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Scales for Agribusiness
Model 1040/XL
Indicator
User Instructions
NORTH AMERICA
29811-0016
Issue AF
March 2013
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Table of Contents
page
Chapter 1 General information and warnings ......................................................................................... 5
About this manual .............................................................................................................. 5
Text conventions ......................................................................................................... 5
Special messages ....................................................................................................... 5
Routine maintenance ......................................................................................................... 5
Cleaning the machine ........................................................................................................ 6
Training .............................................................................................................................. 6
Sharp objects ..................................................................................................................... 6
FCC and EMC declarations of compliance ........................................................................ 6
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................. 7
Chapter 2 Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 8
The 1040 Indicator ............................................................................................................. 8
Key Descriptions ................................................................................................................ 9
Annunciators ...................................................................................................................... 9
Display Messages ............................................................................................................ 10
Entering Alphanumeric Characters .................................................................................. 11
Chapter 3 Getting Started ....................................................................................................................... 12
Mounting the Model 1040 ................................................................................................ 12
Chapter 4 Cable Connections and Power Requirements .................................................................... 13
Chapter 5 Weighing Procedures ............................................................................................................ 16
Simple Weighing .............................................................................................................. 16
Loading/Unloading Ingredients Into A Mixer .................................................................... 16
Loading Or Unloading Ingredients By Using the XM64 ................................................... 17
Chapter 6 Operational Overview ............................................................................................................ 19
Menus .............................................................................................................................. 19
Gross Mode and Power Failures ..................................................................................... 19
Data Entry ........................................................................................................................ 19
Chapter 7 User Menu ............................................................................................................................... 20
LIST ................................................................................................................................. 21
CLR.ACC ......................................................................................................................... 22
BAT.CNT .......................................................................................................................... 22
ING.TOL & DELAY .......................................................................................................... 23
TIMER .............................................................................................................................. 24
ENTRY ............................................................................................................................. 25
TIME ................................................................................................................................ 28
DATE ............................................................................................................................... 28
VOLUME .......................................................................................................................... 29
SLEEP ............................................................................................................................. 30
NATION ........................................................................................................................... 30
CLR.DAT .......................................................................................................................... 31
Chapter 8 Recipes and Pens .................................................................................................................. 32
Recipe Features ............................................................................................................... 32
Choose a Recipe Entry Mode .......................................................................................... 32
Recipe Menu .................................................................................................................... 33
Creating A Recipe ............................................................................................................ 34
Editing Operations ........................................................................................................... 35
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Deleting A Recipe ...................................................................................................... 35
Changing Ingredient Quantities ................................................................................. 35
Deleting Ingredients .................................................................................................. 35
Inserting Ingredients .................................................................................................. 36
Pens ................................................................................................................................. 36
Editing Pen Descriptions ........................................................................................... 36
Using ID ........................................................................................................................... 37
Entering an ID ........................................................................................................... 37
Viewing Current ID .................................................................................................... 37
Clearing Current ID ................................................................................................... 38
Chapter 9 Other Operations .................................................................................................................... 39
Manual Hold Mode ........................................................................................................... 39
Batching Recipe (Ingredient Loading Method) ................................................................. 39
Mix Timer Operation ........................................................................................................ 42
Time Mix .................................................................................................................... 42
Pen Unloading ................................................................................................................. 43
Viewing the Accumulators ................................................................................................ 45
Viewing the Ingredient Usage Accumulators ............................................................. 45
Viewing the Recipe Usage Accumulators ................................................................. 46
Viewing the Pen Accumulators .................................................................................. 47
The XM64 Transmitter/Receiver ...................................................................................... 48
Printing ............................................................................................................................. 49
QUICK PRINT 1 (Prints active ingredient listing) ...................................................... 49
QUICK PRINT 2 (Prints active unload pen listing, ones that have a target value.) ... 49
QUICK PRINT 3: (Prints all Recipes) ........................................................................ 50
QUICK PRINT 4: (Prints last 100 batches) ............................................................... 50
QUICK PRINT 5: (Prints a listing of all active ingredient accumulators with usage) . 51
QUICK PRINT 6: (Prints a listing of Recipe Accumulators with usage) .................... 51
QUICK PRINT 7: (Prints a listing of Pen Unloading Accumulators with usage) ........ 51
QUICK PRINT 8: (Prints the Recipe/Ingredient Accumulators) ................................. 52
QUICK PRINT 9: (Parameter Printout) ...................................................................... 53
Chapter 10 Indicator Diagnostics ........................................................................................................... 54
Access the Test Menu ..................................................................................................... 54
Volts test .................................................................................................................... 55
LCD test .................................................................................................................... 55
Keypad test ............................................................................................................... 55
A/D test ...................................................................................................................... 56
Serial test .................................................................................................................. 56
Inputs test .................................................................................................................. 57
Relay test .................................................................................................................. 57
Soft test ..................................................................................................................... 58
Chapter 11 RD64/XL/M Remote Displays and XM64 Remote Transmitter .......................................... 59
Remote Displays .............................................................................................................. 59
XM64 Remote Transmitter/Receiver ................................................................................ 60
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................... 61
Power-On ......................................................................................................................... 61
Indicator Over/Under Capacity ......................................................................................... 62
Inaccurate Weight Readings ............................................................................................ 63
Measuring Supply Battery Voltage ................................................................................... 63
Service Repairs ................................................................................................................ 64
Windows® Setup ............................................................................................................. 64
To Download .................................................................................................................... 65
Transfer Data Module (TDM-40) ...................................................................................... 66
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Model 1040/XL User Instructions
1.1
1
General information and warnings
1.1
About this manual
About this manual
This manual is divided into chapters by the chapter number and the large text at the top
of a page. Subsections are labeled as shown by the 1 and 1.1 headings shown above.
The names of the chapter and the next subsection level appear at the top of alternating
pages of the manual to remind you of where you are in the manual. The manual name
and page numbers appear at the bottom of the pages.
1.1.1 Text conventions
Key names are shown in bold and reflect the case of the key being described. This
applies to hard keys and onscreen or soft keys.
Displayed messages appear in bold italic type and reflect the case of the displayed
message.
1.1.2 Special messages
NOTE: This is a Note symbol. Notes give additional and important information, hints
and tips that help you to use your product.
1.2
Routine maintenance
IMPORTANT: This equipment must be routinely checked for proper operation
and calibration.
Application and usage will determine the frequency of calibration required for
safe operation.
Always turn off the machine and isolate from the power supply before starting any
routine maintenance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Make sure that it is placed securely on a flat and level surface.
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General information and warnings
1.3
Cleaning the machine
Table 1.1 Cleaning DOs and DON’Ts
DO
DO NOT
Wipe down the outside of standard products Attempt to clean the inside of the machine
with a clean cloth, moistened with water and Use harsh abrasives, solvents, scouring cleaners or
a small amount of mild detergent
alkaline cleaning solutions
Spray the cloth when using a proprietary
cleaning fluid
1.4
Spray any liquid directly on to the display windows
Training
Do not attempt to operate or complete any procedure on a machine unless you have
received the appropriate training or read the instruction books.
To avoid the risk of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury), place the machine on a surface which
is ergonomically satisfactory to the user. Take frequent breaks during prolonged usage.
1.5
Sharp objects
Do not use sharp objects such as screwdrivers or long fingernails to operate the keys.
1.6
FCC and EMC declarations of compliance
United States
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Canada
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de
la Classe A prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique edicté par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
European Countries
WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
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Model 1040/XL User Instructions
1.7
1.7
Declaration of Conformity
Declaration of Conformity
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Introduction
2
Introduction
This manual covers the information you need to operate your Avery Weigh-Tronix
batching Model 1040/XL indicator.
2.1
The 1040 Indicator
The 1040 indicator face is shown in Figure 2.1. The 1040XL is shown in Figure 2.2. The
Model 1040XL and the Model 1040 have the exact same software. The only difference
is the display size.
1040
Recipe
Ingredient
Alarm
Usage
Motion
Hand-Add
Gross
lb
Load
Auto
Pen
kg
ABC
1
PQR
6
ON
OFF
HOLD
DEF
2
STU
7
TIMER
GHI
3
VWX
8
MENU
JKL
4
YZspace
9
SELECT
MNO
5
RECIPE
/+-
GROSS
LOAD
0
PEN
PRINT
USAGE
UNLOAD
ID
ZERO
CLEAR
Figure 2.1 1040 Indicator face
1040XL
Recipe
Alarm
Ingredient
Usage
Hand-Add
Motion
Gross
lb
Auto
Load
kg
Pen
ABC
1
PQR
6
ON
OFF
HOLD
DEF
2
STU
7
TIMER
GHI
3
VWX
8
MENU
JKL
4
YZspace
9
SELECT
MNO
5
RECIPE
/+-
GROSS
LOAD
0
PEN
PRINT
USAGE
UNLOAD
ID
ZERO
CLEAR
Figure 2.2 1040XL Indicator face
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2.2
2.2
Key Descriptions
Key Descriptions
There are 24 keys. All keys except the ON and OFF have audible feedback; low,
medium, high.
2.3
Key
Description
ON
Press to turn the unit on.
OFF
Press to turn the unit off.
1-9, A-Z
Press to enter in numeric data. In specific modes, use this to enter
ingredient, recipe or pen alphanumeric names.
ZERO/CLEAR
Press to zero the indicator, clear the data entry display, delete
recipes, ingredient names and pen names.
RECIPE
Press to access recipe programming mode, and/or used to batch
a recipe.
PEN
Press to access pen programming mode, and pens.
GROSS
Press to access the gross live weight mode.
LOAD/UNLOAD
Press to access the net loading/unloading mode, or use to get into
the loading or unloading process.
USAGE
Press to access the ingredient, recipe, and pen batch
accumulators.
ID
Press to enter in a user ID number.
HOLD
Press to access the HOLD mode. This mode allows the weight to
hold at its weight until released from this mode.
TIMER
Press to access the timer mode. Either time or rotations timer.
MENU
Press to move around in the appropriate menu structure.
SELECT
Press to move down in the appropriate menu structure. Use also
to select the quick print.
PRINT
Press to transfer data to the serial port and transfer to a printer,
computer, or handheld data collection device. Or use to enter
decimal point in data entry mode.
Annunciators
The Model 1040 has 12 triangle annunciators along the edge of the display.
PEN
To indicate unit is in the pen unloading mode, pen programming/
editing, or viewing the pen accumulators.
LOAD
To indicate unit is in the loading/unloading mode when using the
LOAD/UNLOAD key, or the recipe loading mode.
GROSS
To indicate unit is in the gross weighing mode.
