Technichal Manual 3590EXT08BC
TECHNICAL MANUAL
WEIGHT INDICATOR
E-AF08: PROGRAM VERSION FOR
WHEEL AND AXLE WEIGHING
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INDEX
1. REQUIREMENTS FOR AN OPTIMAL INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................... 4
1.1 ELECTRICAL PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES ......................................................................................................... 4
1.1.1 CABLE CLASSIFICATION................................................................................................................................ 5
1.1.2 RECOMMENDED DISTANCES AMONG CABLES .......................................................................................... 5
1.1.3 MAXIMUM CABLE LENGTH ............................................................................................................................ 5
1.2 EARTHING SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................................. 6
2. CONNECTION TO THE LOAD RECEIVER ........................................................................................................................ 9
2.1 ANALOG LOAD CELLS ............................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2 DIGITAL LOAD CELLS .............................................................................................................................................. 10
3. SETUP ENVIRONMENT ................................................................................................................................................... 11
3.1 SET-UP ENVIRONMENT BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................ 13
3.2 DESCRIPTION OF THE STEPS ................................................................................................................................ 18
<< LAnG >> FIRMWARE LANGUAGE .................................................................................................................... 18
<< nuM.SCA >> NUMBER OF CONNECTED SCALES (*) ..................................................................................... 18
<< F.ModE >> SCALE FUNCTIONING .................................................................................................................. 19
<< SEtuP >> SCALE CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................ 27
<< diAG. >> DIAGNOSTICS MENU ........................................................................................................................ 39
3.3 CALIBRATION ........................................................................................................................................................... 43
3.3.1 CALIBRATION PROCEDURE ......................................................................................................................... 43
3.3.1 CALIBRATION PROCEDURE OF WIRELESS PLATFORMS (WWSRF) CONNECTED TO 3590EKR ......... 45
3.3.1.2 CALIBRATION EXECUTED ON THE INDICATOR OF THE WWSRF ........................................................ 46
3.3.3 LINEARISATION POINTS ............................................................................................................................... 47
3.3.4 ZONE OF USE DIFFERENT THAN THE ZONE OF CALIBRATION: ............................................................. 48
3.3.5 QUICK ZERO CALIBRATION.......................................................................................................................... 48
3.3.6 CELL EQUALISATION PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................ 49
3.3.7 ADJUSTMENT OF EQUALIZATION COEFFICIENT ....................................................................................... 49
3.3.8 SETTING THE COMMUNICATION WITH DIGITAL CELLS ............................................................................ 50
3.3.9 THEORETICAL CALIBRATION ....................................................................................................................... 51
4. DISPLAY OF THE GRAVITY ACCELERATION AND CORRECTION OF THE WEIGHING ERROR due to the different
gravity acceleration between calibration zone and utilisation zone ............................................................................... 51
5. SERIAL OUTPUTS ........................................................................................................................................................... 52
5.1 RS 485 CONNECTION .............................................................................................................................................. 53
5.2 PC CONNECTION ..................................................................................................................................................... 55
5.3 PRINTER CONNECTION........................................................................................................................................... 55
5.4 TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS................................................................................................................................. 56
5.5 TRANSMISSION MODES .......................................................................................................................................... 58
5.6 SERIAL COMMANDS FORMAT ................................................................................................................................ 59
5.7 ADVANCED COMMANDS ......................................................................................................................................... 64
5.8 CUSTOMISATION OF THE STRING [available in ComPC e ComPrn]...................................................................... 71
6. ANALOGUE OUTPUT (OPTIONAL) ................................................................................................................................ 72
6.1 OPERATING MODES ................................................................................................................................................ 72
6.1.1 OUTPUT ON THE GROSS WEIGHT .............................................................................................................. 72
6.1.2 OUTPUT ON THE NET WEIGHT .................................................................................................................... 73
6.2 CONFIGURATION ..................................................................................................................................................... 74
7. PROGRAMMING THE PRINTOUTS ................................................................................................................................. 75
7.2 ASCII CODE TABLE .................................................................................................................................................. 78
7.2.1 CODE PAGE 1252 WINDOWS LATIN 1 ......................................................................................................... 78
7.2.2 CODE PAGE 1251 WINDOWS CYRILLIC ...................................................................................................... 79
7.2.3 CODE PAGE 1253 WINDOWS GREEK .......................................................................................................... 80
7.3 LIST OF PRINT BLOCKS........................................................................................................................................... 81
7.3.1 ORDER BY KIND ........................................................................................................................................... 81
7.3.2 NUMERICAL ORDER..................................................................................................................................... 87
7.4 BLOCKS WITH PARAMETERS ................................................................................................................................. 92
8. DISPLAY CUSTOMIZATION ............................................................................................................................................ 99
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9. ELECTRICAL SCHEMES ............................................................................................................................................... 100
9.1 MOTHER BOARD .................................................................................................................................................... 100
9.2 I/O EXPANSION BOARD (optional) ......................................................................................................................... 103
9.3 DISPLAY BOARD .................................................................................................................................................... 104
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1. REQUIREMENTS FOR AN OPTIMAL INSTALLATION
To obtain the best results it is recommended to install the indicator and the platform (or transducer) in a place with the
following conditions:
A flat, level surface on which to rest.
Stable and vibration free.
No dust or strong vapours.
No draughts.
Make sure the platform is level or that the loading cells are resting evenly.
Moderate temperature and humidity (15-30°C and 40-70%).
Do not install anywhere where there is the risk of explosion.
All the indicator connections have to be made respecting the rules applicable in the zone and in the installing
environment. Respect the recommended electrical precautionary measures described in section “ELECTRICAL
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES”.
Make sure that the grounding is made correctly, see section “EARTHING SYSTEM”.
Everything not expressly described in this manual has to be considered as improper use of the equipment.
Avoid welding with load cells installed.
Use waterproof sheaths and couplings in order to protect the load cell cables.
Use a waterproof junction box to connect the cells.
1.1 ELECTRICAL PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES
Mains power supply is restricted to within ± 10% of the rated voltage.
Electric protections (fuses etc.) are provided by the technician installing the instrument.
Respect the recommended minimal distances that are mentioned for the various cable categories, see sections
“CABLE CLASSIFICATION” and “RECOMMENDED DISTANCES AMONG CABLES”.
The extension leads of the load cells or signal amplifiers, used for the connection of the serial ports and analogue
output must be within the allowed maximum lengths, see section “MAXIMUM CABLE LENGTH”.
The extension leads of the load cells or signal amplifiers must be screened. In addition they must be laid on their
own in a raceway or metal pipe as far away as possible from the power supply cables.
Install “RC” filters on the contactor coils, on the solenoid valves and on all devices producing electric
disturbances.
If it is possible that condensation could form inside the weight transmitter it is advisable to leave the instrument
powered at all times.
Every shielded cable or not (for instance PC cable, cell cable, power supply cable) connected to the indicator
should be as shorter as possible, then you have to come out of the shield the minimum length of cable, then
connect to the terminal box.
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If the indicator is situated inside an electric panel, the power supply cable should be a shielded cable as shorter as
possible, distant from every coil supply cable, inverter, electromotive force, etc. and in addition dedicate an
uncoupler transformer in order to feed the indicator only.
1.1.1 CABLE CLASSIFICATION
The various cables are classified depending on the transmitted signals:
Category I
- Field bus, LAN (PROFIBUS, Ethernet, Devicenet…)
- Shielded data cables (RS232 …)
- Shielded cables for analogue/digital signals < 25V (sensors, load cells…)
- Low tension power supply cables (< 60V)
- Coaxial cables
Category II
- DC supply cables with tension > 60V and < 400V
- AC supply cables with tension > 25V and < 400V
Category III
- Power supply cables with tension > 400V
- Telephone cables
Category IV
- Any cable subject to lightning
1.1.2 RECOMMENDED DISTANCES AMONG CABLES
- When the cables are laid next to each other, these must be at the distances in the table below
- These distances are valid if in the air; these are reduced if the raceways are separated by grounded metallic shields.
- Different category cables can cross each other (90°)
Category I
Category II
Category III
Category IV
≥ 100 mm
≥ 200 mm
≥ 500 mm
≥ 100 mm
≥ 500 mm
≥ 500 mm
1.1.3 MAXIMUM CABLE LENGTH
LOAD CELL CABLE
The maximum reachable length from the line using the appropriate load cell cable is:
- 50 m with cable 6 x 0,25 mm2
- 100 m with cable 6 x 0,5 mm2
RS232 CABLE
The maximum reachable length from the line using the RS232 cable with a maximum baud rate of 19200, is about 15 m.
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RS485 CABLE
The maximum reachable length from the line with the use of the appropriate cable for RS 485 connections (see section
“RS 485 CONNECTION”), is about 1200 meters.
ANALOG OUTPUT CABLE
The maximum length of the analogue output cable in current is:
- 100 m with cable 2 x 0,25 mm2
- 150 m with cable 2 x 0,5 mm2
- 300 m with cable 2 x 1 mm2
The maximum length of the analogue output cable in voltage is:
- 50 m with cable 2 x 0,25 mm2
- 75 m with cable 2 x 0,5 mm2
- 150 m with cable 2 x 1 mm2
1.2 EARTHING SYSTEM
For the right earthing and the optimal functioning of the system, it is necessary to connect the indicator, the load cells, the
possible junction box and the weighing structure to the earth.
All earthing cables must have the shortest possible length in order to minimize their resistance.
INDICATOR
Connect the external earthing of the indicator to the earth through copper cables having at least a 16 mm2 cross-section.
LOAD CELLS AND JUNCTION BOX
The earthing must be done by connecting the earthing cables to a ground bar with cables having a cross-section of at least
16 mm2 and by connecting the ground bar to a ground pole with a cable having a cross-section of at least 50 mm2.
-
-
In the case the load cells are connected to the indicator through a junction box, it is necessary to connect the sheathing
both of cells cables and of indicator cable to the earthing of the junction box (refer to the junction box manual) and
connect this to the earth through copper cables having at least a 16 mm2 cross-section.
If the load cells are connected directly to the indicator (without the use of the junction box), one should connect the
shieldings of the load cell cables to the grounding point (or earthing bar) inside the container.
If the weighing system concerns large and/or outdoor structures, like weighbridges, and the junction box is connected
to the indicator in a distance that is greater than 10 m, or in the presence of noise, the cable shield must be earthed
both in the junction box and in the indicator, and the two ground leads must be connected with an earth cable having a
cross-section of at least 16 mm2.
WEIGHING STRUCTURE
Connect the weighing structure and the possible connected structures (for example silos that release material on the
weighing structure) to the earth through copper cables having at least a 16 mm2 cross-section.
Furthermore it is necessary that for each cell, one connects the upper part with the lower part of the load cell through a
copper braid section not less than 16 mm2; the upper part must be short-circuited with the surface of the weighing structure
and the lower part must be grounded through a copper braid section not less than 16 mm2.
CONNECTED SERIAL CABLES AND INSTRUMENTS
Connect the shield of the serial cable at the grounding point (or grounding bar) inside the container (on the end of the cable
toward the indicator) and at the earth connection of the connected instrument (on the end of the cable toward the indicator),
and ground the earth connection of the connected instrument, through a copper cable section not less than 16 mm2.
To avoid possible side effects, the earth references of the connection and power supply cable of the indicator and of the
connected instrument must be at the same potential.
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GENERAL NOTES:
•
All the grounding cables must have an adequate length, in order to obtain an overall resistance of grounding
system less than 1 Ω.
•
In the case the weighing system regards great and/or outdoor structures, like weighbridges:
•
-
The grounding connection is to be made by connecting the grounding cables to a grounding bar and the
grounding bar to the grounding pole with a cable section not less than 50 mm2.
-
the cable cross-section must be greater (for example 50 mm2 instead of 16 mm2 and 100 mm2 instead of 50
mm2), because the voltage into play is greater (for example thunderbolts);
-
the ground pole must be positioned at a distance of at least 10 metres from the weighbridge structure;
-
one needs to open the SENSE inside the indicator in order to offset the drifts due to the increase in
temperature.
One should check and remove, if necessary, the connection between the earth and the neutral wire of the electrical
installation.
EARTHING EXAMPLE WEIGHBRIDGE
U-BOLT BETWEEEN PLATE UNDER
CELL AND WEIGHBRIDGE
(NOT SUPPLIED)
WEIGHBRIDGE
LOAD CELL
PLATE
UNDER CELL
(NOT SUPPLIED)
JB8Q POSITIONED ON
THE WALL
SURROUNDING THE PIT
Ø 8 (50 mm² section)
Ø 11,3 (100 mm² section)
EARTH CABLES
(NOT SUPPLIED)
GROUND POLE
POSITIONED UNDER
OR NEAR
WEIGHBRIDGE (NOT
SUPPLIED)
COPPER HOLED PLATE
ON THE SURROUNDING
WALL (NOT SUPPLIED)
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EARTHING EXAMPLE OF A SILO
Non weighing
structure (silo)
U-bolt between
plate under cell
and weighing
structure (not
supplied)
Weighing
structure
Load cell
Ø 4,6 – 16 mm²
earth cable
section (not
supplied)
Ø 8 – 50 mm²
earth cable
section (not
supplied)
Junction
box
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2. CONNECTION TO THE LOAD RECEIVER
2.1 ANALOG LOAD CELLS
IMPORTANT: Respect the electrical precautionary measures indicated in section
“REQUIREMENTS FOR AN OPTIMAL INSTALLATION”.
After having followed the instructions regarding the platform or the load receiver, the screened cable leading from the load
cell(s) must be connected to the instrument through the CELL1 terminal board and the CELL1, CELL2, CELL3, CELL4
connectors; see section “ELECTRICAL SCHEMES”.
The terminal board of the instrument may be connected to the 6-wire load receiver (with use of SENSE), or simply 4-wire;
for this, through jumper J7 and J8 it is possible to choose whether to short-circuit the SENSE with the POWER SUPPLY
(jumpers closed) or not (jumpers open).
The SENSE allows compensating for any drops in voltage in the part of the cable that connects the instrument to the
transducer. It is useful when the distance between the indicator and the transducer is greater than 10 m.
The 4-pin connectors instead allow just the 4-wire connection.
To make the connection qualified personnel must open the instrument (see terminal board connections section “ELECTRICAL
SCHEMES”).
TAKE NOTE: if there is just one LOAD RECEIVER, it is possible to make a 6-wire connection (use of sense) directly
with the terminal board, removing the J7 and J8 jumpers.
If there are two or more LOAD RECEIVERS, one should close the J7 and J8 jumpers (sense and power supply are
short-circuited) and make the 4-wire connection.
Normally the indicator comes already connected to the platform and is ready to use. If this is a LEGAL version
instrument, access to the connection will be subject to a legal SEAL.
Follow the instructions for preparing the platform for use.
AMP 4 CONNECTOR
1. EXC + POWER SUPPLY +
2. EXC - POWER SUPPLY 3. SIG + SIGNAL +
4. SIG - SIGNAL -
TERMINAL
25. SIG + SIGNAL +
26. SIG - SIGNAL 27. SEN + REFERENCE +
28. SEN - REFERENCE 29. EXC + POWER SUPPLY +
30. EXC - POWER SUPPLY -
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See section “ELECTRICAL SCHEMES” for further information.
2.2 DIGITAL LOAD CELLS
IMPORTANT:
- Respect the electrical precautionary measures indicated in section “REQUIREMENTS
FOR AN OPTIMAL INSTALLATION”.
- Read carefully and apply what is described in chapter “RS 485 CONNECTION”.
After having followed the instructions regarding the platform or the load receivers, the screened cable leading from the load
cell(s) must be connected to the instrument through the COM3 RS485 terminal board.
Below is the RS485 connection for digital load cells in the CoM3 of the indicator:
TERMINAL
20. GND
21. +Vdc
22. TX+/RX+
23. TX-/RX-
MEANING
POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY +
Line 485 A(+)
Line 485 B(-)
The voltage value of terminal 21 can be selected through J13 jumper, according to the
required load cells power supply.
The possible selections are 6V or 12V, working if the relative power supply is connected
to the indicator (respectively battery or external power supply, see J13 jumper description
in section “MOTHER BOARD”).
Consequently, the functioning with only the battery doesn’t allow the connection of those
digital load cells that require 12V power supply.
In the case of digital load cells connected to a digital junction board, connect the COM3 RS 485 terminal board of the
indicator to the RS485 port of the junction board, by following the relative manual and the section “RS 485 CONNECTION”.
In the case of ring connection of more digital junction boards or DGX, connect the COM3 RS 485 terminal board of the
indicator to the RS485 port of the first junction board/DGX, by following the relative manual and the section “RS 485
CONNECTION”.
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Part reserved for the Authorised Technical Personnel
3. SETUP ENVIRONMENT
By "SETUP environment" we mean a certain menu inside which all the indicator operating parameters can be set.
To enter it, turn on the instrument and, while the firmware version is displayed, press the TARE key for an instant.
The indicator shows:
1)
“ tECh ”
for an instant on
the LED display
ACCESS
PASSWORD
DISABLED
“ LAnG ”
on LED display;
COMPLETE SET-UP
MENU
(technical personnel)
“LANGUAGE”
on LCD display
Or
2)
“ uSEr ”
for an instant on
the LED display
ACCESS
PASSWORD
ENABLED
“PrG.VEr”
on LED display;
PARTIAL SET-UP
MENU
(only user)
“FIRMWARE”
on LCD display
If you are in choice 2) and you want to access the complete set-up menu one should:
Press TARE/ZERO
during the
visualisation of the
“uSEr” message
on the LED display
ENTER THE
PASSWORD
SUBSTITUTING THE
DISPLAYED (*)
RANDOM VALUE
PRESS
“ENTER”
“ tECh ”
un istante
sul display LED
COMPLETE SET-UP
MENU
(technical
personnel)
(*) If one has forgotten the password, one should communicate the display number to the manufacturer, who will supply a
valid password JUST FOR THAT SPECIFIC NUMBER.
In the parameter description and in the block diagram:
- The METRIC parameters are shown with the (*) symbol, and, with approved instrument, these may not be visible
or read only. See the explanation of the parameter for the details.
NOTE: The indicator is approved when the J1 jumper of the motherboard is closed (see the electrical scheme
in the final chapter).
- The CONDITIONAL STEPS are shown with the (§) symbol, and are not accessible or displayed in specific
conditions, shown in the step description.
- The DEFAULT VALUES are shown with the (!) symbol placed next to the step and at the end of it.
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FUNCTION OF THE KEYS IN THE SET-UP ENVIRONMENT
KEY
FUNCTION
F6, F7
Allow to scroll forwards and backwards in the menu steps or in the parameters
inside a step.
Fn / ENTER
Allows to enter a step or confirm a parameter inside a step.
C / DEL
Allows to exit a step without confirming any changes made and to go to the
previous level.
While entering a code, it quickly zeros the displayed value.
F5
Allow print all configuration in the set-up environment (when in the main menu),
or allow print only one step to the se-up environment (when in the single step
desired).
The display show this message “PRINT”, press ENTER to confirm or C to
cancel.
NUMERIC
KEYBOARD
Allows entering digits or characters.
The LED and LCD displays show respectively the current parameter and its description; generally, when one exits a step
the instrument places itself on the following step.
TO EXIT THE SET-UP ENVIRONMENT, PRESS THE C KEY MANY TIMES UNTIL THE INDICATOR SHOWS:
EXITING SETUP:
SAVE ?
CONFIRM WITH ENTER TO SAVE CHANGES MADE OR PRESS ANOTHER KEY TO NOT SAVE.
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3.1 SET-UP ENVIRONMENT BLOCK DIAGRAM
The following diagram represents the structure of the indicator’s set-up environment; each step has been described in detail
in the paragraph “DESCRIPTION OF THE STEPS”.
LAnG
(*) nuM.SCA
SETUP
ENVIRONMENT
(!) En, Fr, dE, ES, Gr, it
(!) N.SC.1,
N.SC.2,
N.SC.3,
N.SC.4,
N.SC.5
,N.SC.6
,N.SC.7
,N.SC.8
CELtyP
Analog, DGX,
RCD, CCI AD,
RC3D, C16i,
WWS
F.ModE
SEtuP
diAG.
PrG.VEr
WEiGht
MiLLiV
AdC.Pnt
diSPLA
kEyb.
CtS.St
F7
b.LEVEL
PoWEr
C
ENTER
rELE
inPutS
Anout
F6
SEr.
SEr.nuM
P.tESt
EV.LoG
LEGEND
= USER & TECH MENU’
= ONLY TECH MENU’
(*) = METROLOGICAL PARAMETER
(§) = CONDITIONED STEP
(!) = DEFAULT VALUE
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Cells
Number
DGX
functioning
mode (§)
SEt.485
Number of
DGX cells
(§)
1, 2...16
(!) J.boX,
M.CELLS
XX
XX
Number of
DGX (§)
Serial
number
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F1...F10, 0...9,
POINT, TARE, Fn,
2ndF, C
(!) ENABLED, DISABLED
ALL ENABLED,
ALL DISABLED
SURE?
F.KEYS
F1…F10,
2nd F+F1…
2nd F+F10,
Fn+F1…Fn+F10
xxx
dtb
AbiL.A
En.KEYS
totAL
LEn.uM
(!) ENABLED, DISABLED
En.A.FLd
DESCRIPTION 2
...
(!) ENABLED, DISABLED
init.
DATABASES,
ITEMS,TEXTS
YES, NO
EXE.tot
(!) MAnuAL, ALWAYS
rESEt
(!) EnAbLE, diSAbL
(!) 032
(!) 109
LEn.dEC
(!) 2
PLA.tXt
(!) EN-SCALE
(!) FR-BALANCE
(!) DE-WAAGE
(!) ES-BALANZA
(!)GR-SCALE
(!) IT-BILANCIA
0.A.LiSt
(!) DISABLED, ENABLED
rEACt
(!) InStAb, PASS. 0
LoGo
tXt
CFG.tXt
In. 0 … In. 14
d.thrES
tXt.i
(!) 00 … 31
tXt.i0
tXt.i1
tXt.i2
CLr.rAM
SURE?
dtb.PWd
(!) DISABLED
ENABLED
tAMAG
00000 … 65534
MonthS
(!) 00 … 99
WEiGh.
(!) 00000 … 99999
rESEt
SURE?
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F1
New
F2
Edit
F3
Delete
./HELP
Help
F5
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ConFiG
SEriAL
Anout
inPutS
SCALE1,
SCALE2,
SCALE3,
SCALE4,
SCALE5,
SCALE6,
SCALE7,
SCALE8
in.1
...
in.8 exp
outPut
r.ConF.
SLot
(!) SLot 1, Slot 2
ModE
(!) AoG, Aon
AoMA
(!) 00000 … 65535
AoZE
(!) 00000 … 65535
AoMi
(!) 00000 … 65535
(!) None, TARE, 2nd F,
Fn, POINT, C, F1 …
F10, 0 … 9, PLT-0, PLT1, PLT-2, PLT-3, PLT-4,
LOC.IN, OFF, -OKERROR, READY,
START, STOP, RL.OFF,
LNG.KEY, LEVEL,
R.START
rL.1
no/nC
(!) n.o., n.C.
onStAt
(!) drCt, StAbiL
rL.iSt
(!) iSt.oFF, iSt.on
rLFunC
(!) nonE, GroSS, nEt, Gro.0,
nEt.0, Motion, totAL, T.W.1,
T.W.2, T.W.3, nEt.nEG
...
rL.16
r.ModE
inF.rEd
(!) Normal, EXCLUS
None
KEY 1
IR4
KEY 2
(!) None, TARE, 2nd F,
Fn, POINT, C, F1 …
F10, 0 … 9, PLT-0, PLT1, PLT-2, PLT-3, PLT-4,
LOC.IN, OFF, -OKERROR, READY,
START, STOP, RL.OFF,
LNG.KEY, LEVEL
KEY 3
IR18
KEY 4
IR19
KEY 5
RD6
KEY 6
RDBR6
t.LoCK
(!) Lock, Unlock, Disable
PoW.oFF
(!) DISABLED, ENABLED
bt.StAt
(!) DISABLED, ENABLED
bACkuP
SURE?
dFLt
SURE?
