AND HR-i Series Instruction Manual

AND HR-i Series Instruction Manual
Analytical Balance
HR-300i
HR-202i
1WMPD4000912D
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Contents
Basic Operation
1.
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
Introduction ......................................................................................................... 3
About This Manual ......................................................................................................3
Features ......................................................................................................................3
Compliance .................................................................................................................4
2.1.
Unpacking the Balance ....................................................................................... 6
Installing the Balance..................................................................................................7
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
Precautions ......................................................................................................... 9
Before Use ..................................................................................................................9
During Use ............................................................................................................... 10
After Use .................................................................................................................. 12
Power Supply ........................................................................................................... 12
2.
3.
4.
Display Symbols and Key Operation................................................................. 13
5.
5.1.
5.2.
Weighing Units .................................................................................................. 14
Units ......................................................................................................................... 14
Changing the Units .................................................................................................. 15
6.1.
6.2.
6.3.
6.4.
Weighing ........................................................................................................... 17
Basic Operation (Gram Mode) ................................................................................ 17
Dual Range .............................................................................................................. 18
Counting Mode (PCS) ............................................................................................. 19
Percent Mode (%).................................................................................................... 21
6.
7.
Response Adjustment ....................................................................................... 22
8.
8.1.
8.2.
8.3.
Calibration ......................................................................................................... 23
Calibration Group..................................................................................................... 23
Calibration Using an External Weight ..................................................................... 24
Calibration Test Using an External Weight.............................................................. 25
9.1.
9.2.
Function Switch and Initialization ...................................................................... 26
Permit or Inhibit ........................................................................................................ 26
Initializing the Balance ............................................................................................. 27
10.
10.1.
10.2.
10.3.
10.4.
10.5.
10.6.
Function Table................................................................................................... 28
Setting the Function Table ....................................................................................... 28
Details of the Function Table ................................................................................... 31
Description of the Class "Environment, Display" .................................................... 33
Description of the Item "Data Output Mode" ........................................................... 34
Description of the Item "Data Format" .................................................................... 35
Data Format Examples............................................................................................ 37
11.
11.1.
11.2.
ID Number and GLP Report .............................................................................. 39
Setting the ID Number ............................................................................................. 39
GLP Report .............................................................................................................. 40
12.
Underhook ........................................................................................................ 44
13.
13.1.
Standard Input and Output Interface ................................................................. 45
RS-232C Interface ................................................................................................... 45
9.
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13.2.
13.3.
Connection to Peripheral Equipment ...................................................................... 46
Commands .............................................................................................................. 50
14.
14.1.
14.2.
14.3.
14.4.
Maintenance ..................................................................................................... 56
Treatment of the Balance ........................................................................................ 56
Error Codes.............................................................................................................. 56
Checking the Balance Performance and Environment .......................................... 58
Asking for Repair ..................................................................................................... 58
15.
15.1.
15.2.
Specifications .................................................................................................... 59
External Dimensions................................................................................................ 60
Options and Peripheral Instruments ....................................................................... 61
16.
16.1.
16.2.
Terms/Index ...................................................................................................... 64
Terms........................................................................................................................ 64
Index......................................................................................................................... 65
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1.
Introduction
This manual describes how the balances of HR-i series work and how to get the most
out of them in terms of performance. Read this manual thoroughly before using the
balance and keep it at hand for future reference.
1.1.
About This Manual
This manual consists of the following five parts:
Basic operation ............................Describes precautions, the balance's construction and basic operation.
Adapting to the environment.........Describes response (and stability) adjustment to adapt to the environment
where there is vibration or drafts, the way to maintain weighing precision in
a variation of ambient temperature, calibration and calibration test.
........................
Selecting functions
Describes functions of the balance.
Interface and communication .....Describes the serial interface used for communicating with a computer that
requests weighing data and controls the balance, and for use with a printer.
Maintenance ................................Describes maintenance, error codes, troubleshooting, specifications and
options.
1.2.
Features
Response adjustment adapting to drafts and/or vibration.
The data adapting to Good laboratory practice (GLP) / Good manufacturing practice
(GMP) can be output using the RS-232C serial interface.
Underhook, for measuring density and weighing magnetic materials.
Multiple weighing units with most of the common units used around the world.
Standard RS-232C serial interface to communicate with a computer. Windows communication
tools software (WinCT) to allow easy communication with a computer using Windows.
The current version of the WinCT can be downloaded from the A&D website.
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1.3.
Compliance
1.3.1.
Compliance With FCC Rules
1.3.2.
Compliance With Directives of CE mark
Please note that this equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy.
This equipment has been tested and has been found to comply with the limits of a Class A
computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules. These rules are designed to
provide reasonable protection against interference when equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. If this unit is operated in a residential area, it may cause some
interference and under these circumstances the user would be required to take, at his own
expense, whatever measures are necessary to eliminate the interference.
(FCC = Federal Communications Commission in the U.S.A.)
This device features radio interference suppression, safety regulation and restriction of Hazardous
Substances in compliance with the following Council Directives
Council directive 2014/30/EU EN61326 EMC directive
Council directive 2014/35/EU EN60950 Safety of Information Technology Equipment
Council directive 2011/65/EU EN50581 Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances
The CE mark is an official mandatory European marking.
Please note that any electronic product must comply with local laws and regulations when
sold or used anywhere outside Europe.
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2.
Unpacking the Balance
Unpack the balance carefully. Keep the packing material to be used for transporting the
balance in the future. See the illustrations to confirm that everything is included.
Fine range breeze break ring
This ring is an accessory for
the HR-202i. Before weighing
with a readability of 0.01 mg,
install this ring in place of the
"breeze break ring" to avoid
errors caused by drafts.
Weighing chamber
Weighing pan
Pan support
Breeze break ring
Dust plate
Fine range breeze break ring
Floor plate
Keys
Leveling foot
Bubble spirit level
Display
Display cover
External key jack
AC adapter jack
Attach the AC
adapter labels to
Serial number
(side)
the AC adapter as
shown in the
Position of placing
illustration.
AC adapter labels
Serial interface
(RS-232C,
D-sub 9-pin)
Terminal cover
AC adapter labels
AC adapter
Note Please confirm that the AC
adapter type is correct for
your local voltage and
receptacle type.
Grounding terminal
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Leveling foot
2.1.
Installing the Balance
Install the balance as follows:
1 Consider section "3. Precautions " for installing your balance. Place the balance on a solid
weighing table.
2 Assemble the weighing pan and other parts in accordance with the model and use
as shown below.
HR-202i
HR-300i
Weighing pan
Fine range ring
Dust plate for
HR-202i
Pan support
Breeze break
ring
Dust plate
Fine range ring
Sectional
view
Use the fine range ring in place of the breeze break ring to
avoid errors caused by drafts when weighing with a
readability of 0.01 mg.
3
Assemble the "Dust Plate", "Breeze Break
Ring" and "Weighing Pan" on your balance.
There is a reference illustration on the
previous page.
4
Adjust the level of the balance using the
leveling feet. Ground the balance chassis
for discharging static electricity if you have a
static problem.
5
Please confirm that the adapter type is
correct for your local voltage and power
receptacle type.
6
Connect the AC adapter to the balance.
7
Calibrate the balance before use. Refer to
"8. Calibration".
Leveling foot
Bubble spirit level
Note
Please use the dedicated AC adapter specified for the balance.
Do not use the AC adapter provided with the balance for other
models or equipment with which the AC adapter may not be
compatible.
If you use the wrong AC adapter, the balance and other equipment
may not operate properly.
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Note:
The mounting
direction of the
dust plate.
Connect the
AC adapter
Adjusting the level
When the bubble is off to the left:
When the bubble is off to the right:
Turn the leveling foot on the rear right in the Turn the leveling foot on the rear left in the
clockwise direction.
clockwise direction.
Level
Level
When the bubble is off to the backward position When the bubble is off to the forward position
Turn both leveling feet on the rear in the Turn both leveling feet on the rear in the
counterclockwise direction at the same time.
clockwise direction at the same time.
Level
Level
水平器
Red circle
Bubble
Bubble spirit level
OK
NO
Red circle
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3.
3.1.
Precautions
Before Use
To ensure that you get the most from your balance, please try to follow these conditions as
closely as possible.
Please confirm that the AC adapter type is correct for your local voltage and receptacle type.
Ensure a stable power source when using the AC adapter.
The best operating temperature is about 20°C / 68°F at about 50% Relative Humidity.
The weighing room should be free of dust.
The weighing table should be solid and free from vibration, drafts (such as frequently
opening doors or windows) and as level as possible.
Corners of rooms are best as they are less prone to vibration.
Do not install the balance near a heater or air conditioner.
Do not install the balance in direct sunlight.
Do not use the balance near other equipment which produces magnetic fields.
Keep the balance level by using the bubble spirit level.
Please warm-up the balance for at least one hour. Plug in the AC adapter as usual.
Calibrate the balance before using and after moving it to another location.
Do not place or use the balance where there is flammable or corrosive gas present.
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3.2.
During Use
Note the following items to get accurate weighing data.
Metal case
Discharge static electricity from the weighing material.
Charged material
When a weighing sample (plastics, insulator, etc.)
could have a static charge, the weight value is
influenced. Ground the balance, and
Eliminate the static electricity using the optional AD-1683.
Try to keep the ambient humidity above 45%RH.
Use a metal shield case.
Grounding
Wipe a charged plastic sample with a damp cloth.
This balance uses a strong magnet as part of the balance
assembly, so please use caution when weighing magnetic
materials. If there is a problem, use the underhook (on the bottom
of the balance) to suspend the material away from the influence of
the magnet.
Eliminate the temperature difference between the weighed sample
and the environment. When a sample is warmer (cooler) than the
ambient temperature, the sample will lighter (heavier) than true
mass. This error is due to the rising (falling) draft around the
sample.
