BI920 BAGGAGE INDICATOR - Avery Weigh

BI920 BAGGAGE INDICATOR - Avery Weigh
BI920
BAGGAGE INDICATOR
USER MANUAL
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P/N AWT35-500330
Copyright
© 2008 by ATRAX Group NZ Limited
PO Box 11087, Ellerslie, Auckland, New Zealand.
All rights reserved. ATRAX Group NZ Limited retains full copyright of this work.
Reproduction or use of editorial or pictorial content in any manner is prohibited without written
permission of the author.
UNITED STATES
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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DECLARATION OF
CONFORMITY
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We: Atrax Group NZ Ltd. 390a Church St, Penrose, Auckland. NEW ZEALAND
Declare under our sole responsibility that the product;
Type of Equipment: Non-automatic weight indicator
Model Number: BI920 Baggage Indicator
To which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standards of
the following EEC directive:
Non-Automatic Weighing Instruments
90/384/EEC
EMC Directive
2004/108/EC
Low Voltage Directive
EN 60950/2000
The applicable harmonized standards
EN55024, 1998 A1+A2
EN55022. 2006 Class B
This declaration is only valid if the non-automatic weighing instrument was
verified by the manufacturer or with a certificate by a notified body.
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above
conforms to the directives and standards as specified.
Signature
Date. 18/4/2008
Ian Walton
Vice President
WARRANTY STATEMENT
Avery Weigh-Tronix will repair or replace this equipment free-of-charge
if a malfunction occurs under normal use for a period of 12 months from
installation due to a manufacturing fault.
However the warranty is rendered void under any or all of the following
conditions:
1)
The fault is due to miss-operation, misuse, or unauthorized modification
or repair of the equipment by the customer.
2)
The fault is due to improper or insufficient maintenance by the customer.
3)
The fault is due to natural disaster including fire, flooding and earthquake
etc.
4)
The fault is due to use of a non-specified power supply or in a nonspecified location.
Avery Weigh-Tronix will not accept liability for equipment faults due to
unforeseen and unusual circumstances, nor for faults due to mishandling
by the customer.
AWTX BI920
BAGGAGE INDICATOR
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: OPERATOR GUIDE
1
The Operator Display Panel ...........................................................................2
Operating the Scale .......................................................................................3
Adding and Subtracting Bag Weights ..........................................................4
Screen Messages .............................................................................................6
CHAPTER 2: MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
7
Introduction....................................................................................................8
Three Month Maintenance Tasks ..................................................................9
Twelve Month Maintenance Tasks ..............................................................12
Troubleshooting ...........................................................................................13
BI920 BAGGAGE INDICATOR • OPERATOR GUIDE
OPERATOR GUIDE
CHAPTER 1
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BI920 BAGGAGE INDICATOR • OPERATOR GUIDE
THE OPERATOR DISPLAY PANEL
TOTAL WEIGHT
OF BAGS
This shows the
total weight
of all the bags
weighed so
far.
WEIGHT OF THIS BAG
This gives the
weight of the bag
currently on the
scale.
POWER
R
BUTTO
ON
BUTTON
This tu
turns
urns
the sc
ale
scale
on and
d off.
FUNCTION BUTTONS
These buttons are site specific
and will be configured during
installation. In most cases
they will be disabled.
NUMBER OF
BAGS
This shows the
total number
of bags
weighed so far.
SET TO ZERO
Press and hold
this button to
set the scale
to zero.
Make sure
nothing is on
the scale.
This button is
set up for print
or belt run, or
may be disabled.
d.
ADD BUTTON
Use this to add a
bag weight to the
total.
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SUBTRACT BUTTON
Use this to subtract
a bag weight from
the total.
CLEAR BUTTON
Press and hold for
1 second to clear
all bag weights.
MESSAGES
SHOW HERE
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OPERATING THE SCALE
Before You Begin…
CHECK:
1. There are no objects on the scale.
2. Nothing is obstructing the scale.
Then switch on the Power (if needed).
Weighing a Single Bag
1. Press the <<O>>
button to set
the scale to zero,
if not already.
Press the <<C>>
button to clear
the memory, if
necessary.
2. Put the bag on
the scale.
3. Note the weight
of the bag.
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ADDING & SUBTRACTING BAG WEIGHTS
Weighing Multiple Bags
1. Press the <<O>> button
to set the scale to zero,
if not already. Press the
<<C>> button to clear
the memory, if
necessary.