(*) dFLt.t
SURE?
PWd.SEt
(!) DISABLED
ENABLED
BAK.PWD
(!) DISABLED
ENABLED
00000 … 65534
(*) ini.AL
SURE?
(*) d.SALE
(!) NO, YES
PC.kEyb
KEYuSE
(!) Normal, READER
LAYout
(!) ENGLISH, ELLENIKA,
ITALIANO, FRANCAIS,
DEUTSCH
15
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SEriAL
PortS
CoMPrn
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(!) PC.Pr.AX, PC.AX.Pr, Pr.PC.AX, Pr.AX.PC, AX.PC.Pr, AX.Pr.PC
bAud
(!) 9600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
PAritY
(!) None, Odd, Even
Word
(!) 8 bit, 7 bit
StoP b
(!) 1 bit, 2 bit
(!) LOW, HIGH, EMUCTS, XON/XOFF,
NO.CTS
CtS.St.
SND.CTS (§)
Err.CtS
PWrPrn
CoM PC
(!) DISABLED, ENABLED
(!) PWrint, EXtoFF, PWrEXt
ProtoC
(!) norMAL, riPE 6, ALibi, Cont, MuL.riP
bAud
(!) 9600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
PAritY
(!) None, Odd, Even
Word
(!) 8 bit, 7 bit
StoP b
(!) 1 bit, 2 bit
CtS.St.
(!) NO.CTS, LOW, HIGH, EMUCTS
Add.485
ProtoC
(!) 00 … 99
(!) StAnd, AFXX, riPE 6, riPLCd, Mondir, ALibi, SMA, ModbuS, ProFi.b, MuL.riP
PC.ModE
CoMAuX
bAud
(!) rEquE., Cont., StAbiL, - 485 -
(!) 9600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
PAritY
(!) None, Odd, Even
Word
(!) 8 bit, 7 bit
StoP b
(!) 1 bit, 2 bit
(!) NO.CTS, LOW, HIGH, EMUCTS
CtS.St.
rAdio
(!) DISABLED
ENABLED
ProtoC
RADIO CHANNEL (0...7)
(!) nonE, Cont., riPE 6, riPEdC
CEL.Add (§)
XX
XXXXXX
rEAdEr
(!) DISABLED, ENABLED
(!) DISABLE, COM.PRN, COM.AUX
r71.rEP
(!) DISABLED, ENABLED
Prn.FMt
C.F.01 … 30
tErMin
(!) LF, NO.TERM, CR, CR LF
dEF.Prn
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SEL.SCA
Scale 1
Scale 2
Scale 3
Scale 4
Scale 5
Scale 6
Scale 7
Scale 8
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EquAL (§)
PArAM.
(*) StAbiL. (§)
(*) Auto 0
SLW.0 (!)– 3, H.R.0, H.R.1, FLT 0 – 3,
DYN.0 - 1, DOS.0 – 3, H.R.2 – 7, DYN.2
– 3, FLT.OFF, FLT.AV2,R.ADC
D,R.ADC S, Custom
(!) ENABLED
(!) 10
DISABLED
CYCLIC (§)
(*) 0.PErC
(*) 0.trACK
(!) 02
(!) TR.1/2, TR.1, TR.2, TR. no, TR.1/4
(*) diV.Stb
(*) GrAV
00, … (!) 02, ... 99
(!) 9.800655
(*) CALib.
dECiM.
u.M.
nuMbEr oF rAnGE
(!) 3, no, 1, 2
(!) - kg -, - t -, - lb -, - g 1
2
rAnGE tYPE
3
diV. 1
(!) 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200
CAP.1
(!) 100 … 999999
diV. 2
CAP.2
diV. 3
CAP.3
CALib.P
PointS
(*) 0.CALib
thEo.CA (§)
XXXXXX
(*) AdJ.CEL (§)
XXXXXX
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XXXXXX
M.rAnGE,
M.diViS
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3.2 DESCRIPTION OF THE STEPS
<< LAnG >> FIRMWARE LANGUAGE
Parameter
- En
- Fr
- dE
- ES
- Gr
- it
(!) En
Language
English
FranÇais
Deutsch
Español
Ellenika
Italiano
Used Codepage (see section “ASCII CODE TABLE”)
1252 Windows Latin 1
1252 Windows Latin 1
1252 Windows Latin 1
1252 Windows Latin 1
1253 Windows Greek
1252 Windows Latin 1
<< nuM.SCA >> NUMBER OF CONNECTED SCALES (*)
- N.SC. 1 (1 scale).
- N.SC. 2 (2 scales).
- N.SC. 3 (3 scales).
- N.SC. 4 (4 scales).
- N.SC. 5 (5 scales).
- N.SC. 6 (6 scales).
- N.SC. 7 (7 scales).
- N.SC. 8 (8 scales).
(!) N.SC. 1
(*) In case of approved instrument the parameter is read only.
<< CELtyP >> CELL TYPE
This menu allows setting the type of cells used (analogue or digital):
in case of digital cells it will be possible to enter the number of cells; it’s possible to select the following types of
digital cells: DGX, RCD, CCI AD, RC3D, C16i, WWS. Only load cells of the same model and the same capacity can
compose two digital platforms.
in case of analogue cells it will be possible to enter the number of channels.
NOTE: The instrument is able to manage up to 4 analogue channels, 16 digital cells, 24 DGX or 8 WWSRF.
Only load cells of the same model and the same capacity can compose two digital platforms.
(!) AnALoG
<< dGX.Mod >> DGX FUNCTION MODE (§)
- M.CELLS conversion into digital of each single analogue load cell; by confirming with ENTER. one is asked to enter
the number of DGX cards.
- J.boX
for use of the manufacturer.
Follow the instructions in the section “SETTING THE COMMUNICATION WITH DIGITAL CELLS”.
(!) J.boX
(§) The step is displayed if the DGX digital cell is selected.
<< SEt.485 >> SET 485 ADDRESS (§)
This step allows to set the 485 address of the digital load cell / DGX. After having confirmed the value, one is asked to
enter the serial number of the load cell / DGX. In the case of DGX, one is also asked to enter the number of cells
connected to the DGX card.
Follow the instructions in the section “SETTING THE COMMUNICATION WITH DIGITAL CELLS”.
(!) 01
(§) The step is displayed only if the selected type of digital cells allows it.
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<< F.ModE >> SCALE FUNCTIONING
<< En.kEyS >> KEYS ENABLING
It is possible to enable/disable each single key of the keyboard, as well as the following two sequences of keys:
• Fn + Fn
for access to a menu listing all functions
• 123 + Fn
for direct access to a specific function (e.g. number 123)
- select the desired key with F6/F7:
Key
Status
F1
ENABLED
- press ENTER to modify the setting:
F1
○ DISABLED
● ENABLED
- Press F6/F7 to select “ENABLED” (enabled) or “DISABLED” (disabled) and ENTER to confirm.
NOTES:
- It’s possible to enable/disable all the keys together, by selecting “ENABLE ALL” or “DISABLE ALL” (the confirmation
will be requested with the message “SURE?”).
- The disabling of the keys will have effect only the WEIGHING PHASE, in other words, not inside the menus,
databases, etc…
- The turning off of the instrument (long pressing of the C key) will always be enabled.
- The disabling of the keys will be applied also on the PC keyboard, if connected.
(!) ENABLE ALL, included the sequence of keys “123 + Fn”
<< F.kEyS >> FUNCTION KEYS COUPLING
It’s possible to modify the function of the F1, F2…..F10 keys, and the combination of these with the 2nd F or Fn keys
(i.e. “2nd F + F1”, “Fn + F2”, etc...).
F1
Default
F2
Preamble
Fn
Modify
2nd F
List
F. Keys
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- select the desired key with F6/F7:
Key
F1
Function
code
Function
310
Dtb
- press ENTER to modify the setting:
Code function
(blinking)
F1
310
- Enter the desired code and confirm with ENTER.
KEYS’ FUNCTIONS IN THIS STEP
scrolls backward inside the list of the keys.
scrolls forward inside the list of the keys.
F1
performs the default of the function coupling of the keys.
F2
inserts the preamble.
ENTER
modifies the code of the function in the current key; while entering it confirms the enteredcode.
2nd F
displays the list of the functions; press ENTER to select the desired function.
NOTE: by pressing the . /HELP key, it’s possible to display the list of the keys used inside this step and their functions.
The list is automatically. If one wants to scroll the list of the keys in manual mode, it is possible to use the arrow keys
(F6 and F7 ).
CODE
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
BASIC FUNCTION
Scale Zero (ZERO)
Cyclic Zero (0.CYCLE)
Tare Execution (TARE)
Activate printer (PRN-ON)
Simple printout (PRINT)
Repetition of the last executed printout (CPY.PRN)
Change weight visualization (WEI.VIS)
Change visualizationLCD display (LCD.VIS)
Lock/Unlock the keyboard (L. KEYB)
Display of Net Weight with sensitivity x 10 (Disp.10)
Setting Date/Time (CLOCK)
Diagnostic Menu (Diag.)
Lock/Unlock Tare (L. TARE)
Input Texts Configuration (txt)
Calculator (CALC)
Printout and Reset Partial Total (Prn.0.t0)
Printout and Reset General Total (Prn.0.t1)
Printout and Reset Grand Total (Prn.0.t2)
Diagnostics peripheral units (P.DIAG)
Com data diagnostics (COM.DAT)
Change visualization to custom display (CST.DSP)
Input text 0 configuration (tXt.0)
Input text 1 configuration (tXt.1)
Input text 2 configuration (tXt.2)
Input text 3 configuration (tXt.3)
Input text 4 configuration (tXt.4)
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DEFAULT KEY/S
ZERO
2ndF + ZERO
TARE
Fn + 0
F5
2ndF + F5
2ndF + F8
2ndF + F9
F1 pressed at length
F2 pressed at length
F3 pressed at length
F4 pressed at length
F5 pressed at length
F4
F8
F9
F10
Fn + F9
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126
127
128
129
130
131
132
200
201
202
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
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Input text 5 configuration (tXt.5)
Input text 6 configuration (tXt.6)
Input text 7 configuration (tXt.7)
Input text 8 configuration (tXt.8)
Input text 9 configuration (tXt.9)
Reset input texts (tXt.rSt)
Sending print formats (SEnd.P.F.)
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Linking Print Formats (Prn.Fmt)
Linking Second Print Format (SND.FMT)
Setpoint configuration (SETPNT)
Channel 1 selection (PLT-1)
Channel 2 selection (PLT-2)
Channel 3 selection (PLT-3)
Channel 4 selection (PLT-4)
Not used in this application (DAT.VIS)
Switching platform visualization (CHG.PLT)
Channel 5 selection (PLT-5)
Channel 6 selection (PLT-6)
Channel 7 selection (PLT-7)
Channel 8 selection (PLT-8)
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Nr of scales used (USED.CH)
Selection sum (SUM)
Platform coordinates (P.COORD)
Select weighing mode (WEI.MOD)
Totalisation (totAL)
Automatic print partial total (Aut.prn)
Visualize weighs list (WEI.LIS)
Print weighs list (Prn.W.L.)
Cancel last weigh (CAnC. 1)
Cancel last vehicle (CAnC. 2)
Database (Dtb)
Item alpha-betic search (SEL.ITM)
Switching sum visualization (CHG.VIS)
Switching scale visualization (CHG.SCA)
VISUALISATION / PRINTOUT MENU
Number of Ticket Copies (CoPiES)
Set progressive digits (Prg.1)
Set progressive ticket (Prg.2)
Reset progressive lot (0.Prg)
Visualize partial total (V.t-0)
Print partial total (Prn.t-0)
Reset partial total (0.t-0)
Visualize general total (V.t-1)
Print general total (Prn.t-1)
Reset general total (0.t-1)
Visualize grand toal (V.t-2)
Print grand total (Prn.t-2)
Reset grand total (0.t-2)
Reset scale totals (0.t-ALL)
Reading alibi memory (ALIBI)
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2ndF + 1
2ndF + 2
2ndF + 3
2ndF + 4
2ndF + 2ndF
2ndF + 5
2ndF + 6
2ndF + 7
2ndF + 8
2ndF + F2
2ndF + 0
F2
2ndF + F3
F6
F3
2ndF + F6
2ndF + F7
F1
F7
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WEIGHING THRESHOLDS
Set maximum threshold (tr.HI)
Set minimum threshold (tr.LO)
500
501
2ndF + F10
Quick introduction of the maximum and minimum thresholds
It’s necessary to associate the functions 500 and 501, used for the setting of the totalisation thresholds, each to a
function key between F1 and F10. If one digits a value and then press the programmed key, the minimum or maximum
threshold is set.
Preamble function
It is possible to associate also a preamble (numeric value) to the F1, F2…F10 keys. In this way, when the key is
pressed, the preamble is automatically used as parameter of the function to be executed.
The functions to which can be associated a preamble are:
FUNCTIONS
Input text configuration (tXt)
Coupling print formats (Prn.Fmt)
Setpoint configuration (SETPNT)
Database (Dtb)
Sending print formats (SEnd.P.F.)
Input text reset (tXt.rSt)
PREAMBLE VALUE
number of the input text that one wants to modify.
number of the format on which one wants to modify the coupling.
number of the setpoint that one wants to modify.
number of the article that is automatically selected
number of the format that one wants to execute (between 1 and 30).
number of the input text that one wants to cancel (or 99 to cancel all the
texts).
- select the desired key with F6/F7:
Key
Function
code
Function
F1
310
Dtb
- press F2 to insert the preamble, select “ENABLED” and confirm with ENTER:
PREAMBLE
○ DISABLED
● ENABLED
-
insert the numeric value to combine with the function and confirm with ENTER
PREAMBLE
00000
Preamble value
(blinking)
insert the desired value through the numeric keyboard and confirm with ENTER (by confirming the value 0, the preamble
is disabled).
Key (preamble + function)
F1 (2 + F1)
310
Dtb
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<< dtb >> DATABASES
<< AbiL.A >> ITEMS DATABASE ENABLING
It’s possible to enable or disable the DATABASE:
ENABLED: databases enabled.
DISABLED: databases disabled.
- Press F6/F7 to select “ENABLED” or “DISABLED”, and ENTER to confirm.
(!) ENABLED
<< En.A.FLd >> DATABASE FIELD ENABLING
It’s possible to enable one by one the fields required for the DATABASE.
Name of field
Status
DESCRIPTION2
○ DISABLED
● ENABLED
- Press F6/F7 to select “ENABLED” or “DISABLED”, and ENTER to confirm.
- Proceed up to the last suggested field, after which it automatically exits the step.
(!) ENABLED
NOTE: The first customer description is always enabled.
<< init. >> INITIALIZE DATABASES and INPUT TEXTS
By pressing ENTER one initialises the DATABASES (with the total values) and the INPUT TEXTS: in this way all
their contents will be cancelled.
The cancellation is not immediate; the indicator requests a further confirmation (the LCD display shows “RESET
DATABASES ? ENTER=YES C=NO”).
By pressing ENTER one confirms the operation, by pressing C, the indicator gives the possibility to cancel all the
databases individually in this order: INPUT TEXTS, ITEMS.
<< totAL >> TOTALIZER
<< EXE.tot >> TYPE OF TOTALISATION
It is possible to select the type of totalisation:
- MAnuAL
manual totalisation with reenabling according to how the rEACt “REENABLINGS” step is set.
- ALWAYS
manual totalisation is always active.
(!) MAnuAL
<< rESEt >> CONFIRM RESET
It is possible to select the automatic resetting of the totals when these are printed (DISABLED) or the resetting upon
request (ENABLED).
(!) ENABLED
<<LEn.uM >> UNIT OF MEASURE COORDINATES
In this step is possible to set the unit of measure of the barycentre coordinates.
The unit of measure is set through the insertion of 2 ascii codes corresponding to the two characters in the text unit of
measure.
EXAMPLE
If you want set “cm” as unit of measure you have to insert the 2 ascii codes, corresponding to the character "c" and the
"m":
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INSERTION FIRST CHARACTER
UM.CAR.1
Insertion ascii code corresponding to “c” character
099
INSERTION SECOND CHARACTER
UM.CAR.2
Insertion ascii code corresponding to “m” character
109
This way the unit of measure that will be displayed on weighing (wheels weighs type) will be “cm”.
You set through numeric keyboard the desidered ascii code and press the ENTER key for confirm.
If the value inserted is false, is possible delete fast this value through the C key.
For set the charactres that correspond to text of the unit of measure see the paragraph “ASCII CODE TABLE”
(!) ”m”
<<LEn.dEC >> NUMBER OF DECIMALS COORDINATES
In this step you can set the number of decimal places which will see the units, the coordinates of the barycentre.
The range of value runs from 0 to 3.You can set through numeric keyboard the desired value and press ENTER key
for confirm.
(!) 2
<<PLA.txt >> PRINTOUT TEXT FOR THE PLATFORM
In this step one sets the text (up to 10 characters) of the platform which you want to weigh; this description will be
shown in the relative printouts.
(!) SCALE
<< 0.A.LiSt >> AUTOMATIC CLEAR OF WEIGH LIST
Is possible enabled or disable the automatic clear of the weigh list.
ENABLED: reached the max number of totalisation (3500), automatic clear the weigh list.
DISABLED: reached the max number of totalisation (3500), the LCD display show:”full list clear?”.Press ENTER key
for confirm.
NOTE:
With step set on “DISABLED”, reached the max number of totalisation, if don’t be to clear the weigh list, each next
totalisation the instrument show on LCD display the text of the clear weigh list.
(!) DISABLED
<< rEACt >> REACTIVATIONS
It is possible to set whether to reactivate the printout and the weighing:
- PASSAGE BY ZERO OF THE NET WEIGHT (PASS. 0)
- WEIGHT INSTABILITY (InStAb)
(!) InStAb
<< LoGo >> TEXT UPON START-UP
At the start-up of the indicator, the LCD display shows a message of 2 lines of 16 characters, which is set in this step,
or a 160x32 pixel photo uploadable from Dinitools™ (“ *.bmp ” monochromatic format is accepted).
(!)
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<< tXt >> INPUT TEXTS
<< CFG.tXt >> INPUT TEXT CONFIGURATION
Through this step one can enter, modify or cancel the heading of the input texts which will be filled in during the
weighing through the F4 key of the indicator; refer to the user manual for further specifications (USER MAN.REF.).
CFG.txt
F1
New
F2
Edit
F3
Delete
./HELP
F5
Help
Print
ENTRY
- Press ENTER to enter in the step.
- Select the eventual desired position through the arrow keys (or with the keyboard digit the position number).
- Press F1 to enter the text in the desired position, or the first free position, if an already occupied position has been
selected.
- The display shows “DESCRIPTION” and one can now enter the heading of the input text (up to 16 characters);
press ENTER to confirm.
- The display shows “TEXT” and one can enter the contents of the input text (up to 32 characters); press ENTER to
confirm.
- The display shows “THRESHOLD”: this is the maximum number of characters that can be entered in the content of
the input text in the weighing phase; when a new text is configured, this parameter is automatically set with the
value equal to the number of characters that have been inserted in the “TEXT” field.
NOTE: When a new input text is configured and the “TEXT” field is left empty, the “THRESHOLD” parameter is set
with the value 01.
- The display shows “MANDATORY INPUT”: if one confirms “ENABLED” it’s possible to exit from the alphanumeric
input only if the content of the input text is not empty.
- The display shows “ONLY VOID INPUT”: if one confirms “ENABLED” it’s possible to enter in the alphanumeric
input of a text only if the content is empty.
MODIFICATION
- Press ENTER to enter in the step.
- Select the storage to be modified through the arrow keys (or with the keyboard digit the position number) and
press F2.
- Modify the desired fields, listed in the previous section.
- NOTE: The text entered here defines also the field length for the compilation through the F4 key in the weighing
phase; if no text is inserted, the length is set at 32 characters.
CANCELLATION
- Press ENTER to enter in the step.
- Select the storage to be cancelled through the arrow keys (or with the keyboard digit the position number)
and press F3.
- The indicator requests a further confirmation: press ENTER to confirm or another key to cancel.
PRINTING
- Press ENTER to enter in the step.
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- Once inside it, press the F5 key to print all the input texts. The LCD display shows the message “PRINT ?”: confirm
with the ENTER key to print the whole input texts’ database.
HELP
By pressing the ./HELP key, it’s possible to see the keys list used in the menu.
The key list is automatically. If you want to see the keys list, in manual mode, use the arrow key (F6 and F7 ).
<< d.thrES >> DATA LENGTH THRESHOLD FROM READER
By pressing ENTER one can define a length (from 00 to 31) which conditions the storage of data ready by the third
serial line (optional), for example through the bar code reader. If the datum has a length less or equal to the
predefined one; it is stored in the first input text; otherwise it is stored in the second one. If one sets the value 00, it’s
possible to store up to 32 characters in the first input text.
NOTE: the function has been enabled on the serial port selected in the SEtuP >> SEriAL >> rEAdEr step, or on the
PC KEYBOARD input, by selecting the “Reader” parameter in the SEtuP >> PC.KEYb >> KEY.uSE step.
(!) 00
<< tXt.i >> ENTRY OF HEADINGS
Up to 3 lines x 24 characters of text can be entered that will be printed if programmed in the printout formats (see
blocks 369, 370, 371). The text entered will remain stored and printed until it is either cancelled or substituted.
<< CLr.rAM >> CANCELLATION OF THE BUFFERED RAM
The indicator has a buffered RAM memory (not volatile when power is removed) inside which is the database data, the
input texts, the print formats, the heading.
The cancellation is not immediate; the indicator requests a further confirmation (the LED display shows “SURE?”):
press ENTER to confirm; press another key to cancel.
NOTE: CALIBRATION DATA ARE NOT CANCELLED.
<< dtb.PWd >> SET DATABASE ACCESS PASSWORD
By confirming the ENABLED setting one may insert a password of up to 5 digits, which will inhibit some parameters of
the ENTER key menu and the entry/modification/cancellation of the databases; by setting DISABLED, this password is
disabled.
See the section “DATABASE ACCESS PASSWORD” in the user manual.
NOTE: The maximum enterable value is 65534.
(!) DISABLED
<< tAMAG >> TAMAGOTCHI
One enters the “NUMBER of MONTHS” passed (2 digits, MonthS parameters), or the “NUMBER of the WEIGHS”
made (5 digits, WEiGh. parameter) since the last calibration; after this, one is advised to recalibrate the instrument.
By pressing ENTER one passes to a submenu:
- MonthS >>> Setting of Months
- WEiGh. >>> Setting of Weighs
- rESEt >>> Clearing of Months and Weighs from the last calibrations
If you set the number of months and the weighing to zero, this function will be disabled; in any case it is possible to
activate a choice of the number of months (MAX 99) or the number of weighs (MAX 99999).
By confirming with ENTER on the “rESEt” step one sets at zero the number of months and weighs taken place since
the last calibration made.
At start-up and every day at 11:00 o’clock, the indicator will be checking for the number of weighing and the number of
months that have passed since the last calibration. If one of the values or both are equal or higher than the previously
set values, the message ALArM will appear on the LED display, while “WE ADVISE TO RECALIB. SCALE” appears in
the LCD display and an intermitting sound is emitted. By pressing any key, the indicator will enter in the normal scale
functioning mode.
NOTE: The number of weighs is increased when, after passing by instability, there is a stable weight and greater than
4 divisions on the scale.
(!) MonthS 00; WEiGh. 00000
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<< SEtuP >> SCALE CONFIGURATION
<< ConFiG >> METRIC PARAMETERS
If various scales are connected, the scale number to be configured will be requested; the configurations inside this
menu must be made for each connected scale.
<< EquAL >> EQUALIZATION (§)
See section “CALIBRATION”
(§) This step is visible only in case of more cells/channels in use.