RECIPE
To indicate unit is in the recipe mode, either batching or
programming. Or, you are viewing recipe accumulators.
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Introduction
2.4
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INGREDIENT
To indicate unit is in the recipe entry mode, or ingredient entry, or
ingredient accumulators.
ALARM
This is on when the user has activated the load/unload or recipe
modes that have made the alarm setpoint active and ready to
activate the alarm light when the proper weight is reached.
USAGE
To indicate that the usage mode is activated, whether ingredient,
recipe, or pens, then those annunciators will be activated as
appropriate.
MOTION
Turns on when there is motion present, based on the stability
window parameters.
HAND-ADD
Appears when editing ingredients and enabling the ingredient as
a hand-add. Then, later when the recipe is recalled, the
appropriate ingredient again will turn on if it is a hand-add.
Lb
Turns on if the indicator is programmed for weighing in lb.
AUTO
Turns on if the unit is programmed for AUTO ingredient advance.
(or anytime a tolerance and advance delay have been entered).
Kg
Turns on if the indicator is programmed for weighing in kg.
Display Messages
M1040
Message displayed on power up initialization sequence.
HELLO
Message displayed on power-up sequence for 3 seconds
ADJ.AMT
Indicator configured for self-adjusting mode
HD.CT
Indicator configured for head count mode.
WT.AMT
Indicator configured for standard weight ingredient entry mode.
(- - - - - -)
Upper dashes show the indicator is in a state of overcapacity, or
analog input is too high.
(- - - - - -)
Lower dashes show the indicator is in a state of undercapacity, or
analog input is too low.
PRINT
Indicator is transmitting data. Appears after you press the PRINT
key for a second.
PR-X
Indicator is showing appropriate quick print, (PR-1 to PR-9) Shows
on the display when the proper quick print has been selected.
PRINT.X
Shows on the display when the PRINT key was pressed after a
quick print was selected for printing.
LOW.BAT
Alternates on the display between current mode and LOW.BAT
when input voltage is between 8-10 volts.
HOLD
Used when hold mode is activated.
CAN’T
Usually displayed when trying to enter an invalid data. (EX:
entering in 9999 for a time)
NOPRGM
Indicates accessed recipe is not programmed.
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2.5
2.5
Entering Alphanumeric Characters
bAdKEY
This indicates that one of the 22 active keys is on, or one of the
two inputs is stuck in the active state. Helpful in debugging a bad
keypad or faulty input (transmitter). This remains displayed until
the keypad condition is fixed.
SHT.DWN
Is shown on the display prior to shutting the indicator off after the
sleep timer has expired, or if voltage exceeds 17 or if voltage is
less than 9 for more than 10 seconds. (10 seconds before this the
alarm beeps several times).
HI VOLT
Indicates input voltage to Model 1040 has exceeded 17 volts.
OVR.TOL
Displayed when in the load/unload mode or recipe batching mode
when a target is over tolerance. If after over-tolerance meets the
delay time and motion ceases it will auto advance. Otherwise user
will need to advance forward by using the MENU key.
Entering Alphanumeric Characters
There are times you will want to enter alphanumeric characters into the 1040. For
example: Recipe, ingredient or pen names.
If two consecutive alpha characters are on the same key, you must wait a second or
two after the first character is entered before you can enter the second.
You can enter these characters through the front panel keys. Below is an example to
illustrate how it is done.
To key in the word CORN:
1.
When the display will accept characters press the 1(ABC) key repeatedly until
the C is displayed.
2.
Repeatedly press the 5(MNO) key until O appears.
3.
Repeatedly press the 6(PQR) key until R appears.
4.
Repeatedly press the 5(MNO) key until N appears.
5.
Press the SELECT key to accept the ingredient name or press the ZERO/
CLEAR key to clear the name and try steps 1-4 again.
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Getting Started
3
Getting Started
Before using your new Model 1040 indicator:
3.1
l
Please verify that everything has been properly connected. See Figures 3-6
l
If you are mounting the indicator, see the next section: Mounting the Model
1040.
l
Check the scale system to ensure proper units are set (lb, kg)
l
Verify the system is weighing properly.
Mounting the Model 1040
The Model 1040 mounts on a quick-detach bracket. Weld or bolt the quick-detach
bracket into place, as follows:
1.
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Choose a mounting location that is
l
convenient for operation of the indicator, and
l
protected from moving parts or from other moving machinery.
2.
Hold the indicator at the proposed mounting location, and verify that the
display is legible and the controls accessible.
3.
Positioning the quick-detach bracket with the wider end at the top, mark the
desired mounting location. If bolting, use the quick-detach bracket as a
template and mark and drill holes.
4.
Weld or bolt the quick-detach bracket at the appropriate location. If bolting,
use double nuts or self-locking nuts to protect both indicator and machinery.
5.
Insert the indicator bracket into the quick-detach bracket and push it down into
place.
6.
For mobile applications, wrap and twist a strong wire around the indicator
bracket and the quick-detach bracket to stabilize the mounting.
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Cable Connections and Power Requirements
Make sure all cables are connected as shown in Figures 3-6.
Voltage to the Model 1040 must be 10-17 volts DC, negative ground only. If voltage is
between 9-10 volts, LOW.BAT is displayed on the indicator. Dropping below nine volts
will cause the Model 1040 to automatically shut itself off, protecting the battery from
being completely drained.
If voltage is above 17 volts, HI VOLT flashes on the the display. After ten seconds the
unit displays SHT.DWN and turns off.
If voltage is below nine volts, LOW.BAT flashes on the the display. After ten seconds
the unit displays SHT.DWN and turns off.
2-pin Power input
(+12 VDC)
Alarm
Speed
Sensor
RD64/RCV 64
COM-1
COM-2
AWT 7-pin
J-box
Interface
Figure 4.1 Bottom panel w/power, alarm, speed sensor, remote display, 2 Com
ports, and 7-pin J-box connections
2
1
4
3
4-pin Power input
(+12 VDC)
Alarm
Speed
Sensor
RD64/RCV 64
COM-1
COM-2
4-pin AMP
J-box
Interface
Figure 4.2 Bottom panel w/power, alarm, speed sensor, remote display, 2 Com
ports, and 4-pin J-box connections
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Cable Connections and Power Requirements
3 Weigh Bars
Full bridge
(W/O J-box)
RD64/RCV 64
Power input
(+12 VDC)
Alarm
COM-1
(RS-232)
Figure 4.3 Bottom panel w/power, alarm, remote display, 1 Com port, and 3
Weigh Bar connections
4 Weigh Bars
Full bridge
(W/O J-box)
RD64/RCV 64
Power input
(+12 VDC)
Alarm
COM-1
(RS-232)
Figure 4.4 Bottom panel w/power, alarm, remote display, 1 Com port, and 4
Weigh Bar connections
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Speed Sensor Input
RS-232 Port
1
1
2
3
4
Outside View
(Female)
Pin
1
2
3
4
Description
+ 12V
GND
Input
N/C
2
Pin
1
2
3
4
1
14
4
5
6
8
4
7
3
3
3
4
3
4
Outside View
(Male)
Outside
View
(Male)
1
Description
+12V Input
GND
N/C
N/C
2
3
4
F
B
E
B
Pin
A
B
Description
+12V
GND
G
C
D
Seven Pin Female
(Outside View)
Outside View
(Female)
A
B
E
Pin
A
B
Description
+12V Alarm
GND
5
3
6
8
7
C
Outside View
(Female)
RD64/XL/M Input
4
B
D
Outside View
(Male)
2
Pin
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Description
- Bridge
+ Excitation
+ Bridge
- Excitation
- Sense
+ Sense
Shield
5-Pin Weigh Bar Input
2-Pin Alarm Input
1
Description
+ Excitation
- Bridge
+ Bridge
-Excitation
7-Pin J-box Interface
A
A
Pin
1
2
3
4
Outside View
(Female)
2-Pin Power Input
A
Description
CTS
XMT
RTS
RXD
GND
GND
+5V
+12V
4-Pin Amp J-Box Interface
1
1
2
3
Outside View
(Male)
4-Pin Power Input
2
2
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
9
Outside View
(Male)
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Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description
+12V
+5V
Pwr Ret
GND
Seg Test
Data In
Clock
Load
Remote
Pin
A
B
C
D
E
Description
- Bridge
+ Excitation
+ Bridge
- Excitation
Shield
4-Pin Weigh Bar Input
D
A
B
C
Outside View
(Female)
Pin
A
B
C
D
Description
GND
NA
NA
NA
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Weighing Procedures
5
Weighing Procedures
5.1
Simple Weighing
1.
Press the ON key…
Display shows M 1040 then HELLO, then weight value is displayed in
the Gross mode. If it shows RETURN, press SELECT to resume
batching process, otherwise GROSS to return to Gross mode.
2.
Press the GROSS key…
Live scale weight is displayed in the gross weighing mode.
3.
Press the ZERO/CLEAR key…
Zero value is displayed, and the system is zeroed.
Press PRINT to print the displayed weight value. Below is an example of a printout:
10000 lb
5.2
Loading/Unloading Ingredients Into A Mixer
1.
Zero the indicator before loading first Ingredient.
2.
Key in the target weight of the first ingredient…
Quantity to load/unload is displayed.
If you miskey, simply press ZERO/CLEAR and re-enter the proper amount.
3.
Press the LOAD/UNLOAD key…
Target weight remains displayed, and the load and alarm annunciator
turns on. (this sequence now has the alarm setpoint engaged)
4.
Start loading/unloading the first ingredient…
Display shows the net amount of what needs to be loaded/unloaded,
decreasing from target amount towards zero. (It doesn’t matter if you are
loading or unloading)
When displayed weight approaches within 50 lb/kg (default) of your
selected target weight, the alarm light starts flashing once/sec. When
your target is reached the alarm light stays on solid.
5.
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Stop loading/unloading when target weight is reached.
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5.3
Loading Or Unloading Ingredients By Using the XM64
6.
Press the GROSS key to shut off the alarm and the display will return to the
gross mode. Press ZERO/CLEAR to shut off alarm and remain in the Load/
Unload mode with the previous target amount active. This is very handy for
loading/unloading a series of equal amounts.
7.
If AUTO-HOLD is enabled…
The alarm shuts off and the indicator goes into Auto-Hold mode,
displaying HOLD)
If AUTO-HOLD is off…
The alarm shuts off, and the unit returns to the gross mode.
8.
Move mixer to its next ingredient loading/unloading location…
Display shows HOLD. Because the unit is in HOLD mode it will not allow
the display weight to change because of the terrain. This will prevent a
scale zero shift. Press MENU (or XM64) or GROSS key to return to
Gross mode.