Magnet material
Draft
20°C 40°C
Weighing pan
Make each weighing gently and quickly to avoid errors due to
changes in the environmental conditions.
Before weighing with a readability of 0.01 mg for the HR-202i, the
"fine range breeze break ring" can be installed in place of the
"breeze break ring" to avoid errors caused by drafts.
Do not drop things upon the weighing pan, or place a weight
beyond the range of the balance on the weighing pan.
Do not use a sharp instrument (such as a pencil or ball point
pen) to press the keys, use your finger only.
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Fine range breeze
break ring
Shock
Press the RE-ZERO
possible errors.
key before each weighing to prevent
Calibrate the balance periodically so as to eliminate possible
errors.
Take into consideration the affect of air buoyancy on a sample
when more accuracy is required.
Avoid foreign matter (dust, liquid or metal fragments) that could
get inside the balance.
Operate your balance gently. Shorten the operation time as
much as possible ( Opening and closing door, placing and
removing a sample). Use a pair of tweezers to avoid
temperature changes due to heat from inserting your hand into
the weighing chamber.
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3.3.
After Use
Avoid mechanical shock to your balance.
Do not disassemble the balance. Contact the local A&D dealer if
your balance needs service or repair.
Do not use solvents to clean the balance. For best cleaning, wipe
with a dry lint free cloth or a lint free cloth that is moistened with
warm water and a mild detergent.
Avoid foreign matter (dust, liquid or metal fragments) that could
get inside the balance.
3.4.
Power Supply
When the AC adapter is connected, the balance is in the standby mode if the standby
indicator is on. This is a normal state and does not harm the balance. For accurate
weighing, we recommend that the AC adapter always be connected.
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4.
Display Symbols and Key Operation
Display
Response indicator
(Displayed for about 30 seconds
when weighing starts.)
Processing indicator
Units
Stabilization indicator
Standby indicator
of power supply
Weighing data
or settings
Key operation
Press and release the key immediately" or "Click the key" ........................................
Press and hold the key (for approx.2 seconds) ..........................................................
Key
When pressed and released
When pressed and held
(for approx. 2seconds)
The key to turn the display ON and OFF.
The standby indicator is displayed when the display is turned off.
The weighing mode is enabled when the display is turned on.
This key is available anytime.
Pressing the key during operation will interrupt the operation and turn the display
OFF.
In the weighing mode, the key to turn the The key to enter the function table
readability ON and OFF.
mode. Refer to "10. Function Table".
The key to switch the preset weighing
The key to perform response
units stored in the function table. Refer to
adjustment.
"5. Weighing Units".
The key to display other items of the
No function.
calibration menu.
No function. (factory setting)
The key to output the stable weighing
By changing the function table:
data. (factory setting)
"Title block" and "End block" for
GLP report are output.
The key to set the display to zero.
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5.
Weighing Units
Units
5.1.
All weighing units and weighing modes are as follows:
Percent mode
Counting mode
g
mg
pcs
%
oz
m
t
tl
GN
dwt
ozt
ct
mom
A unit or mode can be selected and stored in the function table as described in "5.2. Changing
the Units".
If the law in your area permits, you may use all of the units. You can disable the units that
you don't regularly use. And you are able to turn them back on.
If a weighing mode (or unit of mass) has been turned off, that mode or unit will be missing in the
sequence. Tael has four varieties, one of which can be selected and installed at the factory.
To select a unit or mode for weighing, press the MODE key.
For details about the units and modes, see the table below:
Name (unit, mode)
Gram
Milligram
Counting mode
Percent mode
Ounce (Avoir)
Troy Ounce
Metric Carat
Momme
Pennyweight
Grain (UK)
Tael (HK general, Singapore)
Tael (HK jewelry)
Tael (Taiwan)
Tael (China)
Tola (India)
Messghal
Abbreviation
g
mg
pcs
%
oz
ozt
ct
mom
dwt
GN
tl
t
m
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Display unit
Conversion
factor
1g
0.001 g
28.349523125 g
31.1034768 g
0.2 g
3.75 g
1.55517384 g
0.06479891 g
37.7994 g
37.429 g
37.5 g
31.25 g
11.6638038 g
4.6875 g
5.2.
Changing the Units
The units or modes can be selected and stored in the function table. The sequence of
displaying these can be arranged to fit the frequency of use.
The units stored are maintained in non-volatile memory, even if the AC adapter is removed.
1 Press and hold the RANGE key until ba5fnc of the
function table is displayed in the weighing mode, then
release the key.
2
Press and hold
Press the RANGE key several times to display Unit .
Press
several times
3
Press the PRINT key to enter the unit selection mode.
4
Specify a unit or mode in the order to be displayed
using the following keys.
RANGE key ....... To display the units sequentially.
RE-ZERO key .... To specify a unit or mode.
The stabilization indicator
appears when the displayed unit or
mode is specified.
Examples
Unit
Display
Gram
g
Milligram
mg
Counting mode
pcs
Percent mode
Examples
Displays the units
sequentially
%
5
Press the PRINT key to store the units or modes. The
balance displays end and then displays the next
menu item of the function table.
6
Press the CAL key to exit the function table. Then
the balance returns to the weighing mode with the
selected unit.
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5.2.1.
Unit setting example
The example below sets the units in the order with g (gram) as the first unit followed by pcs
(counting mode).
1 Press and hold the RANGE key until ba5fnc of the
function table is displayed in the weighing mode, then
release the key.
Press and hold
2
Press the RANGE key several times to display Unit .
3
Press the PRINT key to enter the unit selection mode.
4
Press the RE-ZERO key to specify the unit of g.
The stabilization indicator
appears when the
unit is specified.
5
Press the RANGE key several times to display
6
Press the RE-ZERO key to specify the unit of pcs.
The stabilization indicator
appears when the
unit is specified.
7
Press the PRINT key to store the units.
The balance displays end and then displays the next
menu item of the function table.
8
Press the CAL key to exit the function table. Then
the balance returns to the weighing mode with g, the
unit selected first.
9
Press the MODE key to switch between g and pcs
(gpcs).
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Press
several times
Specify
.
Press
several times
Specify
Store
6.
Weighing
Precautions for the weighing operation
Press the RE-ZERO key each time, before placing a sample on the weighing pan, to
prevent possible errors.
Place a sample in the center of the weighing pan gently.
Temperature changes during measurement may cause a weighing error.
Shorten the operation time as much as possible. ( Opening and closing door, placing and
removing a sample)
Use a pair of tweezers to avoid a temperature change due to having your hand in the
weighing chamber.
Material with an electrostatic charge or that is magnetic may cause a weighing error.
Do not press keys with a sharp instrument (such as a pencil or ball point pen).
Do not drop things on the pan, or place a weight on the pan that is beyond the weighing
range of the balance.
Calibrate your balance periodically to maintain weighing accuracy. Refer to section "8.
Calibration".
Keep the area clean and dry.
Consider section "3. Precautions" for the weighing operation.
For precision weighing, keep the AC adapter connected to the balance.
6.1.
Basic Operation (Gram Mode)
Read section "4. Display symbols and Key operation" before operation.
Note
When turning on the balance with a container placed on the
pan, the tare function sets the display to zero automatically.
1
Turn on the balance using the ON:OFF key.
2
Select a preset unit (g or mg) using the MODE key.
3
Place the container on the weighing pan, if necessary.
Press the RE-ZERO key to cancel the weight (tare).
Then zero is displayed.
Container : A vessel placed on the pan, but not to be
included in the weighing data.
4
Place a sample on the pan or in the container.
5
Wait for the stabilization indicator
then read the value.
6
Remove the sample and container from the pan.
Container
Weighing pan
Stabilization
indicator
Sample
to be displayed,
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Remove the sample
and container
6.2.
Dual Range
Precision range
Standard range
Weighing range
0 g to 51 g
51 g to 220 g
The HR-202i is equipped with two
ranges, "precision range" and
"standard range".
HR-202i
Available readability
0.01 mg
0.1 mg
1 mg
0.1 mg
1 mg
Precision Range
Turn on the balance
When weighing is started by
pressing the ON:OFF key, the
readability will be 0.1 mg.
Pressing the RANGE key will
switch these ranges alternately.
Standard Range
Turn on the balance
Readability
0.1 mg
Readability
0.1 mg
Readability
0.01 mg
Minimum display
1 mg
Readability
1 mg
When a sample is weighed using the
precision range with a readability of 0.01 mg
and the weight value exceeds the precision
range value, the readability changes to 0.1
mg of the standard range. When removing
the sample, the readability changes to 0.01
mg of the precision range automatically.
Readability
0.01 mg
Readability
0.1 mg
Readability
0.01 mg
When a tare weight (container mass value)
exceeds the precision range value, even if
the sample is within the precision range
value, 0.01 mg of the precision range can
not be selected for the readability. In order
to select 0.01 mg of the precision range,
remove the tare weight and press the
RE-ZERO key to cancel it.
When a readability of 0.1 mg or 1 mg is
selected by the RANGE key, the readability
is maintained even if the range is changed
during weighing.
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Readability
0.01 mg
Readability
0.1 mg
Zero display after
placing a container
Readability
01
Zero display after
removing the container
Readability 0.01 mg
6.3.
Counting Mode (PCS)
This is the mode to determine the number of objects in a sample based on the standard
sample unit mass. The unit mass means an average mass of the samples. The smaller the
variation in the samples, the more accurate the count will be. The balance is equipped with the
Automatic Counting Accuracy Improvement (ACAI) function to improve the counting accuracy.
Notes
Use samples with a unit mass of 1 mg or more for counting.
If the sample unit mass variable is too large, it may cause a counting error.
To improve the counting performance, use the ACAI function frequently or divide the
samples into several groups and count each group.
Selecting the counting mode
1
Press the MODE key to select the unit pcs (counting mode).
Storing a sample unit mass (Weighing input mode)
2
Press the RANGE key to enter the sample unit mass storing mode.
