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METTLER TOLEDO
AM/PM/SM
Balances and scales
A first glance at the M balances and scales
• Matching the balance or scale to the surroundings
– vibration adapter
• Matching the balance or scale to the type of weighing
– weighing process adapter
• METTLER DeltaTrac – the graphic indicator
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16 % in use
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• Up to 9 (nine) different weighing units
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• Weighing in % (percentage) of a selectable reference weight
• Plus/minus weighing with METTLER DeltaTrac
• Simple piece counting
• Animal weighing
• Data I/O – the built-in serial interfaces (RS232C and CL)
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100 % of
target weight
• Data I/O – controlling the balance or scale using a specified
command set
• GM bus – a gateway to the METTLER TOLEDO peripherals
1. Applications
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You just have to know how – suggestions for solutions to your special weighing problems!
2. Result recording and data transfer
Page 2.1
The connection to the outside world – attachment of printers, computers, bar code readers ...
3. Application Pacs and software
Page 3.1
The choice is yours – all systems at a glance!
4. Accessories
Page 4.1
From aluminum weighing pan to weighing tongs – everything you need to make weighing more convenient!
5. Technical data
Page 5.1
Concerning the METTLER balance or scale – complete technical information on balances and scales
6. Documentation and literature references
Page 6.1
You just have to know where – (short-form) operating instructions, bulletins and brochures
7. Index
Page 7.1
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1. Applications
Precision, weighing convenience and absolute dependability are features you as the owner of a METTLER TOLEDO
balance or scale are accustomed to.
But be honest:
Are you so well acquainted with their capabilities that you
can also make optimum use of them?
The aim of the following section is to provide you with
information and suggestions on how you can make especially effective use of METTLER TOLEDO technology to
solve your special weighing task.
You will see:
Even a METTLER TOLEDO balance or scale can improve its
performance!
Together with METTLER TOLEDO software and appropriate
peripheral units, complete, user-friendly and cost-saving
solutions also exist for quite specific application needs.
• Additive weighing
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– Totalization of weight values
• Density determination
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• Differential weighing
1.4
– Backweighing
– Moisture content and dry weight determination
• Dispensing – Weighing-in to a target weight – Formula weighing 1.7
– Mixing of substances
– Net total weighing
– Formula weighing by weight and by percent
• Weight control
1.11
– Simple tolerance check with the METTLER DeltaTrac
– Plus/minus weighing
– Fill process control, pharmacopeia
– Statistical quality control
• Calculating with weight data and constants
1.15
• Statistical evaluation
1.16
• Piece counting
1.17
• Special weighing tasks, freely programmable
1.20
• Animal weighing – weighing in an unstable environment
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• Weighing under difficult conditions
1.22
– Below-the-balance weighing
– Weighing in a contaminated environment
• Weighing with extremely high accuracy
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Additive weighing
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Additive weighing
Weigh – add one more part, weigh – add one more part, weigh – ...
You wish to determine individual weights of several components or parts, but without
having to remove the samples already weighed from the weighing pan.
You can achieve this with every M balance or scale by taring after reading off the result.
Particularly well suited to this type of weighing are METTLER DeltaRange balances and
scales, however, as after taring the ten times more accurate fine range is fully accessible
for every individual weighing.
And don’t forget:
Irrespective of the individual weight currently displayed, every AM, PM or SM balance or
scale with the dynamic graphic indicator – the METTLER DeltaTrac – shows you how much
of the total weighing range is in use and how much is still available.
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But what should you do if you also need to know the total of the individual weights exactly?
Even this poses no problem:
One of the features of the Net total function of the LabPac-M and PharmaPac-M allows the
additive weighing of components and continuously calculates the total of the individual
weights.
Additive weighing can be used to particular effect in weight controls of several identical parts,
e.g. in the case of a pharmacopeia, and is equally well suited to the statistical evaluation
of individual weights and for use in piece counting.
Details are given in the appropriate subsections on the following pages.
Density determination
Density determination – convenient and time-saving!
Little acorns – great oaks: the Density Determination Kit from METTLER TOLEDO.
• Simple installation and
• sophisticated design
assure high reproducibility of the density determination of solids by the buoyancy method.
You can also determine the density of liquids by using a displacement body.
Incidentally:
For large bodies or liquid containers, you have the possibility of below-the-balance
weighing. You will find the appropriate information on page 1.22.
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Automatic density calculation – always the right method!
Whether solid, liquid or porous samples – even more flexibility and convenience is offered
by the Density Determination Kit in combination with the LabWare “Density determination”
software package for the EPSON HX-20:
• uncomplicated user guidance (menu)
• density determination by the buoyancy method or with a pycnometer
• automatic density calculation
• calibration of the pycnometer or displacement body
• statistical evaluation (X, s) of measurement series
• detailed result record with date, time, article, code and method
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See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the METTLER TOLEDO LabWare
“Density determination”.
Density determination
1.3
Differential weighing
1.4
Differential weighing
Differential weighing – moisture content and dry weight determination
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Quality, shelf-life and stability of many products are decisively affected by their moisture
content.
Are you already using the optimum method to check this important value?
Take a minute to discover what METTLER TOLEDO can offer you here for quality assurance
and lab analysis!
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Backweighing – mere child’s play with every balance or scale of the M series!
The unit percent is built into every AM, PM and SM balance or scale as a basic function.
You set the initial weight of your sample as reference (100 %), process the sample and then
reload on the balance. The result appears directly in percent of the initial weight.
Whether you need to backweigh filters or determine ignition residues
– the LabPac-M can handle up to 20 samples in backweighing:
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• the individual tare weights and initial weights of 20 samples can be stored
• the results of the backweighing can be displayed in 4 forms
• the samples can be processed and backweighed several times.
In combination with the GA44 Printer, the LabPac-M provides you with accurate records of
all intermediate stages and results.
Incidentally:
During sample treatment, you can use the balance for other weighings!
Backweighing in routine operation with even greater flexibility!
Do you need a system that makes an efficient backweighing routine possible in any order
even with a large number of samples?
Then you need the LabWare “Moisture determination” – with
• a capacity of up to 300 samples,
• an uncomplicated user guidance (menu) and
• a particularly detailed backweighing record.
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Incidentally:
Even inexperienced personnel can work rapidly and dependably with this system in routine
operation!
The METTLER TOLEDO LabWare “Moisture determination” runs on the EPSON HX-20.
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the LabPac-M and LabWare
“Moisture determination”.
Differential weighing
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Differential weighing
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Rapid moisture content determination for every sample
Whether you wish to analyze chemicals or foodstuffs, coffee or wood – the LP16 Infrared
Dryer is equipped to handle all possibilities!
You define various parameters in advance in accordance with the analysis sample, for
instance
• drying time and temperature,
• evaluation program and
• type of record.
Thanks to clear key symbols and convenient user guidance, as easy as winking!
But it is not only in routine operation that you will appreciate the wide variety of possibilities
to configure the LP16 especially for each type of sample!
For routine work in the lab and in production, the simple compact LJ16 instrument is
available.
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Via the data output built in as standard, the LP16 and LJ16 can be connected to the GA44
Printer, which then records all results and settings.
Incidentally:
With the Thermometer Set available as an accessory, you can always check the sample
temperature.
The LP16 Application Brochure with its 50 examples provides you with information on the
optimum drying parameters for a wide range of situations.
You will find further details regarding the LP16 and LJ16 in section 4.
Dispensing – Weighing-in to a target weight – Formula weighing
Day-to-day weighing, without stress!
You are looking to considerably ease the load in everyday weighing operations in the lab
or in production.
And in this connection your prime aims are presumably as follows:
• reliable weighing-in or dispensing within a reasonable time,
• dependable compliance with the formulation instructions in weight units or in percent,
• minimal reject quotas,
• error-free result recording and transfer of the weighing results.
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And you envisage that such routine work should progress in a simplified yet accelerated
manner, naturally without meticulousness and precision falling by the wayside. You also
wish to keep an eye on the cost factor.
Here, METTLER TOLEDO can offer you problem-oriented, user-friendly solutions.
Dispensing – Weighing-in to a target weight – Formula weighing
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Dispensing – Weighing-in to a target weight – Formula weighing
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The solo balance – a wealth of features!
For example, setting the balance to “fine dispensing” where the display reacts particularly
fast to the weight change and you always have all decimal places in view.
Or the METTLER DeltaTrac, a dynamic graphic indicator with 60 segments. In its basic
function it marks the weighing range already in use. It is thus virtually impossible for you
to exceed the maximum range and no longer be able to read off the weight when mixing
substances or totalizing weight values.
Repeated weighing-in to a target weight – so simple, yet nevertheless accurate!
For this you set the balance to %, weigh in the target weight once and set it as reference
(100 %). The DeltaTrac now changes into a plus/minus display with two tolerance vanes
and two pointers.
Each new weighing-in is now referred to the target weight. When the pointers are in the
“6 o'clock” position, the target weight has been reached with an accuracy of ± 0.25 %.
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Incidentally:
For particularly precise additions, you have the LV3 Vibrospatula available.
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Mixing and formula weighing made simple!
With the “Net total” function of the LabPac-M or PharmaPac-M, you can
• accurately weigh in additively any number of components from zero,
• enter the target weight of each component,
• weigh in each component to the target weight using the DeltaTrac and
• call up the total of components already added or weighed as a net total.
And all this without any calculation!
Incidentally:
Totalization is also possible with the NetEasy-M software cassette, see GM303 Control Unit
in section 4.
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Are the mixing proportions available in percent of the total weight?
With the “% formula” function of the LabPac-M you can
• enter the component weights in %,
• call up the total of the components already weighed in percent of the target weight or in
a weight unit,
• weigh in the first component only approximately yet achieve the exact concentration –
a possibility that you will certainly appreciate with substances difficult to dispense – as
well as
• make up the mixture to 100 % (= final weight).
And you wish to have all this on paper? With date, time and identification?
No problem! With the GA44 Printer you obtain all results as well in black and white, e.g. the
target weights and the actual weighed-in amounts of the individual components.
Dispensing – Weighing-in to a target weight – Formula weighing
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Dispensing – Weighing-in to a target weight – Formula weighing
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Formula weighing in routine operation – without a book of formulas!
For you have the F03220 Formulation Program for MS-DOS computers available.
• 100 formulations and 200 different components (raw materials) and
• 20 components per formulation with tolerance details
can be stored and recorded in detail in formula weighing.
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Additional plus points are:
• formulation in weight units or in %
• weighing of all components into a vessel or
weighing of each component into a single vessel (up to 10 batches)
• consumption calculation of the individual raw materials
• attachment of 3 balances or scales of the AT, M or MMR series
• password protection
Incidentally:
Yet another case where you will find the LV3 Vibrospatula extremely useful.
An A4 printer can be used not only to provide result records, but also to print out appropriate
labels for the finished products.
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the LabPac-M, the PharmaPac-M and FO3220.
Weight control
Simple tolerance check with the METTLER DeltaTrac
Built into every AM/PM/SM balance or scale as standard, this graphic indicator marks the
used and available weighing range.
If, on the other hand, the balance is set to the unit “%”, the target weight can be set as
reference (100 %). The DeltaTrac display now becomes a plus/minus display with two
tolerance vanes {{ }} . These mark the fixed tolerance range of ± 2.5 %.
Tolerances – freely selected!
Would you like to select the plus/minus tolerances freely, and perhaps have asymmetrical
tolerances? Or do you perhaps wish to even classify your products as a function of the
result?
The “Plus/minus weighing” function of the ProPac-M, if need be supplemented by the
GM54 Output Module, offers you these and other possibilities.
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You will find further information in sections 3 and 4.
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Weight control
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Fill process control
There is no escape route – the legislative authorities stipulate exact filling tolerances!
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quantity
Make therefore a virtue out of necessity:
Look for a control system that, from the managerial economics point of view, can even bring
you a plus instead of the worrying additional costs.
Hard to believe?
Consumer protection
Take our word for it. You will discover that this need not necessarily be a contradiction in
terms!
On the following pages METTLER TOLEDO introduces you to a range of systems for fill
process control – from the effective, small system up to the complex control system.
Select the optimum performance class for your plant and your requirements!
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Fill process control in compliance with the law – without an additional computer!
You produce pharmaceutical products, fill solids or liquids or package them. And you are
looking for a small, but powerful system for your checkweighings. For instance to
• check product data by random sampling right next to the filling machine and
• to summarize these samples in a records of totals, or also to
• be able to call up default values of the fill process control (e.g. violations of lower tolerance
limits) at any time.
Then you should take a closer look at the SQC12 StatPac-M1). It has been especially
designed for use as a small system in the field of fill process control and with pharmacopeia and needs no additional computer.
Among other things, the SQC12 StatPac-M offers
• dependable prepackage inspection without time-consuming checking of single items,
• a choice of 7 tolerance systems (e.g. EC systems, EUR pharmacopeia, freely selectable
tolerances).
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Incidentally:
With the appropriate setting, the balance can be used for normal weighings in between
sampling operations.
In combination with the GM54 Output Module, you can sort your products or control
indicators (lamps etc.) as a function of the result.
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the SQC12 StatPac-M.
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Weight control
SQC = Statistical Quality Control
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Weight control
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Highly complex quality control for your entire product line!
Should the control system be capable of handling a wide variety of products?
In combination with a MS-DOS computer, the SQC33 can manage up to 300 different
articles and each article can be assigned a tolerance system (e.g. EC standards, pharmacopeia).
And there is no need to worry – the operation is extremely simple thanks to menu guidance!
Incidentally:
Since the sampling operation runs automatically, it is possible to set up the balance and the
computer at separate locations.
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the SQC33.
Even more powerful features are offered by the METTLER TOLEDO control systems with
several weighing stations, e.g. the SQC52 quality control system.
Ask your METTLER TOLEDO dealer for more information!