<< PArAM. >> PARAMETERS
(*) << StAbiL >> FILTERING INTEGRATION (§)
By pressing the ENTER key one accesses the selection of the type and degree of filter intervention for the stability
of the weight indication:
FLT 0 – 3
simple weighing
H.R.0 – 1
high resolution and for “A+B” mode
DYN.0 – 1
weight in motion (i.e. weighing animals)
DOS.0 – 3
dosage
SLW.0 – 3
rather unstable weight
H.R.2 – 7
high resolution and for “A+B” mode
DYN.2 – 3
weight in motion (i.e. weighing animals)
FLT.OFF
disabled (i.e. digital load cell already filtered)
FLT.AV2
digital load cell
R.ADC D
radio digital cell (i.e. WWS) on fast mode
R.ADC S
radio digital cell (i.e. WWS) on slow mode
CuStoM
diagnostic to be used by the manufacturer
The higher the filter value, and greater is its intervention relative to the type of filter used.
(!) SLW.0 for analogue cell type
(!) FLT 0 for digital cell type
(§) In case of WWS digital cell (set in the << CelTyp >> step), one can select only FLT.OFF, FLT.AV2, R.ADC D,
R.ADC S.
(*) In case of approved instrument, one can select only FLT 0…3, H.R.0, H.R.1, DYN.0, DYN.1.
<< (*) Auto 0 >> AUTOZERO AT START-UP
Automatic acquisition of the gross zero at start-up.
Auto 0
● DISABLED
○ ENABLED
- Disabled
C.PErC
Auto 0
○ DISABLED
● ENABLED
- Enabled
10
ENTER
Clearing percentage
(blinking)
Set the clearing percentage in relation to the capacity (in between
+/-1 and +/- 50 %).
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Auto 0
C.PErC
○ ENABLED
● CYCLIC
ENTER
10
Clearing percentage
(blinking)
- Executed cyclically on all the present scales. Set the clearing percentage in relation to the capacity (in
This value is not visible if there is just one scale between +/-1 and +/- 50 %).
(see the nuM.SCA parameter).
See section “SCALE ZERO FUNCTIONS” (USER MAN.REF.) for details on the functioning.
(*) with approved instrument:
- it’s possible to set only the ENABLED, CYCLIC values. If DISABLED has been set, it’s not possible to change it.
- by confirming the setting of ENABLED or CYCLIC it is possible to modify the clearing percentage between +/-1
and +/-10 %.
(!) ENABLED, +/-10 %
(*) << 0.PErC >> ZERO FUNCTIONS IN WEIGHING PHASE
Acquisition of the gross zero through the ZERO key.
0.PErC
02
Clearing percentage
(blinking)
Set the clearing percentage in relation to the capacity (in between +/-1 and +/- 50 %).
By entering the 0 value, it’s possible to disable the ZERO functions in the weighing phase.
See section “SCALE ZERO FUNCTIONS” (USER MAN.REF.) for functioning details.
(*) In case of approved instrument, the settable values are between 0 and 2.
(!) +/-2 %
(*) << 0.trACk >> ZERO TRACKING
This menu allows setting the zero tracking, in other words, the compensation parameter of the scale’s thermal drift;
the set value corresponds to the number of divisions that is reset in the fixed time of 1 second:
TR. ½ +/- half division.
TR. ¼ +/- one fourth of a division.
TR. 1 +/- one division.
TR. 2 +/- two divisions.
TR. no tracking disabled.
(!) TR. ½
(*) with APPROVED instrument it is possible to select just the TR. no, TR. ½ , TR. ¼ parameters.
(*) << diV.Stb >> DIVISIONS BY STABILITY
In this step one enters the number of divisions by which the instrument detects the weight stability; the higher the
number of divisions, less is the sensitivity, and consequently the stability is more easily detected. The possible
values are 0…99. By setting the 0 value, the check is disabled.
(!) 02
(*) with APPROVED instrument, the parameter is read-only.
(*) << GrAV >> GRAVITY ZONE AND ZONE OF USE
In this step one selects the gravitational acceleration value of calibration and of use of the instrument:
Manual entry of the g value: the instrument is ready for the manual entry of the gravitational acceleration
value.
If one enters a wrong g value: the minimum decimal value is proposed (9,75001); by a wrong g value one intends a
decimal number not including between 9,75001 and 9,84999 (included).
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(!) g = 9,80655
(*) with APPROVED instrument the parameter is read only.
(*) << CALib.>> SCALE CALIBRATION
See section “CALIBRATION”.
(*) with APPROVED instrument the parameters inside of this step are read only.
(*) << 0.CALib >> CALIBRATION OF ZERO
See section “CALIBRATION”.
(*) In case of approved instrument the parameter is not displayed.
(*) << thEo.CA >> THEORETICAL CALIBRATION
See section “THEORETICAL CALIBRATION”.
(*) In case of approved instrument the parameter is not displayed.
(*) << AdJ.CEL >> MANUAL ADJUSTMENT CELLS (§)
See section “ADJUSTMENT OF EQUALIZATION COEFFICIENT”.
(*) In case of approved instrument the parameter is not displayed.
(§) This parameter is visible only in case of various cells / channels forming the scale.
<< SEriAL >> SERIALS, PRINTOUTS, ETC…
<< PortS >> SERIAL CONFIGURATION
By pressing ENTER it is possible to select the more suitable combination for the use of the three serial ports in the
indicator hardware (COM1, COM2, COM3):
Parameter
PC.Pr.AX
PC.AX.Pr
Pr.PC.AX
Pr.AX.PC
AX.PC.Pr
AX.Pr.PC
COM 1
ComPC
ComPC
ComPrn
ComPrn
ComAux
ComAux
COM 2
ComPrn
ComAux
ComPC
ComAux
ComPC
ComPrn
COM 3
ComAux
ComPrn
ComAux
ComPC
ComPrn
ComPC
(!) PC.Pr.AX
<< CoMPrn >> CONFIGURATION OF PRINTER SERIAL
<< bAud >> SET BAUD RATE
By pressing the ENTER key one accesses the selection of the data transmission speed (measured in Baud =
bit/second). The possible values are: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200.
(!) 9600
<< PAritY >> SET PARITY
By pressing the ENTER key one accesses the selection of the parity bit type. The possible values are: None
(absent parity bits), Odd (uneven parity bits) e Even (even parity bits).
(!) None
<< Word >> SET WORD
By pressing the ENTER key one accesses the selection of the number of data bits. The possible values are: 8 (8
data bits) and 7 (7 data bits).
(!) 8 bit
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<< StoP b >> SET STOP BIT
By pressing the ENTER key one can then select the number of stop bits. The possible values are: 1 (1 stop bit) and
2 (2 stop bits).
(!) 1 bit
<< CtS.St. >> SYNCHRONISM SIGNAL
On the serial line set as COM.PRN the indicator can manage a synchronism signal.
- by using the dedicated CTS (Clear To Send) signal, if one uses the COM2 port, or
- by using the RX input, if one uses the COM1 or COM3 port (in this case, by enabling the function, this input will be
no longer managed for other reception functions).
A device (like a printer) that is slow in processing the data received, can interrupt the transmission temporarily using
this signal.
With synchronism signal active for a time greater than 10 seconds the indicator cancel the printing, it shows the
message “PRINTER ERROR: CHECK THE CTS!” for a few seconds and returns to the weighing phase.
It is possible to select:
NO.CTS
Disable
(ITALORA WITTY280 and SMT280)
LOW
CTS active low
(LP522/542, EPSON LX300, TM295, TPR)
HIGH
CTS active high
(DP190)
EMUCTS Emulation of CTS signal: one is asked to enter the number of characters (nChrS) using 3 digits, which
will be transmitted upon each transmission; then one should enter the wait time in milliseconds (tiME),
using 4 digits, from a transmission and the next one.
XON/XOFF XON/XOFF control for the printer. Is necessary the insertion of the printer reset command (4
characters in decimal) and the decimal value of XON and XOFF character (17 and 19 of default).
(!) LOW
<< SND.CTS >> SECOND CTS SIGNAL (§)
This step decides if enable (ENABLED) second CTS signal used for 2 printers or not (DISABLED). See the
previous step << CtS.St. >>.
(§) the step is visible only if COM2 is set on “PRN” and LOW or HIGH signal is enabled inside “CtS.St.” step.
(!) DISABLED
<< Err.CtS >> CTS STATUS ERROR
By enabling this error, it is possible to block in advance the print or totalisation function, if recalled with an already
active synchronism signal (see previous step): the indicator display will shows the message “PRINTER ERROR:
CHECK THE CTS!” for a few seconds and return to the weighing phase without carrying out the function.
Press F6/F7 to Enable (ENABLED) or Disable (DISABLED), and ENTER to confirm.
(!) DISABLED
<< PWrPrn >> PRINTER POWER SUPPLY
This step regulates the “AUX” output voltage which is on the board (see the electrical scheme in section
“ELECTRICAL SCHEMES”); one may select:
PWrEXt
External power supply (AUX output active).
EXtoFF
External auto-off power supply (AUX output always active; at the beginning of each printout some
CR are sent as start-up characters, for a printer in energy saving mode).
PWrint
Internal power supply (AUX output active just when printing).
(!) PWrint
<< ProtoC >> SELECTS PROTOCOL
norMAL
standard protocol
riPE 6
Dini Argeo repeater
Alibi
alibi memory protocol
Cont.
continuous transmission protocol
MuL.riP
Multi-repeater
For the protocol specifications, see section “TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS”.
(!) norMAL
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<< CoM PC >> PC SERIAL CONFIGURATION
<< bAud >> SET BAUD RATE
By pressing the ENTER key one accesses the selection of the data transmission speed (measured in Baud =
bit/second). The possible values are: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200.
(!) 9600
<< PAritY >> SET PARITY
By pressing the ENTER key one accesses the selection of the parity bit type. The possible values are: None
(absent parity bits), Odd (uneven parity bits) e Even (even parity bits).
(!) None
<< Word >> SET WORD
By pressing the ENTER key one accesses the selection of the number of data bits. The possible values are: 8 (8
data bits) and 7 (7 data bits).
(!) 8 bit
<< StoP b >> SET STOP BIT
By pressing the ENTER key one can then select the number of stop bits. The possible values are: 1 (1 stop bit) and
2 (2 stop bits).
(!) 1 bit
<< CtS.St. >> SYNCHRONISM SIGNAL
On the serial line set as COM.PRN the indicator can manage a synchronism signal CTS (Clear To Send). A device
(like a printer) that is slow in processing the data received, can interrupt the transmission temporarily using this
signal.
It is possible to select:
NO.CTS
Disable
LOW
CTS active low
HIGH
CTS active high
EMUCTS Emulation of CTS signal: one is asked to enter the number of characters (nChrS) using 3 digits, which
will be transmitted upon each transmission; then one should enter the wait time in milliseconds (tiME),
using 4 digits, from a transmission and the next one.
(!) NO.CTS
<< Add.485 >> 485 ADDRESS
By pressing ENTER it is possible to enter a 2 digit code (from 00 to 98) which identifies the instrument from the
ones connected in the RS485 transmission mode.
NOTE: the 99 code is used as a broadcast address.
(!) 00
<< ProtoC >> SELECTS PROTOCOL
StAnd
Standard
AFXX
AF0X
riPE 6
Dini Argeo 6-digit repeater
riPLCd
lcd repeater
Mondir
Uni-directional
ALibi
Alibi memory
SMA
SMA protocol
ModbuS
Modbus protocol
ProFi.b
Profibus protocol
MuL.riP
Multi-repeater
For the protocol specifications, see section “TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS”.
(!) StAnd
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<< PC.ModE >> TRANSMISSION TYPE
rEquE.
On request
Cont.
Continuous
StAbiL
On stability
- 485 485 mode
For the transmission mode specifics, see section “TRANSMISSION MODES”.
(!) rEquE.
<< CoMAuX >> AUX SERIAL CONFIGURATION
<< bAud >> SET BAUD RATE
By pressing ENTER one can select the data transmission speed (measured in Baud = bit/second). The possible
values are: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200.
(!) 9600
<< PAritY >> SET PARITY
By pressing ENTER one can select the parity bit type. The possible values are: None (absent parity bit), Odd
(uneven parity bit) and Even (even parity bit).
(!) None
<< Word >> SET WORD
By pressing ENTER one can select the number of data bits. The possible values are: 8 (8 data bits) and 7 (7 data
bits).
(!) 8 bit
<< StoP b >> SET STOP BIT
By pressing the ENTER key one can then select the number of stop bits. The possible values are: 1 (1 stop bit) and
2 (2 stop bits).
(!) 1 bit
<< CtS.St. >> SYNCHRONISM SIGNAL
Not used in this application.
<< rAdio >> SELECT RADIO CHANNEL
By pressing the ENTER key one can select to enable or disable the radio module. By confirming “ENABLED”, it’s
possible to choose the radio channel to be set if radio module is connected well.
(!) DISABLE
<< ProtoC >> SELECTS PROTOCOL
nonE
no protocol
Cont.
continuous transmission
riPE 6
Dini Argeo 6-digit repeater.
riPEdC
Dini Argeo repeater DC
(!) nonE
<< CEL.Add >> SET 485 CELLS ADDRESS (§)
See section “SETTING COMMUNICATION WITH THE DIGITAL CELLS”.
<< rEAdEr >> READER PROTOCOL
Enabling data reception from external reader (See relative manual).
DISABLE
data reception disabled
COM.AUX
protocol enabled on the ComAux
COM.PRN
protocol enabled on the ComPrn
(!) DISABLE
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<< r71.rEP >> R71 REPEATER
If the R71620 is connected to the indicator, through this step it is possible to enable the dedicated protocol, for the
serial ports set with the “riPE 6” protocol.
DISABLED
Disabled
ENABLED
Abilitato
(!) DISABLED
<< Prn.FMt >> PRINT CONFIGURATION
Through this step one can configure up to 30 print formats directly from the indicator.
In this step it is possible to choose the number of format to be configured; therefore enter, modify or eliminate the
print blocks following the instructions shown in section “PROGRAMMING THE PRINTOUTS”.
<< tErMin >> SET TERMINATOR TYPE
When connecting a printer it is possible to define the end of the print line, in the print blocks provides the terminator
print (indication +T, see section “LIST OF PRINT BLOCKS”)
CR
TERMINATOR CR (character 13 from ASCII table)
CR LF
TERMINATOR CR LF (character 13 and character 10 from ASCII table)
LF
TERMINATOR LF (character 10 from ASCII table)
NO.TERM
NO TERMINATOR (for Dini Argeo printiers, with standard print by DinitoolsTM)
(!) LF
<< dEF.Prn >> PRINTOUT DEFAULT
By pressing ENTER one is asked to confirm the activation of the default printouts: the LED display shows “SurE?”:
press ENTER again to confirm or another key to cancel the operation.
The printout default is valid only for TPR printer.
WARNING: By enabling the printouts, all the formatted print formats will be CANCELLED and the first 11 will be
SUBSTITUTED by the default formats which automatically will be linked to the 11 print functions.
<< Anout >> ANALOGUE OUTPUT (OPTIONAL)
If various scales are connected (see nuM.SCA parameter), the scale number to be configured will be requested; the
configurations inside this menu must be made for each connected scale.
<< SLot >> SLOT SELECTION
One selects the SLOT to be used with the analogue output: SLOT 1 or SLOT2.
<< ModE >> OPERATING MODE
AO G
= analogue output on the gross weight
AO n
= analogue output on the net weight
<< AoMA >> MAXIMUM VALUE
Setting of the maximum value of the analogue output.
<< AoZE >> VALORE ZERO BILANCIA
Setting of the analogue output value when the scale displays zero weight.
<< AoMi >> MINIMUM VALUE
Setting of the minimum value of the analogue output.
See the section “ANALOGUE OUTPUT (OPTIONAL)” for configuring.
<< inPutS >> INPUT CONFIGURATION
The indicator has 2 inputs on the main board, 6 on the optional expansion board, which may take on the meaning of a
specific function key or of any scale function key, among those available; it is therefore possible to emulate a few keys
through the corresponding input.
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None
TARE
2nd F
Fn
POINT
C
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
-0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9PLt – 0
PLt – 1
PLt – 2
PLt – 3
PLt – 4
LOC.IN
OFF
-OKERROR
READY
START
STOP
RL.OFF
LNG.KEY
LEVEL
R.START
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TARE KEY
2nd F KEY
Fn KEY
POINT KEY
C KEY
F1 KEY
F2 KEY
F3 KEY
F4 KEY
F5 KEY
F6 KEY
F7 KEY
F8 KEY
F9 KEY
F10 KEY
NUMERICAL ZERO KEY
ONE KEY
TWO KEY
THREE KEY
FOUR KEY
FIVE KEY
SIX KEY
SEVEN KEY
EIGHT KEY
NINE KEY
ENABLE REMOTE SCALE
ENABLE SCALE 1
ENABLE SCALE 2
ENABLE SCALE 3
ENABLE SCALE 4
KEYBOARD LOCK
TURNING OFF THE INDICATOR
OK MESSAGE
ERROR MESSAGE
READY MESSAGE
START MESSAGE
STOP MESSAGE
SETS ALL THE RELAYS AT OFF
SETS KEY PRESSED AT LENGTH
SETS LEVEL CHECK
CYCLE MANAGEMENT ON THE RELAYS (dosage)
The same configurations are valid for:
in. 2 INPUT 2
in. 3 EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
in. 4 EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
in. 5 EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
in. 6 EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
in. 7 EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
in. 8 EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
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r.StArt - Dosage cycle management through outputs
Premise: The functioning provides for an input to be set on R.START.
The involved relays are OUT1 and OUT2: in order to function correctly these must be configured with the NC contact
on a weight function, for example Set point on the Net or Gross weight.
Upon enabling the input linked to the R.START both relays are enabled; the dosage automatically ends upon reaching
the set point linked to OUT2.
Notes:
1) if an input is linked to R.START, OUT1 and OUT2 are managed in "dosage" even if these are configured in their
exclusive functioning;
2) it’s possible to execute also dosages in unloading (negative set points) as long as the zeroing or the tare at cycle
start is executed (through the input or the key);
3) if input1 is linked to the tare or to the zero, the dosage starts only if the net weight is zero (this allows to execute
an initial compulsory zeroing);
4) it’s possible to interrupt at any moment the dosage cycle by enabling an input set on RL.OFF.
for example:
rL.1=100 rL.2= 200 in.1=rL.oFF in.2=r.StArt
- enabling in.2:
one enables OUT1 and OUT2 and the dosage cycle starts.
- upon reaching 100g the OUT1 disables.
- upon reaching 200g the OUT2 disables and the dosage cycle ends.
- by enabling in.1 the dosage cycle resets at any point.
<< outPut >> OUTPUT CONFIGURATION
The indicator has 4 outputs on the main board and 12 outputs on the optional expansion board; through this step one
configures the functioning of each relay.
See the “SET POINT FUNCTION” section in the user manual for the functioning mode specifications.
<< r.ConF. >> OUTPUTS’ CONFIGURATION
In this step it is possible to configure the normal status, the switching condition and the functioning mode for each
output.
<< rL. 1 >> OUTPUT 1 (OUT1)
<< no/nC >> NO/NC CONTACTS
By pressing ENTER one sets the status of the output after the instrument start-up: normally open (n.o.) or normally
closed (n.C.).
NOTE: with indicator turned off, the status of the output is normally open.
(!) n.o.
<< onStAt >> SWITCHING CONDITION
By pressing ENTER one sets the output activation condition:
drCt
DIRECT: it is activated as soon as the weight reaches the set threshold, (independently from the
stability), and it is deactivated as soon as it goes under the disabling threshold.
StbL
UPON STABILITY: it is activated in the moment in which the weight, after reaching the set activation
threshold, becomes stable, and it is deactivated in the moment in which the weight goes below the set
disabling threshold, it becomes stable.
(!) drCt
<< rL.iSt >> HYSTERESIS
This step allows selecting the outputs functioning mode with or without hysteresis:
iSt.on
functioning with hysteresis
iSt.oFF functioning without hysteresis
(!) iSt.oFF
<< rLFunC >> FUNCTION
This step allows selecting the output functioning mode:
nonE
NO FUNCTIONING (disabled).
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nEt
Gro.0
nEt.0
Motion
totAL
t.W.1
t.W.2
t.W.3
nEt.nEG
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GROSS SET POINT (activation of the on the gross weight).
NET SET POINT (activation of the on the net weight).
0 GROSS (activation of the on the gross weight at 0).
0 NET (activation of the on the net weight at 0).
INSTABILITY (activation of the upon weight instability).
TOTALISATION (activation of the input/output cycle end or single weigh).
PARTIAL TOTAL (activation of the on the partial total + net weight on the scale).
GENERAL TOTAL (activation of the on the general total + net weight on the scale).
GRAND TOTAL (activation of the on the grand total + net weight on the scale).
FUNCTIONING ON THE NEGATIVE WEIGHT (activation on the net negative weight).
The same configurations are valid for:
rL. 2 OUTPUT 2 (OUT2)
rL. 3 OUTPUT 3 (OUT3)
rL. 4 OUTPUT 4 (OUT4)
rL..5 OUTPUT 5 (OUT5), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..6 OUTPUT 6 (OUT6), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..7 OUTPUT 7 (OUT7), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..8 OUTPUT 8 (OUT8), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..9 OUTPUT 9 (OUT9), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..10 OUTPUT 10 (OUT10), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..11 OUTPUT 11 (OUT11), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..12 OUTPUT 12 (OUT12), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..13 OUTPUT 13 (OUT13), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..14 OUTPUT 14 (OUT14), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..15 OUTPUT 15 (OUT15), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
rL..16 OUTPUT 16 (OUT16), EXPANSION BOARD (OPTIONAL)
<< r.ModE >> OUTPUTS’ CONFIGURATION
Normal The check is always made on all the configured outputs; therefore each output is independently (its
enabling does not provoke the disabling of the others).
EXCLUS Starting from the last output up to the first its activation excludes the check on the previous ones (the
activation provokes the disabling of the previous out puts) and its disabling reenables it.
(!) Normal
<< inF.rEd >> REMOTE CONTROL CONFIGURATION
Entering the step one can choose one of four types of remote control shown:
- None (no remote control enabled)
- IR 4 (4-key infrared remote control)
- IR 18 (18-key infrared remote control)
- IR 19 (19-key infrared remote control)
- RD 6 (6-key radio remote control)
- RD.BR 6 (6-key radio broadcast remote control)
The remote control keys repeat the keys’ functions (both the ones obtained with a SHORT pressing as well as those
with a LONG pressing).
If the weight indicator provides for a 4-key remote control or a 6-key remote control (optional) it’s possible to
personalise the configuration of the keys of the infrared ray remote control; it may be done as follows:
KEY 1 key 1 (“Zero” on the remote control)
None
NO INPUT
TARE
TARE KEY
2nd F
2nd F KEY
Fn
Fn KEY
POINT
POINT KEY
C
C KEY
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F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
-0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9PLt – 0
PLt – 1
PLt – 2
PLt – 3
PLt – 4
LOC.IN
OFF
-OKERROR
READY
START
STOP
RL.OFF
LNG.KEY
LEVEL
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F1 KEY
F2 KEY
F3 KEY
F4 KEY
F5 KEY
F6 KEY
F7 KEY
F8 KEY
F9 KEY
F10 KEY
NUMERICAL ZERO KEY
ONE KEY
TWO KEY
THREE KEY
FOUR KEY
FIVE KEY
SIX KEY
SEVEN KEY
EIGHT KEY
NINE KEY
ENABLE REMOTE SCALE
ENABLE SCALE 1
ENABLE SCALE 2
ENABLE SCALE 3
ENABLE SCALE 4
KEYBOARD LOCK
TURNING OFF THE INDICATOR
OK MESSAGE
ERROR MESSAGE
READY MESSAGE
START MESSAGE
STOP MESSAGE
SETS ALL THE RELAYS AT OFF
SETS KEY PRESSED AT LENGTH
SETS LEVEL CHECK
The same configurations are valid for:
KEY 2 key 2 (“Tare” on the remote control)
KEY 3 key 3 (“F1 Mode” on the remote control)
KEY 4 key 4 (“F2 Print” on the remote control)
If the weight indicator provides for a 18-key remote control (optional) it’s possible to choose the configuration of the
keys of the infrared ray remote control (USER MAN.REF.).
NOTE: The function of the prolonged pressure of the keys is not repeatable on the remote control.
<< t.LoCk >> TARE LOCK/UNLOCK
Unlock LOCKED TARE
Lock
UNLOCKED TARE
Disable DISABLED TARE
See the section “TARE LOCKED/UNLOCKED” in the user manual for the functioning specifics.
