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ELECTRONIC WEIGHING TERMINAL
LD 5218
USER MANUAL
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Table of Contents
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2
INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................................3
INSTALLATION.............................................................................................................................................4
2.1 Mounting...................................................................................................................................................4
2.2 Wiring .......................................................................................................................................................4
2.3 Power ........................................................................................................................................................4
2.4 Environmental And Electrical Considerations ..........................................................................................5
3 FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION ....................................................................................................................6
3.1 WEIGHT AND OPERATOR DIALOGUE DISPLAY ............................................................................6
3.2 KEYBOARD DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................6
3.3 MENU STRUCTURE ..............................................................................................................................8
4 WEIGHING OPERATIONS (WEIGHBRIDGE) ............................................................................................9
4.1 FIRST WEIGHING ..................................................................................................................................9
4.2 SECOND WEIGHING ...........................................................................................................................10
4.3 PIECE COUNTING................................................................................................................................11
4.4 EDIT SETPOINTS .................................................................................................................................11
4.5 COPY WEIGHING TICKET .................................................................................................................12
4.6 ALIBI MEMORY ...................................................................................................................................12
5 VEHICLE FILE OPERATIONS (VFILE).....................................................................................................13
6 TOTALISERS (TFILE) .................................................................................................................................14
7 MISCELLANEOUS (MISC) .........................................................................................................................14
8 SYSTEM OPERATIONS ..............................................................................................................................14
8.1 DATE-TIME-SERIAL PRINT NUMBER EDIT (DATE) .....................................................................14
8.2 PIN - PASSWORD PROTECTION SYSTEM (PIN).............................................................................15
8.3 PROCESS PARAMETERS (PRP) ........................................................................................................15
8.4 TEST UTILITIES (TEST) ......................................................................................................................16
9 COMMUNICATION PORTS........................................................................................................................17
9.1 SERIAL COMMUNICATION PORT 1. (RS232C)...............................................................................17
9.2 SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS PORT 2 (RS485) ................................................................................18
9.2.1
WEIGHT OUTPUT.........................................................................................................................18
9.2.2
REMOTE PRINTER MODE (R. PRN) ..........................................................................................18
9.2.3
EDP PROTOCOL OUTPUT (EDP)................................................................................................19
9.2.4
MASTER / SLAVE NETWORK ....................................................................................................21
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ERRORS ....................................................................................................................................................22
10.1 ERRORS DUE TO HARDWARE .........................................................................................................22
10.2 OPERATIONAL DATA ERRORS ........................................................................................................22
10.3 PRINTER - PROTOCOL ERRORS .......................................................................................................22
10.4 WEIGHING-PIECE COUNT-ALIBI MEMORY ERRORS ..................................................................23
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MAINTENANCE.......................................................................................................................................24
11.1 SERVICE................................................................................................................................................24
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APPENDIX A (setup & calibration record)................................................................................................25
ANNEX A containing installation schematic drawings and connector pin outs comprises of 12 pages.
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INTRODUCTION
The electronic weighing terminal model LD5218 is a compact microcontroller based unit specifically designed
for use on systems utilising strain gauge load cells. It offers excellent weighing performance, protocol printouts
with administrative data handling.
The standard configuration includes:
1.
High accuracy analogue to digital converter (max 550.000 internal counts).
2.
Front panel with 16 character (14.5mm height) LCD display module for weight indication and operator
dialogues, 27 membrane type keyboard with tactile feedback.
3.
32 Kbytes flash RAM, real time clock and non-volatile memory for system parameters and calibration data.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Flash memory for storage of 10.000 weights (Electronic tally roll or Alibi memory).
2 serial ports RS232C / RS485A for connection to printers, computers, remote displays.
2 setpoints 24VDC/100mA optoisolated and 1 optoisolated input.
The microcontroller technology allows the instrument to perform in software all measuring functions,
operator input-output, automatic controls and sequences necessary for the operation of weighing systems.
The unit incorporates internal diagnostics, which alarm hardware failures operational data corruption, and
programming errors. During entry all system and operational variables are validity checked with
appropriate error indication. During operation these values are continuously being checked. The type of
error is indicated on the display.
Administrative data maybe programmed to be included in the weighing dialogue.
Four programmable print formats are available selectable in set up, user programmed or default.
The standard software enables weighing ticket protocols to be processed utilising The weighing file stores
up to 250 mixed first weighing or fixed tare weights, date/time print serial no and 2 reference codes.
A piece count facility with selectable sample size is included in the standard software.
The unit may be connected to a printer to produce reports of weighing protocols and data files.
The protocols printed may also be transmitted to a host computer. Both printer and host interface can
be active at the same time.
OPTIONS
a.
2nd Analogue load cell input board (PCB 765).
b.
Analogue output 0/4 - 20mA or 0-10V, 16 bits resolution (PCB 761) remotely powered.
EXTENT OF SUPPLY
A.
The standard supply includes:
- The connection plugs for the load cell cable and peripherals.
- 230VAC to 9VDC/700mA, mains power adapter.
- This manual.
B.
Prior to unpacking the equipment, examine the carton for exterior shipping damage and if any notify
the carrier immediately. Remove the equipment from the carton and plastic bag.
Inspect extent of supply for any sign of damage. Save packaging material.
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2.1
INSTALLATION
Mounting
The mounting location must be such that the instrument is not subject to excessive vibrations, heat or humidity.
Avoid direct sunlight on the front of the instrument. The unit has to be installed at the right height to allow an
easy reading of the display and keyboard operation.
2.2
Wiring
Use load cell cable 6 x 0,5 mm2 shielded for the sensor. Use 3 x 0,34 mm2 shielded for RS232C connection
and 2x0,34 mm2 twisted pair and shielded for RS485 connection.
Table top
All connections to the instrument are made through the rear panel connectors. Strain reliefs are supplied with the
connectors. The shield should be connected to the metal frame of the connector.