4. Remove the
weighed bag
from the scale.
5. Put the next bag on
the scale and press
<<M+>> again.
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2. Put the first bag
on the scale.
3.Press <<M+>> to
record the first
bag weight and
add more bags.
6. Repeat steps
4 and 5 until
all bags are
weighed.
7. Check
k that
the number
of bags
ags is
correct.
8. Note the
total.
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ADDING & SUBTRACTING BAG WEIGHTS cont
Subtracting a Bag’s Weight
1. Put the bag
whose weight
you want to
subtract on the
scale.
2. Press the <<M->>
key to reduce
the bag count
and subtract the
weight.
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SCREEN MESSAGES
Error Messages
This topic gives the common error messages that may appear on the Operator Screen,
and what you should do about them.
Can’t subtract weight
The weight you want to subtract is more
than the total
OR
The bag count is already at zero. Use the
<<C>> key to clear memory.
Scale in motion
Try again. Wait until the scale settles.
Then press the key again.
Scale not at zero
Scale has not returned to zero since last
bag added. Remove all bags from scale,
wait for scale to return to zero. Then
continue as normal.
Unable to zero scale
Something is on the scale, impeding it
OR
The scale needs to be calibrated.
!! HEAVY BAG !!
✓ Zero OK
✓ Bag totals cleared
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The bag weight is higher than the Heavy
Bag limit pre-set for this scale.
The scale has successfully been set to
zero.
The accumulated bag totals have been
cleared.
No passenger display
The scale cannot detect the Passenger
Display Panel.
Scale zero has drifted
The scale has not returned to the zero
range for at least 60 minutes. Remove any
weight on the scale and press the zero
key.
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MAINTENANCE AND
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
CHAPTER 2
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BI920 BAGGAGE INDICATOR • MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
INTRODUCTION
The diagram shows how the components of the AWTX BI920 Baggage Indicator fit together.
Switching Adaptor
AWTX25-500625
IEC AC
Receptacle
90 - 264 VAC
47 - 63 Hz
Cable Length
Approx 1.2
Metres
(47 inches)
Passenger Display Cable
P/N AWTX25-500626
Length 2 Metres
(79 inches)
AWTX Operator Panel
AWTX Passenger Panel
Load Cell Cable
P/N AWTX25-500624
Length 3.6 Metres
(142 inches)
Connection to
cell base
About this Manual
This Manual covers both routine maintenance tasks that must be completed on the
BI920 Baggage Indicator; and fixing problems that might arise.
THERE ARE 3 MODULES:
1. Three monthly maintenance tasks
2. Twelve monthly maintenance tasks
3. Troubleshooting
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THREE MONTH MAINTENANCE TASKS
Introduction
There are three simple tasks which need to be done every three months, to make sure
that the BI920 Baggage Indicator continues to operate accurately and effectively.
THESE ARE:
1. Clean the scale.
2. Check the displays.
3. Check for damage.
This topic describes what you would do for each of these tasks.
Cleaning and Removing Obstacles
Check the area around the Scale to make sure there is no rubbish or debris that could
stop the scale from moving freely. It may be necessary to move the scale base to
complete this task.
Check-In Counter
CONVEYOR BELT
SCALE BASE
NB: Also applies for a Static Scale.
ale.
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Check for debris between
the scale and the
surrounding walls to make
sure no debris is stuck in
gaps surrounding the base.
Make sure any
cables to and from
the scale can move
freely.
Make sure nothing
is stuck between
the scale and the
floor.
If possible, sweep
and clean any
debris from under
and around the
base.
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THREE MONTH MAINTENANCE TASKS cont
Check the Display Panels
The Operator Display and Display Segments, on both the Operator and Passenger
Display Panels, need to be checked to ensure they are working properly.
FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
1. Switch the scale ‘off’ and ‘on’ again.
2. Watch the displays as they automatically follow the self-test sequence. Note any faults.
3. Check that both displays show the same weight information.
Check the Keys
The keys on the Operator Display Panel need to be checked to ensure they are not
sticking and are functioning properly. Make sure that pressing each
POWER BUTTON
key produces the correct result, as shown in the diagram below.
This turns the
scale on and
off.
FUNCTION
BUTTONS
These buttons
are site specific
and will be
configured
during
installation. In
most cases
they will be
disabled.
CLEAR BUTTON
Press and hold
for 1 second
to clear all bag
weights.