NOTE: during the weighing it is possible to lock / unlock the tare by pressing at length the F5 key.
(!) LocK
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<< PoW.oFF >> AUTO SWITCH OFF
One enables/disables the auto switch-off after the scale is not used for 5 minutes, with plate unloaded.
ENABLED
DISABLED
(!) DISABLED
<< bt.StAt >> BATTERY LEVEL INDICATION
One selects whether to enable or disable the software check of the battery charge level: each time that the charge
goes down of a level, it is notified through the symbols on the LCD display (battery icon). See section “BATTERY
LEVEL INDICATION”, USER MAN.REF..
ENABLED
DISABLED
NOTE: by enabling the indication of the battery level, the backlight is automatically managed.
(!) DISABLED
<< baCkuP >> INSTRUMENT DATA BACKUP
By pressing ENTER the indicator display shows “SURE?”: press the ENTER to confirm or C to cancel the operation. In
the first case, one is asked to enable or not a password.
In the default steps (standard default, technical default, clearing of buffered ram, prints default or keys default), if a
backup of the data is present, one is asked to execute the normal default by pressing the ENTER key or to restore the
saved data by pressing the F1 key.
<< dFLt >> DEFAULT STANDARD
By pressing ENTER the indicator activates the default parameters (shown in bold and preceded by the exclamation
point at the end of each step) and the standard printouts; the LED display shows SURE?: press ENTER to confirm or
C to cancel the operation.
NOTE: THE CALIBRATION, THE DATABASES, THE INPUT TEXTS AND THE HEADINGS ARE NOT DELETED.
<< dFLt.t >> TECHNICAL DEFAULT (*)
By pressing ENTER the indicator activates the default parameters (shown in bold and preceded by an exclamation
point at the end of each step), the default printouts, initialises the database, cancels the input texts, the heading and
THE CALIBRATION; the LED display shows SurE?: press the ENTER key to confirm or C to cancel the operation.
(*) In case of approved instrument the step is not accessible.
<< PWd.SEt >> SET ACCESS PASSWORD TO SET-UP ENVIRONMENT
One configures whether to enable or disable the access password to the technical menu:
ENABLED
DISABLED
By selecting ENABLED, the instrument predisposes itself for the password entry, made up of up to 5 digits; when
finished entering confirm with ENTER.
The settable values go from 0 to 65534.
See section “SETUP ENVIRONMENT” for the functioning specifics.
(!) DISABLED
<< ini.AL >> INITIALIZES ALIBI MEMORY (*)
The initialisation cancels all the data stored in the Alibi memory; by pressing ENTER one is asked to confirm the
operation. The LED display shows SURE?; press ENTER again to confirm or another key to cancel.
At the end the "oK" message appears if the operation is made with success; otherwise the "Err" message is displayed.
NOTE: It is not possible to make the initialisation on an approved instrument
(*) In case of approved instrument the parameter is not accessible.
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<< d.SALE >> DIRECT SALE (*)
- NO
limitations disabled
- YES
limitations enabled
Refer to the user manual for the functioning description (USER MAN.REF.).
(!) NO
(*) In case of approved instrument the parameter is not accessible.
<< PC.kEyb >> PC KEYBOARD CONFIGURATION
<< kEy.uSE >> USE OF PC KEYBOARD INPUT
Normal Use of the external PC keyboard (see in the user manual section “INDICATOR CONNECTED TO PC
KEYBOARD”).
READER Enabling data reception from external reader (See relative manual).
(!) Normal
<< LAyout >> EXTERNAL PC KEYBOARD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
American / English
DEUTSCH
German
FRANCAIS
French
ITALIANO
Italian
ELLENIKA
Greek
(!) ENGLISH
<< diAG. >> DIAGNOSTICS MENU
It’s a submenu inside of which it is possible to check the software and hardware components of the scale, accessible also
during the weighing, keeping the F4 key pressed at length.
<< PrG.VEr >> FIRMWARE
Software version check.
<< WEiGht >> WEGHT
By pressing ENTER the display shows:
WEIGHT
dv(106)
0.049 (A)
020
S1
converter points per division
(A)=Analogue (D)=Digita
data per second of the converterl
Checked scale
If various scales are connected independently by pressing the F6 / F7 keys it is possible to select the scale to be
checked.
<< MiLLiV >> MILLIVOLT
Check of the load cell signal in millivolts, in three decimals.
By pressing ENTER the display shows:
MILLIVOLT
0.285 (D)
S1 CH=ALL DGX=ALL
Millivolt and type of cells: (A)=Analogue, (D)=Digital
Checked DGX (only with DGX type of cells)
Checked channel / digital load cell (With the DGX type of cells, it is the channel inside the DGX)
Checked scale
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If various scales are connected independently by pressing the F6 / F7 keys it is possible to select the scale to be
checked.
By pressing the F8 / F9 keys it is possible to move on the selection of the channel or the DGX (only with DGX type of
cells); the display indicates always the active selection:
MILLIVOLT
0.285 (D)
S1 CH=ALL DGX=ALL
By pressing always the F6 / F7 keys it is possible to select the value of the active
selection.
In the case the load cell is not connected or faulty, or the A/D converter is faulty, it is possible that floating values are
shown, or the message "Err.C.XX” appears (in which XX is the number of channel / digital load cell on which the faulty is
detected), if the signal exceed the underload / overload value of the converter.
To check if the A/D converter is faulty, disconnect the channel on which the faulty is detected and make a short between
SIG+ and SIG-; with non faulty A/D converter a mV value proxime to 0.000 will be displayed.
<< AdC.Pnt >> ADC POINTS
Check of the A/D converter points.
By pressing ENTER the display shows:
ADC POINTS
61283 (D)
S1 CH=ALL DGX=ALL
A/D converter points and type of cells: (A)=Analogue, (D)=Digital
Checked DGX (only with DGX type of cells)
Checked channel / digital load cell (With the DGX type of cells, it is the channel inside the DGX)
Checked scale
If various scales are connected independently by pressing the F6 / F7 keys it is possible to select the scale to be
checked.
By pressing the F8 / F9 keys it is possible to move on the selection of the channel or the DGX (only with DGX type of
cells); the display indicates always the active selection:
ADC POINTS
61283 (D)
S1 CH=ALL DGX=ALL
By pressing always the F6 / F7 keys it is possible to select the value of the active selection.
In the case the load cell is not connected or faulty, or the A/D converter is faulty, it is possible that floating values are
shown, or the message "Err.C.XX” appears (in which XX is the number of channel / digital load cell on which the faulty is
detected), if the signal exceed the underload / overload value of the converter.
To check if the A/D converter is faulty, disconnect the channel on which the faulty is detected and make a short between
SIG+ and SIG-; with non faulty A/D converter a number of point proxime to 0 will be displayed.
<< diSPLA >> DISPLAY
By pressing ENTER the instrument shows the display version and the led turns on.
By pressing a key all the leds (in the 3590E version) and LCD display pixels turn on for some seconds, after that the
indicator exit automatically from the step.
<< kEyb. >> KEYBOARD
By pressing ENTER the instrument displays 0; by pressing the keys one at a time, the relative codes are rebrought to
the display. One exits pressing the same key three times.
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<<CtS.St. >> CTS STATUS
By pressing ENTER the CTS signal type of the connected printer is shown on the display.
If the second CTS is enabled is possible scroll up and down with the rows to see the status of both CTS.
<< b.LEVEL >> BATTERY LEVEL
By pressing ENTER one views on the display the value of the battery input on the motherboard, read by the analogdigital converter.
<< PoWEr >> POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE
By pressing ENTER the display shows the value of the power adapter input on the motherboard, read by the analoguedigital converter.
<< rELE >> RELAY TEST
By pressing ENTER it is possible to test all the available relays; by selecting these one at a time with the arrow
keys, these are activated:
RL.01
…
RL.04
OUT1
RL.05
…
RL.16
OUT5
Relay of the main board.
OUT4
Relay of the expansion board (optional).
OUT16
<< inPutS >> INPUT TEST
By pressing ENTER it’s possible to test the status of the inputs; the display will show:
INPUTS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
in which the number on the first line identifies the input:
1
IN1
2
IN2
3
…
8
IN3
Inputs of the motherboard
Inputs of the expansion board
IN8
and the number each input corresponds to its status:
0 = disabled;
1 = enabled.
<< Anout >> ANALOGUE OUTPUT
If the instrument is fitted with the analogue output, through this step one can test if the values of the D/A converter (to be
entered at time of calibration) correspond with the relative values of the analogue output (in voltage or in current), see
section “ANALOGUE OUTPUT (OPTIONAL)”.
By pressing ENTER the display shows 0; enter a value between 0 and 65535 and confirm with ENTER; the instrument
will supply the corresponding analogue value in output.
To exit the test confirm twice with ENTER the same entered value.
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<< SEr. >> SERIAL PORTS TEST
By pressing ENTER it’s possible to redirect the data received by any serial port, on other serial ports.
<< SEr.nuM >> SERIAL NUMBER
Diagnostics check for use of the manufacturer.
<< P.tESt >> PRINTOUT TEST
By pressing ENTER the display shows FMT XX in which XX is the number of the printout format. Once the number has
been entered, by pressing ENTER it’s possible to execute a test printout of the selected format, with fixed weight
values. By entering the value “00” it’s possible to print all the formats in sequence.
<< Ev.LoG >> EVENTS VIEWER
Press ENTER to access to the step and then press F6 or F7 to select the type of events:
- METRIC (calibration, equalisation)
- BATTERY (power on, power off, power change)
- KEYBOARD (pressed keys in the setup environment)
- SETUP (default, setup modification, backup restore)
- FW UPDATE (firmware update)
Then, by pressing ENTER, the display shows the corresponding list. It’s possible to scroll the last 10 events of each
type.
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3.3 CALIBRATION
In case of various connected scales, each of them must be calibrated on its own, with its own capacity, division and unit of
measure.
In case of various digital cells / channels, in addition to the calibration, one must carry out the equalisation.
3.3.1 CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
SETUP
ENVIRONMENT
LAnG
(*) nuM.SCA
(!) N.SC. 1 …
N.SC. 8 (*)
CELtyP
Cells
Number
DGX
functioning
mode (§)
SEt.485
Number of
DGX cells
(§)
1, 2...16
(!) J.boX,
M.CELLS
XX
XX
Number of
DGX (§)
Serial
number
XX
XXXXXXXXXX
F.ModE
Analog, DGX,
RCD, CCI AD,
RC3D, C16i,
WWS
EquAL. (§)
SEtuP
ConFiG
SEL. SCA
PArAM.
(*) StAbiL.(§)
SLW.0 (!) – 3, H.R.0, H.R.1, FLT 0 – 3,
DYN.0 - 1, DOS.0 – 3, H.R.2 – 7, DYN.2 –
3, FLT.OFF, FLT.AV2, R.ADC D,
R.ADC S, Custom
diAG.
(*) Auto 0
(!) ENABLED, DISABLED, CYCLIC (§)
(*) 0.PErC
(!) 02
(*) 0.trACk
(!) TR.1/2, TR.1, TR.2, TR. no, TR.1/4
(*) diV.Stb.
00, … (!) 02, ... 99
(*) GrAV
9,75001 … 9,84999
(*) CALib.
dECiM.
(!) 3, no, 1, 2
u.M.
(!) KG, G, Lb, t
(*) 0.CALib
1
nuMbEr oF rAnGE
2
3
(!) 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200
CAP.1
(!) 100 … 999999
CAP.2
diV. 3
CAP.3
CALib.P
PointS
(*) AdJ.CEL (§)
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M.diViS
diV. 1
diV. 2
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1)
Enter the Setup of the instrument;
(upon start-up, press for an instant the TARE key while the instrument version is displayed)
2)
Set the number of used channels; enter in the nuM.SCA step and select with the arrow keys:
- N.SC. 1
- N.SC. 2
- N.SC. 3
- N.SC. 4
- N.SC. 5
- N.SC. 5
- N.SC. 7
- N.SC. 8
and select the type of cells used and the number of digital cells / analogue channels connected for each scale.
3)
Enter in the configuration menu of the calibration, in other words SEtuP >> ConFiG>> CALib. and press ENTER.
4)
Select the scale to be configured with the keys (only if nuM.SCA > 1) and press ENTER.
5)
Execute the equalisation (only in case of more digital cells / channels connected to the scale), like described in section
“CELL EQUALISATION PROCEDURE”.
6)
Select the calibration menu, in other words CALib. and press ENTER.
7)
Set the number of calibration decimals: select the dECiM. step and press ENTER, with the keys move the
decimal point in the desired position and press ENTER.
(!) 100
8)
Set the unit of measure: select the u.M. step and press ENTER, with the keys select the unit of measure: grams
(- g -), kilograms (- kg -), tons (- t -) or pounds (- lb -) and press ENTER.
(!) kg
9)
Select the number of calibration range (the LCD display shows in sequence the “SELECT THE NUMBER OF
RANGES" message): if there is only one measuring range, select 1 and confirm with ENTER; with various fields (up to
3), the type of functioning will be requested (the display shows in sequence the message RANGE.T): select “M.Range”
(if a multirange scale) or “M.Divis” (if a multidivisional scale) and confirm with ENTER.
10) Set the division of the scale or the division of the first range: select the diV. 1 step and press ENTER,
with the keys select the value (1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200) and press ENTER.
(!) 1
11) Set the capacity of the scale or the first range: select the CAP.1 step and press ENTER, set the value (minimum 100
maximum 999999) and press ENTER.
TAKE NOTE: enter the whole value including the decimal digits; for example if the capacity should be over 6 kg and
the division 0.001kg (= 1 g), set 6000, or if the capacity should be 1500 kg and the division 0.5 kg, set 15000.
(!) 100
NOTE: if the range number set in step 9) is equal to 1, pass directly to point 16)
12) Set the division of the second range: select step diV. 2 and press ENTER, with the keys select the value (1, 2, 5,
10, 20, 50, 100, 200) and press ENTER.
(!) 1
13) Set the second range: select step CAP.2 and press ENTER, set the value (minimum 100 maximum 999999) and press
ENTER.
NOTE: if the range number set in step 9) is equal to 2, pass directly to point 16)
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14) Set the division of the third range: select step diV. 3 and press ENTER, with the keys select the value (1, 2, 5,
10, 20, 50, 100, 200) and press ENTER.
(!) 1
15) Set the third range: select step CAP.2 and press ENTER, set the value (minimum 100 maximum 999999) and press
ENTER.
16) Carry out the acquisition of the calibration points: select the CALib.P step and press ENTER.
The instrument will request the following in this order:
Number of signal linearization points: the "CALIBRATION POINTS" message will appear followed by " 1 "; enter the
value (from 1 to 8 points, besides ZERO) and press ENTER.
ZERO point: the message "UNLOAD THE SCALE AND PRESS ENTER" appears; unload the scale and press ENTER.
First linearization point: "Point 1" message will appear followed by the request to enter the value of the calibration
weight; enter the value with the numeric keyboard and press ENTER. It will be requested to put the calibration weight
on the scale (display LCD) and to press ENTER.
Following calibration points: as the above.
17) if various scales need to be calibrated, press the C key twice until the display show “SEL.SCA”, select the following
scale to be calibrated and repeat all the operations from point 4).
If, on the other hand, the calibration is finished, press various times the C key until the instrument asks for saving and
confirming with ENTER.
3.3.1 CALIBRATION PROCEDURE OF WIRELESS PLATFORMS (WWSRF) CONNECTED TO 3590EKR
The calibration of the WWSRF platforms connected to the 3590EKR indicator can be executed in two different modes:
it is possible to calibrate every single platform and then receive the configurations on the repeater, or it is possible to
calibrate the platforms by executing the operations on the 3590EKR instrument.
3.3.1.1 CALIBRATION EXECUTED ON THE 3590EKR
In the case in which the calibration of the WWSRF platforms requires the use of sample weights having dimensions such
that it is not possible to operate on the built-in indicator, it is necessary to follow this procedure that allows to execute the
calibration of each platform directly from the 3590EKR indicator:
1) For each indicator of the platforms, enter in the SET-UP environment (when turned on, press the TARE key for an
instant while the version is displayed) and set the 485 address in the SEtuP >> SEriAL >> CoM.PC >> PCModE >>
485 step: the entered value corresponds to the number of the channel associated to that platform.
Enter in the SEtuP >> ConFiG >> CALib step and configure the capacity of the WWSRF by setting the steps
“dECi” (number of decimals), “u.M.” (unit of measure), “diV” (scale division), “rAnGE1” (capacity value).
2) Press many times the C key until the indicator displays “SAVE?”: confirm with ENTER to store.
3) Enter in the SET-UP environment of the 3590EKR (when turned on, press the TARE key for an instant while the
version is displayed).
4) Enter in the << nuM.SCA >> step and select with the keys the number of platforms that have
to be calibrated; confirm with ENTER. Then set the type of each cell on “DIGITAL WWS”.
5) Enter the MACHINE CODE related to the 3590EKR: one has to set a value greater than the number of WWSRF
platforms connected. Then set the OFFSET ADDRESS with the value 00. Once this value has been confirmed,
the display shows the message ”GET WWS CONFIG?”. Press ENTER, then select with the keys “ENABLED”
in the “radio” parameter and confirm. One is asked to enter the radio channel: enter the value with the numeric
keyboard and press ENTER. The instrument receives the configuration parameter of the platforms (for each platform
the “R.CFG.X“ message is displayed on the LCD display).
NOTE: by setting in the offset address a value different than 00, it’s possible to receive the configuration of
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a lower number of platforms. For example if the system consists of four platforms having the addresses 01, 02, 03
and 04 and one wants to use only the last two platforms, one has to select only two platforms in the step
<< nuM.SCA >> and set 02 as OFFSET ADDRESS. In this way the scale 1 and 2 will be respectively those with the
address 03 and 04.
6) Press various times the C key until the instrument displays “SAVE ?” and confirm with ENTER to store.
7) To calibrate a platform from the 3590EKR instrument, one has to enter in the SET-UP environment of the
corresponding built-in indicator while the weight repeater is on: the “REMOTE SETUP MANAGEMENT” message is
displayed on the LCD display of the repeater; in the LED display the steps of the setup environment of the
WWSRF are shown. The keys pressed on the 3590EKR are repeated on the indicator of the platform.
8) Enter in the SEtuP >> ConFiG >> CALib.P step:
- the “ntP”step is displayed, press ENTER, select with the keys the number of calibration points and confirm
with ENTER.
- enter in the “tP0” (scale zero point) step: unload the scale and wait a few seconds, then press ENTER.
- select the “ddt1” (setting first sample weight) step; press ENTER, enter the weight value and confirm with
ENTER.
- select the “tP1” (acquisition of first sample weight) step: put the weight on the platform, wait a few seconds and
press ENTER.
- if there are various calibration points, repeat the operations for the “ddt2”, “tP2”, “ddt3”, “tP3” points.
9) Once the calibration has been executed, press many times the C key until the indicator displays “SAVE?”: confirm
with ENTER/PRINT to store and return to weighing.
10) Repeat the 6), 7) and 8) points of this procedure for each connected platform.
11) Enter in the << nuM.SCA >> step in the SET-UP environment of the 3590EKR and press the C key, the display
shows the message ”GET WWS CONFIG?”. Press ENTER to receive the calibrations of the platforms.
12) Press many times the C key until the indicator displays “SAVE?”: confirm with ENTER to store.
3.3.1.2 CALIBRATION EXECUTED ON THE INDICATOR OF THE WWSRF
It’s possible to calibrate each WWSRF by executing the operations on the built-in indicator and then receive the calibration
of all the platforms on the 3590EKR:
1) For each platform, follow the points 1), 8) and 9) of the procedure described in the previous section (3.3.2.1).
2) Enter in the SET-UP environment of the 3590EKR (when turned on, press the TARE key for an instant while the
firmware version is displayed).
3) Enter in the in the << nuM.SCA >> step and select with the keys the number of platforms that have
to be configured; confirm with ENTER. Then set the type of each cell on “DIGITAL WWS”.
4) Follow the points 5) and 6) of the procedure described in the previous section (3.3.2.1).
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3.3.3 LINEARISATION POINTS
By entering in the SEtuP >> ConFiG >> CALib >> PointS step it’s possible to access a menu which allows to view/modify
the linearization points of the last calibration made:
KEYS’ FUNCTIONS
F1
inserts a linearization point
F2
deletes a linearization point.
F3
copys a linearization point (waiting stability).
F4
copys ADC.POINT data (waiting stability).
F5
quickly copys ADC.POINT data (without waiting stability).
F6
scrolls forward the points.
F7
scrolls backward the points.
F8
moves cursor from right to left to select parameter, and press ENTER key, one is asked to enter desired
value.
F9
moves cursor from left to right to select parameter, and press ENTER key, one is asked to enter desired
value.
2nd F
switches from points to mV or vice versa.
HELP
shows the keys function.
ENTER
modifies a point (weight and converter points); while entering it confirm the values.
C
exits the programming; one is asked to save (the display shows ”ACTIVATE NEW CALIBATION ?“): with
ENTER one confirms, with another key one exits without saving. While entering a code, it quickly zeros the
present value.
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3.3.4 ZONE OF USE DIFFERENT THAN THE ZONE OF CALIBRATION:
If the zone of use is different than the calibration zone, one should:
1) Enter in the Set-up of the instrument;
(upon start-up, press for an instant the TARE key while the instrument version is displayed)
2) Enter in the configuration menu of the metric parameters, in other words, SEtuP >> ConFiG and press ENTER.
3) Set the calibration zone: enter in the GrAV step and set the gravitational acceleration value of the CALIBRATION
ZONE.
4) Execute the calibration, following the procedure shown in section “CALIBRATION”.
5) Set the zone of use: enter in the GrAV step and set the gravity acceleration value of the ZONE OF USE.
6) Press various times the C key until the instrument asks to save and confirm with ENTER.
7) The weight error caused by a different gravity attraction value between the zone of calibration and the zone of use is
automatically corrected.
3.3.5 QUICK ZERO CALIBRATION
Useful for calibrating only the ZERO point when a permanent tare weight is put on a platform (for example a roller unit).
1) Enter in the instrument set-up;
(upon start-up, press for an instant the TARE/ZERO key while the instrument version is displayed)
2) Enter in the configuration menu of the metric parameters, in other words, SEtuP >> ConFiG and press ENTER
3) Select the scale to be configured with the keys (only if nuM.SCA > 1) and press ENTER.
4) Select the 0.CALib step and press ENTER; the message "UNLOAD THE SCALE AND PRESS ENTER" appears."
5) Put the preset tare to be cleared on the scale or unload the scale and press ENTER.
6) Once the calibration has taken place, the LCD display shows the message “ZERO CALIBRATION EXECUTED”: by
pressing ENTER/PRINT, the instrument displays the thEo.CA step; if one needs to calibrate other scales, press the C
key, select the next scale to be calibrated and repeat all the operations from point 2.
If, on the other hand, the calibration is done, press various times the C key until the instrument asks to save and confirm
with ENTER.
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3.3.6 CELL EQUALISATION PROCEDURE
NOTE: - this procedure may be selected only if various digital cells / channels are connected to the scale.
- for this procedure it is advisable to use a weight of at least 1/3 of the capacity.
1) Enter in the instrument set-up;
(upon start-up, press for an instant the TARE key while the instrument version is displayed).
2) Enter in the configuration menu of the metric parameters, in other words SEtuP >> ConFiG and press ENTER.
3) Enter in the equalisation step: select the EquAL step and press ENTER. The display shows "SurE?": confirm with
ENTER in order to reset the previous memorised equalisation and proceed with the cell equalization. By pressing the
C key one can exit the equalisation.
4) The message "UNLOAD THE SCALE AND PRESS ENTER" will appear (zero equalization): unload the weighing
system and press ENTER.
5) The message "LOAD CELL 1" will appear (first cell equalization): put a calibration weight on the connected cell and
press ENTER.
6) The message "LOAD CELL 2" will appear (second cell equalization): put the same calibration weight on the
connected cell and press ENTER.
7) Repeat the previous operation, if requested, on each connected cell.