Stainless steel
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2.3
Remove the rear panel and lift it carefully.
Insert cables via the cable glands. Strip and connect cables according to connector diagram in Annex A.
Connect the shields of the cables between the plastic part and metal case of cable glands or on screws
supporting the pcb’s.
Re-install the rear panel.
Power
The instrument is powered from external power supply (9-15VDC/500mA) or battery.
As the instrument is computer controlled it requires clean power for reliable operation.
Power supplied should come from a source that is isolated from other process equipment.
A mains adapter 9VDC/700mA is recommended for operation.
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Environmental And Electrical Considerations
AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE
:
Storage
-10 to +70 0C.
Operating -10 to +40 0C.
HUMIDITY
:
40 to 90% RH (non condensing).
VIBRATION
:
Severe vibration can affect the accuracy of weighing and damage
electric / electronic components.
AIR
:
The surrounding air should be dust free and not contain any corrosive
gasses or materials which could adversely affect the equipment.
PROTECTION
:
IP40 for table top or IP65 for stainless steel.
ELECTROMAGNETIC
FIELDS
:
Heavy electrical equipment should not be installed close to the weighing
equipment.
INCOMING AND
OUTGOING SIGNALS
:
Relays and contactors connected to the equipment must have reliable and
effective interference suppression. This also applies to other equipment
located within a distance of 3m from out equipment. Cabling must be
performed according to normal practice.
NOTES
:
-
WELDING on or in the vicinity of the equipment is strictly prohibited.
STATIC loads, caused by thunderstorms, have to be prevented from
developing by use of reliable lightning conductors.
ENSURE that the cooling of the equipment is not obstructed.
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FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION
3.1 WEIGHT AND OPERATOR DIALOGUE DISPLAY
-
-
When the indicator is in the STAND BY mode it displays the weight on the scale.
To enter the menu press z while the terminal is in the standby mode. To select menu items use the
arrow keys and press z or _ to activate the blinking item. To exit the menu or return to previous
menu press `.
During a weighing operation, process data, status and warnings or errors are dynamically displayed.
When the scale is not in motion a dot is displayed next to the M symbol.
When scale weight is within 1/4 of scale division a dot is displayed next to the ->0<- symbol.
When scale is in the net weight mode a dot is displayed next to the Net symbol.
If a 2nd analogue input is installed, characters “s1” , “s2” or “s0” appear at the right position of the LCD
display , indicating scale 1 or scale 2 or SUM (scale 1 + scale 2) weights respectively (2 scales
connected).
3.2 KEYBOARD DESCRIPTION
!
O
T
POWER ON-OFF
- Turns the unit on and initiates power on self-test.
- Turns the unit off. It must be kept depressed for 3 sec.
MANUAL ZERO
Resets the weight display to zero, provided that the scale is stable and the weight indicator is in gross
weight display mode. Zeroing range is limited to + 2% of scale capacity. The Zero value acquired with
this key will be in effect until a new zeroing operation or power down.
MANUAL TARE
Tares the scale. It operates if the indication is positive and stable. The indicated weight is stored in the
tare memory and the display is reset to zero. From then on the indication will show the difference
between the weight on the scale and the weight stored in the tare memory (net).
When the key is depressed for a second time it clears the Tare Memory, cancels net weight display mode
and returns to gross weight indication. The tare memory is lost in power down.
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TARE RECALL / MANUAL PRESET TARE
It operates in the weight display mode only. In Net mode it displays the tare value in use for a brief
period of time. In Gross mode it is used to enter a tare value directly from the keyboard.
The display shows P.TARE: 00000. Key in the desired tare and press “AE” to proceed or press “Esc”
to abort. When “AE” is pressed the tare keyed in will be automatically in effect and the weight display
will turn to Net mode. To be accepted the tare value must be within the weighing range.
The pre-set tare will be lost in power down.
PIECE COUNTING
Toggles between weight mode or piece counting mode.
PRINT WEIGHT
Initiates printouts. In stand by mode the indicated weight and date time will be printed.
SELECT SCALE
- When the 2nd analogue input is installed the key switches between scale 1 or scale 2 or SUM
(scale 1 + scale 2).
- The indicator may display the SUM of the two scales provided that the decimal point and display step
of the two scales are the same.
L
1st WEIGHING
Initiates the 1st weighing dialogue.
;
2nd WEIGHING
Initiates the 2nd weighing dialogue.
z ENTRY TO MENU
When the terminal is in the weight display mode pressing this key will enter the menu mode. While in
the menu the key may be used as “AE”.
d
e
g
f
CURSOR UP / PREVIOUS RECORD
CURSOR DOWN / NEXT RECORD
When the terminal is in the STAND BY mode, keys d, e are used for LCD backlight adjustment.
CURSOR LEFT / NEXT FIELD DOWN
CURSOR RIGHT / NEXT FIELD UP
` ESCAPE / ABORT
The key is used to exit from data input-output routines or to abort an operation.
C
_
0-9
CLEAR ENTRY
Deletes / clears displayed data during data entry routines.
File data is not affected unless an “AE” is pressed after “CE”.
ACCEPT ENTRY
Accepts displayed data and proceeds to next step when pressed during data entry and / or activates
the blinking item in menu mode.
NUMERIC KEYS
To enter alphanumeric characters, press the key repeatedly until the desired character is selected.
When key is not pressed the displayed character is entered and cursor moves to the next position.
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MENU STRUCTURE
System operator interface is based on a structured menu system, realised on the front panel display.
Access to menu system items may be subjected to password entry (if activated), in order to avoid accidental
data changes. To select menu items use the d or e arrow keys and press z or _ to activate the
displayed item. To enter the menu press z while in weight display mode. To exit the menu press `.
The contents of the menu system is listed below:
WEIGH
- PCS CNT
- SETP
- COPY
- ALIBI
Piece count.
