AND AD-4430C Instruction Manual

AND AD-4430C Instruction Manual
AD-4430C
DIN Rail Weighing Module with CC-Link
Simplified Instruction Manual
Refer to the instruction manual on the A&D home page
URL: http://www.aandd.co.jp/
2.
General Specifications
Voltage requirement
Power requirement
DC 5 V 350  sensor. Up to four sensors can be connected
-10 °C to +50 °C, Max 85 %RH (no condensation)
35.3 × 110.0 × 101.3 mm (W×H×D)
Mass
1WMPD4002992C
Accessory
This manual describes how the product works and how to get the most out of
it in terms of performance. Read this manual thoroughly before using the
product and keep it at hand for future reference.
Product specifications are subject to change without any obligation on the part
of the manufacturer to notify of changes.
This manual is subject to change without notice at any time to improve the product.
No part of this manual may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated into another
language without the prior written consent of the A&D Company, limited.
Do not attempt to repair, modify or disassemble the product. Doing so will void
the warranty.
6 W Max.
Operating conditions
Main display
This Manual
DC 24 V +10%, -15%
Load cell excitation voltage
External dimensions
3.
Approximately 200 g
The monitor displays measurement data and settings with 7
segments of 5 digits and negative sign. The decimal point is
specified at the function table.
CC-Link connector x 1, made by 3M: 35505-6000-BOM GF
Vent
Description
LED lights when indicating net value.
Main display
Hold :
LED lights when the hold function operates.
3.4. Status Indicator
3.5. Key switches
Stable :
LED lights when the current weighing value is stable.
Zero :
LED lights when the weighing value is center zero.
This LED works by selected function at
Operation
CC-Link connector
Press the key to turn on the display in standby (OFF mode).
Press and hold the key to turn off the display in weighing mode.
In the setting mode, this key to store new settings. "the enter key".
3.3. Control I/O, standard serial output
Pull down when removing.
+
1.
Cautions
1.1.
Installation and Precautions
Before use, confirm the following articles for safe operation.
Avoid vibration, shock, extremely high temperature and humidity, direct
sunlight, dust, splashing water, air containing salt or corrosive gases, places
where inflammable gases are present.
The operating temperature is -10°C to +50°C (14°F to 122°F).
Ground the module.
Keep cables away from power cables and other sources of electrical noise.
Use a stable DC24 V power source that does not include step down voltage
and noise.
Do not share the earth ground line and power line with other electrical power
equipment.
When extending the load cell cable, separate it from the power cable and
electrical cables with much noise.
Do not turn on the module until installation is complete. The module is not
equipped with a switch to turn off.
After the installation is complete, take off the protective cover prior to turning on
the AD-4430C.
Use a shielded load cell cable.
Do not connect more sensors than the allowable number noted in the specifications.
1.2.
+24 V ............... DC +24 V terminal.
0 V .................... DC 0 V terminal.
FG (SHILD) ........ Ground terminal. (Connector shield of all are
connected inside. )
3.2.
Sensor Terminals of Load Cell
SIG- ..........
SIG+ ..........
EXC- .........
SEN- ......
The (-) input terminal of signal that is outputted from load cell.
The (+) input terminal of signal that is outputted from load cell.
The (-) output terminal for load cell excitation voltage (-).
The (-) input terminal for sensing input (-). (When
performing the 4-wire connection, connect between
EXC- and SEN-.)
SEN+ ...... The (+) input terminal for sensing input (+). (When
performing the 4-wire connection, connect between
EXC+ and SEN+.)
EXC+ ...... The (+) output terminal for load cell excitation voltage (+).
SHLD ...... Connect shield of load cell cable.
Connections
When connecting and removing the cables, push the buttons with a driver etc.
We recommend use of pole crimp terminals for the tips of cables.
Push buttons when connecting
and removing the cables.
Cautions During Use
The AD-4430C is a precision instrument that measures micro-volt output from load
cell. Prevent noise sources such as power lines, radios, electric welders or motors
from affecting the instrument.
Do not disassemble the AD-4430C.
Rod type crimp terminal
Load cell cable
Load cell tag
Power cable
Proceeds to the function mode from the weighing mode.
+
Proceeds to the check mode from the function mode.
+
Proceeds to the calibration from standby (at OFF mode)
3.6. Operation Mode
Function mode .............................................................. (In weighing mode,
The condition of the AD-4430C can be updated and be stored.
Check mode .................................................................... (In function mode,
The mode to check the AD-4430C.
