Directions for use – Welch Allyn Masted Scales

Directions for use – Welch Allyn Masted Scales
Welch Allyn Masted Scales
Directions for use
Models 5002, 5122, 5702, 6002, 6702, 6702SP, 6702W
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DIR 80021993 Ver. A Revision date: 2017-05
Welch Allyn, Inc.
4341 State Street Road
Skaneateles Falls, NY 13153 USA
www.welchallyn.com
This manual applies to
901109 MASTED SCALES.
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................. 1
Intended use ........................................................................................................ 1
Indications for use ................................................................................................ 1
Symbols ............................................................................................................... 1
About warnings and cautions ............................................................................... 2
Controls and indicators ........................................................................................ 4
Assembly and setup ................................................................................ 9
Models 5002 and 5702 stand-on scales .............................................................. 9
Model 5122 stand-on scale ................................................................................ 10
Model 6002 wheelchair scale ............................................................................ 10
Models 6702, 6702SP, and 6702W wheelchair scales ...................................... 10
Custom setup .................................................................................................... 12
Scale operation ...................................................................................... 15
Power options .................................................................................................... 15
Audible beeps .................................................................................................... 15
Weighing procedure ........................................................................................... 16
Wheelchair weighing procedure (models 6002, 6702, 6702SP, 6702W) .......... 16
Print a weight measurement ............................................................................. 17
Storage, cleaning, and maintenance ................................................... 19
Storage ............................................................................................................... 19
Cleaning ............................................................................................................. 19
Battery replacement .......................................................................................... 19
Change the printer paper ................................................................................... 20
Maintenance ...................................................................................................... 21
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................. 21
Appendices ............................................................................................ 23
Specifications ..................................................................................................... 23
Product configurations ....................................................................................... 24
Approved accessories ........................................................................................ 26
Warranty ............................................................................................................ 27
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Contents
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Introduction
Intended use
The Welch Allyn Masted Scales are intended to be used by clinicians for weighing
patients up to 660 pounds (300 kg) for model 5122, up to 880 pounds (400 kg) for
models 5002 and 6002, and up to 1000 pounds (454 kg) for models 5702, 6702, 6702SP,
and 6702W.
Indications for use
The Welch Allyn Masted Scales are used by clinicians to weigh patients. An optional
height gauge is available on some models.
Symbols
Documentation symbols
WARNING The warning statements in
this manual identify conditions or
practices that could lead to illness, injury,
or death. Warning symbols will appear
with a grey background in a black and
white document.
Caution The caution statements in this
manual identify conditions or practices
that could result in damage to the
equipment or other property, or loss of
data.
Consult Directions for Use
Shipping, storing, and environment symbols
Temperature limit
Keep dry
Separate collection of Electrical and
Electronic Equipment. Do not dispose as
unsorted municipal waste.
Fragile
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Humidity limitation
Atmospheric pressure limitation
This way up
Stacking limit by number
Recyclable
Miscellaneous symbols
Manufacturer
Reorder Number
Product Identifier
For indoor use only
Serial Number
Prescription only or "For Use by or on the
order of a licensed medical professional"
Battery
Power
About warnings and cautions
Caution statements can appear on the Welch Allyn Masted Scales, the packaging, the
shipping container, or in this Directions for use.
The Welch Allyn Masted Scales are safe for patients and clinicians when used in
accordance with the instructions and caution statements presented in this Directions for
use.
Before using the device, you must familiarize yourself with all cautions, with the steps to
power up the device, and with the sections of this Directions for use that pertain to your
use of the device. In addition to reviewing the general cautions presented in the next
section, you must also review the more specific cautions that appear throughout the
manual in conjunction with setup/startup, operation, and maintenance tasks.
•
Failure to understand and observe any warning statement in this manual could lead
to patient injury or illness.
•
Failure to understand and observe any caution statement in this manual could lead to
damage to the equipment or other property, or loss of patient data.
Directions for use
Introduction
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General warnings and cautions
WARNING Patient or operator injury risk. Maintain control of the patient at
all times, including when the patient is stepping on and off the scale.
Failure to do so could result in a fall risk or other serious injury to you or the
patient.
