User manual
ICS429
Weighing terminals
Terminal and platform combinations
ICS429a / ICS429d
ICS429a-.../t
ICS429a-.../f
ICS429a-.../c
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Introduction..........................................................................................................4
Safety instructions.................................................................................................4
Presentation..........................................................................................................5
Commissioning................................................................................................... 12
Use in hygienically sensitive areas......................................................................... 14
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
Operation........................................................................................................... 15
Switching on and off............................................................................................ 15
Zeroing / Zero point correction............................................................................... 15
Simple weighing.................................................................................................. 15
Weighing with tare............................................................................................... 16
Displaying the capacity available.......................................................................... 17
Average (dynamic) weighing................................................................................. 18
Working with identifications.................................................................................. 18
Printing results.................................................................................................... 19
Displaying information......................................................................................... 19
Environment and cleaning.................................................................................... 20
Verification test.................................................................................................... 22
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
Settings in the menu...........................................................................................23
Operating the menu............................................................................................. 23
Scale menu block – analog scales........................................................................ 26
Scale menu block – IDNet scales.......................................................................... 29
Application menu block........................................................................................ 32
Terminal menu block............................................................................................33
Communication menu block................................................................................. 36
Maintenance menu block.....................................................................................44
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
Event and error messages...................................................................................45
Error conditions................................................................................................... 45
Errors and warnings............................................................................................. 46
Smart weighing counter / spanner icon.................................................................. 47
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5.1
5.2
5.3
Technical data and accessories...........................................................................48
Technical data weighing terminal..........................................................................48
Technical data of weighing platforms.....................................................................50
Accessories........................................................................................................53
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Appendix...........................................................................................................55
Notice for verified instruments in EC countries......................................................... 55
Disposal............................................................................................................. 55
Tables of Geo Code values................................................................................... 56
Protocol printouts................................................................................................ 57
Index..................................................................................................................58
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Introduction
1.1
Safety instructions
General
▲▲ Do not use the device in an hazardous environment! Special devices are available in
our range of products for hazardous environments.
▲▲ The safety of the device cannot be ensured if it is not operated in accordance with
these operating instructions.
▲▲ Only authorised personnel may open the device.
Devices with built-in power supply unit
▲▲ Ensure that the power socket outlet for the device is earthed and easily accessible, so
that it can be de-energised rapidly in emergencies.
▲▲ Ensure that the supply voltage at the installation site lies within the range of 100 V
to 240 V.
▲▲ Check the power cable regularly for damage. If it is damaged, immediately disconnect
the device from the power supply.
▲▲ Ensure that there is a space of at least 3 cm at the rear in order to prevent the power
cable from being bent too strongly.
Devices with built-in storage battery
▲▲ Do not use the battery charger in humid or dusty rooms or below 0°C (32 °F) ambient
temperature.After the built-in storage battery has been charged, the cover cap of the
charging socket at the device must be closed.
Terminal and platform combinations
▲▲ The maximum static safe load must never be exceeded. Observe the operation limits,
see Technical data.
▲▲ Avoid falling loads, shock loads as well as impacts from the side.
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Presentation
1.2.1
Weighing terminals
There are two versions of the ICS429 weighing terminal:
ICS429a with analog scale interface: to connect analog METTLER TOLEDO weighing platforms
ICS429d with digital scale interface:
to connect METTLER TOLEDO weighing platforms with IDNet interface
On the rear the weighing terminal is equipped with a swivel bracket for mounting the
terminal on the wall or to a METTLER TOLEDO column. As an accessory a table stand for
setting up the terminal on the table is available.
1.2.2
Terminal and platform combinations
The complete name of a terminal and platform combination also indicates the type, size
and capacity of the connected analog weighing platform. E.g., ICS429a-QA6/c stands for
ICS429a type of weighing terminal and type of weighing interface
QA
design and size of the weighing platform
6
weighing platform capacity in kg
c
mechanical design
By default the weighing platforms are equipped with an aluminium load cell and a
readability setting of 3000 or 5000 divisions, non-approved.
ICS429a-.../f
The weighing terminal is fixed to the front of the weighing platform.
Terminal and platform can be handled as one unit, easy to install and to change the
location.The perfect solution if a stand or a bracket would hinder an effective working
process.
ICS429a-.../t
Weighing terminal and weighing platform are connected by cable.
Suitable for wall mount operation and desk operation with an additional desk mounting
plate, see Options. The combination can be upgraded with a stand, see Accessories.
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ICS429a-.../c
Hygienic optimal version. Weighing terminal and column are seamlessly welded together.
Easy to clean, cables run inside the column.
1.2.3
Options
The following options are available for the ICS429:
Weighing terminal
• Built-in storage battery
• One additional communication interface
–– RS232
–– RS422/RS485
–– Ethernet interface
–– USB device interface
–– Digital I/O (4 Inputs and 4 Outputs)
• Desk mounting plate
Terminal and platform combinations
• Load cells for more challenging environments
–– Standard: aluminium load cell (identical to PBA226 with hygienic kit)
–– Option: potted stainless steel load cell (identical to PBA426 with hygienic kit)
–– Option: hermetically sealed stainless steel load cell (identical to PBA429 with
hygienic kit)
• Other resolutions (availability depending on region, weighing unit and Weights and
Measures approval)
–– Verification OIML Class III, 1 x 3,000 e
–– 6,000 d (non-approvable)
–– 10,000 d (non-approvable)
–– 15,000 d (non-approvable)
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Display
To meet your special requirements, three different display layouts are available.
1
Default layout
2
3
4
5
10
6
8
7
1
Big font mode
2
3
4
5
10
6
7
1
3-line mode
10
9
2.080kg
1.000kg
1.080kg
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
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2
3
4
5
6
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Metrological data – for details see below
Weight value with star, sign and stability monitor – for details see below
Spanner icon: service required – for details see chapter "Event and error messages"
Battery symbol
Net/Gross
Unit
Bargraph – to show the scale capacity used
Auxiliary data – can be defined in the menu
Gross/tare/net display
Symbol and info line – for details see below
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Metrological data line
In the metrological data line the following information is displayed:
Symbol
,
,
,
,
.
Information
Remark
Accuracy classes
Displayed only if the scale is approved
according to the Weights and Measures
guidelines
Weighing range
information
For multi range devices only,
dsplayed only if the scale is approved
according to the Weights and Measures
guidelines
Maximum capacity
Minimum capacity
Displayed only if the scale is approved
according to the OIML Weights and
Measures guidelines
Approved resolution
OIML: Displayed only if the scale is
approved
NTEP: Displayed only if the scale is
approved and d is different from e
Display resolution
OIML: Displayed only if the scale is not
approved or if d is different from e
NTEP: Displayed always
Approved weighing
device
Metrology display disabled,
Weights and Measures data must be
indicated on a label near the weight
display
Weight display
The weight value can be marked with the following symbols:
Symbol
Information
Remark
✱
Calculated weight value
E.g. for average weighing results
–
Sign
For negative weight values
Stability monitor
For unstable weight values
Non-approved last digit
with e > d
For approved scales only
The example shows the weight value for a
scale with e = 1 g and d = 0.1 g
The last, smaller digit is not approved
1.2343 kg
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Symbols and info line
In the symbols and info line the following information may be displayed:
Symbol
Information
Remark
l<–>l 1
Weighing range
For multi range or multi interval scales only
Weight below
minimum weight
MinWeigh must be activated in the menu
Average weighing
Average must be activated in the menu
Automatic taring
Auto Tare must be activated in the menu
Automatic clearing
of the tare weight
A-Clear Tare must be activated in the
menu
Center of zero
indication
Availability depending on local Weights and
Measures regulations
>0<
Device information
ICS429 offers the possibility to configure the following device information to identify the
device according to your company’s naming conventions:
• Device identifier
• Device location
In addition Device name provides the complete type information already entered in
the factory, e.g., ICS429a-A15/t
This device information can be used as follows:
• displayed in the auxiliary line of the display
• displayed via
• printed/transferred together with the weight value
➜➜ Please ask the METTLER TOLEDO service technician to configure Device
identifier and Device location according to your specific requirements.
