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GT400
Operators Manual
Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin USA
Panningen, The Netherlands
www.digi-star.com
D3831 REV B
February 12, 2010
GT400 User’s Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................... 1
SAFETY DURING USE ................................................................................... 2
Cleaning ....................................................................................................... 2
Charging Battery and Welding ..................................................................... 2
INDICATOR OVERVIEW ................................................................................ 3
OPERATION ................................................................................................... 5
Turn on Indicator .......................................................................................... 5
Zero Balance Indicator ................................................................................. 5
Loading and Unloading ................................................................................ 6
Field ID ......................................................................................................... 7
Print Formats ............................................................................................... 8
Saving/Printing Gross Weights .................................................................... 9
Turning Off the Indicator .............................................................................. 9
WEIGHING ERRORS ................................................................................... 10
Over-Capacity Limit (OVRCAP)...................................................................... 10
Over Range (+RANGE) .................................................................................. 10
Under Range (-RANGE)................................................................................. 10
Low Battery Indication (LO BAT) ................................................................... 10
RUN SELF TEST .......................................................................................... 10
MENUS AND CALIBRATION ........................................................................ 11
Changing Options Using Long Form Setup ............................................... 11
SHORT FORM CALIBRATION ..................................................................... 14
Obtain Current Set-up and Calibration Number ........................................ 14
Calibrating Scale For Maximum Accuracy ................................................. 15
Determining New Setup and Calibration Numbers .................................... 15
Enter A New Setup And Calibration Number ............................................. 16
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................. 17
Indicator Mounting ..................................................................................... 17
Optional Ram Mounting ............................................................................. 17
Cable Connection ...................................................................................... 18
Indicator Connection Diagram ................................................................... 18
Bottom Panel Cable Connections .............................................................. 18
Connect Load Cells to J-Box ..................................................................... 19
Load Cell Direction..................................................................................... 19
Indicator Calibration ................................................................................... 19
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT .............................................................................. 20
Data Transfer Options................................................................................ 20
Remote Indicators ...................................................................................... 20
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................. 21
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Technical Specifications
SIZE
7.33” long x 5.25” high x 3.38” wide (186mm x
133mm x 85mm)
DISPLAY RESOLUTION
.01, .02, .05, .1, .2, .5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100
WEIGHT
2 lbs (.91 Kg)
DISPLAY UPDATE RATE
Selectable: 1, 2, 3, 4 times/sec.
HELP MESSAGES
Context sensitive help messages in 10
languages
Long messages are scrolled
MAX. DISPLAY RESOLUTION
Adjustable to 40,000 counts max.
TRANSDUCER EXCITATION
8 volts D.C. Nominal
Capable of driving eight 350 Ohms transducers
Short circuit proof
ATC
Auto Temperature Compensation of the internal
circuitry for high accuracy weighing
measurements
TRANSDUCER SIGNAL
Compatible with transducers having full scale
indicator transfer characteristics greater than
0.25 mv/v
“AUTO RANGE”
(Selectable) To increase display counts
at weight values of 300 and 600 display counts.
CONNECTOR
AMP plastic weather resistant circular
connector. Gold contacts.
POWER REQUIREMENTS
10.5 to 16.0 V.D.C.
160 mA nominal with four 350Ω L.C.
ZERO TRACKING
Selectable, On/Off
SPAN ACCURACY
±(.1% + .005%/ °F) or (.1% + 0.009% °C) full scale ± 1
output count
MOTION DETECTION
Selectable, On/Off
ZERO ACCURACY
(.005%/ °F.) or (0.009% °C) full scale ±1 output count
for 0.5 mv/v transducer
ENVIRONMENTAL ENCLOSURE
IP65, IEC 529
WEIGH ALGORITHM
4 internally selectable digital filters to optimize
performance
(General, Slow, Fast and Lock-on)
NON-VOLATILE MEMORY
EEPROM for balance
OPERATING TEMP
-29°C to 60°C
-20°F to 140°F
SET UP AND CALIBRATION
Via front panel
GROSS RANGE
999,999 max.display
LOW BATTERY WARNING
Enabled at 10.5V nominal
POUND/KILOGRAM
Selectable
DISPLAY
STD EZ 6 Digit LCD 1.0. high
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SAFETY DURING USE
Safety During Use
Caution
Cleaning
Do not use running water (high pressure cleaners, hoses) to clean the
indicator.
Charging Battery and Welding
Disconnect all cables from the weighing indicator before charging the
battery or welding on the machine. If cables are left connected, the
weighing indicator and connected load cells could be damaged.
Scale Indicator
Disconnect
all cords
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Indicator Overview
INDICATOR OVERVIEW
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
Note: See page 17 for installation instructions.