Setpoint inspect / modify.
Copy last weighing ticket.
(VIEW, PRINT, CSUM) Alibi memory.
VFILE
- PRINT
- EDIT TARE
- CSUM
- DEL
- SIZE
(TARE, FIRST, ALL, SELECT) submenu.
Edit tare weighing memory.
File verification.
(TARE, FIRST, ALL, SELECT) submenu delete.
File information of occupied and available records.
TFILE
- STOT
- TOTAL
Subtotal of net weights. Press P to print, C to reset.
Total of net weights. Press P to print, C to reset.
MISC
- INFO
- 1OIML
- 2OIML
- BATTERY
- HIGH RES.
Indicator model and serial number.
Display Audit Trail Counter, W&M Seal status channel 1.
Display Audit Trail Counter, W&M Seal status channel 2.
Display remaining battery capacity (% of max capacity).
Increases the weight display resolution 10 times.
SYSTEM
- DATE
- PIN
Edit date - time and serial print number ( User password protected).
(PIN SYS, PIN OPER) Software lock handling (Personal Identification
Number).
Weighing process parameters inspect/ modify.
PAR, ZERO, SPAN, INIT, WRITE calibration menu for input 1.
PAR, ZERO, SPAN, INIT, WRITE calibration menu for input 2.
0-20mA,0-10V analogue output calibration.
Operational setup submenus.
Hardware and software service aids.
- PRP
- 1CAL
- 2CAL
- D/A CAL
- SET
- TEST
SYSTEM OPERATIONS MAY BE USER (PIN OPER) OR SERVICE (PIN SYS) PASSWORD
PROTECTED. PASSWORDS ARE ACTIVATED FROM SYSTEM/ PIN MENU.
PAR & 1CAL,2CAL MENUS ARE HARDWARE PROTECTED BY CALIBRATION SEAL.
DELETE OPERATIONS ARE USER PASSWORD PROTECTED.
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WEIGHING OPERATIONS (WEIGHBRIDGE)
This section contains information on operating procedures for the LD 5218 controller, equipped with software for
weighbridge application.
The weighing operations are performed via weighing dialogues that involve identification of the weighing,
administrative data related to the weighing, and printing of the weighing protocol. The terminal’s software is
based on a “First” and “Second” weighing principle. Known vehicles with a fixed tare weight for which there is a
need for second weighing only maybe programmed in the system via the VFILE menu.
For a weight transfer to occur from the scale to memory or printer the terminal checks that the no-motion
condition is satisfied. If it takes too long the terminal will ask whether to retry or abort.
If enabled in set-up the terminal may check that the weight on the scale is greater than the minimum weighing
capacity of the indicator.
4.1
FIRST WEIGHING
When a vehicle enters the weighbridge for the first time it undergoes a First Weighing, where by the vehicle id,
product or customer related data relevant to the weighing are typed in the terminal.
The first weighing dialogue maybe initiated by pressing key L when the terminal is in the standby mode.
1.
Wait until no-motion indicator is on, then press L key.
2.
The displays shows “VEHICLE:” briefly, and the cursor blinks. Enter the vehicle plate number
(max 16 alphanumeric characters).
3.
The displays shows “CLIENT:” briefly, and the cursor blinks. Enter the relevant data
(max 16 alphanumeric characters).
4.
The displays shows “PRODUCT:” briefly, and the cursor blinks. Enter the relevant data
(max 16 alphanumeric characters).
5.
Proceed with entry of reference codes if any.
6.
When all entries are completed a first weighing record is constructed including the weight and is stored
in the vehicle file. A weighing ticket may optionally be printed, and/or the record may be transmitted to
a host computer. An example of the default ticket is shown below:
DATE:16-05-00 15:46 N:00125
1st WEIGHT :<15000>kg
VEHICLE : AB1234
CLIENT
: SMITH
PRODUCT : SAND BB
MF:054
The weight value appearing in brackets is the actual measured weight.
MF is the key to the memory location where the weight is stored and can be used to retrieve the first weight
during a second weighing. Display returns to weight indication.
NOTE : 1.
2.
While printing of weighing ticket the message “PRINT” appears on the display.
If “E 20:PRN NOT RDY” is displayed check that the printer is ON-LINE.
Pressing CE the message “RETRY? AE=Y CE=N” is displayed.
Press Z key to retry or C to abort.
If more reference codes have been programmed they will be printed below PRODUCT.
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Errors relevant to 1st weighing
E40:OUT OF MEM. W
Weighing memory full
E41:INVALID I.D.
Invalid or no ID entry
E42:V/CLE IN W.F.
A first weighing has already
been made for this vehicle
E43:SCALE TARED
Scale is tared
E44:NEG. WEIGHT
Negative weight
E45:SCALE MOT.
Scale in motion
Clear some unused space and repeat operation.
Enter 1st weighing data.
Retry entry or carry out a 2nd weighing or
delete the 1st weighing from memory.
Turn to gross and repeat operation.
Check scale, repeat operation.
Wait for the scale to stabilise and repeat
operation.
Press C to acknowledge errors.
4.2
SECOND WEIGHING
When a vehicle returns to the weighbridge it is completely weighed with the second weighing procedure.
Data entries are completed and the net weight is calculated. Normally the first weighing is recalled from the
vehicle file. In cases where the vehicle is unknown to the terminal a first weighing must be entered from the
keyboard to enable net weight calculation. The second weighing dialogue is always terminated by the printout of
the weighing protocol, which may also be transmitted to a host computer if enabled in set-up.
The net weight may also be totalised in a total and subtotal register.
The second weighing dialogue maybe initiated by pressing key ; when the terminal is in the standby mode.
1.
Wait until no-motion indication is on, then press ;
key .
2.
Display shows “VEHICLE:” briefly, and the cursor blinks. The vehicle’s first weighing (MF) or fixed
tare (MT) may be retrieved from the vehicle file with either two ways:
A.