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Key
Keyboard
Name
Function in the operating mode
Function in the menu
Power
• Switch on and off
• Cancel editing
• Cancel editing
• Exit menu
Clear
• Clear tare
• Leave info page
• Clear value, clear digit
Switch
• Switch over weight unit
• In numeric entries: to the next digit to the
right
• Re-edit
Zero
• Set scale to zero, clear tare
• Scroll up
• In numeric entries: increment value
Tare
• Tare scale, clear tare
• Scroll down
• In numeric entries: decrement value
Info
• Activate info screen
• Proceed to next info line / info page
• Freeze and release startup screen
• To the next higher menu level (scroll left)
• In numeric entries: to the next digit to the
left
Transfer
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• Transfer data to a printer or computer • Enter menu item (scroll right)
• Press and hold key: Call up menu
• Confirm entry / selection
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Connections
Weighing terminal only, ICS429a-.../f, ICS429a-.../t
1
4
2
5
6
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
5
4
3
Weighing platform connection
Verification securing seal
Pressure compensation
AC power supply or battery charging
Standard interface COM1 (RS232)
Optional interface COM2
ICS429a-.../c
1 Optional interface COM2
2 Weighing platform connection
3 Pressure compensation
4 AC power supply or battery charging
5 Standard interface COM1 (RS232)
Note
The verification securing seal is applied on the weighing terminal as described in the
section above.
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1.3
Commissioning
1.3.1
Selecting the weighing platform location
The correct location is crucial to the accuracy of the weighing results.
➜➜ Select a stable, vibration-free and if possible a horizontal location for the weighing
platform.
The ground must be able to safely bear the weight of the fully loaded weighing platform.
➜➜ Observe the following environmental conditions:
–– No direct sunlight
–– No strong drafts
–– No excessive temperature fluctuations
1.3.2
Levelling the weighing platform
Only weighing platforms that have been levelled precisely horizontally provide accurate
weighing results. Weights and Measures approved weighing platforms have a spirit level
to simplify levelling.
1. Turn the adjustable feet of the weighing platform until the spirit level’s air bubble is
inside the inner circle.
2. Tighten the lock nuts of the adjustable feet.
1.3.3
Weighing platform connection and interface commissioning
The weighing platform connection to the weighing terminal as well as the comminssioning
of the interfaces are described in the ICS4x9 installation instructions.
➜➜ Call the METTLER TOLEDO service technician or carry out commissioning in
accordance with the installation instructions.
1.3.4
Power supply connection
CAUTION
Risk of electric shock!
▲▲ Before connecting the power supply, check whether the voltage value printed on the
rating plate corresponds to your local system voltage.
▲▲ Do not under any circumstances connect the device if the voltage value on the rating
plate deviates from the local system voltage.
▲▲ Make sure the weighing platform has reached room temperature before switching on
the power supply.
➜➜ Plug the power plug into the power socket.
After it has been connected, the device runs a self-test. The device is ready to operate
when zero appears on the display.
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Handling of the built-in storage battery
Note the following when operating a device with a built-in storage battery:
• The operating life depends on the intensity of use, the configuration and the connected
scale. For details see the technical data.
• The battery symbol shows the current state of charge of the storage battery.
–– One segment corresponds to approx. 25 % capacity.
–– If the symbol flashes, the storage battery has to be charged. A message is
displayed, too.
–– During charging the segments are "running" until the battery is fully charged and
all segments light up continuously.
• The charging time of the storage battery amounts to approx. 6 hours.
If work is continued during the charging process, the charging time is extended.
• The storage battery is protected against overcharging.
• The storage battery has a service life of approx. 2 years or 500 to 1,000 charging/
discharging cycles.
• The storage battery is also suitable for permanent mains operation.
CAUTION
Danger of soiling because the charger for the storage battery is not protected to IP69K!
▲▲ Do not charge the device in humid or dusty rooms.
▲▲ After the storage battery has been charged, close the cover cap of the charging socket
at the device.
CAUTION
No success in charging the storage battery due to low temperatures!
▲▲ Do not charge the battery if the battery temperature is below 0 °C (32 °F). Charging
is not possible in this temperature range.
▲▲ Do not operate the battery charger outside its temperature range of 0 °C to 40 °C
(32 °F to 104 °F).
Recommended use of the built-in storage battery
The characteristics mentioned above are only valid if the following recommendations are
observed:
• Connect the device to the battery charger as soon as the warning message "Low battery"
appears and the battery symbol starts flashing. When the message appeares you still
have enough time (at least 10 minutes) to complete your current task.
• Keep the battery charger connected until the charging process is completed, i.e., all
segments of the battery symbol light up continuously.
• For optimum battery performance operate the device with built-in storage battery at an
ambient temperature in the range of 10 °C to 30 °C (50 °F to 86 °F). This applies to
discharging as well as charging the battery.
• If you plan to put the scale out of operation for a longer period charge the battery
completely.
• Even if you do not use the instrument, charge the battery at least every 3 months to
avoid deep discharge.
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Use in hygienically sensitive areas
The device is easy to clean and is designed to be used in the food industry.
Features
• Terminal housing and load plate made of stainless steel
• No open threads
• No screws with recesses
• Keypad made of PET with a smooth surface
• Reduced horizontal surfaces
• Continuous welding seams
The standard load cell is made of aluminium. As an option, stainless steel load cells are
available.
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Operation
2.1
Switching on and off
Switching on
➜➜ Press .
For a few seconds, the device shows a start-up screen with device name, software
version, serial number of the weighing terminal and the Geo value (only if an analog
weighing device is connected).
You can freeze the start-up screen by pressing .
Switching off
2.2
➜➜ Press .
Before the display goes out, -OFF- appears briefly.
Zeroing / Zero point correction
Zeroing corrects the influence of slight changes on the load plate or minor deviations from
the zero point.
Manual
Automatic
1. Unload scale.
2. Press
.
Zero appears in the display.
In the case of non-verified scales, the automatic zero point correction can be deactivated
in the menu or the zero range can be changed. Approved scales are set fixed to 0.5 d.
As standard, the zero point of the scale is automatically corrected when the scale is
unloaded.
• The zero function is only available within a limited weighing range.
• After zeroing the scale, the whole weighing range is still available.
• A successful zeroing will always delete a tare weight.
2.3
Simple weighing
1. Place weighing sample on the scale.
2. Wait until the stability monitor goes out.
3. Read the weighing result.
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2.4
2.4.1
Weighing with tare
Taring
➜➜ Place the empty container on the scale and press
The zero display and the symbol NET appear.
The tare weight remains stored until it is cleared.
2.4.2
.
Clearing the tare
➜➜ Press .
The symbol NET goes out, the gross weight appears in the display.
If the symbol
is lighting, i.e., the A-Clear Tare function is activated in the menu
under Scale -> Tare, the tare weight is automatically cleared as soon as the scale
is unloaded.
2.4.3
Automatic clearing of the tare
A tare weight is automatically cleared when the scale is unloaded.
Prerequisite
99 The symbol
lights in the display, i.e., the tare function A-Clear Tare is
activated in the menu under Scale -> Tare.
2.4.4
Automatic taring
If you place a weight on an empty scale, the scale tares automatically and the symbol
NET is displayed.
Prerequisite
99 The symbol
lights in the display, i.e., the tare function Auto Tare is activated
in the menu under Scale -> Tare.
The weight to be tared automatically, e.g., packaging material, must be heavier than
9 display steps of the scale.
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Chain tare
With this function it is possible to tare several times if, e.g., cardboard is placed between
individual layers in a container.
Prerequisite
99 The tare function Chain tare is activated in the menu under Scale –> Tare.
1. Place the first container or packaging material on the scale and press
.
The packaging weight is automatically saved as the tare weight, the zero display and
the symbol NET appear.
2. Weigh the weighing sample and read/print out the result.
3. Place the second container or packaging material on the scale and press
again.
The total weight on the scale is saved as the new tare weight. The zero display
appears.
4. Weigh the weighing sample in the second container and read/print the result.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for other containers.
2.4.6
Tare preset
If you know the weight of your containers, you can enter the tare weight via barcode or
SICS command. Thus you do not have to tare the empty container.
Prerequisite
99 For barcode use Tare preset is selected as destination for external input.
1. Enter the known tare weight via barcode or SICS command.
The weight display shows the negative tare weight and the symbol NET appears.
2. Place the full container on the weighing platform.
The net weight is displayed.
The entered tare weight is valid until a new tare weight is entered or the tare weight is
cleared.
2.5
Displaying the capacity available
The terminal provides a graphic display of the scale capacity available.
The bargraph indicates how many per cent of the scale capacity is already occupied and
what capacity is still available.
In the example, approx. 65 % of the scale capacity is occupied.
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2.6
Average (dynamic) weighing
With the average weighing function, it is possible to weigh restless weighing samples
such as living animals. If this function is activated,
is displayed in the info line.
With average weighing, the scale calculates the mean value from 56 weighing operations
within 4 seconds.
