Floor / Pallet Scale
Floor / Pallet Scale
DWP-5500RW (Floor Scale)
DWP-102E (Indicator)
User Manual
A12-51007 V1.0
Content
CHAPTER 1 MAIN SPECIFICATION
CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION
2.0 SCALE BASE SET UP
2.1 FRONT AND BACK VIEW OF INDICATOR
2.2 KEY FUNCTIONS
2.3 CONNECTING LOAD CELL TO INDICATOR
CHAPTER 3 OPERATION
3.1 POWER ON & ZERO SETTING
3.2 MANUAL ZERO SETTING
3.3 TARE
3.4 ACCUMULATING
3.5 COUNTING
3.6 USER FUNCTION STEETING
3.7 CONNECT SCOREBOARD TO INDICATOR
3.8 SERIAL COMMUNICATION AND INDICATOR COMMECTION
CHAPTER 4 CALIBRATION
CHAPTER 5 ERROR INDICATION
CHAPTER 6 CHARGEABLE BATTERY
CHAPTER 7 MAINTENTANCE
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Chapter 1 Main Specification
1. Model:
DWP-5500R Floor / Pallet scale
2. Accuracy:
Grade Ⅲ, n=5000
3. Sample Rate:
10 times / second
4. Load cell sensitivity
1.5~3mV / V
5. Scale interval:
1/2/5/10/20/50 for option
6. Display:
6 bits LED,6 state indicating signals
7. Power supply:
Battery DC6V/4AH
8. Operating temperature/humidity:
0~40℃; ≤90%RH
9. Transporting temperature:
-20~50℃
Before installation please first recharge the Transmitter for
24 hours. The switch needs to be left ON during recharging.
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Chapter 2 Installation
2.0 SCALE BASE SETUP
a. Open the scale base box (Box 1) with a knife very carefully. Sharp blade may scratch the scale
surface.
b. Take out the scale feet (total 4 feet packed in the box inside the scale base)
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c. Screw each foot onto the load cell at each corner of the scale base.
d. Lay down the scale and level it.
e. Connect the cable onto the transmitter.
f.
Connect the transmitter with the scale base.
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g. Place the transmitter on the side of the scale.
h. Connect the antenna and place on the side of the scale.
Turn on the indicator and your scale is ready to use. For advanced operations, please refer to the
following pages.
Your scale was pre-calibrated. Re-calibration is not necessary. However due to change of the
environment (such as gravity, temperature, humidity etc.) the accuracy may be affected. For perfect
results you can re-calibrate the scale.
Although the indicator comes with wired cable port, the scale may not work by connecting the
indicator with the scale base using cable. Please contact [email protected] for assistance.
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2.1 FRONT AND BACK VIEW OF THE INDICATOR
Front View
Back View
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2.2 KEY FUNCTIONS
[UNIT]
Switch between weighing units.
[FUN]
Select or enter the function and save the setting values of parameters.
In counting mode, press to view unit weight, counts and total weight when “F3 Key”=1.
In the accumulation mode, press to view numbers when “F3 Key”=2.
Press to enter/exit animal mode when “F3 key”=5
[MOD]
Enter/exit counting mode when in weighing mode when “F3 Key”=1.
Accumulate and print when “F3 Key”=2.
Hold/release the readout when “F3 Key”=3.
Enter pre-tare value when “F3 Key”=4.
Parameter setting for animal weighing when “F3 Key”=5
[TARE]
Enter fast calibration when pressed in warming up.
Tare off the container weight.
When setting parameters press to change the value.
[ZERO]
Press to enter parameter setting during warming up.
Zero the readout
When setting parameters, press to move the cursor.
[ON/OFF]
Turn on/off the scale.
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Chapter 3 Operation
3.1 POWER ON AND AUTO ZERO-SETTING
3.1.1 The indicator will perform countdown self-checking when turned on. Then it will enter weighing
mode.
3.1.2 When powered on, if loading weight on the scale deviates from the zero point, but still within
zero set range, the indicator will set zero automatically; if it is out of range, it is necessary to
adjust the zero point or recalibrate or reset.
3.1.3 Press UNIT button to select your weighing unit. There is indication on the readout panel
showing the current weighing mode.
3.2 MANUAL ZERO SETTING
3.2.1 In weighing mode, you can press [Zero] anytime to zero the readout.
3.2.2 If the displayed value deviates from zero point, but still within zero-range, pressing [Zero] key is
available. Otherwise, [Zero] key is invalid. (In this status, please recalibrate or reset zero
parameters)
3.2.3 Zero function works only when the STAB sign is on.
3.3 TARE FUNCTION
When Indicator is in weighing mode, press the [Tare] key, the indicator will deduct the displayed weight
value as tare weight. Then indicator displays net weight as “0”, and Tare sign is on.