Key in the digits of the memory key (MF or MT) followed by L or
B.
Key in the vehicle plate number followed by Z. If it is in the weighing memory the first
weighing is recalled and the program proceeds to step 4.
3.
Display shows P.TARE : 000000. The operator is asked to enter the preset tare of the vehicle to be used
as first weighing.
4.
The displays shows “CLIENT:” . Accept the retrieved data or enter new.
5.
The displays shows “PRODUCT:”. Accept the retrieved data or enter new.
6.
Proceed with entry of reference codes if any.
7.
Weight ticket is printed. An example of the 2nd weighing default ticket is shown below:
DATE:16-05-00 16:00 N:00126
1st WEIGHT :15000 kg 16-05-00 15:46
2nd WEIGHT :<32000>kg 16-05-00
NET WEIGHT: 17000 kg
VEHICLE : AB1234
CLIENT
: SMITH
PRODUCT : SAND BB
MF:054
The weight value appearing in brackets is the actual measured weight. Display returns to weight indication.
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NOTE : 1.
2.
3.
While printing of weighing ticket the message “PRINT” appears on the display.
If “E 20:PRN NOT RDY” is displayed check that the printer is ON-LINE.
Pressing CE the message “RETRY? AE=Y CE=N” is displayed.
Press Z key to retry or C to abort.
If more reference codes have been programmed they will be printed below PRODUCT.
If the totalising memory is enabled the net weight will be added to the totalisers. They may be
viewed, printed or reset via TFILE submenu (enabled by setting TOTALISING M : YES ).
Errors relevant to 2nd weighing
E41:INVALID I.D.
E43:SCALE TARED
E44:NEG. WEIGHT
E45:SCALE MOT.
Invalid or no ID entry
Scale is tared
Negative weight
Scale in motion
Enter 1st weighing data.
Turn to gross and repeat operation.
Check scale, repeat operation.
Wait for the scale to stabilise and repeat
operation.
Press C to acknowledge errors.
4.3
PIECE COUNTING
Press key & or select the WEIGH \ PCS CNT submenu. Display shows the number of pieces on the scale
calculated using the average piece weight already stored in memory. The piece count symbol is illuminated.
Press > to tare the scale
or
press S to enter a manual tare
or
press ( to print weight and pieces.
PIECE COUNT USING SAMPLE
Press key L while in piece count.
Display shows PIECES XX. Add the sample on the scale, key in the sample size and press “AE”.
PIECE COUNT USING AVERAGE PIECE WEIGHT
Press key ; while in piece count.
Display shows APW XXXXX. Key in the average piece weight and press “AE”.
4.4
EDIT SETPOINTS
Selected via the WEIGH \ SETP submenu.
Display shows SETP 1: XXXXXX the existing setpoint value. Key in the desired value and press “AE”.
Display shows SETP 2: XXXXXX the existing setpoint value. Key in the desired value and press “AE”.
The setpoints are saved in EEPROM. Program returns to main menu.
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COPY WEIGHING TICKET
Selected via the WEIGH \ COPY submenu.
A reprint of the previous ticket is produced if no other action has taken place in the meantime.
4.6
ALIBI MEMORY
The purpose of the Alibi memory is to produce an accurate non modifiable record of each weight transmission
to a host computer so that the weight may be printed via the computer.
Alibi operation are selected via the WEIGH \ ALIBI submenu and contains 3 options :
VIEW
The display shows SERIAL NUM: 1 2 3 4 where 1234 is the serial number of the last record.
Key in the 4 digit serial number desired and press Z .The display shows the weight of this record
(N:1234 12.3456kg). Only gross weights are stored. Press de to view previous / next memory locations.
Press P to print the serial number displayed plus the next nine locations.
PRINT
Automatically prints a list of the contents of the Alibi memory. The printer must be capable of printing on 80
columns paper compressed mode.
Empty locations are printed - - - - - - .
Corrupted locations are printed * * * * * * .
The program exits when the printout is completed or ` pressed.
CSUM
A checksum is performed on each Alibi memory record. If an error is found “E57:ALIBI CSUM” is displayed.
Press ` to exit. If all is OK, PASS is displayed briefly.
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VEHICLE FILE OPERATIONS (VFILE)
The vehicle file stores the first weighings as well as fixed tare weighings of known vehicles.
It has a capacity of 250 records shared between first and fixed tare weighings in any analogy.
Each record consists of the following fields:
MEM
Status and number of memory location.
(MF: first weighing, MT: fixed tare, M@ : free location.
CODE 0
Max 16 characters, the vehicle description (e.g. vehicle plate).
Weight
First weighing or Preset tare of the vehicle.
CODE 1
Max 16 characters, description 1 (default: PRODUCT).
CODE 2
Max 16 characters, description 2 (default: CLIENT).
Date / time
Date / time of the weighing .
N.W.
Serial number of the weighing.
Vehicle file operations are performed via the VFILE menu, which contains 5 options :
PRINT
EDIT TARE CSUM DEL SIZE
PRINT SUBMENU
Allows the printing of the vehicle file contents.
Select TARE to print all fixed tare weighings.
Select FIRST to print all first weighings.
Select ALL to print all records of the file.
Select SELECT and key in the memory location (MF or MT) and “AE” to print the displayed record.
The program exits when the printout is completed or ` pressed.
EDIT TARE OPERATION
Allows preprogramming of known vehicles with fixed tare weight.
To edit a new record, key in the vehicle description (e.g. vehicle plate).
Then the fixed tare of the vehicle and data are linked to the weighing. By default the displayed weight will be
transferred to the preset tare field. Proceed with relative descriptions (e.g. client, product).
If the code is already in the memory the display shows “E42: V/CLE IN W.F.”
It is not possible to correct a record. It should be first deleted via the VFILE \ DELETE \ SELECT submenu
using the memory location (MT) of the record.