5.3
Loading Or Unloading Ingredients By Using the XM64
You can load or unload a series of ingredients or batched feed by using the XM64
transmitter/receiver. You must know the net amount to be loaded or unloaded. The
XM64 gives you the ability to tare or zero each ingredient and view the net amount as
you load or unload. The remote can also be used to indicate the gross amount between
ingredients and can return the indicator to the gross mode when done loading by simply
holding down on the XM64 for three or more seconds.
The alarm light is nonfunctional in this loading/unloading sequence.
Follow these steps:
1.
Be sure the mixer or scale system is empty and zero the indicator.
2.
Press the LOAD/UNLOAD key…
Zero value is shown, and the load and lb/kg annunciators turn on. This
means the net weighing mode is on.
3.
Load or unload material as needed…
Net weight value increases. This is an absolute weight value. If you are
loading or unloading it shows the amount loaded or unloaded so far.
4.
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When you reach the proper amount, stop loading or unloading material.
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Weighing Procedures
5.
Press the ZERO/CLEAR button or the XM64 button…
The net value shown is reset or tared back to zero, ready for the next
amount.
You may view the gross weight by pressing and holding the XM64
button. If you release the button within three seconds, the unit returns to
the net mode showing zero.
If you are done loading and now want to return to the gross mode for
unloading, press and hold the XM64 button for more than three seconds.
To return to the net mode, press LOAD/UNLOAD.
6.
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Load or unload additional quantities by repeating steps 3-5 as needed,
otherwise, if done loading, press the GROSS key to return to gross weighing
mode.
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6.1
6
Operational Overview
6.1
Menus
Menus
The following is an operational overview of the 1040/XL indicator.
The indicator has the following menus:
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l
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6.2
User menu (no password)
Test menu (111 Menu)
Setup menu (covered in the Service Manual)
History menu (covered in the Service Manual)
Factory calibration menu (covered in the Service Manual)
Gross Mode and Power Failures
The standard mode of operation is the gross mode. The Gross annunciator will be on
and gross weight on the scale will be displayed.
After a power failure, when you power up the indicator you are given the opportunity to
return to the step in any process you may have been in when the power failure
occurred. This is important if you lose power in the middle of a batch and simply want
to return to which ingredient you were loading.
If power is lost during batching of a recipe, the display will show RETURN when power
is restored. If you want to exit the recipe process, press the GROSS key. If you want to
return to recipe process, press the SELECT key. The indicator will return to where it
was when power was lost. If you were in the middle of loading an ingredient and don’t
remember what ingredient it was, press the LOAD/UNLOAD key to see the ingredient
name.
6.3
Data Entry
All data entered will become one of the following:
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l
weight - All weight entered data will be rounded on a standard rounding
scheme to the nearest division size. (Example: If you enter 5002, and the
indicator is counting by 5’s, once the next key is pressed signifying that it is
weight, the display will show and record the entry as 5000).
Time or Rotation entry
Id
Quick print number
Recipe or Pen number
Recipe entry (If entering a recipe, all data will be allowed down to 1 lb/kg.
Rounding will be implemented when actually batching or printing recipes.
Anytime you enter data by mistake, the ZERO/CLEAR key will clear the data entry
display and you can re-enter the correct data.
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User Menu
7
User Menu
Figure 7 shows the User menu. All the user configurable parameters are set through
this menu. This section deals with each of the items in the menu. You will be referred
back to Figure 7 several times.
Press the GROSS key repeatedly to escape from any spot on the menu and return to
the Gross mode.
To enter the menu, press and hold the MENU key until you hear the unit beep twice (2
seconds). Release the key and the display will show LIST.
Use the SELECT key to move down from a menu item. Use the MENU key to move to
the right in the menu. When you are done configuring one of the menu items, press the
GROSS key to move back up to the menu item.
MENU key to scroll
SELECT key to move
GROSS key to move
GROSS
LIST
CLR.ACC
BAT.CNT
ING.TOL
DELAY
TIMER
Enter/view
batch#
0-999999
Enter Ing.
tolerance
0-99%
0=Manual
Enter Ing.
Adv. Delay
0-99 sec.
0=Manual
TIM.STD
ALL
EDIT
ING.001
ENTRY
BATCH
NO
YES
NO
CALIB
Enter a %
SET.SPD speed tolerance
1-99%
ACCUM
YES
NO
TOLER
YES
ING.100
TIME
DATE
12/24 hr
HH MM SS
MM DD YY lb
or
DD MM YY (kg)
WEIGHT
HEAD.CT
NORMAL
ADJUST
NATION
CLR.DAT
VOLUME
ALL
NO
SPANSH
RECS
YES
NO
LOW
MEdIUM
PENS
YES
GERMAN
SLEEP
Enter 1-999
minutes.
0 = off
OFF
ENGLSH
SLF.ADJ
NO
FRENCH
HIGH
INGS
YES
NO
DANISH
YES
DuTCH
Figure 7.1 User menu
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7.1
7.1
LIST
LIST
The first item in the user menu, Figure 7.1, is LIST. Use this to edit your ingredient list.
You can have up to 100 ingredients stored in the 1040. By default the names are
ING.001 through ING.100.
1.
From gross weighing mode, press and hold MENU for 2 beeps…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press SELECT…
EDIT is displayed.
3.
Press SELECT to access the first ingredient in the list…
ING.001 is displayed
OR
Key in the ingredient number you want to edit and press SELECT…
That ingredient is displayed.
You can enter alphanumeric titles for each ingredient using the front
panel keys. See Entering Alphanumeric Characters on page 11
4.
Once edited properly, press SELECT then MENU to access the next
ingredient in the list
OR
Press the GROSS key repeatedly to return to the gross weighing mode.
Once edited, these new ingredient descriptions will show up on all applicable printouts
and in the batching process.
To Set Ingredient Description Back to Default Setting
If you want to change back to the default description, access the proper ingredient
and press and hold the ZERO/CLEAR key for 2 beeps and release. ING.CLR will be
briefly displayed and then returns to EDIT.
To Setup Ingredient as a Hand-add
While ingredient name is displayed, press the HOLD key and the Hand-add
annunciator will illuminate. The ingredient will then always be treated as a hand-add
ingredient. Press the HOLD key again to disable the tagging of an ingredient as a
hand-add ingredient.
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7.2
CLR.ACC
The next menu item is CLR.ACC. Under this item you can choose to clear:
l
l
l
ALL accumulators (the last 100 batch printouts/data and all ingredient, recipe
and pen accumulators)
BATCH accumulator ((the last 100 batch printouts/data)
ACCUM (the ingredient, recipe and pen accumulators).
Follow these steps:
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU key once…
CLR.ACC is displayed
3.
Press the SELECT key…
ALL is displayed.
4.
Use the MENU key to move through the choices. Display the one you want to
clear and press SELECT key…
NO is displayed.
5.
Press MENU and YES is shown. Press SELECT key…
WAIT is displayed while clearing, then ALL, BATCH, or ACCUM is
displayed.
6.
Press GROSS key…
Unit returns to CLR.ACC.
7.
7.3
Press the GROSS key to return to the gross weighing mode, or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
BAT.CNT
The next menu item is BAT.CNT. This stands for Batch Counter. The counter starts at
0 and increments each time a recipe is batched. This value is cleared each time the
batched data is cleared under CLR.ACC. This counter goes up to 999999.
Follow these steps:
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU key repeatedly until…
bAT.CNT is displayed.
3.
Press the SELECT key…
Current batch counter is shown.
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7.4
4.
ING.TOL & DELAY
Press the SELECT key…
bAT.CNT is shown
5.
7.4
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
ING.TOL & DELAY
ING.TOL stands for Ingredient Tolerance. DELAY stands for ingredient advance Delay.
These two parameters work together to make the Auto-advance feature work. Set
ingredient tolerance as a percentage (1-99) and delay in seconds. See example below
to help understand these items.
Example:
Delay parameter is set to 20 seconds
Tolerance is set to 5%
When the ingredient weight being loaded falls within the tolerance and
stays within the tolerance for the time set in the delay parameter, the
indicator will auto-advance to the next ingredient.
If you undershoot the ingredient tolerance, you can advance the ingredient
manually by pressing the MENU key on the 1040. If you overshoot, the
display will alternate between OVR.TOL and the amount overloaded until
the indicator doesn’t sense motion, then it will advance to the next
ingredient.
Auto-advance will take place only if an ingredient tolerance and an advanced delay
parameter have values set at other than 0. If either parameter is set to 0, there will be
no auto-advance.
The default setting is 0 for both parameters. This means auto-advance is disabled.
Follow these steps to set or view the ING.TOL parameter:
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU key repeatedly until…
ING.TOL is displayed
3.
Press the SELECT key…
Current tolerance setting is displayed.
4.
Use the keypad to enter in the new tolerance…
Entered tolerance value is displayed
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5.
Press the SELECT key…
ING.TOL is displayed
6.
Press the MENU key to move to the DELAY menu item.
If an XM64 transmitter/receiver is installed into the 1040, press the XM64 button to
advance to the next ingredient. Do not use auto-advance if the 1040 system has
the XM64 option.
To set or view the DELAY parameter:
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU key repeatedly until…
dELAY is shown
3.
Press the SELECT key…
Current delay parameter is shown
4.
Use the keypad to enter in the new setting…
Entered value is displayed.
5.
Press the SELECT key and…
dELAY is shown
6.
7.5
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
TIMER
Default setting = TIM.STD
This parameter sets the timer mode for standard time or self-adjusting time. The selfadjust feature requires the mixer to be fitted with a proximity sensor to sense the speed
of the mixer. Consult nearest distributor.
To set the timer mode:
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU key repeatedly until TIMER is shown
3.
Press the SELECT key …
TIM.STD or SLF.ADJ is shown
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4.
Press the MENU key toggle between the choices.
5a.
Press SELECT when your choice is displayed…
ENTRY
If you select TIM.STD, TIMER is displayed.
If you select SLF.ADJ, CALIB is displayed. Use this to calibrate the
desired mixing speed. Press SELECT to enter calibration mode.
SET.SPD is shown. Make sure the mixer is at the target speed and press
SELECT. The display will show SPD.CAL until there is enough data to
calibrate. The display will show CALIB when done.
5b.
Press the MENU key…
TOLER is displayed. Use this to set up the speed tolerance.
5c.
Press SELECT…
Enter the tolerance (1-99%)
5d.
Press SELECT…
Display shows TOLER.
6.
7.6
Press the GROSS key repeatedly to return to the Gross weighing mode or
press the MENU key to move to the next menu item.
ENTRY
When a recipe is programmed, it remembers the mode the indicator was in at the time
of recipe creation. This means you can have some recipes based on head counts and
some based on weight.