WARNING Patient or operator injury risk. Make sure the scale is
positioned on a stable surface and in a way to avoid shock or bumping
hazards.
CAUTION Make sure that you routinely perform general maintenance and
equipment safety checks on your scale. Remove the scale from service
when you notice damaged power cords.
CAUTION Make sure the scale is set in the proper measurement units for
your facility. Make sure you record the measurement units as they are
displayed.
CAUTION Do not use this scale to transport patients or items.
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Controls and indicators
Scale
Models 5002 and 5702
1
Steering handle/hand grip
2
Control panel
3
Mast
4
Hand rail
5
Wheels
6
Weighing platform
N/A Battery access door (located on the rear of the mast)
N/A Height gauge (optional)
Directions for use
Introduction
Models 6002, 6702, 6702W, and 6702SP
1
Steering handle/hand grip
2
Control panel
3
Mast
4
Hand rail (optional)
5
Wheels
6
Weighing platform
7
Wheelchair ramp
N/A Battery access door (located on the rear of the mast)
N/A Height gauge (optional)
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Model 5122
1
Control panel
2
Mast (battery access door located on front)
3
Weighing platform
Directions for use
Introduction
Control panel buttons
Button
Function
ZERO
Press this button to reset the scale to zero.
ON
Press this button to turn on the scale.
ST
Press this button in conjunction with ON to enter the setup mode.
RECALL
Press this button to recall the previously stored scale reading.
LB
Press this button to display the weight in pounds.
Note
KG
This button is not present if you purchased a scale with the kilogram-only option.
Press this button to display the weight in kilograms.
PRINT (DATA) Press this button to print the current weight.
SEND
On models equipped with a RS-232 port, pressing this button when the scale is connected to a
computer sends the current measurement to the computer.
REWEIGH
Press this button to retake the patient's weight.
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Assembly and setup
The scale is fully assembled at the factory and tested. In some instances, the scales are
shipped assembled. However, due to size and shipping restrictions, most scales are
partially disassembled. If assembly is required, it can be done with common hand tools.
When special tools are required, they are supplied with the scale. Ensure that all bolts
and fasteners are securely tightened.
Use the following instructions to assemble and setup your scale for use.
WARNING Inaccurate measurement risk. If your scale requires assembly,
make sure that the serial number of the mast and the serial number of the
base match when assembling. Failure to do so can cause inaccurate patient
measurements.
Models 5002 and 5702 stand-on scales
1. Carefully remove all parts from the shipping carton and inspect the components for
shipping damage.
2. Place the scale base on the floor or on a workbench.
3. Remove the bolts and washers from the rear of the scale base.
4. Insert the mast into the base. Ensure that the readout display is facing the patient
when the patient stands on the scale.
5. Fasten the mast with the bolts and washers removed in Step 3.
6. Tighten the bolts securely to ensure that a solid connection is made.
Weighing deck mounting (model 5702)
1. Position the weighing deck so that the two sets of holes are closest to the mast.
2. Line the weighing deck up with the mounting holes in the aluminum plate.
3. Install the four flat head screws through the weighing deck.
4. Securely tighten the supplied mounting screws with the provided hex key.
Handrail mounting
1. Attach the handrail to the top of the weighing platform using the button head screws
and the provided hex key.
Three screws are required for each mounting plate (six total screws).
2. Tighten all six screws securely to ensure a safe and stable handrail.
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Height gauge assembly (purchasable option)
If your scale was ordered with a height gauge, follow the installation instructions
included with the height gauge.
Model 5122 stand-on scale
The 5122 model scale is shipped assembled, so no assembly is required. It operates the
same as the 5002 model. Handrails are not available for this scale.
Model 6002 wheelchair scale
1. Carefully remove all parts from the shipping carton and inspect the components for
shipping damage.
2. Place the scale base on the floor or on a workbench.
3. Remove the bolts and washers from the rear of the scale base.
4. Insert the mast into the base. Ensure that the readout display is facing the patient
when the patient stands on the scale.
5. Fasten the mast with the bolts and washers removed in Step 3.
6. Tighten the bolts securely to ensure a solid connection is made.
Weighing deck mounting
1. Position the weighing deck so that the two sets of holes under the flaps are closest
to the mast.