CHECKSUM VEHICLE FILE
It performs a checksum on the vehicle file memory to verify that the memory is intact.
Display shows ‘ WAIT….’.
If the memory is correct CHECKSUM OK is displayed briefly.
If the memory is not correct
E77 : WM CHECKSUM is displayed.
Press ` to acknowledge the error. The display will prompt you to correct the file or not. Press Z to correct
or C to leave it as it is.
The file should be printed first to see whether the stored data is correct. If the data seems incorrect the whole file
should be deleted.
DELETE SUBMENU
The utility allows the user to delete vehicle file entries.
The display shows PIN OPER : ................... Enter the user password to proceed or press “Esc” to exit.
Select TARE to delete all fixed tare weighings.
Select FIRST to delete all first weighings.
Select ALL to delete the entire file.
Select SELECT to delete specific vehicle’s weighing.
Before deleting, the terminal will remind the operator of the delete memory operation.
If an operator Personal Identification Number has not been activated the PIN OPER: .. step is bypassed.
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SIZE
It displays relevant file information.
USED: xxx refers to the number of records of this file.
FREE: xxx refers to the total remaining number of records.
Press any key to return to the menu.
6
TOTALISERS (TFILE)
Contains the sum of the Net weights obtained in the 2nd weighing dialogue.
It is selected via the TFILE submenu and contains 2 totalisers.
- STOT
Subtotal of net weights. Press P to print, C to reset.
- TOTAL
Total of net weights. Press P to print, C to reset.
Press ` to exit.
7
MISCELLANEOUS (MISC)
Contains information for Weights & Measures Authorities or Service personnel.
- INFO
: Displays the model and serial number of the indicator.
- 1OIML
: Verification of calibration data for scale 1. The display shows ‘SEALED’ briefly if “CAL
LOCK” jumper is inserted. Then the display shows A.T. CNT xxxxxx. A.T.CNT (Audit
Trail Counter) is provided for Weights & Measures Authorities to check if any calibration
attempt has been made since the last inspection. The A.T.CNT (6 digits) is incremented when
a weight parameter is changed, or a scale calibration is attempted, regardless if the changes
are saved in EEPROM or not.
Press _ . Display shows 1CAL/SETUP: xx.yy where xx the checksum of calibration
parameters and yy the checksum of SETUP parameters.
- 2OIML
: Verification of calibration data for scale 2 (if installed). Identical with 1OIML submenu.
- BATTERY : The battery charge will be displayed as a percentage of the remaining capacity (battery models
only).
- HIGH RES. : The weight display accuracy will be increased 10 times. While in high resolution mode the
display will flash and printing is inhibited.
The display accuracy will return to normal resolution when the ` is pressed.
8
SYSTEM OPERATIONS
Calibration of the scale, hardware and software configuration and settings of the A/D converters is done
through the SYSTEM submenu. Access to system menu items may be subject to password entry.
8.1 DATE-TIME-SERIAL PRINT NUMBER EDIT (DATE)
This is performed in the SYSTEM \ DATE menu.
The display shows PASSWORD:................. in the SYSTEM menu if password is activated.
Key in the user or the service password to proceed. Select DATE submenu.
Key in the new date, time and print serial number.
If a field should not be changed then just press “AE” to go to the next field.
The default date format is Day - Month - Year. The time format is Hours: Minutes: Seconds.
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8.2 PIN - PASSWORD PROTECTION SYSTEM (PIN)
To safeguard against accidental system parameter alteration and/or operational data erasure, a two level
password system has been implemented.
A system password (PIN SYS) that allows entry to all protected operations (SYSTEM submenu) and a user
password that allows delete and date edit operations.
LD 5218 units are shipped with both password not active i.e. 000000. Once initialised, the password will be
required before entry to protected operations is permitted.
To activate / change the passwords use the menu SYSTEM \ PIN. Select PIN SYS for the service password, or
PIN OPER for the user password. The PIN SYS is of higher order and must be activated before the
OPERATOR PIN.
PASSWORD CHANGE / INITIALISATION
The display shows NEW CODE :
. Key in the new password followed by “AE”.
The display shows CONFIRM :
. Key in the same password followed by “AE”.
The new pin is stored and the display shows PASS briefly.
If the two entries are not the same, FAIL is displayed briefly and the program returns with the old pin remaining
in memory.
The password is saved and activated.
PASSWORD DEACTIVATION
Entering zero’s will deactivate the password.
The display shows NEW CODE :
_ . Press 000000 followed by “AE”.
The display shows CONFIRM :
_ . Press 000000 followed by “AE”.
WARNING:
Make sure you do not loose the code entered. If the code is lost the unit must be returned to the factory
to initialise the passwords and a fee will be charged.
8.3 PROCESS PARAMETERS (PRP)
These are operational and process parameters that allow configuration of the terminal in the working process
environment. Press d e to scroll trough the parameters.
S.EMPTY :
5.0kg
Enter the weight that may remain on the scale and still be considered empty.
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8.4
TEST UTILITIES (TEST)
Contains software utilities to assist service personnel in pinpointing hardware / software failures.
The tests may be activated from the SYSTEM \ TEST submenu. A short description of the available functions
follows below. It is assumed however that service personnel are familiar with microprocessor controlled weighing
electronics.
If password is activated, PIN SYS is required to enter the test menu.
Use the d or e arrow keys to select the test item and press Z.
A/D
:
Displays the analog to digital converter internal counts. Press ` to exit.
CVM
:
The actual mV/V output of the scale sensors is displayed. To act as a mV/V meter the unit
loads default calibration data. The decimal point is not displayed.
Axxxxx corresponds to scale 1, Bxxxxx to scale 2 . Press ` to end. The unit restarts.
D/A
:
Key in a value from 0-65535 corresponding to 0-24mA or 0-10V. Press ` to end.