IMPORTANT: Make sure the indicator is configured properly before entering recipes.
ENTRY stands for the recipe entry mode. The indicator can accept recipes in several
ways. Below are explanations for each mode and examples to illustrate. See note at
left.
1.
WEIGHT>NORMAL mode
This is used for entering batches based on weight or by percentage if
adding up to 100, 1000 or 10000.
2.
WEIGHT>ADJUST mode
This is based on weight or by percentage, same as #1 above. The
difference is that after the first ingredient is loaded, the rest of the
ingredients will be adjusted accordingly depending on how far off the
first ingredient was from the target. This maintains a proper ration
balance.
3.
HEAD.CT mode
This mode is based on entering recipes with weight amounts to feed 100
head.
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Example 1:
Entering a recipe by net weight (WEIGHT>NORMAL mode or
WEIGHT>ADJUST mode)
Use this method when you have a recipe set up by weight for each
ingredient such as:
4000 lb batch size
Ingredient 1 =
1000 lb corn
Ingredient 2 =
1230 lb hay
Ingredient 3 =
1450 lb silage
Ingredient 4 =
320 lb alfafa
total =
4000 lb
When this recipe is selected in the future, you can enter the batch
size you want and all ingredient amounts will be proportioned
automatically.
Example 2:
Entering a recipe by ingredient percentages (WEIGHT>NORMAL
mode or WEIGHT>ADJUST mode)
Use this method when you have a recipe set up by ingredient
percentages of a batch that adds up to 100, 1000, or 10000.
Enter the recipe by entering the percent of each individual
ingredient of the total batch so the total equals 100. Same
example as above would now be:
1.
2.
3.
4.
t
2500
3075
3625
800
10000
(represents 25.00% of corn)
(represents 30.75 % of hay)
(represents 36.25% of molass)
(represents 8.00% of silage)
(total % of all programmed ingredients)
(Depending on how many digits are entered ex; 25.03 % can be
entered as 25, 250,or 2503 depending on accuracy. You must
make total add up to 100, 1000, or 10000.)
Example 3:
Entering a recipe based on head count of animals (HEAD.CT
MODE). See note below.
Head count is limited to 999 head.
Use this when you want to mix a batch according to how many
animals can be fed. When you enter the recipe, the total weight
must add up to amount needed to feed 100 animals. When you
start a batch, type in the number of animals and the total batch
amount of the recipe will be automatically calculated.
To setup for standard weight mode (ENTRY>WEIGHT>NORMAL):
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
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Press MENU repeatedly until ENTRY is displayed.
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3.
ENTRY
Press SELECT…
WEIGHT or HEAD.Ct is displayed.
4.
Press MENU repeatedly until…
WEIGHT is displayed
5.
Press SELECT…
NORMAL or ADJUST is displayed.
6.
Press MENU until NORMAL is displayed
7.
Press SELECT…
WEIGHT is shown.
8.
Press GROSS key…
ENTRY is shown.
9.
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press MENU
key to move to next menu item.
To setup for standard weight mode with auto-adjust (ENTRY>WEIGHT> ADJUST):
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press MENU repeatedly until ENTRY is displayed.
3.
Press SELECT…
WEIGHT or HEAD.Ct is displayed.
4.
Press MENU repeatedly until WEIGHT is displayed.
5.
Press SELECT…
NORMAL or ADJUST is displayed.
6.
Press MENU until ADJUST is displayed.
7.
Press SELECT and WEIGHT is displayed.
8.
Press GROSS key…
ENTRY is shown.
9.
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
To setup for head count (ENTRY>HEAD.CT):
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press MENU repeatedly until ENTRY is displayed.
3.
Press SELECT…
WEIGHT or HEAD.Ct is displayed.
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4.
Press MENU repeatedly until HEAD.CT is displayed.
5.
Press SELECT…
ENTRY is displayed.
6.
7.7
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
TIME
The Model 1040 has battery backed time and date features. Printouts can be
configured for 24 hour or 12 hour styles but time must always be entered as 24 hr style.
Follow these steps:
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU key repeatedly until TIME is displayed.
3.
Press SELECT…
Current time is shown.
4.
To change time enter HHMSS and press SELECT…
TIME is displayed
To leave time as it is, press SELECT…
TIME is displayed
5.
7.8
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to mov1e to the next menu item.
DATE
The indicator has battery backed time and date standard. The date can be viewed or
entered by following these steps:
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU key repeatedly until DATE is displayed.
3.
Press SELECT…
If pounds is the current unit of measure, MMddYY is displayed
momentarily, then the current date is displayed in MMddYY format.
or
If kg is the current unit of measure, ddMMYY is displayed momentarily,
the the current date in ddMMYY format
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4.
VOLUME
To change the date, enter MMddYY if in lbs or enter ddMMYY if in kgs and
press SELECT…
DATE is displayed
To leave time as it is, press SELECT…
DATE is displayed
5.
7.9
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
VOLUME
(Default = high)
The Model 1040 has audible feedback on key presses that can be configured for OFF,
low, medium, and high volume.
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU key repeatedly until VOLUME is displayed.
3.
Press the SELECT key…
Current setting is shown
4.
Press MENU repeatedly to scroll through choices. When you choice is
displayed, press SELECT…
VOLUME is displayed
5.
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Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
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7.10 SLEEP
(Default = 0, for off))
When the unit goes to sleep, the unit will first activate the audible alarm, and user has
10 seconds to press a key to reset the SLEEP timer. If a key hasn’t been pressed
within these 10 seconds the display shows SHTDWN, and the unit shuts off.
The Model 1040 has a sleep mode that will shut the unit off if no keys are pressed or
the weight doesn’t change by more than 1% over the number of minutes that you enter
for the sleep setting.
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU repeatedly until SLEEP is displayed.
3.
Press the SELECT key…
Current setting is displayed
4.
Use the keypad and enter in the sleep shutoff setting from 0-999 minutes…
Entered value is displayed.
5.
Press the SELECT key…
SLEEP is displayed. If an invalid entry is attempted, CAN’T will be
displayed, and the user will need to enter a valid entry from 0-999.
6.
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
7.11 NATION
The Model 1040 allows you to select a language for the display messages that are
spelled on the display, and for all the printouts that are available. Choose from English,
Spanish, German, French, Danish, and Dutch.
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed
2.
Press the MENU key several times until….
NATION is displayed
3.
Press the SELECT key…
Current setting is displayed.
4.
Use the MENU keys and scroll to the proper language selection…
Proper selection is shown.
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5.
CLR.DAT
Press the SELECT key…
NATION is displayed.
6.
Press the GROSS key…
Returns to the gross mode.
7.12 CLR.DAT
Used to clear all recipes programmed, all pens programmed, and all ingredient names.
1.
From the Gross mode, press and hold the MENU key for two beeps (2 sec),
then release…
LIST is displayed.
2.
Press the MENU repeatedly until CLR.DAT is displayed.
3.
Press the SELECT key…
ALL is displayed.
4.
Use the MENU key to scroll through the choices of data you want to
permanently clear from memory. Choices are:
ALL
RECS
PENS
INGS
5.
All data is cleared.
All recipes are cleared.
All pen data is cleared.
All ingredients are cleared.
Press the SELECT key when your choice is displayed…
NO is displayed.
6.
Press MENU and YES is shown. Press SELECT key…
WAIT is displayed while clearing, then display shows ALL, RECS, PENS
or INGS.
7.
Press the GROSS key to return to CLR.DAT.
8.
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode or press the
MENU key to move to the next menu item.
This completes the User menu description.
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8
Recipes and Pens
The 1040 can be programmed with 100 batching recipes. It can also track the
unloading of a batched load into 100 pens. Recipes and pens can be custom named
for ease of record keeping. This section covers the things you need to know about
recipes and using the pen features.
8.1
Recipe Features
Each recipe can draw from a list of 100 ingredients. All ingredients and recipes can be
labeled with up to six (6) alphanumeric character.
Recipes have the following features:
8.2
1.
All recipes are based on weight (net or percentage) or head counts. See the
next section for details.
2.
All recipes use the programmable pre-alarm warning light. This is configured in
the configuration menu. 50 lb/kg is the default value.
3.
All recipes can use auto-hold capabilities if enabled in the configuration menu.
4.
One recipe can use a maximum of 32 ingredients.
5.
Ingredients can be programmed to be hand-adds. This means they are small
preweighed items that once loaded into the mixer are recorded as the
programmed amounts in the recipe.
6.
Recipes can use the auto-mix timer count down feature after the last
ingredient has been loaded. This must be enabled in the configuration menu.
Choose a Recipe Entry Mode
You need to choose the recipe entry mode in the User Menu. Choose Weight (normal
or auto-adjust) or Head Count. See the User Menu section for information on these
choices.
When a recipe is programmed, the indicator remembers which recipe entry mode
the indicator was in at the time of recipe creation. This means you can have some
recipes based on head counts and some based on weight, if desired.
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8.3
8.3
Recipe Menu
Recipe Menu
GROSS
Press and hold
RECIPE key
for 2 beeps
REC.001
(OR)
Key in recipe # then press
and hold RECIPE key
for 2 beeps
REC.002
REC.003
REC.004
Press an
alphanumeric key
Press an
alphanumeric key
Press an
alphanumeric key
Press an
alphanumeric key
Edit name
Edit name
Edit name
Edit name
TOTAL.AMT
ENTER
ING.#
Ing. name
shown
ING.XXX
ING.YYY
ING.ZZZ
MENU key to scroll
SELECT key to move
GROSS key to move
Enter Ing.
target
amount
Figure 8.1 Recipe Menu
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8.4
Creating A Recipe
Figure 8.1 shows the Recipe menu. You can refer to this menu as you go through the
process of creating recipes. The Model 1040 allows you to enter 100 recipes. You
choose the ingredients for a recipe from the list of ingredients entered under LIST in
the User menu. Once programmed, any recipe can be quickly recalled for batching
operations. Make sure you have the recipe entry mode set as you wish before
beginning. See Choose a Recipe Entry Mode on page 32.
100 ingredients standard. ING.001 to ING.100.
Following are the steps to creating a recipe:
1.
From the Gross mode there are two ways to get to a recipe. Either key in the
number of the recipe you want to program and press and hold the RECIPE key
for two beeps (two seconds)…
REC.XXX is displayed. XXX being the recipe number you keyed in.
OR
Press and hold the RECIPE key for two beeps (two seconds)…
REC.001 is displayed. This is the first of 100 recipes ready to be
programmed in a new indicator.
2.
You can change the name of the recipe by using the keypad (See Entering
Alphanumeric Characters on page 11.) Once completed go to step 3.