3.4 COUNTING FUNCTION (WHEN F3 KEY=1)
Sampling: Tare the weight of any container that is used and leave the container on the scale. Place
samples on the scale. The quantity of the samples should match the options for the pre-set
values: 10, 20, 50, 100 or 200 pieces. Press [MOD] key and the screen will show “P10”, which
means the requirement of the sample size. If the sample quantity on the scale is not 10 pieces,
press [TARE] key to select the according sample size. Press [FUN] key to confirm.
Counting: Remove the samples from the container and place the items need to count into the container.
You can see the counts on the display. Press [FUN] key to view Unit Weight (in gram), Counts
and Total Weight. You may exit counting mode anytime by pressing [MOD] key.
3.5 ACCUMULATING FUNCTION (WHEN F3 KEY=2)
In weighing mode, press [FUN] key to enter accumulating mode. Place the first item onto the scale
and wait until the STAB sign on. Press MOD key to store the weight into memory. Remove the
first item and place the second item onto the scale then repeat the previous procedure. Maximum
loads for one accumulating is 200.
Clear the scale platform and press [FUN] key to view the number of loads and total weight. Press
[ZERO] key to clear the memory.
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3.6 WEIGHT HOLDING FUNCTION (WHEN F3 KEY=3)
Press [MOD] key to hold the readout, press [MOD] again to release.
3.7 PRE-TARE FUNCTION (WHEN F3 KEY=4)
Press [MOD] key to enter Pre-pare Setting. Press [ZERO] to move the editable digit (blinking) and
press [TARE] to change the value. Make the displayed value equal to the container which needs to
be tare for every load. Press [FUN] to confirm. The display will show the negative number for tare
value.
3.8 ANIMAL WEIGHING (WHEN F3 KEY=5)
Press [MOD] key to set parameters of animal weighing.
1. Stable time: “Fil
n” (n value can be changed). “n” value options: 1/2/3/4/5. 1 is the fastest
and 5 is the lowest. Press [TARE] to select the desired value and press [FUN] to confirm and
move to the next parameter.
2. Display Range: “Rang n”. “n” value options: 1/2/3. 2 is recommended. Press [TARE] to
select the desired value and press [FUN] to confirm and move to the next parameter.
3. Lock Range: If the change of weight exceeds the input value, the indicator will refresh the
display. Press [FUN] to confirm.
4. Press [FUN] to start animal weighing. Press [FUN] again to exit.
3.9 CHECK-WEIGHING
Check-weighing is a function to control the items to be weighed within or without the pre-set range. If
the high-limit and the low-limit are set as same value, the indicator will set alarm for one key point. If
the high-limit is set higher than the low-limit, the indicator will set alarm for a weighing range.
To set check-weighing parameters: when the indicator is off, turn it on and press [ZERO] key when
the indicator is still warming up. You will see “F1 CLK” on the screen. Press [TARE] key 3 times
and the screen will show “F4
CHK”. Press [FUN] key to enter beep mode setting:
Beep 1: No beep. When the weight is higher than the high-limit, HI will be on. When the weight is
lower than the low-limit, LO will be on. Otherwise both HI and LO will be on.
Beep 2: Beep when the weight falls into the weight range.
Beep 3: Beep when the weight falls out of the weight range.
Press [TARE] key to select desired mode then press [FUN] key to set High-limit:
Now there are 6 zeros on the screen. Press [ZERO] key to move the editable digit (blinking) and
press [TARE] to change the value. When you are done, press [FUN] to set Low-limit. When you are
done, press [FUN] to confirm. The screen will go back to “F4 CHK”
To disable the check-weighing function, press [UNIT] key to set both high-limit and low-limit to zero.
3.10 PRINTING (WHEN F3 KEY=2)
Set P 10 as “RS” (We will show to how to set P value later on.)
In the weighing mode, press [MOD] to print.
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Chapter 4 Setting Parameters
To enter parameter setting: Turn on the indicator and press [ZERO] key when the indicator is still
warming up.
4.1 “F1 CLK” DATE AND TIME SETTING
Press [FUN] key to show the current time. If it is not correct, adjust it as following:
Press [ZERO] key to change hour (the hour is blinking). Press [TARE] to add up until it shows the
correct hour. Press [ZERO] to move to the minutes (the minutes are blinking). Press [TARE] to add up
until it shows the correct minute. Press [ZERO] to move to the seconds (the seconds are blinking).