With manual start
99 Average -> Manual is selected in the menu.
99 The weighing sample must be heavier than 9 scale divisions.
1. Place the weighing sample on the scale.
2. Press
to start average weighing.
3. During average weighing, stars appear in the display, and the average result will be
displayed with the symbol ✱.
4. Unload the scale to be able to start a new average weighing operation.
With automatic start
99 Average -> Auto is selected in the menu.
99 The weighing sample must be heavier than 9 scale divisions.
1. Place the weighing sample on the scale.
Average weighing is started automatically.
During average weighing, stars appear in the display, and the average result will be
displayed with the symbol ✱.
2. Unload the scale to be able to perform a new average weighing operation.
2.7
Working with identifications
Weighing series can be assigned 2 identification numbers ID1 and ID2 with up to
40 characters that are also printed out in the protocols. If, e.g., a customer number and
an article number are assigned, it can be clearly seen in the protocol which article was
weighed for which customer.
Barcode use (for one identification only)
99 ID1 or ID2 is selected as destination for external input.
99 To display the identification ID1 or ID2 is activated in the auxiliary line.
Using SICS command set (one or two identifications)
99 To display the identification(s) ID1 and/or ID2 are activated in the auxiliary line.
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Printing results
If a printer or computer is connected, weighing results and other information can be printed
out or transferred to a computer.
➜➜ Press
.
The defined data is printed out or transferred to the computer.
The printout content can be defined in the Templates menu.
2.9
Displaying information
Up to 10 different values for display can be configured in the menu for the info key.
Depending on the configuration in the menu Terminal –> Device –> Keyboard
–> Info key, the following data can be assigned in a free order, e.g.:
• Date & Time
• Weight values
• Identifications
• Device information
1. Press .
The (first) info screen is displayed.
2. Press again.
With one info screen only, the weight display appears.
With several info screens, the next info screen is displayed.
3. With several info screens, press to leave the info screens.
An info screen is displayed until is pressed again or
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2.10
Environment and cleaning
2.10.1
Overview
The devices are designed to be used in a wet environment. Depending on the environment
and the cleaning procedures, we suggest weighing platforms with different types of load
cells. The following table gives you a detailed overview about recommended environment
and suitable cleaning procedures.
Terminal
IP rating
Weighing platform
ICS429a
ICS429d
Standard version
potted aluminium
load cell
Option
Option
potted stainless steel hermetically sealed
load cell
stainless steel load cell
IP68/IP69k
IP65
IP65/IP67
IP68/IP69k
Environment
Short time wet (30 min / day)
✔
✔
✔
✔
Part time wet (120 min / day)
✔
–
✔
✔
Permanently wet
✔
–
–
✔
Wet wipe down
✔
✔
✔
✔
Light hose down
< 5 l / min, 20 kPa
✔
✔
✔
✔
Light wash down
< 12.5 l / min, 30 kPa
✔
–
✔
✔
Heavy wash down
high pressure water and steam jet
up to 10000 kPa
✔
–
–
✔
Mild detergents
✔
✔
✔
✔
Other detergents in accordance
with the manufacturer's
specifications and instructions
✔
–
✔
✔
Cleaning procedure
Cleaning detergents
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General cleaning recommendations
Danger of electric shock
▲▲ Before cleaning, unplug the power plug in order to disconnect the terminal from the
power supply.
▲▲ Cover open connectors with cap plugs.
• Clean the protective cover separately. The protective hood is dishwasher-safe.
• Replace the protective hood regularly.
• Take off the load plate and remove any dirt and foreign substances which may have
collected underneath. Do not use any hard objects to do so.
• Do not disassemble the weighing device.
• Remove any possibly remaining detergent by rinsing with clear water.
• To prolong the lifetime of the load cell, dry it with a soft lint-free cloth immediately
after cleaning.
• Observe all the existing regulations on cleaning intervals and permissible cleaning
agents.
Cleaning of different weighing platforms as described in this User manual
➜➜ Make sure to observe the cleaning instructions for the connected weighing platform.
The weighing platform may not be designed for wet environments and the cleaning
procedures described above.
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2.11
Verification test
The weighing instrument is verified if
• the accuracy class is displayed in the metrological line,
• the securing seal is not tampered with,
• it bears an official verification mark, e.g., the green M sticker (OIML),
• the validity is not expired.
The weighing instrument is also verified if
• the metrological line shows "Approved scale",
• labels with the metrological data are placed near the weight display,
• the securing seal is not tampered with,
• it bears an official verification mark, e.g., the green M sticker (OIML),
• the validity is not expired.
The period of validity is country-specific. It is in the responsibility of the owner to renew
verification in due time.
Terminal and platform combinations
Combinations of a weighing terminal and an analog weighing platform use a Geo Code to
compensate for gravitational influence.
The manufacturer of the weighing instrument uses a defined Geo Code value for verification.
➜➜ Please check if the Geo Code in the instrument corresponds with the Geo Code value
defined for your location.
The Geo Code value is displayed when you switch on the instrument.
The Geo Code for your location is shown in the Appendix.
➜➜ Call the METTLER TOLEDO service technician if the Geo Code values do not match.
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Settings in the menu
In the menu, settings can be changed and functions can be activated. This enables
adaptation to individual weighing requirements.
The menu consists of the following 5 main blocks containing various submenus on
several levels.
Scale
Application
Terminal
Communication
Maintenance
see section 3.2 (analog scales) or 3.3 (IDNet scales)
see section 3.4
see section 3.5
see section 3.6
see section 3.7
3.1
Operating the menu
3.1.1
Calling up the menu and entering the password
The menu has 2 different operating levels: Operator and Supervisor. The Supervisor level
can be protected by a password. When the device is delivered, both levels are accessible
without a password.
Operator menu
1. Press
and keep it pressed until Enter code appears.
2. Press
again.
The menu item Terminal is displayed. Only parts of the submenu Device are
accessible.
Supervisor menu
1. Press
and keep it pressed until Enter code appears.
2. Enter the password and confirm with
.
The first menu item Scale is highlighted.
No supervisor password has been defined when the device is first delivered. Therefore,
confirm the password inquiry with
when you call up the menu for the first time.
If a password has still not been entered after a few seconds, the scale returns to the
weighing mode.
Emergency password for Supervisor access to the menu
If a password has been issued for Supervisor access to the menu and you have forgotten
it, you can still enter the menu:
➜➜ Press
3 times and confirm with
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Settings in the menu
3.1.2
Menu
1
2
3
Scale
Calibration
5
Application
Display
6
Terminal
Tare
Communication
Zero
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
3.1.3
Numeric entry
3.1.4
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Display presentation in the menu
Menu items are displayed together with their context. The following example shows the
menu start screen.
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Menu info line, i.e., menu path of the current menu item
Menu items, the selected menu item is highlighted
Scroll flag (left), like the scroll bar of your PC
Navigation info line
Scroll flag (right), like the scroll bar of your PC
Sub-menu items
Numeric entry in the menu, e.g., date
1.
2.
3.
4.
Change the highlighted number using
to increment or
Press
to move to the next place.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 until all places are set.
Confirm entry with
.
to decrement.
Exiting the menu
1. Press .
The last menu item End appears. "Save settings ?" is displayed.
2. Press OK.
The menu changes are saved and the terminal returns to the weighing mode.
- or ➜➜ Press ESC for further menu settings.
- or ➜➜ Press NO to discard changes and return to the weighing mode.
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3.1.5
Selecting and setting parameters in the menu
Example: Setting of the Chain tare function
Menu
Scale
Calibration
Application
Display
Terminal
Tare
Communication
Zero
1. In the menu start screen, press
to switch to the right side.
The first submenu Calibration is highlighted.
2. Use
/
to select Tare.
The current Tare settings are displayed on the right side.
Scale
Calibration
Auto tare
Display
Chain tare
Tare
A-Clear tare
Zero
3. Press
to open the selected (highlighted) menu item Tare.
The Tare submenus are displayed on the left side.
4. Use
/
to select Chain tare.
The current Chain tare setting is displayed on the right side.
Scale – Tare
Auto tare
Chain tare
On
A-Clear tare
5. Press
to open the selected (highlighted) menu item Chain tare.
All possible Chain tare settings are displayed on the right side, the current
setting is highlighted.
6. Use
/
to change the Chain tare setting.
7. Confirm the setting with
.
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3.2
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Scale menu block – analog scales
Factory settings are printed in bold in the following overview.