I/O
:
The display shows (INP:0 OUT:00) the state of the system inputs or outputs represented by 0 or
1. Press 1 or 2 to toggle outputs 1 or 2 respectively. Press ` to exit.
KBD
:
Display blanks. When a key is pressed the corresponding two digit – code appears on 2
rightmost digits of display. Press ` to exit.
LCD
:
Displays the character set in sequence.
MEM :
Memory test submenu.
A validity check is performed on system ROM and RAM.
Err 01 will be displayed if ROM data is corrupted.
Err 02 will be displayed if RAM data is corrupted.
If all memory is OK the display returns to MEM mode.
PORT :
Any character received by COM 1 will be echoed and displayed in ASCII HEX at Rx1--.
Any character received by COM 2 will be echoed and displayed in ASCII HEX at Rx2--.
Note: Set ERROR CTRL=NO at SYSTEM\SET\1COM submenu to perform this test with a PC.
SUBMENUS 1CAL, 2CAL, D/A CAL, SET ARE DESCRIBED IN “LD5218 TECHNICAL MANUAL”.
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COMMUNICATION PORTS
The instrument is equipped with two communication channels, for connection to serial peripheral devices such as
printers, remote displays, host computers.
9.1 SERIAL COMMUNICATION PORT 1. (RS232C)
TYPE
PROTOCOL
HANDSHAKE
CONNECTION
OPERATION
Asynchronous serial ASCII, full duplex.
2400 baud, 1 start, 7 data/even parity or 8 data/no parity
(set up selectable), 1 stop bit.
DTR BUSY per character for fanfold printers or REQUEST
PAPER END STATUS for EPSON TM-295 slip printer.
DB9 male on rear panel. (J1).
Tx
= Pin 3
Rx/DTR = Pin 2
GND
= Pin 5
SHIELD = Metal case of D-Type connector
Cable: 3 conductor shielded max distance 15m.
Software operation and printer interface of serial port 1 is selectable in
SYSTEM \ SET \ 1COM, and maybe one of the following modes:
- TICK 3. Printer mode.
Prints the 1st weighing, 2nd weighing and simple weighing protocols.
The printer driver and error control maybe selected in
SYSTEM \ SET \ 1COM \ PRN TYPE and maybe one of EP-FX
(Epson Fx mode) or TM-295 (Epson TM295 slip printer).
- W.OUT. Continuous weight output mode. The weight is being transmitted continuously.
The data format is defined in § 9.2.1.
- ALIBI.
Demand mode .
When a demand character is received the unit saves the weight in its Alibi flash and
then transmits the Alibi number and the weight.
i.e. 1234 _ 012340kg G CR LF
The demand character may be programmed in
SYSTEM \ SET \ 1COM \ ADDRESS:ALIBI.A where A (41h) will generate and
transmit a new Alibi number and a(61h) will repeat the last Alibi number (in case
the message was not received properly).
- NONE. The port is inactive.
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9.2 SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS PORT 2 (RS485)
TYPE
PROTOCOL
CONNECTION
Asynchronous serial ASCII, half duplex.
2400 to 57600 baud, 1 start, 7 or 8 data, 1 Even parity, 1 stop bit.
DB9 female on rear panel. (J3).
A
= Pin 6
B
= Pin 7
SHIELD = Metal case of D-Type connector
A termination resistor 120R may be connected by shorting pins 8 and 9.
Cable: 2 conductor twisted pair and shielded max distance 1000m.
OPERATION
- W.OUT.
- M/S A.
- EDP.
- R. PRN.
Software operation of the port is selectable in SYSTEM \ SET \ 2COM menu.
(continuous weight output ).
MASTER / SLAVE protocol (A = network address).
Protocol output.
Remote printer.
9.2.1 WEIGHT OUTPUT
A data block is output continuously from Tx terminals containing weight and status information.
The output may be programmed in SYSTEM \ SET\ 1COM or 2COM to be directed to any of serial ports 1 or 2 .
It is possible to output simultaneously to both ports.
DATA BLOCK COMPOSITION
STATUS, POLARITY, WEIGHT, SYNC (P+123.45CR)
BYTE
NAME
1
WEIGHT
STATUS
2
3-8
POLARITY
WEIGHT
DIGITS
SYNC
9
DESCRIPTION
Bit0
0=NORMAL
1=NO WEIGHT DISPLAY
Bit1
0=GROSS
1=NET
Bit2
0=
1=AUTO ZERO
Bit3
0=WITHIN RANGE 1=OUT OF RANGE
Bit4
0=NO STANDSTILL 1=STANDSTILL
Bit5
0=NORMAL
1=UNDER MIN. WEIGHING RANGE
Bit6
ALWAYS 1 TO OBTAIN PRINTABLE CHARACTERS
Bit7
ZERO OR PARITY
"+" OR "-"
6 DIGITS DEPENDING ON LD5218 SET UP
INCLUDING DECIMAL POINT IF ANY
CR (0d hex) FOR SYNCHRONISATION
9.2.2 REMOTE PRINTER MODE (R. PRN)
Transmits the data printed on the local printer to a remote printer. No handshake is required.
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9.2.3 EDP PROTOCOL OUTPUT (EDP)
This mode is used to transmit the data printed to a host computer. Transmission will begin after completion of
printing. ACK / NAK handshake or no handshake may be used.
The host must reply with ACK (06 h) if it received the data correctly or NAK (15 h) to enable retransmissions.
DATA BLOCK COMPOSITION
:
STX
DATA
ETX
BCC
HANDSHAKE
:
ENQ (05 h) from host within 5 sec of protocol initialisation.
ACK (06 h) from host within 5 sec after the end of transmission
or NAK (15 h) from host within 5 sec after the end of transmission
to enable retransmissions of the block. The number of repeats
is unlimited.
ERRORS
:
Err 30
Err 33
= (02 h) = start of text character.