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Calculating with weight data and constants
Flexible working with current weighing data
– without transcription and calculation errors!
Do you have to convert your weighing results, for instance to determine the weight/m2 of
a sheet of paper or the density of a liquid?
Would you like to prepare a 0.1 M saline solution and weigh out the requisite 5.85 g salt
per liter water only approximately to save time? Yet you subsequently desire reliable
indication of the exact amount of water!
METTLER TOLEDO CalcPac-M, the pocket calculator at the balance, achieves this!
With this you can perform all basic mathematical functions, store weight values, constants
or intermediate results; you can even evaluate measurement series statistically (calculation
of mean value and standard deviation).
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Do you weigh precious stones, gold or expensive chemicals and do you then wish to know
the price of the weighed material immediately?
We recommend the METTLER TOLEDO GoldPac-M, especially for the jewelry and goldsmith
trades.
The selectable weight units are oriented to the special needs of these branches. Thus, you
can weigh precious stones in carats and gold in grams and then at a simple keystroke
effortlessly calculate, for instance, the material value of a piece of jewelry.
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the CalcPac-M and the
GoldPac-M.
Calculating with weight data and constants
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Statistical evaluation
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Statistical evaluation
Mean value and standard deviation – at a simple keystroke!
You wish to check the uniformity of tablets, mechanical parts, packages, etc. For this you
must be familiar with the two most important statistical quantities, mean value X and
standard deviation s.
Or you need the two values in order to quantify the scatter of the weighing results within a
series of measurements.
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Just take a look at which METTLER TOLEDO products offer statistics functions for different
weigh-ing tasks – you can then forget paper, pencil and pocket calculator without further
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• With StatEasy-M you can calculate mean value and standard deviation, see GM303
Control Unit in section 4.
• CalcPac-M calculates the total, mean value and standard deviation of the individual
weights and shows the number of weighings.
• Mean value, standard deviation and number of samples are available with the CountPac-M as functions for quality assessment of the counted parts.
• The “Statistics” function of the PharmaPac-M and ProPac-M calculates X, s and n for
simple quality control in the lab or in production.
• SQC12 StatPac-M and other SQC systems for quality control provide not only X, s and
n, but also the minimum and maximum value, their difference as well as the number of
violations of the lower and upper tolerance limits.
• If you work with the LabWare “Density determination” software package with several
samples, you can also calculate X and s.
• In backweighings with the LabWare “Moisture determination”, you obtain the mean
value of up to 300 samples.
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the Pacs and software.
Piece counting
From the scale to an efficient piece counting system
– rapidly, accurately and reliably with METTLER TOLEDO counting systems?
How do you determine the piece count at present?
Estimation is not synonymous with knowing!
Counting manually means wasting time!
Using counters means product dependency!
Using mechanical counting balances demands patience!
Do you really wish to reconcile yourself to the disadvantages of these counting methods?
METTLER TOLEDO balances allow you to forget such imponderables.
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The balance determines the weight of a single part from a reference quantity. The net weight
and the piece weight are then used to calculate the total piece count. This offers enormous
advantages compared with traditional counting methods thanks to
• marked time saving,
• greater accuracy and
• outstanding user convenience.
If you wish to count small parts very accurately, you need a high resolution balance. But
you need have no fear of high costs!
Thanks to the recallable fine range of METTLER DeltaRange balances and scales, you can
determine the piece count just as accurately as with a high resolution balance or scale of
the same capacity.
Piece counting
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Piece counting
Piece counting – quite simply with any scale!
For simple applications, the very thing: a scale of the M series with piece counting built in
as standard.
The reference piece number 10 is programmed in firmware. After the reference has been
set, the sample to be counted is loaded and you can immediately read off the total piece
count on the scale display. That’s all there is to it!
Piece counting – with more flexibility regarding the reference weight!
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Perhaps you need greater scope in regard to the reference piece number – with the
CountEasy-M software cassette you can expand the possibilities of your balance or scale,
see also GM303 Control Unit in section 4.
Whether you are packaging or portion counting tablets and capsules or counting and
batching piece goods – the solution now goes under the name PharmaPac-M for the lab
and ProPac-M for the production sector.
Both Pacs offer the “Piece counting” function; in addition to the fixed reference piece number
10, you now have available
• a free selection of the reference piece number and
• the possibility to optimize the reference weight.
This means:
marked easing of the load with one of the most frequent and nerve-racking routine operations
and at the same time greater accuracy in counting.
CountEasy-M, PharmaPac-M and ProPac-M automatically provide a hardcopy, detailed
record of each piece counting operation if a GA44 Printer is attached.
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the PharmaPac-M and the
ProPac-M.
Piece counting – for demanding tasks
Whether you are taking inventory or packaging piece goods – for counting tasks in these
areas the solution is called CountPac-M.
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The range of available possibilities includes
• labelling articles using a 14-digit identification number,
• subtraction of the weight of the tare container first,
• direct recall, entry or correction of the piece weight,
• totalizing partial quantities or portions via weight or piece count.
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Very small parts in large amounts – a problem or not?
In the counting of numerous, extremely light parts, the accuracy of your counting balance
is possibly not sufficient.
Here, the CountPac-M allows a counting system with 2 balances:
With an attached reference balance, the piece weight can be read in by the counting balance
up to two decimal places more accurately. Thus, for example, with an AE, AM or AT balance
as reference balance, up to several million parts weighing 0.1 g can be counted.
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An attached printer provides a record of the counting process.
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the CountPac-M.
Piece counting
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Special weighing tasks, freely programmable
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Special weighing tasks, freely programmable
Custom-tailored instead of ready-made – even with the software!
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Have you still not found a solution for your special application problem in the METTLER
TOLEDO product range?
Then make use of the innumerable possibilities stored by the XPac-M for the solution of
weighing tasks not found in day-to-day operations:
It is freely programmable and thus handles even out-of-the-way problems: For instance,
• with a program that allows the performance of aerosols to be tested, or
• with a program that allows an automatic start in animal weighing and automatic taring
after removal of the animal, or
• with a program that has ready a custom-tailored solution to your special application
program!
How does this function?
You define the weighing application and write the appropriate program on a DOS computer
or an EPSON PX-4. The METTLER TOLEDO XPac compiler, which is available to separate
order, then translates the program into the XPac code.
Once your desired program has been loaded in the memory of the balance, your work
becomes convenience itself.
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Incidentally:
If you do not wish to write the program yourself, METTLER TOLEDO will be pleased to do it
for you!
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the XPac-M.
Animal weighing – weighing in an extremely unstable environment
Whether you weigh white mice or black cats
– with the weighing technology from METTLER TOLEDO, you have complete mastery even
of unstable weighing samples!
The cycle time for the determination of a measured value can be adjusted stepwise.
Measurements are made during this time and then their mean value determined.
Weight fluctuations due to movements of the animals are thus irrelevant.
Even severe shocks in the vicinity can no longer influence the weighing results.
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This dynamic weighing is in principle possible with all scales of the M series.
Special animal weighing pans are available as accessories – see the “Accessories” section
for further information.
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Animal weighing – weighing in an extremely unstable environment
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Weighing under difficult conditions
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Weighing under difficult conditions
Below-the-balance weighing
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Do you wish
• to weigh magnetic weighing samples,
• to weigh under exceptional ambient conditions (e.g. dust, vibrations, extremes of
temperature) or
• to perform density determinations for large bodies or liquid containers?
Then make use of the possibilities offered by below-the-balance weighing!
For this, the weighing pan or platform is separated from the balance and suspended from
the balance hanger.
With most of the PM and SM balances and scales, the hanger is part of the standard
equipment or available as an accessory. See the table “Standard equipment” in section 5
for more information.
Weighing in a contaminated environment (toxic substances, radioactivity)
Hazardous substances at the scale location cause problems which require special
solutions:
• in such cases, weighing pan and weighing cell can be separated from the electronics
and the display thereby minimizing disposal problems.
The PM-SE Conversion Kit is available for PM balances up to 6.1 kg. See section 4 “METTLER
TOLEDO Optional accessories” for further information.
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Weighing with extremely high accuracy
As a weighing professional
you are responsible for applications that require extremely high accuracy. You thus primarily
demand outstanding reproducibility from your balance.
You work
• with valuable weighing samples or heavy tare vessels – for example in quality control
or in the verification and calibration service.
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You are familiar with the requirements needed to obtain optimum weighing results and thus
create the necessary conditions for this regarding the
• surroundings (e.g. vibration-free work room, atmospheric conditions as constant as
possible, avoidance of drafts) and
• operation (e.g. work in a constant time cycle, weighing sample acclimatized and not
electrostatically chargeable).
In this case you certainly appreciate the particular advantage of the METTLER TOLEDO
PM5003 Comparator: as an unparalleled balance of the METTLER TOLEDO PM range, it
also weighs accurately in the weight class 5 kg down to the milligram range.
The draft shield prevents air currents and helps keep the weighing chamber atmosphere
constant. The circular weighing pan helps ensure exact centering of the weighing sample.
You will find further information in the METTLER TOLEDO booklet “Weighing the Right Way”
(720906).
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2. Result recording and data transfer
The AM/PM/SM balances and scales are fitted with two
interface connections “Data I/O” and “GM” as standard.
METTLER TOLEDO offers suggestions for problem solving in the
following applications:
The “Data I/O” connection can be used for the serial
transfer of data to and from the balance or scale (bidirectional).
This connection facilitates the simple attachment of devices
– with an RS232C interface
– with an active current loop data interface (METTLER
TOLEDO CL interface) or
– with other interfaces via the appropriate METTLER
TOLEDO interface converters.
The connection is point-to-point; only one device can be
attached.
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Attachment of a printer – result recording
Attachment of a computer – bidirectional communication
Hand or foot switch for the print and/or tare command
Attachment of several balances or scales to a central
data station
Acquisition and processing of bar-coded information
Data transfer to devices with different interfaces
Control of peripherals by the balance or scale
Protection of the system against electrical power line
disturbances
Overview of the connection possibilities
The “GM” connection can be used to expand the weighing
station for special applications with METTLER TOLEDO
peripherals such as auxiliary displays and the GM54 Output Module. This output is designed to allow several
devices to be attached simultaneously.
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2.2
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.2
Attachment of a printer – result recording
Attachment of a printer – result recording
❏
❏
❏
D a ta
I/O
Printout of data and weighing records,
automatic documentation of the weighing results,
printout of the balance parameter settings.
– with the METTLER TOLEDO GA44 Printer.
The alphanumeric GA44 Thermal Printer for attachment to the CL interface is supplied with
a balance connection cable (1.5 m).
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Data transfer is possible when the settings of the balance under “I-FACE” match the factory
settings (see operating instructions of the balance).
The print command can be triggered as follows:
• with the “PRT” command of the GA44 Printer
• via the control bar of the balance (with AM/PM balances up to 6.1 kg)
• via the “PRINT” key (with high-capacity PM scales, SM scales and with the GM303
Control Unit available as an accessory)
• via an external hand or foot switch available as an accessory
• automatically with the appropriate balance configuration
You will find further details regarding the GA44 Printer in section 4.
– with printers of other manufacturers including printers with an RS232C interface, e.g.
EPSON FX-80, LX-800
The print command can be triggered from the balance in the same manner as with the GA44
Printer.
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Data transfer is possible when the following settings
• transmission rate (baud rate, 110 to 9600 baud),
• control characters (parity E, O, N, M, S) and
• communications protocol (handshake with “PAUSE” or hardware handshake through
line)
are the same for the balance and printer.
Further requisite settings of the printer interface:
• number of data bits: 7
• number of stop bits: 1
• line feed:
“off” (AutoFeed “off” or CR “off” or “invalid”)
• character set:
to national codes
For the attachment of a printer, METTLER TOLEDO offers the following cables:
SubD 25-pin, female
1.5 m
SubD 25-pin, male
1.5 m
Cable for EPSON P-40
1.5 m
Extension cable (“MiniMettler” both ends)
2m
Extension cable
5m
Extension cable
10 m
Attachment of a printer – result recording
2.3
33995
33640
33688
216151
216152
216153
2.4
Attachment of a computer – bidirectional communication
Attachment of a computer – bidirectional communication
❏
❏
❏
Data and result transfer from the balance to the computer,
control of the balance from the computer,
mutual control (dialog operation) with the DataPac-M operating terminal.
Data interchange is possible when the following settings
• transmission rate (baud rate, 110 to 9600 baud),
• control characters (parity E, O, N, M, S) and
• communications protocol (handshake with “PAUSE” or hardware handshake through
line)
are the same for the balance and computer.
Computer
e.g. IBM-PC
GM
Data I/O
Further requisite settings of the computer interface:
• number of data bits: 7
• number of stop bits: 1
The command set for control of the balance by the computer is described in the operating
instructions “Bidirectional data interface of the PM balances”, see section 6.
DataPac-M
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For the attachment of a computer, METTLER TOLEDO offers the following cables:
SubD 25-pin, male (e.g. IBM-XT)
1.5 m
33995
SubD 9-pin, male (e.g. IBM-AT or laptop) 1.5 m
33783
Extension cable (“MiniMettler” both ends)
2m
216151
Extension cable
5m
216152
Extension cable
10 m
216153
See section 3 for a complete description of the capabilities of the DataPac-M.
Hand or foot switch for the print and/or tare command
❏
Transfer cable
(attachment to Data I/O)
Tare cable
(attachment to GM)
Connection
with a cable
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Hand switch
Foot switch
Hand or foot switch for the print and/or tare command
9
❏
For triggering the print or tare command if the balance
– is remote,
– is difficult to reach or,
– should not be subjected to shocks (above all with 0.1 mg balances).
Foot switch for triggering the print or tare command when both hands are needed for
weighing.
