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MW95A Belt Weigher System

Setup Summary
MW95A_Setup_Summary_SV3.60a EMC INDUSTRIAL GROUP LTD

Applies to transmitter software version number 3.60 onwards
TYPE SERIAL No.
COMPANY TAG No.
PLANT DATE
Quick
Key
Service Setting (password 9713) Field Setting Default/
Group
Address
Basic Settings
Engineering units
2111 units metric/imperial [0=any, 1=metric, 2=imperial] 1 0 8042
2112 weight units (WU)
1
101 (kg) 0 8044
2113 belt speed units (BSU)
2
80 (m/s) 0 8046
2114 flowrate units (FU)
3
164 (t/h) 0 8048
2115 totaliser units (TU)
4
102 (t) 0 8050
2116 length units (LU)
5
20 (m) 0 8052

Measuring range
2121 weight capacity [0.001 to 1,000,000] WU 1000 8060
2122 belt speed capacity [0.001 to 1,000,000] BSU 2.00 8062
2123 flowrate capacity [0.001 to 1,000,000] FU 100 8064

Display resolution
2131 weight divisions [100 to 100,000] 500 0 8070
2132 belt speed divisions [100 to 100,000] 500 0 8072
2133 flowrate divisions [100 to 100,000] 500 0 8074


Inputs
Digital inputs
2211 IN1 function(& state
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pulse input 0 3 8170
6/8xx 2212 IN2 function (& state) acquire zero 16 3 8172
6/8xx 2213 IN3 function (& state) run 2 3 8174
6/8xx 2214 IN4 function (& state) reset total 32 3 8176
8xx
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2215 IN5 function (& state) print 40 3 8178
8xx 2216 IN6 function (& state) print total 41 3 8180
8xx 2217 IN7 function (& state) stop 1 3 8182
8xx 2218 IN8 function (& state) pause 3 3 8184

Tacho & Belt lengths / Direct belt calibration
22211 tacho constant (belt travel for 1000 tacho pulses) [0 to 100] 1.000 8160
22212 platform length LU 1.000 8080
22213 belt unload length LU 0.0 4 8082
22214 belt calibration length LU 10.0 8084
22216 internal belt speed (set to 0 when using tacho) BSU 0.00 4 8272


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Metric: 100=g, 101=kg, 102=t, Imperial: 110=oz, 111=lb, 112=tons
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Metric: 80=m/s, 81=mm/s, 82=cm/s, 83=m/min, Imperial: 90=ft/s, 91=in/s, 92=yd/s, 93=ft/min
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Metric: 160=kg/s, 161=kg/min, 162=kg/h, 163=t/min, 164=t/h, Imperial: 170=lb/s, 171=lb/min, 172=lb/h, 173=ton/min,
174=ton/h
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Metric: 100=g, 101=kg, 102=t, Imperial: 110=oz, 111=lb, 112=tons
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Metric: 20=m, 21=mm, 22=cm, Imperial: 30=in, 31=ft, 32=yd
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Hint line shows state as (on) or (off)
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See I/O Function & Alarm Table page 8. Use negative numbers to reverse the signal sense eg 1=stop (stop when input is on), -
1=NOT stop (stop when input is off).
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Only for MW8xx transmitters
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Quick
Key
Service Setting (password 9713) Field Setting Default/
Group
Address
Tacho & Belt lengths / Tacho cal at known speed
22421 belt speed
9
shows belt speed BSU 8908

Tacho & Belt lengths / Measured belt calibration
22231 known belt length
10
LU 0.000 4 8924
22232 measure tacho constant
11
4 8760
22233 measure unload length
11
4 8926
22234 measure calibration length
11
4 8928
22235 measure reload length
11
4 8930

Loadcell input (platform weight)
2231 AI1 response time [0.04 to 32] s 2.00 1 8120

Loadcell input / Calibration with weights
22321 AI1 zero (remove all weight and set to zero)
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shows platform weight WU 8910
22322 AI1 span (apply span weight and enter weight value)
12
shows platform weight WU 8912

Loadcell input / Direct loadcell calibration
22331 loadcell capacity (sum of capacity of all loadcells)
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WU 1000 1 8122
22332 system sensitivity (average sensitivity of all loadcells) [-20 to 20] mV/V 2.00000 1 8124
22333 deadload (dead weight on loadcells) [-1,000,000 to 1,000,000] WU 0 1 8126

Loadcell input / Dynamic loadcell calibration
22341 dynamic zero (set to 0 to start dynamic zero)
12
shows platform weight WU 1 8914
22342 dynamic span by weight
12
shows platform weight WU 1 8916
22343 dynamic span by belt loading
12
shows belt loading WU/LU 1 8918

Loadcell input / Loadcell signals
22351 AI1 signal mV/V

8700
6/8xx
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22352 loadcell 4/6 wire connection 4 wire or 6 wire

8702
22356 calibration sequence no.