3.2.1
Overview
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Unit 1
g, kg, oz, lb, lb-oz, t
Unit 2
g, kg, oz, lb, lb-oz, t
Calibration
Display/
Units
Resolution
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Unit roll
On, Off
Zero
AZM
Off, 0.5 d, 1 d, 2 d, 5 d, 10 d
Tare
Auto tare
On, Off
Chain tare
On, Off
A-Clear
tare
On, Off, 9 d
Restart
On, Off
Filter
Vibration
Low, Medium, High
Process
Universal, Dosing
Stability
Fast, Standard, Precise
MinWeigh
Function
On, Off
Reset
Perform reset ?
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Description of the (analog) SCALE menu block
(Analog) Scale –> Calibration
This menu item is not available for verified scales.
1. Unload scale.
2. Start calibration with
.
The scale determines the zero point, -0- appears in the display.
The calibration weight to be placed on the scale flashes in the display.
3. If necessary, change the weight value displayed with
.
4. Place the calibration weight on the scale and confirm with
.
Perform calibration ?
The scale calibrates with the calibration weight loaded.
After calibration is completed, -Done- appears briefly in the display.
In order to achieve particularly high precision, calibrate under full load.
Note
The calibration process can be aborted using
.
(Analog) Scale –> Display/Units – Weighing unit and display accuracy
Unit 1
Select weighing unit 1: g, kg, oz, lb, lb-oz, t
Unit 2
Select weighing unit 2: g, kg, oz, lb, lb-oz, t
Resolution
Select readability (resolution), the possible settings depend on the connected scale.
Unit roll
When unit roll is switched on, the weight value can be displayed in all available units
.
with
Notes
• In case of verified scales, individual sub-items of the Display menu item may
not be available or only to a limited extent, depending on the respective country.
• On dual-range/dual interval scales, resolutions marked with l<–>l 1/2 are divided
up into 2 weighing ranges / intervals, e.g., 2 x 3000 d.
(Analog) Scale –> Zero – Automatic zero update
On verified scales, this menu item does not appear.
Switching on/off automatic zero update and selecting zeroing range.
Possible settings: Off; 0.5 d; 1 d; 2 d; 5 d; 10 d
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(Analog) Scale –> Tare – Tare function
Auto tare
Switching on/off automatic taring
Chain tare
Switching on/off chain tare
A-Clear tare
Switching on/off automatic clearing of the tare weight when the load is removed from
the scale.
• On The tare weight is automatically cleared if the gross weight is 0 or below zero
• Off No automatic clearing of the tare weight
• 9 d The tare weight is automatically cleared if the gross weight is within
+/– 9 display steps
(Analog) Scale –> Restart – Automatic saving of zero point and tare value
Restart
When the restart function is activated, the last zero point and the tare value are saved.
After switching off/on or after a power interruption, the device continues to work with the
saved zero point and tare value.
(Analog) Scale –> Filter –
Adaptation of the ambient conditions and the weighing type
Vibration
Adaptation to the ambient conditions
Low
• Very steady and stable environment. The scale works very rapidly, but is very
sensitive to external influences.
Medium
• Normal environment. The scale operates at medium speed.
High
• Restless environment. The scale works more slowly, but is insensitive to external
influences.
Process
Adaptation to the weighing process
Universal
• Universal setting for all weighing samples and normal weighing goods.
Dosing
• Dispensing liquid or powdery weighing samples.
Stability
Adjusting the stability detector
Fast
• The scale operates very fast.
Standard
• The scale operates at medium speed.
Precise
• The scale operates with the greatest possible reproducibility.
The slower the scale works, the greater the reproducibility of the weighing results.
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(Analog) Scale –> MinWeigh – Minimum weighing-in quantity
Before you can use this function, the METTLER TOLEDO service technician has to determine
and to enter a minimum weight value.
Switching minimum weight function on/off
If the weight on the scale drops below the stored minimum weight,
symbols and info line.
Function
appears in the
(Analog) Scale –> Reset – Resetting scale settings to factory settings
Confirmation inquiry
• Reset the analog scale settings to factory settings with YES.
• Do not reset scale settings with NO.
Perform reset ?
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Scale menu block – IDNet scales
Factory settings are printed in bold in the following overview.
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Display/
Units
Unit 2
g, kg, oz, lb, t
Unit roll
On, Off
Zero
AZM
On, Off
Tare
Auto tare
On, Off
Chain tare
On, Off
A-Clear
tare
On, Off, 9 d
Restart
On, Off
Filter
Vibration
Stable, Normal, Unstable
Process
Finefill, Universal, Absolut
Stability
ASD=0, ASD=1, ASD=2, ASD=3, ASD=4
Update
The possible settings depend on the connected scale
MinWeigh
Function
Reset
Perform reset?
On, Off
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Settings in the menu
3.3.2
Description of the (IDNet) Scale menu block
(IDNet) Scale –> Display – Weighing unit
Unit 2
Select weighing unit 2: g, kg, oz, lb, t
Unit roll
When unit roll is switched on, the weight value can be displayed in all available units
.
with
Notes
• In case of verified scales, individual sub-items of the Display menu item may
not be available or only to a limited extent, depending on the respective country.
• On multi-range/multi-interval scales, the symbol l<–>l with number indicates the
current range or interval.
(IDNet) Scale –> Zero – Automatic zero update
On verified scales, this menu item does not appear.
Switching on/off automatic zero update
The effective range of the zero update mode (0.5 d; 1 d; 2 d; 3 d) can only be set by
service technician.
AZM
(IDNet) Scale –> Tare – Tare function
Auto tare
Switching on/off automatic taring
Chain tare
Switching on/off chain tare
A-Clear tare
Switching on/off automatic clearing of the tare weight when the load is removed from
the scale.
• On The tare weight is automatically cleared if the gross weight is 0 or below zero
• Off No automatic clearing of the tare weight
• 9 d The tare weight is automatically cleared if the gross weight is within
+/– 9 display steps
(IDNet) Scale –> Restart – Automatic saving of zero point and tare value
Restart
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When the Restart function is activated, the last zero point and the tare value are saved.
After switching off/on or after a power interruption, the device continues to work with the
saved zero point and tare value.
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(IDNet) Scale –> Filter –
Adaptation to the ambient conditions and the weighing type
Vibration
Adaptation to the ambient conditions
Stable
• Very steady and stable environment. The scale works very rapidly, but is very
sensitive to external influences.
Normal
• Normal environment. The scale operates at medium speed.
Unstable
• Restless environment. The scale works more slowly, but is insensitive to external
influences.
Process
Adaptation to the weighing process
Finefill
• Dispensing of liquid or powdered weighing samples.
Universal
• Universal setting for all weighing modes and normal weighing goods.
Absolut
• For solid bodies under extreme conditions, e.g. strong vibrations.
Stability
Adjusting stability monitoring
ASD = 0 ... ASD = 4
ASD = 0
ASD = 1
ASD = 2
ASD = 3
ASD = 4
Stability monitoring switched off
Only possible for non-verified scales
Rapid display
Good reproducibility
⇑
⇓
⇑
⇓
Slow display
Excellent reproducitility
(IDNet) Scale –> Update – Setting the display speed of the weight display
This menu item is only displayed if the UPDATE function is supported by the connected
scale.
xx UPS
Selecting the number of updates per second (UPS)
Note
The possible settings depend on the connected scale
(IDNet) Scale –> MinWeigh – Minimum weighing-in quantity
Before you can use this function, the METTLER TOLEDO service technician has to determine
and to enter a minimum weight value.
Switching minimum weight function on/off
If the weight on the scale drops below the stored minimum weight,
symbols and info line.
Function
appears in the
(IDNet) Scale –> Reset – Resetting scale settings to factory settings
Perform reset ?
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• Reset the digital scale settings to factory settings with YES.
• Do not reset scale settings with NO.
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Settings in the menu
3.4
Application menu block
Factory settings are printed in bold in the following overviews
3.4.1
3.4.2
Overview
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Average
Off, Auto, Manual
Reset
Perform reset ?
Description
Application –> Average –
Determining the average weight for an unstable load (dynamic weighing)
Off
Calculating average weight switched off
Auto
Calculating average weight with automatic start of the weighing cycle
Manual
Calculating average weight with manual start of the weighing cycle via
Application –> Reset – Resetting application settings to factory settings
Perform reset ?
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Confirmation inquiry
• Reset the application settings to factory settings with YES.
• Do not reset application settings with NO.
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Terminal menu block
Factory settings are printed in bold in the following overview.
3.5.1
Overview
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Device
Language
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, ...