1
- ZERO/BALANCE operation when the scale is empty.
2
- start unloading and stop unloading, indicator displays amount
unloaded, stores or prints data to serial port when complete.
3
- edit name and display weight accumulation value.
4
- turns the unit on and off.
5 Net – arrow flashes in net mode.
6 Print – arrow flashes when printing or saving to Data-Down-Loader.
7 Gross – arrow flashes in gross mode.
8 Unload – arrow flashes in unload mode.
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Bottom Panel
9
9
10
11
Indicator Overview
12
- Remote Port – Optional, for remote display.
10 -
Power Cord Connection – +12 VDC.
11
- Load Cell Connection – Connect cable from the J-Box.
12
- Serial/J905 – Optional, to communicate with computer and other digital
Input/Output devices.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4
J905 Connector Signals
+5VDC
Com #1 Out (Tx) - Computer
Com #1 In (Rx) - DDL & Computer
Com #2 Out (Tx) - Printer
+12 VDC
Gnd – Available for any Com device
Com #2 In (Rx)
Ground
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Operation
OPERATION
Turn on Indicator
1.
Press
.
1
Zero Balance Indicator
1. Press and hold
1
0
2
for 3 seconds
to zero balance indicator.
2. Flashing arrow points to gross next
to the display window, indicator
ready to weigh.
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Operation
Loading and Unloading
For best accuracy park scale on
level surface and allow weight reading
to stabilize before Zero balancing the
scale and before beginning to unload.
Note:
1. Load cart.
2. Press
to begin unloading.
Display reads Zero. Arrows point to
Net and Unload.
3. Unload weight from cart. Display
shows amount unloaded.
2
4
4
5
6
4. Press
. after unloading is
complete. Data is automatically
added to accumulator and saved to
printer or DDL (See print format
section, page 8); a flashing arrow
will point to PRINT.
Note: Print and accumulator features
are available with Serial Option only.
5. Indicator displays GROSS weight
remaining on scale.
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Operation
Field ID
6 character identification value stored
in internal memory of indicator to
identify field being unloaded, truck
being loaded or other information.
3
2
1
4
1. Press
. FIELD is displayed and a
flashing cursor or character is
displayed in the first position.
2. Press
to scroll available
characters. Hold
for 4
seconds to increase second scroll
rate.
3. Press
to scroll backwards
through available characters.
Press
to move to the next
character.
4. Press
to accept and save.
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Operation
Print Formats
Three print formats are available to output PRTACC value and FIELD ID to DDL
or printer.
PRTAC1:
FIELD ID, 4856, GR, 274575, PA, 05FE08, I:44P
PRTAC2:
FIELD ID, 05FE08, I:44P
4856, GR, 274575, PA
Includes following information:
• Field ID
• Weight
• Weight Tag (NE, GR, Load/Unload)
• Accumulated Weight
• Print Accumulator Tag
• Date and Time
PRTAC3:
FIELD3, 5977, LB, ,GR, 3097I9,PA,05FE08, 4:42P
Includes above and adds “Unit of Measure”.
See “Menus and Calibration” (see page 11) to change print format
(PRTFMT).
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Operation
Saving/Printing Gross
Weights
(Optional w/ Serial Option)
1. Press and hold
three
seconds to send weight to serial
port.
Each time this command is executed
the value displayed is added to the
“PRTACC” which is the accumulated
weight. Weight is accumulated until
cleared.
1
Turning Off the Indicator
1. Press
until “BYE” is displayed.
bye
1
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Weighing Errors
WEIGHING ERRORS
Over-Capacity Limit (OVRCAP)
The display shows the message "OVRCAP" if the weight on the scale system
exceeds the capacity limit. The capacity value is entered in SETUP to warn of
overloading the scale system.
Over Range (+RANGE)
The display shows the message "+RANGE" if the weight on the scale system
exceeds the maximum weight measurable by the scale system. The over
range value is always the system’s maximum A/D counts multiplied by the
scaling factor. The actual weight at which over range occurs depends on the
calibration, zero, and display count size.
Under Range (-RANGE)
The display shows the message "-RANGE" if the weight on the scale system is
less than the minimum weight measurable by the scale system. The under
range value is always the system’s minimum A/D counts multiplied by the
scaling factor. The actual weight at which under range occurs will depend on
the; calibration, zero, and display count size.
Low Battery Indication (LO BAT)
If the supply voltage drops below the (10.5 Volts), the message RECHARGE
BATTERY - TURNING OFF” and LO BAT” will periodically show on the display to
alert the operator of the low battery condition.