• Hand switch with neutral cable (length 1 m):
• Foot switch with neutral cable (length 3 m):
42500
46278
Print command
Attachment of the hand or foot switch to DATA I/O of the balance
with the transfer cable (length 30 cm)
47473
Tare command
Attachment of the hand or foot switch to the GM interface of the balance
with the tare cable (length 30 cm)
33872
Both cables have a T-connector; this allows the attachment of additional devices.
2.5
2.6
Attachment of several balances or scales to a central data station
Attachment of several balances or scales to a central data station
❏
❏
❏
Central data station
(with RS232C)
The CL310 5-Channel Line Selector (Multiplexer) allows bidirectional data communication
(full duplex operation) of 5 serial data lines over 1 serial line.
CL250
The balance is attached to the CL310 Multiplexer with the 47936 cable.
Distance
up to 1 km
CL310
For attachment of the CL310 Multiplexer to a computer with an RS232C interface, the
CL250 Interface Converter is needed.
Data I/O
CL310
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Transfer and evaluation of data from several weighing stations,
combination of the data lines at the data sources (balances),
reduction of the serial data lines to a minimum.
Data I/O
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9
Data I/O
For system expansion, the CL310 Multiplexers can be connected in series if more than 5
instruments have to be attached.
Data I/O
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Acquisition and processing of bar-coded information
❏
❏
Computer
GA44
Printer
A central weighing system for the acquisition of bar codes can comprise the following
units:
• balance (as appropriate, with DataPac-M terminal)
• bar code readers,
e.g. hand scanners (LS7000, LS8100) or wand readers (HP6000 series)
• central data station (computer)
• GA44 Printer
• GA50 Peripheral Controller
GA50
Hand
scanner
Reading-in, editing and further processing of bar-coded information in weighing
systems.
Coordination of bar-coded information and weighing data for
– communication with a central data station,
– result recording on a local printer.
Wand reader
The GA50 takes over the editing of the coded information and the data distribution. The
individual units do not need their own data line to the central data station.
GM
Data I/O
DataPac-M
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Acquisition and processing of bar-coded information
You will find further details regarding the GA50 Peripheral Controller in section 4.
For attachment to the GA50 Peripheral Controller, various cables are available from
METTLER TOLEDO (see “Cables and connectors” in section 4).
2.7
2.8
Data transfer to devices with different interfaces
Data transfer to devices with different interfaces
❏
❏
Matching the data interfaces of the balance to other interfaces used in industry.
Data transfer over long distances (up to 1 km).
Computer
RS232C
connection
Peripheral,
e.g. CL-RS232C
Interface Adapter
CL cable for
communication
over
considerable
distances
Mettle
r CL 250
GM
The METTLER TOLEDO CL interface converters are available for this.
The following interface standards can be matched to the CL interface:
• BCD parallel
CL240
CL-BCD Interface
• IEEE488 (IEC bus, HP-IB)
CL241
CL-IEEE488 Interface
• RS232C
CL249
CL-RS232C Adapter
• RS232C (selectable handshake)
CL250
CL-RS232C Interface
The CL249 and CL250 Interface Converters are needed when
• distances between 15 m and 1000 m have to be covered. The RS232C interface is not
suitable for such distances. Or if
• CL peripheral units (e.g. CL310) have to be attached to an RS232C interface, e.g. for the
attachment of a CL310 Multiplexer to the RS232C interface of a computer.
Data I/O
GM
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You will find further details regarding the METTLER TOLEDO CL interface converters in section
4, “CL devices”.
To set up the cable connections, the CL extension cables (see section 4, “Cables and
connectors”) are available.
Control of peripherals by the balance or scale
GM
❏
Result-dependent control of motors, pumps, valves, signal lamps, relays etc.,
❏
control of motors, pumps, etc. by a computer.
Application Pacs such as ProPac-M, FlowPac-M, SQC12 StatPac-M, SQC32 or SQC52
send result-dependent signals via the GM interface to the GM54 Output Module.
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There these signals are converted to switching commands for the attached devices, such
as pumps, motors or signal lamps.
In addition, the outputs of the GM54 Output Module can be controlled by a computer via the
serial interface.
GM54
Output
Module
8 digital outputs for
control of peripherals
Peripherals can thus be controlled
• as a function of the weighing results or
• by the balance via the serial interface of a computer.
You will find further details regarding GM54 in section 4.
Control of peripherals by the balance or scale
2.9
2.10
Protection of the system against electrical power line disturbances
Protection of the system against electrical power line disturbances
❏
❏
CL110
Protection of electronic instruments against power line disturbances,
central on/off switching of the weighing system.
The CL111 Power Line Filter offers excellent protection against power line disturbances of
a moderate to high level. It can be used for loads up to 2 A power consumption.
For protection against extremely high disturbance levels, use of the CL110 Power Line Filter,
which can provide up to 3.15 A current, is advisable.
In addition, it is also possible to switch the attached units on and off centrally.
You will find further details regarding the METTLER TOLEDO power line filter in section 4,
“CL devices”.
Power supply
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Overview of the connection possibilities
Only one device can be attached to Data I/O
Epson P-40
Exceptions:
– cable for reference balance
– transfer cable
Computer with
9-pin SubD, m
Computer with
25-pin SubD, m
Hand switch
Epson
HX-20
33995
Foot switch
Transfer cable
47473
33783
33688
33955
Data I/O
extension
221046
Printer with
25-pin SubD, f
METT
Digital LER
Converto Analog
ter
D/A Converter
33640
GA44
Printer
I/O
GA44
extension
47926
I/O data
interface
47936
number dependent on balance
CL cable
for balance
from other balances
47936
CL extension
Reference balance
Mettle
r CL 31
0
Mettler
to other devices
Overview of the connection possibilities
GA50 Peripheral
Controller
CL 240
CL240, CL241, CL249, CL250
CL Interface Converter
2.11
CL310 5-Channel
Line Selector
2.12
Overview of the connection possibilities
Several devices can be attached at the same time to the GM interface
Pacs
GM53 Auxiliary Display
GM48, GM49
Auxiliary Display
GM303
Control Unit
GM extension
33784
Foot switch
Tare cable
33872
GM extension
33959
I/O
GM
Hand switch
GM54
Output Module
LV10 Automatic
Feeder
to lamps, motors, pumps, etc.
3. Application Pacs and software
The Application Pacs are supplied in two forms:
• as a separate entry keypad with cable for AM and
PM balances,
• as an application terminal together with the display
for SM scales.
For high-capacity PM and SM scales or for AM and PM
balances with the GM303 Control Unit, the following
software cassettes are available for simple applications:
• CountEasy-M
• NetEasy-M
• StatEasy-M
Further details can be found in section 4, “GM devices”.
• CalcPac-M
Page
– for direct calculations with weight data
• CountPac-M
– a match for any piece counting operation
• DataPac-M
– allows dialog with the computer
• FlowPac-M
– for mass flow measurement and control
• FO3220
– the powerful formulation program for your MS-DOS computer
• GoldPac-M
– for simple price calculation and unit switching in the gold and
precious stone trades
• LabPac-M
– the lab aid in differential weighing and formula weighing
• LabWare “Density determination”
– the program for convenient density determination
• LabWare “Moisture determination”
– the program for the simple determination of moisture content and dry weight
• PharmaPac-M
– simplifies the production, control and packaging of pharmaceutical products
• ProPac-M
– supports the checking and packaging of your products
• SQC12 StatPac-M (for one article)
– controls fill quantities and pharmaceutical products
where tolerances have statutory limits
• SQC33 (for up to 300 articles)
– the statistics program for MS-DOS computers
• XPac-M
– programmable for your special requirements
3.1
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
3.10
3.12
3.14
3.16
3.18
3.20
3.22
3.24
3.26
3.28
3.2
CalcPac-M
– for direct calculations with weight data
Entry of identification number,
code, date and time
Processing of weight
data and/or numbers
Switching to
second fuction
Automatic calculation
with constants
F1
ID
Set
X
F4
8
Time
9
Clear key
÷
I
X
4
5
6
x
Clear
entry
Print command
1
Clear ∑
∑+
Clear
Correction key
Code
F2
F3
7
Date
0
Include current value
in total, print out and
clear statistics
2
.
3
-
Print
Save
=
+
Conclusion of operations
or entries, save the constants
to prevent loss on power outage
Weight transfer
and display
Operations
Totalization/statistics
Constants
• +, -, x, ÷, 1/x, ≈, 2x, +/-, x2
• for calculations involving weight data and numbers or numbers alone
• dynamic processing of the current display with a multiplication constant (also possible without entry
keypad)
•
•
•
•
addition or subtraction of individual weight values to or from the current total (∑+, ∑-)
number of individual weighings n
mean value X
standard deviation s
• 4 constants incl. mathematical operators storable
• 3 constants can be saved to prevent unintentional change
Display formats
• fixed decimal point, 0...6 places
• exponential format
• fixed decimal point of the scale
Result recording
• printout of values and results with date, time, code and identification number
• complete record of totals
Standard equipment
Peripherals
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
• GM units
• GA44 Printer
3.3
3.4
CountPac-M
– a match for any piece counting operation
Totalization/
Portion counting
Entry of data and time
Sum
Entry of record
identifications and code
Entry and calculation
of the piece weight,
variable reference
piece number
Date
Start
sum
n+1
ID 1
ID 2
Code
Ref.
balance
Ref
n pcs.
Ref.
opt.
Piece
Pieces
Fix 100
Weight
0
Tare
preset
Count
7
8
Fix 40
Fix 50
4
5
Fix 10
Fix 20
1
2
Fixed, preset
reference piece
numbers
Reset key
Time
9
Reset
Clear
6
Print command
Fix 30
3
Print
Value transfer key
Save
.
-
Clear and
correction key
Enter
Saving of values (e.g. piece weight,
identification number) to prevent loss
on power outage
Piece counting
Totalization/portion counting
Statistics
Result recording
Standard equipment
Peripherals
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
with fixed, preset reference piece number Fix 10...Fix 100
with any selectable reference piece number Ref. n pcs.
entry of a known piece weight, display of this value on the balance or scale display
reference optimization, i.e. recalculation of the piece weight from the current values
second balance possible as reference balance, this allows a resolution up to 100x higher
tare preset
switching between piece count and weight
counting out of a full container
• division of large quantities into portions
• item counter
• switching between current piece count and total
Weight statistics of parts being counted, with
• number of samples
• mean value X
• standard deviation s
• printout of values and results with date, time, code and two identification numbers
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
• GA44 Printer
• high resolution balance as reference balance, e.g. an AE, AM or AT balance
• connection cables for reference balances
3.5
3.6
DataPac-M
– allows dialog with the computer
Function keys
A
B
7
8
9
C
D
4
5
6
E
F
1
2
3
Clear
Clearing of
wrong entries
Termination o entry
G
H
0
.
-
Enter
Transfer of weighing results
Print key
Functions
Standard equipment
Peripherals
•
•
•
•
entry and transfer of identifications
entry and transfer of (target) weight values and numbers
start of functional sequences in the program of the master computer
control of functional sequences, e.g. through Yes/No decisions
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• operating instructions with description of the interface and the commands to control the scale
•
•
•
•
•
GA44 Printer
GM54 Output Module
LV10 Automatic Feeder
devices with RS/CL interface
connection cables for various computer systems
3.7
3.8
FlowPac-M
Set value entry
Controller
– for mass flow measurement and control
Automatic
refill limits
Entry of identification number,
code, date and time
Start
MAX
ID
Date
7
Control
+5
MIN
-5%
0
Stop
Code
M -Tare
9
5
6
Mode
Preset
Tol %
1
0
Preload,
tare
Control: Transport time
Measurement: Measurement
interval
Reset
Correction key
%
Prt
4
++/- -
STOP
8
Reset key
Time
2
3
Clear
Print command
Print
Value transfer key
Fill
.
-
Enter
Fail-safe storage
Print interval
Start value of pump capacity
Select operating mode
Learn function
Alarm function
Flow direction
Manual refilling
Control
Measurement
Standard equipment
Peripherals
• mass flow control through pumps with frequency or analog signal control
• mass flow control with electromagnetic valve for gases and liquids
• continuous computer-controlled mass mixing
• measurement and recording of mass flows (weight decrease or increase per unit time) for the calibration
or certification of pumps, valves or measuring instruments
• determination of the efficiency of mass metering devices and filters
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
•
•
•
•
•
GA44 Printer for recording the control or measurement process
GM54 Output Module for control operation
GA37 D/A Converter for pumps with analog signal control
GM48, GM49 Auxiliary Displays
connection cables for various computer systems
3.9
3.10
FO3220
– the powerful formulation program for your MS-DOS computer
=============================================================================
METTLER FO3220 FORMULATION SYSTEM
********************
Color
Formula Name : Plaster
Formula No. :
3
Batch Quantity:
2500.00
C o r p o r a t i o n ********************
Formula Code : Super-P
Batch ID
: Smith
Tare
332.10 g
:
g
****************************************************************************
No.
Component Name
Component Code
Nominal
Actual
-------------------------------------------------------------------------12
Marble powder
Batch 56
783.30 g
785.20 g
11
Marble chips
Batch 78/9
366.70 g
365.90 g
4
Adhesive A
Batch 67-78
29.20 g
29.10 g
8
Color yellow
Ye-58.9
120.80 g
119.20 g
3
Additive 3
CD 45
151.70 g
153.20 g
2
Additive 2
YKL 67
498.30 g
493.60 g
16
Water
1050.00 g
1050.00 g
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Net
Weighed by:
3000.00 g
2996.20 g
Difference to Nominal:
Gross:
-0.1 %
3328.50 g
. . . . . . . . . . . .