8) Return to step 8) of section “CALIBRATION PROCEDURE”.
NOTE: in case of equalisation error, one will be required to repeat the entire procedure.
3.3.7 ADJUSTMENT OF EQUALIZATION COEFFICIENT
It’s possible to adjust the equalization coefficients in order to correct a possible weight error.
1) Select the SEtuP >> ConFiG >> AdJ.CEL step and press ENTER.
2) One will be requested to execute the new equalisation ("SURE?"). Press ENTER to confirm or C to exit.
3) With the F8 and F9 keys choose the cell for which one wants to correct the coefficient: the LCD display shows the cell
number and the selected coefficient, next to it; on the other hand, the LED display shows the total weight on the scale.
4) Put one calibration weight on the connected scale.
5) With the F6 and F7 keys it’s possible to increase / decrease the suggested coefficient; the weight in the LCD display
will be modified consequently.
6) Return to step 3) to modify another cell coefficient.
At the end of all the operations:
a) Press ENTER to exit and save all the changes (the LCD display will show the "EXIT & SAVE?"message: press ENTER
to exit and confirm the changes; press C to stay in this step); or:
b) Press C to cancel all the changes (the LCD display will show the "EXIT & ABORT?" message: press ENTER to exit
and cancel all the changes; press C to stay in this step).
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3.3.8 SETTING THE COMMUNICATION WITH DIGITAL CELLS
Premise: Only load cells of the same model and the same capacity can compose two digital platforms.
In the case in which one chooses a digital cell type in the CELtyP step, the following operations are required:
1) Check the correct matching of the ComAuX to the COM3 in the step SEtuP >> SEriAL >> PortS.
2) Enter in the << nuM.SCA >> step and select the number of scales with the arrow keys. Then one has to set the
type of cells in the << CELtyP >> step and select the number of digital cells / analogue channels connected for each
scale. The selection of a digital load cell type sets the correct communication parameters with the cells (see SEtuP >>
SEriAL >> CoM.AuX step. Moreover ProtoC must be set as nonE).
3) In case of DGX conversion card selected as load cell type, it will be required to select the functioning mode.
4) Select “Multicells mode” in order to enable the conversion into digital of each single analogue load cell connected to all
the DGX cards.
5) It will be possible to enter the number of DGX cards that are used to convert the total load cells forming ALL THE
SCALES. EXAMPLE: with DGX8 conversion boxes one has to consider 2 cards for each used conversion box (for
example with 2 DGX8, set 4 DGX cards).
6) If the type of selected digital cells allows it, the display shows the << 485 ADDRESS >> step : press ENTER to access
setting of the 485 address of each load cell / DGX.
7) The first address is proposed, confirm with ENTER and set the first cell / DGX card serial number.
The last entered serial number is proposed for that address.
In the case of DGX conversion card selected as load cell type, after the serial number confirmation it will be possible to
enter the number of load cells connected to that conversion card.
Press ENTER to choose the next address and repeat the operations, or C to exit the step.
8) Once all the connected cells have been assigned, the message “-END-” will appear; by pressing the C key it will be
required to send the configuration; confirm with ENTER or press C to cancel.
The indicator informs with an acoustic signal and the text "Error" if:
a. The SEtuP >> SEriAL >> rEAdEr step is set as CoM.AuX;
b. One tries to enter an address with a value greater than the cell number set in the << CELtyP >> step;
c. The serial number is wrong or not corresponding to the ones of the connected cells;
d. The entered serial number is the same of the one of a cell already connected to the indicator with another 485
code. Correct the serial numbers till all of them are confirmed with "- oK -".
e. The serial number is correct but:
The type of cell set is wrong (see the << CELtyP >> step);
The assignment of the indicator ports is wrong (see the SEtuP >> SEriAL >> PortS step);
The cell communication parameters are wrong (moreover ProtoC must be set as none, see SEtuP >>
SEriAL >> CoM.AuX step);
There are some problems with the physical connection of the cells (expecially check the terminal
connections and the cell power supply);
f. The number of total load cells or the number of the load cells connected to a DGX is wrong.
In case of error, the LCD display shows the "rEtry?" message and it’s possible to press ENTER in order to repeat
the operation; otherwise, press C to exit the step.
9) Return to step 7) of section “CALIBRATION PROCEDURE”.
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3.3.9 THEORETICAL CALIBRATION
Premise: it’s possible to use this procedure if one does not have a sample weight available for carrying out a real
calibration.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Follow the steps described in section “CALIBRATION PROCEDURE” up to point 17;
Select the SEtuP >> ConFiG >> thEo.CA step and press ENTER;
It twill be requested if proceed with the new calibration ("SurE?"). Press ENTER to confirm, or C to cancel.
Set the cell capacity
Enter the cell capacity (the unit of measure is the one configured for the scale: minimum value scale capacity,
maximum value 999999) and confirm with ENTER.
5) In case of analogue cells:
Set the cell sensivity in mV/V :
Enter the cell sensivity in mV/V (max 99.99999 mV/V) and confirm with ENTER.
In case of various connected cells through the junction box, enter the average of the value; in case of dependent
channels, enter the sum of the value.
In case of digital cells:
Set the cell points at the full range capacity :
Enter the full range capacity digital value (see the load cell datasheet:
minimum value is double the scale capacity, maximum value 9999999) and confirm with ENTER.
At the end of the calibration, the display shows the message "CALIBRATION EXECUTED" and automatically exits the step,
applying the new calibration.
4. DISPLAY OF THE GRAVITY ACCELERATION AND CORRECTION OF THE
WEIGHING ERROR due to the different gravity acceleration between calibration zone
and utilisation zone
This instrument conforms to the laws currently in force regarding non-automatic weighing instruments.
Such g-sensitive instruments are influenced by the gravitational acceleration value “g” of the utilisation zone, hence it is
compulsory to indicate, with a label or on the display, the value of “g” of the utilisation zone where the weighing machine
can be used.
Therefore a special programme has been created to compensate for any differences in the gravitational attraction between
the place where the weighing machine is calibrated and the place of utilisation, eliminating in this way the error entered on
the weight.
During configuration the “g” values relative to the utilisation zone and to the zone of calibration are entered at a certain
programming step which eliminates the weight error introduced by the different gravitational attraction value.
When turned on, by pressing the 2ndF key, the instrument displays the “g” value relative to the gravitational zone of use for
a few seconds, after the name and the installed software version.
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5. SERIAL OUTPUTS
The indicator is fitted with three serial ports, both having the output in ASCII code compatible with a wide range of printers,
remote displays, PCs and other devices; in the SET-UP ENVIRONMENT one is allowed to match these ports with any
available configuration (“ComPC”, “ComPrn” and “ComAux”), in order to satisfy the most varied applications.
Signal
TX
RX
GND
CTS
AMP Connector
COM1/COM3
COM2
(RS232)
(RS232)
1
1
2
2
6
6
2
3
Terminal board
COM2
(RS232)
18
19
16
17
COM1
(RS232)
14
15
16
15
COM3
(RS485)
22 A(+)
23 B(-)
-
By the step SEtuP >> SEriAL >> PortS it is possible select the function of the serial ports:
Parameter
PC.Pr.AX (!)
PC.AX.Pr
Pr.PC.AX
Pr.AX.PC
AX.PC.Pr
AX.Pr.PC
COM 1
ComPC
ComPC
ComPrn
ComPrn
ComAux
ComAux
COM 2
ComPrn
ComAux
ComPC
ComAux
ComPC
ComPrn
COM 3
ComAux
ComPrn
ComAux
ComPC
ComPrn
ComPC
ComPC: data transmission/reception to PC/PLC, printer, repeater.
ComPrn: data transmission to printer, repeater.
ComAux: data transmission/reception to printer, repeater, remote scale, barcode reader, digital cells.
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!! IMPORTANT !!
THE CONNECTION AND THE SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION OF THE SERIAL PORTS MUST BE MADE BY
TECHNICAL PERSONNEL WHO KNOWS THE PROCEDURES ON THE BASIS OF THE USER’S NEEDS.
The data transmission cable must be kept away from the AC power supply lines.
!! REMOVE VOLTAGE BEFORE OPENING THE INSTRUMENT !!
THE STANDARD CONFIGURATION OF THE SERIAL PORTS IS THE FOLLOWING:
Baud rate = 9600, Parity = None, Data word = 8, Stop bit = 1, CTS signal = No Cts. The configuration may be modified in
the SET-UP environment in the << SEriAL >> step.
5.1 RS 485 CONNECTION
IMPORTANT:
Respect the electrical precautionary measures indicated in section “REQUIREMENTS
FOR AN OPTIMAL INSTALLATION”.
In the case of digital load cells connection read carefully and apply what is described
in chapter “DIGITAL LOAD CELLS”.
Below is the RS485 connection of the indicator in the CoM3:
Meaning
TX+/RX+
TX-/RX-
Indicator
Serial line
22 A(+)
23 B(-)
On the same RS 485 line it’s possibile to connect up to 32 devices, among indicators, digital load cells, 485/232 signal
converter.
Figura 1: electrical diagram of RS485 connections.
Use a STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cable in order to make the connection (twisted and shielded pair/s with single
shielding for each pair through aluminium band and total shielding through external sheathing).
The maximum reachable length from the line with the use of the appropriate cable for RS 485 connections, the twisted
2x24 AWG duplex cable, shielded with external sheathing + aluminium band, is of about 1200 meters (see section
“MAXIMUM CABLE LENGTH”).
With very long cables, the cable capacity (normally near 50pF/m) starts being a dominant factor in the power
consumption and increases with the increase of speed.
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This implies that the maximum distance can not be covered with the maximum possible speed. For an
approximate value, one can consult the following table:
Baud rate
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
57600
115200
Total capacity of
the cable (pF)
400000
200000
100000
50000
25000
12000
8000
4000
As a general rule, if one has any doubts, it is always preferable to choose the cable with a greater section.
Verify that the grounding satisfies the requirements of section “EARTHING SYSTEM”. Especially, all the digital masses,
as well as the analogue masses, and the power circuits, must be connected to the grounding bar and this last one must
be connected to the grounding pole.
The shielding can be connected into a single point of the entire network (as shown in Figure 1) or both its ends, however
it’s important that all the masses have the same potential, in order to avoid the forming of current rings.
On the RS485 network normally one connects 2 termination resistances equal to the characteristic impedance of the
cable (tipically 120 Ω, see Figure 1), ONLY on the 2 devices which are at the 2 ends of the cable. The terminal
resistance is not supplied with the ports of the indicator.
The difference of potential between the A(+) and B(-) terminals in rest conditions (for example with instrument in set-up
phase), must be of at least 0,2 V.
To create a resistive divider which maintains this difference of potential also when all the transmitters are disabled, inert
in the RS485 port of the indicator where there are the termination resistances, the polarisation or fail-safe resistences
(RFS in Figure 1). The value of these resistances is between 390 Ω and 2,2 kΩ.
NOTE: in particular, the value of each of these resistances must be greater than the value calculable through the
formula:
Req  Vdc

RFS =
×
− 1
2  0,2 
in which:
• Vdc is the power supply voltage of the line
• Req is the overall resistance to the A(+) a B(-) heads, supplied by the parallel of the 2 termination
resistances and all the input resistances of the devices connected to the bus.
FOR EXAMPLE:
Presuming that a connection has 120 Ω as termination resistance and 32 connected devices, each having an input
impedance of 12 kΩ. The Vdc power supply is 5 V.
One calculates Req , equal to about 52 Ω, and RFS which must be at least equal to 624 Ω.
The connection between the indicator and the digital load cells is made with RS485 protocol in the COM3 configured as
CoMAuX. The indicator can be connected with up to 16 digital load cells.
It’s possible to connect the indicator to digital load cells with 485 4-wire protocol through 422/232 converter. In this case
one is required to connect the double TX of RS422 cable to TX+ and TX- converter’s pins and the double RX of RS422
cable to RX+ and RX- converter’s pins
In case of connection with non Dini Argeo devices, there may be different ways of line marking: generally one presumes
that the A/B indication corresponds to the +/- and HI/LO markings, but this is not always true. Therefore, if the device
does not function, one should try inverting the connections even if everything seems to be correct.
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For the correct functioning of the digital load cells, one should, in any case respect all the rules given in the relatvive
specific manuals.
5.2 PC CONNECTION
9 PIN CONNECTOR
INDICATOR
TX
RX
GND
9 pin Collector
2
3
5
Color
Pink
Yellow
Grey
RJ45 CONNECTOR
INDICATOR
(RJ45 connector)
TX 6
RX 3
GND 5
9 pin
Collector
2
3
5
Color
Orange
Blue/White
Green/White
5.3 PRINTER CONNECTION
INDICATOR
WTY280 /SMT80
9pin (female)
TMU295 /LX300
25pin (female)
TX
CTS
GND
3
4
7
3
20
7
INDICATOR
TPR
GND
CTS
TX
GND
CTS
RX
+VP e +VC
GND e GND
LP542 Plus
/TTP243/SMTPLUS
9pin (female)
3
8
5
STANDARD
CABLE
Black
Yellow
Grey
TPR printer power supply
STANDARD CABLE Terminal box
Red and Orange
5 Vaux
Black and Black
16 GND
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5.4 TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS
STANDARD
The weight data transmission on the serial port happens in the following format:
[CC]HH,KK,PPPPPPPP,UM<CR LF>
In which:
[available in ComPc, ComPrn, ComAux]
[CC] = instrument code, es.00 (only with RS485 protocol)
HH =
UL
OL
ST
US
Underload
Overload
Weight stability
Weight instability
,
Comma character
KK =
NT
GS
,
Comma character
Net Weight
Gross Weight
PPPPPPPP = Weight (8 digits including the possible sign and decimal point).
,
Comma character
UM =
Unit of measure (Kg, g, t, lb)
<CR LF>
Carriage Return + Line Feed
(ASCII Characters 13 and 10)
AF STRING
The weight data transmission on the serial port happens in the following format:
[CC]SS,B,LLLLLLLLLLUM,YYTTTTTTTTTTUM<CR LF>
in which:
[available in ComPc]
[CC] = instrument code, es.00 (only with RS485 protocol)
SS
UL
OL
ST
US
,
Comma character
B
Scale Number
,
Comma character
LLLLLLLLLL
Underload
Overload
Weight stability
Weight instability
Gross weight (10 digits including the possible sign and decimal point).
UM =
Unit of measure (Kg, g, t, lb)
,
Comma character
YY
2 spaces if the tare is automatic
PT if a tare is pre-set or set manually
TTTTTTTTTT Tare weight (10 digits including the possible sign and decimal point).
UM =
Unit of measure (Kg, g, t, lb)
<CR LF>
Carriage Return + Line Feed
(ASCII Characters 13 and 10)
[available for ComPc, ComPrn, ComAux]
DINI ARGEO REPEATER
Transmission protocol for connection to a Dini Argeo weight repeater. It transmits the weight value shown on the LED
display to the Dini Argeo weight display.
NOTE: In this case, the setting of the SEtuP >> SEriAL >> CoM PC >> PC.ModE parameter has no relevance.
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LCD REPEATER
With this transmission protocol, it is possible to repeat the messages shown on the LCD display.
The data is transmitted in the following format:
[available in ComPc]
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + CR + LF
in which:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
=
Data shown on the first line of the LCD display
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
=
Data shown on the second line of the LCD display
CR
=
Carriage Return
LF
=
Line Feed
MONODIRECTIONAL
[available for ComPc]
Through this communication protocol the serial command management is excluded, in order to avoid possible responses to
data received from the port in case of use of the 485 serial line; it can be useful when one uses the port for transmitting a
printout, and various devices are connected on the same 485 line. With this protocol the data and serial command reception
is disabled.
ALIBI MEMORY
[available in ComPc, ComPrn]
If the indicator is fitted with the alibi memory, one should set this parameter in order to store the weighs using the print key
and transmitting the string through the PC serial port; see the protocol specifications in the “ALIBI MEMORY” section in the
user manual.
Furthermore, by enabling the protocol on the ComPC, a string containing the weighing data memorized, will be transmitted.
NOTE: in the ComPrn the string will not be transmitted.
[available for ComPc]
SMA
Serial communication protocol of the Scale Manufacturers Associations (SMA). See relative manual.
MODBUS
See the relative manual.
[available for ComPc]
[available for ComPc]
PROFIBUS
The 485 address is the code which identifies the instrument among those connected in the PROFIBUS transmission mode.
See the relative manual.
MULTI – REPEATER
[available in ComPc, ComPrn]
Through this communication protocol is possible to configure up to five weight repeater so that each they shows differt
information.
Transmit string:
01PPPPPPP + CR + LF
02SSSSSSS + CR + LF
03XXXXXXX + CR + LF
04YYYYYYY + CR + LF
05ZZZZZZZ + CR + LF
in which:
01,02,03,04,05
PPPPPPP
SSSSSSS
XXXXXXX
YYYYYYY
ZZZZZZZ
repeater address
gross weight on 7 digits (including sign and decimal point) of the scale 1
gross weight on 7 digits (including sign and decimal point) of the scale 2
gross weight on 7 digits (including sign and decimal point) of the scale 3
gross weight on 7 digits (including sign and decimal point) of the scale 4
data display on 7 digits on LED display (including sign and decimal point)
If the number of connected scales is less than 4, dashes are transmitted for each of the scales that are not used.
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REPEATER DC
[available in ComAux]
This protocol can coexist with the communication with digital cell and only match with AUX serial line; selected the protocol,
one is asked to set configuration of each connected platform, selectable parameters are:
NO
ONLY IF SELECTED
ALWAYS
the relative data is never sent
the relative data is sent only if select the platform
the data is sent independently from the selection
In this way it’s possible to have N displays which can be used for the current data on a platform or the sum of data on all
platforms.
Example: if one wants to use 5 displays, one for each platform, and one for the continuous display of the sum, one has to
set the display code at 1 (for platform 1), 2 (for platform 2), 3 (for platform 3), 4 (for platform 4) and 5 (for the platforms’
sum). Depending on the selection made in the setup it will be possible to view the weight: always, never, or only when the
platform is selected.
5.5 TRANSMISSION MODES
Data transmission from PC Serial Port can be done in 5 different ways:
TRANSMISSION ON REQUEST
[available in ComPC]
It requires an external command from the PC to send the data requested. Transmission can take place at any time
requested.
CONTINUOUS TRANSMISSION
[available in ComPC, ComPrn, ComAux]
- ComPC:
Continuous transmission of the standard string (ProtoC = StAnd step), or of the extended AF0X string
(ProtoC = AF0X step) or continuous transmission of the personalised string.
This mode is used for interfacing with computers, remote displays and other devices that require a constant
update of data regardless of weight stability (10 transmissions per second with Baud rate at 9600 and stable
weight).
- ComPrn:
The indicator transmits continuously the data configured in the 01 print format.
Alternatively, by setting only the“300”block in the 01 print format, it is possible to transmit the STANDARD
STRING (or the AF0X STRING, if configured for the PC port).
For configuration details of the print formats, see section “PROGRAMMING THE PRINTOUTS”.
- ComAux: The weight transmission on the serial port takes place with the STANDARD protocol.
[available in ComPC]
TRANSMISSION ON STABILITY
Transmission is automatic each time the weight put on the platform reaches stability ("~" pilot light off); the minimum
transmission limit is of 10 divisions with a NON APPROVED instrument and 20 divisions with an APPROVED instrument.
The reactivation of the transmission takes place depending on how the F.ModE >> rEACt “REACTIVATIONS” parameter of
the SET-UP environment has been set (passage by zero of the net weight or weight instability).
RS485 TRANSMISSION
[available in ComPC]
On Com3 is available a RS485 Half Duplex serial output, enabling the possibility of bi-directional communication up to 63
indicators to just one computer.
The transmission protocol is the same as that of transmission upon request, with the adding of a code that identifies the
weight indicator (i.e. “00READ <CR LF>”)
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5.6 SERIAL COMMANDS FORMAT
LEGEND
[CC] o <II>
<CR LF>
<ESC>
<STX>
b
Instrument code, e.g. 00 (only with RS485 protocol)
Carriage Return + Line Feed (ASCII characters 13 and 10)
ASCII character ASCII 27
ASCII character ASCII 02
Space character, ASCII 32.
SERIAL ERRORS
Upon each serial command received the instrument transmits a string containing the answer (see the command
description) or it transmits one of the following indications:
OK<CR LF> It is shown when a correct command is transmitted from the PC to the indicator. The OK
answer does not imply that the instrument executes the zero.
ERR01<CR LF> It is shown when a correct command is transmitted from the PC to the indicator however
it is followed by letters inserted involuntarily (I.E.: READF, TARES…).
ERR02<CR LF> It is shown when a correct command is transmitted from the PC to the indicator, but
containing wrong data.
ERR03<CR LF> It is shown when a non allowed command is transmitted. It may be a command not used
in the selected functioning mode or the command reaches the indicator in the instant in
which the keyboard buffer is already occupied by another command.
ERR04<CR LF> It is shown when an inexistent command is transmitted.
NOTE: The instrument doesn’t transmit any indication with the short commands, like the ones made up of only one letter
and then the possible parameter.
COMMANDS
Version reading:
Instrument’s answer:
in which:
[CC]VER<CR LF>
[CC]VER,vvv,E-AF03bb<CR LF>
vvv is the firmware version
Data reading:
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]READ<CR LF> or: [CC]R<CR LF>
see section “TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS”.
Semiautomatic tare:
[CC]TARE<CR LF> or: [CC]T<CR LF>
Preset tare:
in which:
[CC]TMANTTTTTT<CR LF> or: [CC]WTTTTTT<CR LF> (short command)
W= command
TTTTTT = tare in ASCII, max 6 characters
Example: W10.0 <CR LF>
Checked tare:
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]TAREB<CR LF>
[CC]OK<CR LF>: tare executed
[CC]KO<CR LF>: tare is not allowed (tare disabled, weight instability, weight in
overload, etc.)
Zero:
[CC]ZERO<CR LF> or: [CC]Z<CR LF>
Checked zero:
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]ZEROB<CR LF>
[CC]OK<CR LF>: zero executed
[CC]KO<CR LF>: zero is not allowed (weight instability, weight in overload, etc.)
Clear:
[CC]CLEAR<CR LF> or: [CC]C<CR LF>
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Reading of extended weight string: [CC]REXT<CR LF>
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]B,hh,NNNNNNNNNN,YYTTTTTTTTTT,PPPPPPPPPP,MMMMMMMMMM,uu<CR LF>
in which:
[CC] =
B=
hh =
NNNNNNNNNN =
YY =
TTTTTTTTTT =
PPPPPPPPPP =
MMMMMMMMMM =
uu =
CR =
LF =
INSTRUMENT CODE IN THE FORMAT OF TWO ASCII DECIMAL DIGITS
ONLY WHEN THE 485 PROTOCOL IS SELECTED (FOR EXAMPLE 00)
scale number (zero for the remote scale)
UL
Underload
OL
Overload
ST
Stability of the display
US
Instability of the display
net weight on 10 characters including sign and decimal point
"PT" if the tare weight is entered with the keyboard, otherwise YY = " " (two space characters) if
the tare weight is weighed
tare weight on 10 characters including sign and decimal point
always 0
always 0
Unit of measure "Kg" "bg" "bt" "lb
Carriage Return (ascii character decimal code 13)
Line Feed (ascii character decimal code 10)
Net/Gross change:
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]NTGS<CR LF>
[CC]OK<CR LF> if the command NTGS has been RECEIVED.
[CC]ERR04<CR LF> if the entire command is wrong.
Print:
[CC]PRNT<CR LF> or: [CC]P<CR LF>
Checked print:
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]PRNTB<CR LF>
[CC]OK<CR LF>: print executed
[CC]KO<CR LF>: print is not allowed (weight instability, print not reactivation, cts
error, etc.)
