial port
(SER1A, SER2A, SER3A)
└ INP.1 ........... User defined input
(10 character string)
└ CMD.1 ......... Protocol B translation of INP.1 (Token string)
SER.AUT
Automatic Output Menu
└ NUM .................... Number of Serial outputs
└ TYPE........... Type
└ SERIAL ....... Serial port
└ FORMAT..... Format
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(-1- .. -2-)
(NONE, SINGLE, AUTO.LO, AUTO.HI, AUT.TRC)
(SER1A, SER1B, SER2A, SER2B, SER3A,
SER3B)
(FMT.A, FMT.B, FMT.C, FMT.D, FMT.E,
FMT.REG, FMT.TRC, CUSTOM)
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MENU
DESCRIPTION
└ SOURCE..... Weight type
└ EV.AUTO .... Custom format string
PRINT
Print Menu
└ NUM .................... Number of printouts
└ HEADER ............. Header
└ FOOTER ............. Footer
└ PAGE
Print Page Options
└ WIDTH ............ Page width
└ HEIGHT .......... Page Height
└ PG.END .......... Page End String
(GROSS, NET, GR.or.NT)
(Token string used with CUSTOM transmissions)
(_1_ .. _2_)
(String)
(String)
(0 .. 250)
(0 .. 250)
(Token String)
└ SPACE
Print Margin Options
└ TOP ................ Blank lines at the top
(0 .. 10)
└ LEFT............... Blank characters on the left (0 .. 10)
└ BOTTOM ........ Blank lines at the bottom
(0 .. 10)
└ PRINT.1 Print Out Menus
PRINT.2
└ TYPE .............. Printout type
(NONE, RECORD, DOCKET, REPORT)
└ FORMAT ........ Format
(FMT.A, FMT.B, CUSTOM)
└ SERIAL........... Serial port
(SER1A, SER2A, SER3A)
└ NAME ............. Name
(6 character string)
└ CUSTOM
Custom Print Format Strings
└ REC.PRN... Record: Record printout string
└ PRN.KEY ... Docket: Docket printout string
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MENU
DESCRIPTION
└ EV.D.NEW . Docket: New docket string
└ EV.D.END .. Docket: End of docket string
└ EV.P.NEW . Docket: New product string
└ EV.P.END .. Docket: End of product string
└ REP.ST ...... Report: Start of report string
└ REP.PR...... Report: Each product in a report string
└ REP.END ... Report: End of report string
SETP
Setpoint Menu
└ NUM .................... Number of Setpoints
└ SETP1 – SETP8 Setpoint Menu
└ TYPE: ............. Type of setpoint
└ OUTPUT......... Output
└ LOGIC ............ Logic control
└ ALARM........... Setpoint Alarm
└ NAME ............. Name of setpoint
└ TYPE: ............. Type of setpoint
└ OUTPUT......... Output
└ LOGIC ............ Logic control
└ ALARM........... Setpoint Alarm
└ SOURCE ........ Weight type
└ SCOPE ........... Product or global targets
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(_1_ .. _8_)
ON, COZ, NET, MOTION, ERROR, SC.EXIT,
BUZZER
(NONE, I01 .. IO32)
(HIGH, LOW)
(NONE, SINGLE, DOUBLE, FLASH)
(6 character string)
OVER, UNDER
(NONE, I01 .. IO32)
(HIGH, LOW)
(NONE, SINGLE, DOUBLE, FLASH)
(GROSS, NET, GR.or.NT, ALT.GR, ALT.NET,
ALT.G.or.N, PIECE, REG)
(GLOBAL, PROD)
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DESCRIPTION
└ HYS ................ Hysteresis
└ REG ................ Register to use
└ NAME ............. Name of setpoint
└ TYPE: ............. Type of setpoint
└ OUTPUT......... Output
└ LOGIC ............ Logic control
└ ALARM........... Setpoint Alarm
└ SOURCE ........ Weight type
(0 .. 999999)
(0 .. 65535)
(6 character string)
└ NAME ............. Name of setpoint
ZERO
(NONE, I01 .. IO32)
(HIGH, LOW)
(NONE, SINGLE, DOUBLE, FLASH)
(GROSS, NET, GR.or.NT, ALT.GR, ALT.NET,
ALT.G.or.N, PIECE, REG)
(6 character string)
└ TYPE: ............. Type of setpoint
└ OUTPUT......... Output
└ LOGIC ............ Logic control
└ ALARM........... Setpoint Alarm
└ SOURCE ........ Weight type
└ REG ................ Register to use
└ MASK ............. Mask for logic setpoints
└ DLY.ON .......... Delay for logic setpoints
└ HLD.OFF ........ Delay for logic setpoints
└ NAME ............. Name of setpoint
LGC.AND, LGC.OR, LGC.XOR
(NONE, I01 .. IO32)
(HIGH, LOW)
(NONE, SINGLE, DOUBLE, FLASH)
(IO, STATUS, SETP, REG)
(0 .. 65535)
(0 .. 4294967295)