:
Date: 01.02.1990
Time: 11:48
=============================================================================
Formula weighing
Definition
Configuration
Standard equipment
Accessories
2 different weighing methods:
• weighing the components of a formulation into a vessel or
• weighing of each component into its own vessel (up to 10 batches possible)
• mass unit for formulation and tolerance separately definable
• 3 scales with different resolution attachable
• up to 20 components per formulation,
up to 100 formulations and
up to 200 components can be stored and managed
• automatic totalization of the consumption of every single component
• result record of weighing data
•
•
•
•
new entries or changes (mutations) to formulation data
printout of formulation data in DIN A4 format
storage or copying of formulation data to external storage devices
clearing of the totalized consumption of the individual components
Setting of general parameters, e.g.
• printout with or without formulation name, formulation code or component name
• password protection of the components and formulation data
• dialog languages English, German and French selectable in the installation
• label printout
• FO3220-1: Software on 3.5" diskettes
FO3220-2: Software on 5.25" diskettes
• installation information
• operating instructions as text file on diskette
• connection cable between scale and MS-DOS computer
• LV3 Vibrospatula
3.11
3.12
GoldPac-M
– for simple price calculation and unit switching in the gold and precious stone trades
Entry of identification number,
code, date and time
Switching to
second key function
Selection of
weight units
ID
Set
g
ct
7
Processing of weight data
and/or numbers
Date
8
Clear key
Time
9
÷
Correction key
Code
4
Clear
5
6
x
Clear
entry
Print command
dwt
1
Automatic multiplication
of displayed weight value
by the price
2
Clear ∑
Price
∑+
Totalize/
Clear memory
3
-
Save
0
.
=
+
Print
Weight transfer
and display
Saving of values (e.g. price, display format)
to prevent loss on power outage
Operations
Display format
Units
Constants
Result recording
Standard equipment
Peripherals
• +, -, x, ÷, totalization of individual weights, automatic price calculation
• automatic calculations involving weight data and numbers or numbers alone
• fixed decimal point, 0...6 places
• exponential format
• fixed decimal point of the scale
• direct choice between g, ct, dwt
• additional units programmable
• price per weight unit programmable
• printout of values and results with date, time, code and identification number
• printout on totalization
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
• GM48, GM49 Auxiliary Displays
• GA44 Printer
3.13
3.14
LabPac-M
– the lab aid in differential weighing and formula weighing
Formulations according
to percentage composition
Entry of identification number,
code, date and time
ID
Diff.
weighing
%
formula
Net
total
7
Date
8
9
Code
Storage
tare
Target
Store
weight
Comp.
(%)
Re-zero
Re-zero
End
Total %
Total
Total
Last
Comp.
4
Reset key
Time
Reset
Clear
5
6
Clear and
correction key
Print command
Results
1
2
3
Print
Value transfer key
Save
0
Differential weighing Net total weighing
(formulations according
to weight composition)
.
-
Enter
Saving of values (e.g. target weight,
set weight of 1st component)
to prevent loss on power outage
Differential weighing
% formula
Net total
Result recording
Standard equipment
Peripherals
•
•
•
•
•
•
storage of up to 20 tare weights and initial weights
automatic weight transfer in backweighing in the same order
result as difference in weight units or in % of the initial weight
result as absolute value in weight units or in % of the initial weight
baching of all samples after new treatment repeatable any number of times
scale available for other weighings during sample processing
• entry of the formulation target weight in the selected weight unit and entry of the components in % of the
target weight or
• automatic calculation of the formulation target weight after entry of the 1st component in % and its initial
weight
• weighing-in of all components from zero with help of the DeltaTrac display
• recall of the formulation target weight, filling of mixtures to target weight
• recall of current net total in weight units or in % of the target weight
•
•
•
•
•
weighing in of any number of components each from zero with the help of the DeltaTrac display
net total (total of the component weights) recallable at any time
filling with top-up components (e.g. liquid) from net total up to formulation weight (additive weighing)
DeltaTrac display as weighing-in aid after entry of the target weight
totalization of individual weights (without target weight entry)
• printout of values and results with date, time, code and identification number
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
• GA44 Printer
• LV3 Vibrospatula
• GM48, GM49 Auxiliary Displays
3.15
3.16
LabWare “Density determination” 59730
– the program for convenient density determination
Erase
F1
F2
F3
EPSON
1 Liquids
2 Solids
3 Calibration
HX-20
Mettler LabWare
DE2010
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
Liquids
Solids
Calibration
Statistics
Back STEP
========================
Density determinat.
07.05.90
17:58
-----------------------Article : Metal
Code
: porous
-----------------------Porous solids
L.density
Sample
Buoyancy
Density
0.9982 g/ml
119.86 g
37.87 g
3.159 g/ml
========================
*** Mettler LabWare ***
Computer
Density determination liquids
Density determination solids
Statistics
Result recording
Standard equipment
Accessories
• EPSON HX-20 with memory expansion and cassette tape drive
• by the buoyancy method with the aid of a displacement body
• by use of a pycnometer
• by the buoyancy method for normal or porous solids
• by use of a pycnometer
• variable sample size
• mean value X
• standard deviation s
• printout of values and results with date, time, article and code by HX-20
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
microcassette with program
keypad template in English, German and French for the function keys of the HX-20
cable for connection of an AM, AT or PM balance to the HX-20
cable for connection of an AE balance to the HX-20
in-use cover for the HX-20
holder for large paper rolls
operating instructions
short-form operating instructions
• Density Determination Kit 33360
• Displacement body 10 ml 210260
3.17
3.18
LabWare “Moisture determination” 59728
– the program for the simple determination of moisture content and dry weight
Erase
F1
F2
EPSON
1 Weigh in
2 Backweigh
3 Printout
F3
HX-20
F4
F5
F6
Weighing in
Backweighing
Printout
Mettler LabWare
MD2010
F7
F8
Back STEP
========================
Determine
dry content
08.05.90
15:28
-----------------------Article : Butter
Batch
: 12/AS
-----------------------Pan No
3045
Init wg
20.670 g
Residue
15.910 g
Difference
-4.689 g
Calculation 1
-22.69 %
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*** Mettler LabWare ***
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Determine
dry content
08.05.90
10:25
-----------------------Printout
from
08.05.90 16:18
to
08.05.90 17:23
Calculation 1
-----------------------Article : Butter
Batch
: 12/AS
1. -22.69% 2. -23.26%
3. -20.30% 4. -18.05%
Mean value
-21.07%
-----------------------Article : Butter
Batch
: 15/bb
1. -21.47% 2. -21.78%
Mean value
-21.62%
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*** Mettler LabWare ***
Computer
Calculation
Result recording
Standard equipment
• EPSON HX-20 with memory expansion and cassette tape drive
• moisture content (difference between residue and initial weight in percent of initial weight, initial weight
100 %)
• dry weight (residue in percent of initial weight, initial weight = 100 %)
• wet weight (initial weight in percent of residue, residue = 100 %)
• dry weight (difference between residue and initial weight in percent of residue, residue = 100 %)
• summary of batches
• mean value in multiple weighings
• evaluation of up to 300 samples
=
• record of initial weights with article name, batch, pan number, tare and initial weight
• backweighing record with article, batch, pan number, initial weight, residue, difference and result in
accordance with the selected method of calculation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
microcassette with program
keypad template in English, German and French for the function keys of the HX-20
cable for connection of an AM, AT or PM balance to the HX-20
cable for connection of an AE balance to the HX-20
in-use cover for the HX-20
holder for large paper rolls
operating instructions
3.19
3.20
PharmaPac-M
– simplifies the production, control and packaging of pharmaceutical products
Entry of identification number,
code, date and time
Statistics
Piece
counting
Stats.
Net
Total
Ref.
10 pcs.
Max.
samples
n
Comp.
Ref.
n pcs.
Results
n,x,s
Re-zero
ID
Date
Time
7
8
9
Code
4
Reset key
Reset
Clear
5
6
Clear and
correction key
Print command
1
2
Total
Pieces
Weight
Weight
Piece counting
Last
3
Print
Save
0
Net total weighing
.
-
Enter
Value transfer key
Reference optimization
Save of value (e.g. piece weight, reference piece number)
to prevent loss on power outage
Display of the piece weight
in piece counting
Piece counting
•
•
•
•
•
•
counting and determination of unknown piece numbers
with fixed, preset reference piece number Ref. 10 pcs.
with any selectable reference piece number Ref. n pcs.
reference optimization, i.e. recalculation of the piece weight from the current values
piece weight recallable at a keystroke
switching between piece count and weight
Statistics
•
•
•
•
•
•
mean value X
standard deviation s
number of weighing samples selectable
individual weighing or additive weighing (weighed parts remain on the scale)
automatic plausibility check (± 50 % of the current mean value)
statistical evaluation of animal weighings
Net total
•
•
•
•
•
weighing-in of any number of components each from zero with the aid of the DeltaTrac display
net total (total of the component weights) recallable at any time
filling with top-up components (e.g. liquid) from net total up to formulation weight (additive weighing)
DeltaTrac display as weighing-in aid after entry of the target weight
totalization of individual weight values (without target weight entry)
Result recording
Standard equipment
Peripherals
• printout of values and results with date, time, code and identification number
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
• GA44 Printer
• LV3 Vibrospatula
3.21
3.22
ProPac-M
– supports the checking and packaging of your products
Statistics
Entry of identification number,
code, date and time
Piece
counting
Stats.
+/Weighing
Ref.
10 pcs..
Max.
samples
n
Nominal
Ref.
n pcs.
Results
n,x,s
Limit
Weight
+
ID
Date
Time
7
8
9
Code
4
Reset key
Reset
Clear
5
6
Print command
_
1
2
Piece
3
Print
Save
Weight
Piece counting
Limit
Clear and
correction key
0
Plus/minus weighing
.
-
Enter
Value transfer key
Reference optimization
Saving of values (e.g. reference weight)
to prevent loss on power outage
Display of the piece weight
in piece counting
Piece counting
•
•
•
•
•
•
counting and determination of unknown piece numbers
with fixed, preset reference piece number Ref. 10 pcs.
with any selectable reference piece number Ref. n pcs.
reference optimization, i.e. recalculation of the piece weight from the current values
piece weight recallable at a keystroke
switching between piece count and weight
Statistics
•
•
•
•
•
•
mean value X
standard deviation s
number of weighing samples selectable
individual weighing or additive weighing (weighed parts remain on the scale)
automatic plausibility check (± 50 % of the current mean value)
statistical evaluation of animal weighings
Plus/minus weighing
•
•
•
•
•
•
weighing-in aid with the DeltaTrac display after entry of the target value
check on adherence to a target weight with selectable plus/minus tolerances
quality control of finished parts using the weight
automatic printout of the weight with selectable acceptance criteria
individual weighing or additive weighing (weighed parts or amounts remain on the scale)
control of outputs of the GM54 Output Module based on the weight situation in regard to tolerance limits
Result recording
Standard equipment
Peripherals
• printout of values and results with date, time, code and identification number
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
• GA44 Printer
• GM54 Output Module
• LV3 Vibrospatula
3.23
3.24
SQC12 StatPac-M (for one article)
– controls fill quantities and pharmaceutical products where tolerances have statutory limits
Entry
of the code
Start of
the sample
Switching
to weight
display
Start
Weight
Code
Entry of article number,
date and time
Art.
Date
Time
7
8
9
Nom.
Tol.
Intens.
4
5
6
Tare
Dens.
Max. n
1
End of
sampling
2
Sum
0
.
-
Clear and
correction key
Entry of nominal weights,
tolerances, feed intensity,
tare, density, max. number samples
Print command
Print
Value transfer key
Def.
CL sum
End
3
Clear
Enter
Entry of system definitions,
e.g. Def. Tol. = entry of tolerance system
Generating the
total record
Printout and clearing
of totals record
System parameters
Evaluation
Standard equipment
Peripherals
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
7 different tolerance systems, e.g. EC, US, Japan and pharmacopeia
plausibility limits fixed or freely selectable (1...100 % of the nominal weight)
single or mean value tare
additive weighing (parts already weighed remain on the scale)
working with volume units through entry of the density for the filling control of liquids
nature of the result recording
printout of the system parameter values
Record printout with
• individual values and special designation for violations of upper tolerance limits
• sample size
• mean value X
• standard deviation absolute and relative in % of the mean value
• minimum and maximum as well as their difference
• number of violations of lower tolerance limits
• identification using date, time, code and article number
• control of outputs of the GM54 Output Module based on weight situation in regard to tolerance limits
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
• GA44 Printer
• GM54 Output Module
• LV10 Automatic Feeder
3.25
3.26
SQC33 (for up to 300 articles)
– the statistics program for MS-DOS computers
METTLER
Sampling (continuos)
SQC33
Call code
Nominal
Tare
Batch name
:
1 Art.No.
:
200.0 g
:
512.0 g
: SB
: 7610100021329 Art.name
n:5
Sample
: Espresso
Avg. std. :
Weighing result
1
2
3
4
5
201.0
202.7
223.8
201.9
202.6
g
g
g
g
g
Mean value :
206.4 g
103.20 %
Std.dev.
Violations:
<T2-:
0 <T1-:
0 >T1+:
1
Weighings
:
5
Adjust.