Scale switch:
in which:
[CC]CGCHn<CR LF> or[CC]Qn<CR LF>
n = scale number (from 1 to 4)
Example:Q1+CR
Reading the number of entered articles and total articles:
Instrument response:
In which :
0=
article index
0003=
the number of entered articles
0100=
the number of total articles
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Reading the content of entered article:
[CC]RREC,0,0001<CR LF>
Instrument response:
[CC]RREC,0,0001 + content<CR LF>
in which:
0=
database index
xxxx=
number of the article
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]RREC,0,xxxx,content,CC<CR LF>
in which:
0=
database index
xxxx=
number of the article
The content consists of the following fields, in this order:
description 1;
description 2;
description 3;
description 4;
description 5;
initial value of the analogue output;
PID error;
PID error sum;
flow rate target;
dosage target;
dosed weight;
number of dosages
CC=
checksum
Example:
Command: [CC]RREC,0,0001<CR LF>
Instrument’s answer:
RREC,0,0001,DESCR.1;D.2;TEXT3;D.4;DESCR. 5;300;0;0; 25.8;
1.500;
6.042;8;,30
Note: the dimension of some fields depends on the number of digits/characters inserted in the corresponding parameters;
these fields are: description 1, description 2, description 3, description 4, description 5, initial value of the analogue output,
PID error, PID error sum, number of dosages.
Reading the selected article number:
[CC]GREC00<CR LF>
Instrument response:
[CC]GREC,0,0003<CR LF>
In which :
0=
article index
0003=
the article 3 has been selected
[CC]GREC,0,XXXX<CR LF>
in which:
if the article had not been selected
0=
XXXX=
database index
number of selected article
Selection of an entered article:
[CC]SREC,0,0003<CR LF>
In which :
0=
article index
0003= selecting / deselecting article 3 (premise: article 3 has been entered)
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]SREC,0,xxxx,OK<CR LF> if the article had been entered
[CC]SREC,0,xxxx,KO<CR LF> if the article had not been entered ,
in which:
0=
xxxxx=
database index
number of the article
Deselection of the selected article:
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]SREC,0,9999,OK<CR LF>
[CC]SREC,0,9999<CR LF>
in which:
database index
0=
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Reading text sections of custom language tool:
Instrument response:
in which:
[CC]TSECT<CR LF>
[CC]12<CR LF>
12 = the indicator have 12 text sections.
If “TSECT” is followed by 2 digits (from 00 to 11), it will show index name of each text section.
Temporary view of message on the display:
[CC]DISPNNVVVVVV<CR LF>
in which:
NN: display number of the indicator, standard 00 (ASCII hex)
V: character to be displayed (at least 1, cut off at the number of characters which
may be viewed by the indicated display)
The message remains for the time configured through the DINT command; if one selects to view the message permanently
on a display and one wants to cancel the operation, transmit the DISPNN command without any message: the display,
specified in the command (NN) goes back to view the usual information relative to the selected functioning mode.
Setting a display viewing interval:
in which:
[CC]DINTXXNNNN<CR LF>
XX: code which identifies the display (00 for LED, 01 for LCD)
NNNN: visualisation interval (in milliseconds), N is an ASCII hex character; for
example, to set a visualisation time of 2 seconds (therefore 2000 milliseconds),
which converted into hex become 07D0, the command becomes
DINT0007D0<CR><LF>.
By setting NNNN = 0000, the transmitted message with the DISP command (see above) remains permanently viewed on
the selected display.
With approved instrument
- for the display 00 (LED display), the maximum settable time is 5 seconds (5000 milliseconds, HEX 1388), one should
wait for the end of an eventual current visualisation before viewing a following one.
Reading of converter points relative to the weight: [CC]RAZF<CR LF>
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]SS,RZ,RRRRRRRRRR,vv<CR LF>
In which:
SS
UL
Underload
OL
Overload
ST
Stability of the weight
US
Instability of the weight
RRRRRRRRRR Value of converter points (10 characters)
Reading of microvolts relative to the weight: [CC]MVOL<CR LF>
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]SS,VL,MMMMMMMMMM,uv<CR LF>
In which:
SS
UL
Underload
OL
Overload
ST
Stability of the weight
US
Instability of the weight
MMMMMMMMMM Value of microvolts (10 characters)
Reading of net weight with sensitivity times 10:
[CC]GR10<CR LF>
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]SS,GX,VVVVVVVVVV,UM<CR LF>
In which:
SS
UL
Underload
OL
Overload
ST
Stability of the weight
US
Instability of the weight
GX
Weighing times 10 status
VVVVVVVVVV Value of net weight times 10 (10 characters)
UM
Unit of measure (Kg, g, t, lb)
NOTE: The instrument does not transmit the OK answer to the short commands (R, T, Z, P….).
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Modification of GR10 command response:
in which:
[CC]GR10X<CR LF>
GR10= command
X E enabled
X D disabled
Example: GR10E<CR LF>
If enabled, it modifies the format of the GR10 command response string: it responds to the GR10 command with the
number of the active scale in the place of the “GX – weighing status x 10” ).
The setting is valid when the indicator is turned off. To save it permanently in the instrument one should transmit the
command in the set-up status.
Setpoint command:
in which:
[CC]STPTnFxxxxxxOyyyyyy<CR LF>
n, expressed in hexadecimals, indicates the number of SETPOINTS (1, 2, 3, 8, 9,
A, B, C, D, E, F).
F : the following weight value indicates the DISABLING of the relays (OFF).
O : the following weight value indicates the ENABLING of the relays (ON).
xxxxxx and yyyyyy take on the enabling or disabling setpoint value: the digits must
be entered WITHOUT decimal point, omitting the NON significant zeros.
Example in case of instrument with 10,000 kg capacity and 1 g division:
Command : STPT1F5000O6500 (Disabling of first relay at 5 kg and enabling at 6,5 kg)
Answer: OK
NOTE: Negative answer in the following conditions:
- one of the two entered values surpasses the capacity.
- one of the two entered values has a minimum division which is incongruent with the one set in the instrument.
- the disabling value surpasses the enabling one.
AFXX type string reading and scale information:
[CC]RALL<CR LF>
Instrument’s answer:
[AFXX string] B,NNNNNNNUM,LLLLLLLUM,SSS,AAA,CCC,TTT,XXXXX-YYYYYY<CR LF>
dove:
B
Number of platform on which the totalisation has been made.
NNNNNNNUM
Last net weight totalized with unit of measure.
LLLLLLLUM
Last gross weight totalized with unit of measure.
SSS
Scale status: 000 start-up
001 weighing
002 selection of functioning mode
003 generic menu
004 set-up menu
005 user menu
006 exit from set-up
007 Update Firmware status
008 setting of user default
009 setting of technical default
010 switch channel
011 setting of technical default
012 Test of the PC serial ports
013 Test of the PRN serial ports
AAA
Counter of pressed keys.
CCC
Code of last key pressed.
TTT
Counter of totalisations.
XXXXX
Last rewriting number stored in the Alibi memory.
YYYYYY
Last weigh number stored in the Alibi memory.
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Reading of the instrument serial number:
[CC]SN<CRLF>
Instrument’s answer: [CC]SN: XXXXXXX<CRLF>
In which:
XXXXXX
serial number (can have more than 6 digits)
Reading of the board information:
[CC]BOARD<CRLF>
Instrument’s answer:
[CC]LOADER: aaa, BOARD ID: bbb, BOARD REV: ccc, HWCFG: ddd, SN: xxx, BOARD NAME: nnn<CRLF>
In which:
aaa
bbb
ccc
ddd
xxx
nnn
loader version in hex form (e.i. 203 for loader 2.03)
board ID (numeric value)
board revision (numeric value)
hardware config. (numeric value)
serial number
board name (up to 8 characters)
5.7 ADVANCED COMMANDS
[GKBB] Reading of the data in the keyboard buffer:
This following command allows for the reading of the data in the keyboard buffer (max 20 keys) (only if the transmission
of the pressed keys code is disabled):
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Example
Result
<ESC><II>GKBB<STX>
- <ESC><II>OK<STX> if the buffer is empty
- If the buffer is not empty, two hexadecimal characters for each key, in
the order in which these have been pressed, from left to right.
<ESC>01GKBB<STX>
If for example, with empty keyboard buffer, the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 keys have
been pressed, the instrument answer will be the following:
<ESC>0B0C0D0E0F10<STX>
NOTE: the reading of the keyboard buffer causes the cancellation.
[EKBB] Cancellation of the data inside in the keyboard buffer:
With this command it is possible to cancel the contents of the keyboard buffer (only in the case in which the
transmission of the pressed keys’ code is disabled):
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Example
Result
<ESC><II>EKBB<STX>
<ESC><II>OK<STX>
<ESC>01EKBB<STX>
Cancellation of the keyboard buffer
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[OUTP] Enabling/disabling of the relay output:
Syntax
Format
Parameters
<ESC><II> OUTPNVVVV <STX> or <ESC><II> OUTPNNVVVV <STX>
- N = output number (expressed in hexadecimals)
- 0 to enable simultaneously all the outputs
- from 1 to 4 to identify the single output of the motherboard from 8 to F
to identify the same output of the expansion board
- NN= output number (expressed in hexadecimals)
- 00 to enable simultaneously all the outputs
- from 01 to 04 to identify the single output of the motherboard and
from 08 to 0F to identify the single output of the expansion board
- 10 to enable the 12 output (OUT12) of the expansion board.
- VVVV = enabling/disabling code;
- for the single output, V = 0000 disabled, while V = 0001 enabled.
- all the outputs (in other words, N = 0), the value identifies the outputs
to be enabled
(expressed in hexadecimals);
<ESC><II>OK<STX>
The response does not imply that the command has been made.
Response
Example
<ESC>01OUTP00412<STX> or <ESC>01OUTP000412<STX>
Result
Configuration of the outputs (see below the suggested explanation)
A bit is ascribed to each relay:
Expansion board outputs (optional)
OUT
16
Bit
15
OUT
15
Bit
14
OUT
14
Bit
13
OUT
13
Bit
12
OUT
12
Bit
11
OUT
11
Bit
10
OUT
10
Bit
9
OUT
9
Bit
8
OUT
8
Bit
7
Motherboard outputs
OUT
7
Bit
6
OUT
6
Bit
5
OUT
5
Bit
4
OUT
4
Bit
3
OUT
3
Bit
2
OUT
2
Bit
1
OUT
1
Bit
0
The bit at 1 is interpreted as active output, while the bit at 0 as disabled relay.
If, for example, one wants to enable the OUT5, OUT11 outputs of the Expansion board and OUT2 relay of the motherboard
relays, the binary combination will be:
Expansion board outputs (optional)
OUT
16
Bit
15
OUT
15
Bit
14
0
0
OUT
14
Bit 13
OUT
13
Bit 12
0
0
OUT
12
Bit
11
OUT
11
Bit 10
Motherboard outputs
OUT
10
Bit
9
OUT
9
Bit
8
OUT
8
Bit
7
OUT
7
Bit
6
OUT
6
Bit
5
OUT
5
Bit
4
OUT
4
Bit
3
OUT
3
Bit
2
OUT
2
Bit
1
OUT
1
Bit
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
Which, in hexadecimals, corresponds to the number 0412; therefore the command will be OUTP00412 + CR + LF or
OUTP000412 + CR + LF.
NOTES:
- The set point enabling command does not work neither in the set-up environment nor in the weighing phase; if the output
function is different than "nonE". (SEtuP >> outPut >> r.COnF. step, rLFunC parameter).
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[INPU] Optoisolated input reading
Syntax
Format
Parameters
<ESC><II>INPU<N><STX>
N = input number (expressed in hexadecimals):
- 0 to simultaneously read all the inputs.
- from 1 to 2 to identify the single input of the Motherboard and from 3
to 8 to identify the single input of the Expansion board.
<ESC><II>INPUNVVVV <STX>
N = input number (expressed in hexadecimals), described previously
VVVV = input \ inputs status:
- for the single input, V = 0000 means input not active, while V =
0001 active input
- for all the inputs (in other words N = 0), the returned value
corresponds to the hexadecimal codification of the status of the
inputs
<ESC>01INPU0 <STX>
Reading of indicator’s inputs’ status (see the following explanation).
Answer
Example
Result
A bit is ascribed to each input:
Expansion board inputs (optional)
Not managed bits
Bit
15
Bit
14
Bit
13
Bit
12
Bit
11
Bit
10
Bit
9
Bit
8
in.8
Bit
7
in.7
Bit
6
in.6
Bit
5
In.5
Bit
4
in.4
Bit
3
Motherboard
inputs
in.3
Bit
2
in. 2
Bit
1
in. 1
Bit
0
Therefore if the INPU00026 string is received, the hexadecimal value, converted into binary, indicates that the status of the
inputs is the following:
Expansion board inputs (optional)
Not managed bits
Motherboard
inputs
Bit
15
Bit
14
Bit
13
Bit
12
Bit
11
Bit
10
Bit
9
Bit
8
in.8
Bit
7
in.7
Bit
6
in.6
Bit
5
In.5
Bit
4
in.4
Bit
3
in.3
Bit
2
in. 2
Bit
1
in. 1
Bit
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
The active inputs are therefore in.6, in.3 of the Expansion board and in.2 of the motherboard.
NOTES:
- With the bits 8 to 15, no input is assigned, and are fixed at zero
- The reading command of the inputs works also in the set-up environment
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[INUN] Request of a numeric value entry on the LED display:
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Example
Result
<ESC><II>INUN<X><M>,<H>,< I >,<L>,<D>,<P><STX>
X = numeric or alphanumeric character (0 – 9 ; A – Z ; a – z) displayable
in the digit on the extreme left of the LED display (not modifiable);
M = minimum enterable value in decimals (0 ≤ M ≤ H)
H = maximum enterable value in decimals
(0 ≤ H ≤ 999'999'999'999'999'999,18 digits).
I = value displayed initially in decimals, substituted then by the entered
one (M ≤ I ≤ H); if the entered value is less than the enterable
minimum value (M), the minimum value will initially be displayed (M).
L = maximum number of enterable characters in decimals
( 0 ≤ L ≤ 18)
D = number of decimal digits (in decimals)
P = initial position in decimals of the blinking digit (in other words the
position of the first value to be modified).
- if P = 0, the blinking digit is the least significant one
- if P = 1, the blinking digit is the most significant one
<ESC><II>OK<STX>
<ESC>01INUNt,0,10000,0,5,3,0<STX>
The t 00.000 message appears on the LED display with the least
significant digit blinking (underlined), while waiting for the entry of a
numeric value
If the entered value is greater or less respectively to the maximum or minimum set value, the instrument will emit an error
sound signal.
[INUA] Request of a numeric value entry on the LCD display:
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Example
Result
<ESC><II>INUA<CC><LL><I><STX>
CC = decimal position from which the entry of the numeric data starts,
from left to right.
LL = number of characters in decimals which make up the numeric data
to be entered
I = selection/unselection of the display of an initial value, previously
entered in the user buffer (using the WUBU command described
later on):
- I = 0 not displayed
- I = 1 displayed
<ESC><II>OK<STX>
<ESC>01INUA08071<STX>
If preceded by the <ESC>01WUBU1234567<STX> command, it causes the
1234567 message to be shown on the LCD display, with the character 1
blinking, starting from the position 08 of the LCD display (in other words
the digit 8). At this point it is possible to set 8 numerical digits which will
substitute the displayed ones.
NOTE: If an alphanumeric string is in the buffer, a number of blank spaces corresponding to the number of digits set in LL
will be shown on the display, starting from the set cursor position.
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[IALA] Request of alphanumeric text entry on the LCD display:
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Example
Result
<ESC><II>IALA<CC><LL><I><STX>
CC = decimal position from which the entry of the numeric data starts,
from left to right.
LL = number of characters in decimals which make up the alphanumeric
data to be entered
I = selection/unselection of the display of an initial value, previously
entered in the user buffer (using the WUBU command described
later on):
- I = 0 not displayed
- I = 1 displayed
<ESC><II>OK<STX>
<ESC>01IALA08071<STX>
If preceded by the <ESC>01WUBUABCDEFG<STX> command, it causes
the ABCDEFG message to be shown on the LCD display, with the
character 1 blinking, starting from the position 08 of the LCD display (in
other words the digit 8). At this point it is possible to set 8 numerical
digits which will substitute the displayed ones.
When exiting the entry phase, the displayed data is frozen on the LCD display and it remains until a new serial command
does not switch the visualisations (for example a DISP command or a new visualisation entered with the INUA or IALA
commands, previously described).
The turning off causes the restoration of the standard weight data.
[GINR] Reading of entered data:
GINR + CR + LF
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Example
Result
<ESC><II>GINR<STX>
Entry of value on the LED display case:
- - 1 if one exits from the entry phase with the C key;
- Entered value in decimals and confirmed with ENTER;
Entry of value on LCD display case:
- 2 if one exits from the entry phase with the C key;
- 1 if the value has been entered and confirmed with ENTER
To read the entered string, use the <ESC>RUBU<STX> command
described later on
<ESC> 01GINR<STX>
Reading of the user buffer and transmission of the data read on the PC
Reading and writing of the user buffer:
Premise: the user buffer is the memory area in which the temporary storage of entered data is used (using the indicator
keyboard) by the user or made visible by the user.
The previous request commands on the display of data entry, taking advantage of this buffer.
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[WUBU] Reading of the user buffer:
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Example
Result
<ESC><II>WUBU<AAA…A><STX>
AAA…A is the numeric and/or alphanumeric string (UP TO 32 characters)
which are entered in the user buffer
<ESC><II>OK<STX>
<ESC>01WUBU<ABCDE><STX>
The ABCDE string is stored in the user buffer
IMPORTANT: do not modify the user buffer while the instrument is waiting for the data entry: this
operation can cause system malfunctioning, which are eliminated only when the instrument is turned off.
[RUBU] Reading of the user buffer:
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
<ESC><II>RUBU<STX>
<ESC><II>AAA…A <STX>
In which AAA…A is the numeric and/or alphanumeric string (UP TO 32
Characters), read in the user buffer. If the number of characters is
less than 32, blank spaces will be added in order to complete the 32
transmitted characters.
Example
Result
<ESC>01RUBU<STX>
<ESC>01STRING
<STX>
[TOPR] Transmission of numeric and/or alphanumeric string to printer:
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Example
Result
<ESC><II>TOPR<XXX…X> <STX>
XXX…X = numeric and/or alphanumeric string which one wants to print
<ESC><II>OK<STX>
The answer does not imply that the command has been made.
<ESC>01TOPRABCDE<STX>
The ABCDE string will be printed
TECHNICAL NOTE: The reception and transmission buffers of the indicator are of 256 bytes; knowing that each
transmitted character is equal to one byte, the maximum number of characters which can be transmitted is 248.
This value changes depending on the transmitted data.
NOTES:
It is possible to print numeric and alphanumeric characters (A…Z, a…z, 0…9), for example TOPRABCabc123 + CR
+ LF
It is possible to print ASCII characters by entering the corresponding decimal code (on three digits)
preceded by the \ character; for example, if one wants to print the message <!!ATTENTION!!>, the command will be
the following: TOPR\060\033\033ATTENTION\033\033\062+ CR + LF;
It is possible to print the print blocks by entering the block number preceded by the \M abbreviation;
for example, if one wants to print the block 301 NET WEIGHT (see section “LIST OF PRINT BLOCKS”), 302 GROSS
WEIGHT, 303 TARE, the command will be the following:
TOPR\M301\M302\M303 + CR + LF
The command is not enabled if the instrument is approved.
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[OIN] Key with which one has exit from the user input
With this command it is possible to know which key the user used to exit the input (ENTER or C).
Syntax
Format
Parameters
Answer
Key
Example
Result
<ESC><II>OIN<STX>
<ESC><II>OIN[<KEY> | NO]<STX>
ENT Exited with the Enter key
CLR Exited with the Clear key
<ESC>01OIN<STX>
<ESC>01OINENT<STX>
If the command is wrong one will have the <ESC><II>OINNO<STX> message.
Simulation of key pressing:
[CC]KEYPXX<CR LF>
in which XX is the code of the pressed key:
CODE
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
PRESSED KEY
F1 key
F2 key
F3 key
F4 key
F5 key
F6 key
F7 key
F8 key
F9 key
F10 key
‘0’ numeric key
‘1’ numeric key
‘2’ numeric key
‘3’ numeric key
‘4’ numeric key
‘5’ numeric key
‘6’ numeric key
‘7’ numeric key
‘8’ numeric key
‘9’ numeric key
(.) point key
ZERO key
ENTER/Fn key
2ndF key
C key
Response of the instrument: OK<CR LF>: command accepted
If the simulated key has two linked functions (key pressed briefly or at length, like the TARE key), if the KEYP command is
followed by the key release command (KEYR) within a maximum time of 1,5 seconds, the simple function will be executed
(key pressed briefly); otherwise the second function will be executed (key pressed at length).
Command for key release simulation:
[CC]KEYR<CR LF>
Response: [CC]OK<CR LF>
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5.8 CUSTOMISATION OF THE STRING [available in ComPC e ComPrn]
Personalise string configuration on the ComPC:
The instrument is able to transmit in a continuous manner or as a response to the READ command on the port linked with
ComPC a data string configurable in the 100 print format through Dinitools™. To restore the transmission of the instrument
strings, one should configure only block "300".
NOTE: format #100 contains up to 50 macros.
Personalise string configuration on the ComPrn:
The instrument is able to transmit in a continuous manner on the port linked with ComPrn a string of data configurable in
the 01 print format.
For further details in regards to configuring the print formats through Dinitools ™ see the relative manual.
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6. ANALOGUE OUTPUT (OPTIONAL)
Through an optional interface, it is possible to use an analogue output a 16 bit configurable at 0 – 10V, 0 – 20 mA or 4 – 20
mA.
The voltage and the output current from the interface are proportional to the gross weight or net weight present on the
scale. In regards to the electrical connection scheme, see section “ELECTRICAL SCHEMES”.
6.1 OPERATING MODES
6.1.1 OUTPUT ON THE GROSS WEIGHT
The value of the analogue output grows proportionally to the gross weight on the scale in relation to the configured value for
the gross weight at 0 (AO ZE), and the one configured for the gross weight equal to the capacity (AO MA).
When the gross weight is equal or greater than the capacity, the output takes on the value set for AO MA, while in the
underload condition (gross weight <= -100d with approved instrument) the output takes on the value set for AO MI.
Trend examples (approved instrument)
Gross
Gross
Gross
Gross
Capacity
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6.1.2 OUTPUT ON THE NET WEIGHT
The value of the analogue output grows proportionally to the net weight on the scale in relation to the value configured for
the net weight at 0 (AO ZE), and the one configured fo the net weight equal to the capacity (AO MA).
When the gross weight is equal or greater than the capacity + 9e, the output takes on the value set for AO MA, while in the
underload condition (gross weight <= -100d with approved instrument) the output takes on the value set for AO MI.
Trend examples (approved instrument)
Net
Net
Gross
Gross
Capacity
Net
Capacity
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6.2 CONFIGURATION
In order to configure the parameters, one needs to enter the SET-UP environment in the Anout step inside the SEtuP
menu:
If various scales are connected (see the nuM.SCA parameter), the number of the scale to be configured, will be requested;
the configurations within this menu must be carried out for each connected scale.
SLot SLOT SELECTION
One selects the SLOT to be used with the analogue output: SLOT 1 or SLOT2; it is possible to indifferently use either
SLOT.
ModE OPERATING MODE
AO G = analogue output on gross weight
AO n = analogue output on net weight
Once the functioning mode is confirmed, one sets the values of the analogue output useful for the calculation in the
weighing phase, of the value that the output must take on proportionally; in other words, the digital/analogue converter
values are entered (between 0 and 65535) to which corresponds a certain output value in voltage or in current.
In this configuration the instrument keys take on the following meanings (functions):
ENTER
C
NUMERICAL KEYS
By pressing once after a value is entered, it activates the corresponding output analogue value,
(allowing the check) but the step still remains inside in case of a new modification. By pressing a
second time (on the same entered value) it confirms and exits the step.
Allows to quickly zero the present value.
Allow entering values, from right to left.
AoMA MAXIMUM VALUE
By entering this step, one sets the maximum value of the analogue output, in other words the corresponding value of the full
scale capacity. This value can be anywhere between 0 and 65535 (values of the digital/analogue converter); if a higher digit
is entered, the instrument emits a prolonged sound, after which it zeros the value just entered.
