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Safety and Maintenance.. 2 Safety Instructions... 2 Data Security... 3 Operating Environment.. 4 Battery Operation.. 6 Maintenance.. 6 Notes on these Operating Instructions.. 8 Getting Started... 9 Components... USB Cradle.. Initial Set-up of the Pocket PC. Step 1: Switching on the power. Step 2: Charging the Pocket PC Battery.. Step 3: Installing the Software.. Step 4: Using the Pocket PC. Working with Memory Cards.. 23 25
Navigation with optional Memory Card.. 27 Navigating with the Pocket PC.. 29 Safety Instructions for Navigation. Tips for Navigation.. Instructions for Car Installation.. Instructions for GPS-Receiver.. Contents of the Navigation CDs.. Software Installation.. Preparing for Navigation.. Mounting the Navigation Set in a Car. Installation of the Holder of the Pocket PC.. Installation of the GPS-Receiver. First Initialization of the GPS-Receiver.. Connecting Pocket PC and GPS-Receiver. Starting Navigation.. First-Aid in the Event of Malfunction.. Additional Support.. Warranty... Liability limitations.. Copying this manual.. 42 42
Customer Service... 37
Safety and Maintenance
SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
Please read this section carefully and follow all the instructions given. This will help ensure reliable operation and extend the service life for your Pocket PC. Store the packaging and the operating instructions in a safe place so that if you sell the Pocket PC you can pass these on to the new owner. Never allow children to play with electrical equipment unsupervised. Children may not always correctly recognize possible danger. Never open up the housing of the Pocket PC or the power adapter. These contain no userserviceable parts. If the housing is opened there is a danger to life from electric shock. Do not place any objects on the Pocket PC and do not exert any pressure on the display. Otherwise there is a danger that the screen will break. To avoid damage, do not touch the screen with sharp objects. Use only the stylus provided. There is a risk of injury if the display breaks. If this should occur, use protective gloves to pack the broken parts and contact customer support to arrange for disposal. Then wash your hands with soap, since there is a possibility that chemicals may have escaped.
Remove the power adapter from the outlet, switch the Pocket PC off immediately, or do not actually switch it on, and contact Customer Service.. if the power adapter or the attached plug become scorched or damaged. if the housing of the Pocket PC, the Power Pack or the charging/synchronizing cradle becomes damaged or fluids leak into it. Components must be checked by Customer Service in order to avoid damage!
Every time you update your data make backup copies on an external storage medium. The supplier does not assume liability for data loss or damage to data storage units, and no claims can be accepted for damages resulting from the loss of data or for consequential damages.
UPGRADING/RETROFITTING AND REPAIR
Upgrading or retrofitting of your Pocket PC must only be performed by qualified technical staff. If you do not have the necessary qualifications, ensure that this is done by a suitably qualified Service Engineer. Please contact our Service Center if you encounter technical problems with your Pocket PC. In the event repair becomes necessary, please use only our authorized Service Partners.
Keep your Pocket PC and all connected devices away from moisture and avoid dust, heat and direct sunlight. Failure to follow these instructions may lead to damage to your Pocket PC. The Pocket PC and its packaging are recyclable.
The Pocket PC is most reliably operated at an ambient temperature of between 41F and 95F (5C and 35C) and at a relative humidity of between 20% and 80% (non-condensing). In the powered down state (power supply: OFF, see page 16) the Pocket PC can be stored at between 32F and 140F (0C and 60C). The GPS receiver is designed for the environmental conditions inside a car. However, store the Pocket PC in a safe location when you leave your car to avoid high temperatures.
When connecting additional or other components the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) must be adhered to. Please also note that only screened cable (maximum 10ft) should be used with this Pocket PC. For optimal performance, maintain a distance of at least 10 ft. from sources of highfrequency and magnetic interference (televisions, loudspeaker systems, mobile telephones and so on. This will help avoid malfunctions and loss of data.
When connecting your Pocket PC be sure to correctly observe the following instructions:
The outlet must be in the vicinity of the Pocket PC and must be easily accessible. Only use the mains adapter on grounded sockets at V~ AC, 50/60 Hz. If you are unsure about the power supply to the place of use, ask the relevant energy supplier. Use only the power adapter provided with the reference PSC 05R-050. For additional safety, we recommend the use of a surge protector in order to protect your Pocket PC from damage from spikes or lighting strikes on the power network.
POWER THROUGH CAR ADAPTER
The car adapter should only be connected to the lighter socket of a car (car battery = DC 12V , no trucks!). If you are in any doubt about the power source in your car, contact your car manufacturer.
Arrange cables so that no-one can tread on them or trip over them. Do not place any items on the cable.
Your Pocket PC is operated with a removable battery. In order to prolong the life and efficiency of your battery and to ensure safe operation, follow the instructions below: Batteries cannot withstand heat. Avoid the Pocket PC and the integrated battery becoming overheated. Failure to comply with this instruction may lead to damage to and even explosion of the battery. Use only the original power pack to charge the battery (model PSC 05R-050). Batteries are special category waste. When disposing of the Pocket PC ensure that this is done correctly. Contact Customer Service for more details.
Warning: There are no user-serviceable or cleanable parts inside the Pocket PC housing. You can prolong the life of the Pocket PC by taking the following simple steps: Always remove the power plug and all connecting cables before cleaning. Clean the Pocket PC only with a damp, lint-free cloth. Do not use solvents, caustic or gaseous cleaners.
CARE OF THE DISPLAY
Avoid scratching the display surface as this is easily damaged. Ensure that no traces of water remain on the screen. Water can cause irreversible discoloration. Use only a soft, lint-free cloth to clean the screen. Do not expose the screen to either strong sunlight or ultraviolet radiation. 6 English
If you wish to transport the Pocket PC follow the instructions below: Following transport of the Pocket PC wait until the unit has acclimatized before using it. In the case of wide fluctuations in temperature or humidity condensation or moisture may form inside the Pocket PC and this can cause an electrical short-circuit. Use a protective cover (such as a display protection mylar)to protect the Pocket PC from dirt, moisture, shock and scratching. When shipping your Pocket PC use only the original packaging and advise the carrier accordingly. Before traveling ensure that you are aware of the power and communications provision at your destination. Before traveling obtain any power or communications adapters (modem, LAN, etc.) that may be needed. When passing through the hand luggage control at airports, it is recommended that you pass the Pocket PC and all magnetic storage media (external hard drives) through the X-ray system (the machine on which you place your bags). Avoid the magnetic detector (the structure through which you yourself pass) or the magnetic wand (the hand device that the security staff use), since this may corrupt your data.
NOTES ON THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
When using the application programs and the operating system you can use the extensive help functions that are available at the touch of a button. These help functions are made available when you use the Microsoft Windows operating system or the respective application program
These operating instructions are aimed at first-time and experienced users alike. The bundled product CD contains a comprehensive instruction manual.