Sleep /
Power off
Off, 1 minute, 3 minutes, 5 minutes, 15 minutes,
30 minutes
Display
Layout
Default, Big font mode, 3-Line mode
Auxiliary
line
Not used, Date & Time, Gross, Net, Tare,
HighRes, ID1, ID2, Dev. identifier,
Dev. location
Contrast
1 ... 10
Brightness
1 ... 10
Backlight
off, 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 30 seconds,
1 minute, On
Weight hold 0 s ... 10 s
Keyboard
Key lock
Power,
Clear,
Switch,
Info,
Transfer
Lock, Unlock
Info key
Item 1
...
Item 10
Not used, Date & Time, Gross,
Net, Tare, HighRes & Net,
ID1, ID2, Dev. identifier,
Dev. location, Dev. name,
SNR Terminal, SNR Scale 1,
Firmware Vers.
Date & Time Format
Date
dd/mm/yyyy (EU), mm/dd/yyyy (US)
Time
hh:mm:ss
Meridian
AM, PM
Beeper
On, Off
Access
Supervisor
Password
Reset
Perform Reset ?
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Settings in the menu
3.5.2
Description of the Terminal menu block
Terminal –> Device – General device settings
Language
Selecting the language of the operator interface
Possible languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese
We will expand the available languages continuously.
Sleep
(User access)
This menu item only appears on devices in mains operation.
When Sleep is activated, the device switches off display and backlighting after the time
period set when not in use and gross weight 0. Display and backlighting are switched
on again by pressing a key or if the weight changes.
Possible settings: Off, 1 min, 3 min, 5 min, 15 min, 30 min (approximate values)
Power Off
(User access)
This menu item only appears on devices in battery operation.
When Power Off is activated, the device switches itself off automatically after the time
period set when not in use. After this, it must be switched on again using .
Possible settings: Off, 1 min, 3 min, 5 min, 15 min, 30 min (approximate values)
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Display
Configuring the display window.
Layout
Selecting the presentation of the weight value
Possible settings: Default, Big font mode, 3-Line mode
Auxiliary line
Selecting the contents of the auxiliary display line
Possible settings: Not used (auxiliary line blank), Date & Time, Gross, Net, Tare,
HighRes (weight value in higher resolution), ID1, ID2, Device Identifier, Device Location
Contrast
(User access)
Setting the contrast of the display
Possible settings: 1 ... 10
Brightness
(User access)
Setting the brightness of the display
Possible settings: 1 ... 10
Backlight
(User access)
Setting whether and after which time the background lighting is switched off.
Possible settings: Off (no background lighting), 5 sec, 10 sec, 30 sec, 1 min,
On (background lighting always on) (approximate values)
Factory setting AC version
On
Factory setting battery version
5 sec
Weight hold
Setting how long the weighing result is frozen in the display after the transfer key
has been pressed or auto print was generated.
Possible settings: 0 s ... 10 s
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Keyboard
Switching keys on/off and setting info key
Key lock
Selecting keys to lock/unlock
Possible keys: Power ( ), Clear (
Transfer ( )
), Unit switch (
), Info ( ),
Info key
Setting up to 10 items to be displayed using the info key ( ).
1. Select from Item 1 ... Item 10.
2. Assign contents.
Note
• If you want to lock the tare key (
) and/or the zero key (
), ask the
METTLER TOLEDO service technician.
• Locked keys cannot be activated by the user, but the supervisor can still activate
these keys by entering his password
Date & Time
Setting date and time
Format
Selecting date format
Possible settings: EU, US
Date
Setting date in the selected format
dd/mm/yyyy (EU) or mm/dd/yyyy (US)
Time
Setting time in the following format: hh:mm:ss
Meridian
For US format only: Setting AM/PM
Beeper
Each keystroke can be confirmed by a short beep.
Switching beeper on/off.
Terminal –> Access – Password for Supervisor menu access
Supervisor
Entering password for Supervisor menu access
Enter code
Request to enter password
➜➜ Enter password and confirm with
Retype code
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Request to repeat the password entry
➜➜ Enter password again and confirm with
.
• The password can consist of up to 4 characters (keys).
must not be part of the password. It is required for confirming the password.
•
•
may only be used in combination with another key.
• If you enter an impermissible code or make a typing error when retyping,
"code error" appears in the display.
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Terminal –> Reset – Resetting terminal settings to factory settings
Perform reset ?
3.6
Confirmation inquiry
• Reset the terminal settings to factory settings with YES.
• Do not reset terminal settings with NO.
Communication menu block
For detailed information on interface protocols and commands refer to the following
documents:
• SICS Reference manual
• MT continuous Reference manual
The Communication menu block consists of the following subblocks:
COM 1
Parameter settings for the standard RS232 interface COM 1.
COM 2
Parameter settings for the optional interface COM 2.
The interfaces identify themselves. Therefore only those menu settings
appear which are relevant for the individual interface. If no optional interface is installed, the entire COM 2 menu will not appear.
Templates Define templates to be selected via COM x –> Printer –> Template.
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Available interface settings / factory settings
COM1
COM2
RS232
RS232
RS422/RS485
Ethernet
USB
Print
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
Auto print
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
Instant print
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
Continuous 1)
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Factory setting
Factory setting
Factory setting
Factory setting
Factory setting
External input
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Demand mode 2)
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
Demand m auto 2)
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
Cont.-weight 2)
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Printer
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
Destination
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Baud
9600
9600
9600
–
–
Parity
8 none
8 none
8 none
–
–
Handshake
✔
✔
✔
–
–
RS Type
–
–
✔
–
–
Net Address
–
–
✔
–
–
Checksum
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
STX
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
Print G
✔
✔
✔
✔
–
Load resistor
–
–
✔
–
–
Mode
Dialog 1)
Parameter
1)
2)
for more information see Reference manual "MT-SICS for ICS4xx"
for more information see Reference manual "MT-Demand and Continuous", not recommended for new installations
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3.6.2
Overview RS232 / RS422 / RS485 menu blocks (COM 1 / COM 2)
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Mode
Print, Auto print, Instant print, Continuous, Dialog, External input,
Demand mode, Demand m auto, Cont.-Weight
Printer
Type
ASCII printer, Label printer, GA46 printer
Template
Standard, Template 1 ... Template 5
ACII Format Line format Multiple, Single, Fixed
Line length 1 ... 24 ... 100
Separator
. , : ; – _ / \ Space
Expanded
On, Off
Add line
feed
0 ... 9
Destination Off, Tare preset, ID1, ID2
Parameter
Baud
300, 600, ..., 57600, 115200
Parity
7 none, 8 none, 7 odd, 8 odd, 7 even, 8 even
Handshake
Off, Xon - Xoff
RS Type
RS422, RS485
Net Address 0 ... 31
Reset
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On, Off
STX
On, Off
Print G
On, Off
Load
resistor
On, Off
Perform reset ?
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Description of the RS232 / RS422 / RS485 menu blocks (COM 1 / COM 2)
Communication –> COM x –> Mode – Operating mode of the serial interface
Print
Manual data output to the printer with
Auto print
Automatic output of stable results to the printer (e.g., for series weighing operations)
Instant print
Immediate manual data output to the printer with
Continuous
Ongoing output of all weight values via the interface
Dialog
Bi-directional communication via MT-SICS commands, control of the device via PC
External input
Input other than via terminal keypad. What the input is used for is defined in the
Destination menu block
Demand mode
Manual data transmission with
Demand m auto
Automatic transmission of stable results (e.g. for series weighing operations)
Cont.-Weight
TOLEDO Continuous mode
Note
Printing conditions for Auto print and Demand m auto:
• The weight must be heavier than 9 display increments.
• A weight change of at least 9 display increments is required to initiate the next print
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Settings in the menu
Communication –> COM x –> Printer – Settings for protocol printout
Selecting printer type from the following:
ASCII printer, Label printer, GA46 printer
Type
Note
If Label printer is selected, the transmitted data does not include the name of the
variable, e.g., Date, Gross, ID1, but the value and, if apropriate, the unit as a separate
line. This allows the label printer to fill its template with the required data.
Template
Selecting protocol printout.
Possible settings: Standard, Template 1 ... Template 5
ASCII Format
Selecting formats for the protocol printout.
Line format
Selecting line format from the following:
• Multiple (multiple lines)
• Single (single line)
• Fixed (Records output in single lines; every record includes the number of characters
that was defined under Line length
Line length
Setting line length
Possible settings: 0 to100 characters
Factory setting: 24 characters
This item is only displayed for the line formats Multiple and Fixed
Separator
Selecting the separator:
Possible settings: , ; . : / \ _ – and space
This item is only displayed for the line format Single
Expanded
Printout with bigger font size on METTLER TOLEDO printers.