+
+
)
4. Calibration
The AD-4430C measures the voltage of the load cell and displays it. Calibration is the function used
to adjust theAD-4430C so that the signal from the load cell is properly converted to mass.
Specify "decimal point position (
)", "minimum division (
)" and "weighing
capacity (
)" in function mode.
"input voltage at zero calibration (
)", " input voltage at span calibration (
)" and
"mass value against input voltage at span calibration (
)" can be changed by the "span
calibration using mass (
)" in calibration mode. These items can be also inputted using
"digital span" in function mode.
Perform stable measurement in the calibration to prevent measurement error.
During a stable measurement, the
LED lights.
The flashing decimal point means "no weighing value" in calibration mode.
When
and a number are displayed, an error has occurred.
Refer to "Calibration Errors" for details.
Before the calibration, turn on the AD-4430C more than 10 minutes so as to avoid
temperature drift (change).
Span Calibration using Mass (
)
Perform the zero and span calibration by placing and removing the mass. When
calibrating the AD-4430C for the first time, it is necessary to set a unit, decimal point,
minimum division and weighing capacity in function mode beforehand.
Step 1 When turning off the display using pressing and holding the
key, press the key
and the
key ( +
key). Then
of calibration mode is displayed.
Step 2 Press the
-1-
-2-
)
Calibration mode ............................................. (When display is turned off,
+
)
The mode to calibrate zero point and span of the AD-4430C using a mass or by inputting
numerical value.
4.1.
key to enter calibration mode.
is displayed. When returning to weighing mode, press the
-3-
)
Step 1
"The tare key" that displays zero for net weighing.
The key to select parameter or increase number in setting mode.
3.1. Power Supply Connector
Power Supply Connector
in weighing mode.
"The zero key" to perform the zero operation in weighing mode.
The key to change a selected item or move a flashed figure.
Hook for DIN rail
3.1.
Function
The function key works by selected function at
Digital Linearization (
Digital linearization is the non-linearity compensation function that can rectify or
reduce linearity deviation between zero point and weighing capacity.
Up to four points can be specified except zero. (Refer to
)
Relationship of points : Zero =
<
<
<
<
The high-order correction curve is used so that zero point and individual points
are arranged in a straight line.
Digital linearization includes span calibration.
The escape key during numerical input and function mode.
CC-Link communication
indicator
Vent
4.2.
.
3.5. Key switches
Micro-B USB connector
Span Calibration
Step 5 When
is displayed, press the
key. The current calibration
weight value is displayed. A figure flashes. Specify a new value using the
and
keys. When canceling span calibration and returning to
weighing mode, press the
key twice.
Step 6 Place a mass on the weighing pan. Confirm that the
LED is lit and
press the
key. Then
is displayed for 2 seconds.
Step 7 When
is displayed, remove the mass from the weighing pan.
When repeating span calibration, press the
key.
Step 8 Press the
key. Then
is displayed and calibration data is
stored in the nonvolatile memory of the AD-4430C.
Step 9 Press the
key to return to weighing mode.
LED lights when indicating gross value.
Net :
3.2. Sensor Terminals
of Load Cell
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4.1.2.
3.4. Status Indicator
Gross :
Zero Calibration
Step 3 Press the
key to display
.
When skipping zero calibration, press the
key and proceed to step 5.
Step 4 Confirm that the
LED is lit and press the
key. Then
is
displayed for 2 seconds. When canceling span calibration and returning to
weighing mode, press the
key twice.
Standard serial output (C.L.) circuit is isolated
from other terminals.
Use standard CC-Link connector.
Use standard Micro - B USB connector.
LED
Panels
Guide for DIN rail
4.1.1.
3.3. Control I/O, Standard serial output, CC-Link connector and USB connector
Terminals of control I/O is isolated from load
cell and power supply (POWER).
Supply D.C. +24 V between PWR+24V
terminal and COM terminal.
When turning off the display using pressing and holding the
key,
press the
key and the
key (
+
key). Then
of
calibration mode is displayed. Press the
key to display
.
Step 2 Press the
key to select
and press the
key to enter
digital linearization.
Step 3
of the zero point is displayed.
Step 4 While
LED is displayed, press the
key to store the weighing
value. Then
is displayed for 2 seconds.
Step 5 When displaying
, press the
key to select a weight value.
Specify it using the
and
key.
Step 6 Place the weight on the pan. While
LED is displayed, press the
key to store the weighing value. Then
is displayed for 2 seconds.