In selecting the components we have aimed for a high level of functionality, simple handling, safety and reliability. A well-balanced hardware and software design allows us to offer you a technologically advanced Pocket PC that will give great satisfaction in both work and leisure use.
Our individual customer care is there to support you when you have questions or problems. Please get in touch we look forward to helping you. This manual contains a special section on Customer Service starting on page 37. Thank you for your confidence in our products. We are pleased to welcome you as a new customer.
This chapter introduces you to the external components of your Pocket PC and guides you through the process of setting up your Pocket PC for use. The illustrations on the following pages introduce you to the various buttons, connectors, ports and features of your Pocket PC.
Touch Screen Displays the output of your Pocket PC. Tap the screen with the stylus to select menu commands or enter information. Program Buttons Each of the four buttons provides a quick way to run a specific program. By default, they Notes, Contacts, are Calendar and Tasks buttons. The buttons are customizable.
Ref Component Microphone Navigation Pad
Description Receives sound and voice to record voice. Moves up, down, left or right by pushing the corresponding area of the pad. Selects by pressing. Sends out music, sounds and voice. Flashes in red to inform you of scheduled appointments, alarms and reminders. Glows in amber to indicate that battery charging is in progress and in green when the battery is fully charged.
Speaker Notification Indicator Charge Indicator
Description Supplies power to your Pocket PC when external power is not available. If you remove the battery the fully loaded back-up battery can keep the data for app. 10 minutes. Keep the Pocket PC connected to the USB cradle for app. 24 hours when you perform the initial Set-up in order to load the back-up battery. Restarts your Pocket PC. (Soft-Reset)
Lanyard Eyelet Lanyard attaches to this opening. Power Button Turns your Pocket PC on or off Turns the screen backlight off Record Button Records voice notes by pressing and holding. Headphone Connector Battery Lock Connects to a pair of stereo headphones (2,5 mm/0,98). Locks the battery door.
CAUTION: Always keep the battery lock in the lock ( ) position unless you are removing the battery.
Ref Component IR Port SD/MMC Slot Stylus
Description Beams files to other mobile devices. Accepts an optional SD (Secure Digital) or MMC (MultiMediaCard) card for removable storage. Tap on the touch screen to make selections and enter information. Pull the stylus out of its slot to use and store it in the slot when not in use.
ActiveSync / Connects to your desktop GPS-Connector compute for synchronizing data or to GPS-System. Power Connector Connects to the AC adapter if you are not using the cradle. English
The USB cradle provides a convenient way to charge your Pocket PC and synchronize data with a computer. Cradle assembly:
Component PPC Connector Battery Charge Indicator
Description Connects to your Pocket PC. Glows when the additional battery is being charged and turns off when the battery is fully charged. Accepts an additional battery (available as an accessory) for charging. Connects to the USB port of a desktop computer for data synchronization.
Battery Connector USB Connector
Power Connector Connects to the AC adapter.
INITIAL SET-UP OF THE POCKET PC
The following guides you step by step through the initial set up of the Pocket PC:
STEP 1: SWITCHING ON THE POWER
1. Slide the battery lock to the unlock ( ) position ( ) and then open the battery door ( ). 2. Insert the projected parts of the battery into the battery compartment ( ) and then fit the battery into place ( ).
3. The backup battery switch should be set to the ON (right) position for normal operation. Pull out the stylus and use it to slide the battery switch to the ON (right) position.
CAUTION: Always leave the backup battery switch in the ON position unless you need to perform a hard reset. A hard reset will cause the memory of your Pocket PC to be cleared. 4. Replace the battery door and slide the battery lock to the lock ( ) position. 5. The red notification indicator on your Pocket PC will flash for approximately 30 seconds. Then your Pocket PC will automatically turn on. The brand logo appears and after 30 seconds the Pocket PC displays the Windows welcome screen. 6. To begin the Welcome Wizard, tap the screen with the stylus and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the wizard. The wizard presents a brief orientation to Microsoft Windows for Pocket PC, helps you align the touch screen and prompts you to select your city and time zone. Settings that you now make can be altered later.
STEP 2: CHARGING THE POCKET PC BATTERY
1. Slide the Pocket PC carefully into the charging/synchronization cradle ( ). 2. Connect the power adapter cable to the socket of the charging/synchronization cradle ( ). 3. Plug the power adapter supplied into an easily accessible AC power outlet ( ). The charging indicator lights up orange while charging and lights up green when the Pocket PC is fully charged. Do not interrupt the charging process before the battery has fully charged. This may take a number of hours. Note: You can use the Pocket PC while it is charging, but the power supply should not be disconnected during initial set up. Note: You can also connect the power adapter directly to the power adapter port of the Pocket PC (see page 14).
Once the charging display goes out, wait another 5 seconds before removing the power adapter. This time is needed for calibration of the battery. The power adapter can be left connected so the Pocket PC is constantly being recharged while it is in the charging/synchronization cradle. However, the power adapter consumes power even when it is not charging the battery of the Pocket PC.
STEP 3: INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
Warning: Do not connect the Pocket PC to your PC yet. Follow the step-by-step instructions in order to perform the installation as safely and as simply as possible. Warning: When software is installed, important files may be overwritten and changed. Create a suitable backup of your hard drive so you can access the original files in the event of problems. Windows 2000/XP: You need to have administrative permissions on your Computer in order to install software. Please log on as administrator. 1. Insert the CD supplied and wait for the program to start automatically. Note: If the program does not start automatically, the Setup program on the CD must be started. 2. The following window appears with a short introduction. Wait for a few seconds or click the triangle to skip the intro.
4. Click the Start here button and follow the instructions on the screen in order to install the necessary software.
INSTALLING MICROSOFT OUTLOOK
For optimum management of your data (e-mails, contacts, dates, etc.) using the Pocket PC, you need the Microsoft Outlook program. The cost of the Pocket PC includes a license for this program which can be found on the CD. If you already have Microsoft 2002 installed on your PC, continue with the next step for installation of Microsoft ActiveSync. Likewise, if you have Outlook 98 or Outlook 2000, perform this installation: 3. Click Install Outlook 2002. On the right of the window a product description appears with further installation instructions. 5. Now click Install. 6. A dialog box appears that informs you that a program now has to be installed. Click OK.
You are now asked whether you want to open the file or store it on the PC. Select the Open option here and follow the instructions on the screen. You will find the Product Key on the CD sleeve. Have your Windows CD ready as well in case it is needed.
INSTALLING MICROSOFT ACTIVESYNC
In order to synchronize your data (e-mails, contacts, dates, etc.) between your PC and the Pocket PC, you need the Microsoft ActiveSync program. The cost of the Pocket PC includes a license for this program which can be found on the CD. If you do not have Microsoft Outlook 2002 on your PC, please install Outlook 2002 following the directions above. 4. Quit Windows and switch of the PC. 5. Important: Remove the Pocket PC from the charging/synchronization cradle. 6. Now plug the cable of the charging/synchronization cradle into a free USB port of the PC.