Xmin:
201.0 g
Xmax:
223.8 g
F5: Print 'off'
19.05.1991 09:09
F6: Individual 'on'
2.30 g
Violation
>T2+
:
9.75 g
4.88 %
>T2+: 1
message: Scatter
Range:
22.8 g
F7: Abort
F9: End
Computer
• MS-DOS computer with attached A4 or A3 printer
• acquisition and storage of production data of up to 300 articles for different sets of statistics
• computer and weighing station can be separartely installed from each other
Parameters
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
nominal weight (nominal fill quantity)
9 different tolerance systems, e.g. EC, US, Japan, pharmacopeia or 2 free tolerances
plausibility limits - also asymmetrical - fixed or freely selectable
individual or mean value tare
additive weighing possible (parts already weighed remain on the scale)
4 different volume units in the appropriate weight unit by entry of the density
variable sample size (max. 999, with individual tare 99, with pharmacopeia 150)
selectable feed rate of LV10 as well as automatic discharge at end of sample
adjustment message for control of the filling machine
password protection for important functions, e.g. changes to certain data
classification of the products with the aid of the GM54 Output Module
Record/evaluation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
individual values, minimum, maximum and difference into sample record
sample size, number of weighings
mean value absolute and in % of the nominal weight
standard deviation absolute and in % of the mean value
number of tolerance violations absolute and in %
graphical representation of the results (histogram)
printout of an article catalog sorted in accordance with different features
Standard equipment
Peripherals
• software on 3.5" diskettes
• operating instructions on diskette
•
•
•
•
•
LV10 Automatic Feeder
GM54 Output Module
GA44 Printer (with GA50 Peripheral Controller)
Bar code reader at the weighing station (with GA50 Peripheral Controller)
connection cables for various computer systems
3.27
3.28
XPac-M
– programmable for your special requirements
Entry of identification number,
code, date and time
F1
F2
F5
F6
ID
Date
Time
7
8
9
F3
5
6
2
3
F8
0
Function key for
starting programmed routines
of for parameter entries
Clear
entry
EE
F7
1
F4
Clear key
Code
4
Reset
Switching back to
normal weighing mode
.
-
Print
Enter
Display of number or status
of application just selected
Print command
Entry of decimal exponent
Acknowledgement and
termination key
Save register
Capabilities
Result recording
Standard equipment
Peripherals
Sequence of program development
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
4 applications
8 functions per application recallable via F1...F8
in operation without terminal, one function can be called up via control bar
13 arithmetic registers (R0...R12), in addition X, Y and Z registers
fail-safe storage of contents of R1, R2 and R3
floating point arithmetic
automatic function for RESET, TARE and PRINT
comparator function with support of GM54 Output Module
program bootable from software cassette or via interface
data loadable from software cassette or via interface
• printout of values and results with date, time, code and identification number
• terminal (entry keypad) with cable
• plug-in program cassette
• operating instructions
•
•
•
•
LV10 Automatic Feeder
GA44 Printer
GM54 Output Module
XPac compiler for program development (for MS-DOS computers)
• development of program in XPac-specific language with the editor
• translation of program with the XPac compiler
• transfer of program to cassette
3.29
1.24
LEERSEITE
4. Accessories
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Calibration weights
Weighing containers
METTLER TOLEDO Optional accessories
– Draft shield
– In-use covers, demo cases
– Density determination kit, displacement body, weighing tongs,
triangular holder, anti-theft device
– Printer accessories, fuses, PM-SE Conversion Kit
CL devices
– CL240, CL241, CL249, CL250 Interface Converters
– CL310 5-Channel Line Selector, CL110, CL111 Power Line
Filters
GA devices
– GA44 Thermal Printer
– GA37 D/A Converter, GA50 Peripheral Controller
GM devices
– GM303 Control Unit, hand switch, foot switch
– GM48, GM49, GM53 Auxiliary Displays, GM54 Output Module
LP devices
– LP16 and LJ16 Infrared Dryers, Thermometer Set
LV devices
– LV3 Vibrospatula, LV10 Automatic Feeder
SM terminals and accessories
– Base and application terminals
– SM-Stand, SM-WallMount Kit, PowerPac-SM, battery charger
Cables and connectors
4.1
Page
4.2
4.3
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
4.17
4.18
4.19
Calibration weights
4.2
Calibration weights
Weight
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
2x
1x
1x
1x
1x
Certification Balance/Scale Type (standard version)
Class
50 g
100 g
100 g
200 g
500 g
1000 g
1000 g
2000 g
2000 g
5000 g
5000 g
10000 g
2000 g
E2
E2
F1
F1
F1
E2
F1
F1
F1
E2
F1
E2
± 50 mg
Order Number
AM50 (included in standard equipment)
AM100 (included in standard equipment)
PM100, PM200, PM300, PM480
PM400
PM600
PM1200
PM2000, PM2500, PM3000, PM4800, SM3000
PM4000, PM6000, PM6, PM30, PM34, SM6000
PM6100, PM11, PM15, PM16, PM30, PM34,
SM1520, SM15000
PM5003
for certified versions
for certified versions
PM6, PM15; 2 are needed
42055
9834
47900
45935
48307
42056
47905
48312
48317
9839
42066
73512
47699
Additional weights and standard weight sets on request
Tolerances according to OIML
Nominal value
50
100
200
500
g
g
g
g
Class E2
±0.10
±0.15
±0.30
±0.75
mg
mg
mg
mg
Class F1
±0.30
±0.5
±1.0
±2.5
mg
mg
mg
mg
Nominal value
Class E2
Class F1
1
2
5
10
±1.5
±3.0
±7.5
±15
±5
±10
±25
±50
kg
kg
kg
kg
mg
mg
mg
mg
mg
mg
mg
mg
Class E2 ≤ NIST Class S (NIST = National Institute of Standards and Technology, Washington, D.C.)
Class F1 ≈ NIST Class M
Weighing containers
Beakers, stainless steel
Content
Ø bottom
Ø top
Height
Tare
Order Number
1230 cm3
1000 cm3
2000 cm3
5000 cm3
176 mm
180 mm
130 mm
130 mm
196 mm
180 mm
205 mm
280 mm
140 mm
173 mm
188 mm
145 mm
050 g
300 g
400 g
800 g
15020
2889
2550
2559
Beaker, PVC
1500 cm3
180 mm
150 mm
140 mm
270 g
11284
Animal weighing pan with conical top for PM balances of weighing range ≥ 400 g, stainless steel
130 mm
220 mm
120 mm
< 290 g
47644
1000 cm3
Weighing containers
Weighing boats
Material
Ø
Length
Tare
Number
Order Number
Steel, stainless
Steel, stainless
Glass
Glass
PE
PE
078 mm
107 mm
060 mm
080 mm
065 mm
100 mm
10 g ± 1 mg
20 g ± 1 mg
16 g
14 g
13 g
15 g
1
1
5
5
5
5
4507
4508
23951
23952
23953
23954
20 mm
30 mm
25 mm
38 mm
4.3
4.4
Weighing containers
U-shaped weighing pans (specially for LP16 and LJ16 Infrared Dryers)
Material
Ø
Tare
Number
Order Number
Steel, stainless
Al, disposable
96 mm
96 mm
50 g
03 g
83
80
13954
13865
Glass dishes (watch glasses)
Material
Ø
Tare
Number
Order Number
Glass
Glass
50 mm
70 mm
10 g ± 1 mg
20 g ± 1 mg
81
81
4506
2013
Carat pans
Content
Material
Ø
Tare
Order Number
1300 ct
1000 ct
1000 ct
Steel, stainless
Steel, stainless
Al, black
58 mm
86 mm
86 mm
15 g
35 g
15 g
43851
1153
38730
METTLER TOLEDO Optional accessories
Draft shield
Order Number
Glass draft shield for balances with weighing pans up to Ø 150 mm
- shallow (effective height 150 mm, standard equipment for AM50)
- deep (effective height 235 mm, standard equipment for AM100, PM5003)
34300
33515
Spherical draft shield of glass for analytical balances and carat scales
with weighing pan Ø 80 mm, weighing pan of spherical glass
draft shield Ø 60 mm
Plastic draft shield for weighing pans up to Ø 150 mm
- 2 top units, effective height 50 mm and 80 mm
All-purpose draft shield with detachable side panels of glass
for PM balances with circular weighing pan, effective height
with closed cover: 100 mm
(standard equipment for PM100, PM200, PM400, PM480, PM1200, PM2500)
METTLER TOLEDO Optional accessories
4.5
33520
47910
216100
METTLER TOLEDO Optional accessories
4.6
In-use covers
Molded in-use cover for AM/PM balances with weighing pan
Retainer ring for 34151
Molded in-use cover for PM3000, PM6000, PM6
Molded in-use cover for PM11, PM15, PM16, PM30, PM30000, PM34
Molded in-use cover for PM11-N, PM15-N, PM16-N, PM30-K,
PM30000-K, PM34-K
Dust cover for AM/PM balances with shallow glass draft shield
(34300)
Molded in-use cover for SM weighing platforms
In-use cover for SM base terminal SM-F or SM-L
Molded in-use cover for GM48, GM49 Auxiliary Displays
In-use cover for EPSON HX-20
Order Number
5
5
2
34151
41156
34153
56629
min. 2
56883
5
5
1
33486
34216
34222
45898
59721
Demo cases
for AM balances with shallow glass draft shield (34300),
LP16 with balance and LJ16
for PM100...PM4800, PM6000, PM6100, PM6
for PM11-N, PM15-N, PM16-N, PM30-K, PM30000-K, PM34-K
for SM3000, SM6000, SM1520, SM15000
71589
71571
71498
71579
Density determination kit
Order Number
for the density determination of solids and liquids on
PM balances with circular weighing pans of diameter 80 or 130 mm
33360
For the density determination of liquids, the displacement body (10 ml)
210260 is also needed.
Weighing tongs
of plastic, with adjustable pitch, opening 65 mm, length 200 mm
210421
Tweezers for weights
of plastic, length 160 mm
6515
Straight tweezers
with fiber tip, length 210 mm
70209
Triangular holder, for test tubes, syringes and containers with round base
210435
Screwdriver
50279
Anti-theft device
for AM balances and PM balances with weighing range up to 6.1 kg
(without padlock)
bench top max. thickness 50 mm
bolt diameter 13.5 mm
METTLER TOLEDO Optional accessories
4.7
216147
4.8
METTLER TOLEDO Optional accessories
Printer accessories
Order number
Paper for GA44 Printer (4 rolls)
71328
Paper for GA24 Printer
Ribbon for GA24 Printer
65032
65031
Fuses
T 40 mA
T 63 mA (220 V)
T 80 mA
T 100 mA
T 125 mA (110 V)
T 160 mA
T 200 mA
T 315 mA
T2A
T 3.15 A
T 6.3 A
for CL249
for AM balances, PM100 … PM6100
for CL241, CL249
for GA44, LP16, LJ16, CL241
for AM balances, PM100 … PM6100
for CL240, CL241
for GA44, LP16, LJ16, PM11-N … PM34-K
for CL310
for CL111
for CL110, LP16, LJ16, with holder
for CL110
PM-SE Conversion kit
For separation of the weighing cell from the electronics.
23.2
9
• distance up to 10 m
• for PM balances up to 6.1 kg
(not possible with PM1200, PM2500, PM5003, PM6100)
59344
46328
20847
16511
26172
55144
20181
53407
13873
54286
28408
33925
CL devices
Interface converters
For the matching of the data transmission between the METTLER TOLEDO CL current loop data interface (20
mA) and BCD, IEEE488 and RS232C Interfaces.
Mettle
r CL 2
• CL240 BCD Interface:
Serial-parallel converter (standard N200) for bidirectional transmission via shielded, galvanically separa
ted wire connections.
40
Mettle
r CL 2
Mett
ler C
41
• CL241 IEEE488 Interface:
Interface for IEC bus and HP-IB for bidirectional transmission with galvanic separation.
L 24
9
• CL249 RS232C Interface:
Interface for bidirectional transmission with galvanic separation.
Mettle
• CL250 RS232C Interface:
Interface for bidirectional transmission with galvanic separation, selectable handshake protocol (RS232C
side) and built-in data memory.
r CL 2
50
All METTLER TOLEDO Interface converters have a power supply connection with selectable voltage.
CL devices
4.9
4.10
CL devices
CL310 5-Channel Line Selector (Multiplexer)
For the attachment of several scales to a computer over a single line.
Mettle
•
•
•
•
•
•
r CL 3
10
5 active channels (slaves) and one passive channel (master)
all connections via the METTLER TOLEDO CL interface, distances up to 1000 m possible
individual setting of interface parameters for every channel
for system expansion, connectable in series
power supply (voltage selectable)
for the attachment to an RS232C Interface, an interface converter is needed, e.g. CL250
Power Line Filters
For the suppression of line disturbances and hence an increase in the functional reliability of electronic
equipment.
CL110
• CL110:
very high damping properties with 6 power outputs, 4 of which are filtered.
Load capacity: 3.15 A (filtered), 6.3 A (unfiltered).
On/off switching for all outputs together.
• CL111:
optimum suppression of common-mode interferences with 3 filtered outputs.
Load capacity: 2 A.
CL111
GA devices
GA44 Printer
For the recording of results and balance settings.
•
•
•
•
•
•
GA devices
alphanumeric thermal printer for connection to power supply
20 characters per line
data transmission unidirectional with the METTLER TOLEDO CL interface
PRT key to trigger the print command
supplied with power cable, balance connection cable and 1.5 m extension
additional extension cables in section “Cables and connectors”
4.11
GA devices
4.12
GA37 D/A Converter
For the graphical representation of the weight profile as a function of time with the aid of an analog-controlled
recorder (e.g. drying profile with the LP16 Dryer),
for the control of analog-controlled pumps in flow control with FlowPac-M,
for the continuous conversion of results and values from the RS232C serial interface of the balance or a
computer into a corresponding analog voltage signal.
METT
Digita LER
l to A
nalog
Conve
rter
•
•
•
•
•
RS232 input and output
analog voltage output, analog current output
16-character, alphanumeric display
power supply (selectable voltage)
connection cable for Data I/0 of the scale is enclosed
GA50 Peripheral Controller
For the processing and transmission of bar-coded information,
for the simultaneous attachment of a bar code reader or scanner, printer and computer,
for the control of the data flow between the balance and the peripherals.