Add line feed
Adding linefeeds
Possible settings: 0 ... 9
Communication –> COM x –> Destination – Destination for barcode input
None
Input destination is not predefined. The input will be shown on the display, you can
decide what to do with the input
Tare preset
Input via barcode is recognised as tare preset
ID1, ID2
Input via barcode is recognised as ID1 resp. ID2
Communication –> COM x –> Reset – Resetting Digital I/O settings to factory
settings
Perform reset ?
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Confirmation inquiry
• Reset the Digital I/O settings to factory settings with YES.
• Do not reset communication settings with NO.
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Communication –> COM x –> Parameter – Communication parameters
Baud
Selecting baud rate
Possible settings: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600,
115200
Parity
Selecting parity
Possible settings: 7 none, 8 none, 7 odd, 8 odd, 7 even, 8 even
Handshake
Selecting handshake
Possible settings: Off, Xon-Xoff
RS Type
Selecting type of the optional RS422/RS485 interface: RS422 or RS485
Net Address
Assigning network address: 0 ... 31, only for RS485
Checksum
Activating/deactivating checksum byte
STX
Activating/deactivating STX
If STX is enabled, the STX signal (0x02) is sent at the beginning of each output string
that is sent via the interface.
Print G
This functionality can only be enabled if one of the Demand mode templates is
selected. If it is enabled, the gross weight is marked with "G".
Examples
Print G enabled, no tare:
_ _2.001_kg_G
Print G disabled, no tare
_ _2.001_kg
Print G enabled, tare active: _ _2.025_kg_G_ _ _2.000_kg_T_ _ _0.025_kg_NET
Print G disabled, tare active: _ _2.025_kg_ _ _2.000_kg_T_ _ _0.025_kg_NET
Load resistor
Only for the optional RS422/RS485 interface
To avoid reflexions on a network, we recommend to make a defined termination. To this
purpose the load resistor within the terminal can be used.
When set to "On", a resistor of approx. 100 W between the signal lines is enabled
Communication –> COM x –> Reset COM x –
Resetting communication settings to factory settings
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• Reset the communication settings to factory settings with YES.
• Do not reset communication settings with NO.
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Settings in the menu
3.6.4
Digital I/O menu blocks (COM 2)
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Input
Input pin 1 ...
Input pin 4
Off, Zero, Tare, Transfer, Switch,
Clear, Info
Output
Ready, Stable, Tare, Zero,
Off, Output Pin 1 ... Output Pin 4
< MinWeigh, >= MinWeigh,
Underload, Overload,
<= Setpoint 1, > Setpoint 1,
<= Setpoint 2, > Setpoint 2, Star
Setpoints
Setpoint 1, Setpoint 2
Output mode Continuous, Stable
Reset
Perform reset ?
Digital I/O
COM 2 (Digital I/O) –> Input/Output – Configuring inputs/outputs
Configuring inputs
1. Select an input pin.
2. Assign an input signal to the selected input pin.
Configuring outputs
1. Select an output signal.
2. Assign the desired output pin.
COM 2 (Digital I/O) –> Setpoints – Entering values
Setpoint 1
Enter value for setpoint 1
Setpoint 2
Enter value for setpoint 2
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Continuous
Digital outputs are updated continuously
Stable
Digital ouputs are updated only when the weight is stable
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Ethernet menu block (COM 2)
Item
Reference
Mode
Printer
Destination
See RS232 / RS422 / RS485 menu blocks
Parameter
DHCP
If DHCP is set to "On", the device will receive the IP address
automatically. Then IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway are readonly fields
IP address
Enter/display IP address
Subnet mask Enter/display Subnet address
3.6.6
Gateway
Enter/display Gateway address
Reset
Ethernet
See RS232 / RS422 / RS485 menu blocks
USB menu block (COM 2)
Item
Reference
Mode
Destination
Checksum
See RS232 / RS422 / RS485 menu blocks
STX
Reset USB
3.6.7
Templates menu block
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Template 1
...
Template 5
Line 1
...
Line 15
Not used, Header, Date, Time, Gross, Net, Tare,
High resolution, ID1, ID2, Dev. identifier, Dev. location,
SNR Terminal, SNR Scale 1, Star line, New line, Form feed
Configuring templates
1. Select a template.
2. Select the line to be configured.
3. Assign the line contents.
The header can be specified via SICS command I31, see Reference manual "MT-SICS for
ICS4xx".
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Test Scale
Maintenance menu block
Testing the scale
Scales with an analog interface will offer the test procedure described below. Scales
with an IDNet interface and an internal calibration weight perform an automatic
calibration check.
1. The scale checks the zero point.
-0- appears in the display.
2. The test weight value flashes in the display.
.
If necessary, change the weight value displayed using
3. Put the test weight on the scale and confirm with
.
The scale checks the test weight.
4. After the test is completed, the deviation from the last calibration briefly appears
in the display, ideally ✱d=0.0g, after which the device changes to the next menu
item.
Keyboard Test
Keyboard test
Start ?
to start the keyboard test.
1. Press
2. Press the keys in the displayed order.
If the key works, the device switches to the next key.
Display Test
Start ?
Display test
1. Press
to start the display test.
A checkerboard pattern is displayed.
2. Press
to proceed with the display test.
The checkerboard pattern is displayed inverted.
3. Press
to leave the display test.
The display works properly if the black and white fields are displayed without missing
pixels.
Serial number
Display of the serial number of the weighing terminal and the connected weighing
platform
Print Setup
Printout of a list of all menu settings
Reset All
Reset all settings to factory settings
Perform reset ?
Confirmation inquiry
• Reset all settings to factory settings with YES.
• Do not reset settings with NO.
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Event and error messages
4.1
Error conditions
Error
Cause
Remedy
Display dark
• Backlighting set too dark
➜➜ Set backlighting brighter.
• No mains voltage
➜➜ Check mains.
• Unit switched off
➜➜ Switch on unit.
• Mains cable not plugged in
➜➜ Plug in mains cable.
• Brief fault
➜➜ Switch device off and on again.
• Restless installation location
➜➜ Adjust vibration adapter.
• Draft
➜➜ Avoid draft.
• Restless weighing sample
➜➜ Dynamic weighing.
• Contact between weighing pan and/or
weighing sample and surroundings
➜➜ Remedy contact.
• Mains fault
➜➜ Check mains.
• Incorrect zeroing
➜➜ Unload scale, set to zero and repeat
weighing operation.
• Incorrect tare value
➜➜ Clear tare.
• Contact between weighing pan and/or
weighing sample and surroundings
➜➜ Remedy contact.
• Weighing platform tilted
➜➜ Level weighing platform.
• Load plate not on the scale
• Weighing range not reached
➜➜ Place load plate on the scale.
➜➜ Set to zero.
• Weighing range exceeded
➜➜ Unload scale.
➜➜ Reduce preload.
• Result not yet stable
➜➜ If necessary, adjust vibration adapter.
• Approval was tampered with
➜➜ Call METTLER TOLEDO service
technician.
Weight display unstable
Incorrect weight display
"Attention: Approval invalid"
alternating with metrological data
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Event and error messages
4.2
Errors and warnings
4.2.1
Error messages
Error messages contain the following information:
Overload !
Error message
Remove load from
load plate
Press 'C' key to confirm
Remedy
SW01
Message identifier
How to clear the message
4.2.2
Warnings
Warnings are displayed briefly and then disappear automatically.
Example
Data not valid
Additional information,
e.g., which data is not valid
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Smart weighing counter / spanner icon
This weighing instrument features several control functions to monitor the condition of the
device.
The METTLER TOLEDO service technician can setup and enable these functions.
This helps the user and the METTLER TOLEDO service technician to detemine how the
device is treated and what measures are needed to keep it in a good shape.
If the control functions put out an alert, a message is shown.
You can confirm the message and continue to work with the weighing instrument. The
spanner icon
lights up.