USB Port of the PC
7. Start Windows and re-insert the CD supplied in order to again display the installation menu you are already familiar with. 8. Click Install ActiveSync. Getting Started 21
On the right of the window a product description appears with further installation instructions. 7. Now click Install. 8. A dialog box appears that informs you that a program now has to be installed. Click OK. 9. You are now asked whether you want to open the file or store it on the PC. Select the Open option here and follow the instructions on the screen. 10. If testing the connection options, insert the Pocket PC in the charging/synchronization cradle. The hardware installation wizard now detects a new device and installs a suitable driver. This may take a few minutes. Repeat the connection search if it fails the first time. 11. Follow the instructions on your screen. The program now sets up a partnership between your PC and the Pocket PC. By means of the synchronization your data (e-mails, contacts, dates, etc.) are automatically transferred to your Pocket PC.
INSTALLING THE DOWNLOAD CONNECTION WIZARD
In order to configure your Pocket PC for Internet and intranet access you need the Download Connection Wizard. If you do not yet need this function you can install it later on. 1. Click Install Download Connection Wizard. On the right of the window a product description appears with further installation instructions. 2. Now click Install. 3. A dialog box appears that informs you that a program now has to be installed. Click OK. 4. You are now asked whether you want to open the file or store it on the PC. Select the Open option here and follow the instructions on the screen.
ACCESSING MEMORY CARDS
Memory cards are normally shown as Storage Cards in the Windows Explorer. You can access the memory card like a normal drive and store, rename or delete files. If you also intend to use the memory cards in a PC, you must ensure that a compatible format is used when formatting. Likewise you cannot just copy files onto the memory card. In some cases they must be converted by the Microsoft ActiveSync program.
NAVIGATION WITH OPTIONAL MEMORY CARD
This option is only available when your Pocket PC is fit with a pre-installed memory card. In this case you can use the navigation function of your pocket PC without executing the pre-installation on a PC. The memory card contains the navigation-software and is either preinstalled on your Pocket PC or delivered separately. Nevertheless, we recommend that you do execute a full Initial Installation (see page 16 and later) in order to be able to access additional functions of the Pocket PC. The following installation limits the Navigation to the area which is pre-installed on your memory card. You must execute these steps in order to use the navigation in your car: 1. Read and adhere to the safety instructions on p2 and following and p23 and following. 2. Install the components of the navigation system in your car. Follow the instruction on p 29-32. 3. Press the On / Off button to start your Pocket PC. If the instructions of Step 1 (page 16) have not yet been executed, then do it now. The battery of the Pocket PC is charged through the power circuit of the car. 4. Should the MMC card not be inserted in the Pocket PC, then insert it into the slot. Please take care, that contacts point towards the slot and the sticker faces towards the front:
Navigation with optional Memory Card
5. Start File Explorer :
6. Switch to the memory card:
7. Install the navigation program by clicking onto the program Medion-Navigator. Then the symbol will appear in the program folder:
Storage Card Storage Card
8. The navigation software is now installed and can be used as described on page 36.
NAVIGATING WITH THE POCKET PC
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR NAVIGATION
The bundled product CD contains a comprehensive instruction manual.
TIPS FOR NAVIGATION
Do not manipulate the navigation system while driving to protect yourself and others from accidents! In the event that you do not understand the voice instruction or if you are in any doubt about what to do at the next intersection, then the map or arrow display will provide you with a quick orientation. Only look at the display when you are in a safe driving situation! Attention: The road layout and driving rules take precedence over the instructions of the navigation system. Only follow the instructions when circumstances and driving rules permit it! The navigation system will guide you to your destination even when you have to deviate from your planned route. Plan routes before you leave. If you want to plan a new route whilst on the road stop driving.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CAR INSTALLATION
When installing the car cradle take care, that the position of the cradle does not pose a safety risk while driving or in case of accidents. Take care that the cable does not impede any safety components. Do not mount the cradle within the operating range of any airbags. Navigating with the Pocket PC 29
The power plug will consume power, even if no device is connected. Remove it when not in use to avoid draining the battery. Check all safety equipment in your car after installation.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR GPS-RECEIVER
Do not paint or glue things on to the GPSreceiver. Signal reception might be hampered.
CONTENTS OF THE NAVIGATION CDS
Navigation CD 1: MapExport & Maps. This CD is required to compose your own maps. This CD will be installed on your computer. Navigation CD 2: Pre-selected Maps and Quick Installation for Pocket PC. (optional) The folders of this CD contain pre-selected maps, which you simply can copy onto the optional memory card using the file manager. These maps are then immediately available. The folder Quick Installation contains the file MedionNavigator.cab. Copying this file onto your Pocket PC and then executing it will install the navigation program directly on your Pocket PC (see page 27).
In order to be able to deploy self-defined cards on your Pocket PC you must install the corresponding navigation software on your PC: 1. Before installing the navigation software ensure, that ActiveSync is installed, that the Pocket PC is placed in the cradle and that a connection is established (see page 21). 2. Place the CD-ROM with the navigation software (MapExport) in your CD drive. The installation will start automatically. 3. Follow the program instructions. 30 English
4. When the installation of the navigation software Map-Export on your PC is completed, then the program will attempt to install the software onto your Pocket PC. If you have already performed the installation manually (Navigation with optional memory card, page 27), cancel this step.
PREPARING FOR NAVIGATION
In order to use the navigation program you must compile a map or route on your computer and transfer it to your Pocket PC. 1. Start the program MapExport on your PC via Start Programs Medion-Navigator. An extensive explanation of this program is available under Help. 2. Chose a card range by selecting one of the predefined options. 3. Click onto this symbol to obtain detailed information about how to use the program. 4. You can define a route or select an area. The program will calculate the estimated memory requirement of the file that will be generated. The size of this file may not exceed the available memory space on your Pocket PC. 5. Clicking onto this symbol will transfer the generated maps onto your Pocket PC. 6. The file will automatically be transferred to your Pocket PC, if an active connection exists and if sufficient memory space is available.
Navigating with the Pocket PC
MOUNTING THE NAVIGATION SET IN A CAR
Attention! Only fix the holder for the pocket PC to the windscreen, if it does not impede the view. Should this not be possible, then mount the holder with the enclosed suction plate in any way that will allow peril-free and safe operation.
INSTALLATION OF THE HOLDER OF THE POCKET PC
Hint: If you want to fix the holder to the wind screen, then you can skip steps 1 and 2. 1. Remove the protective foil from the sticky side of the suction plate. 2. Fix the suction plate to a suitable location on the dashboard. Take care, that the surface of the dashboard is clean and press the suction plate strongly onto the surface. To obtain a strong and secure hold the suction plate should not be used for 24 hours.