Step 7
is displayed. Repeat the same operation as Step 5 and Step 6 at
the second point.
Step 8
is displayed. Repeat the same operation as Step 5 and Step 6 at
the third point.
Step 9
is displayed. Repeat the same operation as Step 5 and Step 6
at the fourth point.
Step 10
is displayed. Press the
key to store new parameters into
nonvolatile memory and display
.
Step 11 Press the
key to return to weighing mode. Remove all of weight
from the pan.
4.3. Calibration Errors (
Display
)
Cause
The display resolution
(maximum capacity / minimum
division) exceeds the specified
value.
Treatment
Make the minimum division greater or
make the weighing capacity smaller. The
specified value depends on specifications
of the weighing system.
Check the load cell rating and
Voltage at zero calibration
exceeds in the positive direction. connection. When nothing is wrong with
the rating and connection, adjust the load
cell output. When the load cell or A/D
Voltage at zero calibration
converter may be the cause of error,
exceeds in the negative
confirm this by using the check mode.
direction.
The value of the calibration
weight exceeds the maximum
capacity.
Use an appropriate calibration weight
and calibrate again.
The value of the calibration
weight is less than the minimum
division.
The load cell sensitivity is not
Use a load cell with higher sensitivity or
sufficient.
make the minimum division greater.
Voltage at span calibration is less
Check the load cell connection.
than voltage at the zero point.
The load cell output voltage is too
Use a load cell with a greater rating or
high when the mass of
make the weighing capacity smaller.
maximum capacity is weighed.
key.
-4-
5.
Function Mode
To judge when the negative net weight is exceeded.
Exceeding negative net weight 1 : Net weight < -99999
2 : Net weight < -Capacity
Select whether or not to clear the zero value.
Clear the zero value
0 : Disable
1 : Enable
Select whether or not to perform zero setting when power is
Zero setting when power is turned on.
turned on
0 : Disable
1 : Enable
Input voltage from a load cell at zero. 2
Input voltage at zero
Scale: 0.0001 mV/V
-7.0000 to 0.0000 to 7.0000
Input voltage from a load cell at span. 2
Span input voltage
Scale: 0.0001 mV/V
0.0100 to 3.2000 to 9.9999
The function mode stores parameters to control the weighing module.
The parameters are stored even without power supplied.
5.1.
Summary
............
............
............
............
............
............
............
............
............
Calibration function
Linearity adjustment function
Basics function
Hold function
Weighing sequence program
Setpoint function
Control I/O function
Standard serial output function
CC-Link function
Weight against span input
voltage
Gravity acceleration of the
calibration place
5.2.
Operations and Types
Suppression of the hold function
Select Modes Under Function Mode
.........Proceeds to function mode from the weighing mode.
+
........... Selects a type of select mode (3 upper figures).
....... Enters a selected mode.
........... Selects an item under the selected mode (2 lower figures).
....... Enters the item.
....... Stores parameters and returns to weighing mode.
5.2.2.
5.3.2.
Number of input points
Linear-zero
Parameters Selection And Digital Parameters
Setting value for linear 1
Span at linear 1
Setting value for linear 2
Span at linear 2
The type to change value ( figure flashing )
........... Moves the flashing figure.
........... Changes the value of the flashing figure.
....... Activates (store) value and returns to select mode.
....... Deactivates value and returns to select mode.
Setting value for linear 3
Span at linear 3
Setting value for linear 4
Function Table
1 Decimal point depends on
.
2 Calibrate (adjust)
,
and
using
in calibration mode.
3 If pressing the
key while displaying
or
, the current weighing
value can be monitored. Press the
key again to return function mode.
5.3.1.
Calibration Function (
Item & Function
Unit
)
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
0 : No used
1: g
2 : kg
3: t
4: N
5: kN
Decimal point (D.P.) position.
Decimal point position 0 : 0
1 : 0.0
2 : 0.00
3 : 0.000
4 : 0.0000
Minimum division of value. (A scale / digit)
Minimum division
1 :1
2:2
3:5
4 : 10
5 : 20
6 : 50
Measurement can be displayed up to +8 digits (8 scales) from
Weighing capacity capacity. 1
1 to 70000 to 99999
The range that the
key (zero key) works. Deviation from
Zero range
the calibrated zero point [%].
0 to 2 to 100
Used with
for zero tracking.
Zero tracking time Scale: 0.1 sec.
