36 mm 13 13 12 19 mm 11 13 mm 32 7 10 19 mm 7 S.383 S.382 3469 3009 150 173 14 x 18 1/2’’ 650 2,56 S.382 S.382V 2,4 S.382 2041 1770 88 102 14 x 18 1/2’’ 415 S.372 1/2’’ 1378 1195 60 69 9 x 12 J.372 3/8’’ 530 1,52 S.372 S.372V J.372 J.372V J.373 S.373 1,52 390 R.372 1/4’’ 9 x 12 306,1 15,3 265,5 13,3 mm in.lb min. max. kg.cm mini. max. mm L kg R.372 R.373 ACCESSORIES SPECIFICATIONS Dear Customers, Thank you for purchasing our digital torque wrench. This manual will help you to use the many features of your new digital torque wrench. Before operating the torque wrench, please read this manual completely, and keep it nearby for future reference • • • • • • • • • • 250,7 12,5 340 SCMT26927 17 147,5 200 SCMT26926 10 7,4 99,5 135 SCMT26925 6,8 5 22,12 1,11 30 1,5 SCMT26924 ft.lb min. max. N.m min. max. Accuracy *1 Head Interchangeable Digital torque value readout +/-2% accuracy CW and CCW operation Peak hold and track mode selectable Buzzer and LED indicator for the 9 pre-settable target torques Engineering units(N.m, ft.lb, in.lb, kg.cm) selectable 50 or 250 data memory for recall and joint torque auditing Auto Sleep after about 5 minutes idle Both AA and rechargeable batteries are compatible NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS A 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. LCD Display Buzzer Communication Port Buttons Battery Compartment Battery Cover LED Indicator Torque Value A 1 9. Max. Value Index 10. Units(N.m, ft-lb, in.lb, kg.cm) 11. P(Peak hold mode) /T(Track mode) 12. Clear Button 13. Max. Value Select 14. Unit/Setting Button 15. Up/Down Button 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 13 N.m M SPECIFICATIONS ISO 6789 Model 2 Class A SCMT26924 - SCMT26925 SCMT26926 - SCMT26927 MAIN FEATURES S.305P Torque wrench precision : ± 2% EN 9 B T 11 12 14 15 ±2% Data memory size 250 PC Connectivity *2 Yes / USB Pre-setting No. 9 sets Bright LED 12 LED / 2 Red+10 Green Operation Mode Peak Hold / Track Unit Selection N.m, ft.lb, in.lb, kg.cm Head Type Round Head Ratchet Insert Button 5 Battery AA x 2 Battery Life *3 (Continuous operation) 110 hrs. Battery Life *3 (Standby) 1 Year Operating Temperature -10°C 60°C Storage Temperature -20°C 70°C Humidity Up to 90% non-condensing Drop Test 1m Vibration Test *4 10 G Life time *5 10000 cycle Environmental test *6 Pass Electromagnetic compatibility test *7 Pass Note: *1: The accuracy of the readout is guaranteed from 20% to 100% of maximum range + /- 1 increment. The torque accuracy is a typical value. Calibration line is at the middle line of the dark spot on the rubber handle. For keeping the accuracy, calibrate the wrench for a constant period time (1 year). And the accuracy is based on the zero degree of offset from perpendicular drive. *2: Use a special designed USB cable (accessory) to upload record data to PC. *3: Use two AA batteries (Test condition: Toshiba carbon-zinc R6UG battery) *4: Horizontal and vertical test *5: One cycle means swing the torque wrench from 0 N.m to maximum range and back to 0 N.m. *6: Environmental test: a. Dry heat e. Impact (shock) b. Cold f. Vibration c. Damp heat g. Drop d. Change of temperature *7: Electromagnetic compatibility test: a. Electrostatic discharge immunity (ESD) b. Radiated susceptibility c. Radiated emission The Stanley Works - 82 Taryn Drive Epping Melbourne - Victoria Australia 3076 Tel : 0384012000 Sidchrome.com.au Instruction manual SCMT26924 SCMT26925 SCMT26926 SCMT26927 BEFORE USING THE WRENCH STEP 2: UNIT SELECTION BATTERY INSTALLATION B • Remove the battery cover. • Insert two AA batteries matching the -/+ polarities of the battery to the battery compartment. • Put on the battery cap and rotate it tightly according to the following ﬁgures. POWER ON AND RESETTING THE WRENCH • Press to power on the digital torque wrench. • Usually press to reset the digital torque wrench before using it. M T ACTIVATION DURING SLEEP MODE • The wrench will auto sleep after about 5 minutes idle for power saving. Press to wake up the wrench during the sleep mode. CAUTIONS: During communication period (Send appears), the sleep function is disabled. N.m M M Press in.lb N.m M M T Pre-setting: Unit: in.lb Press Press M T Pre-setting: Unit: ft.lb kg.cm M T STEP 4: PEAK HOLD /TRACK MODE SELECTION 3 N.m Press M N.m T Press T T P *Note 2 Recording Max. Target Value N.m P Current Max. Value (Peak Hold) Clear Record M Press Released N.m P Apply torque Flashing No Press for selection M ((...((... T Current Torque Value P Set Peak/Track mode Press Deleted P ...))...)) Over 80% of Max. Target Value ((...((... *Note 4, 5, 6 ...))...)) Green LED Over 80% of Set Torque Buzzer *Note 1 Record No. M M Communication Over Max. Target Value Press Communication N.m PT M Current Torque Value P N.m Press ((...((... ...))...)) Buzzer ((...((... ...))...)) Green LED Over 80% of Set Torque N.m 1.If is appeared, that means this wrench has ever been applied more than 110% of maximum torque. 