Car holder Suction head
3. Mount the car holder to the flexible neck. Note the labels on the flexible neck. The arrow labled close
must point in the direction of the fixture. The connection closes with a noticeable clicking sound. 4. Place the holder with the suction head onto the suction plate (or directly onto the wind screen) and press the lever on the suction head downwards. The suction head will stick itself firmly to the suction plate. 5. Place the Pocket PC into the car holder and close the two brackets firmly, so that the Pocket PC is held securely.
INSTALLATION OF THE GPS-RECEIVER
The GPS-receiver is solely intended for use and installation in cars. Hint: GPS reception may be limited by a heated windscreen, a windscreen with antenna or by a metal-coated screen. Attention: Check for regular reception at the intended mounting position before you finally mount the receiver. The GPS-receiver requires a free line of sight to the sky. 1. Remove the protective foil from the sticky side of the Velcro tape and stick the Velcro tape onto the dashboard as close as possible under the front of the windscreen. Take care that the surface of the windscreen is clean. 2. Remove the protective foil from the sticky side of the Velcro tape and stick it to the bottom side of the GPS-receiver. Take care, that the surface of the bottom of the GPS-receive is clean. 3. Attach the GPS-receiver by means of the Velcro tape.
FIRST INITIALIZATION OF THE GPS-RECEIVER
Hint: Before using the GPS-receiver for the first time connect it for about 2.5 hours to the cigarette lighter socket, so that the batteries of the GPS-receiver will be fully charged and that the GPS-receiver can determine its current position. Attention: Some cars may require the ignition key to be switched on in order to supply power to the cigarette lighter socket. Navigation is not possible, if the GSP-receiver is not supplied with power. Attention: Remove the power adapter from the cigarette lighter socket when the car is parked. The receiver constantly consumes power and could drain your battery. Hint: When the power adapter is connected, then the Pocket PC will be supplied with power through the car and the battery will also be charged. The initialization process will automatically take place, when the GPS-receiver is supplied with power from the cigarette lighter socket The initialization process can also take place while driving, if e.g. the cigarette lighter socket only functions when the ignition is switched on. 1. Insert the power adapter of the GPS-receiver into the cigarette lighter socket. The green LED on the power adapter indicates, whether the GPS-receiver is supplied with power.
CONNECTING POCKET PC AND GPS-RECEIVER
1. Disconnect the power adapter from the cigarette lighter contact before you connect the GPS-receiver with the Pocket PC, because otherwise a system crash may occur, which might require you to restart the Pocket PC. 2. Connect the GPS-receiver cable with the splitter of the connection cable. 3. Connect the data connector of the connection cable with the pocket PC. 4. Insert the power adapter into the cigarette lighter socket and ensure, that it will not lose contact while driving. This could cause a malfunction. Hint: Remove the power adapter from the cigarette lighter socket when ending a trip or when parking the car for a extended period of time. Otherwise the car battery could be drained.
1. Switch on the Pocket PC. 2. Start the Navigator program in the program directory of your Pocket PC. 3. As soon as the GPS symbol changes from GPS! to GPS0-9 (the number indicates how many satellites are received), the initialization is completed and you can start to drive. Hint: The GPS-receiver will require at least 15 minutes for initialization when deployed for the first time. Even when GPS signal reception is indicated the navigation could be imprecise. In all future instances it will take about 30 seconds until a correct GPS-signal is available. The initialization process must only be executed when the navigation software is run for the first time. 4. Click on Navigation to specify your destination. In order to obtain detailed information about how to use the program click on the Help button. Hint: Occasionally entry fields may be covered by the on screen keyboard. Hide the keyboard by tapping the keyboard symbol in the button bar at the bottom. Clicking the keyboard symbol again will bring the keyboard back again.
FIRST-AID IN THE EVENT OF MALFUNCTION
The regular running of the Windows programs Defrag and Scandisk on the PC can remove sources of error and raise system performance.
If the suggestions in the above section have not solved your problem, please contact our customer service hotline. However, before you contact your Technology Center, please have the following information available: How is your computer configured? What additional peripherals do you use? What messages, if any, appear on your screen? What software were you using when the error occurred? What steps have you already undertaken to solve the problem? - Have you upgraded or removed drivers or hardware? - Can you manually repeat the problem? If you have been given a customer number previously, please give this number to the technician.
The receipt serves as proof of first purchase and should be kept in a safe place. Your legal rights are not limited by these warranty conditions. It is required should you need to make use of the guarantee. We guarantee that this equipment is in perfect working order. Upon production of the receipt, the remaining period of guarantee shall pass on from the original parts to the respective replacement parts. If you hand in this equipment to make use of the guarantee, you must remove all programs, data and removable storage media. Products which are sent without accessories will be replaced without accessories. The warranty obligation does not apply in the case of the problem being caused by an accident, a catastrophe, vandalism, misuse, incorrect use, ignoring the safety and maintenance regulations, changes by software, viruses or another piece of equipment or accessories or by other modifications not approved by ourselves. This limited guarantee declaration replaces all other guarantees of express or implied nature. This includes the guarantee of saleability or the suitability for a certain purpose but is not limited to this. In some countries the exclusion of implied guarantees is not permissible upon principle. In this case the validity of all express and implied guarantees is limited to the guarantee period. Once this period has expired, all guarantees become invalid. In some countries limiting the period of validity for implied guarantees is not permitted, so that the above limitation does not come into force. If you have any questions with regard to these guarantee conditions, please contact us.
The contents of this manual are subject to unannounced changes caused by technical progress. Manufacturer and sales shall not be responsible for any damages which have been caused as a result of omissions or errors in the information provided in this manual. Under no circumstances shall we be liable for any of the following: 1. 2. 3. Claims made against you by third parties based on loss or damage. Loss or damage to your blanks, recordings or data. Economic follow-on damage (including lost profit or savings) or associated damage even in the case that we have been informed of the possibilities of this type of damage.
In some countries the exclusion or limitation of accompanying or follow-on damage is not legally accepted so that the above limitations do not come into force.