3
Select the number of samples using the RANGE key.
It may be set to 10, 25, 50 or 100.
Advise A greater number of samples will yield more
accurate counting result.
4
Place a container on the weighing pan, if necessary.
Press the RE-ZERO key to cancel the weight (tare). The
number specified in step 3 appears.
Example: 25 0 pcs is displayed if 25 is selected in step 3.
5
Place the number of samples specified on the pan.
In this example, 25 pieces.
6
Wait for the stabilization indicator to be displayed .
Press the PRINT key to calculate and store the unit
mass. Then the balance displays 25 pcs and is set to
count samples with this unit mass. (The sample unit
mass is stored in non-volatile memory, and is maintained
even if the AC adapter is removed.) To improve the
accuracy of the unit mass, proceed to step 8.
Notes
If the balance judges that the mass of the samples is too
light (under 0.1 mg) and can not be stored as the unit mass,
it displays lo .
If the balance judges that the mass of the samples is too light
to acquire accurate weighing, it displays an error requiring
the addition of more samples to the specified number.
Example: 150 - pcs appears, requiring 25 more samples. Add
25 samples and press the PRINT key. When the unit mass is
stored correctly, the balance proceeds to the counting mode.
Counting operation
7
Place the samples to be counted on the pan.
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Weighing pan
Container
25 samples
Place samples
Counting result
Counting mode using the ACAI function
The ACAI is a function that improves the accuracy of the unit mass automatically by
increasing the number of samples as the counting process proceeds.
ACAI: Automatic Counting Accuracy Improvement
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9
If a few more samples are added, the
processing indicator turns on. To prevent an
error, add three or more. The processing
indicator does not turn on if overloaded. Add
the same number of samples as displayed.
The balance re-calculates the unit mass while
the processing indicator is blinking. Do not
touch the balance or samples on the pan until
the processing indicator turns off.
10 Counting accuracy is improved when the
processing indicator turns off.
Each time the above operation is performed,
a more accurate unit mass will be obtained.
There is no definite upper limit to the ACAI
range for the number of samples exceeding
100. Try to add the same number of samples
as displayed.
From step 7
Add a few
more samples.
The mark turns on
at proper range.
The mark turns on and
off during calculation.
The mark turns off after
the unit mass is improved.
Repeat
11 Remove all the samples used in ACAI and
proceed with the counting operation using the
improved unit mass.
Note ACAI will not function on the unit mass entered using the keys, or digital input
mode.
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6.4.
Percent Mode (%)
The percent mode displays the weight value in percentage compared to a 100% reference
mass and is used for target weighing or checking the sample variance.
Selecting the percent mode
1
Press the MODE key to select the unit % (Percent mode).
If the percent mode can not be selected, refer to "5. Weighing
Units".
Storing the 100% reference mass
2
3
4
Press the RANGE key to enter the 100% reference mass
storing mode.
Even in the storing mode, pressing the MODE key will
switch to the next mode.
Pan
Place a container on the weighing pan, if necessary. Press
the RE-ZERO key to cancel the weight (tare). The balance
displays 100 0 %.
Container
Place the sample to be set as the 100% reference mass on
the pan or in the container.
5
Press the PRINT key to store the reference mass. The
balance displays 100.00 %. (The decimal point position
depends on the reference value. The reference mass is
stored in non-volatile memory, and is maintained even if the
AC adapter is removed.)
Note
The decimal point position depends on the 100% reference mass.
100% mass
Readability
0.0100g to 0.0999g
1%
0.1000g to 0.9999g
0.1%
1.0000g to weighing capacity
0.01%
100% mass
If the balance judges that the mass of the sample is too light
(under 0.01g) to be used as a reference, it displays lo .
A 100% reference mass can be stored in the non-volatile
memory and is maintained even if the AC adapter is removed.
6
Remove the sample.
Place sample
Reading the percentage
7
Place a sample to be compared to the reference mass on
the pan. The displayed percentage is based on the 100%
reference mass.
Percentage
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7.
Response Adjustment
This function adjusts the response of the balance and reduces the influence of drafts and/or
vibration at the place where the balance is installed. The function has three stages as
follows :
Response
Indicator Parameter Response
Stability
indicator
FAST
Cond 0
Fast response, Sensitive value
MID.
Cond 1
Slow response, Stable value
SLOW
Cond 2
1
2
Press and hold the MODE key until RESPONSE is
displayed, then release the key.
Press the MODE key again quickly.
Select a stage of the response adjustment using
the MODE key. Either FAST , MID. or SLOW
can be selected.
Press and hold
Release
Press again
immediately
Select a parameter
Release and wait
3
The balance automatically returns to the weighing
mode and displays the updated response indicator
for about thirty seconds.
Advise
If the automatic response adjustment is not helpful, specify a parameter for "Condition (Cond) "
of "Environment, Display (ba5fnc)" with key operation.
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8.
Calibration
8.1.
Calibration Group
Calibration
Calibration using a weight that you have
Calibration test
Calibration test using a target mass
Caution
Do not allow vibration or drafts to affect the balance during calibration.
Calibration test does not perform calibration.
To output the data for GLP using the RS-232C interface, set "GLP output (info)" of "Data
output (dout)". Refer to "10. Function Table". A personal computer or a optional printer is
necessary for GLP output. When using the optional printer AD8121B or AD8127 to output GLP
output, the date and time are output by the clock function installed in the printer.
Calibration test is available only when "GLP output (info)" of "Data output (dout)" is set .
Caution on using an external weight
The accuracy of an external weight can influence the accuracy of weighing.
Select a mass for calibration and calibration test from the following table.
Model
Usable calibration mass
Adjustable range
HR-300i
100g, 200g*, 300g
-15.0 mg to +15.9 mg
HR-202i
20g, 50g,
100g, 200g*
-15.00 mg to +15.99 mg
The calibration mass in bold type: factory setting
The calibration mass value can be adjusted within the range above.
Display
This indicator means "In process of measuring calibration data".
Do not allow vibration or drafts to affect the balance while the indicator is
displayed.
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8.2.
Calibration Using an External Weight
This function calibrates the balance using an external weight.
1
Press
and
hold
Connect the AC adapter and warm up the balance for at
least one hour with nothing on the weighing pan.
2 Press and hold the CAL key until Calout is
displayed, then release the key.
3
4
5
6
The balance displays Cal 0 .
If you want to change the calibration mass, press
the RANGE key and proceed to step 4.
If you use the calibration mass value stored in the
balance, proceed to step 5.
Specify the calibration mass value as follows:
RANGE key ........ The key to switch blinking figures.
RE-ZERO (+)key ... The keys to select the calibration mass or
MODE (-)key
adjust the mass value. Refer to page 23.
..........
PRINT key
The key to store the new mass value. Even
if the AC adapter is removed, the data is
maintained in non-volatile memory.
.............
CAL key
The key to cancel the operation and
return to Cal 0 .
Confirm that there is nothing on the pan and press the
PRINT key. The balance measures the zero point.
Do not allow vibration or drafts to affect the balance.
The balance displays the calibration mass value.
Place the displayed calibration weight on the pan and press
the PRINT key. The balance measures the calibration
mass. Do not allow vibration or drafts to affect the balance.
7
The balance displays end . Remove the weight from the pan.
8
If the "GLP output (info)" of the function table is set to 1 or 2,
the balance displays glp and outputs "Calibration Report".
Refer to "11.2. GLP Report" for details.
9
Release
Select
Specify
Example:
New weight
100.0012 g
Place weight
Remove
The balance will automatically return to the weighing mode.
10 Place the calibration weight on the pan and confirm that
the value displayed is correct. If it is not within the range, GLP output
check the ambient conditions such as breeze and vibration
also check the weighing pan. Then, repeat steps 1 to 10.
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8.3.
Calibration Test Using an External Weight
This function tests the weighing accuracy using an external weight.
Calibration test report can be output with "GLP output (info)"
(Calibration test does not perform calibration).
1
Press
and
hold
Connect the AC adapter and warm up the balance for
at least one hour with nothing on the weighing pan.
Release
2 Press and hold the CAL key until CC out is displayed,
then release the key.
3
4
The balance displays CC 0 .
If the target mass is changed, press the RANGE key and
proceed to step 4. A list of usable weights is on page 23.
If the current target mass value is used, proceed to step 5.
Specify the target mass value as follows:
RANGE key ............ The key to switch blinking figures.
RE-ZERO (+)key ....... The keys to select the target mass or
MODE (-)key
adjust the mass value. Refer to page
23. Even if the AC adapter is removed,
the data is maintained in non-volatile
memory.
..............
PRINT key
The key to store the new mass value.
.................
CAL key
The key to cancel the operation and
return to CC 0 .
5
Confirm that there is nothing on the pan and press the PRINT1
key. The balance measures the zero point and displays the
measured value. Do not allow vibration or drafts to affect the
balance. The balance displays the target mass value.
6
Place the displayed target mass on the pan and press the
1PRINT key. The balance measures the target mass and
displays the measured value. Do not allow vibration or drafts
to affect the balance.
7
8
9
The balance displays end .
Remove the weight from the pan.
Select
Specify
Example:
New weight
100.0012 g
Place weight
Remove
The balance displays glp and outputs "calibration test
report. Refer to "11.2. GLP Report" of the function table for
details.
The balance will automatically return to the weighing mode.
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GLP output
9.
Function Switch and Initialization
9.1.
Permit or Inhibit
The balance stores parameters that must not be changed unintentionally (Example:
Calibration data for accurate weighing, Data for adapting to the operating environment,
Control data for the RS-232C interface). There are two switches for the purpose of protecting
parameters. Each switch can select either "permit" or "inhibit". "Inhibit" protects parameters
against unintentional operations.
1
Press the ON:OFF key to turn off the display.
2
While pressing and holding the PRINT key and the RANGE key,
press the ON:OFF key to display p5 .