8714

Loadcell input / Excitation adjustment
22361 excitation 1 [-250 to 251] 251 (disabled) 1 8132
22362 excitation 2 [-250 to 251] 251 (disabled) 1 8134
22363 excitation 3 [-250 to 251] 251 (disabled) 1 8136
22364 excitation 4 [-250 to 251] 251 (disabled) 1 8138

Current/Voltage input
16

6/8xx 2241 AI2 current low mA 4.000 2 8140
6/8xx 2242 AI2 current high mA 20.000 2 8142
6/8xx 2243 AI2 voltage low V 0.000 2 8144
6/8xx 2244 AI2 voltage high V 10.000 2 8146
6/8xx
2245 AI2 signal type
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3 2 8148
6/8xx 2246 AI2 signal low
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FU 0 2 8150
6/8xx 2247 AI2 signal high
18
FU 100 2 8152
6/8xx 2248 AI2 current/voltage mA or V 2 8720
6/8xx 2249 AI2 signal FU 2 8722


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Entering a value changes the tacho constant to display the entered belt speed.
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Not retained when power is turned off.
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When in EDIT mode, the 1 key starts & stops the belt measurement.
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Entering a value initiates a calibration
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WARNING: Altering loadcell capacity will NOT change the loadcell calibration, but will re-scale the system sensitivity and deadload
values. Altering the system sensitivity or deadload values WILL change the loadcell calibration
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[-1,000,000 to 1,000,000]
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Only for MT6x and MT8x transmitters
16
Only if option MO-2 fitted
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0=general, 1=weight, 2=belt speed, 3=flowrate, 4=total, 5=belt loading, 6=length, 7=short length, 8=current, 9=voltage
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Signal units are determined by units of AI2 signal type
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Quick
Key
Service Setting (password 9713) Field Setting Default/
Group
Address
Internal Signals
Weight / Basic weight
23111 platform weight WU

8740
23115 belt loading WU/LU

8746

Weight / Weight zeroing
23121 zero range % 2.00 8212
23123 zero tracking band (set to 0 to disable)
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div 0.0 5 8216
23124 un-zeroed weight WU

8750
23125 zeroing progress

8752
23126 zero weight WU 0 8220
23127 zero deviation WU

8756



Flowrate
2331 flowrate correction (increases measured flowrate) % 0.00 8290
2333 flowrate FU

8762
2336 dynamic filter [0=off,1=low,2=medium,3=high] 0 6 8298
2337 flowrate raw FU 6 8764

Totaliser
2341 low flow cutout % 2.0 8310
2342 totaliser max. count rate [0.1 to 1000] Hz 10.0 8312
2343 OUT1 max. count rate (for external counter) [0.1 to 100] Hz 10.0 8314
2344 total weight TU 0.00 8316
2345 running total TU 0.00 6 8318
2346 totaliser digits 6 8320

Limits/Batching / Limit setpoints
23511 setpoint 1 high limit
20
FU 90 7 8330
23512 setpoint 2 low limit
20
FU 10 7 8332

Limits/Batching / Limit sources
23521 setpoint 1 source (modbus address of signal) flowrate 8762 7 8350
23522 setpoint 2 source (modbus address of signal) flowrate 8762 7 8360

Limits/Batching / Batching
23541 batch setpoint TU 0.00 7 8400
23542 batch preact (stop this amount before batch setpoint) TU 0.00 7 8402

Events
2361 event ID 8 8780
2362 event value 8 8782
2364 alarm list (press EDIT to view list of all possible alarms) 8 8920
2365 delay time [0.00 to 300.00] s 0.00 8 8458




