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If parts counting is enabled, See section 7.4 in the full manual, it is possible to
count parts using a sample of the parts to determine an average piece
· If using an empty container, place the container on the top pan
and press [Z/T] to zero the display. Press the [PCS] key to enter
parts counting mode.
· The scale will show “ P 10”. Change the sample size to the desired
quantity by pressing the [Pcs/] key. It will cycle through the
options: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and back to 10.
· Place the nominated sample size into the container and press
[Z/T] . The sample number should match the sample amount
options available for parts counting, i.e., 10, 20, 50, 100 or 200
· The display will now show the amount of parts in the container,
and as more parts are added the display will increase to show the
number of parts in the container at that time. (Pcs).
Pressing the [Unit/] key will display the net weight (pcs and kg), pressing it
a second time will display the unit weight (g/pcs), and the third time will
display the count again (pcs).
· Press the [Pcs/] key to return to normal weighing. Press the
[Pcs/ ] key again to start counting a different sample.
Check-weighing is a procedure where the LED’s come on (and if enabled, an
alarm to sound) when the weight on the scale meets values stored in
memory. The memory holds the last values for a high and a low limit when
the power is turned off. The user can set either one limit or both, see the full
version of the user manual for details of the check weighing function.
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