“
“
RUN SELF TEST
1
10
1. Press
3 seconds until the
LB symbol starts to blink.
Release.
2. Press
to start the Self Test.
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MENUS AND CALIBRATION
Menus and Calibration
The Indicator has optional settings that allow flexibility in the way that the scale
is used and data is collected.
Changing Options Using Long Form Setup
Enter Long Form Setup by holding
and
for three seconds.
Press
to advance to desired menu 1,2,3,4,CALIB, or EXIT,
press
to select.
Press
to advance to desired setting.
Press
to advance setting to desired option.
Press
to save setting option and advance to next setting.
Hold
and press
to return to normal indicator operation.
Default settings from the factory vary with options and due to customer
preferences.
SETTING
[display]
OPTIONS [displayed]
BOLD=DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
MENU 1. BASIC FEATURES IN MOST INDICATORS
LANGUAGE
(langag)
DISPLAY RATE
(0 rate)
FIELD ID
(FIELD)
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English
Dutch
French
German
Italian
Portuguese
Spanish
Danish
Hungarian
Spanish
[ENGLSH)
[NEDERL]
[FRANCS]
[DEUTSH]
(ITAL]
(PORT]
(ESPAN]
(DANSK]
(MAGYAR]
(VESTA]
Select language to be displayed.
I,2,3,4
Update display times per second.
NEW EZ
Identity of FIELD location, Truck ID
or Grain Cart ID.
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Menus and Calibration
SETTING
[display]
OPTIONS [displayed]
BOLD=DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
MENU 2. CLOCK, PRINTER, COMMUNICATIONS & ESTIMATED
WEIGHT FEATURES
TIME FORMAT
24 HR
(time f)
AM/PM
(time)
XX:XX:XX
DATE FORMAT
1-mm-dd
2-mm/dd/yy
3-mm/dd/yyyy
4-dd-mm
5-dd/mm/yy
6-dd/mm/yyyy
7-ddmoyy
8-ddmoyyyy.
TIME
(date f)
DATE
(date)
TARE AUTO
PRINT
Select time format -AM/PM or 24
hour
changes time,
(Il prt)
AUTO PRINT
(aprint)
INTERFACE
(COM IN)
Select date format
changes date –
Enter XXXXXX
moves to next field.
If ON -tare auto-prints displayed
weight.
ON/OFF
(tareap)
ONE LINE PRINT
selects hh,:mm,or:ss.
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
DOWNLD,
EZ CMD, EZ2CMD
If ON -indicator data prints on one
line.
If ON -pressing keys auto-prints
weight values.
Com port interface selections
for Data Down Loader, EZ
= Original EZ Commands,
= EZII Escape Commands.
DOWNLD
EZ CMD
EZ2CMD
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Menus and Calibration
SETTING
[display]
PRINT FORMAT
OPTIONS [displayed]
BOLD=DEFAULT
AUTO
WTRCTM
(prtfmt)
WTONLY
EIDINF
DOWNLD
EID
DT+TM
EIDVID
ID+TM
PRTAC1
IDWTTM
PRTAC2
ANIMAL
PRTAC3
3200-A
FEED-1
3200-B
PRTAC4
32-TMR
PRTAC5
DATCHI
PRTAC6
FDINFO
BUFINF
(zerout)
(CI DLY)
C2 DLY)
(
(prtacc)
COUNT)
DISPLAY UNIT
(lb-kg)
CAPACITY
(cap)
Select alternate & comma (CSV)
formats.
Perform the Zero/Balance for
SCOREM #11 weight output and
Analog Output Option (4-20mA).
Choose the number of seconds
the printer will delay before
advancing to the next print line.
Choose the number of seconds
OFF, .I0, .25, .50, .75, I-5
the printer will delay before
advancing to the next print line.
Reset Print Accumulator
MENU 3. SCALE CALIBRATION SETTINGS
DISPLAY COUNT
(
DESCRIPTION
OFF,
.I0, .25, .50, .75, I-5
.0I,.02,.05,.I,.2,.5,I,2,5,I0,20,
50,I00
LB / KG
85000
Count set too small, readings
unstable and indicator not accurate
Unit of measure.
When changing weight unit using
long form, calibration is adjusted so
scale displays accurately in new
display unit.
Enter MAXIMUM weight
measurable on scale.
MENU 4 – NOT USED
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SHORT FORM CALIBRATION
Short Form Calibration
The Short Form Setup & Calibration procedure allows you to change “SETUP”
and “CAL” numbers of indicator.
Do not attempt to calibrate scale if indicator is not reading stable weights.
Calibration procedure will not fix instability, inconsistencies, or flashing
"RANGE" messages.