COPYING THIS MANUAL
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I. II. Safety Instructions Description Name and Function of Parts Specifications Calibration Changing the Scale Setup Changing Parameters User Mode Test Mode System Mode Factory Mode Standard Parameter Tables Parameter Descriptions Troubleshooting Wiring Diagram
Table of Contents
VII. Parts List
I Safety Instructions
Before using the scale, carefully read, understand, and follow the Safety Instructions described in this manual. Observe the advice given in this manual to ensure proper operation. Keep this manual handy for reference. To prevent injury 1) DO NOT SHOCK LOAD the scale, Never step on or sit on the scale. Not only will the scale be damaged, but you may also be injured. 2) DO NOT APPLY DIRECT WATER SPRAY to the scale if it is powered by an AC adaptor!! You could receive a shock. The PPC-200W is not washdown unless the AC jack is plugged with a water-tight seal. 4) Do not operate the scale if there is smoke or a burnt smell coming from the scale. Remove the batteries or unplug the AC adaptor immediately. After making sure that there is no danger, consult your dealer. Never try to repair the scale by yourself. 5) This scale is not an explosion-proof model. Do not use the scale in an atmosphere containing flammable gases or explosive fumes. A fire or an explosion can result. 6) Place the item to be weighed in the center of the platform. Items placed on the edge of the platform may fall off and cause injury. 7) When weighing a heavy, large or unbalanced item, make sure the item is stable on the platform, otherwise an accident may occur. 8) When carrying or moving the scale, be sure to hold it by the bottom of the base with both hands. If you hold it by the platform, the platform or the platform support may become detached causing the scale to fall. This will damage the scale and could cause injury. The platform is designed for easy removal and cleaning. 9) Do not insert your finger into the gap or holes in the scale. You may be injured. 10) The PPC-200(W) uses a liquid crystal display. If the LCD breaks and the liquid leaks from the LCD, do not touch it with your fingers. The liquid is toxic if ingested. Be especially careful around small children. To prevent damage to the scale 1) The PPC-200 is not a washdown scale, it is splash-proof. Do not use a water sprayer on the PPC-200 and do not use it in and extremely humid or dusty environment. 2) The PPC-200W is a washdown scale, but is not a submersible scale. Do not place the PPC-200W in water higher than the bottom of the housing. Do not spray water up into the underside of the PPC-200W. 3) Do not push the indicator or keys with sharp objects. They may break or puncture the switch membrane panel. 4) Use the specified power supply and choose a suitable environment. If you do not, the weight readings may be inaccurate and the scale may be damaged. 5) The scale is a sensitive weighing instrument, avoid physical shocks. If you drop something on the scale, overload the scale, step on the platform, or drop the scale, the scale may be damaged and lose accuracy. 6) If the scale becomes dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth. For stubborn stains, apply a little neutral detergent and then wipe the scale with a dry cloth. Do not use thinner, benzene, hot water, or chemical agents, all of which can cause deformation, discoloration, or deterioration of the scale. 7) Never remove the case. The fine adjustment section may be damaged and you may be injured by sharp edges on the internal parts. 8) Do not place the scale upside down on the scale platform. 9) When the low battery indicator appears, replace all six of the batteries. When installing the batteries, install them according to the polarity markings in the case (+, -). If the scale will not be used for a long period, remove the batteries. To keep the scale working efficiently 1) Place the scale on a flat stable surface that will support the scale and the load. 2) Do not place the scale in an area exposed to direct sunlight or to wind currents (i.e. - from an air conditioner, furnace, fan, etc.) otherwise the measurements will not be accurate. 3) Do not place the scale near machines that create vibrations or electromagnetic disturbance, such as microwave ovens, portable phones, or large motors. This will affect the accuracy. 4) The operating temperature range is from 5C to +35C (23F to 95F). Do not subject the scale to sudden temperature changes; allow the scale to adjust to the new temperature before use. 5) If the scale is sealed, do not break the seal. If you break the seal, the scale will not be considered legal for trade. In this case, contact your dealer. 6) Do not disassemble or modify the scale, you will void the warranty. Modified scales will not be legal for trade.
Name and Function of Parts
Fig. 1: Front side of the scale
Fig. 2: Bottom of the scale
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16)
ON/ZERO Key Next Key OFF Key TARE Key Increase Key NET/GROSS Key Decrease Key Unit selection
Turns the power on, and zeroes the display. Moves to the next setpoint. Turns the power off. Tares off the weight on the scale platform. Increases the setpoint value. Toggles between gross and net weight displays. Decreases the setpoint value. Press both keys simultaneously to toggle between pound and/or ounce, and kilogram units. LOW BATTERY Indicator Time to replace the batteries. Spirit level device Used to level the scale. CENTER OF ZERO Indicator Indicates the scale is at gross zero. STABLE Indicator Indicates that the scale reading is stable. MODE Indicator Indicates the scale is in setup mode and weighing is not allowed. NET WEIGHT Indicator Shows scale is in net weight mode. GROSS WEIGHT Indicator Shows scale is in gross weight mode. Over/Accept/Under Indicators Shows whether the current weight is above, below or within the user's set limits. Battery Cover Tighten securely to maintain washdown seal. AC Adaptor Jack Use of an AC adapter voids washdown seal. Levelling Legs Rotate to level the scale.
Weighing system: Platform: Weight display: Type: Character size, etc.: Optional equipment: Power supply: Consumption: Battery life: Operating temperature: Operating humidity: Waterproof classification:
Strain-gauge load cell 9 x 9 (230 x 230 mm), stainless steel Single face display 7 segment LCD 0.5 (12 mm) (W) x 0.9 (23 mm) (H), 5 digits Batteries, AC adaptor*, Analog limit meter*, RS-232 communication board 9V DC - six D size batteries or AC adaptor* 0.12 W (max.) 1000 hours of continuous use (when using alkaline batteries.) 14F to 104F (-10C to 40C) 25% to 85% RH PPC-200W complies with JIS class 5 standard (drip-proof V type)* PPC-200 complies with JIS class 2 standard (drip-proof II type)
*The scale is NOT washdown if it is a PPC-200, if it has been modified for the analog meter or if the AC adaptor jack seal has been removed. Capacities and divisions: Kilogram 2 kg x 0.001 kg 4 kg x 0.002 kg 10 kg x 0.005 kg 20 kg x 0.01 kg 20 kg x 0.02 kg Pound 4 lb x 0.002 lb 10 lb x 0.005 lb 20 lb x 0.01 lb 40 lb x 0.02 lb 50 lb x 0.05 lb Ounce 80 oz x 0.05 oz 160 oz x 0.1 oz 320 oz x 0.2 oz 800 oz x 0.5 oz N/A Pound-Ounce* 5 lb x 0.05 oz 10 lb x 0.1 oz 20 lb x 0.2 oz 50 lb x 0.5 oz N/A
* Combined units, such as pound-ounce, cannot be certified legal-for-trade, by law. The PPC-200W is available in five capacities. The PPC-200 is only available in the 20 kg capacities. They display units of kilograms and one of the following three: decimal pounds, continuous ounces, or pounds and ounces. It is important to note that various parameter settings depend upon the mode (decimal pound, continuous ounce, or pound and ounce) option selected when the scale was purchased. See section IV - Changing the Scale Setup for the standard settings for each mode. The PPC-200W is not washdown unless the AC adaptor jack is sealed. Remove the batteries when operating the scale with the AC adaptor. Use only the AC adaptor supplied or an adaptor of the same output characteristics. An RS232 option is available for serial printers or data aquisition. Details of the RS232 operation and setup can be found in the PPC RS232 Operation Manual.
The PPC-200(W) can be setup to be calibrated with pound weights (version 4.00 or later only) or with kilogram weights. Check the setting of system parameter 78 (see section IV - Changing the Scale Setup). 000 sets the scale to be calibrated with kilogram weights, 001 or 002 set the scale to be calibrated with pound weights. The correct setting of parameter 78, the weights to use for the half scale and full scale calibration points and the full scale counts are listed in the table below.