= Printable ASCII data identical to the data printed.
= (03 h) = End of text character.
= Block check character.(XORSUM of all data
characters STX, ETX inclusive).
:
:
Host not ready
Host not Acknowledge
Refer to Error chapter for details on error response.
SETUP REQUIREMENTS
:
2COM = EDP
ERROR CTRL
PROTO A/N
DIS. PROTO
HOST ENQ.
ERROR CTRL
:
PROTO A/N
:
DIS. PROTO
:
HOST ENQ.
:
No / Yes
No / Yes
No / Yes
No / Yes
The LD5218 checks the on line status of the interface and
reports an error if failure is detected.
The LD5218 will check for reception of ACK / NAK character
after transmission.
The operator will be prompted to disable further transmission(s) if an
error occurs, if DIS. PROTO = YES. Transmission will be enabled
again after a power on reset.
If DIS. PROTO = NO only the current transmission will be aborted.
The LD5218 waits for ENQ (05h) character before it begins
transmission.
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BCC
ETX
DATA
STX
1
TRANSMITTER
RECEIVER HOST
COMPUTER
2
ACK
EXAMPLE : CORRECT TRANSMISSION TO HOST
BCC
ETX
DATA.
1
1
STX
NAK
2
TRANSMITTER
BCC
ETX
DATA.
1
RECEIVER
HOST
STX
3
NAK
4
EXAMPLE : REPEATED TRANSMISSION TO HOST
ENQ
1
TRANSMITTER
2
BCC
ETX
DATA.
1
RECEIVER HOST
STX
ACK
3
EXAMPLE : CORRECT TRANSMISSION TO HOST WITH ENQUIRY CONTROL
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9.2.4 MASTER / SLAVE NETWORK
A number of LD 5218 units maybe connected as slaves in a network. The master controlling the network maybe
a Personal computer with RS485 adapter.
In this manner all units may have access to weighing data in the Master's memory or storage device.
When connected in network the following modes of operation maybe selected according to setup,
SYSTEM \ SET \ 2COM.
SET UP
PARAMETER
SLAVE
SLAVE WITH
LOCAL
WEIGHING
MEMORY
SLAVE WITH REMOTE
WEIGHING MEMORY
SLAVE WITH LOCAL
& REMOTE
WEIGHING MEMORY
(65-89)
A-Y
(65-89)
A-Y
(65-89)
A-Y
(65-89)
A-Y
ERROR CTRL
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
RETRY
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES
YES/NO
DIS. PROTO
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES
YES/NO
X/MIT RESULT
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
TYPE
/
ADDRESS
SLAVE
REFER TO “LEON ENGINEERING SERIAL INTERFACE PROTOCOL” (LESIP) FOR DETAILS OF
HARDWARE CONNECTION, FILE TYPES AND NETWORK OPERATION.
SLAVE
Returns status and weighing results.
Address of slave (A - Y) for MASTER / SLAVE protocol.
Error control on communication sessions.
Operator response to communication errors (Retry or Abort).
ACK / NAK handshake is mandatory during file transfer except for keyboard commands.
Setup parameters not mentioned above should be set to NO.
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ERRORS
If an error occurs during operation, it will be displayed in the form Err xx , where xx is the Error code followed
by a brief mnemonic.
Press ` or C momentarily to acknowledge the error and proceed as indicated in the error operator
response.
Errors may occur during set up, programming, power up and during operation. All errors are being displayed
until acknowledged. In case of critical errors operation is halted and all outputs disabled.
The errors are subdivided as follows :
10.1 ERRORS DUE TO HARDWARE
ERROR DISPLAY
E01: ROM
E02: RAM
E04: EEPROM
E05: SC-A/D s1
s2
E06: LOW VOLT.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SYSTEM ROM : Faulty ROM chip
DATA RAM : Faulty FLASH RAM
CALIBRATION
DATA
:
Faulty
EEPROM
SCALE EXTREMELY OUT OF RANGE
LOW INPUT VOLTAGE
ACTION TO BE TAKEN
Contact service.
Contact service.
Contact service.
Check scale, cable, connectors, LC
excitation, A/D converter. Contact
service.
Check power supplied to the
instrument
10.2 OPERATIONAL DATA ERRORS
ERROR DISPLAY
E15: PWRUP ZERO
E16: W DATE TIME
POSSIBLE CAUSE
System has been initialised due to power
failure or soft reset.
Not initialised or backup battery failure.
ACTION TO BE TAKEN
Zero scale.
Enter new date – time, replace
battery.
10.3 PRINTER - PROTOCOL ERRORS
ERROR DISPLAY
E20 :PRN NOT RDY
E26:NO PAPER
E30:HOST NOT
RDY
E33:HOST NOT
ACK
POSSIBLE CAUSE
PRINTER IS NOT ON-LINE.
Either not connected or out of paper or
failed.
No paper for EPSON TM295 printer.
HOST NOT ON-LINE. Computer not
connected or communication link failed.
Host
not Acknowledge. No correct
response has been received from host
computer.
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ACTION TO BE TAKEN
Check printer, cables.
Supply with paper.
Check computer, cables. Retry.
The same action as with E30.
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10.4 WEIGHING-PIECE COUNT-ALIBI MEMORY ERRORS
ERROR DISPLAY
E40:OUT OF MEM. W
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Weighing memory full.
E41:INVALID I.D.
No entry of data during 1st
weighing.
A first weighing has already been
made for this vehicle.
E42:V/CLE IN W.F.
E43:SCALE TARED
E44:NEG. WEIGHT
E45:SCALE MOT.
E47:OUT OF LIMIT
E50:SAMPLE CNT
E51:SAMPLE WEIGH
E55:ALIBI FULL
E56:NO ALIBI
1st or 2nd weighing can not be
performed if the scale has been
tarred.
Negative weights can not be printed.
Non stable weights can not be
processed.
Weight is out of limits.