Control / Speed demand
23731 speed demand (flow control speed signal) % 8792




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Set in divisions of weight, the smallest weight increment as displayed when setting the weight capacity or weight divisions. [0.0 to 12]
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Signal units are determined by units of setpoint 1 source or setpoint 2 source
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Quick
Key
Service Setting (password 9713) Field Setting Default/
Group
Address
Outputs
Analog output 1 (flowrate)
2411 AO1 source (modbus address of signal) flowrate 8762 10 8520
2412 AO1 signal low FU 0.0 10 8522
2413 AO1 signal high FU FCAP 10 8524
2414 AO1 current low mA 4.000 10 8526
2415 AO1 current high mA 20.000 10 8528
2416 AO1 current (can override output signal) mA 10 8800
2417 AO1 signal (can override output signal) FU 10 8804

Analog output 2 (platform weight)
6/8xx
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2421 AO2 source (modbus address of signal) platform weight 8744 10 8530
6/8xx 2422 AO2 signal low WU 0 10 8532
6/8xx 2423 AO2 signal high WU WCAP 10 8534
6/8xx 2424 AO2 current low mA 4.000 10 8536
6/8xx 2425 AO2 current high mA 20.000 10 8538
6/8xx 2426 AO2 current (can override output signal) mA 10 8802
2427 AO2 signal (can override output signal) WU 10 8806

Digital outputs
2431 OUT1 function (& state
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pulse output 48 11 8550
6/8xx 2432 OUT2 function (& state) running 57 11 8552
6/8xx 2433 OUT3 function (& state) run motor 56 11 8554
6/8xx 2434 OUT4 function (& state) healthy 60 11 8556
8xx
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2435 OUT5 function (& state) weight fault 112 11 8558
8xx 2436 OUT6 function (& state) belt speed fault 113 11 8560
8xx 2437 OUT7 function (& state) material feed 59 11 8562
8xx 2438 OUT8 function (& state) alarm alert 63 11 8564

Communications & Display
Comms port 1 RS232
2511 COM1 baud rate (8 data, no parity, 2 stop) 19200 12 8580
2512 COM1 modbus address [1 to 30] 1 12 8582
2513 COM1 handshake enable [0=disable, 1=enable] 0 12 8584
2514 COM1 error count 12 8810

Comms port 2 RS485
2521 COM2 baud rate (8 data, no parity, 2 stop) 115200 12 8590
2522 COM2 modbus address[1 to 30] 1 12 8592
2523 COM2 error count 12 8812

Interface registers / Registers 1
25411 platform weight 12 8000
25412 belt speed 12 8002
25413 speed demand 12 8004
25414 no function no function 12 8006
25415 total weight 12 8008
25416 flowrate 12 8010
25417 control1 & control2 12 8012
25418 control3 & status1 12 8014
25419 status2 & status3 12 8016
25410 IOx & faults 12 8018


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Only for MT6x and MT8x transmitters
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Hint line shows state as (on) or (off)
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See I/O Function & Alarm Table page 8. Use negative numbers to reverse the signal sense eg 16=motion (output on when weight is
in motion), -16=NOT motion (output off when weight is in motion)
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Only for MW8xx transmitters
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Quick
Key
Service Setting (password 9713) Field Setting Default/
Group
Address
Interface registers / Registers 2
25421 no function 12 8020
25422 no function 12 8022
25423 no function 12 8024
25424 no function 12 8026
25425 speedC 12 8028
25426 ratioC 12 8030
25427 setpointC 12 8032
25428 control2 & control3 12 8034
25429 control1C & control1G 12 8036
25420 no function 12 8038

Printing & Design
2551 print settings and designs
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0 13 8922

Printing & Design / Print options
25521 print continuous rate
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0 13 8610
25522 disable designs [0=off, 1=on] 0 13 8616

Printing & Design / Designs
25531 print key design 13 1000
25532 print total key design 13 1100
25533 print remote design 13 1200
25534 print total remote design 13 1300
25535 times to print 13 1400
25536 print at times design 13 1500
25537 print settings design 13 1600
25538 print continuous design 13 1700

Printing & Design / Design subroutines
25541 system name design 13 2000
25542 print key sub design 13 2100
25543 print total key sub design 13 2200
25544 settings sub design 13 2300
25545 designs sub design 13 2400
25546 heading sub design 13 2500
25547 information sub design 13 2600
25548 user 1 sub design 13 2700
25549 user 2 sub design 13 2800