2. Line the weighing deck up with the mounting holes in the aluminum plate.
3. Install the four flat head screws through the weighing deck.
4. Securely tighten the supplied mounting screws with the provided hex key.
Handrail mounting (purchasable option)
If your scale was purchased with an optional handrail, follow the installation instructions
included with the handrail.
Height gauge assembly (purchasable option)
If your scale was ordered with a height gauge, follow the installation instructions
included with the height gauge.
Models 6702, 6702SP, and 6702W wheelchair scales
1. Carefully remove all parts from the shipping carton and inspect the components for
shipping damage.
2. Place the scale base on the floor or on a workbench.
3. Remove the bolts and washers from the rear of the scale base.
4. Insert the mast into the base. Ensure that the readout display is facing the patient
when the patient stands on the scale.
5. Fasten the mast with the bolts and washers removed in Step 3.
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Directions for use
6. Tighten the bolts securely to ensure a solid connection is made.
Outrigger feet installation (model 6702SP)
1. Position the scale so that the bottom feet are accessible.
2. Locate one of the four outrigger feet brackets, and remove the screws and nuts
connecting the feet, spacers, and angle bracket to the J-bend bracket. Save all items
for later use.
3. Position the J-bend side of the bracket on the inside lip of the scale frame. Make
sure to align the bracket with the previous foot holes in the frame.
4. Place one of the feet and the thinner spacer removed in Step 2 on the J-bend
bracket. Thread and tighten the 1/4-inch screw removed in Step 2 through the foot,
through the J-bend bracket, and into the frame.
5. Install one of the nuts removed in Step 2 on top of the screw.
6. Make sure that the flat end of the button-head cap screw on the angle bracket is
flush with the face of the bracket.
7. Place the angle bracket on top of the J-bend bracket.
8. Place the second foot and the thicker spacer removed in Step 2 on the J-bend
bracket. Feed the 1/4-inch screw through the foot, through the thicker washer,
through the outer hole in the J-bend bracket, and through the angle bracket. Secure
with one of the nuts removed in Step 2 on top of the screw.
9. Feed the button-head cap screw removed in Step 2 through the remaining hole in
the J-bend bracket and the angle bracket. Secure it with one of the nuts removed in
Step 2 on top of the screw.
10. Tighten the button-head cap screw on the angle bracket until it makes contact with
edge of the scale frame. Tighten an additional 3/8 turn.
11. Repeat Step 2 through Step 10 for the remaining three brackets.
12. Attach the deck to the top of the scale using the 10 provided flat head screws.
Weighing deck mounting
1. Position the weighing deck so that the two sets of holes under the flaps are closest
to the mast.
2. Line the weighing deck up with the mounting holes in the aluminum plate.
3. Install the 10 flat head screws through the weighing deck.
4. Securely tighten the supplied mounting screws with the provided hex key.
Handrail mounting (purchasable option)
If your scale was purchased with an optional handrail, follow the installation instructions
included with the handrail.
Height gauge assembly (purchasable option)
If your scale was ordered with a height gauge, follow the installation instructions
included with the height gauge.
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Custom setup
You can customize the scale to best suit your needs. Configurations that can be selected
include the automatic shut-off time, weighing units, weight resolution, and more.
Enter custom setup mode
1. Make sure the scale is powered down.
2. Press and hold ST while pressing ON.
3. Once the scale powers up, press and release ST five times.
The scale displays SEt-UP and produces a series of four long beeps.
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Set the options
Enter the custom setup as described.
1. Press ST to scroll through the custom setup options.
Note
Options indicated with an asterisk (*) have multiple
selections.
2. Press RE CALL once a value is displayed to change the value. When the desired
value appears, press ST to set the new value.
3. You can exit the menu at any time by pressing ON to power down the scale. The
scale saves all changes.
The options displayed with each press are as follows:
Option displayed
Feature
SOFt
This option displays the software version of your scale.
dAtE
This option displays the release date of the software. The format is MM/DD/YY.
SCALE
This option displays the model number of the scale.