3
Press the PRINT key. Then the balance displays the function switches.
4
Specify the switches using the following keys.
RANGE key ........... The key to select blinking digit.
RE-ZERO key......... The key to change the parameter for the selected switch.
0 To inhibit changes. (Can not be used.)
1 To permit changes. (Can be used.)
PRINT key ............. The key to store the new parameter and return to the weighing mode.
CAL key................. The key to cancel the current operation and return to the weighing
mode.
Function table
0 To inhibit changes to the function table.
1 To permit changes to the function table.
Calibration using the external weight
0 To inhibit calibration using the external weight.
1 To permit calibration using the external weight.
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9.2.
Initializing the Balance
This function returns the following parameters to factory settings.
Calibration data
Function table
The sample unit mass value (counting mode),
100% reference mass value (percent mode)
External calibration weight and target mass value
Function switch settings ("9.1. Permit or Inhibit")
Note
Be sure to calibrate the balance after initialization.
1
Press the ON:OFF key to turn off the display.
2
While pressing and holding the PRINT key and the
RANGE key, press the ON:OFF key to display
p5 .
3
Press the RANGE key to display Clr .
4
Press the PRINT key.
To cancel this operation, press the CAL key.
5
Press the RE-ZERO key to display Clr go .
6
Press the PRINT key to initialize the balance.
The balance will automatically return to the weighing mode.
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Press and hold
Press
10.
Function Table
The function table reads or rewrites the parameters that are stored in the balance. These
parameters are maintained in non-volatile memory, even if the AC adapter is removed.
The function table menu consists of two layers. The first layer is the "Class" and the second
layer is the "Item".
10.1.
Setting the Function Table
Display symbol and keys
The symbol "〇" shows effective parameter.
When pressing and holding the key in the weighing mode, the mode enters the
function table mode.
The key to select the class or item in the function table mode.
The key to change the parameter.
When displaying a class, the key enters an item in the class.
When displaying an item, the key stores the new parameter and displays the
next class.
When displaying an item, the key cancels the new parameter and displays the
next class.
When displaying a class, the key exits the function table mode and returns to
the weighing mode.
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Setting procedure
1
Press and hold the RANGE key until ba5fnc of the function table is displayed in the
weighing mode, then release the key
2
Press the RANGE key to select a class.
3
Press the PRINT key to enter the class
4
Press the RANGE key to select an item.
5
Press the RE-ZERO key to select a parameter for the selected item.
6
If storing parameters of the selected class, press the PRINT key.
Then the next class is displayed.
If canceling the current operation, press the CAL key. Then the next class is displayed.
7
When specifying parameters for another class, proceed to step 2.
When finishing the setting, press the CAL key to return to the weighing mode.
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Setting example
This example sets "CR" for "Terminator" and "Output" for "AK, Error code".
Weighing mode
Start
Step 1
Press and
hold
Class
Item
" Terminator "
Step 2
Press several
times
Step 3
Item
Step 8
Step 4
Press several
times
Step 5
Parameter
"CR"
Step 6
Step 4
Step 5
Item
" AK, Error code "
Finish
Weighing mode
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Parameter
"Output"
Step 7
10.2.
Class
Details of the Function Table
Item and Parameter
Cond
Condition
5t-b
Stability band width
ba5fnc
trc
Environment
Zero tracking
Display
5pd
Display refresh rate
pnt
Decimal point
p-on
Auto display-ON
Description
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
0
1
Fast response, sensitive value FAST
Slow response, stable value
Stable range is ±1 digit
The stabilization indicator illuminates
#1 when the display fluctuation is within
Stable range is ±3 digits
OFF
Normal
Strong
Very strong
5 times/second
10 times/second
Point (.)
Comma (,)
OFF
ON
0 Key mode
prt
Data output mode
Can be changed by response
MID. adjustment.
SLOW
Auto print mode A
1 (Reference = zero)
Auto print mode B
the range per second.
Keeps zero display by tracking zero
drift.
Period to refresh the display
Decimal point format
Turns on the weighing mode display
when the AC adapter is connected.
Accepts the PRINT key only when
the display is stable.
Outputs data when the display is
stable and conditions of ap-p, ap-b
and the reference value are met.
2 (Reference = last stable value)
Outputs data continuously.
3 Stream mode
Displayed value>Reference
0 Plus only
ap-p
Displayed value<Reference
1 Minus only
Auto print polarity
Regardless of displayed value
2 Both
0 10 digits
Difference between reference value
ap-b
and displayed value
1 100 digits
Auto print difference
dout
#2
2 1000 digits
Data output
0 No output
5-id
Selects whether or not the ID
number is output.
ID number output
1 Output
0 No pause
pU5e
Selects the data output interval.
Data output pause
1 Pause (1.6 seconds)
0 Not used
at-f
Selects whether or not automatic
feed is performed.
Auto feed
1 Used
0 No output
Selects GLP output method.
info
For how to set time and date to be
1 AD-8121 format
GLP output
added, refer to peripheral manual.
2 General data format
0 Not used
ar-d
Adjusts zero automatically after data
is output
Zero after output
1 Used
: Factory settings.
#1 The unit of readability is digit. Example: If 1 mg display is selected using the RANGE key
for the HR-300i, 1 mg is one digit.
#2 Usable readability of the balance is one digit. Example: In gram display, one digit is 0.1 mg
for the HR-300i , and 0.01 mg for the HR-202i.
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Class
Item and Parameter
bp5
Baud rate
btpr
Data bit, parity bit
5if
Serial
interface
Crlf
Terminator
type
Data format
t-Up
Timeout
erCd
AK, Error code
Ct5
CTS, RTS control
Unit
Unit
id
ID number setting
Description
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
0
1
0
1
600 bps
1200 bps
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
7 bits, even
7 bits, odd
8 bits, none
CR LF
CR
A&D standard format
DP format
KF format
MT format
NU format
CSV format
No limit
1 second
No output
Output
Not used
Used
CR: ASCII code 0Dh
LF: ASCII code 0Ah
Refer to "10.5. Description of Item
"Data Format".
Selects the wait time to receive a
command.
AK: ASCII code 06h
Controls CTS and RTS.
Refer to "5. Weighing Units".
Refer to "11. ID Number And GLP Report".
: Factory settings. Digit is a unit of readability.
Caution
The balance may not transmit the data completely at the specified refresh rate, depending
on the baud rate or data added to the weighing data such as ID number. .
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10.3.
Description of the Class "Environment, Display"
Condition ( Cond )
Cond 0
This parameter is for sensitive response to the fluctuation of a mass value. Used
for powder target weighing, weighing a very light sample or when quick response
weighing is required. After setting, the balance displays FAST.
Cond 2
This parameter is for stable weighing with slow response. Used to prevent a mass
value from drifting due to vibration or drafts. After setting, the balance displays
SLOW.
Stability band width ( 5t-b )
This item controls the width to regard a mass value as a stable value. When the fluctuation
per second is less than the parameter, the balance displays the stabilization indicator and
outputs the data. The parameter influences the "Auto print mode"
5t-b 0 This parameter is used for sensitive response of the stabilization indicator. Used
for exact weighing.
5t-b 2
This parameter ignores slight fluctuations of a mass value. Used to prevent a mass
value from drifting due to vibration or drafts.
Zero tracking ( trc )
This function tracks zero point drift caused by changes in the environment and stabilizes the
zero point. When the weighing data is only a few digits, turn the function off for accurate
weighing.
trc 0
The tracking function is not used. Used for weighing a very light sample.
trc 1
The normal tracking function is used.
trc 2
The strong tracking function is used.
trc 3
The very strong tracking function is used. Used for stable zero display.
Display refresh rate ( 5pd )
The period to refresh the display. This parameter influences "Baud rate", "Data output
pause" and "Stream mode".
Decimal point ( pnt )
The decimal point format can be selected.
Auto display-ON ( p-on )
When the AC adapter is plugged in, the display is automatically turned on without the
ON:OFF key operation, to display the weighing mode. Used when the balance is built into an
automated system. one hour warm up is necessary for accurate weighing.
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10.4.
Description of the Item "Data Output Mode"
The parameter setting of "Data output mode (prt)" applies to the performance when the data
is transmitted using the RS-232C interface.
Key mode
When the PRINT key is pressed with the stabilization indictor turned on, the balance
outputs the weighing data and the display blinks one time.
Required setting
dout
prt 0
Key mode
Auto print modes A and B
When the displayed value is stable and the conditions of "Auto print polarity", "Auto print
difference" and reference value are met, the balance outputs the weighing data.
When the PRINT key is pressed with the stabilization indictor turned on, the balance
outputs the data and the display blinks one time.
Auto print modes A
Example
Required setting
For weighing each time a sample is placed and removed, with "ar-d"
set to "1" (to adjust zero after the data is output).
dout
prt 1
Auto print mode A (reference = zero)
dout
ap-p
Auto print polarity
dout
ap-b
Auto print difference
dout
ar-d 1 Zero after output
Auto print modes B
Example
Required setting
For weighing while a sample is added.
dout
prt 2
Auto print mode B (reference = last stable value)
dout
ap-p
Auto print polarity
dout
ap-b
Auto print difference
Stream mode
The balance outputs the weighing data continuously regardless of the display condition.
When the display refresh rate is set to 5 times/second (5pd 0), the data output rate is also set
to the same 5 times/second. The display does not blink in this mode.
Example
For monitoring data on a computer.
dout
prt 3
Stream mode
Required setting
ba5fnc 5pd
Display refresh rate
5if
bp5
Baud rate
Caution The balance may not transmit the data completely at the specified refresh rate,
depending on the baud rate or data added to the weighing data such as ID
number. .
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10.5.
Description of the Item "Data Format"
A&D standard format
5if type 0
This format is used when the peripheral equipment can receive the A&D format.