Printing & Design / Event Designs
25551 capture weight design 13 3000
25552 event design 13 3100
25553 temp 1 0 13 8612
25554 temp 2 0 13 8614
25555 perm 1 0 13 8596
25556 perm 2 0 13 8598
25557 date 13 8830
25558 time 13 8832


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0=press EDIT then use up & down keys to select printout, 1=print quick settings, 2=print main settings, 3=print service settings,
4=print altered settings, 5=print altered designs, 6=print all designs
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0=off, 1=100Hz, 2=50Hz, 3=20Hz, 4=10Hz, 5=5Hz, 6=2Hz, 7=1Hz, 8=2s, 9=5s, 10=10s, 11=30s, 12=1min, 13=2min, 14=5min,
15=10min
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Quick
Key
Service Setting (password 9713) Field Setting Default/
Group
Address
Display (MW99) / keys 0 to 9 locks
25611 key 1 lock.(start)
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2 14 8620
25612 key 2 lock.(volumetric)
27
0 14 8622
25613 key 3 lock.(remote)
27
0 14 8624
25614 key 4 lock.(stop)
27
0 14 8626
25615 key 5 lock.(speed demand)
27
0 14 8628
25616 key 6 lock.(flow)
27
0 14 8630
25617 key 7 lock.(print total)
27
0 14 8632
25618 key 8 lock.(reset total)
27
0 14 8634
25619 key 9 lock.(batch weight)
27
0 14 8636
25610 key 0 lock.(zero)
27
0 14 8638

Display (MW99) / other key locks
25621 decimal point key lock.(print)
27
0 14 8640
25622 back key lock.(-) back key lock (-)
27
0 14 8642
25623 display key lock.(display)
27
0 14 8644
25624 alarm key lock (alarm)
27
0 14 8646

Display (MW99) / menu item locks
25631 menu item 1 lock
27
0 14 8650
25632 menu item 2 lock
27
0 14 8652
25633 menu item 3 lock
27
0 14 8654
25634 menu item 4 lock
27
0 14 8656
25635 menu item 5 lock
27
0 14 8658
25636 menu item 6 lock
27
0 14 8660
25637 menu item 7 lock
27
0 14 8662
25638 menu item 8 lock
27
0 14 8664
25639 menu item 9 lock
27
0 14 8666

Display (MW99) / Display customisation
25641 identification line [0=off to 1=on] 1 14 8608
25642 main line bar graph [0=off to 1=on] 1 14 8668
25643 secondary line options
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1t95 14 8648
25644 display select sourceA 0 14 8600
25645 display select sourceB 0 14 8602
25646 menu sourceA 0 14 8604
25647 menu sourceB 0 14 8606

Information & Resets
Transmitter Information
2611 system name
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Belt Weigher 1

8844
2612 transmitter serial number

8852
2613 software version number

8854
2614 CPU type

8858
2615 CPU circuit number

8856
2616 terminal circuit number

8866

P-Module Information
2621 P-Module serial number

8860
2622 Last version used

8862

Reset settings
2631 reset loadcell calibration (1=reset to defaults) 0 8950
2632 reset comms settings (1= reset to defaults) 0 8952
2633 reset other settings (1= reset to defaults) 0 8954


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0=never locked, 1=locked with pass code access, 2=always locked (pass code = 99)
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1=hide current setpoint, 2=hide total/batch weight, 4=hide material feed stopped icon, 8=hide speed demand bar graph & icons,
32=hide setpoint units, 64=hide total/batch weight units, 128=include total name, 256=include limit icons (For multiple options, add
together the numbers)
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Defined by the system name design at Quick Key 35541
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Quick
Key
Service Setting (password 9713) Field Setting Default/
Group
Address
Reset designs
2641 reset all designs (1=reset to defaults) 0 8956


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I/O Function & Alarm Table
Input & Output Functions
Description
0 no function/pulse input 0
1 stop 1
2 run 2
3 pause 3
4 4
5 volumetric mode 5
6 remote flowrate mode 6
7 7
8 hold flowrate 8
9 hold control 9
10 10
11 11
12 timer enable 12
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17 1
18 2
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20 4
21 set volumetric mode 5
22 reset volumetric mode 6 NOTES
23 toggle volumetric mode 7
24 set remote flowrate mode 8
25 reset remote flowrate mode 9
26 toggle remote flowrate mode 10

To invert signal, use negative value.
e.g. for NOT run, use -2.