•
•
•
•
•
3 connections (RS232C or METTLER TOLEDO CL interfaces), adjustable interface parameters
active, 16-character, alphanumeric display
bar code reader or scanner connection
power supply (selectable voltage)
various connection cables, see section “Cables and connectors”
GM devices
GM303 Control Unit
For simpler and faster operation of built-in applications with AM/PM balances up to 6.1 kg,
for use with the following applications without separate keypad:
- net total (in combination with NetEasy-M)
- statistics (in combination with StatEasy-M)
- piece counting with variable reference (in combination with CountEasy-M)
0.0
0
• Operation as for SM and PM scales from 11 up to 32 kg
• Simple installation beneath control bar of scale
• Attachment via GM connection with a T-connector
9
F
Prin
t
Note
The NetEasy-M, StatEasy-M and CountEasy-M applications can also be used directly (without GM303) with
SM scales and high-capacity PM scales.
Hand switch, foot switch
Hand switch
Foot switch
GM devices
For remote triggering of the print or tare command.
Hand switch
Foot switch
42500
46278
For attachment to the scale, an appropriate adapter cable is required:
Transfer adapter for triggering the print command
Tare adapter for triggering the tare command
47473
33872
4.13
GM devices
4.14
Auxiliary displays
• Auxiliary display with bracket for fastening to wall:
- GM48-1 with LCD (liquid crystal display)
- GM49-1 with FD (active fluorescent display)
• Auxiliary display with stand for mounting on balance:
- GM48-2 with LCD (liquid crystal display)
- GM49-2 with FD (active fluorescent display)
• Auxiliary display for overhead projection, e.g. for instruction purposes:
- GM53 with LCD (liquid crystal display)
GM54 Output Module
For the on/off switching of external loads, e.g. relays, valves, low-power motors, indicator lights.
• 8 independent passive digital outputs are controlled
- directly through the balance software (FlowPac-M, ProPac-M, SQC12 StatPac-M, SQC33, SQC52), or
- through appropriate commands via the serial interface (see operating instructions “Bidirectional data
interface of the PM balances”)
• galvanic separation between inputs and outputs
• connection/power supply of the inputs via the GM interface of the balance
• maximum switching voltage of output 36 VDC
• maximum current of load 100 mA
LP devices
LP16 Infrared Dryer
For the rapid determination of moisture content and dry weight.
0.0
0
9
• suitable for all PM balances with circular weighing pan, particularly for PM balances with a readability of
1 mg
- drying temperature adjustable between 50 °C...160 °C in 5° steps
- drying over a fixed period between 1 and 240 minutes, or
- drying up to a minimal weight decrease of the sample per time interval
- evaluation in % or g, as dry weight, moisture content or as ATRO value
- accuracy dependent on balance and amount of sample used
• power cable and connection cable to balance as well as 80 Al pans included in standard equipment
• data output via CL/RS232C Interface for the automatic recording of the settings, the drying procedure and
the final results (e.g. with GA44 Printer or with a recorder via the GA37 D/A Converter)
• power consumption: max. 470 W
LJ 16 Infrared Dryer
The simple compact instrument for routine work in the lab and in production.
Thermometer Set
13701
For checking the sample temperature.
LP devices
4.15
LV devices
4.16
LV devices
LV3 Vibrospatula
For the accurate weighing-in of powders and granules.
•
•
•
•
•
•
continuously adjustable vibration intensity during weighing-in
comfortable to hold
stainless steel spoon
4-6 hours line-independent operation with built-in rechargeable battery
simultaneous operation and charging possible
battery charger included in standard equipment
Spare battery set
600018
Special spoon
9769
For the weighing-in of very fine substances with the LV3 Vibrospatula.
• flow rate adjustable
LV10 Automatic Feeder
For the automatic feed of small weighing samples (Ø 3 - 33 mm), e.g. of pharmaceutical products or small
mechanical parts.
• choice of 4 vibration settings
• particulary suitable in connection with
- DataPac-M,
- SQC12 StatPac-M, SQC33, SQC52.
SM terminals and accessories
Base terminals
0.0
!
Off
SM-F Base Terminal
- with fluorescent display
F
Print
On
Menu
RE-Zero
SM-L Base Terminal
- with liquid crystal display
Application terminals
Terminals with built-in Pac keypad for application-oriented use with ProPac-M, CountPac-M, DataPac-M,
StatPac-M, XPac-M, LabPac-M, PharmaPac-M, CalcPac-M.
0.0 !
OFF
ON
MENU
TARE
SM-AF Application Terminal
- with fluorescent display
SM-AL Application Terminal
- with liquid crystal display
SM terminals and accessories
4.17
SM terminals and accessories
4.18
SM-Stand
34290
for stand mounting of the base or application terminal.
Standard equipment:
Stand complete with base, 2 shims, 2 screws
SM-WallMount Kit
34200
for wall mounting of the base or application terminal.
Standard equipment:
Wall fixture, 2 shims, 2 screws, extension cable (33784)
PowerPac-SM
Battery set for SM scales
34374
Battery charger
for PowerPac-SM
34480
Cables and connectors
Key
MM15p
MMT15p
SubD25p
SubD9p
5p/240 °
7p/270 °
15-pin MiniMettler connector, for Data I/O and GM connection, m = male,
f = female
15-pin MiniMettler T-connector, male/female, for Data I/O and GM connection
25-pin subminiature connector (RS connector), m = male, f = female
9-pin subminiature connector (RS connector), m = male, f = female
5-pin DIN connector, m = male, f = female, contacts arranged over 240 °
7-pin DIN connector, m = male, f = female, contacts arranged over 270 °
7pf/360 °
2 x Ø 2 mm f
7-pin DIN connector, female, contacts arranged in a circle, screw cap
2 banana sockets, Ø 2 mm, hole spacing 8 mm
Transmission/RS handshake:
u = unidirectional
b = bidirectional
T = unidirectional but transfer command
All cables are shielded
Cables for serial data transmission (Data I/O connection of the balance)
Designation
Length/
No. cores
Connector 1
Connector 2
Transmission/
RS Handshake
Order Number
Remarks
for all PCs with subD25pm connector
for all PCs with subD9pm connector
for all printers with subD25pf connector
Operation of the Data I/O interface as an RS232C interface
RS232C for IBM/PC
RS232C for IBM/AT
RS232C for printer
1.5 m/ 4
1.5 m/ 4
1.5 m/ 4
MM15pm/Data
MM15pm/Data
MM15pm/Data
SubD25pf
SubD9pf
SubD25pm
b/u
b/u
b/u
33995
33783
33640
RS232C for Macintosh
1.5 m/ 5
RS232C for HX-20
1.5 m/ 5
RS232C for PX-4 (HX-40) 1.5 m/ 5
RS232C for P-40 Printer 1.5 m/ 3
MM15pm/Data
MM15pm/Data
MM15pm/Data
MM14pm/Data
miniDIN 8pm
DIN 8pm
miniDIN 8pm
DIN 6pm
b/b
b/u
b/u
u/u
210495
33955
33982
33688
Cables and connectors
4.19
standard with EPSON Kit 59719
Cables and connectors
Designation
4.20
Length/
No. cores
Connector 1
Connector 2
Transmission/
RS Handshake
Order Number
Remarks
Operation of Data I/O interface as a METTLER TOLEDO CL interface
CL cable for balance
CL extension
CL extension
CL extension
CL extension
CL extension
CL extension
1.5 m/ 4
0.5 m/ 4
1.0 m/ 4
2.0 m/ 4
5.0 m/ 4
15.0 m/ 4
30.0 m/ 4
MM15pm/Data
5pf/240°
5pf/240°
5pf/240°
5pf/240°
5pf/240°
5pf/240°
5pm/240°
5pm/240°
5pm/240°
5pm/240°
5pm/240°
5pm/240°
5pm/240°
b/b/b/b/b/b/b/-
47936
42554
42560
42555
42556
42557
42558
also suitable for GA50
GA44 cable for balance
GA44 extension
GA44 extension
GA44 extension
GA44 extension
1.5 m/ 4
0.5 m/ 4
1.5 m/ 4
5.0 m/ 4
15.0 m/ 4
MM15pm/Data
7pf/270°
7pf/270°
7pf/270°
7pf/270°
7pf/270°
7pm/270°
7pm/270°
7pm/270°
7pm/270°
T/T/T/T/T/-
47926
42559
42561
42562
42563
standard with GA44
LP16 data cable
0.3 m/ 4
MM15pm/Data
5pm/240°
b/-
13969
standard with LP16 and LJ16
Data cable for KD10
1.5 m/ 4
MM15pm/Data
7pf/360°
b/-
503752
MM15pm/Data
MM15pm/Data
MM15pm/Data
MM15pm/Data
MM15pf/Data
MM15pf/Data
MM15pf/Data
7pf/270°
b/b
b/b
b/b
b/b
216151
216152
216153
23618
standard with CL310
standard with CL240, CL241
standard with GA44
Additional cables for Data I/O
Data I/O extension
Data I/O extension
Data I/O extension
Connection cable
2.0 m/15
15.0 m/15
10.0 m/15
1,5 m/15
for the extension of all connections at the
Data I/O output (CL and RS232C) of
the AM/PM/SM balances and scales
for DL18, DL21, DL25
Designation
Length/
No. cores
Connector 1
Connector 2
Transmission/
RS Handshake
Order Number
Remarks
MMT15p/Data
MMT15p/Data
special/10pm
u/u/b/-
33956
33868
504123
Data flow SubD25-pin to MMT15p
Data flow MM15pm to MMT15p
set with cable and software (ID/NetPac-M)
also for the attachment of AM/PM/SM
balances and scales to an ID terminal
MM15pm/GM
MMT15p/GM
MM15pf/GM
MM15pf/GM
-/-/-
33784
33959
MMT15p/Data
MMT15p/GM
2x Ø 2mm f
2x Ø 2mm f
-/-/-
47473
33872
Cables for the attachment of a reference balance for exact piece counting
AE as ref. for PM/SM
1.5 m/ 2
AM/PM as ref. for PM/SM 1.5 m/ 2
AM/PM/SM as ref. for MMR2.7 m/ 4
SubD25pm
MM15pm/Data
MM15pm/Data
Cable extensions for the connections at the GM output
GM extension
GM extension
1.5 m/ 4
1.5 m/ 4
Cables for hand and foot switches
Transfer cable
Tare cable
0.3 m/ 2
0.3 m/ 2
Loose cables and connectors
Computer cable
14-pin, twisted pairs, shielded (min. 100 m)
CL connector
15-pin, female, 240° (5 pcs)
CL connector
15-pin, male, 240° (5 pcs)
MiniMettler
15-pin, male, Data I/O, for soldering
System connector for SM scales (for startup via the serial interface)
Cables and connectors
88156
89005
89011
33930
34490
4.21
button for triggering the print command
button for external taring
4.22
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5. Technical data
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Overview of the AM/PM/SM balance and scale families
Technical data for individual models
General technical data
Standard equipment
Weighing ranges in secondary units
Decimal places in secondary units
Dimension diagrams
5.1
Page
5.2
5.4
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
Overview of the AM/PM/SM balance and scale families
5.2
Overview of the AM/PM/SM balance and scale families
Analytical balances with readability 0.1 mg
AM50
AM100
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
51 g
110 g
Comparator with readability 1 mg
PM5003
Weighing capacity:
5100 g
Precision balances with readability 1 mg (10 mg)
PM100
PM200
PM400
PM1200
PM480 DeltaRange
PM2500 DeltaRange
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
Fine range:
Fine range:
110 g
210 g
410 g
1200 g
80 g
500 g
(Coarse range:
(Coarse range:
410 g)
2100 g)
(Coarse range:
4100 g)
Precision balances or scales with readability 10 mg (0.1 g)
PM300
PM600
PM2000
PM4000
PM6100
PM4800 DeltaRange
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
Fine range:
310 g
610 g
2100 g
4100 g
6100 g
800 g
Precision scales with readability 0.1 g (1 g)
0.0
0.0
g
0.0
g
g
PM3000
PM6000
Weighing capacity:
Weighing capacity:
3.1 kg
6.1 kg
PM11-K, PM11-N
PM16-K, PM16-N
PM30000-K
PM34-K DeltaRange
PM34-N DeltaRange
Weighing capacity: 11.0 kg
Weighing capacity: 16.0 kg
Weighing capacity: 32.0 kg
Fine range:
4.0 kg
Fine range:
4.0 kg
(Coarse range:
(Coarse range:
32.0 kg)
32.0 kg)
SM3000
SM6000
SM15000
SM1520 DeltaRange
Weighing capacity: 3.1 kg
Weighing capacity: 6.1 kg
Weighing capacity: 15.0 kg
Fine range:
2.0 kg
(Coarse range:
15.0 kg)
SM scales are also available in an intrinsically-safe version. Ask your METTLER TOLEDO dealer.