With an AD-8121B printer, set the printer to MODE 1 or 2. With an AD-8127 printer, use
the external key printing mode, manual printing mode, auto printing mode or interval
printing mode.
This format consists of fifteen characters excluding the terminator.
A header of two characters indicates the balance condition.
The polarity sign is placed before the data with the leading zeros. If the data is zero, the plus
sign is applied.
The unit, consisting of three characters, follows the data.
Header
Data
Unit
Stable header
Unstable header
Overload header
Terminator
Stable header of counting mode
DP (Dump print) format
5if type 1
This format is used when the peripheral equipment can not receive the A&D format.
With an AD-8121B printer, set the printer to MODE 3. With an AD-8126 printer, use this
format. With an AD-8127 printer, use the dump printing mode.
This format consists of sixteen characters excluding the terminator.
A header of two characters indicates the balance condition. No overload header is used.
The polarity sign is placed before the data, with spaces in place of leading zeros, if the data
is not zero or overloaded.
The unit, consisting of three characters, follows the data.
Header
Data
Unit
Stable header
Unstable header
Terminator
Stable header of counting mode
KF format
5if type 2
This is the Karl-Fischer moisture meter format and is used when the peripheral equipment
can only communicate using this format.
This format consists of fourteen characters excluding the terminator.
This format has no header characters.
The polarity sign is placed before the data, with spaces in place of leading zeros, if the data
is not zero or overloaded.
This format outputs the unit only for a stable value.
Data
Unit
Terminator
Stable value
Unstable value
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MT format
5if type 3
A header of two characters indicates the balance condition.
The polarity sign is used only for negative data.
The weighing data uses spaces in place of the leading zeros.
The character length of this format changes dependent upon the unit
Header
Data
Unit
Terminator
Stable header
Unstable header
Overload header
NU (numerical) format
5if type 4
This format outputs only numerical data.
This format consists of ten characters excluding the terminator.
The polarity sign is placed before the data with the leading zeros. If the data is zero, the plus
sign is used.
Data
Terminator
CSV format
5if type 5
This format separates the data of A&D standard format and the unit by a comma ( , ).
This format outputs the unit even when the data is overloaded.
When a comma ( , ) is selected for the decimal point, the separators are set to semicolon ( ; ).
When the ID number and data number are added at "Data output (dout)" of the function
table, outputs ID number, data number and weighing data in this order and separates each
item by a comma and treats all the items as one group of data.
ID number
Weighing data
ID number
dout 5-id 1
The number to identify a specific balance.
This format consists of eight characters excluding the terminator.
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10.6.
Data Format Examples
Stable
Unstable
Overload
Positive error
Overload
Negative error
Space, ASCII 20h
Carriage Return, ASCII 0Dh
Line Feed, ASCII 0Ah
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Units
A&D
D.P.
g
mg
Counting mode
Percent mode
Ounce (Avoir)
Troy Ounce
Metric Carat
Momme
Pennyweight
Grain
Tael (HK general, Singapore)
Tael (HK, jewelry)
Tael (Taiwan)
Tael (China)
Tola (India)
Messghal
Space, ASCII 20h
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KF
MT
11.
ID Number and GLP Report
The ID number is used to identify the balance when Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) or
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is used.
The ID number is maintained in non-volatile memory even if the AC adapter is removed.
The output format for GLP/GMP compliant report is selected in "GLP output (info)" of the
function table and can be output to a personal computer or printer using the RS-232C
serial interface.
The GLP output format includes the balance manufacturer, model, serial number, ID number,
date column, time column and a space for signature for the weighing data, the weight used
and results for calibration or calibration test data. When connecting the AD-8121B printer or
AD-8127 printer, the date and time can be printed using the clock function of the AD-8121B.
The balance can output the following reports for GLP.
"Calibration report" of the calibration, using an external weight.
"Calibration test report" of the calibration test, using an external weight.
"Title block" and "End block" for the weighing data.
11.1.
Setting the ID Number
1
Press and hold the RANGE key until ba5fnc of the function table is displayed, then
release the key.
2
Press the RANGE key several times to display
3
Press the PRINT key. Set the ID number using the following keys.
RE-ZERO key ..... The key to set the character of the digit selected.
Refer to the display character set shown below.
........
RANGE key
The key to select the digit to change the value.
.........
PRINT key
The key to store the new ID number and display ba5fnc .
CAL key ............. The key to cancel the new ID number and display ba5fnc .
4
With ba5fnc displayed, press the CAL key to return to the weighing mode.
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id .
11.2.
GLP Report
To output the GLP/GMP compliant report to an AD-8121B printer, AD-8126 printer, AD8127 printer or to a personal computer, set the "GLP output (info)" parameter of the
function table to "1" (AD-8121 format), "2" (General format using the balance built-in
clock data) or "3" (General format using the external device clock data).
Notes on outputting the GLP/GMP compliant report to a printer
Refer to "13.2. Connection to Peripheral Equipment" for connection to a printer.
With an AD-8121B printer, use MODE 3. If MODE1 is used, select temporarily the dump
print mode by pressing the STAT. key of the AD-8121B printer.
With an AD-8127 printer, use the dump printing mode.
If the external key printing mode is used, press and hold the ENT key of the AD-8127
printer (for approx. 2 seconds) to switch between the external key printing mode and the dump
printing mode.
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Calibration report using an external weight
Key operation
1 Press and hold the CAL key to display Cal out and release the key.
2 Cal 0 is displayed.
3 When updating the calibration mass value, press the RANGE key and proceed to step 4.
When using the preset calibration mass value, proceed to step 5.
4 Specify calibration mass value using the following keys.
RANGE key ........ The key to select the blinking figure
RE-ZERO (+)key .. The key to increase the value of the blinking figure.
MODE (-)key ........ The key to decrease the value of the blinking figure.
PRINT key ......... The key to store the new value.
5 When pressing the RE-ZERO key, the zero point is measured and the weight value is
displayed for a few seconds.
6 Place the displayed mass on the pan. Press the PRINT key to measure the mass and the
weight value is displayed for a few seconds.
7 If GLP output is used, glp is displayed and the calibration report is output.
8 The balance returns to the weighing mode after this calibration.
Setting of "info 1"
Setting of "info 2"
AD-8121 printer format
General format
-----------A-&-D
MODEL----HR-300i
S/N-----01234567
ID------LAB-0123
DATE--2004/09/30
TIME----12:34:56
CALIBRATED(EXT.)
CAL.WEIGHT
----+200.0000--g
SIGNATURE
Manufacturer
Model
Serial number
ID number
Date
Time
Calibration type
The space
to fill date in.
The space
to fill time in.
Calibration weight
Signature
---------------
<TERM>
CR
LF
Space, ASCII 20h
Terminator, CR , LF or CR
Carriage return, ASCII 0Dh
Line feed, ASCII 0Ah
The space
to fill date in.
The space
to fill time in.
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Calibration test report using an external weight
Note Calibration test does not perform calibration.
Key operation
1 Press and hold the CAL key to display CC out and release the key.
2 Cal 0 is displayed.
3 When updating the target value, press the RANGE key and proceed to step 4.
When using preset target value, proceed to step 5.
4 Specify calibration mass value using the following keys.
RANGE key ........ The key to select the blinking figure
RE-ZERO (+)key .. The key to increase the value of the blinking figure.
MODE (-)key ........ The key to decrease the value of the blinking figure.
PRINT key ......... The key to store the new value.
5 When pressing the RE-ZERO key, the zero point is measured and the weight value is
displayed for a few seconds.
6 Place the displayed mass on the pan. Press the PRINT key to measure the mass and the
weight value is displayed for a few seconds.
7 If GLP output is used, glp is displayed and the calibration test report is output.
8 The balance returns to the weighing mode after this test.
Setting of "info 1"
AD-8121 printer format
-----------A-&-D
MODEL----HR-300i
S/N-----01234567
ID------LAB-0123
DATE--2004/09/30
TIME----12:34:56
CAL.TEST(EXT.)
ACTUAL
-------0.0000--g
----+200.0002--g
TARGET
----+200.0000--g
SIGNATURE
Setting of "info 2"
General format
Manufacturer
Model
Serial number
ID number
Date
Time
Calibration test type
Zero point value
Target weight value
Target weight
Signature
---------------
<TERM>
CR
LF
Space, ASCII 20h
Terminator, CR , LF or CR
Carriage return, ASCII 0Dh
Line feed, ASCII 0Ah
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The space
to fill date in.
The space
to fill time in.
Title block and end block
When mass values are recorded as GLP data, a "Title block" is inserted at the beginning and
an "End block" is inserted at the end of a group of mass values in the GLP report.
Notes
To output the report to an AD-8121B , use MODE 3 of the AD-8121B. If MODE1 is used,
select temporary dump print mode by pressing the STAT. key of the AD-8121B.
If the data memory function is used (except data 0), the "Title block" and "End block" can not
be output.
Key operation
1 With the weighing data displayed, press and hold the PRINT key, then release the key.
5tart is displayed. The "Title block" is output.
2 The weighing data is output according to the parameter setting of the data output mode (prt)
of the function table.
3 Press and hold the PRINT key until recend is displayed, then release the key.
The "End block" is output.
Setting of "info 1"
AD-8121 printer format
-----------A-&-D
MODEL----HR-300i
S/N-----01234567
ID------LAB-0123
DATE--2004/09/30
START
TIME----12:34:56
WT--+123.4567--g
WT--+123.4612--g
WT--+123.4623--g
WT--+123.4634--g
WT--+123.4511--g
WT--+123.4534--g
WT--+123.4712--g
WT--+123.4645--g
END
TIME----12:40:15
SIGNATURE
Title block
Manufacturer
Model
Serial number
ID number
Date
Time
The space
to fill date in.
The space
to fill start time in.
Weighing data
Time
Signature
---------------
End block
<TERM>
CR
LF
Setting of "info 2"
General format
Space, ASCII 20h
Terminator, CR , LF or CR
Carriage return, ASCII 0Dh
Line feed, ASCII 0Ah
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The space
to fill end time in.