AutOFF*
This displays the number of seconds before the scale turns off when operating on battery power.
The Cont value prevents the scale from turning off automatically.
AC con*
This option causes the scale to remain on when plugged in to AC power. Press RE CALL to
turn this option ON or OFF.
rES*
This option allows you to change the resolution of weight. Press RE CALL to switch between
the following options:
0.1 pounds / 0.05 kilograms
0.1 pounds / 0.1 kilograms
0.2 pounds / 0.1 kilograms
0.5 pounds / 0.2 kilograms
1 pound / 0.5 kilograms
UnitS*
This option allows you to change the displayed weight unit.
Note
Do not change the scale units if you have purchased the kilogram-only option.
Press RE CALL to switch between the following options:
KILOS* This option allows the weight to display in kilograms.
POUNDS* This option allows the weight to display in pounds.
bEEPEr*
This option determines the audible signal that occurs when a front panel button is pressed.
Press RE CALL to switch between ON and OFF.
rECALL*
Press RE CALL to change the RE CALL button functionality between ON and OFF.
rS-232
Detailed instructions for this feature are available from Welch Allyn. Go to http://
www.welchallyn.com/en/other/contact-us.html to find your local representative.
OutPut*
This option displays the current data port output option. Detailed instructions for this feature are
available from Welch Allyn. Go to http://www.welchallyn.com/en/other/contact-us.html to find
your local representative.
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Set the value to OFF to disable the optional internal printer or the RS-232 port.
PrtUnt*
This option determines whether pounds or kilograms are displayed on a printout.
Press RE CALL to switch between the following options:
If the pounds and kilograms indicators are illuminated on the control panel, the printed output is
determined by whichever unit is selected on the control panel.
If the kilogram indicator is illuminated, it will only print in kilograms, regardless of the unit is
selected on the control panel.
If the pounds indicator is illuminated, it will only print in pounds, regardless of the unit is
selected on the control panel.
PrtOPT*
Press RE CALL to switch between the following options:
PnlPrt: The current weight is printed when PRINT is pressed on the control panel.
AutPrt: The current weight is automatically printed when a weight reading occurs.
bAud*
This option allows you to set the baud rate.
Press RE CALL to switch between 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, and 19200.
pArity*
Press RE CALL to switch between the following options:
Off: No parity, 8 data bits
Odd: Odd parity, 7 data bits
EuEn: Even parity, 7 data bits
StPbit*
Press RE CALL to switch between the following options:
1 bit: One stop at the end of a word
2 bits: Two stops at the end of a word
rtS.ctS*
Press RE CALL to switch between ON for the printer and OFF for RS232 transmissions.
Prtbtn*
Press RE CALL to turn On or Off the front panel PRINT button.
rtEPrt*
Press RE CALL to turn On or Off the enabling of printing from a remote location by
connecting the receive line to the ground.
PC brd
This option displays the model number of the printed circuit board. A second press of ST
displays the revision of the printed circuit board.
SEt-UP
This option is displayed when you have cycled through all the options. Press and hold ON to
power down the scale.
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Scale operation
Power options
The scale can be used with battery power or with AC power.
Battery power
CAUTION Use only size D disposable alkaline batteries. The use of any
other battery will void the warranty.
Press ON to turn on the scale.
The scale automatically turns off after 45 seconds of non-use when operating on battery
power.
The LO BATT indicator illuminates when the battery power is low.
bAttrY displays when the batteries are unable to properly power the scale.
Replace the batteries when either of these messages are displayed.
AC power
When plugged in, the scale continuously runs on AC power automatically.
The scale switches to battery power when AC power is not present.
Audible beeps
The following beeps occur when using the scale.
Sound
Meaning
One beep
Acknowledgment of a button press.
Two beeps
The scale is zeroed and ready to take a measurement.
Three beeps
The weight reading is obtained and displayed.
No print, four
short beeps
A print was requested, but valid weight is not displayed on the scale, or PRINT was pressed while
the printer is in use.
No print, four
long beeps
There is a problem with the printer. Contact your service department.
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Four long
beeps
The scale has entered setup mode.