Capacity 4 lb x 0.002 lb (2 kg) 80 oz x 0.05 oz (2 kg) 5 lb x 0.05 oz (2 kg) 10 lb x 0.005 lb (4 kg) 160 oz x 0.1 oz (4 kg) 10 lb x 0.1 oz (4 kg) 20 lb x 0.01 lb (10 kg) 320 oz x 0.2 oz (10 kg) 20 lb x 0.2 oz (10 kg) 40 lb x 0.02 lb (20 kg x 0.01 kg) 800 oz x 0.5 oz (20 kg x 0.01 kg) 50 lb x 0.5 oz (20 kg x 0.01 kg) 50 lb x 0.05 lb (20 kg x 0.02 kg) Calibration Units lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg Parameter 000 Half Scale Weight 2 lb 1 kg 2.5 lb 1 kg 2.5 lb 1 kg 5 lb 2 kg 5 lb 2 kg 5 lb 2 kg 10 lb 5 kg 10 lb 5 kg 10 lb 5 kg 20 lb 10 kg 25 lb 10 kg 25 lb 10 kg 25 lb 10 kg Full Scale Weight 4 lb 2 kg 5 lb 2 kg 5 lb 2 kg 10 lb 4 kg 10 lb 4 kg 10 lb 4 kg 20 lb 10 kg 20 lb 10 kg 20 lb 10 kg 40 lb 20 kg 50 lb 20 kg 50 lb 20 kg 50 lb 20 kg Full Scale Counts 11340 10000
1) Remove the scale platform. Remove the six screws to the upper housing from the scale undercarriage. Gently lift the upper housing up and place it to the side. Replace the scale platform. Short the two test jumpers on the left side of the main board above the LCD display. The Test Mode ennunciator and internal counts will display. 2) Press and hold the key and press the key. If the scale indicates two point calibration mode, change it to three point calibration mode by pressing the key.
If it becomes necessary to abort the calibration procedure before completing it, press the key to return to the test mode.
3) Remove all items from the scale platform, wait for the stable indicator to display and press the key.
Two Point Mode
4) Place 1/2 the full capacity of the scale on the platform, wait for the stable indicator to display and press the key.
Three Point Mode Zero Calibration
5) Place the full capacity of the scale on the platform, wait for the stable indicator to display and press the key.
6) The scale will return to Test Mode and indicate full scale counts. The full scale counts should be within +/- 3 counts of the appropriate target. Press the key to exit Test Mode. If the scale indicates error 103, then reconfirm that system parameter 78 is set correctly for the weights being used and the capacity of the scale. Verify that the correct weights, 1/2 capacity and full capacity, are being used. Make sure that nothing is restricting the motion of the platform, pressing against the platform or wedged between the upper and lower platform. Remove any sources of vibration or electromagnetic radiation (i.e. - cell phones, power cables, motors, compressors, etc.) Repeat the calibration procedure. If the error repeats, see section V - Troubleshooting.
1/2 Capacity Calibration
Full Capacity Calibration
Full Scale Counts
IV Changing the Scale Setup
The scale setup is controlled by three groups of parameters that determine how the scale operates. These three groups are User Parameters, System Parameters and Factory Parameters. User Parameters (00 - 09) can be changed in both User Mode and System Mode. They are easily accessed, without breaking the seal or opening the indicator housing, and control functions such as the auto-off, RS-232 communications and whether the scale starts in metric or standard units. The User Parameters are included in System Mode for the convenience of the technician. System Parameters (30 - 40) can be changed in System Mode. They control functions that the technician may need to change under unusual circumstances. Since these functions can alter the accuracy of the scale, the seal has to be broken to access System Mode through Test Mode. Factory Parameters (51 - 99) can be change in Factory Mode. They control functions that directly relate to the accuracy, capacity and divisions of the scale and are rarely changed outside of the factory. Factory Parameters are usually only changed if a different standard mode (pound, ounce or pound-ounce) is needed or if a different capacity load cell is installed. Since these functions can alter the accuracy of the scale, the seal has to be broken to access Factory Mode through Test Mode. Each parameter has two components, the parameter keyword and the parameter value. The first two digits are the keyword and determine which parameter is being changed. The last three digits are the value and determine what the selected parameter is being changed to.
Keyword Value While each mode is accessed differently, all modes use the same keys to select and change the parameter settings. To select the desired keyword, use the keys as follows: - increase the keyword by one + - decrease the keyword by one
To change a parameter value, use the keys as follows: - increase the value by one - decrease the value by one + + - increase the value by ten - decrease the value by ten
To save the last value changed it is necessary to advance to the next keyword before exiting the setup mode. Press and hold the key and press the key to exit System Mode or Factory
Mode and return to Test Mode. Press the
key to exit any setup or test mode.
With the scale on, press the setup mode. Press the and
keys to enter the user
key to exit the user setup mode.
Open the indicator housing by pulling the release tab forward and swinging the front panel of the housing forward. Short the two test pins to the right of the CPU on the main board. The Test Mode ennunciator and internal counts will display. Pressing the key will cause the scale to cycle through the following displays: internal counts, initial counts, direct raw counts, average raw counts, battery check/A to D conversion value (should be around 220), ROM version and a display segment check. Press the to exit Test Mode. key
Enter Test Mode and then press the key and the key.
The display will show system parameter 30. Use the key to cycle through the system parameters (30 - 40) and then the user parameters (01 - 09). See the previous page for instructions on changing the parameters. Press the return to Test Mode or press the key and the key to exit setup. key to
Enter Test Mode, press the key and the key to enter
Calibration Mode, and then press the key and the key to enter Factory Mode. The display will show factory parameter 99. Use the key to cycle through the factory parameters (50 - 99). See the previous page for instructions on changing the parameters. Press the Mode or press the key and the key to exit setup. key to return to Test
Standard Parameter Settings - User Parameters
Keyword *03 *04 *05 *06 *07 *User Parameter Auto-off timer Display hold timer Communication Communication data Communication speed Character length Parity Stop bit length Default mode (lb/kg) All Cap. 001
* Default settings for the PPC without the RS232 option. For the RS232 default settings, please see the PPC RS232 Operation Manual.
