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12.2 USING “2006” TO ENTER THE SERVICE PARAMETERS
Before setting the parameters for units, decimal po int, capacity and increment the
user should make sure they understand how the scale should be configured. The
scale is limited to 30,000 scale divisions. To dete rmine the number of scale divisions
divide the capacity by the desired increment. For example a 500kg scale reading to
0.01kg would have 50,000 divisions, a value not all owed. However a 500kg scale
with interval of 0.02kg is 25,000 divisions, an acc eptable number.
The order of the settings will request the defaul t weighing unit first. This is to
assign a weighing unit to the first calibration, re gardless of what he user may select
later. If the indicator has been configured for use in the USA the choice can be
grams, kilograms or pounds. For the rest of the wor ld it is kilograms or grams only.
This setting should match the type of masses you ha ve for calibration, imperial or
The next 2 parameters will set the decimal point po sition, capacity and increment. It
will be necessary for the settings to be within all owable limits for a setting to be
accepted. For example, it is only allowed that th e grams can be set to 45,000 or
less. If you try to set the capacity to 50,000 gra ms it is not allowed, use kilograms
for the default unit and set the capacity to 50kg. When setting the interval the
options shown will only be those that allow the num ber of divisions to be 30,000 or
less. For example setting capacity to 5000g and t he decimal point to 0.0, the
increment of 1 (=0.1g) is not allowed. Only the in crement of 2, 5, 10 or 20 is
Press the [Tare] key during the display counting when turned on. Th e
display will ask for a code number, “Pin “ on the Weight Display.
Enter the number 2006 when “Pin “ is displayed and then press
[Tare]. The displays will show the first parameters, called “F1” “CAL”.
To select another parameter press the [U.Wt./Units] key to advance
through the parameters.
Press the [Tare] key to enter a parameter. To exit a parameter, pre ss
the [Zero] key.
The Weight window will show the parameter number and the Unit
Price and Count windows will show the word describing the function.
When a parameter is entered by pressing the [Tare] key, the displays
will guide you through the parameter selected and t he options