Weighing procedure
1. Press ON to turn on the scale.
The scale sounds one beep.
2. Wait for the scale to display 0.0.
The scale sounds two beeps.
3. Place the patient on the scale and make sure that his or her weight is evenly
distributed.
The scale sounds three beeps and the patient's weight is displayed.
4. If necessary, press REWEIGH to perform another weight measurement.
5. If necessary, press RECALL to display the previously stored scale measurement.
Note
A measurement is stored in the scale until a new weight is
taken and zeroes out.
A stationary display of - - indicates a negative weight. Make sure that there is nothing on
the scale and press ZERO to set the zero.
If O-LOAd is displayed, the capacity of the scale has been exceeded.
Wheelchair weighing procedure (models 6002, 6702,
6702SP, 6702W)
1. Make sure that the scale ramps are down.
2. Press ON to turn on the scale.
The scale sounds one beep.
3. Wait for the scale to display 0.0.
The scale sounds two beeps.
4. Place the empty wheelchair on the scale and make sure the weight is evenly
distributed.
The scale sounds three beeps and the empty wheelchair weight is displayed. Write
down and save this measurement.
5. Place the patient in the wheelchair and place both on the scale. Make sure the
weight is evenly distributed.
The scale sounds three beeps and the patient's weight is displayed.
6. Subtract the measurement obtained in Step 4 from the measurement in Step 5 to
get the patient's weight.
7. If necessary, press REWEIGH to perform another weight measurement.
8. If necessary, press RECALL to display the previously stored scale measurement.
Note
A measurement is stored in the scale until a new weight is
taken and zeroes out.
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A stationary display of - - indicates a negative weight. Make sure that there is nothing on
the scale and press ZERO to set the zero.
If O-LOAd displays, the capacity of the scale has been exceeded.
If OFF SCALE PLEASE – displays, remove the patient from the scale. Wait for the scale
to display 0.0 and retry the measurement.
Print a weight measurement
Printers are a purchasable option for some scales. The printer will only print a valid
weight. If your printer is set up with the auto-print option, a print is automatically
generated after a measurement is taken.
1. Take a weight measurement as described.
A single beep sounds.
2. Press PRINT (DATA) SEND.
A single beep sounds and the measurement is printed.
3. To print a previously stored scale measurement, press RECALL and then press
PRINT (DATA) SEND.
The following errors can occur:
•
Four short beeps indicate an invalid print request. Make sure that the weight is
properly displayed on the scale, or that a measurement is not already in the printing
process.
•
Four long beeps indicate an internal problem with the printer. See the
Troubleshooting section.
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Storage, cleaning, and maintenance
Storage
The scale should be stored in a convenient storage facility or closet. Make sure to not
leave the scale in an area where someone could trip on it or run into it.
Cleaning
Use one of the following products when cleaning your scale:
•
70 percent isopropyl alcohol
•
PDI Sani-Cloths®
Battery replacement
CAUTION Use only size D disposable alkaline batteries. The use of any
other battery will void the warranty.
1. Using a screwdriver, remove the two fasteners on the access door and remove the
door.
2. Install six new batteries in the battery holder. Make sure to follow the polarity
instructions.
3. Re-attach the access door.
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Change the printer paper
The printer is a purchasable option.
1. Use a screwdriver to loosen the screw on the battery access door and remove the
printer access door.
2. Remove the spindle containing the empty printer paper roll from the printer paper
well.
3. Replace the printer paper roll in the spindle. Make sure the new printer paper is
advancing from the bottom of the roll.
4. Lift the green knob to lift the print head lever.
5. Insert the paper through the paper guide slot, and make sure it goes under and
around the black roller bar.
6. Pull the paper under the print head lever and push the green knob down to push the
print head lever down.
7. Press PAPER ADVANCE to move the paper through the printer.
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8. Install the printer access door, and advance the new paper through the slot on the
door.
9. Install the screw on the printer access door.
Maintenance
Routinely perform the following preventive maintenance to keep your scale in working
order.
1. Check the calibration annually or as required.
2. Inspect the scale for cracks or loose mounting hardware. Replace or repair as
necessary.