(0.00s .. 600.00s)
(0.00s .. 600.00s)
(6 character string)
└ TYPE: ............. Type of setpoint
└ OUTPUT......... Output
SC.REDY
(NONE, I01 .. IO32)
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MENU
DESCRIPTION
└ LOGIC ............ Logic control
└ ALARM........... Setpoint Alarm
└ RDY.TIM......... Ready time for scale entry
└ NAME ............. Name of setpoint
(HIGH, LOW)
(NONE, SINGLE, DOUBLE, FLASH)
(0.000s .. 60.000s)
(6 character string)
ANL.OUT
Analog Output Menu
└ ABS..................... Use absolute weight
└ SOURCE............. Weight type
└ RANGE ............... Weight range
└ WGT.LO.............. Weight at 0V or 4mA
└ WGT.HI ............... Weight at 10V or 20mA
(NO, YES)
(GROSS, NET, GR.or.NT)
(FULLSCALE, CUSTOM)
(-999999 .. 999999)
(-999999 .. 999999)
END
└ END..................... Save and Close
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7.
Accessory Modules
7.1. General
There are many accessory modules which can be used with the
Indicator.
CAUTION
Instrument must be switched off before connecting or
disconnecting accessory modules.
Accessory modules provide additional features such as:
• Power supply options
• Additional communications ports
• TCP/IP Communications over Ethernet
• Digital inputs and outputs
• Analog outputs
• Alibi memory
Refer to the specific module manual for wiring details.
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7.2. Inputs
There are several accessory modules which provide inputs.
Examples are M4301, M4302 and M4401. Some modules
provide I/O which can be inputs or outputs depending on
configuration.
7.2.1.
Configuration
The instrument has up to 8 special functions. The type of each
function is chosen from a list of options. The key which triggers
each function can be chosen.
1. Ensure module is connected and instrument is switched on.
2. Enter safe setup (or full setup) and go to the FUNC (special
function) menu.
3. FUNC:NUM: The instrument can use up to 8 special
functions. This option specifies the number of special
functions used.
4. FUNC:SFx: Select the special function to configure.
5. FUNC:SFx:TYPE: Select the type of special function from
the list. For example, a PRINT or COUNT key could be
specified.
6. FUNC:SFx:KEY: Select the input or button. The I/O range
for each module is given in the module manual. For
example, M4301 is IO1 to IO8 and M4302 is IO17 to IO20.
7. Other options may appear depending on the type of function
chosen. See Settings page 16 for details.
7.2.2.
Testing and debugging
Test functions are provided in the HD.WARE:IO.HW menu:
1. HD.WARE:IO.HW:TST.IN (Test Inputs) allows the inputs of
each module to be tested. Use the <UP> and <DOWN>
keys to move between modules.
2. HD.WARE:ALLOC (Hardware Allocation) checks the
configuration of each item of hardware. Use the <UP> and
<DOWN> keys to move between hardware items.
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See also the Troubleshooting section in the module manual.
7.3. Outputs
There are several accessory modules which provide outputs.
Examples are M4301 and M4401. Some modules provide I/O
which can be inputs or outputs depending on configuration.
7.3.1.
Configuration
The instrument has up to 8 setpoint outputs. The type of each
setpoint is chosen from a list of options. The physical output
used for each setpoint can also be chosen.
1. Ensure module is connected and instrument is switched on.
2. Enter safe setup (or full setup) and go to the SETP (Setpoint)
menu.
3. SETP:NUM: The instrument can use up to 8 setpoint
outputs. This option specifies the number of setpoints used.
4. SETP:SETPx: Select the specific output to configure.
5. SETP:SETPx:TYPE: Select the setpoint type from the list.
For example, an OVER or ERROR setpoint could be
specified.
6. SETP:SETPx:OUTPUT: Select the physical output. The I/O
range for each module is given in the module manual. For
example, M4301 is IO1 to IO8 and M4401 is IO1 to IO2.