IN1 is pulse input, other inputs are no function.
OUT1 only. Other outputs are no function.

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28 timer start 12
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33 totalise 1
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40 print 8
41 print total 9
42 print remote 10
43 print total remote 11
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49 1
50 2
51 3
52 4
53 5
54 in volumetric mode 6
55 7
56 run motor 8
57 running 9
58 paused 10
59 material feed 11
60 healthy 12
61 fault 13
62 alarm 14
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65 holding flowrate 1
66 holding control 2
67 3
68 low flow cutout 4
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76 timer output 12
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Output Functions & Alarms
Description
80 limit 1 output 0
81 limit 2 output 1
82 2
83 3
84 4
85 5
86 6
87 7
88 8
89 9
90 10
91 11
92 12
93 13
94 disable designs 14
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96 IN1 0
97 IN2 1
98 IN3 2
99 IN4 3
100 IN5 4
101 IN6 5
102 IN7 6
103 IN8 7
104 OUT1 8
105 OUT2 9
106 OUT3 10
107 OUT4 11
108 OUT5 12
109 OUT6 13
110 OUT7 14
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Alarm Comments

112 weight fault 0
AI1 out of range: faulty loadcell or wiring
weight too low or too high
113 belt speed fault 1
belt speed too high
belt speed too low
NAMUR sensor fault
114 flowrate fault 2 flowrate too high
115 not filling or discharging 3 material flow may be blocked
116 low flow 4 flowrate setpoint cannot be achieved
117 5
118 6
119 7
120 8
121 9
122 10
123 11
124 12
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128 can't start stop input is on
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130 unable to zero belt is not empty or requires recalibration
131 zero limited signal > 3mV/V
132 span limited signal too low to span
133 belt track error check belt lateral alignment

144 power supply brown out check power supply
145 error at power down totaliser and other data may be invalid
146 setting error at address ####
147 design error
at address ####
excess recursion at address ####

150 processor card alarm
FRAM error: unit requires servicing
COP error: unit requires servicing
RAM error: cycle power and check alarms
controller fault: contact EMC
151 P-Module alarm
FRAM error: unit requires servicing
replace F-Chip with a P-Module
152 terminal card alarm cycle power and check alarms
153 MO1/MO2 card alarm FRAM error: unit requires servicing

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Connections
MW95 Connection Diagram
+
0V
Belt Speed Tacho
output
Totaliser
input
0V
acquire zero
run
reset total
running
healthy
+24V
0V
Power Supply
MAD r1
DB9F
To PC/
PLC
optional sense
(if used, then all -ve
excitations must connect
to -EX1)
MAC
LOADCELL
2
nd
LOADCELL if
used
Power supply fuse
less than 5A
2
3 RXD
TXD
4
7
8
DTR
CTS
RTS
6
5 SG
DSR
print
print total
stop
pause
weight fault
material feed
alarm alert
belt speed fault
flowrate output
platform weight output
run motor
MAP
DB25M
To
Printer
2
3 TXD
RXD
20
4
DSR
CTS
6
7 SG
DTR
MD99d and transmitter can
alternatively be connected
COM1 to COM1 using an
MAC cable.
+12/24V
Power CN1
A1
A2
A3
A4
A7
0V
+D
-D
0V/SCREEN
+EX
L/C 1/3 CN2
B1
B2
B3
B4
B6
B7
-EX1
+SIG
-SIG
+SEN
-SEN
+EX C1
C2
C3
C4
C6
C7
-EX2
+SIG
-SIG
-EX3
-EX4
L/C 2/4 CN3
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
+12/24V
+12/24V
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
+V1
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
0V
0V
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
A7
+5EX
10V
20mA
0V
20mA
0V
CN4 Digital Inputs
ModWeigh MW95 & MT6X or MT8X
MO2 option CN5
AI2
AO2
SUPPLY
A5
A6
20mA
0V
AO1
CN1 I/O
H6
+V2
COM2
0V/SCREEN
AI1
B5
C5 0V/SCREEN
RJ11
RTS
0V
TXD
RXD
0V
CTS
COM1
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
MT8X
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
0V
0V
MT8X
+12/24V
+12/24V
0V/SCREEN
Digital
Inputs
CN5
CN5/6 Digital Outputs
Digital
Outputs
CN7
Input & output
functions are
programmable
+12/24V
Power
1
2
3
4
5
0V
+D
-D
IN7d
MD99d Display
COM2
SUPPLY
7
6 +S
0V
COM1
RJ11
RTS
0V
TXD
RXD
0V
CTS
9
8
0V
IN8d
51
52
53
54
55
56
+12/24V
+12/24V
IN3d
IN4d
IN5d
IN6d
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
+V1
OUT5d
OUT6d
OUT7d
OUT8d
0V
0V
35
36
37
38
33
+5EX
10V
20mA
0V
20mA
0V
MO6
MO4/MO5
AI2d
AO2d
34
31 20mA
0V
AO1d
32
64 0V
Digital
I/O
option
Analog
option
Input & output
functions are
programmable
MW95A only
Belt Speed Tacho
NAMUR
+
-
or
3 WIRE PNP