3. Visually inspect the scale enclosure for damage or loose or missing hardware.
Replace or repair as necessary.
4. If equipped, inspect the AC line cord for abrasions or other signs of wear.
5. Do not expose the scale to excessive water or moisture.
6. Do not store the scale where heavy objects can be placed on it.
7. Replace the batteries annually or as required.
8. Do not service or perform maintenance while the scale is in use with a patient.
Troubleshooting
This section presents tables of information to help you troubleshoot issues with the
scale.
To use these tables, locate the specific problem with your scale in the left column of the
table. The remainder of the row explains possible causes and suggests actions that can
resolve the issue.
Issue
Possible cause
The weight reading is not accurate There may be a mechanical obstruction on the
platform
Suggested action
Make sure the platform is not
touching a foreign object or
something restricting its
downward motion.
The cable between the platform and the
instrument circuit board may not be connected
Connect the cable.
The cable on the mast may not be connected
Connect the cable.
The weight reading takes too long The platform may be in motion
to display
Wait for the platform to settle.
The scale displays CAbLE
There may be a cable failure
Contact your service department.
The scale displays O-LOAd
The object on the scale may be larger than the
maximum value allowed
If the weight value is within the
specified range, contact your
service department.
The reading does not change when The load cell transducer, connector, or cable may Contact your service department.
weight is applied to the scale
be defective
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Issue
Possible cause
Suggested action
The scale buttons are not
responding
The buttons may be damaged
Check for visible signs of
damage.
Contact your service department.
The error message E-FAIL is
displayed
The scale's memory has failed
Contact your service department.
The error message r-FAIL is
displayed
The scale's memory has failed.
Contact your service department.
The printer failed to print, and
there were four short beeps
A valid weight may not be present
Make sure the patient's weight is
indicated on scale before you
press PRINT.
The printer failed to print, and
there were four long beeps
There may be a problem with the printer
Contact your service department.
The printer runs but the result is
blank or is faint
There may be a problem with the printer paper
Make sure you are using thermal
paper in the printer.
The print is distorted
There may be a problem with the printer head or Contact your service department.
the printer interface door
The low battery light flashes during The battery may be low
printing
Replace the battery.
The printed paper tears poorly or
unevenly
Check for signs of damage such
as missing teeth or cracks. If
damaged, contact your service
department.
The tear bar may be damaged
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Appendices
Specifications
Item
Specification
Scales
5002, 5122, 5702, 6002, 6702, 6702SP, 6702W
Resolution (factory default)
0.1 lb / 100 gm
Weighing capacity
Models 5002 and 6002: 880 lb (400 kg)
Models 5702, 6702, 6702SP, 6702W: 1000 lb (454 kg)
Model 5122: 660 lb (300 kg)
Readout
Large, bright light-emitting diode display.
Selectable weight displayed in pounds or kilograms.
Indicator light to show selected units.
Power source
Battery
• 6 D alkaline batteries
Power adapter
• Medical grade UL listed external power supply
• Nominal input voltage: 100-240V AC ±10%
• Nominal input frequency: 50/60 Hz
• Nominal input current: 0.3-0.15Arms @ max load
• Nominal output voltage: Uout : 12V DC +5% / -5%
• Nominal output current: Iout : 1000mA
Platform dimensions
5002: 18 in. x 19.5 in. x 1.5 in.
5702: 24 in. x 26 in. x 2 in.
6002: 24 in. x 26 in. x 2 in.
5122: 16 in. x 14 in. x 1.5 in.
6702: 28.25 in. x 29.25 in. x 3.25 in.
6702W: 28.25 in. x 31.75 in. x 3.25 in.
6702SP: 35 in. x 29.75 in. x 3.25 in.