Obtain Current Set-up and Calibration Number
Write down current SETUP and CAL
numbers of your GT 400 indicator.
These numbers are displayed during
Self Test.
3
1
2
1
To run self test with indicator ON:
1. Press
until LB symbol starts
to blink. Release, then press
to start Self Test.
2. Press
to “pause” the Self-Test
while numbers are displayed.
3. Press
again to allow self-test
to complete normally.
SETUP # _______________
SETUP NUMBER
CAL # ________________
Following is a list of functions that are controlled by the “SETUP” number:
Weigh Method (
)
Gain
Display Units (
)
Scale Capacity
Display Counts (
)
W MTHD
LB-KG
COUNT
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Short Form Calibration
CALIBRATION NUMBER
The “CAL” number is adjusted to make scale read proper weight for different
load cells and to make accuracy adjustments on a scale system. Systems
should be checked with known weights and adjusted if necessary to insure
accuracy. Both setup and calibration numbers are changed to convert a scale
from lbs to kgs.
Calibrating Scale For Maximum Accuracy
To accurately calibrate scale, you need a large amount of weight that
has a known value. For best results you should have at least as much weight
as largest load you plan to weigh.
Note:
Determining New Setup and
Calibration Numbers
1. Press
to Zero-Balance.
2. Put KNOWN WEIGHT on scale
platform and write down DISPLAY
WEIGHT.
Perform following equation to find
ACCURATE CAL NUMBER.
1
The setup number does not change.
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Short Form Calibration
Enter A New Setup And
Calibration Number
1
4
3
1
1. Press and hold
and
for 3 seconds to enter short form
calibration.
2. The display will flash “SETUP” and
then display the 6-digit setup
number with the right digit flashing.
3. Press
several times to
increment digit to it proper value.
4. Press
to advance digit left.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each digit as
required.
6 5
5. Press
to enter new setup
number and display calibration
number.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to modify the
calibration number.
6. Press
to enter new calibration
number and display will go back to
normal.
7. Verify the accuracy of scale.
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Installation
INSTALLATION
Indicator Mounting
RAIL MOUNT
KEY
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
WING MOUNT
WEDGE MOUNT
STANDARD
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
403769
BRACKET – STR TOP MOUNT
403980
BRACKET – ROBO MOUNTING
403770
BRACKET – WING MOUNT
405069
U-BOLT, 1/4-20 X 3.25 ZP
403771
MODIFIED PLASTIC WEDGE MOUNT
405124
WEDGE MOUNT BRACKET, INCLUDES UBOLTS & NUTS
405084
NUT, 1/4-20 TOP LOCKING FLANGE
Optional Ram Mounting
RAM MOUNT
U-BOLT BASE
TWIST LOCK
STANDARD
SUCTION CUP
KEY PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
A
403180
RAM MOUNT
B
403179
MOUNT BASE-1" BALL U-BOLT
C
404230
RAM SUCTION CUP W/TWIST LOCK
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Installation
Cable Connection
Scale Indicator
Power Cord
Remote Indicator
(Optional)
Pin To 12VDC Power Supply
1 Red
+Terminal
2 Black
-Terminal
3 Orange Alarm Out
4 Blue Remote Input
See Connect
Load Cells to
J-Box (page
19)
Indicator Connection Diagram
J-Box Connection
Remote Port
(Optional)
Power Cord
Connection
Serial/J905
(Optional)
Bottom Panel Cable Connections
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Installation
Connect Load Cells to J-Box
Connect load cell
wires to terminal
blocks. See Wire
Color Key
J-Box Illustrated for 4
Load Cell Installation
Wire Color Key
Color
Description
1
White
Signal +
2
Green
Signal -
3
Red
Excitation +
4
Black
Excitation -
5
Shield
Shield
Tighten Nuts
J-Box Cable
Load Cell Cable
Connect to Indicator
bottom Panel.
J-Box Connections
Load Cell Direction
Observe direction of arrow when installing load cell.
Indicator Calibration
If you connect an indicator to a different weighing implement, the calibration
and setup number may need to change. Refer to calibration procedures (see
pages 14-16) or contact your Digi-Star representative for assistance.
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Optional Equipment
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Data Transfer Options
Kit Data Down Loader
Allows transfer of data from indicator
to PC. (Optional serial/J905 port must
already be installed in indicator)
Remote Indicators
RD440 small remote display
RD2400V backlit remote display with
1.7” high numbers
RD2400V backlit remote display
w/transmitter and installed receiver
RD4000 remote display
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Troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING
FLOW CHART
START
YES
Is the reading on the
Indicator stable?
Does the indicator come on?