12.
Underhook
The underhook can be used for magnetic materials or density measurement. The built-in
underhook is revealed by removing the cap on the bottom of the balance. Use the
underhook as shown at the lower right.
Caution
Do not apply excessive force to the underhook.
When not in use, attach the cap to prevent dust
from getting into the balance.
Do not push the underhook upward
When turning the balance over, the weighing pan,
pan support, breeze break ring and dust plate
will fall off. Remove them first.
When the cap is removed, a weighing error may
occur, because of drafts entering into the
internal portion of the balance. Arrange the room
condition.
1
Remove the cap on the bottom of the balance.
2
Hang the weighing pan on the underhook.
Place the balance on the solid table.
Bottom
Underhook
Cap
Solid table
Weighing pan
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13.
13.1.
Standard Input and Output Interface
RS-232C Interface
The balance is a DCE device. Connect the balance to a personal computer (DTE) using a
straight-through cable.
Transmission system : EIA RS-232C
Transmission form
: Asynchronous, bi-directional, half duplex
Transmission rate
: 10 times/second or 5 times/second (same as data refresh rate)
Data format
: Baud rate : 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 bps
Data bits : 7 or 8 bits
Parity
: Even, Odd (Data bits 7 bits)
None
(Data bits 8 bits)
Stop bit : 1 bit
RS-232C
Code
: ASCII
-5V to -15V
+5V to +15V
Data bits
Stop bit
Start bit
Parity bit
D-Sub 25-pin assignments
Pin No. Signal name Direction
Description
1
No connection
2
RXD
Output Transmit data
3
TXD
Input
Receive data
4
No connection
5
SG
Signal ground
6
DSR
Output Data set ready
7
RTS
Input
Request to send
8
CTS
Output Clear to send
9
No connection
All signal names are the DTE side names.
Balance side
DCE
Computer side
DTE
RXD 2
+5V
3.3k
#4-40 UNC
RXD
TXD 3
TXD
RTS 7
RTS
CTS 8
CTS
DSR 6
SG
DSR
5
SG
Inside of balance
Terminal example
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13.2.
Connection to Peripheral Equipment
13.2.1. Connecting to the AD-8121B Printer
When connecting the AD-8121B printer to the balance for printing weighing data, configure
the printer and the balance as follows
Class
Item and Parameter
prt
Data output mode
ap-p
Auto print polarity
ap-b
Auto print difference
5-id
ID number output
dout
Data output d-no
Data number output
5-td
Time/Date output
pU5e
Data output pause
at-f
Auto feed
bp5
Baud rate
5if
Serial
interface
btpr
Data bit, parity bit
Crlf
Terminator
Factory
settings
AD-8121B
MODE 1
AD-8121B
MODE 2
AD-8121B
MODE 3
0
0,1, 2
3
0,1, 2
#1
No setting
#1
0
off
off
off, on
0
off
off
off, on
0
0
0
0,1, 2, 3
0
off
off
0
off
off
off, on
2
2
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
type
off, on
0
0
0
1
Data format
#1 Set the parameters when auto print mode A or B (prt 1 or 2) is selected.
#2 Set on when multiple lines are printed. Example: When adding ID number, set on.
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
Notes
Refer to "11.2. GLP Report" for print samples.
Settings of AD-8121B
AD-8121B
Description
MODE
DIP switch
MODE
Print at receiving data.
MODE 1
Standard mode, statistical calculation mode
MODE
Print by DATA key operation or built-in timer.
MODE 2
Standard mode, interval mode, chart mode
MODE
ON
1 2 3 4
MODE 3
Print at receiving data.
Dump print mode
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
DIP switch No.3 : Handling unstable data MODE
ON
To print
OFF
Not to print
DIP switch No.4 : Data input specifications (Interface selection)
MODE
ON
Current loop
OFF
RS-232C
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#2
13.2.2.
Printer
Connecting to the AD-8127 Printer or the AD-8126
When connecting the AD-8127 printer or AD-8126 printer to the balance for printing weighing
data, configure the printer and the balance as follows according to the usage examples.
Function settings of the printer
Usage example
When printing the balance weighing
data with the balance’s PRINT key or
its “Auto print” mode.
When printing the balance weighing
data with the printer’s “Printing” key or
its “Interval printing” mode.
When printing charts with the printer.
When printing the balance’s GLP
report.
AD-8126
Mini printer
AD-8127
Multi printer
Printing mode
settings
No setting
EXT.KEY
MANUAL
AUTO
TIMER
CHART
DUMP
□ Refer to the instruction manual of the AD-8127 printer for how to change the function
settings of the AD-8127 printer.
Function settings of the balance
Balance
Balance
Data output mode
Data format
0,1, 2
0
3
0
0,1, 2
1
Usage example
When printing the balance weighing
data with the balance’s PRINT key or
its “Auto print” mode.
When printing the balance weighing
data with the printer’s “Printing” key or
its “Interval printing” mode.
When printing charts with the printer.
When printing the balance’s GLP
report.
□ Refer to “10. Function Table” for how to change the function settings of the balance.
Note on using the AD-8126 printer
□ The AD-8126 printer is a dump printer and prints the data output by the balance as is. The
balance default data format set at the factory is A&D standard format. Before using the
AD-8126 printer, set the “Data format (type)” parameter of the function table to “1 “ (DP
format).
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13.2.3. Connecting to a Computer Using the RS-232C
Interface
Features
The balance is of the DCE type (Data Communication Equipment), which can be
connected to a personal computer using the RS-232C interface. Before connection,
read the personal computer manual thoroughly. Use a standard DCE cable for
connection (cable type: straight-through).
Using Windows Communication Tools Software (WinCT)
When Windows is used as an operating system in a personal computer, the WinCT
software can be used to transmit the weighing data to the personal computer. The
current version of the WinCT can be downloaded from the A&D website. Confirm the
windows
version
supported
by
this
software
when
downloading.
Refer to the WinCT instruction manual in the A&D website.
The WinCT software has three communication methods: "RsCom" , "RsKey" and
"RsWeight".
RsCom
RsCom can transmit commands to control the balance.
RsCom can make bi-directional communication between the balance and a personal
computer using the RS-232C interface.
RsCom can display or store the data using a text file format. RsCom can also print the
data using a printer connected to the personal computer.
When several ports of a personal computer have balances connected, the personal
computer can communicate with each balance simultaneously.
RsCom can share a personal computer with other application software.
RsCom can receive the balance GLP report.
RsKey
RsKey can transmit the weighing data output from the balance directly to other
application software such as Microsoft Excel.
RsKey can be used with most application software.
RsKey can receive the balance GLP report.
RsWeight
Can retrieve the weight data from the balance and display the data as a graph in real
time.
Can calculate and display the maximum, minimum, average, standard deviation and
coefficient of variation.
Using the WinCT software, the balance can do the following:
Analyzing the weighing data and the statistics input by "RsKey"
The weighing data can be input directly into an Excel worksheet. Then, Excel can analyze
the data to obtain total, average, standard deviation, maximum and minimum values, and
display them in a graph.
Controlling the balance using commands from a personal computer
By using "RsCom", the personal computer sends commands such as "re-zero" or "send
weighing data" to the balance and controls the balance.
Printing the balance GLP report using your printer
The balance GLP report can be printed using a printer connected to the personal
computer.
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Receiving weighing data at a certain interval
The weighing data can be received at a certain interval and data characteristic with
elapsed time can be obtained.
Using the balance memory function
The data can be stored in the balance’s memory. Of the data stored, the weighing data
and calibration data can be transmitted to a personal computer at one time.
Using a personal computer as an external indicator
With the "RsKey" test mode function, a personal computer can be used as an external
weight indicator for the balance. (To do this, set the balance data output mode to stream
mode.)
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13.3.
Commands
13.3.1. Command List
Note A command has a terminator added, that is specified using "5if Crlf" of the
function table, and is sent to the balance.
Commands to query weighing data
C
Cancels the S or SIR command.
Q
Requests the weighing data immediately.
S
Requests the weighing data when stabilized.
SI
Requests the weighing data immediately.
SIR
Requests the weighing data continuously.
Commands to control the balance
Same as the CAL key.
CAL
Turns the display off.
OFF
Turns the display on.
ON
Same as the ON:OFF key
P
Same as the PRINT key
PRT
Same as the RE-ZERO key (Note 1)
R
Same as the RANGE key
RNG
Tares the balance (Cancels the container’s weight.) (Note 1)
TR
Same as the MODE key
U
Commands to request data
Requests the ID number.
?ID
Outputs the tare value. (Note 1)
?PT
Requests the serial number of the balance.
?SN
Requests the model name of the balance.
?TN
Command to set data
Sets the tare value. (Note 1)
PT:. g
(Note 1)
R command assumes the point as zero and sets the display to
zero.
TR command cancels the tare weight when the displayed value is greater than zero.
The canceled tare value can be read using the ?PT command.
PT: command sets the tare value digitally.
An example of this command sets a negative target value and fills with the sample
until the display becomes zero.
Step 1 Place a container.
Step 2 Set the display to zero using the R command.
Step 3 Set a target value using the PT: command.
For details, refer to page 49
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13.3.2. Acknowledge Code and Error Codes
When the "Serial interface function (5if)" parameter is set to "erCd 1", the balance outputs
<AK> code or error code to each command as follows:
<AK> (06h)
Acknowledge in ASCII code.
When the balance receives a command to request data and can not process it, the balance
transmits an error code (EC, Exx).
When the balance receives a command to request data and can process it, the balance
outputs the data.
When the balance receives a command to control the balance and can not process it, the
balance transmits an error code (EC, Exx).
When the balance receives a command to control the balance and can process it, the
balance transmits the acknowledge code.