0.0 to 5.0
Used with
for zero tracking.
Zero tracking width Scale: 0.1 digit
0.0 to 9.9
Used with
for stability detection.
Stability detection time Scale: 0.1 sec.
0.0 to 1.0 to 9.9
Used with
for stability detection.
Stability detection width Scale: 1 digit
0 to 2 to 9
Span at linear 4
5.3.3.
Tare when the gross
weight is negative
Output when out of
range and unstable
Exceeding negative
gross weight
0 : Disables output.
)
5.3.4.
Display refresh rate
display
Digital Filter 1
Digital Filter 2
Near-zero
1 : 20 times/sec.
2 : 10 times/sec.
3 : 5 times/sec.
0 : None
11 : Over
1 : Zero tracking in progress
12 : OK
2 : Alarm (Zero range setting error, over) 13 : Under
key
14 : Full value
3 : Active
4 : Near-zero
15 : Weighing end
16 : Weighing sequence, in processing
5 : HI (Over the upper limit value)
6 : OK (Between upper and lower limit values) 17 : Weighing sequence, error
18 : Normal batch/Loss-in-weight,
7 : LO (Below the lower limit value)
8 : Large flow
Identification
9 : Medium flow
19 to 24 : User input1 to 6
10 : Small flow
25 to 32 : User output 1 to 8
Selects a cutoff frequency. 3
0 : None
6 : 20.0 Hz
12 : 2.8 Hz
1 :100.0 Hz
7 : 14.0 Hz
13 : 2.0 Hz
2 : 70.0 Hz
8 : 10.0 Hz
14 : 1.4 Hz
3 : 56.0 Hz
9 : 7.0 Hz
15 : 1.0 Hz
4 : 40.0 Hz
10 : 5.6 Hz
16 : 0.7 Hz
5 : 28.0 Hz
11 : 4.0 Hz
Selects a cutoff frequency.
0 : None
6 : 20.0 Hz
12 : 2.8 Hz
18 : 0.40 Hz
1 :100.0 Hz
7 : 14.0 Hz
13 : 2.0 Hz
19 : 0.28 Hz
2 : 70.0 Hz
8 : 10.0 Hz
14 : 1.4 Hz
20 : 0.20 Hz
3 : 56.0 Hz
9 : 7.0 Hz
15 : 1.0 Hz
21 : 0.14 Hz
4 : 40.0 Hz
10 : 5.6 Hz
16 : 0.7 Hz
22 : 0.10 Hz
5 : 28.0 Hz
11 : 4.0 Hz
17 : 0.56 Hz
23 : 0.07 Hz
1 : Normal hold
2 : Peak hold
The reference value for near-zero.
-6-
1
3 : Averaging hold
-99999 to 10 to 99999
-99999 to 10 to 99999
-99999 to -10 to 99999
Hold Function (
)
Item & Function
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
Time to calculate the average. 0.00 is not averaged.
Average time
Scale: 0.01 sec.
0.00 to 9.99
Waiting time to commence a holding or averaging.
Start for waiting time Scale: 0.01 sec.
0.00 to 9.99
The condition to commence a holding or averaging.
0 : Not used
2 : Above the near-zero
Condition of
1 : Above the near-zero, and stable
automatic start
Release when control input of the hold terminal is falling.
Release using control
0 : Do not release
1 : Release
input
Release after a set amount of time has passed. 0.00 is not averaged.
Release time
Scale: 0.01 sec.
0.00 to 9.99
Release using
fluctuation range
5.3.7.
Weighing Sequence Program (
Item & Function
Final value
Free fall
Preliminary
Optional preliminary
Under
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
-99999 to 0 to 99999
1
-99999 to 0 to 99999
1
-99999 to 0 to 99999
1
-99999 to 0 to 99999
1
-99999 to 0 to 99999
1
-99999 to 0 to 99999
0 : No used 2 : Loss-in-weigh sequence 3 : Specifying with control input
Weighing mode
1 : Normal batch sequence
4 : Specifying with CC-Link
0 : Not used
3 : Real time free fall compensation (updated coefficient)
Automatic free fall
1 : Moving average of last four times
correction
2 : Real time free fall compensation (fixed coefficient)
Weighing end value is compensated automatically when net weight at the
Automatic free fall band end of weighing sequence is within (final value ± this band).
0 to 99999
Active free fall coefficient.
Active free fall coefficient Scale: 0.001 sec.