If your display is unstable, or
flashes “±RANGE” disconnect
the j-box cord from Indicator.
Is display still unstable?
NO
YES
Put your weight on each
NO
load cell. Does the indicator
respond to your weight?
Check all J-Box
and Load Cell
YES
cables for cuts
or pinched/flat
spots.
Are the readings
all positive? If not
Load Cell is
upside down.
Does the scale weigh you
approx. the same over all
Load Cells? (Weight will
not be accurate)
: Take them
apart and clean connections.
(Rust or paint should be wire
brushed.) Then reconnect and
tighten securely.
Bad Battery: Replace battery
YES
(weak battery may test good if
tested with no load on battery)
Bad Power Cord: Make sure
red wire is connected to (+)
Your Indicator is probably positive side and black wire is
defective. Try another
connected to (-) negative side.
Indicator to verify. Note:
When using a multimeter to
Be aware of electrical
check for voltage, measure
interference that might
between pin 1 (pos) and pin 2
affect Indicator, such as
(neg). Meter should read
mobile phones, CB
between 10.5 and 14.5 volts
radios, radio towers,
DC if using a tractor power
electrical motors, etc.
cord, black wire is positive and
Make sure Load Cell
white wire is negative.
cables are not attached to
Bad Indicator: Try another
hydraulic lines or
Indicator. (Even a different
reservoir.
model or set-up should come
on.)
Poor Connection
NO
Remove the cover from your J-Box
YES
Is there moisture inside the box?
Your Indicator is probably not set-up
and calibrated correctly. Check the
decal on the bottom of Indicator. It
shows what type of Load Cells the
Indicator was calibrated to. By
pressing the on key while the
Indicator is already on, you will get
the Indicator’s “Set-up” and “Cal”
numbers. See if they compare to the
set-up and calibration numbers on
the Indicator. Contact Dealer for
further information.
Fix or replace the J-Box
NO
YES
NO
Look for loose connections.
Watch your Indicator display
while moving the wires and
pressing on the circuit board
inside the J-Box. You will see
if there is a loose connection
or bad solder joint.
YES
Dry out your J-Box (use a
hairdryer). Check cable
strain reliefs for tightness.
Cables have drip loops. Is
lid gasket damaged?
Did the J-Box have a bad
connection or loose wire?
NO
See next Page
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FLOW CHART
Continued
1. Disconnect all the Load Cell
wires from the terminal blocks
inside the J-Box (leave the
Indicator on while connecting
and disconnecting the wires, it
will not damage Load Cells or
Indicator if wires are shorted
during this step). Is reading on
Indicator stable?
YES
Hook up the Load Cells to the J-Box one at
a time (only one Load Cell connected at a time).
This will get a reading for each Load Cell. While
performing this test, watch for any other
symptoms such as erratic/unstable display.
Indicator flashing “±RANGE”, negative reading,
etc. If the Indicator reading should ever appear
abnormal with any Load Cell connected then it is
probably bad.
Note:
NO
Replace J-Box
(be aware of electrical
interference that might affect
your scale such as: mobile
phones, CB radios, radio
towers, electric motors, etc.).
3. Connect one Load Cell back into one of the
terminals in the J-Box. (The reading you get for
each Load Cell is dependent on the size and type
of each Load Cell and how much weight is over
each Load Cell. In general, the number should be
positive and stable.)
4. Record the Indicator reading with
the Load Cell connected.
5. Stand or hang your weight over the connected
Load Cell. Record how much the weight
increased with your weight over the Load Cell. (A
scale with only one Load Cell will weigh heavy.)
7. Repeat step 6 for the remaining Load Cells.
Remember to record your readings.
Do not expect the Load Cells to give the same
reading. It is common for Load Cells to have
readings that vary by hundreds, even thousands.
Especially when one is carrying more weight.
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2. Zero balance the Indicator.
(Press “NET/GROSS” then
“ZERO”). Indicator should display
“0”.
If the scale responded to your weight,
that’s verification on the J-Box is OK. If the
scale did not respond, either that Load Cell is
bad or the J-Box is bad. Try the other Load
Cells. If the Indicator still shows no response,
the J-Box is bad. (Replace J-Box)
Note:
6. Disconnect the first Load Cell and reconnect
a second one. Record the Indicator reading.
Stand or hang your weight over the connected
Load Cell. Record how much the weight
increased.
8. Bad Load Cells will have a reading that is
either unstable, makes the indicator flash
“±RANGE” or is more than three times greater
or less than the average of the others. Also the
readings of your weight over each Load Cell
should be similar. (Probably 4 times your actual
weight). Any differences could be an indication
of a bad Load Cell or a structural problem.
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