Among commands to control the balance, the following transmit the acknowledge code
both when the balance receives the command and when the balance has accomplished
the command. If the command can not be processed properly, the balance transmits an
error code (EC, Exx). This error can be released using the CAL command.
CAL command (Calibration command)
ON command (Display ON command)
P command (Display ON/OFF command)
R command (RE-ZERO command)
TR command (Tare command)
TST command (Calibration test command)
When a communication error has occurred due to external noise, or a parity error has
occurred due to a transmission error, the balance transmits an error code. In this case, send
the command again.
xx is error code number.
13.3.3. Control Using CTS and RTS
Depending on the "Ct5" parameter of "Serial interface (5if)", the balance performs as follows:
Ct5 0
Regardless of whether the balance can receive a command or not, the balance keeps the
CTS line HI. The balance outputs data regardless of the condition of the RTS line.
Ct5 1
The CTS line is kept Hi normally. When the balance can not receive the next command
(Example: while the balance is processing the last command), the balance sets the CTS line
to Lo. The balance confirms the level of the RTS line before outputting a set of data. If the
RTS level is Hi, the balance outputs data. If the RTS level is Lo, data is not output (The data
is canceled).
13.3.4. Settings Related to RS-232C
Concerning the RS-232C, the balance has two functions: "Data output (dout)" and "Serial
interface (5if)". Set each function as necessary.
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13.3.5. Command Examples
This example uses the "erCd 1" of "5if" so that the <AK> (06h) code is output.
ON command (turning on the balance)
Computer
Time
Balance
Standby mode
ON command
Command received
All segments
All segments are displayed
Command completed
Zero display
R command (Re-zeroing the display)
Computer
Time
Balance
Weighing mode
R command
Command received
In process
Command completed
Zero display
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Error code
This example is of an error using the R command. "erCd 1" is used. The balance transmits an
error code when the received command can not be achieved.
Computer
Time
Balance
Weighing mode (unstable)
R command
Command received
In process
When the R command can not be
achieved due to unstable weighing:
Error code
When the CAL command is received,
the balance returns to the weighing
mode
Command completed
CAL command
Weighing mode
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Weighing with a tare
This example uses "erCd 1" of "5if" so that the <AK> (06h) code is output.
Computer
Time
Balance
R command
Sets the display to zero
Command received
In process
Command completed
Zero display
Place a container
TR command
Tares
TR
Command received
In process
Command completed
Zero display
S command
S
ST,+010.0000
?PT command
g
(Net value)
?PT
PT,+012.3456
(Tare value)
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g
Setting a negative target value and filling with a sample until
the display becomes zero
This example uses "erCd 1" of "5if" so that the <AK> (06h) code is output.
Computer
Time
Balance
Place a container
Before command
execution
R command
Command received
In process
Command completed
PT: command to set a target weight of 10 g
Zero display
Command received
Target weight display
Fill with sample until
the display becomes
zero
:
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14.
14.1.
Maintenance
Treatment of the Balance
Clean the balance with a lint free cloth that is moistened with warm water and a mild
detergent.
Do not use organic solvents to clean the balance.
Do not disassemble the balance. Contact the local A&D dealer if the balance needs
service or repair.
Use the original packing material for transportation.
Consider section "3. Precautions" for using the balance.
14.2.
Display
Error Codes
Error code Description
Stability error
The balance can not stabilize due to an environmental
problem. Check around the pan. Prevent vibration, drafts,
EC,E11
temperature changes, static electricity and magnetic fields,
from influencing the balance.
To return to the weighing mode, press the CAL key.
Calibration weight error
The calibration weight is too heavy. Confirm the calibration
EC,E20
weight value. Press the CAL key to return to the weighing
mode.
Calibration weight error
The calibration weight is too light. Confirm the calibration
EC,E21
weight value. Press the CAL key to return to the weighing
mode.
Overload error
A sample beyond the balance weighing capacity has been
placed on the pan. Remove the sample from the pan.
Weighing pan Error
The weight value is too light.
Confirm that the weighing pan is properly installed and
calibrate the balance.
Sample mass error
The balance can not store the sample for the counting mode
or for the percent mode because it is too light.
Use a larger sample.
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Display
Error code Description
Unit mass error
The sample unit mass for the counting mode is too light.
Storing and using it for counting will cause a counting error.
Add samples to reach the specified number and press the
PRINT key. Pressing the PRINT key without adding samples
will shift the balance to the counting mode. But, for accurate
counting, be sure to add samples.
Low battery error
Voltage of the power supply drops.
Confirm whether the correct AC adapter is used.
Communications error
EC,E00 A protocol error occurred in communications.
Confirm the format, baud rate and parity.
Undefined command error
EC,E01 An undefined command was received.
Confirm the command.
EC,E02
EC,E03
EC,E04
EC,E06
EC,E07
Other error code
Not ready
A received command can not be processed.
Example:
The balance received a "Q" command, but not in the
weighing mode.
The balance received a "Q" command while processing a
RE-ZERO command. Adjust the delay time to transmit a
command.
Timeout error
If the timeout parameter is set to "t-Up1", the balance did not
receive the next character of a command within the time limit
of one second. Confirm the communication.
Excess characters error
The balance received excessive characters in a command.
Confirm the command.
Format error
A command includes incorrect data.
Example:
The data is numerically incorrect.
Confirm the command.
Parameter setting error
The received data exceeds the range that the balance can
accept. Confirm the parameter range of the command.
If an error described above can not be released or other
errors are displayed, contact the local A&D dealer.
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14.3.
Checking the Balance Performance and Environment
The balance is a precision instrument. When the operating environment or the operating
method is inadequate, correct weighing can not be performed. Place a sample on the pan
and remove it, and repeat this several times. If the balance seems to have a problem with
repeatability or to perform improperly, check as described below. If improper performance
persists after checking, contact the local A&D dealer for repair.
Checking that the operating environment or weighing method
is proper
Operating environment
Is the weighing table solid enough?
Is the balance level?
Is the operating environment free from vibration and drafts?
Is there a strong electrical or magnetic noise source such as a motor near the balance?
Weighing method
Does the weighing pan rim touch anything? Is the weighing pan assembly installed
correctly?
Is the RE-ZERO key pressed before placing a sample on the weighing pan?
Is the sample placed in the center of the weighing pan?
Is the fine range breeze break ring installed for weighing with a readability of 0.01 mg for the
HR-202i?
Has the balance been warmed up for one hour before weighing?
Sample and container
Has the sample absorbed or lost moisture due to the ambient conditions such as
temperature and humidity?
Has the temperature of the container been allowed to equalize to the ambient temperature?
Is the sample charged with static electricity?
Is the sample of magnetic material such as iron? There are cautions about weighing
magnetic materials.
Checking that the balance performs properly
Check the balance performance using an external weight. Be sure to place the weight in the
center of the weighing pan.
Check the balance repeatability, linearity and calibrated value using an external weight with a
known value.
14.4.
Asking for Repair
If the balance needs service or repair, contact the local A&D dealer.
The balance is a precision instrument. Use much care when handling the balance and
observe the following when transporting the balance.
Use the original packing material for transportation.
Remove the weighing pan, pan support, breeze break ring and dust plate from the main unit.
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15.
Specifications
HR-300i
Weighing capacity
320 g
Maximum display
320.0084 g
Readability
0.1 mg
Repeatability
(Standard deviation)
0.2 mg
Linearity
Stabilization time
(Typical at FAST)
Sensitivity drift,
10°C to 30°C / 50°F to 86°F
Operating environment
Percent
mode
Counting
mode
Display refresh rate
±0.3 mg
Approx. 3.5 seconds
±2 ppm/°C
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F),
85%RH or less (No condensation)
5 times/second or 10 times/second
Minimum unit mass
0.1 mg
Number of samples
10, 25, 50 or 100 pieces
Minimum 100%
reference mass
% readability
Interface
External calibration weight
Weighing pan
External dimensions
Power supply &
AC adapter type
Mass
HR-202 i
220 g
51 g
220.0084 g
51.00009 g
0.1 mg
0.01 mg
0.1 mg
0.02 mg
±0.2 mg
±0.03 mg
Approx. 3.5 seconds
Approx. 8 seconds
10.0 mg
0.01 %, 0.1 %, 1 %
(Depends on the reference mass stored.)
RS-232C
300g
200g
200g
100g
100g
50g
20g
90 mm
217(W) x 442(D) x 316(H) mm
Power consumption: Approx. 11VA
(supplied to the AC adapter )
Confirm that the adapter type is correct for the local voltage
and power receptacle type.
Approx. 7.9 kg
The operating environment does not include excessive change of ambient temperature,
humidity, vibration, drafts, magnetic fields and static electricity.
The mass value of the weight may change due to corrosion or other damage caused by the
operating environment, or due to aging. Correct the mass value periodically if necessary.
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15.1.
External Dimensions
Unit: mm
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15.2.
Options and Peripheral Instruments
AD-1653 Density Determination Kit
Weigh in air
x water density = sample density
Weigh in water - Weigh in the air
Example
10.0000 g
x 0.9970 g/cm3 = 21.4 g/cm3
10.0000 g - 9.5334
Temperature
0°C
10°C
20°C
30°C
Water density
0.99984 g/cm3
0.99970 g/cm3
0.99820 g/cm3
0.99565 g/cm3
Option
AD-8127: Multi printer
Small dot impact printer that connects to the balance via the RS-232C interface.
Statistical calculation mode, calendar/clock function, interval printing mode, chart
printing mode, dump printing mode
AD-1691: Balance environment analyzer
During the routine inspection, repeatability and the minimum weighing value can be easily
checked.
Also, this calculates measurement uncertainty and supports environmental evaluation of
the balance.
This analyzer can be easily carried to the balance site, so more than one balance can
be controlled using this analyzer.