AoZE SCALE ZERO VALUE
By entering this step, one sets the analogue output value when the scale displays zero weight. This value can be anywhere
between 0 and 65535 (values of the digital/analogue converter); if a higher digit is entered, the instrument emits a
prolonged sound, after which it zeros the value just entered.
AoMi MINIMUM VALUE
By entering this step, one sets the minimum value of the analogue output. This value can be anywhere between 0 and
65535 (values of the digital/analogue converter); if a higher digit is entered, the instrument emits a prolonged sound, after
which it zeros the value just entered.
APPROXIMATE VALUES BETWEEN THE D/A CONVERTER AND ANALOGUE OUTPUT
D/A CONVERTER VALUES
1070
1375
11500
52010
62450
VOLTAGE VALUE (V)
0
CURRENT VALUE (mA)
0
4
20
10
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7. PROGRAMMING THE PRINTOUTS
It is possible to programme 30 different formats to be linked to 11 print functions:
“S.F.01” function >> print key
“S.F.02” function >> partial total
“S.F.03” function >> general total
…
For the complete list of the functions and the linking of the formats, see the “PRINTOUTS” section of the USER MANUAL.
During the printing, the indicator uses the format linked to that printout.
It is possible to configure the formats:
through the Dinitools™ software for PC, and transmitted to the indicator through the serial line; it is necessary that
the print format number (“Print Format Number”) is a value between 1 and 30 to indicate the format to be overwritten.
Once the formats are configured one should carry out the linkages of the interested functions (USER MAN.REF.).
manually from the indicator by entering in the SEtuP >> SEriAL >> Prn.FMt step inside the SET-UP environment.
MANUAL CONFIGURATION OF THE PRINT FORMATS
Each format is made up of a maximum of 2048 memory storages (only the first 1000 are manually modifiable from the
indicator), which, when programmed, these will produce the desired printout; in each line one can enter (through a 3-digit
code, from 300 onwards) a command named “print block”, which will produce a certain type of printout, for example:
PRINT NET WEIGHT (code 301), which will print the net weight value, the unit of measure and the CR or CR LF to go to
the next line.
Or it is possible to print a single alphanumeric character, entering the relative ASCII code in the line (from 0 to 255).
To configure a print format:
- Enter in the SEtuP >> SEriAL >> Prn.FMt parameter.
- The display shows:
C.F.
XX
in which:
XX indicates the number of the format to be modified (from 01 to 30)
-
Select the print format to be configured using the arrow keys and press the ENTER key
Once entered in a format (for example C.F. 01), the display shows:
XXX.YYY
in which:
XXX is number of the line which one is programming.
YYY is the entered code (from 0 to 255 the ASCII code is printed, from 300 onwards the relative block is
printed).
-
Select the line to be programmed using the arrow keys and press the ENTER key
The display shows “CHANGE” for an instant and onwards:
XXX
in which:
XXX is the value to be modified.
-
Enter a value and press the ENTER key to confirm; the C key clears the entered value and if pressed again it cancels
the operation.
If a print block with parameters from 600 onwards has been entered, after having pressed the ENTER key the displays
shows:
XXX in which:
XXX is the value to be modified.
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Enter a valid value and press the ENTER key to confirm.
Once programmed all the desired lines one should enter in the last line block 300 (PRINT END);
Press the C key to exit; the display will show the saving request; press the ENTER key to confirm or another key to
cancel.
KEYS’ FUNCTIONS
scrolls forward inside the lines of the print format.
scrolls backward inside the lines of the print format.
F1
enters a print block or an ASCII character in the selected line moving the consecutive blocks of one place.
F2
cancels the current line compacting the blocks that follow.
F3
enters a print end in the current line.
ENTER
modifies the code in the current line; while entering it confirms the entered code.
C
exits the programming; one is asked to save (the display shows “SAVE?”): with ENTER one confirms, with
another key one exits without saving. While entering a code, it quickly zeros the present value.
NUMERICAL
KEYBOARD allows entering a code inside of the selected printing line.
NOTES
- For the complete list of the ASCII codes and the print blocks, see the sections “ASCII CODE TABLE” and “LIST OF
PRINT BLOCKS”.
- To terminate the programming of a format, it is necessary that the last command be “Print end”: one should enter the
code 300 (or press the F3 key) in the last line of the format.
PRINTING ON THE PC SERIAL PORT
By programming correctly a format, it is possible to direct the printing on the PC serial port, and then bring it back onto the
printer port; the blocks to be used are:
315 (PRINTING ON PC PORT), 316 (PRINTING ON SERIAL PORT), 317 (FORCES THE PRINTING).
The correct syntax in the format is the following:
The “Forces print” block executes the
transmission
of all the blocks or ASCII
- 315 PRINTS ON PC PORT
characters entered BEFORE the same
- prints block or ASCII character
block;
reading block 315, the printout is
- …
directed onto the PC port.
- 317 FORCES PRINTING
- 316 PRINTS ON PRINTER PORT
- prints block or ASCII character
All the blocks or ASCII characters entered
- …
here are instead transmitted through the
- 317 FORCES PRINTING
printer serial port.
- 300 PRINT END
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7.1 PROGRAMMING EXAMPLE
One programmes a format to be linked to a PRINT key function (S.F.01 function) in this way:
MARIO ROSSI SRL
Date – time
Gross weight
Tare weight
Net weight
3 blank lines
Print end
MARIO ROSSI SRL
1/02/2005 – 19:00:00
GROSS
2.000kg
TARE
0.000kg
NET
2.000kg
After having entered in the SET-UP environment, follow the procedures below:
- Enter in the SEtuP >> SEriAL >> Prn.FMt parameter.
- Select the print format to be configured through the arrow keys and press the ENTER key.
- Select the line to be programmed through the arrow keys and press the ENTER key.
- The display shows the first line to be programmed; enter the 077 code (ASCII relative to the letter “M”); confirm with
ENTER.
- The display shows the following line; enter the 065 code (ASCII relative to the letter “A”); confirm with ENTER.
- Repeat the operations by entering the following codes:
082 (letter “R”)
073 (letter “I”)
079 (letter “O”)
032 (space)
082 (letter “R”)
079 (letter “O”)
083 (letter “S”)
083 (letter “S”)
073 (letter “I”)
013 (terminator CR)
032 (space)
013 (terminator CR)
450 (prints date – time)
013 (terminator CR)
032 (space)
013 (terminator CR)
302 (prints gross weight)
013 (terminator CR)
303 (prints tare weight)
013 (terminator CR)
301 (prints net weight)
013 (terminator CR)
032 (space)
013 (terminator CR)
032 (space)
013 (terminator CR)
032 (space)
013 (terminator CR)
300 (print end)
** It is possible to enter the print end also with the F3 key **
- Press the C key to exit the programming: the display shows “SAVE?”, confirm with ENTER (one goes back into the
“SERIAL” parameter).
- Exit the SETUP environment of the instrument by pressing the C key various times: the display shows “SAVE?”, confirm
the changes made with ENTER (the instrument returns to weighing).
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7.2 ASCII CODE TABLE
7.2.1 CODE PAGE 1252 WINDOWS LATIN 1
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7.2.2 CODE PAGE 1251 WINDOWS CYRILLIC
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7.2.3 CODE PAGE 1253 WINDOWS GREEK
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7.3 LIST OF PRINT BLOCKS
LEGEND:
b
indicates a space character (ASCII 32 decimal character).
UM
unit of measure of the active scale (kg, bg, bt, lb).
UMD
unit of measure of the database (kg, bg, bt, lb).
+T
terminator: depending on the setting of the SEtuP >> SEriAL >> tErMin “SET TERMINATOR TYPE” step of the
SET-UP environment, a CR or CRLF,LF or no terminator is added.
XXX*
These blocks do not work without the alibi memory (optional).
The weight field expands from right to left, with many spaces (ASCII 32 decimal character) for completing the field length.
NOTE
- The weight and weighing values expand from from right to left, with the necessary spaces in order to complete the field
length.
- The weighing numbers are increased with each input/output weighing cycle or with each single weigh.
7.3.1 ORDER BY KIND
CODE
PRINT FORMAT
GENERIC
300
307
308
309
315
316
317
363
364
365
366
369
370
371
374
375
376
377
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
PRINT END
LINE
***********************+ T
PRINTS 3 CRLF
DATE / TIME FOR DP24/DP190
bHH:MMbDD/MM/YY + T
PRINTS ON PC PORT
PRINTS ON PRINTER PORT
FORCES PRINTOUT
DATE
DD/MM/YY + T
TIME
HH:MM + T
DATE TIME
DD/MM/YYbHH:MM + T
FOLLOWING MACRO TERMINATOR SKIPS
HEADING 1
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 24 characters of the first line of the heading; just the entered characters
are printed, from left to right.
HEADING 2
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
HEADING 3
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
PRINT EMPTY LINE
+T
PRINTS A SPACE
b
SCALE UNIT OF MEASURE
UM + T
DATABASE UNIT OF MEASURE
UM + T
STANDARD KD PROTOCOL STRING
AF0X PROTOCOL STRING
Through the blocks 385 and 386 it is possible to print the STANDARD or AFXX serial string (see section
“TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS” for the description); the terminator of the string depends on the setting of the
SEtuP >> SEriAL >> tErMin step of the SET-UP environment (CR or CRLF or no terminator).
PRINTS SET TERMINATOR
CR or CRLF or NO TERMINATOR
RELEASES PAPER FOR TM295
ACTIVATES PAPER PRESENT SENSOR FOR TM295
ACTIVATES TIMEOUT FOR TM295
END PAGE UPSIDE DOWN FOR TM295
This command causes the ticket to be expelled in the insertion area.
ACTIVE SCALE NUMBER
SCALEbNUMBERbbbbX + T
in which X is the active scale number.
JUST ACTIVE SCALE NUMBER
X
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in which X is the active scale number.
PRINTS TERMINATOR
CR or CRLF or NO TERMINATOR
PRINT CALCULATED DATA
XXXXXXXXXX
PRINT FIRST ENTERED DATA
XXXXXXX
PRINTS SECOND ENTERED DATA
XXXXXXX
PRINTS OPERATION SYMBOL
X
In which X is “+” in case of addition, “-“ in case of subtraction, “x” in case of multiplication..
The 403, 404, 405 and 406 blocks refer to the operation executed with the “calculator” function described in section
“CALCULATOR”, USER MAN.REF..
WEIGHT
301
302
303
372
373
384
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
NET WEIGHT
NETbbbXXXXXXXXXXUM + T
in which XXXXXXXXXX is the weight value on 10 digits including the comma; the field expands from right to left.
GROSS WEIGHT
GROSSbXXXXXXXXXXUM + T
TARE WEIGHT
PTbbbbXXXXXXXXXXUM + T
JUST GROSS ON 10 DIGITS
XXXXXXXXXX
JUST NET ON 10 DIGITS
XXXXXXXXXX
ONLY TARE VALUE
XXXXXXXXXX
SCALE 1 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb1XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 1 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 1 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 2 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb2XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 2 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 2 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 3 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb3XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 3 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 3 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 4 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb4XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 4 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 4 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 5 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb5XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 5 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 5 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 6 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb6XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 6 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 6 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 7 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb7XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 7 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 7 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 8 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb8XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 8 or the sum of scales is displayed.
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The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 8 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
WEIGHT SUM ACTIVE SCALE
SUM
bXXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if the sum of the scales is displayed.
ONLY WEIGHT SUM FOR ACTIVE SCALES
XXXXXXXX
TARE WEIGHT ON PARTIAL TOTAL
PTbbbbbbbbXXXXXXXXXXUM+T
ONLY VALUE TARE ON PARTIAL TOTAL
XXXXXXXXXX
PARTIAL TOTAL
304
380
381
469
NET PARTIAL TOTAL
N.YYYbT1.N.XXXXXXXXbUM
in which YYY shows the number of weighs, XXXXXXXX the weight value in 8 digits including the comma.
JUST WEIGHS PARTIAL TOTAL
XXXXX
JUST NET PARTIAL TOTAL
XX…X
JUST GROSS PARTIAL TOTAL
XXXXXXXXXX
GENERAL TOTAL
305
367
368
NET GENERAL TOTAL
N.YYYbT2.N.bXXXXXXXXbUM + T
JUST GENERAL TOTAL WEIGHS
XXXXXX
the field expands from right to left with many spaces for completing the field length.
JUST NET GENERAL TOTAL
XXXXXXXXXX
GRAND TOTAL
306
382
383
NET GRAND TOTAL
JUST WEIGHS GRAND TOTAL
JUST NET GRAND TOTAL
N.YYYbT3.N.bXXXXXXXXbUM + T
XXXXXXXX
XX…X
DATABASE
310
311
312
313
314
1st
JUST DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
JUST 2nd DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
JUST 3rd DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
JUST 4th DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
JUST 5th DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
WEIGHS LIST
450
451
452
453
PRINT DATE AND TIME WEIGHS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
HH:MMbGG/MM/AA + T
The date and the time of the acquired weight is printed in the weighing list.
CURRENT LIST WEIGHS’ COUNTER
XXXX
The field is expressed in four digits, with some zeros to complete the field’s length.
AXLE COUNTER CURRENT LIST
XXXX
the field is espresse on four digits, with the zeros for complete the field length.
PRINT AXLE WEIGHT ON THE WEIGHS LIST
AXLEbbbbXXXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XXXX indicates the axle number and YYYYYYYY the axle weight value weighed.
This block is printed on the list, only if there is an axle weigh.
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455
456
457
506
507
508
509
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
471
472
473
474
476
477
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PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 1 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 2 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 3 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 4 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 5 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 6 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 7 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 8 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
NET PARTIAL TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
GROSS PARTIAL TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
TARE PARTIAL TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
NET TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
GROSS TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
TARE TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
st
1 DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
2nd DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
3rd DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
4th DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
5th DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
ONLY THE INPUT 0 TEXT CONTENTS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
Is print just the input 0 text contents; Are printed only the firsts 10 characters inserted.
ONLY THE INPUT 1 TEXT CONTENTS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
Is print just the input 1 text contents; Are printed only the firsts 10 characters inserted.
ONLY THE INPUT 2 TEXT CONTENTS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
Is print just the input 2 text contents; Are printed only the firsts 10 characters inserted.
ONLY THE INPUT 3 TEXT CONTENTS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
Is print just the input 3 text contents; Are printed only the firsts 10 characters inserted.
ONLY SUM WEIGHT ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGHT SCALE 1 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGHT SCALE 2 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGHT SCALE 3 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGHT SCALE 4 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
BARYCENTRE
430
431
432
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 1
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 1
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 1
X1XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
Y1XXXXXXXXXX+UM
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434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
446
447
448
449
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ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 1
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 2
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 2
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 2
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 2
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 3
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 3
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 3
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 3
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 4
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 4
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 4
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 4
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 5
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 5
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 5
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 5
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 6
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 6
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 6
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 6
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 7
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 7
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 7
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 7
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 8
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 8
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 8
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 8
PRINY X COORDINATE BARYCENTRE
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE BARYCENTRE
PRINT Y COORDINATE BARYCENTRE
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE BARYCENTRE
XXXXXXXX
X2XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
Y2XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
X3XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
Y3XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
X4XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
Y4XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
X5XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
Y5XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
X6XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
Y6XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
X7XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
Y7XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
X8XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
Y8XXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
XgXXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
YgXXXXXXXXXX+UM
XXXXXXXX
JUST TEXTS
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
475
ONLY WEIGH TEXT
“WEIGHbbbbb”
ONLY WEIGHS TEXT
“WEIGHSbbbb”
ONLY PARTIAL TOTAL TEXT
“PARTIAL TOTAL”
ONLY GENERAL TOTAL TEXT
“GENERAL TOTAL”
ONLY GRAND TOTAL TEXT
“GRAND TOTAL”
ONLY TOTAL TEXT
“TOTALbbbbb”
ONLY GROSS TEXT
“GROSSbbbbb”
ONLY NET TEXT
“NETbbbbbbb”
ONLY TARE TEXT
“TAREbbbbbb”
ONLT PT TEXT
“PTbbbbbbbb”
ONLY AXLE TEXT
“AXLEbbbb”
“PLA.TXT” CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXX
It is printed the description that has been inserted on step PLA.txt. Only the characters inserted from left to right are
printed
ONLY VEHICLE TEXT
“VEHICLEb”
ONLY SUM TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXX
FREE TEXTS
318
JUST INPUT 0 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are 16 characters of the input 0 text heading; just the entered characters are
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320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
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printed, from left to right.
JUST INPUT 1 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 2 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 3 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 4 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 5 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 6 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 7 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 8 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 9 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 10TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 11TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 12 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 13 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 14 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST THE INPUT 0 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
in which YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY are 32 characters of the input 0 text contents; just the
entered characters are printed, from left to right.
JUST THE INPUT 1 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 2 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 3 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 4 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 5 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 6 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 7 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 8 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 9 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 10 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 11 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 12 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 13 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 14 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
INPUT 0 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are 16 characters of the heading and YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY are 32 characters
of the input 0 text contents, just the entered characters are printed, from left to right.
INPUT 1 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 2 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 3 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 4 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 5 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 6 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 7 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 8 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 9 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 10 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 11 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 12 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 13 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 14 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
CANCELLATION OF FREE TEXT CONTENTS
After their printing, ALL the contents of the free texts present are cancelled.
PROGRESSIVE NUMBERING
378
TICKET PROGRESSIVE
(progressive number that is increased with each input/output weighing cycle and upon each single weigh)
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LOT PROGRESSIVE
(number of general total resettings)
XXXXXX
ALIBI MEMORY
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397
398
399
401
JUST NUMBER OF ALIBI MEMORY REWRITINGS
the field expands from right to left; the non significant zeros will be printed anyways.
LAST NET WEIGHT ON ALIBI MEMORY
ACTIVE SCALE NUMBER WITH ALIBI MEMORY
PRINTS WEIGH ID
In which XXXXXX is the ID weighing on 6 digits; expanding from left to right.
ALIBI MEMORY UNIT OF MEASURE
this block prints the unit of measure of the weigh saved in the alibi memory.
LAST GROSS WEIGHT ON ALIBI MEMORY
in which XXXXXXXXXX indicates the weight value in 10 digits including the comma.
LAST TARE ON ALIBI MEMORY
XXXXX
XXXXXXXXXX
XX
XXXXXX
UM
XXXXXXXXXX
PTXXXXXXXXXX
7.3.2 NUMERICAL ORDER
CODE
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PRINT FORMAT
PRINT END
NET WEIGHT
NETbbbXXXXXXXXXXUM + T
in which XXXXXXXXXX is the weight value on 10 digits including the comma; the field expands from right to left.
GROSS WEIGHT
GROSSbXXXXXXXXXXUM + T
TARE WEIGHT
PTbbbbXXXXXXXXXXUM + T
NET PARTIAL TOTAL
N.YYYbT1.N.XXXXXXXXbUM
in which YYY shows the number of weighs, XXXXXXXX the weight value in 8 digits including the comma.
NET GENERAL TOTAL
N.YYYbT2.N.bXXXXXXXXbUM + T
NET GRAND TOTAL
N.YYYbT3.N.bXXXXXXXXbUM + T
DOTTED LINE
***********************+ T
PRINTS 3 CRLF
DATE / TIME FOR DP24/DP190
bHH:MMbDD/MM/YY + T
JUST 1st DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
JUST 2nd DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
JUST 3rd DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
JUST 4th DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
JUST 5th DATABASE CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
expanding from left to right. This block can be printed only once, in input or in output.
PRINTS ON PC PORT
PRINTS ON PRINTER PORT
FORCES PRINTOUT
JUST INPUT 0 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are 16 characters of the input 0 text heading; just the entered characters are
printed, from left to right.
JUST INPUT 1 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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JUST INPUT 2 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 3 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 4 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 5 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 6 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 7 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 8 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 9 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 10TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 11TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 12 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 13 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST INPUT 14 TEXT HEADING
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST THE INPUT 0 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
in which YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY are 32 characters of the input 0 text contents; just the
entered characters are printed, from left to right.
JUST THE INPUT 1 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 2 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 3 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 4 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 5 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 6 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 7 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 8 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 9 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 10 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 11 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 12 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 13 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
JUST THE INPUT 14 TEXT CONTENTS
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
INPUT 0 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are 16 characters of the heading and YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY are 32 characters
of the input 0 text contents, just the entered characters are printed, from left to right.
INPUT 1 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 2 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 3 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 4 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 5 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 6 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 7 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 8 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 9 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 10 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 11 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 12 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 13 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
INPUT 14 TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXbYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY + T
DATE
DD/MM/YY + T
TIME
HH:MM + T
DATE TIME
DD/MM/YYbHH:MM + T
FOLLOWING MACRO TERMINATOR SKIPS
JUST GENERAL TOTAL WEIGHS
XXXXXX
the field expands from right to left with many spaces for completing the field length.
JUST NET GENERAL TOTAL
XXXXXXXXXX
HEADING 1
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 24 characters of the first line of the heading; just the entered characters
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HEADING 2
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
HEADING 3
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
JUST GROSS ON 10 DIGITS
XXXXXXXXXX
JUST NET ON 10 DIGITS
XXXXXXXXXX
PRINT EMPTY LINE
+T
PRINTS A SPACE
b
SCALE UNIT OF MEASURE
UM + T
DATABASE UNIT OF MEASURE
UM + T
TICKET PROGRESSIVE
XXXXX
(progressive number that is increased with each input/output weighing cycle and upon each single weigh)
LOT PROGRESSIVE
XXXXXX
(number of general total resettings)
JUST WEIGHS PARTIAL TOTAL
XXXXX
JUST NET PARTIAL TOTAL
XX…X
JUST WEIGHS GRAND TOTAL
XXXXXXXX
JUST NET GRAND TOTAL
XX…X
ONLY TARE VALUE
XXXXXXXXXX
STANDARD KD PROTOCOL STRING
AF0X PROTOCOL STRING
Through the blocks 385 and 386 it is possible to print the STANDARD or AFXX serial string (see section
“TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS” for the description); the terminator of the string depends on the setting of the
SEtuP >> SEriAL >> tErMin step of the SET-UP environment (CR or CRLF or no terminator).
PRINTS SET TERMINATOR
CR or CRLF or NO TERMINATOR
RELEASES PAPER FOR TM295
ACTIVATES PAPER PRESENT SENSOR FOR TM295
ACTIVATES TIMEOUT FOR TM295
END PAGE UPSIDE DOWN FOR TM295
This command causes the ticket to be expelled in the insertion area.
ACTIVE SCALE NUMBER
SCALEbNUMBERbbbbX + T
in which X is the active scale number.
JUST ACTIVE SCALE NUMBER
X
in which X is the active scale number.
JUST NUMBER OF ALIBI MEMORY REWRITINGS
XXXXX
the field expands from right to left; the non significant zeros will be printed anyways.
LAST NET WEIGHT ON ALIBI MEMORY
XXXXXXXXXX
ACTIVE SCALE NUMBER WITH ALIBI MEMORY
XX
PRINTS WEIGH ID
XXXXXX
In which XXXXXX is the ID weighing on 6 digits; expanding from left to right.
ALIBI MEMORY UNIT OF MEASURE
UM
this block prints the unit of measure of the weigh saved in the alibi memory.
LAST GROSS WEIGHT ON ALIBI MEMORY
XXXXXXXXXX
in which XXXXXXXXXX indicates the weight value in 10 digits including the comma.
CANCELLATION OF FREE TEXT CONTENTS
After their printing, ALL the contents of the free texts present are cancelled.
LAST TARE ON ALIBI MEMORY
PTXXXXXXXXXX
PRINTS TERMINATOR
CR or CRLF or NO TERMINATOR
PRINT CALCULATED DATA
XXXXXXXXXX
PRINT FIRST ENTERED DATA
XXXXXXX
PRINTS SECOND ENTERED DATA
XXXXXXX
PRINTS OPERATION SYMBOL
X
In which X is “+” in case of addition, “-“ in case of subtraction, “x” in case of multiplication..
The 403, 404, 405 and 406 blocks refer to the operation executed with the “calculator” function described in section
“CALCULATOR”, USER MAN.REF..
SCALE 1 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb1XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 1 or the sum of scales is displayed.