OR
you can press SELECT to accept the default recipe name and go to step 3…
3.
If you are entering a new recipe T 0 will be displayed. This is where the total
weight of ingredients is shown for a recipe.
4.
Press the SELECT key…
ING is displayed.
5.
Use the keypad to enter an ingredient number (X) from the LIST (1-100)…
X is displayed.
6.
Now press SELECT…
The ingredient name is shown momentarily. (ex: CORN-1) and then
AMOUNT is shown.
7.
Enter in amount of that ingredient…
Amount entered is shown
8.
Now press SELECT…
ING is displayed
9.
Repeat steps 5-7 until all ingredients are entered, then press SELECT…
TXXXXX is displayed. XXXXX is the total amount of ingredients.
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10.
Editing Operations
Press SELECT…
REC.001 (or your custom name) is displayed
11.
Press MENU to move to the next recipe.
REC.002 is displayed (or your custom name)
12.
8.5
Repeat above steps until all recipes are programmed.. Press GROSS to exit
from recipe programming mode.
Editing Operations
Following are instructions for several editing operations you may need to do while
maintaining your recipes and ingredient lists.
8.5.1 Deleting A Recipe
1.
From Gross mode, enter the recipe #, then press and hold the RECIPE key for 2
beeps (2 sec), then release.
2.
Press and hold ZERO/CLEAR key for 2 beeps (2 sec)…
REC.CLR is shown and then the recipe name is shown.
3.
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode.
8.5.2 Changing Ingredient Quantities
1.
Access the recipe you want to edit, see Figure 8.1, and use the SELECT and
MENU key to view the ingredient you want changed. Press SELECT…
Ingredient amount is displayed.
2.
Use the keypad to enter in a new amount then press SELECT…
Ingredient is displayed
3.
Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross weighing mode.
8.5.3 Deleting Ingredients
Access the recipe you want to edit, see Figure 8.1, and use the MENU and SELECT
keys to display the ingredient name you want deleted. Press and hold ZERO/CLEAR
for two beeps ( 2 sec) and release the key.
Ingredient is deleted and next ingredient is shown.
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8.5.4 Inserting Ingredients
Doing an insert will insert the new ingredient in front of the displayed ingredient.
1.
Access the recipe you want to edit, see Figure 8.1, and use the MENU and
SELECT keys to display the ingredient name where you want to insert the new
ingredient.
2.
Press and hold SELECT until ING is displayed.
3.
Use the keypad to enter in the ingredient number (X) of a valid ingredient from
the LIST (1-100)…
X is displayed.
4.
Press SELECT…
Ingredient name is shown momentarily (ex: CORN-1) and then
AMOUNT is shown.
5.
Enter in amount of that ingredient…
Amount entered is shown.
6.
Press SELECT…
Next ingredient in the recipe is shown.
7.
8.6
Press GROSS to return to the gross weighing mode.
Pens
Pens are used to track the unloading of finished batched recipes. You can store
unloading data for up to 100 pens. This data is saved and can be printed. Data saved
and printed includes the date, time, pen number, pen description, weight unloaded and
total unloaded.
8.6.1 Editing Pen Descriptions
If you enter a number higher than 100, CAN’t will be displayed and the display will
return to the previous display.
The default names for pens are PEN.001, PEN.002, etc. Follow these steps if you want
to customize the name to a six (6) character description.
1.
From the Gross mode, enter pen number (example:56), than press and hold on
PEN key for two beeps (2 sec) then release…
PEN.056 is displayed.
2.
Use the keypad to enter in the description (example: PIG-01). Press the
6(PQR) key twice to display..
__ __ __ __ __ P. See Entering Alphanumeric Characters on page 11.
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3.
Using ID
Press the 3(GHI) key three times to display.. .
__ __ __ __ P I is shown.
4.
Wait three seconds so the display has time to move the PI to the left and the
flashing cursor will appear to the right. You need to do this on this keying
sequence because I and G are on the same key. See section Entering
Alphanumeric Characters on page 11. Continue keying in characters until PIG01 is displayed.
5.
Press SELECT…
PIG-01 is displayed, then press MENU and PEN.057, the next pen, is
displayed.
6.
Repeat steps 2-5 until all pen names have been been properly edited and
press MENU to scroll through and view all pen descriptions.
To edit the Pen description, display the desired pen and use the keypad to
change the description. If you want to change back to the default description
simply access the desired pen name and press and hold the ZERO/CLEAR
key for 2 beeps (2 sec) PEN.CLR is displayed and then the next Pen
description is shown.
7.
8.7
Press GROSS to return to Gross weighing mode.
Using ID
The Model 1040 has a generic six digit ID that can be used as an operator ID number.
This needs to be entered before doing any batching operations so the user is identified.
This ID will be printed on the reports or transferred to the TDM-40.
8.7.1 Entering an ID
To enter an ID number follow these steps:
1.
From the Gross mode, enter the ID #, then press the ID key…
ID number is displayed for two seconds, then the display returns to the
Gross mode.
This ID is active on all printouts until it is changed or cleared from the indicator
8.7.2 Viewing Current ID
1.
From the Gross mode press the ID key…
Current ID is displayed
2.
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Press the GROSS key to return to the Gross mode.
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Recipes and Pens
8.7.3 Clearing Current ID
1.
Press the ID key…
Current ID is displayed. If no ID exists, display shows NO ID, for two
seconds and returns to Gross mode)
2.
Press the ZERO/CLEAR key while the ID Is displayed…
NO ID is displayed, and returns to the Gross mode.
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9.1
9
Manual Hold Mode
Other Operations
This section covers the variety of other operations available with the Model 1040.
9.1
Manual Hold Mode
When using the hold mode, you must be sure to deactivate hold mode when loading
or unloading the mixer.
Auto holding within the recipe mode was discussed in an Loading/Unloading
Ingredients Into A Mixer. There is also a manual hold using the HOLD key to prevent a
zero shift from occurring while moving a portable TMR mixer system over rough farm
terrain.
Follow these steps:
1.
In the Gross mode ,before moving the mixer system press HOLD…
HOLD will be displayed
2.
Now move the system and when reaching the new loading or unloading point,
press either the HOLD or GROSS key…
Gross weight will be displayed.
9.2
Batching Recipe (Ingredient Loading Method)
Make sure indicator is set properly to either weight-normal, weigh-adjust, or
head count before beginning. Also make sure editing of recipe names has
already been done before starting.
Recipe ingredient loading will provide the following:
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
1.
Consistency in the batching operation
100 recipe and 100 ingredient capabilities (32 ingredients max/recipe)
Simplifies the entire batching process
Track feeder accuracy (ID feature)
Gives you a low cost record keeping option
Automatically calculates new ingredient amounts when changing batch size.
Automatically records feed, recipe, and pen usages, with dates and times.
Can automatically put the feeder into a mix cycle, (either time or number of
rotations)
While in the Gross weighing mode, enter the number of the desired recipe, and
press RECIPE…
Recipe name is displayed.
Either go to step 2 , or use the menu key to scroll to other recipes.
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2.
Press the LOAD/UNLOAD key…
The following is displayed
a.
WT.AMT
b.
ADJ.AMT
c.
HD.AMT
or
NOPRGM (This is displayed if that recipe is not programmed)
If you need to enter or change the total amount to be batched or the
number of head, enter the new amount and press SELECT. Otherwise
proceed to next step.
If you attempt to enter a weight amount above the capacity parameter or
a head count amount larger than 999, the display will show CAN’T. Edit
amount, and then press the SELECT key.
3.
Press the LOAD/UNLOAD to initiate the loading of the first ingredient…
First ingredient description is shown alternating on display with target
amount. Example: Corn-1>3000>Corn-1>2800, etc.
At this point the time will be recorded as the time when the ingredient
was started to be saved and printed, or transferred to TDM-40, printer or
computer.
4.
Begin loading the amount displayed…
As loading occurs the target weight goes down. Once the target has
dropped by more than 25% only the target value will remain displayed.
The display will no longer flash back and forth. (This is a programmable
parameter under 1040 MENU - NAME)
5.
Stop loading the ingredient when you notice that the target weight has been
met…
Display shows 0.
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9.2
6.
Batching Recipe (Ingredient Loading Method)
Depending on the system configuration…
A. Auto advance- User can enter tolerance and ad-delay parameters
under the user menu.
If target stays within the tolerance (ING.TOL)setting, and within
advance-delay (dELAY) parameter, the system will automatically
advance to the next ingredient. If target goes over or under user must
use the MENU key to advance forward on the indicator. (AUTO-HOLD
DOESN”T FUNCTION IN THIS MODE).
Once advancing to the next ingredient it will record the previous
Ingredients actual amount loaded into the ingredient accumulators.
B. Manual Advance Method- When amount loaded is close as possible,
either press the MENU key on the model 1040, (or the XM64 transmitter
/receiver if installed), from the front end loader to advance to the next
ingredient.If AUTO-HOLD is turned on user will press the key once to
get into the hold mode. Now the system can be moved and not affect the
target value because of zero shift from moving the mixer. Display will
show HOLD. Pressing the key again once the system has been moved,
will now move to the next ingredient. If this is the last ingredient, the unit
will return to Gross weighing mode.
Please remember a hand-add ingredient is a small ingredient that when
added will be recorded always as target amount instead of actual
amounts.
7.
Repeat steps 4-6 until all ingredients are properly loaded.
8.
If configured for AUTO-mix, after the last ingredient Is loaded, pressing the
MENU key or the XM64 will access the mix timer countdown…
either ST: XX:XX
for self adjusting time
Or
for standard timer
TC: XX:XX
After mixer counts down, alarm light comes on, and unit will return to the
gross mode after pressing the MENU, or GROSS key.
9.
Now proceed to unload to the appropriate pen. (See Pen Unloading on page
43)
10.
Also if unit is setup for AUTO-PRINT, the following printout will be printed if a
printer is installed:
12/20/11
Batch1
IdNumber:
123456
Recipe1:
FR-COW
LoadAmount: 10000lb
Time
Description Target
12:01PM CORN
4000lb
12:10PM HAY-1
3000lb
12:20PM COTTON
3000lb
TOTAL
10000lb
Time
PenName
12:40PM PEN-1
12:50PM PEN-2
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Actual
3900lb
3030lb
2980lb
9910lb
Target Actual
5000lb 5050lb
5000lb 4900lb
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9.3
Mix Timer Operation
The Model 1040 has a mix timer feature that can be configured for one of two methods;
Time mix or Self Adjust Time.
9.3.1 Time Mix
After a batch is loaded, you can activate a timer, or the Model 1040 can be configured
to activate the timer automatically.