Service required
Overload problem
Press 'C' key to confirm
SW14
In case of an alert we strongly recommend calling the METTLER TOLEDO service technician
• to replace parts which are at the end of lifetime,
• to correct wrong settings,
• to educate operators about proper handling,
• to perform routine service work,
• to reset the alert,
The control functions monitor the following conditions:
• number of weighings
• number of overloads
• maximum weight
• zero commands and zero failures
• battery charging cycles
• power-on time
• date for the next service inspection
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5.1
Technical data weighing terminal
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Housing
Stainless steel 1.4301 or AISI 304
Display
• LCD liquid crystal graphical display, with backlighting
• Size: 125 x 50 mm / 240 x 96 pixels
Keyboard
• Tactile-touch membrane keypad
• Scratch-resistant labelling
Protection type
• Terminal
• Standard weighing platform
• Weighing platform with option
potted stainless steel load cell
• Weighing platform with option
hermetically sealed stainless steel load cell
IP68/IP69k
IP65
IP65/IP67
IP68/IP69k
Net weight
• Application
• Terminal
• ICS429a.../c
indoor use only
2.0 kg
3.2 kg + weight of the weighing platform
Mains
connection
• Direct connection to power supply (supply voltage fluctuation not
exceeding ±10 % of the rated voltage)
• Rated voltage 100 – 240 V ∼ / 50 – 60 Hz / 300 mA
Storage battery
operation
• Supply of device: 12 V / 2.5 A
• If the supply voltage is interrupted, the device automatically
switches over to storage battery operation
Battery charger
• Ambient conditions: 0 – 40 °C / 32 – 104 °F, dry environment
Ambient
conditions
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Interfaces
• 1 interface RS232 integrated
• 1 further optional interface possible
W&M
approvals
• OIML Class II, III, IIII
• NTEP Class II, III
Application
Altitude
Temperature range Class III
Temperature range Class II
Overvoltage category
Pollution degree
Humidity
indoor use only
up to 2,000 m
–10 – 40 °C / 14 – 104 °F
0 – 40 °C / 32 – 104 °F
II
2
Max. rel. humidity 80 % for
temperatures up to 31 °C,
decreasing linearly to 50 % rel.
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• Weighing
• Average weighing
Operating life with storage battery
The operating life during storage battery operation differs depending on the intensity of use,
the configuration and the connected scale.
The following approximate values apply with standard RS232 interface and the brightness
set to 5.
Weighing platform
Conditions
Duration
With 1 strain gauge weighing cell, 10 % operation, 90 % power-off mode
e.g., ICS429a-A15...
Continuous operation
150 h
With 4 strain gauge weighing
cells, e.g., a floor scale
10 % operation, 90 % power-off mode
120 h
Continuous operation
12 h
K line weighing platforms
10 % operation, 90 % power-off mode
60 h
Continuous operation
6h
15 h
Dimensional drawing
60
°
b
a
c
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[mm]
["]
a
232
9.13
b
132
5.20
c
115
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Technical data of weighing platforms
• The size of the weighing platform (A, BB, B, QA, QB) is indicated at the end of the
product name, e.g., ICS429a-QA6.
• Other combinations of weighing range and readability can be adjusted by the
METTLER TOLEDO service technician on site.
• The table below indicates the factory settings of weighing range and readability.
Weighing ranges and readability (factory setting)
Model Weighing range
Readability
Model Weighing range
Readability
A3
3 kg / 5 lb
1 g / 0.001 lb
QA3
3 kg / 5 lb
1 g / 0.001 lb
A6
6 kg / 10 lb
2 g / 0.002 lb
QA6
6 kg / 10 lb
2 g / 0.002 lb
A15
15 kg / 25 lb
5 g / 0.005 lb
QB15
15 kg / 25 lb
5 g / 0.005 lb
BB30
30 kg / 50 lb
10 g / 0.01 lb
QB30
30 kg / 50 lb
10 g / 0.01 lb
BB60
60 kg / 100 lb 20 g / 0.02 lb
QB60
60 kg / 100 lb 20 g / 0.02 lb
B30
30 kg / 50 lb
B60
60 kg / 100 lb 20 g / 0.02 lb
10 g / 0.01 lb
Operation limits – maximum static safe load
a
b
c
Model
a – center load
b – side load
c – corner load
A
40 kg / 80 lb
30 kg / 60 lb
15 kg / 30 lb
BB
100 kg / 200 lb
70 kg / 140 lb
35 kg / 70 lb
B
200 kg / 400 lb
140 kg / 280 lb
75 kg / 150 lb
QA
40 kg / 80 lb
30 kg / 60 lb
15 kg / 30 lb
QB
100 kg / 200 lb
70 kg / 140 lb
35 kg / 70 lb
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Standard:
potted aluminium
Option:
potted stainless steel
Option: hermetically
sealed stainless steel
A
4.8 kg / 10.6 lb
5.5 kg / 12.1 lb
5.7 kg / 12.6 lb
BB
7.2 kg / 15.9 lb
7.9 kg / 17.4 lb
8.1 kg / 17.9 lb
B
12.0 kg / 16.5 lb
15.0 kg / 33.1 lb
15.2 kg / 33.5 lb
QA
3.7 kg / 8.2 lb
4.4 kg / 9.7 lb
4.6 kg / 10.1 lb
QB
6.0 kg / 13.2 lb
6.7 kg / 14.8 lb
6.9 kg / 15.2 lb
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Model
Potted aluminium
load cell
Potted stainless steel
load cell
Hermetically sealed
stainless steel load cell
A
1 m / 3.3 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
BB
2 m / 6.6 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
B
2 m / 6.6 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
QA
1 m / 3.3 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
QB
2 m / 6.6 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
3 m / 9.9 ft
Dimensional drawings
The size of the weighing platform (A, BB, B, QA, QB) is indicated at the end of the product
name, e.g., ICS429a-QA6.
Weighing platform
Front view
Side view
A
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B
QA
QB
Dim.
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
a
175
6.89
235
9.25
335
13.81
163
6.41
240
9.45
b
240
9.45
300
11.81
400
15.74
228
8.97
305
12.00
c
59
2.32
76
2.99 108.5 4.27
59
2.32
76
2.99
d
97
3.81
108
4.25 134.5 5.29
97
3.81
108
4.25
e
235
9.25
335
13.81
435
17.12
163
6.41
254
10.0
f
300
11.81
400
15.74
500
19.68
228
8.97
305
12.00
g
21
0.83
18
0.70
18
0.70
21
0.83
17
0.67
h
42
1.65
42
1.65
42
1.65
42
1.65
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ICS429a-.../f
a
A
BB
B
QA
QB
Dim.
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
a
452
17.80
549
21.61
649
25.55
380
14.96
452
17.80
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A
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B
QA
QB
Dim.
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
[mm]
["]
a
452
17.80
515
20.28
615
24.21
347
13.66
419
16.50
b
386
15.20
386
15.20
386
15.20
386
15.20
386
15.20
c
13
0.51
13
0.51
13
0.51
13
0.51
13
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Accessories
Printers
Order no.
GA46 printer, RS232, incl. 8-pin M12 plug
2.5 m cable
0.4 m cable
22 019 925
22 019 926
Retrofitable interfaces (conversion kits)
Kit must be fitted by a METTLER TOLEDO service technician
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RS232 conversion kit
terminal, .../t, .../f version
.../c version
22 012 112
22 012 117
RS422/RS485 conversion kit
terminal, .../t, .../f version
.../c version
22 012 113
22 012 118
Ethernet conversion kit
terminal, .../t, .../f version
.../c version
22 012 114
22 012 119
USB Device conversion kit
terminal, .../t, .../f version
.../c version
22 012 115
22 012 120
Digital I/O conversion kit, 4 outputs and 4 inputs
terminal, .../t, .../f version
.../c version
22 012 116
22 012 121
Cables (always delivered with 90° angled M12 plug)
Order no.
RS232 cable for SICS scale, 8 pin M12 <–> 9 pin sub D plug, 3 m
22 021 088
RS232 cable for PC, 8 pin M12 <–> 9 pin sub D receptacle, 3 m
22 021 087
RS422/RS485 cable, 6 pin M12 <–> open ends, 3 m
22 021 089
Ethernet 10/100 Base T twisted pair cable,
4 pin M12 coding D <–> RJ45
5m
20 m
22 021 090
22 021 091
USB cable, connection to PC,
4 pin M12 coding A <–> USB series A plug, 3 m
22 021 092
Cable to connect Digital I/O option with Relay box,
12 pin M12 <–> open ends, 10 m
22 021 093
I/O accessories
Order no.
Relay box for Digital I/O option
22 011 967
Power supply for Relay box 4 (110–230 V∼)
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Plugs
Order no.
RS232 counter plug, 8 pin M12
22 021 105
RS485 counter plug, 6 pin M12
22 021 106
Ethernet counter plug, 4 pin, coding D, M12
22 021 107
USB counter plug, 4 pin, coding A, M12
22 021 108
Adapters *
Order no.
RS232 adapter, 8 pin M12 plug <–> 8 pin Binder receptacle, 0.2 m
22 021 094
RS485 adapter, 6 pin M12 plug <–> 6 pin Binder receptacle, 0.2 m
22 021 095
Ethernet adapter, 4 pin coding D M12 plug
<–> 16 pin Binder receptacle, 0.2 m
22 021 096
USB adapter, 4 pin coding A M12 plug <–> 16 pin Binder receptacle,
0.2 m
22 021 097
Digital I/O adapter, 12 pin M12 plug <–> 19 pin Binder receptacle,
0.2 m
22 021 098
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Order no.