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Product configurations
The Welch Allyn Masted Scales are available in the following configurations:
Model 5002, Mobile Stand-On Scale
Model
Description
5002-KP
Mobile Stand-On Scale, kilogram only, printer
5002-KX
Mobile Stand-On Scale, kilogram only, data port
5002-XP
Mobile Stand-On Scale, lb/kg, printer
5002-XX
Mobile Stand-On Scale, lb/kg, data port
Model 5122, Low-Profile Stand-On Scale
Model
Description
5122-K
Low-Profile Stand-On Scale, kilogram only
5122-X
Low-Profile Stand-On Scale, lb/kg
Model 5702, Mobile Bariatric Stand-On Scale
Model
Description
5702-KP
Mobile Bariatric Stand-On Scale, kilogram only, printer
5702-KX
Mobile Bariatric Stand-On Scale, kilogram only, data port
5702-XP
Mobile Bariatric Stand-On Scale, lb/kg, printer
5702-XX
Mobile Bariatric Stand-On Scale, lb/kg, data port
Model 6002, Wheelchair Scale
Model
Description
6002-KP
Wheelchair Scale, kilogram only, printer
6002-KX
Wheelchair Scale, kilogram only, data port
6002-XP
Wheelchair Scale, lb/kg, printer
6002-XX
Wheelchair Scale, lb/kg, data port
Model 6702, Oversized Wheelchair Scale (28.25 in. x 29.25 in. x 3.25 in.)
Model
Description
6702-KP
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, kilogram only, printer
Directions for use
Appendices
Model
Description
6702-KX
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, kilogram only, data port
6702-XP
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, lb/kg, printer
6702-XX
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, lb/kg, data port
Model 6702SP, Oversized Wheelchair Scale (35 in. x 29.75 in. x 3.25 in.)
Model
Description
6702SP-KP
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, kilogram only, printer
6702SP-KX
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, kilogram only, data port
6702SP-XP
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, lb/kg, printer
6702SP-XX
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, lb/kg, data port
Model 6702W, Oversized Wheelchair Scale (28.25 in. x 31.75 in. x 3.25 in.)
Model
Description
6702W-KP
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, kilogram only, printer
6702W-KX
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, kilogram only, data port
6702W-XP
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, lb/kg, printer
6702W-XX
Oversized Wheelchair Scale, lb/kg, data port
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Appendices
Welch Allyn Masted Scales
Approved accessories
Model 5002
Part number
Description
845010
Height gauge (in and cm)
845010M
Height gauge (metric only)
845010W
Wall-mounted height gauge (in and cm)
23709
Thermal printer paper (box, 15 rolls)
845233-KIT
12-volt power supply with US AC line cord kit
Model 5122
Part number
Description
845010W
Wall-mounted height gauge (in and cm)
341001
Power adapter
Model 5702
Part number
Description
845010B
Height gauge for 5702 (in and cm)
845010W
Wall-mounted height gauge (in and cm)
23709
Thermal printer paper (box, 15 rolls)
845233-KIT
12-volt power supply with US AC line cord kit
Model 6002
Part number
Description
60224
Handrail
845010
Height gauge (in and cm)
845010M
Height gauge (metric only)
845010W
Wall-mounted height gauge (in and cm)
23709
Thermal printer paper (box, 15 rolls)
845233-KIT
12-volt power supply with US AC line cord kit
Directions for use
Appendices
Models 6702, 6702W, and 6702SP
Part number
Description
60224
Handrail
845010
Height gauge (in and cm)
845010W
Wall-mounted height gauge (in and cm)
23709
Thermal printer paper (box, 15 rolls)
845233-KIT
12-volt power supply with US AC line cord kit
Warranty
Welch Allyn will warranty the weight scale to be free of defects in material and
workmanship and to perform in accordance with manufacturer specifications for the
period of one year from the date of retail purchase.
The warranty period shall start on the date of purchase. The date of purchase is: 1) the
invoiced ship date if the device was purchased directly from Welch Allyn, 2) the date
specified during product registration, 3) the date of purchase of the product from a
Welch Allyn authorized distributor as documented from a receipt from said distributor.
This warranty does NOT cover damages caused by misuse or abuse, including but not
limited to:
•
Failure caused by unauthorized repairs or modifications
•
Damage caused by shock or dropping during transportation
•
Damage caused by improper use of the power supply
•
Failure caused by improper operation not consistent with the instructions stated in
this Directions for use
Should this device require maintenance (or replacement at our option) under warranty,
contact your local Welch Allyn representative: http://www.welchallyn.com/en/other/
contact-us.html
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