-99.999 to 0.000 to 99.999
OK/Over/Under output
timing
1 : Always
2 : Synchronized to the end of weighing sequence
Wait for the weight value
0 : Disabled
to be stable before the
judgment
Automatic tare at
weighing start
Flow timeout time
Weighing start input
delay time
1 : Enabled
1 : Enabled
A period of weighing sequence. 0 : Not used
Scale: 1 sec.
Response time from the start of weighing sequence to the output.
Scale: 0.1sec.
0.0 to 60.0
Large flow comparison disable time
Medium flow comparison disable time
Timer for preventing gate from malfunctioning due to
vibration when opening and closing the gate.
Scale: 0.1 sec.
0.0 to 60.0
Small flow comparison disable time
Waiting time between closing small flow gate and outputting comparison.
Judgment delay time Scale: 0.1 sec.
0.0 to 0.1 to 60.0
0.0 : keeping output until next sequence.
Weighing end output time Scale: 0.1 sec.
0.0 to 60.0
One shot time for small
flow rate
5.3.8.
Standard Serial Output Function (
Scale: 0.01 sec.
0 to 2 to 24
0 to 3 to 24
0 to 4 to 24
0 to 5 to 24
0 to 6 to 24
0 to 1 to 34
0 to 2 to 34
0 to 3 to 34
0 to 4 to 34
0 to 5 to 34
0 to 6 to 34
0 to 7 to 34
0 to 8 to 34
)
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
1 : Weighing display 3 : Net
5 : Gross / Net / Tare
Serial data
2 : Gross
4 : Tare
1 : Stream
3 : Manual print
Communication mode 2 : Automatic print
1 : 600 bps
CC-Link Function (
Item & Function
Address number
2 : 2400 bps
)
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
Address number for this module
1 to 64
0 : 1 channel
2 : 4 channels
Number of the remote register occupied 1 : 2 channels
0 : 156 kbps
2 : 2.5 Mbps
4 : 10 Mbps
Baud rate
1 : 625 kbps
3 : 5 Mbps
Initial process
Output data
0: Not needed
1 : Necessary
0 : Weighing display
1 : Net
2 : Gross
6 : Sequence flow rate (In small flow OFF)
0 : Not used
7 : Sequence flow rate (Real time)
Weighing information 1 1 : Sequence number
2 : Batch weighing error
8 : Load cell output. Scale: 1 nV/V
3 : Actual free fall
9 : Net (Digital filter 2)
10 : Gross (Digital filter 2)
Weighing information 2 4 : Free fall (Averaging)
5 : Free fall coefficient (Averaging)
0.00 to 6.00
-7-
0 to 1 to 24
Item & Function
5.3.9.
0 to 600
)
Control I/O Function (
Baud rate
0 : Disabled
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
0 to 1 to 11
Setting values concerning setpoints (SP)
Caution : Do not select the same item to plural 0 to 2 to 11
setpoints.
0 to 3 to 11
0 : Not used
6 : Under
0 to 4 to 11
1 : Final value
7 : Full
0 to 5 to 11
2 : Optional preliminary 8 : Near-zero
3 : Preliminary
9 : Free fall coefficient 0 to 6 to 11
0 to 7 to 11
4 : Free fall
10 : Upper limit
5 : Over
11 : Under limit
0 to 8 to 11
-99999 to 0 to 99999
-99999 to 0 to 99999
-99999 to 0 to 99999
Setting parameters of setpoints (SP). -99999 to 0 to 99999
1
-99999 to 0 to 99999
-99999 to 0 to 99999
-99999 to 99999
-99999 to 10 to 99999
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
16 : Emergency stop
IN 1 0 : Not used
1 to 6 : User input 1 to 6 17 : Error reset
11118 : Normal batch /
IN 2 7 : Zero
8 : Tare
1111Loss-in-weight exchange
19 : Actual free fall input
IN 3 9 : Hold
10 : Gross / Net exchange 20 : One shot small flow
IN 4 11 : Diagnose
21 : Full open
12 : Print command
22 : Zero clear
IN 5 13 : Weighing start
23 : Tare clear
14 : Pause
24 : Operation same as a F key
IN 6 15 : Restart
22 : Under
OUT 1 0 : Not used
1 to 8 : User output 1 to 8
23 : Large flow
24 : Medium flow
OUT 2 9 : Stability
10 : Over capacity
25 : Small flow
26 : Normal batch/ Loss-in-weight,
OUT 3 11 : Net display
12 : During tare
111 Identification
OUT 4 13 : Hold
27 : In weighing sequence
14 : Hold busy
28 : Weighing end
OUT 5 15 : HI output
29 : Weighing sequence error
16 : OK output
30 : In weighing (ON)
OUT 6 17 : LO output
31 : In weighing (1 Hz)
18 : Near-zero
32 : In weighing (50 Hz)
OUT 7
19 : Full
33 : Alarm
20 : Over
34 : Active F key
OUT 8 21 : OK
OUT 1
OUT 2
OUT 3
OUT 4
1 : Inverting output
2 : Non inverting output
OUT 5
OUT 6
OUT 7
OUT 8
)
1
)
Item & Function
Release when the weighing value is in the near-zero range.