2.The maximum capacity for “Pre-setting No.” is 9 sets. 3.The “Pre-Setting No.” is in sequential. (Clear) N.m M M Yes (give up) N.m Apply torque over 5 N.m *Note 2 Over Max. Target Value Note: Pre-setting: M2 M Press Max. Target Value Set Peak/Track mode Clear Record Press Pre-setting: M1 Pre-setting: M9 *Note 3 Apply torque (system initial) *Note 1 *Note 1 T N.m Record Value Record No. (system initial) *Note 1 M TRACK MODE OPERATION T N.m N.m Auto Change START N.m STEP 1: PRE-SETTING NO. M Set Peak/Track Mode N.m 2 CONNECTING COMMUNICATION CABLE • Connect the accessory cable between the USB COM port of PC and torque wrench. *Note 2 N.m 4 M Long Press Press Note: 1.The “Unit Selection” is in sequential. Pre-setting: Unit: kg.cm *Note 1 Peak Hold/Track Mode START T 1 . Power On/Clear 2 . Unit Selection/Setting 3 . Up/Down Button 4 . Pre-Setting No. P Decrease Max. Torque Value T SET UP • If the battery serial voltage is under 2.3 volts, the wrench will display a battery symbol and then turn off after a while. N.m M COMMUNICATION Precaution: 1. Communication function is only supported on some models. Check the model no. and its speciﬁcation before using communication function. 2. Do not insert the plug of communication cable into torque wrench that does not support communication function. PEAK HOLD MODE OPERATION T M N.m 1. If is appeared, that means this wrench has ever been applied over than 110% of maximum torque. 2. When using track mode, if you apply torque over 5 N.m, the LCD dispay will start to display the torque value. If the applied is less than 5 N.m, the LCD display does not have any value changes. The smallest torque for WC2-030 series is 0.5 N.m. 3. The green LED will be on for 80%, 85%, 90%, 95% and 97.5% of maximum setting torque. 4. The red LED will be on 100% of maximum setting torque. Press Long Press M PEAK HOLD MODE RECORDED VALUE REVIEW Note: N.m ft.lb M T Increase Max. Torque Value Track Mode LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE PROTECTION • If the battery serial voltage is under 2.3 volts, the wrench will display a battery symbol and then turn off after a while. 1 T Pre-setting Torque Value Press M RESETTING THE WRENCH • Press together will reset the wrench. • If the wrench does not function normally, together to reset the wrench. Press T Pre-setting: Unit: N.m N.m ATTENTION: If an external force is applied to the torque wrench during power-on/reset or wake up period, an initial torque offset will exist in the memory. STEP 3: SET TORQUE VALUE N.m P Peak Hold Mode Note: 1.Please skip this procedure and continue to the next spet. N.m M T *Note 3 (((((((( )))))))) Buzzer (((((((( ))))))) Red LED Reach Max. Set Torque ((((((( ))))))) Buzzer ((((((( )))))))) Red LED Over Max. Set Torque Note: is appeared, that means this wrench has ever been 1. If applied over than 110% of maximum torque. 2. If is appeared, that means the wrench’s memory is full and the next value record can not be written in. Please refer the “Peak Hold Mode Recorded Value Review” section to clear the momory data. 3. The green LED will be on for 80%, 85%, 90%, 95% and 97.5% of maximum setting torque. 4. The red LED will be on for 100% of maximum setting torque. M (Exit) P Peak Hold/Track Mode Note: 1. The “Peak Hold” mode recorded value review also can be operated in “Track” mode operation. 2. If you operate in the “Peak Hold” mode, the display will show and please go to next step. 3. If the record is empty, it will show . 4. This function is not supported on all type of models. 5. Communication mode is for uploading record data to PC. 6. Communication mode is also for calibration of torque wrench. Please contact your local dealer for more information. P UPLOADING RECORD DATA • Make sure the connection between PC and wrench is normal. • Press together to reset the wrench. • Change the wrench operation mode to “Send”. (Refer to “Peak Hold Mode Recorded Value Review ” section) • Use PC to start the uploader program. • In uploader program, ﬁrst select the correct COM port No. • Next, select the ﬁle path to save the uploaded data. • Finally, press “upload” button to transmit the torque records to PC. • The uploaded data is then shown on the column and saved in the *.csv ﬁle. Use Microsoft Excel to view *.csv ﬁle. CAUTIONS: Refer to the uploader program user guide for the detail operations. MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE ATTENTION: One-year periodic recalibration is necessary to maintain accuracy. Please contact your local dealer for calibrations. CAUTION: 1. Over-torque (110% of Max. torque range) could cause breakage or lose accuracy. 2. Do not shake violently or drop wrench. 3. Do not use this wrench as a hammer. 4. Do not leave this wrench in any place exposed to excessive heat, humidity, or direct sunlight. 5. Do not use this apparatus in water.(not waterproof) 6. If the wrench gets wet, wipe it with a dry towel as soon as possible. The salt in seawater can be especially damaging. 7. Do not use organic solvents, such as alcohol or paint thinner when cleaning the wrench. 8. Keep this wrench away from magnets. 9. Do not expose this wrench to dust or sand as this could cause serious damage. 10. Do not apply excessive force to the LCD panel. 11. Apply torque slowly and graspe the center of the handle. Do not apply load to the end of handle BATTERY MAINTENANCE 1. When the wrench is not used for an extended period of time, remove the battery. 2. Keep a spare battery on hand when going on a long trip or to cold areas. 3. Do not mix battery types or combine used batteries with new ones. 4. Sweat, oil and water can prevent a battery’s terminal from making electrical contact. To avoid this, wipe both terminals before loading a battery. 5. Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area. Do not throw batteries into a ﬁre.