Standard Parameter Settings - System Parameters
Keyword 40 System Parameter System ID Gravity compensation Linearity compensation Steady-state sampling count Steady-state count Polarity steady-state count Steady-state collapse count Steady-state average count Zero tracking timing Neglectable change count Simple test mode All Cap. 003
Keyword Factory Parameter Scale mode Multi-increments Weighing capacity base value (kg) Weighing capacity index value (kg) Increment for lighter range Location of decimal point Type of decimal point Weighing unit Display of weighing unit Weighing capacity base value (lb) Weighing capacity index value (lb) Location of decimal point Pound increment Pound conversion coefficient Zero point range Zero point range on plus side Over scale Display hold function Hold release against increased weight Stable mark Tare function Zero reset under tare operation Power off with ON key Special function for stability Over - under function Tare cancel by Zero key toggle -bat- display toggle Conversion coefficient for lb calibration Center-of-zero ennunciator position Internal resolution 1 timer (ms) 3 timer (ms) Mechanical zero 1 Mechancial zero 2 Span coefficient 1 (small) Span coefficient 2 (small) Span coefficient 1 (large) Span coefficient 2 (large) Regional # and gravity for span adjust. Factory setting - Do NOT change! 2 kg 4 lb auto auto auto auto auto auto auto kg 10 lb auto auto auto auto auto auto auto 000
Standard Parameter Settings - Factory Parameters, Decimal Pounds
10 kg 20 lb auto auto auto auto auto auto auto kg 40 lb auto auto auto auto auto auto auto kg 50 lb auto auto auto auto auto auto auto 000
Keyword Factory Parameter Scale mode Multi-increments Weighing capacity base value (kg) Weighing capacity index value (kg) Increment for lighter range Location of decimal point Type of decimal point Weighing unit Display of weighing unit Weighing capacity base value (lb) Weighing capacity index value (lb) Location of decimal point Pound increment Pound conversion coefficient Zero point range Zero point range on plus side Over scale Display hold function Hold release against increased weight Stable mark Tare function Zero reset under tare operation Power off with ON key Special function for stability Over - under function Tare cancel by Zero key toggle -bat- display toggle Conversion coefficient for lb calibration Center-of-zero ennunciator position Internal resolution 1 timer (ms) 3 timer (ms) Mechanical zero 1 Mechancial zero 2 Span coefficient 1 (small) Span coefficient 2 (small) Span coefficient 1 (large) Span coefficient 2 (large) Regional # and gravity for span adjust. Factory setting - Do NOT change! 2 kg 80 oz auto auto auto auto auto auto auto kg 160 oz auto auto auto auto auto auto auto 000
Standard Parameter Settings - Factory Parameters, Continuous Ounce
10 kg 320 oz auto auto auto auto auto auto auto kg 800 oz auto auto auto auto auto auto auto 000
Keyword Factory Parameter Scale mode Multi-increments Weighing capacity base value (kg) Weighing capacity index value (kg) Increment for lighter range Location of decimal point Type of decimal point Weighing unit Display of weighing unit Weighing capacity base value (lb) Weighing capacity index value (lb) Location of decimal point Pound increment Pound conversion coefficient Zero point range Zero point range on plus side Over scale Display hold function Hold release against increased weight Stable mark Tare function Zero reset under tare operation Power off with ON key Special function for stability Over - under function Tare cancel by Zero key toggle -bat- display toggle Conversion coefficient for lb calibration Center-of-zero ennunciator position Internal resolution 1 timer (ms) 3 timer (ms) Mechanical zero 1 Mechancial zero 2 Span coefficient 1 (small) Span coefficient 2 (small) Span coefficient 1 (large) Span coefficient 2 (large) Regional # and gravity for span adjust. Factory setting - Do NOT change! 2 kg 5 lb-oz auto auto auto auto auto auto auto kg 10 lb-oz auto auto auto auto auto auto auto 000
Standard Parameter Settings - Factory Parameters, Pound and Ounce
10 kg 20 lb-oz auto auto auto auto auto auto auto kg 50 lb-oz auto auto auto auto auto auto auto 000
Parameter Descriptions - User Parameters
Key Word Std Value Function Auto-off timer Display hold timer
Description 000 Disables auto-off. 001~240 Number of minutes unused to activate auto-off. 000 No display hold for changes less than four divisions. 001~030 Display hold duration, in seconds, for changes less than four divisions. 031 No display hold. 000 No serial interface. 001 Specified commands acceptable. 002 Sends zero detection. 003 Sends motion detection. 004 Sends continuously. 000 Net weight (1 batch) 001 Net weight, tare weight, gross weight (1 batch) 002 Net weight, tare weight, gross weight (3 batches) 003 Display content (1 batch) 004 Serial printer format (1 batch) bps bps bps bps bps bps bps bps bits bits 000 Non 001 Odd 002 Even bit bits 000 kg 001 lb/oz
Character length Parity Stop bit length Default mode
The RS-232 serial interface option is only available and legal-for-trade on CPU versions 4.02 and above. See section 4 (Changing the Scale Setup - Test Mode) of this manual for instructions on how to enter test mode and view the CPU version. See the PPC RS232 Operation Manual for more information on using the RS-232 serial interface option.
Parameter Descriptions - System Parameters
Key Word 40 Std Value 003 Function System ID Gravity compensation Linearity compensation Steady-state sampling count Steady-state count Polarity steady-state count Steady-state collapse count Steady-state average count Zero tracking timing Neglectable change count Simple test mode
Description 018 Do not change. 000 No compensation. 001~016 Compensation for a specified area (Japan only.) 017~150 Acceleration due to gravity formula, (mm/s2 )-9700. 000 No compensation. 001~127 Positive compensation. 128~255 Negative compensation. 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~Disable zero tracking 001~255 Zero tracking at specified counts 000~010 Number of counts 000 User parameter valid 001 User parameter invalid 002 User parameter and simple test mode valid 003 User parameter and simple test mode invalid
Parameter Descriptions - Factory Parameters
Key Word 51 Function Scale mode Description
Multi-increments, complex increment mode
Weighing capacity base value Weighing capacity index value Increment for lighter range
Location of decimal point
Type of decimal point Weighing unit
Weighing unit display Weighing capacity base value (pound mode) Weighing capacity index value (pound mode)
000 Fixed single increment. 001 Multi-increments. 002 Do not use. 003 Do not use. 004 Change-over / gram mode - decimal pound mode. 005 Change-over / gram mode - lb/oz mode. 006 lb/oz mode. 007 Change-over / gram mode - continuous ounce mode. 000 Fixed single increment. 001 Fixed accuracy, 3 increments. 002 Fixed accuracy, 2 increments. 003 Increment change at 50% full scale, 2 increments. 004 Increment change at 80% full scale, 2 increments. 005 Increment change at 64% full scale, 2 increments. 006 Increment change at 40% full scale, 2 increments. 000~099 001~0 (No decimal point.) 001 0.0.0.0.Period (.) 001 Comma (,) 000 No unit. 001 g 002 kg 003 lb 004 oz 000 No display. 001 Specified unit displayed. 000 Not used in pound mode. 001~099 000~004
Parameter Descriptions - Factory Parameters (continued)
Key Word 62 Function Location of decimal point (lb , oz or lb/oz mode) Description
<Decimal pound and decimal ounce modes> (No decimal point) 001 0.0.0.0.0000 <Pound/ounce mode> : 0.0 : 0.0 : 0 003~004 Not used. 63 Pound increment 000~Pound conversion coefficient 000 Conversion coefficient = 1.Conversion coefficient = 0.Conversion coefficient = 0.Conversion coefficient = 1.Zero point range 000~Zero point range on plus side 000~Over scale 000~Display hold function 000 No hold 001 Hold for weight more than net + 10 divisions. 002 Hold for weight more than net + 10 divisions, hold key invalid. 003 Hold for weight more than net + 20 divisions. 004 Hold for weight more than net + 20 divisions, #10 invalid. 005 Hold for weight more than net + 20 divisions, hold key invalid, #10 invalid. 69 Hold release against 000 Hold against any increased weight. increased weight 001~005 Hold release against a specified increase. 70 Stable mark 000 Display the stable mark. 001 Stable mark not displayed. 71 Tare function 000 No tare function. 001 One-time tare. 002 Consecutive tare. 72 Zero reset under tare operation 000 Zero reset enabled. 001 Zero reset disabled. 73 Power off with ON key 000 ON key disabled for power off. 001 Power off after pressing ON key for two seconds. 74 Special function for stability 000 No function. 001 Enforcement. 002 EU mode. 75 Over - under feature 000 Disabled. 001 Enabled. *76 Tare cancel by zero key toggle 000 Disabled. 001 Enabled. *77 -bat- display toggle 000 Enabled. 001 Disabled. * These settings are only available with version 4.00 or later.