Precision scales with readability 1 g
0.0
g
PM6
Weighing capacity:
PM15-K, PM15-N
PM30-K, PM30-N
Weighing capacity: 16.0 kg
Weighing capacity: 32.0 kg
Overview of the AM/PM/SM balance and scale families
5.3
6.1 kg
Technical data for individual models
5.4
Technical data for individual models
Readability
- Fine range (recallable)
Weighing capacity
- Fine range (recallable)
Taring range (by subtraction)
Reproducibility (s)
- Fine range
Linearity
- Fine range
Sensitivity drift / °C (10 … 30 °C)
Stabilization time 1)
Update speed
Display 2)
Result deviation
in inclined position (1:1000)
Weighing pan
Calibration weight 3)
Net weight
Balance housing (W x D x H) in mm
Power consumption
Fusing
AM50
AM100
PM100
PM200
PM400
PM1200
PM5003
Comparator
PM480
DeltaRange
PM2500
DeltaRange
0.1 mg
51 g
51 g
0.1 mg
± 0.2 mg
2 x 10-6
2.5/4/6 s
0.13 s
FD
0.1 mg
110 g
110 g
0.1 mg
± 0.2 mg
2 x 10-6
2.5/4/6 s
0.13 s
FD
0.001 g
110 g
110 g
0.5 mg
± 0.002 g
4 x 10-6
1.5/2/3 s
0.13 s
FD
0.001 g
210 g
210 g
0.5 mg
± 0.002 g
4 x 10-6
1.5/2/3 s
0.13 s
FD
0.001 g
410 g
410 g
0.001 g
± 0.002 g
3 x 10-6
1.5/2/3 s
0.13 s
FD
0.001 g
1200 g
1200 g
0.001 g
± 0.002 g
1.5 x 10-6
2.5/4/6 s
0.13 s
LCD
0.001 g
5100 g
5100 g
0.0015 g
± 0.01 g
2 x 10-6
9/12/15 s
0.13 s
LCD
0.01 g
0.001 g
410 g
80 g
410 g
0.003 g
0.001 g
± 0.005 g
± 0.002 g
4 x 10-6
1.5/2/3 s
0.13 s
FD
0.01 g
0.001 g
2100 g
500 g
2100 g
0.003 g
0.001 g
± 0.005 g
± 0.002 g
1.5 x 10-6
2.5/4/6 s
0.13 s
LCD
0.5 mg
Ø 80 mm
50 g/E2
6.0 kg
0.5 mg
Ø 80 mm
100 g/E2
6.6 kg
0.005 g
Ø 130 mm
100 g/F1
3.8 kg
0.005 g
Ø 130 mm
100 g/F1
3.8 kg
0.005 g
Ø 130 mm
200 g/F1
3.8kg
0.005 g
Ø 130 mm
1000 g/E2
3.8 kg
0.02 g
Ø 130 mm
5000 g/E2
6.6 kg
0.005 g
Ø 130 mm
100 g/F1
3.8 kg
0.005 g
Ø 130 mm
1000 g/F1
3.8 kg
194 x 316 x 252
194 x 316 x 337 194 x 316 x 68
6 VA
63 mA/220 V
125 mA/110 V
194 x 316 x 337 194 x 316 x 68
Readability
- Fine range (recallable)
Weighing capacity
- Fine range (recallable)
Taring range (by subtraction)
Reproducibility (s)
- Fine range
Linearity
- Fine range
Sensitivity drift / °C (10 … 30 °C)
Stabilization time 1)
Update speed
Display 2)
Result deviation
in inclined position (1:1000)
Weighing pan
Calibration weight Class F1 3)
Net weight
Balance housing (W x D x H) in mm
Power consumption
Fusing
PM300
PM600
PM2000
PM4000
PM6100
PM4800
PM3000
DeltaRange
PM6000
PM6
0.01 g
310 g
310 g
0.003 g
± 0.01 g
4 x 10-6
1/1.5/2.5 s
0.13 s
FD
0.01 g
610 g
610 g
0.005 g
± 0.01 g
6 x 10-6
1.5/2/3 s
0.13 s
FD
0.01 g
2100 g
2100 g
0.005 g
± 0.02 g
4 x 10-6
1.5/2/3 s
0.13 s
FD
0.01 g
4100 g
4100 g
0.01 g
± 0.02 g
3 x 10-6
1.5/2/3 s
0.13 s
FD
0.01 g
6100 g
6100 g
0.01 g
± 0.02 g
3 x 10-6
2.5/4/6 s
0.13 s
FD
0.1 g
0.01 g
4100 g
800 g
4100 g
0.03 g
0.01 g
± 0.05 g
± 0.02 g
4 x 10-6
1.5/2/3 s
0.13 s
FD
0.1 g
3100 g
3100 g
0.03 g
± 0.1 g
4 x 10-6
1/1.5/2.5 s
0.13 s
FD
0.1 g
6100 g
6100 g
0.05 g
± 0.1 g
6 x 10-6
1/1.5/2.5 s
0.13 s
FD
1g
6100 g
6100 g
0.3 g
±1g
6 x 10-6
1/1.5/2.5 s
0.13 s
FD
0.01 g
Ø 130 mm
100 g
3.8 kg
194 x 316 x 68
6 VA
63 mA/220 V
125 mA/110 V
0.05 g
Ø 150 mm
500 g
3.8 kg
0.05 g
Ø 150 mm
1000 g
3.8 kg
0.05 g
Ø 170 mm
2000 g
3.8 kg
0.05 g
Ø 150 mm
2 x 2000 g
3.8 kg
0.05 g
Ø 170 mm
1000 g
3.8 kg
0.5 g
182 x 228
1000 g
4.2 kg
0.5 g
182 x 228
2000 g
4.2 kg
1g
182 x 228
2000 g
4.2 kg
1)
2)
3)
Technical data for individual models
5.5
dependent on the setting of the vibration adapter _
FD
Fluorescent display, self-luminous
LCD Liquid crystal display, passive
for noncertified version
Technical data for individual models
5.6
PM11-K
PM11-N
PM16-K
PM16-N
PM30000-K
PM34-K DeltaRange
PM34-N DeltaRange
PM15-K
PM15-N
PM30-K
PM30-N
Readability
0.1 g
0.1 g
0.1 g
1g
1g
1g
- Fine range (recallable)
-
-
0.1 g
-
-
Weighing capacity
11000 g
16000 g
32000 g
32000 g
16000 g
32000 g
- Fine range (recallable)
-
-
-
4000 g
-
-
Taring range (by subtraction)
11000 g
16000 g
32000 g
32000 g
16000 g
32000 g
Reproducibility (s)
0.05 g
0.05 g
0.1 g
0.3 g
0.3 g
0.3 g
- Fine range
-
-
-
0.1 g
-
-
Linearity
± 0.2 g
± 0.2 g
± 0.2 g
± 0.5 g
± 0.5 g
± 0.5 g
- Fine range
-
-
-
± 0.2 g
-
-
Sensitivity drift / °C (10 … 30 °C)
6 x 10-6
4 x 10-6
4 x 10-6
4 x 10-6
4 x 10-6
4 x 10-6
Stabilization time 1)
1.5/2/3 s
1.5/2/3 s
1.5/2/3 s
1.5/2/3 s
1/1.5/2.5 s
1/1.5/2.5 s
Update speed
0.13 s
0.13 s
0.13 s
0.13 s
0.13 s
0.13 s
FD
FD
FD
FD
FD
FD
in inclined position (1:1000)
0.3 g
0.3 g
0.3 g
0.3 g
0.3 g
0.3 g
Weighing platform (W x L) in mm
245 x 350
245 x 350
245 x 350
245 x 350
245 x 350
245 x 350
Calibration weight with PM…-K
incorporated
incorporated
incorporated
incorporated
incorporated
incorporated
Calibration weight Class F1 for PM…-N
2 x 2000 g
2 x 2000 g
-
2 x 2000 g
2 x 2000 g
2 x 2000 g
Net weight
12.5 kg
12.5 kg
12.5 kg
12.5 kg
12.5 kg
12.5 kg
Scale housing (W x D x H) in mm
360 x 330 x 130
Power consumption
8 VA
Fusing
200 mA/220 V
0.0
g
Display
2)
Result deviation
3)
125 mA/110 V
SM3000
SM6000
SM15000
SM1520
DeltaRange
Readability
0.1 g
0.1 g
0.1 g
1g
- Fine range (recallable)
-
-
-
0.1 g
Weighing capacity
3100 g
6100 g
15000 g
15000 g
- Fine range (recallable)
-
-
-
2000 g
Taring range (by subtraction)
3100 g
6100 g
15000 g
15000 g
Reproducibility (s)
0.05 g
0.05 g
0.1 g
0.3 g
- Fine range
-
-
-
0.1 g
Linearity
± 0.1 g
± 0.1 g
± 0.2 g
±1g
- Fine range
-
-
-
± 0.2 g
Sensitivity drift / °C (10 … 30 °C)
8 x 10-6
8 x 10-6
6 x 10-6
6 x 10-6
Stabilization time 1)
1/1.5/2.5 s
1/1.5/2.5 s
1.5/2/3 s
1.5/2/3 s
Update speed
0.13 s
0.13 s
0.13 s
0.13 s
FD/LCD
FD/LCD
FD/LCD
FD/LCD
in inclined position (1:1000)
0.5 g
0.5 g
0.5 g
1g
Weighing platform (W x L) in mm
322 x 232
322 x 232
322 x 232
322 x 232
Calibration weight Class F1 3)
1000 g
2000 g
2 x 2000 g
2 x 2000 g
0.0
g
Display
2)
Result deviation
Net weight
Scale housing (W x D x H) in mm
8 kg
4)
Power consumption
328 x 350 x 85
9 VA
1)
2)
3)
4)
Technical data for individual models
5.7
dependent on the setting of the vibration adapter _
FD
Fluorescent display, self-luminous: SM-F
LCD Liquid crystal display, passive: SM-L
for noncertified version
incl. base terminal
General technical data
5.8
General technical data
Basic unit of balance/scale, selectable 1)
Switchable 2nd unit 1)
Applications, selectable
Digital display
DeltaTrac 2)
Power supply AM and PM balances up to 6.1 kg
Power supply high-capacity PM scales
Power connection SM
g, kg, lb, oz, ozt, tl, GN, dwt, ct, C.M., k
g, kg, lb, oz, ozt, tl, GN, dwt, ct, C.M., k
piece counting, +/- or % weighing, animal weighing
7 digits
60 segments
voltage selectable: 115/230 V, +15/-20 %, 50/60 Hz
100/115/200/230 V, +15/-20 %, 50/60 Hz
voltage selectable: 115/230 V, ±15 %, 50/60 Hz
supply via AC adapter: 11 VDC/0.1 A
battery operation: duration 8 h; charge time 16 h
choice of 3 settings, optical display
choice of 4 settings, optical display
choice of 4 settings, optical display
bidirectional RS232C/CL passive 20 mA
110...9600 baud
even, odd, mark, space
asynchronous 7-bit ASCII
15-pin MiniMettler socket
15-pin MiniMettler for connection of peripherals
Vibration adapter _
Weighing process adapter ;
Stability detector Ο
Data interface
• Baud rate
• Parity
• Transmission
• Plug-in connection
• METTLER TOLEDO GM interface
Admissible ambient conditions
• Temperature
0 °C...40 °C
• Relative humidity
15 %...85 %
• Height below/above sea level
-300 m...+600 m
• Vibration
0.3 m/s2
• Degree of protection (following IEC 529)
IP 54
SM scales are also available in an intrinsically-safe version. Ask your METTLER TOLEDO dealer.
1)
2)
see decimal places for secondary units
dynamic graphic indicator and dispensing aid
Standard equipment
Molded in-use cover
Retainer ring for molded in-use cover
Molded in-use cover for weighing platform
In-use cover for terminal
All-purpose draft shield
Glass draft shield 2)
Power cable (to national codes)
Spare power fuse
Screwdriver
Hanger
Leveling screws and level
Data interface RS232C and CL
METTLER TOLEDO GM interface
Calibration weight (OIML E2)
AM50
AM100
PM5003 3)
PM100
PM200
PM400
PM480
PM1200 1)
PM2500 1)
PM300
PM600
PM2000
PM4000
PM4800
PM6100 1)
PM3000
PM6000
PM6
PM11-N
PM15-N
PM16-N
PM30-K
PM34-K
PM30000-K
SM1520
SM3000
SM6000
SM15000
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
-
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
-
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
-
✔
✔
✔
✔
41622
✔
✔
✔
-
✔
✔
AC adapter
✔
34592
✔
✔
✔
-
1)
2)
3)
Standard equipment
5.9
no hanger possible
AM50: shallow
AM100: deep
PM5003: deep
without calibration weight
Weighing ranges in secondary units
5.10
Weighing ranges in secondary units
Range in
g
lb
oz
ozt
tl
GN
dwt
ct / k / C.M.
Range in
g
lb
oz
ozt
tl
GN
dwt
ct / k / C.M.
AM50
AM100
PM100
PM200
PM300
PM400
PM480
PM480
(fine)
PM600
PM1200
PM2000
PM2500
PM2500
(fine)
PM5003
PM3000
51
1.80
1.640
1.360
787
32.80
255
110
0.243
3.88
3.536
2.938
1’697
70.73
550
210
0.463
7.41
6.752
5.609
3’240
135.0
1’050
310
0.683
10.93
9.97
8.28
4’784
199.3
1’550
410
0.904
14.49
13.18
10.95
6’327
263.6
2’050
80
0.177
2.827
2.573
2.137
1233
51.44
400
610
1.345
21.51
19.61
16.29
9’413
392.2
3’050
1200
2.645
42.33
38.58
32.05
18’518
771.6
6’000
2100
4.630
74.07
67.51
56.09
32’407
1’350
10’500
500
1.103
17.63
16.07
13.35
7’713
321.5
2’500
5100
11.243
179.90
163.97
136.17
78’704
3’279
25’500
3100
6.834
109.35
99.67
82.80
47’840
1’993
15’500
PM4000
PM4800
PM4800
(fine)
PM6000
PM6100
PM6
PM11-N
PM15-N
PM16-N
PM30-K
PM34-K
PM34-K
(fine)
PM30000-K
SM3000
SM6000
SM15000
SM1520
SM1520
(fine)
4100
9.039
144.6
131.8
109.5
63’27
2’636
20’500
800
1.764
28.27
25.73
21.37
12’342
514.4
4’000
6100
13.45
215.1
196.1
162.9
94’137
3’922
30’500
11000
24.25
388.0
353.6
293.8
7’073
55’000
16000
35.27
564.4
514.4
427.3
10’288
80’000
32000
70.54
1129
1029
855
20’576
160’000
3100
6.834
109.35
99.67
82.80
1’993
15’500
6100
13.45
215.1
196.1
162.9
3’922
30’500
15000
33.01
529.1
482.2
400.6
9’645
75’000
2000
4.41
70.6
64.30
53.42
1’285
10’000
4000
8.818
141.1
128.6
106.8
2’572
20’000
Decimal places in secondary units
g / dwt
kg
lb
oz / ozt / tl
GN
ct / k / C.M.