SET TO ZERO
Press and hold
this button to set
the scale to zero.
Make sure nothing
is on the scale.
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This button
is set up
for print or
belt run,
or may be
disabled.
ADD BUTTON
Use this to add a
bag weight to the
total.
SUBTRACT BUTTON
Use this to subtract
a bag weight from
the total.
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THREE MONTH MAINTENANCE TASKS cont
Check for Damage
A thorough check for damage needs to be done to ensure everything will continue to
operate properly.
Make sure that the
casing on all cables to
and from the scale are
intact and there are no
nicks, pinches or cuts.
(See right).
Check there are no
major dents in side
panels.
Check that the scale
and conveyor are both
freely moving with no
binds or obstructions.
Check the Operator
and Passenger Display
Panels to make sure
displays are clearly
visible; and not cracked
or chipped.
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BI920 BAGGAGE INDICATOR • MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
TWELVE MONTH MAINTENANCE TASKS*
Introduction
Every twelve months, a more comprehensive maintenance check is needed.
This includes checking the calibration of the scale as well as comprehensive cleaning
tasks and careful checking for damage.
This task will normally take about 30 minutes for each unit, so it is important to
schedule the twelve month maintenance check at a time when the scale can be out of
normal use for that period.
THE TASKS REQUIRED FOR THE TWELVE MONTH CHECK ARE AS FOLLOWS:
1. All 3 month checks.
2. Checking the accuracy of the scale.
3. Checking operation, overweight alarms, etc.
These tasks are described in detail in the Commissioning Guide. Refer to this guide or
contact Avery Weigh-Tronix for more information.
* PLEASE NOTE: local Government regulations may require this procedure to be carried
out at intervals other than 12 months.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Introduction
The BI920 Baggage Indicator has a built-in feature of providing clear error messages to
guide service technicians when the scale is not operating correctly.
These appear on the lower middle part of the screen.
An example is shown below.
Example: This error message shows that
there is an analogue/digital conversion fault.
Replace the Operator Display Panel or the
scale base to correct this.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING cont
Common Messages for Operators
The most common error messages that might come up on the screen during normal
operation are given in the table below.
ERROR MESSAGE
Can’t subtract weight
WHAT IT MEANS
WHAT TO DO
The weight you want
to subtract is more than
the total
Press the <<C>> button
to clear memory.
OR
The bag count is already
at zero.
Scale in motion
Scale not at zero
Unable to zero scale
The weight is moving so Try again. Check for
no reading can be fixed. binds or something
touching against the
scale base. Wait until
the scale settles. Then
press the key again.
Scale has not returned
to zero since last bag
added.
Remove all bags from
scale, wait for scale to
return to zero. Then
continue as normal.
Something is on the
scale, impeding it
Clear obstructions, or
recalibrate the scale.
OR
The scale needs to be
calibrated.
Remove any weight on
the scale and press the
zero key.
Scale zero has drifted
The scale has not
returned to the zero
range for at least 60
minutes.
No passenger display
Check the Operator/
No connection to the
Passenger Display Panel. Passenger Cable
connections.
Replace the
AWTX25-500626 serial
cable.
Replace the Passenger
Display Panel.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING cont
Other Error Messages
There are a number of other error messages that sometimes come up on your screen.
These are covered in the table below.
ERROR MESSAGE
Weight
WHAT TO DO
▼ ▼▼▼
Weight
WHAT IT MEANS
Kg
Gross overload.
CHECK:
• Is there too much load on the
scale base?
• Is the scale base sticking on
something?
If this has not cleared the Error
Message contact your local service
agent or Avery Weigh-Tronix.
▼ ▼▼▼
Kg
Gross under range
condition.
• Check to ensure the base is not
sticking.
If this has not cleared the Error
Message contact your local service
agent or Avery Weigh-Tronix.
Calibration Error
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Contact your local service agent or
Avery Weigh-Tronix.
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NOTES
NOTES
Avery Weigh-Tronix USA
1000 Armstrong Dr.
Fairmont MN 56031 USA
Tel: 507-238-4461
Fax: 507-238-4195
Email: usinfo@awtxglobal.com
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Avery Weigh-Tronix UK
Foundry Lane,
Smethwick, West Midlands
England B66 2LP
Tel: +44 (0) 8453 66 77 88
Fax: +44 (0) 121 224 8183
Email: info@awtxglobal.com
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