Protective cover for terminals ICS4x9, set of 3 pieces
22 021 109
Stand ICS4x9,
for .../t version or terminal with PBA226, PBA426 or PBA429
Height 120 mm
Height 330 mm
Height 660 mm
Height 900 mm
72 219 393
72 198 702
72 198 703
72 198 704
Stand ICS4x9 for KA, KB, MA, MB and DB platforms, height 330 mm
22 014 836
Bench stand ICS4x9 for scale bench 00503632 or 00504854,
height 500 mm
22 014 835
Floor stand ICS4x9, height 1000 mm
22 014 834
Standbase for floor stand
22 011 982
Wall bracket ICS4x9, inclinable and swivelling
22 014 833
Desk mounting plate, for teminal and .../t version only
22 021 111
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Appendix
6.1
Notice for verified instruments in EC countries
Weighing instruments verified at the place of manufacture bear the preceding mark on the
packing label and a green "M" sticker on the descriptive plate. They may be set to work
immediately.
Weighing instruments which are verified in two steps have no green "M" on the descriptive
plate and bear the preceding identification mark on the packing label. The second step of
the verification must be carried out by the approved METTLER TOLEDO service or Weights
and Measures authorities. Please contact your METTLER TOLEDO organisation. The first
step of the verification has been carried out at the manufacturing plant.
If national regulations in individual countries limit the period of validity of the verification, the
operator of such a weighing instrument is himself responsible for its timely re-verification.
6.2
Disposal
In conformance with the European Directive 2002/96 EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE), this device may not be disposed of with domestic waste. This also
applies to countries outside the EU, according to their specific requirements.
Please dispose of this product in accordance with local regulations at the collecting point
specified for electrical and electronic equipment.
If you have any questions, please contact the responsible authority or the distributor from
which you purchased this device.
Should this device be passed on to other parties (for private or professional use), the
content of this regulation must also be related.
Thank you for your contribution to environmental protection.
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Appendix
6.3
Tables of Geo Code values
For weighing instruments verified at the manufacturer’s, the Geo Code value indicates the
country or geographical zone for which the instrument is verified. The Geo Code value set
in the instrument (e.g."Geo 18") appears briefly after switching on.
Table "Geo Code values 3000e" shows the Geo Code values for European countries.
Table "Geo Code values 6000e/7500e" shows the Geo Code values for different gravitation
zones.
6.3.1
Geo Code values 3000e, OIML Class III (European Countries)
Country
Geographical latitude Geo Code value
Country
Geographical latitude Geo Code value
Austria
46°22’ – 49°01’
18
Liechtenstein
47°03’ – 47°14’
18
Belgium
49°30’ – 51°30’
21
Lithuania
53°54’ – 56°24’
22
Bulgaria
41°41’ – 44°13’
16
Luxemburg
49°27’ – 50°11’
20
Croatia
42°24’ – 46°32’
18
Netherlands
50°46’ – 53°32’
21
Czechia
48°34’ – 51°03’
20
Norway
57°57’ – 64°00’
24*
Denmark
54°34’ – 57°45’
23
64°00’ – 71°11’
26
Estonia
57°30’ – 59°40’
24
Poland
49°00’ – 54°30’
21
Finland
59°48’ – 64°00’
25*
Portugal
36°58’ – 42°10’
15
64°00’ – 70°05’
26
Romania
43°37’ – 48°15’
18
41°20’ – 45°00’
17
Slovakia
47°44’ – 49°46’
19
45°00’ – 51°00’
19*
Slovenia
45°26’ – 46°35’
18
Germany
47°00’ – 55°00’
20
Spain
36°00’ – 43°47’
15
Greece
34°48’ – 41°45’
15
Sweden
55°20’ – 62°00’
24*
Hungary
45°45’ – 48°35’
19
62°00’ – 69°04’
26
Iceland
63°17’ – 67°09’
26
Switzerland
45°49’ – 47°49’
18
Ireland
51°05’ – 55°05’
22
Turkey
35°51’ – 42°06’
16
Italy
35°47’ – 47°05’
17
United Kingdom 49°00’ – 55°00’
Latvia
55°30’ – 58°04’
23
55°00’ – 62°00’
France
21*
23
* factory setting
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Geo Code values 6000e/75000e OIML Class III (Height ≤ 1000 m)
Geographical latitude Geo Code value
Geographical latitude Geo Code value
00°00’ – 12°44’
18
43°26’ – 47°51’
18
05°46’ – 17°10’
21
45°38' – 50°06'
22
12°44’ – 20°45’
16
47°51’ – 52°22’
20
17°10’ – 23°54’
18
50°06’ – 54°41’
21
20°45’ – 26°45’
20
52°22’ – 57°04’
24*, 26
23°54’ – 29°25’
23
54°41’ – 59°32’
21
26°45’ – 31°56’
24
57°04’ – 62°09’
15
29°25’ – 34°21’
25*, 26
59°32’ – 64°55’
18
31°56’ – 36°41’
17, 19*
62°09’ – 67°57’
19
34°21’ – 38°58’
20
64°55’ – 71°21’
18
36°41’ – 41°12’
15
67°57’ – 75°24’
15
38°58’ – 43°26’
19
71°21’ – 80°56’
24*, 26
41°12’ – 45°38’
26
75°24’ – 90°00’
18
* factory setting
6.4
Protocol printouts
GA46 printouts, in English
Straight weighing
Average weighing
Starline
Starline
Gross/Net/Tare weights
Gross/Net/Tare weights
New line
New line
Printout with header (standard printout)
Header
Header
New line
Date & Time
Date & Time
Net/Tare weights
New line
Device information
New line
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Annex
6.5
Index
A
Accessories........................... 53
Average weighing............. 18, 32
B
Barcode
Destination....................... 40
Tare preset.................. 17, 18
Battery
Handling........................... 13
Specification...................... 48
Beeper.................................. 35
C
Commissioning..................... 12
Connections.......................... 11
D
Date..................................... 35
Device information........... , 9, 34
Display................................... 7
3-line mode........................ 7
Backlighting...................... 34
Bargraph...................... 7, 17
Big font mode...................... 7
Brightness......................... 34
Capacity available......... 7, 17
Contrast............................ 34
Default layout...................... 7
Metrological data................. 8
Presentation in the menu.... 24
Symbols and info line........... 9
Weight display..................... 8
Disposal............................... 55
Dynamic weighing........... 18, 32
E
Environment.......................... 48
Errors................................... 45
Error conditions................. 45
Error messages................. 46
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Geo value................. 15, 22, 56
H
Hygienically sensitive areas.... 14
I
Identifications.................. 34, 35
Info key............................... , 19
Interface settings.................... 36
Digital I/O......................... 42
Ethernet............................ 43
RS232.............................. 38
RS422 / RS485................. 38
USB.................................. 43
P
Power off.............................. 34
Power supply.................. 12, 48
Printing................................. 19
Printout
Examples.......................... 57
Templates......................... 43
K
Keyboard.............................. 10
Key lock................................ 35
S
Safety instructions.............. 4, 21
Setpoints............................... 42
SICS
Command set.................... 36
Tare preset.................. 17, 18
Simple weighing.................... 15
Sleep mode........................... 34
Smart weighing counter.......... 47
Spanner icon..................... 7, 47
Switching on and off............... 15
M
Menu
Access.............................. 35
Application........................ 32
Communication................. 36
Maintenance..................... 44
Operation.......................... 23
Password................... 23, 35
Scale (analog).................. 26
Scale (IDNet).................... 29
Terminal........................... 33
Messages............................. 45
MinWeigh....................... 29, 31
Mode
Demand mode.................. 39
Dialog mode..................... 39
Print mode........................ 39
MT continous........................ 36
T
Tare
Automatic clearing. 16, 28, 30
Automatic taring.... 16, 28, 30
Chain tare............. 17, 28, 30
Tare preset.................. 17, 18
Taring............................... 16
Technical data
Weighing platforms............ 50
Weighing terminal.............. 48
Terminal and platform
combinations.................... 5, 50
Test
Display............................. 44
Keyboard.......................... 44
Scale................................ 44
Verification........................ 22
Time..................................... 35
O
Options....................... 6, 50, 51
Output mode......................... 42
V
Verified instruments in EC
countries............................... 55
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Warnings.............................. 46
Z
Zero
Automatic zero update.. 27, 30
Zeroing............................. 15
Zero point correction........... 15
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