Release at near-zero 0 : Do not release
1 : Release
5.3.5.
Setpoint Function (
Item & Function
Object of SP1
Object of SP2
Object of SP3
Object of SP4
Object of SP5
Object of SP6
Object of SP7
Object of SP8
Value of SP1
Value of SP2
Value of SP3
Value of SP4
Value of SP5
Value of SP6
Value of SP7
Value of SP8
Release when fluctuation from the holding value exceeds a set value. 1
0 : Continue
0 to 99999
Over
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
Each digit corresponds to to a key switch. Only available in weighing mode.
4 fig. 3 fig. 2 fig. 1 fig.
0 : Permission
1 : Prohibition
Key switch disable
0 0 0 0 to 1 1 1 1
0 : None
7: Zero clear
1 : Manual print command
8: Weighing start / Pause / Re-start
2 : Hold
9: Actual free fall input
key) 10: One shot, Small flow
3 : Alternative switch(Active
key function
4 : Momentary switch(Active
key) 11: Sequence flow rate monitor
5 : Display exchange
12: mV/V monitor
6 : Tare clear
13: Digital filter 2
Hold function
-5-
)
5.3.6.
Item to be compared with the upper and lower limit.
Comparison target of
1 : Gross weight
2 : Net weight
upper and lower limit
Reference value for the full value on gross weight.
Full value
-99999 to 99999
Item & Function
1 : Enables output.
To judge when the negative gross weight is exceeded.
1 : Gross weight < -99999
3 : Gross weight < -19 digits
2 : Gross weight < -Capacity
1 : Prohibition.
Descriptions, Range & Factory settings
Number of adjustment point. If 0, 1 or 2 is selected, this linearization is
not used.
0 to 5
Input voltage for linear-zero input.
Scale: 0.0001 mV/V
-7.0000 to 0.0000 to 7.0000
The setting value of weights for linear 1 input. 1
0 to 99999
The span voltage between linear-zero and linear 1 input.
Scale: 0.0001 mV/V
0.0000 to 9.9999
The setting value of weights for linear 2 input. 1
0 to 99999
The span voltage between linear-zero and linear 2 input.
Scale: 0.0001 mV/V
0.0000 to 9.9999
The setting value of weights for linear 3 input. 1
0 to 99999
The span voltage between linear-zero and linear 3 input.
Scale: 0.0001 mV/V
0.0000 to 9.9999
The setting value of weights for linear 4 input. 1
0 to 99999
The span voltage between linear-zero and linear 4 input.
Scale: 0.0001 mV/V
0.0000 to 9.9999
Basics Function (
Tare and zero operation when unstable
Tare and zero at unstable
0 : Disables both functions.
1 : Enables both functions.
weight value
Tare when the gross weight is negative.
0 : Disables tare.
1 : Enables tare.
0 : Permission.
Linearity Adjustment Function (
Item & Function
Type of parameter selection ( all figures flashing)
........... Selects a parameter.
....... Activates (store) parameter and returns to select mode.
....... Deactivates parameter and returns to select mode.
5.3.
Gravity acceleration of the place where the scale is calibrated.
2
Scale: 0.0001 m/s
9.7500 to 9.8000 to 9.8500
Gravity acceleration of the place where the scale is being used.
2
Gravity acceleration of use place Scale: 0.0001 m/s
9.7500 to 9.8000 to 9.8500
The decimal point flashes in function mode.
5.2.1.
The calibration weight value corresponding to the input voltage
at
. 1 2
1 to 32000 to 99999
Item to be compared with near-zero.
Comparison target at
1 : Gross weight
2 : Net weight
near-zero
Reference value for the upper limit. 1
Upper limit value
Reference value for the lower limit. 1
Lower limit value
-8-
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