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411
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The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 1 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 2 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb2XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 2 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 2 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 3 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb3XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 3 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 3 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 4 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb4XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 4 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 4 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
WEIGHT SUM ACTIVE SCALE
SUM
bXXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if the sum of the scales is displayed.
ONLY WEIGHT SUM FOR ACTIVE SCALES
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGH TEXT
“WEIGHbbbbb”
ONLY WEIGHS TEXT
“WEIGHSbbbb”
ONLY PARTIAL TOTAL TEXT
“PARTIAL TOTAL”
ONLY GENERAL TOTAL TEXT
“GENERAL TOTAL”
ONLY GRAND TOTAL TEXT
“GRAND TOTAL”
ONLY TOTAL TEXT
“TOTALbbbbb”
ONLY GROSS TEXT
“GROSSbbbbb”
ONLY NET TEXT
“NETbbbbbbb”
ONLY TARE TEXT
“TAREbbbbbb”
ONLT PT TEXT
“PTbbbbbbbb”
ONLY AXLE TEXT
“AXLEbbbb”
“PLA.TXT” CONDITIONED DESCRIPTION
XXXXXXXXXX
It is printed the description that has been inserted on step PLA.txt. Only the characters inserted from left to right are
printed
ONLY VEHICLE TEXT
“VEHICLEb”
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 1
X1XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 1
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 1
Y1XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 1
XXXXXXXX
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 2
X2XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 2
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 2
Y2XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 2
XXXXXXXX
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 3
X3XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 3
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 3
Y3XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 3
XXXXXXXX
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 4
X4XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 4
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 4
Y4XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 4
XXXXXXXX
PRINY X COORDINATE BARYCENTRE
XgXXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE BARYCENTRE
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE BARYCENTRE
YgXXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE BARYCENTRE
XXXXXXXX
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PRINT DATE AND TIME WEIGHS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
HH:MMbGG/MM/AA + T
The date and the time of the acquired weight is printed in the weighing list.
CURRENT LIST WEIGHS’ COUNTER
XXXX
The field is expressed in four digits, with some zeros to complete the field’s length.
AXLE COUNTER CURRENT LIST
XXXX
the field is espresse on four digits, with the zeros for complete the field length.
PRINT AXLE WEIGHT ON THE WEIGHS LIST
AXLEbbbbXXXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XXXX indicates the axle number and YYYYYYYY the axle weight value weighed.
This block is printed on the list, only if there is an axle weigh.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 1 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 2 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 3 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 4 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
NET PARTIAL TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
GROSS PARTIAL TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
TARE PARTIAL TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
NET TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
GROSS TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
TARE TOTAL LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
1st DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
2nd DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
3rd DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
4th DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX + T
5th DATABASE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEIGHS LIST
in which XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX are the 20 description characters; just the entered characters are printed,
which expand from left to right.
JUST GROSS PARTIAL TOTAL
XXXXXXXXXX
TARE WEIGHT ON PARTIAL TOTAL
PTbbbbbbbbXXXXXXXXXXUM+T
ONLY THE INPUT 0 TEXT CONTENTS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
Is print just the input 0 text contents; Are printed only the firsts 10 characters inserted.
ONLY THE INPUT 1 TEXT CONTENTS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
Is print just the input 1 text contents; Are printed only the firsts 10 characters inserted.
ONLY THE INPUT 2 TEXT CONTENTS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
Is print just the input 2 text contents; Are printed only the firsts 10 characters inserted.
ONLY THE INPUT 3 TEXT CONTENTS ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXXXX
Is print just the input 3 text contents; Are printed only the firsts 10 characters inserted.
ONLY SUM TEXT
XXXXXXXXXXXX
ONLY SUM WEIGHT ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGHT SCALE 1 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGHT SCALE 2 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGHT SCALE 3 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY WEIGHT SCALE 4 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
XXXXXXXX
ONLY VALUE TARE ON PARTIAL TOTAL
XXXXXXXXXX
SCALE 5 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb5XXXXXXXXUM
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The macro is printed if scale 5 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 5 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 6 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb6XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 6 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of defalt display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 6 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 7 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb7XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 7 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 7 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
SCALE 8 WEIGHT
SCALEbbbbbb8XXXXXXXXUM
The macro is printed if scale 8 or the sum of scales is displayed.
The text of default display on the print will be “SCALE”. For to set the description of the platforms that will be
displayed on the print see the PLA.txt step.
ONLY SCALE 8 WEIGHT
XXXXXXXX
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 5
X5XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 5
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 5
Y5XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 5
XXXXXXXX
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 6
X6XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 6
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 6
Y6XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 6
XXXXXXXX
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 7
X7XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 7
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 7
Y7XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 7
XXXXXXXX
PRINT X COORDINATE SCALE 8
X8XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY X COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 8
XXXXXXXX
PRINT Y COORDINATE SCALE 8
Y8XXXXXXXXXX+UM
ONLY Y COORDINATE VALUE SCALE 8
XXXXXXXX
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 5 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 6 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 7 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
PRINT WEIGHT SCALE 8 ON THE WEIGHS LIST
SCALEbbbbbXXYYYYYYYY+UM
In which XX indicate the number of the scale and YYYYYYYY the weight value current.
7.4 BLOCKS WITH PARAMETERS
When entering the following blocks manually in a print ticket, these require that an additional numeric value be entered
(specified in detail in the block’s description) in order to define the print ticket which one wants to obtain.
EXAMPLE
Entry of the 600 “PRINT n TERMINATORS” block:
- Enter the 600 block in a ticket and confirm with OK/menu.
- The indicator does not pass by the block present in the following line, but shows “P
000”.
- Enter a value between 001 and 050; for values outside this interval the indicator shows “-Error-”, restoring the block
before entering the block 600.
- By entering a valid value, the block will print a number of terminators equal to the one previously entered.
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601
602
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PRINTS n TERMINATORS
PRINTS n LF CHARACTERS
PRINTS n TAB CHARACTERS
PRINTS n SPACE CHARACTERS
PRINTS n “_” CHARACTERS
LEFT MARGIN FOR LX300
NET WEIGHT ON X DIGITS
GROSS WEIGHT ON X DIGITS
TARE WEIGHT ON X DIGITS
in which n can be:
0
Value with decimal point and spaces
1
Value with decimal point and zeros in the place of spaces
2
Value without decimal point and zeros in the place of spaces
Values valid from 001 to 050
Values valid from 001 to 050
Values valid from 001 to 050
Values valid from 001 to 050
Values valid from 001 to 050
Values valid from 001 to 255
Valid values in the nXX format
Valid values in the nXX format
Valid values in the nXX format
XX is the field length (maximum enterable value is 20); if the weight value is greater than the number of entered digits, the
complete value is printed anyways.
################
EXAMPLE
With a weight value of 100.01, if one wants a length of 10 characters, in the three cases one will have:
Parameter
Result
010
100.01
110
0000100.01
210
0000010001
################
609
PRINT DIRECTION FOR MASTER / SLAVE SYSTEM
000 Prints only on the SLAVE.
001 Prints only on the MASTER.
002 Prints only on the indicator which is being used.
Valid values 000, 001, 002
610
SETTING THE THRESHOLD OF PRINT START OR THE NUMBER OF CHARACTERS TO BE PRINTED FOR
THE INPUT TEXT CONTENTS OR MEMORY OR AI CODE DESCRIPTION
Values valid in the nXX format
This macro allows to define which part of the contents of an input text which is to be printed in the macro 616 or the
part of AI code description on the block 611.
n can be:
0
for setting the threshold beginning;
1
for setting the characters to be printed.
XX is the threshold beginning if n = 0 or the characters to be printed if n = 1.
611
PRINTING OR CLEARING AI CODE DESCRIPTION
Values valid in the nXX format
This macro allows to print a part of AI code description defined in the 610 macro or to clear the AI code description.
n can be:
0
to print;
1
to clear.
XX is the number of AI code (XX = 01 to print or clear the description of the AI code 0, XX=05 to print or clear the
description of the AI code 4, XX=00 to clear all the desriptions of the AI codes).
613
SET FORMAT NUMBER OF COPIES
Values valid in the XXX format
This macro allows to print the format and a number of its copies equal to XXX parameter. The initial format macro is
the macro following this.
################
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EXAMPLE
If one wants to print Net Weight, Gross and Tare and then 11 copies.
613 >>> enter parameter 011
301 (Net weight)
302 (Gross weight)
303 (Tare weight)
….
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614
SET RELAY FUNCTIONING
In which n is the relay status:
0
OFF
1 or 2 ON
Values valid in the nXX format
XX is the number of the relay to be enabled, from 00 to 10.
If one needs to manage various printers using the available relays (connecting the transmission of the printer port
on the common of the relays), follow the example below:
PRINTING OF THE NET WEIGHT ON RELAY 1, GROSS ON RELAY 2, TARE ON RELAY’ 3.
…
614 >>> enter parameter 100 (Relay 1 ON)
614 >>> enter parameter 001 (Relay 2 OFF)
614 >>> enter parameter 002 (Relay 3 OFF)
301 (Net weight)
317 (Forces printing)
614 >>> enter parameter 000 (Relay 1 OFF)
614 >>> enter parameter 101 (Relay 2 ON)
614 >>> enter parameter 002 (Relay 3 OFF)
302 (Gross weight)
317 (Forces printing)
614 >>> enter parameter 000 (Relay 1 OFF)
614 >>> enter parameter 001 (Relay 2 OFF)
614 >>> enter parameter 102 (Relay 3 ON)
303 (Tare weight)
317 (Forces printing)
…
615
CONVERSION OF THE “.” (POINT) CHARACTER IN THE “,” (COMMA) CHARACTER
IN THE PREVIOUS X DIGITS
Values valid in the XX format
NOTE: if one uses the 615 block, one should enter the block 317 “FORCES PRINTING” before the blocks
that need to be converted.
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EXAMPLE
…
317
(Forces printing)
301
(Net weight)
615 >>> parameter 20 (Conversion of the “.” (point) character in the “,” (comma)
….
The net weight value will be printed with the comma instead of with the point.
################
616
PRINTING OR CLEARING INPUT TEXT CONTENTS
Values valid in the nXX format
This macro allows to print a part of an input text content defined in the 610 macro or to clear the contents of the
input text content.
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n can be:
0
to print;
1
to clear.
XX is the number of the input text (XX = 01 to print or clear 0 text contents of input 0, XX=05 to print or clear the
contents of the text of input 14, XX=00 to clear all the contentx of the input texts).
617
SETTING THE ALIGNMENT AND NUMBER OF FORMATTING CHARACTERS
Values valid in the nXX format
This macro, followed by 618, allows to align to the right or to the left, the contents of the following macro in regards
to the defined number of characters.
n can be:
0
to set the alignment to the right
1
to set the alignment to the left
XX is the number of formatting characters.
See the example in the 618 macro.
618
SETTING THE FILLING CHARACTER OF THE FOLLOWING MACRO
This macro allows to set the filling character of the following macro.
Values valid in the XXX format
XXX corresponds to the ASCII decimal character (from 001 to 255).
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EXAMPLE
If one wants to print on the right the contents of the 392 macro (NUMBER OF ACTIVE SCALE) one puts the “-“
character (ASCII decimal 045) as filling on the left.
The macro contains 17 characters; therefore if the print line is 24 one should set the following macros:
…
617 >>> enter parameter 024
618 >>> enter parameter 045
392
(Active scale number)
….
################.
619
CONFIRMATION “WAIT” FROM PC OR BY PRESSING OF C KEY
Values valid in the XXX format
This macro allows to block the indicator and view the message “WAIT” on the LED display, after having forced the
printing of the previous macros, and waiting for the character confirming that the reception has been made by the
PC. In any case it’s possible to unlock the indicator by pressing the C key.
Once unlocked, the indicator will print the eventual following macros.
XXX corresponds to the ASCII decimal character to be received in order to unlock the indicator (from 001 to 255, or
000 in case one wants to wait for the “PCOK” command).
NOTE: It’s possible to enter more than one confirmation “wait” in the same print format.
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EXAMPLE
One wants to lock the indicator after printing a series of data; then one waits for the “-“ confirmation character
(ASCII decimal 045) and, once received, transmit other data.
One should set the following macros:
…
301
302
303
619 >>> enter parameter 045
Setting the wait of the “-“ character (ASCII decimal 045)
304
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305
306
…
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620
SET VALUE OF THE ACCUMULATOR
in which XXX can be:
000
Net weight.
001
Gross weight.
002
Tare weight.
003
Not used
004
Net partial total
005
Net general total
006
Net grand total
007
Not used
008
Partial gross total
009
General gross total
010
Gross grand total
011
Not used
012
Partial tare total
013
Tare general total
014
Tare grand total
015
Weighs’ material total
016
Weighs’ partial total
017
Weighs’ general total
018
Weighs’ grand total
019
Not used
020
Additional partial total
021
Additional general total
022
Additional grand total
023
Weight scale 1
024
Weight scale 2
025
Weight scale 3
026
Weight scale 4
027
Sum weight active scale
028
X Coordinate scale 1
029
Y Coordinate scale 1
030
X Coordinate scale 2
031
Y Coordinate scale 2
032
X Coordinate scale 3
033
Y Coordinate scale 3
034
X Coordinate scale 4
035
Y Coordinate scale 4
036
X Coordinate barycentre
037
Y Coordinate barycentre
038
Tare on total
039
Switch the set value with the comparison one (see Attached Macro)
Values valid in the XXX format
621
SETS VALUE DECIMALS
in which XXX can be:
000
No decimal
001
1 decimal
002
2 decimals
003
3 decimals
004
4 decimals
NOTE: if no decimals are set, the ones of the scale are used.
Values valid in the XXX format
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622
SETS CONVERSION VALUE UNIT OF MEASURE
in which XXX can be:
000
g
001
kg
002
t
003
lb
NOTE: if no unit of measure has been set, the one of the scale is used.
Values valid in the XXX format
623
PRINTS VALUE LOADED
In which n can be:
0
Value with decimal point and spaces
1
Value with decimal point and zeros in the place of spaces
2
Value without decimal point and zeros in the place of spaces
Values valid in the nXX format
XX is the length of the field (maximum enterable value is 20); if the weight value is greater than the number of
entered digits, the complete value is printed anyways.
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EXAMPLE
The scale is with three decimals and the unit of measure is the kg; one wants to print the net weight with two
decimals converted in pounds, expressed in 7 digits without decimal points, with non significant zeros filling in the
eventual spaces present.
One should set the following macros:
…
620 >>> enter parameter 000
621 >>> enter parameter 002
622 >>> enter parameter 003
623 >>> enter parameter 207
….
If the net weight of the scale corresponds to 2,480 kg, the printed value will be 0000547
################
624
SETS THE VALUE OF THE SETPOINT IN THE MACRO 620
Parameter
=========
000 ~ 003
004 ~ 015
Parameter
=========
016 ~ 019
020 ~ 031
627
ON Threshold (setpoint)
==================
rL.1 ~ 4
rL.5 ~ 16
OFF Threshold (setpoint)
==================
rL.1 ~ 4
rL.5 ~ 16
FORCES PRINTOUT AND TIME WAIT
Besides the force printout function, it waits also a period of time.
XXX
Values valid in the XXX format
Values valid in the XXX format
Wait time (max 200dsec); for example “001” is equal to 0,1 seconds; “010” equals to 1 second.
640
EAN/UCC CHECKDIGIT ON X PREVIOUS DIGITS
Values valid in the XX format
641
SETS THE VALUE FOR ENABLE OR DISABLE PRINT TERMINATOR
Values valid 000 or 001
000 Enable print terminator of the macros
001 Disable print terminator of the macros
If the parameter of the macro 641 is set as 001, it’s not possible to print two consecutive print terminators, entered
as ASCII characters 13 (CR), 10 (LF) or 13 10 (CRLF) (for example, if in a print format there are two consecutive
CR terminators, only one of them will be printed).
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SIMULATES THE PRESSURE OF A KEY
- 0xx simulates the pressure of the key with xx code.
- 1xx simulates the long pressure of the key with xx code.
CODE
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
PRESSED KEY
F1 key
F2 key
F3 key
F4 key
F5 key
F6 key
F7 key
F8 key
F9 key
F10 key
Numeric key ‘0’
Numeric key ‘1’
Numeric key ‘2’
Numeric key ‘3’
Numeric key ‘4’
Numeric key ‘5’
Numeric key ‘6’
Numeric key ‘7’
Numeric key ‘8’
Numeric key ‘9’
Dot key (.)
ZERO key
Fn/ENTER key
2nd F key
C key
643
WAIT THE PRESSURE OF A KEY
- 0xx set the visualization of WAIT message and "block" the instrument, it remain on waiting of the pressure of the
key with xx code.
- 1xx "block" the instrument, it remain on waiting of the pressure of the key with xx code.
644
WAIT THE STATUS OF THE INSTRUMENT
- 0xx set the visualization of WAIT message and "block" the instrument, it remain on waiting of xx status.
- 1xx "block" the instrument, it remain on waiting of xx status.
645
SET THE LEVEL OF THE FUNCTION
0xx set the menu level of the function that one want to perform.
646
SET THE FUNCTION
0xx set the code of the function that one want to perform.
Example:
To execute the function 311 is necessary insert in the format the macro 645 with 003 parameter (that set the menu level)
and the macro 646 with 011 parameter (number of the function).
647
REDIRECTION OF THE PRINT
- 000 print on Print port
- 001 print on Pc port
- 002 print on Aux port
Note: parameter 255 forces printing.
Values valid 000, 001 or 002
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SET ACCUMULATOR WITH PRINT BUFFER VALUE OR
Values valid in the nXX format
DECREASE PRINT BUFFER
In which n can be:
0
sets the accumulator with the character that is in the following position of the print buffer:
current position – XX characters; the character will be stored in ASCII decimal code.
1
decreases the print buffer of XX characters
################
EXAMPLE
One wants to get only the number of the active scale from the macro 392 (“ACTIVE SCALE NUMBER”) and set it in
the accumulator (in ASCIl decimal value), without printing.
One should set the following macros:
…
392
648 >>> enter parameter 002 (sets the number of the scale in the accumulator)
648 >>> enter parameter 118 (decreases the print buffer of 18 characters)
…
################
649
REDIRECTION BUFFER
Values valid in the XXX format
In which XXX can be:
001 inserts in the redirection buffer all the data that follow the macro and prints them
002 inserts in the redirection buffer all the data that follow the macro (without printing them)
003 prints the data of the redirection buffer
004 cancels all the data in the buffer
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EXAMPLE
One wants to repeat through the 2ndF + F5 function the printout of both the formats “wheels weigh totalization
(S.F.05)” and “vehicle end partial total (S.F.08)”.
One should set the following macros:
649 >>> enter parameter 004
649 >>> enter parameter 002
…..
….
317
316
649 >>> enter parameter 003
317
300
Printout format S.F.05
Printout format S.F.08
8. DISPLAY CUSTOMIZATION
It’s possible to program the lines of the customizable display. In each line up to 22 characters can be displayed.
The print format that allows to program the customizable display is the number 99.
The terminator to be used in this format must be CR.
One can configure this format through the Dinitools™ software (for the management of the print formats, see the manual of
the software).
The programming of the lines of the display can be executed by using the print macros described in the sections “LIST OF
PRINT BLOCKS” and “BLOCKS WITH PARAMETERS”.
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9. ELECTRICAL SCHEMES
9.1 MOTHER BOARD
OUTPUTS
60Vdc 0.15 A max
48Vac 0.15 A max
+ INPUTS
OR 12Vdc – 24Vdc
- +
20mA max
J9 (ON):
- If closed, one can automatically turn on the instrument as soon as the power voltage is supplied; one must also turn off the
instrument by removing the mains voltage.
- If open, one can turn the instrument on and off by just pressing the ON key.
J7, J8 (SENSE): if closed, REFERENCE + and POWER SUPPLY +, REFERENCE - and POWER SUPPLY – are
jumpered on the board.
J1: if open, it enables the access to the metrological parameters, when configuring.
J11 (VAUX ON): if closed, the Vaux is always powered, independently of the “PWr.Prn” parameter of the SET-UP
ENVIRONMENT.
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J13(+VdcOUT): allows selecting the power voltage (+6V, +12V) of terminal board 21(+Vdc) output.
By selecting +6V the battery must be connected on terminal 3 and 4
By selecting +12V the external power supply must be connected on terminal 1 and 2
Therefore one has to verify if the battery or the external power supply is necessary for the required
output, otherwise no voltage will be supplied on the terminal 21.
SERIAL PORTS (refer to section “SERIAL OUTPUTS”)
COM 1
COM 2
Y7 AMP Connector: 232 serial
Y8 AMP Connector: 232 serial
14-15-16 Terminal: 232 serial
16-17-18-19 Terminal: 232 serial
COM 3
Y9 AMP Connector: 232 serial
22-23 Terminal: 485 serial
IMPORTANT:
In the case of RS485 connection, read carefully and apply what is described in chapter “RS 485 CONNECTION”.
In the case of digital load cells connection, read carefully and apply what is described in chapter “DIGITAL LOAD CELLS”.
POWER SUPPLY
6 Vdc BATTERY
POWER SUPPLY
4 GND (0 Vdc)
3 +BAT (+ 6 Vdc)
+Vdc (IN)
POWER SUPPLY
V-AUX AUXILIARY
POWER SUPPLY
+Vdc (OUT)
POWER SUPPLY
2 GND (0 V)
1 +Vdc (+12V, 8 ÷ 24 Vdc
with I/O expansion board
connected )
4 GND (0 V)
5 +Vaux (5,3 – 8 Vdc
400 mA max)
20 GND (0 V)
21 +Vdc (+6V or +12V,
see J13 jumper
description above)
CELL: LOAD RECEIVER (terminal board connection)
25
26
27
28
29
30
SIG +
SIG SEN +
SEN EXC +
EXC -
SIGNAL +
SIGNAL SENSE +
SENSE EXCITATION +
EXCITATION -
INPUTS (OPTOISOLATOR PHOTOCOUPLERS)
Power supply: 12 Vdc ÷ 24 Vdc, max 20 mA.
OUTPUTS (OPTOISOLATOR PHOTOMOSFET)
Maximum power: 48 Vac or 60 Vdc, 150 mA max, 10 Ω max.
!! IMPORTANT !!
The input/output optoisolation is obtained by feeding the input and/or output common using a voltage external the
instrument.
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RS232 SERIAL PORT (RJ45 CONNECTOR) (*)
PLUG6 CONNECTIONS:
Y2
PLUG6
DB9
1
2
1
3
2
3
4
3
5
4
5
6
5
2
7
6
8
COLOUR
ORANGE-WHITE
BLUE-WHITE
BROWN
GREEN-WHITE
ORANGE
WHITE-BROWN
MEANING
RX
GND
TX
(*) May be present depending on the model.
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9.2 I/O EXPANSION BOARD (optional)
+ INPUTS
OR 12Vdc – 24Vdc
- +
20mA max
ANALOGUE OUTPUT
I/O1 (SLOT 1):
53 I+ (A1)
+ 20 mA
54 COM- (B1) 0 mA / V
55 V+ (C1) + 10 V
I/O2 (SLOT 2):
56 I+ (A2)
+ 20 mA
57 COM- (B2) 0 mA / V
58 V+ (C2) + 10 V
Note: the maximum resistance applicable on the analogue
output configured in current is 350 Ω and the minimum
resistance applicable on the analogue output configured
in voltage is 10 kΩ.
INPUTS (OPTOISOLATOR PHOTOCOUPLERS)
Power supply: 12 Vdc ÷ 24 Vdc, max 20 mA.
OUTPUTS (OPTOISOLATOR PHOTOMOSFET)
Maximum power: 48 Vac or 60 Vdc, 150 mA max, 10 Ω max.
!! IMPORTANT !!
The input/output optoisolation is obtained by feeding the input and/or output common using a voltage external the
instrument.
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PC-Keyb
9.3 DISPLAY BOARD
1
4
PC-Keyb – PC KEYBOARD CONNECTOR
Keyboard emulation input, usable for the connection of the instrument to the PC keyboard or the badge/bar code reader.
PC-KEYB
PS/2
1
+5V
4
2
GND
3
3
DATA
1
4
CLK
5
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