7. Other options may appear depending on the type of setpoint
chosen. See Settings page 16 for details.
7.3.2.
Testing and Debugging
Test functions are provided in the HD.WARE:IO.HW menu:
1. HD.WARE:IO.HW :FRC.OUT (Force Outputs) allows outputs
to be manually switched on. The <UP> and <DOWN> keys
change the output and the <+/-> key switches the outputs on
and off.
2. HD.WARE:ALLOC (Hardware Allocation) checks the
configuration of each item of hardware. Use the <UP> and
<DOWN> keys to move between hardware items.
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See also the Troubleshooting section in the module manual.
7.4. Analog Output
Accessory modules provide analog outputs. An example is the
M4401.
7.4.1.
Configuration
The instrument can only use a single analog output. Voltage or
current output must be chosen. Other settings will function
without alteration although they may be customised.
1. Ensure module is connected and instrument is switched on.
2. Enter safe setup (or full setup) and go to the
H.WARE:ANL.HW (Analog Output Hardware) menu.
3. H.WARE:ANL.HW.TYPE: Select voltage or current output.
4. Other option are available. See Settings page 16 for details.
5. Additional settings are available in the ANL.OUT (Analog
Output Menu). See Settings page 16 for details.
7.4.2.
Testing and Debugging
Test functions are provided in the HD.WARE:ANL.HW menu:
1. HD.WARE:ANL.HW:FRC.OUT (Force Output) allows the
analog output to be manually set. Use the <UP> and
<DOWN> keys to change the output level.
2. HD.WARE:ALLOC (Hardware Allocation) checks the
configuration of each item of hardware. Use the <UP> and
<DOWN> keys to move between hardware items.
See also the Troubleshooting section in the module manual.
7.5. Communications
There are several accessory modules which provide additional
communications ports. Examples are M4201, M4202 and
M4203.
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7.5.1.
Configuration
Configuration parameters are divided into hardware (e.g. baud
rate or parity) and application (e.g. print format, auto transmit
format or networking) settings.
1. Ensure module is connected and instrument is switched on.
2. Enter safe setup (or full setup) and go to the HDWARE:
SER2.HW (Serial Port 2 Hardware) menu.
3. HDWARE:SER2.HW: Configure settings for the port. For
example, set the baud rate, parity, data and stop bits.
4. Application Settings:
a. Networking: Go to the SER.NET menu. Select the port
used in SER.NET:SERIAL. Other options are also
available. See Settings page 16 for details.
b. Automatic Transmit: Go to the SER.AUT menu. Select
the port used in SER.AUT:SERIAL. Other options are
also available. See Settings page 16 for details.
c. Printing: Go to the PRINT menu. Select the port used in
PRINT:SERIAL. Other options are also available. See
Settings page 16 for details.
7.5.2.
Testing and debugging
Setup can be checked in the HD.WARE menu:
1. HD.WARE:ALLOC (Hardware Allocation) checks the
configuration of each item of hardware. Use the <UP> and
<DOWN> keys to move between hardware items.
See also the Troubleshooting section in the module manual.
7.6. Ethernet Module
Ethernet connectivity is provided via the M4221 accessory
module. This module appears in place of a communications
module. SER.3A and SER.3B are routed to the Ethernet module.
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7.6.1.
Configuration
Configuration parameters are divided into hardware (e.g. IP
address, network mask or default gateway) and application (e.g.
print format, auto transmit format or networking) settings.
1. Ensure module is connected and instrument is switched on.
2. Enter safe setup (or full setup) and go to the HDWARE:
ETH.HW (Ethernet Hardware) menu.
3. HDWARE:ETH.HW: Configure settings for the module.
DHCP is often sufficient, however you should obtain correct
settings from your network administrator.
4. Application Settings: These settings are identical to the
communication module discussed in Section 7.5.
5. The module supports 1 bi-directional TCP connection on port
2222 representing SER.3A, and upto 10 transmit-only TCP
connections on port 2223 representing SER.3B.
7.6.2.
Testing and debugging
The current IP configuration can be found under the Acc menu for
the module. PC network tools such as “ping” and “telnet” in
addition to the viewer software can be used to establish a
connection to the indicator over the network. See also the
Troubleshooting section in the module manual.
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8. Error Messages
8.1. Overview
Error messages may be displayed to warn of operation outside of
the acceptable limits. Short messages (XXXXXX) will appear as
a single message. Longer messages (XXXXXX) (YYYYYY) will
appear on the display in two parts, first the (XXXXXX) part, then
the (YYYYYY) part.