Configure this under user’s menu-TIMER/TIME. MAX time = 5959, or 59 minutes and
59 seconds. Invalid data entry will be displayed as CAN’T. You need to clear the data
and re-enter it as a valid time.
1.
From the gross mode, enter in timer in minutes/seconds…
MMSS is displayed
2.
Press the TIMER key…
TC MM:SS is displayed for three seconds, and then starts counting
down. When the end of the timer cycle is reached the red alarm light is
lit.
3.
Press the GROSS key to disable and return to the Gross mode.
To view the current timer setting:
1.
From Gross mode, press TIMER…
TC MM:SS is displayed (MM:SS is the last entered value) for three
seconds, then timer starts to count down.
2.
Press GROSS to return to the gross mode.
Self Adjust Time
This option requires that a magnetic proximity sensor be installed onto the mixer to
provide speed inputs to the Model 1040 every time a full rotation is detected. Overall
operation is the same as standard time, but will adjust depending on speed.
The target speed must have been calibrated prior to correct operation.
1.
Press the TIMER key…
SPD.CAL is shown while the speed of the mixer is calculated. Then, the
new adjusted time is shown; ST:MM:SS and the timer will count down.
The operation from this point is the same as standard Time Mix.
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9.4
9.4
Pen Unloading
Pen Unloading
The Model 1040 can keep track of amounts unloaded to 100 different pens. Make sure
all pens have been tagged with customized pen names as described in Editing Pen
Descriptions, otherwise pen names will have default names, PEN.001, PEN.002, etc.
1.
Now with mixer full of a batched amount, and properly mixed, select an unload
pen number…
Pen number is shown
2.
Press the PEN key…
Pen description is shown.
3.
Press the LOAD/UNLOAD key…
Current unload amount is displayed.
If you need to enter or change the total amount to be unloaded to the
pen, enter the new amount and press SELECT. Otherwise proceed to
next step.
If attempting to enter a weight amount above the overcapacity
parameter the display will show CAN’T. Edit amount properly and then
press the SELECT key
4.
Press the LOAD/UNLOAD to initiate the unloading to the pen…
The pen description is shown alternating on the display with entered
target amount. PEN-01>10000>PEN-01>9000, etc.
At this point the time needs to be saved in memory, for printing or
transfer to the TDM-40 or computer.
5.
Begin unloading the amount displayed. As unloading takes place target also
goes down. Once the target has dropped by more than 25% only the target
value will remain displayed.
6.
Stop unloading when the user notices on the display that the proper unload
target has been met…
Display shows 0.
Press GROSS key to abort the loading process.
7.
Press MENU to accept amount unloaded and return to the Gross mode. If a
person wants to unload to another pen, then repeat steps 1-7.
At this point the actual amount unloaded to a pen is recorded.
8.
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If system has been set for autoprint, the following typical prints outs will have
been printed as they went through the process.
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Example:
Loading/Unloading Printout:
12/20/11
Batch1
IdNumber:
123456
Recipe1:
FR-COW
LoadAmount: 10000lb
Time
Description Target
12:01PM CORN
4000lb
12:10PM HAY-1
3000lb
12:20PM COTTON
3000lb
TOTAL
10000lb
Time
PenName
12:40PM PEN-1
12:50PM PEN-2
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Actual
3900lb
3030lb
2980lb
9910lb
Target Actual
5000lb 5050lb
5000lb 4900lb
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9.5
9.5
Viewing the Accumulators
Viewing the Accumulators
The Model 1040 automatically records ingredient, recipe and pen usage when using
recipes and pen unload features. The following describes how to view the
accumulators on the indicator. Refer to Figure 9.1.
GROSS
Press USAGE key
INGRED
RECIPE
PEN
GROSS
TOTAL
PEN.001
PEN.002
PEN.100
Total Acc.
Pen
amount
PEN.001
accumulator
amount
PEN.002
accumulator
amount
PEN.100
accumulator
amount
TOTAL
REC.001
REC.002
REC.100
Total Acc.
Recipe
amount
REC.001
accumulator
amount
REC.002
accumulator
amount
REC.100
accumulator
amount
TOTAL
ING.001
ING..002
ING.100
Total Acc.
Ingredient
amount
Ing.001
accumulator
amount
Ing.002
accumulator
amount
Ing.100
accumulator
amount
MENU key to scroll
SELECT key to move
GROSS key to move
Figure 9.1 Usage Accumulator
9.5.1 Viewing the Ingredient Usage Accumulators
To quickly go to specific ingredient accumulator, from TOTAL, enter ingredient
number and press SELECT. The ingredient description is displayed.
1.
From the Gross mode, press the USAGE key…
INGRED is displayed. Refer to Figure 9.1.
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2.
Press the SELECT key…
TOTAL is displayed.
3.
Press the SELECT key…
The total of all the ingredients is displayed.
4a.
Press the SELECT key …
TOTAL is displayed
OR
4b.
Press the MENU key…
ING.XXX is displayed
5.
Press the MENU key several times until the ingredient to view is displayed…
ING.XXX is displayed.
6.
Press the SELECT key …
ING XXX accumulator is displayed.
7a.
Press the SELECT key …
ING.XXX is displayed
OR
7b.
Press MENU key…
ING.YYY is displayed
8.
Repeat steps 6-7b until done viewing accumulators.
9.
Press GROSS…
INGRED is displayed.
10.
Press GROSS to return to the gross weighing mode.
9.5.2 Viewing the Recipe Usage Accumulators
1.
From the Gross mode, press the USAGE key…
INGRED is displayed. Refer to Figure 9.1.
2.
Press the MENU key…
RECIPE is displayed.
3.
Press the SELECT key…
TOTAL is displayed.
4.
Press the SELECT key…
The total of all the recipes is displayed.
5a.
Press the SELECT key …
TOTAL is displayed
OR
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9.5
5b.
Viewing the Accumulators
Press the MENU key…
REC.XXX is displayed.
6.
Press the MENU key several times until the recipe to view is displayed…
REC.XXX is displayed.
7.
Press the SELECT key …
REC XXX accumulator is displayed.
8a.
Press the SELECT key …
REC.XXX is displayed
OR
8b.
Press MENU key…
REC.YYY is displayed
9.
Repeat steps 7-8b until done viewing accumulators.
10.
Press GROSS…
RECIPE is displayed.
11.
Press GROSS to return to the gross weighing mode.
9.5.3 Viewing the Pen Accumulators
To quickly go to specific pen accumulator, from TOTAL, enter the pen number and
press SELECT. The pen description is displayed.
1.
From the Gross mode, press the USAGE key…
INGRED is displayed. Refer to Figure 9.1.
2.
Press the MENU key twice…
PENS is displayed.
3.
Press the SELECT key…
TOTAL is displayed.
4.
Press the SELECT key…
The total of all the pens is displayed.
5a.
Press the SELECT key …
TOTAL is displayed
OR
5b.
Press the MENU key…
PEN.XXX is displayed
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6.
Press the MENU key several times until the pen to view is displayed…
PEN.XXX is displayed.
7.
Press the SELECT key …
PEN.XXX accumulator is displayed.
8a.
Press the SELECT key …
PEN.XXX is displayed
OR
8b.
Press MENU key…
PEN.YYY is displayed
9.
Repeat steps 7-8b until done viewing accumulators.
10.
Press GROSS…
PENS is displayed.
11.
9.6
Press GROSS to return to the gross weighing mode.
The XM64 Transmitter/Receiver
The XM64 transmitter serves a variety of functions depending on the mode the
indicator is setup for. The STD configuration parameter sets the transmitter so it acts
as follows:
1.
If you are doing mixer loading (Load/Unload mode):
If you press and release the clicker, the indicator tares to 0.
If you hold the clicker down for more than a second, gross weight is displayed as
long as the clicker button is depressed.
If you hold the clicker button for more than three seconds, the unit remains in the
GROSS mode.
2.
If the indicator is in recipe or pen mode:
Press the clicker to advance to the next ingredient. If the last ingredient or pen is
being displayed, it advances to the Gross mode.
If unit is set for AUTO-HOLD the XM64 needs to be pressed twice. If not, the
XM64 only needs to be pressed once.
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9.7
9.7
Printing
Printing
Press the PRINT key from Gross Load/Unload mode to print the displayed weight.
10000 lb
There are nine Quick Prints. These are nine preset print formats. Each is explained
below.
To perform a Quick Print key in the desired number (1-9), then press SELECT, then
PRINT.
Printouts fit on a 40 character WP-233 printer.
Using the Quick Prints, you can transfer appropriate data to WP-233 printer, TDM-40
(Transfer Data Module) or a computer.
9.7.1 QUICK PRINT 1 (Prints active ingredient listing)
Any ingredient tagged with an (*) means it is a pre-weighed hand-add ingredient.
When used in a recipe, it will be saved in the accumulators as the target value not the
actual.
12-18-11
Ingred.#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10:03 AM
Description
CORN
HAY-1
COTTON
BARLEY
MOLASS
SILAGE
CORN-2
S-BEET
FHAY
HAY-2
9.7.2 QUICK PRINT 2 (Prints active unload pen listing, ones that have a
target value.)
12-20-11
Pen#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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11:50 AM
Description
PEN-1
PEN-2
PEN-3
PEN-4
SMITH
CUST-1
CUST-2
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9.7.3 QUICK PRINT 3: (Prints all Recipes)
If recipe was created with Head Count as the entry method, Load Amount will be
replaced by Head Count in the sample at right.
12-20-11
3:00 PM
Recipe
1:FR-COW
Load Amount:
10000 lb
Ingred.
Description Target
1
CORN
4000 lb
2
HAY-1
3000 lb
3
COTTON
3000lb
Total
10000lb
9.7.4 QUICK PRINT 4: (Prints last 100 batches)
If recipe was created with Head Count as the entry method, Load Amount will be
replaced by Head Count in the sample at right.