AM50
AM100
PM100
PM200
PM400
PM480 1)
PM1200
PM2500 1)
PM5003
PM300
PM600
PM2000
PM4000
PM4800 1)
PM6100
PM3000
PM6000
PM11-N
PM16-N
PM34-K 1)
PM30000-K
PM6
PM15-N
PM30-K
SM15000
SM1520 1)
SM3000
SM6000
0.0000
not settable
not settable
0.00000
0.00
0.000
0.000
not settable
0.00000
0.0000
0.0
0.00
0.00
0.00000
0.0000
0.000
0.
0.0
0.0
0.0000
0.000
0.00
not settable
0.
0.
0.000
0.00
0.0
not settable
not settable
0.0
0.0000
0.000
0.00
not settable
0.
1)
Decimal places in secondary units
5.11
one decimal place less in coarse range
Dimension diagrams
5.12
Dimension diagrams
AM50, AM100, PM5003 with shallow or deep glass draft shield
24
208
190
316
169
85
ø 80
150 effective height
235 effective height
184 shallow
269 deep
ø 130
PM5003
AM50, AM100
95
68
157
194
204
96
PM100, PM200, PM400, PM480, PM1200, PM2500
24
316
169
194
193
185
ø 130
117
95
68
204
157
Dimension diagrams
5.13
96
Dimension diagrams
5.14
PM300, PM600, PM2000, PM4000, PM4800, PM6100
ø 130
PM300
ø 150
24
194
PM600, PM2000, PM6100
316
169
ø 170
85
68
157
PM4000, PM4800
204
96
PM3000, PM6000, PM6
24
194
316
314
183
230
85
68
204
157
Dimension diagrams
5.15
96
Dimension diagrams
5.16
PM balances and scales up to 6.1 kg with auxiliary display and stand
332
316
194
85
68
157
204
376 max.
356 min.
96
PM11-N, PM15-N, PM16-N, PM30-K, PM30000-K, PM34-K
330
360
355 (pan)
235 (pan)
130
78
37
249
322
13
19
Dimension diagrams
5.17
Dimension diagrams
5.18
SM3000, SM6000, SM15000, SM1520 with base terminal
350
79
236
35
16
33
70
8,8,8,8,8,8,8
85
46
331
126
20
195
23
80
SM3000, SM6000, SM15000, SM1520 with base terminal and stand
325
0° - 47°
hinged
8,8,8,8,8,
8,8
234
45
min. 440 / max. 446
min. 281 / max. 318
min. 7 / max. 13
50
323
86
20
195
236
59
80
73
293
min. 309 / max. 318
Dimension diagrams
331
5.19
Dimension diagrams
5.20
SM3000, SM6000, SM15000, SM1520 with application terminal
366
130
236
35
16
33
70
8,8,8,8,8,8,8
85
51
331
126
20
195
23
80
SM3000, SM6000, SM15000, SM1520 with application terminal and stand
326
0° - 53°
hinged
8,8,8,8,8,
8,8
234
45
min. 440 / max. 446
min. 270 / max. 320
min. 8 / max. 13
50
323
86
20
195
236
59
80
73
293
min. 324 / max. 356
Dimension diagrams
331
5.21
5.22
leerseite
6. Documentation and literature references
For further information, you will find a list of METTLER TOLEDO publications on the following
pages:
• Operating instructions
• Short-form operating instructions
• Technical documentation (Engineering support bulletins),
Technical information bulletins
• Specification bulletins and brochures
6.1
Page
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Documentation and literature references
6.2
Operating instructions
Order No.
German
Order No.
English
Order No.
French
Order No.
Spanish
Order No.
Italian
Order No.
Japanese
Order No.
Dutch
Order No.
Arabic
Order No.
Swedish
AM/PM balances (up to 6.1 kg)
702394
702395
702396
702397
702398
702399
703196
703197
704910
High-capacity PM scales
704683
704684
704685
704686
704687
704730
704731
-
704911
SM scales
703875
703876
703877
703878
703879
703880
703881
-
-
Bidirectional data interface
702177
702178
702179
701280
702204
-
-
-
-
PM-SE conversion kit
702565
702565
702565
702565
702565
-
-
-
-
CalcPac-M
702558
702559
702560
702561
702562
-
-
-
-
CountEasy-M
704712
704712
704712
704712
704712
-
-
-
-
CountPac-M
702169
702170
702171
702172
702221
-
-
-
-
DataPac-M
702177
702178
702179
702180
702204
-
-
-
-
FlowPac-M
704141
704142
704143
-
-
-
-
-
-
F03220
704200
704200
704200
-
-
-
-
-
-
GoldPac-M
702553
702554
702555
702556
702557
-
-
-
-
LabPac-M
702157
702158
702159
702160
702231
703378
-
-
-
LabWare “Density determination”
702039
702039
702039
-
-
-
-
-
-
LabWare “Moisture determination”
702040
702040
702040
-
-
-
-
-
-
NetEasy-M
704713
704713
704713
704713
704713
-
-
-
-
PharmaPac-M
702165
702166
702167
702168
702233
-
-
-
-
ProPac-M
702161
702162
702163
702164
702232
-
-
-
-
SQC12 StatPac-M
702173
702174
702175
702176
702492
-
-
-
-
StatEasy-M
704714
704714
704714
704714
704714
-
-
-
-
XPac-M
703167
703167
703167
-
-
-
-
-
-
1)
1)
Installation information
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
German
English
French
Spanish
Italian
Japanese
Density Determination Kit
702578
702578
702578
702578
702578
-
GA37
704210
704211
704212
-
-
-
GA44
701275
701275
701275
701275
-
-
GA50
703416
703417
703418
-
-
-
GM48
702129A
702129A
702129A
702129A
702129A
-
GM54
702131
702131
702131
702131
702131
-
GM303
704650
704650
704650
704650
704650
-
LJ16/LP16
704718
704719
704720
704721
704722
704723
LP16 Thermometer Set
703131
703131
703131
703131
703131
-
LV3 Vibrospatula
704647
704647
704647
-
-
-
LV10 Automatic Feeder
702181
702181
702181
702181
702181
-
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
German
English
French
Spanish
Italian
Japanese
Dutch
Arabic
AM/PM balances (up to 6.1 kg)
702463
702464
702465
702466
702467
702468
703198
703199
PM…-K
704665
704666
704667
704668
704669
704670
704671
-
PM…-N
704688
704689
704690
704691
704692
704732
704733
-
SM scales
703882
703883
703884
703885
703886
703887
703888
-
DataPac-M
-
702446
-
-
-
-
-
-
GA37
704213
704214
704215
-
-
-
-
-
LabPac-M
704693
704694
704695
704696
704697
704698
704699
-
LabWare “Density determination”
702042
702042
702042
-
-
-
-
-
Short-form operating instructions
Documentation and literature references
6.3
Documentation and literature references
6.4
Technical documentation (Engineering support bulletins)
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
German
English
French
Spanish
Italian
Air buoyancy correction table
700613
700613
700613
-
-
Apple Macintosh Plus
703209
703210
703211
703212
703213
Cable installation
702785
702786
702787
702788
702789
Epson PX-4 (HX-40)
702790
702791
702792
702793
702794
IBM PC
702780
702781
702782
702783
702784
Lotus 1-2-3 and Measure
703191
703192
703193
-
-
Specification bulletins
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
German
English
French
Spanish
Italian
GA50
720734
720735
720736
-
-
FO3220
720885
720886
720887
-
-
Interface converters
720687
720688
720689
720690
720691
LV10
720568
720569
720570
-
-
SQC33
721027
721028
721029
721030
721031
SQC52
720793
720794
720795
720796
720797
XPac-M
720588
720589
720590
720591
720592
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
Order No.
German
English
French
Spanish
Italian
Japanese
– Accessories AM/PM/SM
704700
704701
704702
-
704909
704703
DeltaTrac application brochure
720610
720611
720612
720613
720614
-
Dictionary of Weighing Terms
720113
720114
720115
720711
-
-
LP16 application brochure
721065
721066
721067
720608
721068
-
School experiments
720309
720310
720311
-
720814
-
SQC guide
720870
720871
720872
-
-
-
Weighing the Right Way
720905
720906
720907
720908
720909
720911
Weighing Therms
721158
721159
720115
720711
-
-
Fundamentals of Mass Determ.
721074
721118
-
-
-
-
Brochures
Application – Technical data
Documentation and literature references
6.5
6.6
Leerseite
7. Index
4.1ff.
Control of peripherals
2.9
Filter backweighing
1.4
Additive weighing
1.2
Control of the balance
2.4
Fine dispensing
1.8
Analytical balances AM
5.2
Control unit GM303
Accessories
Animal weighing
1.21
4.13
FlowPac-M
2.9, 3.8f.
Conversion Kit PM-SE
1.22, 4.8
Foot switch
2.5, 4.13
3.1, 4.13
Formula weighing
Animal weighing pan
4.3
CountEasy-M
Anti-theft device
4.7
CountPac-M
Attachment of a computer
2.4
D/A Converter GA37
Attachment of a printer
Attachment of several balances or scales
2.2f.
Data interface
2.6
Data transfer
Automatic feeder LV10
4.16
DataPac-M
Auxiliary displays GM48/49/53
4.14
Decimal places
Backweighing
1.4f., 1.16
Bar code identification
2.7
1.16, 1.19, 3.4f.
4.12
2.4, 6.2
DeltaRange
4.18
Demo cases
Battery set
4.18
Density determination
Below-the-balance weighing
1.22
Density determination kit
Cables
CalcPac-M
Index
2.7, 3.6f.
GM devices
2.9, 4.13ff.
5.11
GoldPac-M
1.15, 3.12f.
4.6
1.3, 1.22
1.3, 4.7
Hand switch
2.5, 4.13
Hanger
1.22, 5.9
In-use covers
4.6, 5.9
Infrared dryers
1.6, 4.15
Interface
Interface converters
2.3ff., 5.8f.
2.8, 4.9
1.15f., 3.2f.
Dimension diagrams
5.12ff.
LabPac-M
1.7ff.
LabWare
1.3, 1.5, 1.16, 3.16ff.
1.3, 4.7
Linearity
5.4ff.
Displacement body
Connectors
2.2, 2.7, 4.11f.
1.4ff.
Calibration weights
4.2, 5.4ff.
2.6, 2.8, 4.9ff.
Connection possibilities (overview)
4.8, 5.9
Differential weighing
Dispensing
Comparator
Fuses
1.20
4.19ff.
Calculating with weight data and constants 1.15
CL devices
Freely programmable applications
1.10, 3.10f.
GA devices
1.2, 1.8f., 1.11, 5.8
Battery charger
Formulation program FO3220
2.1ff.
1.2, 1.17
DeltaTrac
1.7ff.
1.23, 5.2
Documentation
Draft shield
6.2ff.
LP devices
1.6, 4.15
4.5, 5.9
LV devices
4.16
2.11
Dynamic weighing
1.21
4.19ff.
Fill process control
1.12ff.
7.1
1.2, 1.4, 1.9, 3.14f.
Mass flow control
3.8
Mass flow measurement
3.8
Index
7.2
Reference optimization
1.18
Terminals
Moisture content and dry weight determination 1.4
Reference piece number
1.18
Thermometer set
Multiplexer CL310
2.6, 4.10
Reference scale
Net total weighing
1.2
Mixing
1.9
NetEasy-M
3.1, 4.13
Operating instructions
6.2
Output Module GM54
1.11, 1.13, 2.9, 4.14
Percent formula weighing
1.9
Peripheral Controller GA50
4.12
Pharmakopeia
1.2, 1.13
PharmaPac-M
1.9, 1.16, 1.18, 3.20f.
Piece counting
1.2, 1.17ff.
Plus/minus tolerance check
Plus/minus weighing
Power line filters CL110, CL111
1.11
1.8, 1.11
2.10, 4.10
1.16, 2.11, 3.5
4.17f.
1.6, 4.15
Totalization
1.2
Reference weight
1.18
Triangular holder
4.7
Reproducibility
5.4ff.
Tweezers
4.7
Result deviation in inclined position
5.4ff.
Vibration adapter
5.8
Result recording
2.2f.
Vibrospatula LV3
1.8, 1.10, 4.16
4.7
Weighing boats
Screw driver
Sensitivity drift
5.4ff.
Separation of weighing cell
4.3
Weighing containers
4.3f.
Weighing in contaminated environment
1.22
from the electronics
1.22
Weighing of large weighing samples
1.22
SM stand
4.18
Weighing of magnetic weighing samples
1.22
Weighing pans
5.4f.
Software cassettes
3.1, 4.13
Weighing process adapter
SQC
(Statistical Quality Control)
1.13f., 1.16, 3.24ff.
5.8
Weighing ranges
5.2ff.
Weighing ranges in secondary units
5.10
Weighing to a target weight
1.7ff.
PowerPac-SM
4.18
Stability detection
5.8
Precision balances
5.2f.
Stabilization time
5.4ff.
Precision scales
5.2f.
Standard deviation
Price calculation from weight
1.15
StatEasy-M
3.1, 4.13
Weighing with extremely high accuracy
Statistical evaluation
1.2, 1.16
Weight control
Printer
Printer accessories
ProPac-M
Quality control
2.2ff., 4.11
4.8
1.11, 1.16, 1.18, 2.9, 3.22f.
1.14, 1.16
StatPac-M
1.15ff.
1.16, 2.9, 3.24f.
System with several balances or scales
Technical data
2.6
5.4ff.
Weighing tongs
XPac-M
4.7
1.23
1.11ff.
1.20, 3.28f.
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