8.2. Weighing Errors
These messages show status messages or errors that may occur
during normal weighing operation.
Error
Description
Resolution
(U.LOAD)
(O.LOAD)
The weight is below the
minimum allowable weight
reading or above the
maximum allowable weight
reading.
WARNING: Overloading may
damage mechanical scale
elements.
The weight reading is beyond
the limit set for Zero
operation. The operation of
the <ZERO> key is limited in
the setup during installation.
Scale motion has prevented a
<ZERO>, <TARE> or
<PRINT> operation from
occurring.
An error with the ADC has
prevented a <ZERO> or
<TARE> operation from
occurring.
Change the
weight. Check
loadcell
connections.
Check for
damaged loadcell.
(ERROR)
(RANGE)
(ERROR)
(MOTION)
(ERROR)
(ADC)
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Range (Z.RANGE)
or use the
<TARE> key
instead.
Try the operation
again once the
scale is stable.
Ensure loadcell
cabling is correct.
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8.3. Setup Errors
These messages show status messages or errors that may occur
during the instrument setup.
Error
Description
Resolution
(ENTRY)
(DENIED)
When accessing setup,
more than three
attempts have been
made with the incorrect
passcode.
(WR DENIED)
(RD DENIED)
The instrument may be
in Safe Setup and an
item that needs Full
Setup has been
selected for editing.
Turn the instrument
off. When the
instrument is turned
back on, enter the
correct passcode to
access setup.
Access Full Setup to
access this item.
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8.4. Calibration Errors
Following are a list of the possible error messages that may be
displayed to warn of failed or incorrect calibration:
Error
(FAILED)
(BAND)
Description
An attempt has been
made to calibrate with a
weight or signal which is
not in the valid range.
(FAILED)
An attempt has been
(ERROR)
made to calibrate while
the scale signal is not
valid.
(FAILED)
For an unknown reason,
(TIMEOUT)
the calibration was
unable to complete.
(FAILED)
An attempt has been
(RES)
made to calibrate the
scale to a resolution
which is too high for the
instrument.
(FAILED)
An attempt has been
(TOO CLOSE) made to add a
linearisation point too
close to zero, span or
another linearisation
point.
Y ANGLE
The Angle of the truck is
LOW
too low in the Y axis.
Y ANGLE
The Angle of the truck is
HIGH
too high in the Y axis.
X ANGLE
The Angle of the truck is
LOW
too low in the X axis.
X ANGLE
The Angle of the truck is
HIGH
too high in the X axis.
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Resolution
Check weights and
retry.
Check loadcell
connection and the
4-wire/6-wire setting.
Retry.
Check weights and
retry.
Check weights and
retry.
Adjust truck angle
and retry.
Adjust truck angle
and retry.
Adjust truck angle
and retry.
Adjust truck angle
and retry.
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8.5. Diagnostic Errors
The instrument continually monitors the condition of the internal
circuits. Any faults or out-of-tolerance conditions are shown on
the display as an E type error message.
Error
Description
Resolution
(E0001)
The power supply voltage
is too low.
The power supply voltage
is too high.
Positive sense voltage out
or range.
Check supply
(E0002)
(E0004)
(E0008)
Negative sense voltage
out or range.
(E0010)
Temperature is outside of
allowable limits
Module Error
Data not received from Tilt
Sensor
The calibration information
has been lost.
The factory information
has been lost.
Application settings have
been set to defaults.
ADC Out of Range Error.
This may be caused from
a broken load cell cable or
sense not connected in 6
wire mode.
The runtime information
has been lost.
(E0020)
(E0040)
(E0200)
(E0400)
(E0800)
(E2000)
(E4000)
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Check supply
Check scale connections.
Check
SCALE:BUILD:CABLE
setting.
Check scale connections.
Check
SCALE:BUILD:CABLE
setting.
Check location
Replace Module
Check Tilt Sensor
Re-calibrate
Return for Service
Check and re-enter
application settings
Check
SCALE:BUILD:CABLE
setting. Check load cell
cable, wiring, etc.
Check Zero and Tare
settings.
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The E type error messages are additive. For example if instrument is
running off batteries and the temperature drops, the battery voltage
may be too low. The resulting error messages will be E 0011 (0001 +
0010). The numbers add in hexadecimal as follows:
1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-A-B-C-D-E-F
(For example, 2 + 4 = 6, or 4 + 8 = C)
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