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12/20/11
Batch1
IdNumber:
123456
Recipe1:
FR-COW
LoadAmount: 10000lb
Time Description Target
12:01PM CORN
4000lb
12:10PM HAY-1
3000lb
12:20PM COTTON
3000lb
TOTAL
10000lb
Actual
3900lb
3030lb
2980lb
9910lb
Time
PenName
12:40PM PEN-1
12:50PM PEN-2
Actual
5050lb
4900lb
Target
5000lb
5000lb
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9.7
Printing
9.7.5 QUICK PRINT 5: (Prints a listing of all active ingredient
accumulators with usage)
12/20/11
Ingred.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
6:00AM
Description Usage
CORN
17000lb
HAY-1
6000lb
COTTON
5000lb
BARLEY
4000lb
MOLASS
4000lb
SILAGE
1000lb
CORN-2
20000lb
S-BEET
30000lb
FHAY
40000lb
HAY-2
50000lb
Total
177000lb
9.7.6 QUICK PRINT 6: (Prints a listing of Recipe Accumulators with usage)
12/20/11
Recipe
1
2
6:20AM
Description
FR-COW
H-COW
Total
Usage
20000lb
22000lb
42000lb
9.7.7 QUICK PRINT 7: (Prints a listing of Pen Unloading Accumulators
with usage)
12/20/11 11:20AM
Pen#
Description Usage
PEN1
20000lb
1
PEN2
22000lb
2
Total
42000lb
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9.7.8 QUICK PRINT 8: (Prints the Recipe/Ingredient Accumulators)
12/20/11
Recipe1:
Ingred.
08:07AM
REC.001
Description
Usage
30
40
50
60
ING.030
ING.040
ING.050
ING.060
Total
10000lb
10000lb
10000lb
10000lb
40000lb
Recip2: REC.002
Ingred
Description
15
20
40
50
52
ING.030
ING.020
ING.040
ING.050
Total
Usage
10000lb
25000lb
30000lb
15000lb
80000lb
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9.7
Printing
9.7.9 QUICK PRINT 9: (Parameter Printout)
Ready...
System Configuration
03-18-0301:04 PM
,
User s
Menu
Batch Cntr:
Tolerance:
Delay:
Timer:
Time:
Entry:
Mode:
Time:
Date:
Volume:
Sleep:
Nation:
1040
0
0
0
TIME
05:00
WEIGHT
NORMAL
01:04PM
03-19-03
HIGH
0
ENGLSH
Menu
Firmware Rev:
Basic App Rev:
Config Number:
Custom:
O-cap:
Clock:
Alarm:
Name Flash:
Input:
Input2:
Update:
Average:
FILTER
Const:
Window
AZT:
Stable:
RS232.1
Baud:
Parity:
Data:
Handshake:
Layout:
Auto:
RS323.2
Baud:
Parity:
Data:
Handshake:
Layout:
Auto:
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Settings
55422-0012A
155799 0A
10000
0
2000
12HrFormat
50
ON
STD Mode
STD Mode
2
30
4
0
0
0
9600
NONE
8bits
NONE
STD
OFF
9600
NONE
8bits
NONE
OFF
OFF
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Indicator Diagnostics
10 Indicator Diagnostics
The test mode is used to test various functions of the 1040 Indicator. The test menu is
shown in Figure 10. Instructions for using the test menu are found below.
GROSS
Press and hold
MENU for 3 beeps
SET.PAS
Key in 111 and
press SELECT
VOLTS
LCD
KEYPAD
A/D
SERIAL
INPUTS
View input
voltage
Display
segment
test
Press
any key
View int.
raw
counts
Loop/NoLoop
IN.1
IN.2
IN.3
IN.4
INPUT.1
INPUT.2
SPEED
Open
or
Closed
Open
or
Closed
Open
or
Closed
Open
or
Closed
Open
or
Closed
Open
or
Closed
Open
or
Closed
RELAY
SOFT
ON/OFF
Part No.XXXXX-
Dash No.-XXXX
RevREV-
Figure 10.1 Test Menu (password 111)
You can test the following functions of the indicator with this menu:
VOLTS
Monitor the input voltage of the indicator
LCD
Perform a test of the LCD display
KEYPAD
Peform a key test
A/D
Test the Analog to Digital function
SERIAL
Check serial ports 1 and 2
INPUTS
Check the 7 TTL inputs (INPUT.1 is XM64, SPEED is for Self Adjusting
Time mode.
RELAY
Check the alarm relay
SOFT
Verify the software verision of the indicator
Use the MENU and SELECT keys to navigate the menu shown in Figure 10.1 Step by
step instructions appear below.
10.1 Access the Test Menu
1.
Press and hold the MENU key for 3 beeps (about 3 seconds). Release the
key…
SET.PAS is displayed.
2.
Key in the password, 111, and press the SELECT key…
VOLTS is displayed.
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10.1
Access the Test Menu
10.1.1 Volts test
3.
This allows you to check the 12 VDC input voltage the Model 1040 is
receiving. With VOLTS displayed, press the SELECT key…
Current voltage is displayed.
4a.
Press the GROSS key twice to return to gross weighing mode
OR
4b.
Press SELECT to return to the VOLTS display.
10.1.2 LCD test
5.
From VOLTS display, press the MENU key…
LCD is displayed. Use this to perform a self-test of the LCD display,
complete display test or segment test.
6.
Press the SELECT key…
TEST is displayed.
7.
Press the SELECT key…
Display performs a display test for 15 seconds then TEST is displayed.
8.
Press the MENU key…
SEGMNT is displayed.
9.
Press the SELECT key…
Display performs a segment test for 70 seconds then SEGMNT is
displayed.
10.
Press the GROSS key to return to the LCD display.
11a. Press the GROSS key again to return to gross weighing mode
OR
11b. Press MENU to advance to next menu item…
KEYPAD is displayed.
10.1.3 Keypad test
12.
This allows you to test all the active keys. With KEYPAD displayed, press the
SELECT key…
HIT.KEY is displayed momentarily then NO KEY is displayed. This
remains on the screen until you press a key.
13.
Press any key to see an echo of its name on the display. CAUTION: If you
press the MENU key you will exit the test.
14.
Press the MENU key to stop the test…
KEYPAD is displayed.
15a. Press the GROSS key to return to gross weighing mode
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OR
15b. Press MENU to advance to next menu item…
A/D is displayed.
10.1.4 A/D test
16.
Use this to see the actual A/D raw counts value on the display. From A/D
display, press the SELECT key…
CNTS is shown momentarily then the actual A/D raw counts.
17.
Press the SELECT key…
MV/V is shown momentarily then the actual mV/V reading is shown.
18.
Press the SELECT key…
A/D is shown.
19a. Press the GROSS key to return to gross weighing mode
OR
19b. Press MENU to advance to next menu item…
SERIAL is displayed.
10.1.5 Serial test
20.
Use this to test the serial ports. From SERIAL display, press the SELECT
key…
PORT 1 is displayed.
21.
Press the SELECT key…
NOLOOP is displayed.
22.
Short the XMT to RCV lines…
LOOP should be displayed.
23.
Press SELECT…
PORT 1 is displayed.
24.
Press the MENU key…
PORT 2 is displayed.
25.
Repeat steps 21-23…
PORT 2 is displayed.
25a. Press the GROSS key to return to gross weighing mode
OR
25b. Press MENU to advance to next menu item…
INPUTS is displayed.
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10.1
Access the Test Menu
10.1.6 Inputs test
26.
Use this to test the inputs in the 1040. From the INPUTS display, press the
SELECT key…
IN.1 is displayed.
27.
Press the SELECT key…
OPEN or CLOSED is displayed.
28.
Press the SELECT key…
IN.1 is displayed.
29.
Press the MENU key…
IN.2 is displayed.
30.
Press the SELECT key…
OPEN or CLOSED is displayed.
31.
Press the SELECT key…
IN.2 is displayed.
32.
Repeat steps 29-31 until all inputs are checked.
33a. Press the GROSS key to return to INPUTS and then press MENU to advance
to next menu item…
RELAY is displayed
OR
33b. Press the GROSS key to return to gross weighing mode.
10.1.7 Relay test
34.
Use this to test the alarm light relay. From RELAY display, press the SELECT
key…
ON/OFF is displayed. While this is displayed the alarm light should flash
two times per second.
35.
Press the SELECT key…
RELAY is displayed.
36a. Press the GROSS key to return to gross weighing mode
OR
36b. Press MENU to advance to next menu item…
SOFT is displayed.
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Indicator Diagnostics
10.1.8 Soft test
37.
Use this to view software version information for the 1040. From the SOFT is
display, press the SELECT key…
PART is displayed.
38.
Repeatedly press the MENU key to view all the information available. When
you have gone through all the displayed information, SOFT is displayed.
39a. Press the GROSS key to return to gross weighing mode
OR
40a. Press MENU to advance to return to the first menu item…
VOLTS is displayed.
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11.1
Remote Displays
11 RD64/XL/M Remote Displays and XM64
Remote Transmitter
11.1 Remote Displays
The RD64/XL/M are remote displays that are compatible with the Model 1040. See
Figure 12. (An RD64 output option is required on the Model 1040 for interfacing.) The
interface cable plugs directly into the bottom of the Model 1040. Any data displayed on
the Model 1040 is also displayed on the RD64.
RD64XL remote display
(XM64 optional)
RD64 remote display
(XM64 optional)
RD64M remote display
(Mirror mount)
Figure 11.1 Remote Dispays
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RD64/XL/M Remote Displays and XM64 Remote Transmitter
11.2 XM64 Remote Transmitter/Receiver
An optional radio remote transmitter and receiver (XM64) can be installed in either the
RCV-64 or the RD64XL.
RCV-64
XM64
This option lets the user tare and manually advance to the next ingredient from a
remote location, usually a front-end loader.
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12.1
Power-On
12 Troubleshooting
If you experience problems in the operation of your system, read through these
troubleshooting steps and perform those which are appropriate. This information may
help you to correct the following operational difficulties without calling your supplier or
sending your equipment in for repair:
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Power-on
Indicator Over or Under Capacity
Inaccurate Weight Readings
Measuring the Supply Battery Voltage
Instructions for sending an indicator in for repair are provided in the last section under
Service Repairs.
12.1 Power-On
If your indicator does not power-on, check the following possible problem sources in
the order given. Attempt to power-on after trying each of these four troubleshooting
steps:
1.
Check Battery Voltage. Required voltage is 10-17 volts DC negative ground. If
the voltage is between 9-10 volts, the indicator will display LOW.BAT. The
indicator will automatically turn off if the incoming voltage drops below nine volts
or rises above 17 volts.
2.
2.Disconnect and Check Power Cable Connector at the vehicle or AC to DC
converter, clean if necessary, and reconnect.
3.
3.Replace Fuse. Sometimes, a bad fuse can be recognized by an obvious
break in the wire filament. However, such a break is not always observable,
and getting a successful power-on after changing a fuse is often the only way
of knowing that the fuse was indeed defective.
Make sure the new fuse is the proper size and has a current rating of five
amperes. Using a fuse with too high a current rating can cause costly damage
to the indicator and will void your warranty. The same is true for substituting
wire, a nail, or any other object in place of a fuse.
Place nothing in the fuse connector except a proper fuse.
Try to power-on after changing the fuse (see instructions below for replacing
the fuse).
To replace the fuse, remove the 12 front panel screws.