Key Word *78 *97 Function Conversion coefficient for pound calibration Center-of-zero ennunciator position toggle Internal resolution 1 timer (ms) 3 timer (ms) Description 000 Kilogram calibration for all capacities. 001 Pound calibration for some capacities. See table on page 4. 002 Pound calibration for some capacities. See table on page 4. 000 Alternate. 001 NTEP. 000 Do not use. 001~Do not use. 001~Do not use. 001~255 000~255 Automatically set at span adjustment. 000~255 Automatically set at span adjustment. 000~255 Automatically set at span adjustment. 000~255 Automatically set at span adjustment. 000~255 Automatically set at span adjustment. 000~255 Automatically set at span adjustment. 000~155 Automatically set at span adjustment.
Mechanical zero 1 Mechanical zero 2 Span coefficient 1 (small) Span coefficient 2 (small) Span coefficient 1 (large) Span Coefficient 2 (large) Regional number and gravity for span adjustment 99 Factory setting 000 Always displayed. * Do NOT Change * * These settings are only available with version 4.00 or later.
The scale can check various functions automatically. When a problem is detected, the following messages will be displayed. Solutions are listed in order of decreasing probability and increasing complexity. The batteries are running low. When the batteries are running low, this indicator will come on. Replace all of the batteries with new ones. The batteries are low. When the batteries are too low for accurate operation, this indication will be displayed and the scale may automatically power off. The batteries must be replaced to use the scale. Weight out of range high. When the weighed value is 6 or more divisions heavier than the scales capacity this message will be displayed. Remove any excess weight from the scale platform. Calibrate the scale. Replace the logic board and/or load cell. Weight out of range low. When the weighed value is a few divisions below calibrated zero, this message will be displayed. It is usually displayed when the platform is removed or has something wedged under it. Place the platform on the platform support or remove any objects wedged under the platform. Calibrate the scale. Replace the logic board and/or load cell. Initial error on startup, high. When the initial weight is heavier than the permissible zeroing range and the key is pressed, this message will be displayed. Remove whatever is on the platform and press the key again. Calibrate the scale. Replace the logic board and/or load cell. Initial error on startup, low. When the initial weight is lighter than the permissible zeroing range and the key is pressed, this message will be displayed. It is usually displayed when the platform is removed or has something wedged under it. Place the platform on the platform support or remove any objects wedged under the platform, and press the key again. Calibrate the scale. Replace the logic board and/or load cell.
Weighing sensor error. When the weight detecting circuitry registers an error, this message will be displayed. Turn the power off and then on again. Calibrate the scale. Replace the load cell. Electronic circuitry error. When the operating circuitry registers an error, this message may be displayed. Turn the power off and then on again. Replace the logic board. Calibration points out of range error. Occurs after the scale is calibrated, but the value of the calibration points are outside the range of the software. Confirm that system parameter 78 is set correctly for the weights being used and the capacity of the scale. Verify that the correct weights, 1/2 capacity and full capacity, are being used. Make sure that nothing is restricting the motion of the platform, pressing against the platform or wedged between the upper and lower platform. Remove any sources of vibration or electromagnetic radiation (i.e. - cell phones, power cables, motors, compressors, etc.) Repeat the calibration procedure. Replace the logic board and/or load cell. Electromagnetic disturbance error. This indication is occasionally displayed due to strong static electricity and/or electromagnetic disturbance. Move the scale away from any sources of electromagnetic radiation (motors, generators, power cables, transmitters, etc.) Turn the power off and then on again. If an AC adapter is being used, try using a different power circuit or AC adapter. Replace the logic board.
VI Wiring Diagram
VII Parts List
ITEM 76 PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION Hex Bolt, M4 x 30, 2 kg/4 kg Hex Bolt, M5 x 30, 10 kg/20 kg Hex Head Screw, M3 x 12, 2 kg/4 kg Hex Head Screw, M3 x 12, 10 kg/20 kg Tapping Screw, M3 x 8 Hex Nut, M4, 2 kg/4 kg Hex Nut, M5, 10 kg/20 kg Phillips Screw, M4 x 18, 2 kg/4 kg Phillips Screw, M5 x 18, 10 kg/20 kg Tapping Screw, M3 x 10 Tapping Screw, M3 x 16 Tapping Screw, M4 x 16 Sealing Washer, M4, 2 kg/4 kg Sealing Washer, M5, 10 kg/20 kg Cup Screw, M4 x 40, 2 kg/4 kg Nylon Washer Front Mask Assembly Load Cell Assy, 4 lb/2 kg Capacity Load Cell Assy, 10 lb/4 kg Capacity Load Cell Assy, 20 lb/10 kg Capacity Load Cell Assy, 40 lb/20 kg Capacity Red Wire, 300 mm Black Wire, 430 mm CPU Board Assembly Platform Cover, S. S. Level Indicator Sealing Screw Upper Housing Assembly (includes 17) Lower Housing Platform Support Assembly (includes 38) Platform Support, Lower Lid, Battery Box Cushion, Rubber, Platform Thumbscrew Spring A, Battery Box Spring B, Battery Box Leveling Leg Sticker, 4 lb, 200(W) Sticker, 80 oz, 200(W)-C Sticker, 5 lb, 200(W)-Z Sticker, 10 lb, 200(W) Sticker, 160 oz, 200(W)-C Sticker, 10 lb, 200(W)-Z Sticker, 20 lb, 200(W) Sticker, 320 oz, 200(W)-C Sticker, 20 lb, 200(W)-Z Sticker, 40 lb, 200(W) Sticker, 800 oz, 200(W)-C Sticker, 50 lb, 200(W)-Z Diaphragm Gasket, Display AC Adaptor Plug Gasket, Battery QTY 1
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