Press [TARE] to add up until it shows the correct second.
Press [FUN] to confirm and move to date mode setting. There are 3 date showing modes:
“YY-MM-DD”, “MM-DD-YY” and “DD-MM-YY”. Press [TARE] key to switch between and press [FUN]
to confirm then move to date setting. Use the same way as timing setting to set the date. Press
[FUN] to confirm and exit. During the time or date setting, you may press [MOD] anytime to cancel
and exit. System will not save the changes. Press [TARE] to move to the next parameter.
4.2 FAST CALIBRATION FOR ZERO POINT AND FULL RANGE POINT
Press [#] while it is initialization, it enters into the calibration mode.
4.2.1 Fast calibration for zero point:
At any time before it shows [nOLOAD], press [FUNC], it keeps the original division, decimal point, full
range and enter into the zero point calibration mode. Press [ZERO] when the stable signal is on, it
displays [End] and keeps the original full range point calibration. Press the calibration switch under
the lead sealing board at the back of the indicator, it saves the setting and back to the weighing status.
4.2.2 Fast calibration for full range point:
At any time before it shows [AdLOAD], press [ACCU], it keeps the original division, decimal point, full
range, zero point calibration and enter into the full range point calibration mode. When it is finished,
press the calibration switch under the lead sealing board at the back of the indicator, it saves the
setting and back to the weighing status.
Chapter 5 Error Indication
EER 1
The AD value is too small when calibrated.
EER 2
The zero point is out of range when calibrated.
EER 3
The zero point is out or range upon starting
EER 4
The imputed sample number is zero when sampling n counting mode.
EER 5
The imputed weight is zero when full scale calibrated in calibrating mode.
EER 6
The unit weight is less than 0.25e when sampling in counting mode
bAt-lo
Low power
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Chapter 6 Recharge Battery
6.1 Turing on the AC power, the indicator will recharge the battery automatically. So if you don’t use
battery frequently, you should take battery out.
■ Note: red end is +, black end is -. Wrong connection will destroy indicator.
■ Note: The built-in battery should be fully charged before it is used for the first time.
6.2 Only when you turn off the AC power, and push start key, battery works. Displaying [LouoL] means
the insufficient of voltage, it needs charge.
6.3 When you use the battery first time, you should charge the battery for 20 hours in order to prevent
low voltage resulted from the self leakage of the battery.
6.4 If you don’t use battery for a long time, you should charge the battery for 10-12 hours for each 2
month to prolong using life of battery.
6.5 The battery is easily exhausted products. And it is not granted free guarantee.
Chapter 7 Maintenance
7.1 To guarantee indicator clarity and using life, the indicator shouldn’t be placed directly under
sunshine and should be set in the plain space.
7.2 The indicator can’t be placed into the place where the dust pollution and vibration are serious.
7.3 Load cell should connect with indicator reliably, and the system should be well connected into
ground. The indicator must be protected from high electrical field and high magnetic field.
■ In order to protect the operator, indicator and relevant device, you should mount lightning rod in
thunderstorm frequently happening area.
■ Load cell and indicator are static sensitive device, you must adopt anti static measures.
7.4 It is strictly forbidden to clean the case of indicator with intensive solvents (for example: benzene
and nitro oils)
7.5 Liquid and conducting particle should not be poured into the indicator, otherwise the electronic
components will be damaged and electric shock is likely to happen.
7.6 You should cut off power supply of indicator and relevant device before you pull-in and out the
connecting line of indicator and external device.
■You must cut off power supply of indicator, before pulling out connecting line of load cell.
7.7 During operation, if trouble occurs, operator must pull off the power supply plug immediately, and
user should return this indicator to our company for repair. Non-weighing manufacturer should not
repair it, or by yourself, otherwise further destruction may happen.
7.8 The storage is not granted the free repair guarantee, because it is easily exhausted products.
■ In order to prolong using life, please charge the cell fully before using it. If you don’t use the
indicator for a long time, you must charge the cell every two month and for eight hours/each
charging time.
■ Moving or installation must be carefully taken and must avoid strong vibration, impact and bump
in order to protect the storage cell from being damaged.
7.9 From invoice date, the indicator has a one-year free repair period. If any non-artificially obstacle
about the indicator happens under correct using conditions within this period, the user is allowed
to send the product with its guarantee card (of the correct number) back to our corporation for free
repair. The indicator shouldn’t be taken apart, otherwise free guarantee will be cancelled.
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