1. Flip front panel out.
2. Locate fuse in lower corner of main PC board.
3. Pull blown fuse out and replace.
4. Re-install and tighten the 12 front panel screws.
4.
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a. Disconnect all cables on bottom panel of Indicator except for power cable.
Do disconnect Weigh Bar® cables, and, if present, alarm cable remote
display cable, etc.
b. Now try powering-on. If this is not successful, your problem is in the indicator
and you should contact your supplier.
c.
If you are able to power-on with only the power cable connected, your
problem is probably not in the indicator; continue troubleshooting.
d. With power still on, plug in cables, one at a time — Weigh Bar® cables first,
then alarm cable, then printer/remote display cable, etc. — until plugging in
one of the cables causes the indicator to shut off. That cable is the bad one
and needs to be repaired or replaced.
12.2 Indicator Over/Under Capacity
An over-ranged indicator is represented by upper dashes or lower dashes.
1.
Test the Weigh Bar®cables to isolate the source of the over-range problem, as
follows:
a. Disconnect all Weigh Bars®.
b. Try to zero the indicator by pressing GROSS and clear.
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If you are unable to zero the indicator with the Weigh Bars® disconnected,
the problem is in the indicator and you should contact your supplier.
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If you are able to zero your indicator with the Weigh Bars® disconnected,
then the problem is probably in the Weigh Bars® and you should continue
troubleshooting.
2.
Reconnect all Weigh Bars®. You will see upper or lower dashes displayed
again.
3.
If your Weigh Bar®connectors have the four-pin configuration, disconnect one
Weigh Bar® and connect an adapter plug in its place.
If your Weigh Bar® connectors have the five-pin configuration, disconnect one
Weigh Bar®. No adapter plug is necessary.
4.
Try to zero the indicator.
Repeat with each Weigh Bar® cable, making sure each time that all cables are
connected except the one you removed (for five-pin connector) or replaced
with an adapter plug (for four-pin connector).
A defective Weigh Bar® may be easily recognized with this method — when a
defective bar is replaced with an adapter plug (for four-pin connector), or
removed (for five-pin connector), the indicator will zero properly.
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12.3
Inaccurate Weight Readings
12.3 Inaccurate Weight Readings
First: Visually Inspect The Scale System for apparent problems and improper
installation:
1.
Check each cable, from source to indicator, for stress, cuts, breaks, or
abrasions.
2.
Unplug and reconnect each connector at the indicator to verify that it is tight
and making good contact.
3.
Check the hitch Weigh Bar® and verify that mounting bolts are tight and the
hitch is not binding.
4.
Check between the wheels and frame of the implement for mud and debris
that might restrict Weigh Bar® movement.
5.
Check betwccn supporting structure and weighing structure for debris that
might restrict Weigh Bar® movement.
6.
Make sure the supporting structure and weighing structure do not touch each
other at any point except at the Weigh Bars®.
Next: Compare Weight Readings for All Weigh Bars®:
Position a person or heavy object on the platform above each Weigh Bar®, one bar at
a time, and compare weight readings for the same person or same object.
For each weighing, the weight itself will be off-center, favoring a single Weigh Bar®;
therefore, none of the readings will be accurate.
However, your readings obtained by weighing the same person or object above each
Weigh Bar® should be nearly identical to each other. A single Weigh Bar® reading that
is significantly different from the others is probably defective.
12.4 Measuring Supply Battery Voltage
To check battery voltage:
1.
Press and hold MENU for three beeps.
SET.PAS is displayed.
2.
Enter 111. Press SELECT…
VOLTS is displayed.
3.
Press SELECT to display incoming battery voltage.
4.
Press SELECT to return to VOLTS .
5.
Press GROSS to return to gross weighing mode.
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12.5 Service Repairs
If you find the indicator or one or more of the Weigh Bars® to be defective, contact your
supplier, or send your equipment back to the factory for repair, postage prepaid.
Include the following information:
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Your name and address
Supplier name and address
Date of purchase
Important: An informal note describing symptoms of the problem.
If possible, the make and model number of equipment the Model 1040 is
used on.
If you need contact or additional information, please access www.agscales.com. If you
would like to purchase a service manual, the PN is 29812-0015.
12.6 Windows® Setup
You must have Microsoft Windows® 95, 98, XP, Windows 2000 or Windows 7.
Use HYPERTERMINAL, the communications package in Microsoft Windows to
download information from the Model 1040 to the computer.
Setting up the HYPERTERMINAL icon:
1.
Click on the Windows 95 START ICON.
2.
Go to Programs, then Accessories, and the click on HyperTerminal
3.
Double click on the Hyperterminal ICON, and Execute Hypertrm.exe
4.
Enter a name for the connection description
EXAMPLE:M1040 and click on the ICON you choose to use for this
application.
5.
Click on OK and it will ask for Phone Number: On the “connect using” scroll to
“Direct to Com 1” and click on OK.
6.
Now comes up with COM1 properties, select the following settings:
7.
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Bits per second:
9600 (std default baud rate for the Model 1040 or any other
baud rate as long as it matches the Model 1040)
Data bits:
8
Parity:
None
Stop bits:
1
Flow control:
Xon/Xoff
Click on OK and then select File, and Save.
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12.7
8.
To Download
Return to Hyperterminal window
Setting up Model 1040 Shortcut to COM1:
1.
In the Hyperterminal window. right click on the M1040.ht ICON created above.
2.
Right click on Shortcut, which will immediately create a shortcut to M1040.ht
with the same ICON as before, only with an additional arrow in the ICON.
3.
Right click on the new ICON, and then right click on properties.
4.
Click on Shortcut, and change “start in” to example c:\winword\dwnld, making
sure you have already created this directory in your file manager. Change to
where ever you want the shortcut path to store all your M1040.ht shortcut data
transfers in that directory to recall the data files later. Then click on OK.
Creating a download directory (REFERENCE)
1.
Double click on Explorer Icon.
2.
Assuming we want to create c:\winword\dwnld directory, click on C;WINWORD
3.
Click on FILE, NEW, FOLDER.
4.
In the name field, type in dwnld, and then click on OK. The directory
c:\winword\dwnld has now been created for storing all the download files.
12.7 To Download
1.
Take the supplied computer interface cable and plug into COM port (9 pin) on
the computer, and the serial port (8 Pin) on the bottom of the Model 1040
indicator. See illustration at left.
2.
Within the HyperTerminal window, double click on the new M1040.ht ICON
3.
Click on transfer, and then Capture Text and type in the file you want to save
the data transfer in (Example May 21.doc), notice the Capture text screen will
come up with the Folder name that you specified above when creating the
shortcut. In this example the Folder:C:\winword\dwnld will appear.
4.
Then click on Start...
5.
Using the Model 1040 transfer the appropriate data from the indicator by
pressing PRINT, or enter 1-9, then press SELECT, then PRINT to transfer
accumulators or batch information to your computer. See earlier sections of
this manual on how to transfer appropriate data.
6.
Click on File-Save. as your current data transfer will be saved.
7.
Click on Call-disconnect, and then return to Hyper-Terminal Windows.
8.
Once completed, return to Explorer, and retrieve the saved files, to edit, print,
etc.
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12.8 Transfer Data Module (TDM-40)
Avery Weigh-Tronix has an optional Transfer Data Module (TDM-40) that has two PC
packages available:
TDM-40/TDS-40
Simple collection of batched data.
TDM-40/TDS-1040
Bidirectional interface. Create recipes on computer and
input into 1040. Collect batched data on all batches
performed.
Please consult your OEM or Avery Weigh-Tronix distributor for more details on these
options.
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Specifications
Power Input:
10 to 18 volts, DC negative ground
400ma at 8 350 weigh-bar load
Display:
1.1 inch (Model 1040) 2.0 inch LCD (Model 1040XL), 6 Digits, 14 segment alphanumeric, fiber optic backlight
Display Rate:
1, 2, or 5 times per second
Enclosure:
Water/dust resistant, structural polycarbonate, 8.50” high x 10.5” wide x 6.0” deep
IP65 Water resistant
Capacity Range:
Up to 200,000 lb/kg
Increment sizes:
.01,.02,.05,.1,.2,.5,1,2,5,10,20,50,100,200 lb/kg
Accuracy:
+/- 0.1 % of applied load +/- 1 division
Internal A/D resolution:
1,000,000 counts
Operational keys:
0-9 with alpha capabilities, Load/Unload, Gross, Recipe, Usage, Hold, Menu, Print,
Id, Select, Timer, and Zero Clear
Annunciators;
Auto, Pen, Load, Gross, Recipe, Ingredient, Alarm, Usage, Motion, Hand-Add, Lb,
and Kg. (12 annunciators)
Audio Output:
Audio tone feedback for key contact assurance
Weigh-bar Drive:
10 350 ohm weigh-bars
Serial Ports:
2 RS-232 serial ports programmable for different selectable output formats
(Std, TDM, Broadcast)
Lower Assembly:
Connectors for the following: Power, Com1, Com 2, Weigh-bar J-box, Alarm
Output, RD64
Optional Connectors: Speed Sensor Input
There will be seven standard different lower base assemblies:
1.
W/T standard 7 pin
(pwr/alm/RD64/Com1/j-box)
5 conn
2.
W/T std 7 pin w/options
(pwr/alm/speed/RD64/Com1/Com2/j-box)
7 conn
3.
Single conn (AMP)
(pwr/alm/RD64/Com1/j-box)
5 conn
4.
Single conn (AMP w/options)
(pwr/alm/speed/RD64/Com1/Com2/j-box)
7 conn
5.
*W/T 4 x 5pin w/ Com 1 and RD64 output
(pwr/alm/RD64/Com1/4-5 pin conn)
8 con
6.
*W/T 3 x 5pin w/dual RS-232 and RD64 output 7 conn
(pwr/alm/RD64/Com1/3-5 pin conn)
7.
*W/T 4 x 4pin w/dual RS-232 and RD64 output 8 conn
(pwr/alm/RD64/Com1/4-4pin conn)
*NOTE: These versions do not offer Speed Sensor input or com 2.
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Two TTL Inputs:
Two programmable inputs (Std, Zero Clear, Menu, Hold, Print)
Options:
1.1 inch LCD Display Option
TDM-40 Transfer Module/ with TDS-1040 or TDS-40 software packages
RD64 Remote Display
RD64XL Remote Display
RD125RF Remote Display
XM64 Transmitter/receiver set
Speed Sensor switch assembly
Operating Temperature:
-40° to 140° F (-40° to 60° C)
Weight:
10 lb/ 4.5 kg
Agencies:
FCC Class A
CE (European Approval)
Warranty:
Three Year
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