AD-1687: Weighing environment logger
A data logger equipped with 4 sensors for temperature, humidity, barometric
pressure and vibration that can measure and store environmental data. When
connected to the RS-232C interface of the balance, the AD-1687 can store
environmental data along with weighing data. Therefore, it is possible to store data in
an environment where a computer cannot be used.
The stored data can be read to a personal computer using USB. As the AD-1687 is
recognized as USB memory, special software is not required to read the data.
AD-1688: Data logger
When connected to the RS-232C interface of the balance, the AD-1688 can store the
data in an environment where a personal computer cannot be used.
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AD-8526: Ethernet converter
This option can be used to connect the RS-232C interface of the balance to the Ethernet (LAN)
port of a computer. This allows management of the balance weighing data with a computer
connected to a network.
AD-8527: Quick USB adapter
This option transmits the weighing data directly to software applications such as Excel
and Word.
AD-8920A: Remote display
Connected to the balance using the RS-232C interface.
AD-8922A: Remote controller
This option can be connected to the balance using the RS-232C interface and can
control the balance remotely. Various options such as comparator output or analog
output are available.
AX-USB-9: USB converter
Adds a COM port to a personal computer.
Enables bi-directional communication between the personal computer and the
balance when a USB driver is installed.
Can use serial communication software such as WinCT on a personal computer without
COM ports.
An RS-232C cable is provided to connect the USB converter to the balance.
AD-1671: Anti-vibration table
Approximately 27 kg, Artificial stone (Terrazzo).
Use this table when unstable weighing is caused by vibration coming from the floor.
Use the AD-8922A remote controller to avoid a weighing error by a slight table tilt that
key operation may make.
AD-1672 / AD-1672A: Tabletop breeze break (Large)
 A large sized tabletop breeze break.
 Protects the balance from wind from sources such as air conditioning or people
passing by, thereby reducing balance weighing error.
 The transparent panel assembly consists of antistatic plastic material that protects the
balance from static electricity.
AD-1676: Tabletop breeze break (Medium)
 A suitable sized tabletop breeze break for BM/GH/HR-i series.
 Protects the balance from wind from sources such as air conditioning or people
passing by, thereby reducing balance weighing error.
 The transparent panel assembly consists of antistatic plastic material that protects the
balance from static electricity.
AD-1682: Rechargeable Battery
This option allows use of the balance in a place where AC power is not available.
AD-1683: DC static eliminator
This static eliminator eliminates static electricity to prevent weighing errors caused by
static electricity during measurement.
This direct current and windless type of eliminator is the most suitable for precisely weighing
powder, etc.
Small size, light weight
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AD-1684A: Electrostatic field meter
This option measures the amount of the static charge on the sample, tare or
peripheral equipment and displays the result.
If those are found to be charged, discharge them using the AD-1683 DC static
eliminator.
AD-1689: Tweezers for calibration weight
A pair of tweezers ideally suited for holding calibration weights of 1 g to 500 g.
AD-8529PC-W: Bluetooth converter (for connecting a personal computer)
This option connects a personal computer to the balance wirelessly (via Bluetooth) up
to 10 m.
Driver installation is required.
AD-8529PR-W: Bluetooth converter (for connecting a printer)
This option connects a printer to the balance wirelessly (via Bluetooth) up to 10 m.
*Note on the AD-8529PC-W and AD-8529PR-W
The two products may require certification for compliance with local laws
pertaining to radio broadcast and equipment for wireless communication.
Please refer to the A&D website for countries where the products are already
certified for use.
AX-SW137-PRINT: Foot switch print function with a plug
The foot switch has the same function as the PRINT key.
AX-SW137-REZERO: Foot switch rezero function with a plug
The foot switch has the same function as the RE-ZERO key.
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16.
Terms/Index
16.1.
Terms
Calibration
Adjustment of the balance so that it can weigh accurately.
Calibration weight
A weight used for calibration
Data number
Numbers assigned sequentially when weighing data or unit weight is
stored.
Digit
The readability available. Used for the balance, one digit is the smallest
mass that can be displayed.
Environment
Ambient conditions such as vibration, drafts, temperature, static
electricity and magnetic fields which affect the weighing operation.
External weight
The weight that you have.
GLP
Good Laboratory Practice.
GMP
Good Manufacturing Practice
ISO
International Organization for Standardization
Repeatability
Variation in measured values obtained when the same mass is placed
and removed repetitively. Usually expressed as a standard deviation.
Example: Standard deviation = 1 digit: This means that measured
values, obtained when the same sample is placed and removed
repetitively, fall within ±1 digit in the frequency of about 68%.
Re-zero
To set the display to zero.
Sensitivity drift
An affect that a change in temperature causes to the weighing data.
Expressed as a temperature coefficient.
Example: Temperature coefficient = 2 ppm/°C : If a load is 10 g and the
temperature changes by 10°C, the value displayed changes by the
following value.
0.0002%/°C x 10°C x 10g = 0.0002 g
Stabilization time
Time required after a sample being placed, until the stabilization
indicator illuminates and the weighing data is displayed.
Tare
To cancel the weight of a container which is not to be included in the
weighing data. Normally, refers to an operation of placing a container
and setting the display to zero.
Target mass
An external weight used for calibration test
Zero point
A weighing reference point. Usually refers to the value displayed when
nothing is on the weighing pan.
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16.2.
%
Index
Cond
Condition .......................... 22, 31, 33
Crlf
Terminator .............................. 32, 46
CSV format ............................................... 32, 36
Ct5
CTS, RTS control............. 32, 45, 51
CTS
................................................ 45,51
Data number .................................................... 64
Digit
..................................................... 64
dout
Data output ................ 23, 31, 34, 36
Dump print ..................................................... 35
-e
Weighing pan Error ...................... 56
e
Overload error .............................. 56
EC,E00
Communications error ................. 57
EC,E01
Undefined command error........... 57
EC,E02
Not ready ..................................... 57
EC,E03
Timeout error................................ 57
EC,E04
Excess characters error............... 57
EC,E06
Format error ................................. 57
EC,E07
Parameter setting error ................ 57
EC,E11
Stability error ................................ 56
EC,E20
Internal mass error....................... 56
EC,E21
Internal mass error....................... 56
erCd
AK, Error code ....................... 32, 51
error 1 Stability error ................................ 56
Error code ..................................................... 56
External weight .............................. 23, 24, 58, 64
FAST
..................................................... 22
FCC
....................................................... 5
GLP
......................................... 39, 40, 64
GMP
......................................... 39, 40, 64
id
ID number setting ........................ 32
ID Number ................................... 31, 32, 36, 39
info
GLP output ............................. 23, 39
KF format ..................................................... 35
lo
Sample mass error ...................... 56
MT format ............................................... 32, 36
Numerical format.............................................. 36
pnt
Decimal point ......................... 31, 33
p-on
Auto display-ON..................... 31, 33
prt
Data output mode ............ 31, 34, 43
pU5e
Data output pause ................. 31, 46
recend
End block ..................................... 43
Repeatability .............................................. 59, 61
Re-zero
..................................................... 64
RsCom
..................................................... 48
RsKey
..................................................... 48
RTS
..................................................... 51
5-id
ID number output ................... 31, 46
5if
Serial interface ....................... 46, 51
SLOW
..................................................... 22
5pd
Display refresh rate................ 31, 33
Stabilization time ........................................ 59, 64
5tar
Title block ..................................... 43
5t-b
Stability band width ................ 31, 33
Tare
..................................................... 54
Target mass ..................................................... 64
trc
Zero tracking .......................... 31, 33
t-Up
Timeout ........................................ 32
type
Data format ............................ 35, 46
Unit of percent mode ................... 21
CAL key ................................. 13, 28
MODE key ................................... 13
ON OFF key................................. 13
PRINT key.............................. 13, 28
RANGE key ........................... 13, 28
RE-ZERO key ........................ 13, 28
Process indicator ......................... 13
Standby indicator ......................... 13
Space mark................ 35, 36, 37, 38
Stabilization indicator ....... 13, 17, 28
Response indicator ...... 13
A&D format ..................................................... 35
AC adapter ................................................. 5, 59
ACAI Function............................................ 19, 20
AD-1653 Density determination kit ............. 61
AD-1671 Anti-vibration table ....................... 62
AD-1672 Tabletop breeze break ................. 62
AD-1682 Rechargeable battery .................. 62
AD-1683 DC static eliminator...................... 62
AD-1684A Electrostatic field meter ............... 63
AD-1687 Weighing environment logger ..... 61
AD-1688 Data logger.................................... 61
AD-1689 Tweezers for calibration weight ...... 63
AD-1691 Weighing environment analyzer ..... 61
AD-8121B Printer..................................... 35, 39
AD-8126 Mini printer ....................... 35, 39, 61
AD-8127 Multi printer ...................... 35, 39, 61
AD-8526 LAN converter .............................. 62
AD-8527 Quick USB adapter ...................... 62
AD-8920A Remote display ............................ 62
AD-8922A Remote controller ........................ 62
AK code
......................................... 30, 32, 51
ap-b
Auto print difference ............ 31, 34, 46
ar-d
Zero after output .......................... 31
ap-p
Auto print polarity ............. 31, 34, 46
at-f
Auto feed................................ 31, 46
AX-SW137-PRINT ........................................... 63
AX-SW137- REZERO ..................................... 63
AX-USB-9P-EX USB converter .................... 62
ba5fnc
Environment display .............. 29, 31
bp5
Baud rate ............................... 32, 46
btpr
Data bit, parity bit ................... 32, 46
-Cal e
Calibration weight error ............... 56
Cal e
Calibration weight error ............... 56
Cal out Calibration using an external weight .. 24
Calibration ............................................... 23, 64
CC out
Calibration test ............................. 25
65
PCS
Unit
Unit
Unit of counting mode.................. 19
......................................... 15, 16, 32
Unit ............................................... 32
WinCT
Communication Tools .................. 48
Zero point ..................................................... 64
66
MEMO
67
MEMO
68
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