Small sample count.
Small sample weight.
Alibi memory full.
E57:ALIBI CSUM
No Alibi memory in NET mode
(only gross).
Alibi memory corrupted.
E67:TM CHECKSUM
Corrupted totaliser.
E69:TM OVERFLOW
TOTALISER OVERFLOW.
Because totalisers have not been
cleared for long time.
E77:WM CHECKSUM
Corrupted weighing memory.
ACTION TO BE TAKEN
Delete unused records or CSUM
vehicle file.
Enter 1st weighing data.
Retry entry or carry out a 2nd
weighing or delete the 1st weighing
from memory.
GROSS must be activated.
Retry or abort.
Wait until no motion indication is
on, retry.
Retry.
Retry.
Retry.
Acknowledge the error. The unique
identification number will reset to
0000.
Printout aborted.
The Alibi memory can not be cleared
but next records will be corrected.
Clear totalising memory.
(TFIlE submenu)
Print / clear totaliser. Overflow is not
critical, but remember that 1 total
capacity must be added to the
indication, each time an overflow
occurs.
Use DELETE menu in the VFILE to
clear weighing memory.
To exit from error display press ` or C.
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MAINTENANCE
The unit does not require any routine maintenance. It may be necessary to perform periodic checks of the
calibration of the scale due to mechanical reasons. The frequency of the calibration checks depends on the
application condition and on the required measuring accuracy. It may happen that, in exceptional conditions, the
unit locks on a wrong memory location and it is not possible to restart because the keyboard is not operative.
To restart is necessary to switch the power OFF then ON again.
11.1 SERVICE
-
There are no serviceable parts. The unit must be serviced by trained personnel only. The user may check
loadcell connection and power supply.
-
LOAD CELLS
Load cells are reliable and very rarely present errors. Check input and output resistance, and resistance
between any terminal and shield. Check Load cell connection and cable.
-
POWER SUPPLY
Check 9-15VDC power supply & resettable fuse F4 on PCB 801.
-
SETPOINT OUTPUTS
Check 24VDC power supply & resettable fuse F3 on PCB 801.
LEON ENGINEERING maintains a fully trained staff of field service engineers who provide:
Technical assistance by telephone.
Application assistance on-site or by telephone.
Trouble shooting on-site.
Warranty (replacement) or spare parts assistance.
Training on-site or at out service centre.
Equipment updates to our latest configuration.
Our engineers will check repair, mechanical, electrical, electronic, wiring and calibration errors.
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APPENDIX A
INSTALLATION SET UP & CALIBRATION RECORD
Service code (PIN SYS) :…………………….
User code (PIN OPER):…………………….
2ND SCALE
DISP.
DIGITS
DEC. POINT
SCALE
DIV
AC EXC
ZERO
RANGE
DUAL
RANGE
DIG.
FILTER
WEIGH.
RANGE
CONV.
RATE
MOTION
SAMPLES
DUAL
FILTER
AUTO Z INIT ZERO
TRACK
A/D AUTO
CONV
BATTERY
LEAD Z
BLANK
1CAL
S1+S2 ENABLE
2CAL
A/D GAIN
PR BELOW CAL MODE
MIN
1CAL
2CAL
CALIBRATION
DEAD LOAD S1
CP =
TOTALISING
M
WEIGHIN
G MEM
REFR
CODE
SPAN S1
CM =
CODE
MEM
WAIT
UNLOAD
SPAN S2
CM =
DEAD LOAD S2
CP =
ST
1 W PRINT
USER
FORMS
KEY IN
TIME
BRIGHTNESS
DATE FORMA
AUTO PWR
OFF
SET\
OPER
PARITY/
DATA
OPERATION
PRN TYPE
ERROR
CONTROL
SET\
1COM
BAUD RATE
PARITY/
DATA
OPERATION
M/S A-Y
ERROR
CTRL
EDP
RETRY
DIS. PROTO
X-MIT
RESULT
KBD
COM/DS
ERROR
CTRL
PROTO A/N DIS. PROTO
HOST
ENQ.
SET\
2COM
REFERENCE CODES (REFR) CODE 0:…………………….
CODE 2:…………………….
CODE 3:…………………….
CODE 1:…………………….
CODE 4:…………………….
TILT DELAY (TILT): ……………………
SETPOINTS (SETP):
CALIBRATION
SCALE
ERROR
SETP GROSS:………………
OUTPUT
MODE
CURRENT
RESOLUT.
SETP NC:……………………
OPERATION
D/A
CAL
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GUARANTEE CERTIFICATE
We guarantee the proper operation and either cover free restoration of any probable malfunction of
the electronic indicator at our premises or replace of the electronic indicator (according to our
company's judgement) for the period of __ months from the delivery day of the scale, provided
that:
1.
The damage did not occur from the buyer's fault or from not following the instructions.
2.
No intervention of non-authorised by LEON ENGINEERING S.A. personnel has taken
place for checking or repairing the equipment.
3.
The WARRANTY RETURN CARD has been returned to LEON ENGINEERING.
In case of fault the unit should be returned to LEON ENGINEERING at the buyer's expenses.
EQUIPMENT MODEL:
LD 5218
SERIAL NUMBER:
.................
Warranty Return Card
Please complete and return this card to LEON ENGINEERING S.A. in order to have your new
Indicator registered for warranty. Please keep Guarantee Certificate for your records.
Model
Serial Number
Date Received
Dealer from which this scale was purchased ?
P.O. Number
Individual responsible for this purchase
Your Company's Name
Address
State
Postal Code
City
Telephone
Fax
Where did you hear of LEON ENGINEERING's products?
Local Dealer
Magazine Add
Direct Mail
Exhibition
Country
Other
How many additional scales of this type will you require ?
Will you be purchasing any of the below in
Weighbridges
Platform Scales
Batching systems
Weighing machines
Computer based weighing systems
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