Keep all wiring separated from mains wiring
Use shielded cable where indicated
All 0V terminals internally connected
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Motor VSD integration
The following diagrams show various methods to connect a ModWeigh to a VSD drive or motor contactor.
VSD Drive, keypad run/stop

VSD Drive, VSD run/stop

VSD drive, start/stop buttons

Motor Contactor, keypad run/stop

Motor Contactor, run/stop buttons

Key


ModWeigh digital output

+

AOx
[INx, input function] ModWeigh digital input
ModWeigh analog output
[OUTx, output function]
motor contactor (mc)
mc
+24V 0V overload
run [INx, 2]
START STOP
mc
disable RUN key
do not use start function
motor contactor
run motor
[OUTx, 56]
+24V
0V
NOT stop [INx, -1]
overload
overload
VSD run input
run motor [OUTx, 56]

+

AOx


+

VSD speed input 4-20mA
+24V 0V
NOT stop [INx, -1]
VSD OK
start [INx, 27]
START
STOP
run [INx,2]
VSD running signal

+

AOx


+

VSD speed input 4-20mA
+24V 0V
disable RUN key
do not use start function
4-20mA
VSD run input
run motor [OUTx, 56]

+

AOx


+

VSD speed input 4-20mA
+24V 0V
NOT stop [INx, -1]
VSD OK
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Run/Stop/Pause Logic
The following table describes how the status is affected by the inputs.
Inputs (Control1) Outputs (Status)
stop run pause start running paused run motor
1 X X X 0 0 0
0 1 0 X 1 0 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 X 1 X NC 1 0
0 0 0 1 0 1
0 0 1 1 1 0

Setpoint & Speed Demand Signals


Flowrate Calculation
06 . 0
100
[%]
1
] [
min] / [ ] [
] / [

=
correction flowrate
m length platform
m speed belt kg weight platform
h t flowrate


AI2 %
AI2d %
set local flowrate [8470]
greater
of
slewrate
limit
setpointC [8032]
current flowrate setpoint [8790]
>=0
ratio [8472]
ratioC [8030]
>=0
X
multiply
remote flowrate [6]
speed demand [8792]
speedC [8028]
AI2 signal [8722]
set local flowrate [8470]
set local flowrate [8470]
calculate
flowrate
% to
signal
PI
Control
Feed
forward

>=0
volumetric mode [5]
manual speed set [120]
+
-
+
+
error [8798]

KEY
Entry Description
0 input or output off
1 input or output on
X dont care (either on or off)
NC no change
rising edge (input turns on)
remains off since last stop
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ModWeigh Design Codes
Code Description
0 end of design

ASCII
1 - 127 standard ASCII characters
128 - 191 reserved


Register Instructions
192 NOP no operation
193 RECALL register register is an ASCII Modbus address (8000 to 8992). It may take the form PpSsRrrrr where p is the port number,
s is the slave address and rrrr is the Modbus register. e.g. P2S3R8074 retrieves data on COM2, slave address 3 at
register 8074. If either the port or slave_address are not specified, the values in the port and slave_address registers
are used (see RECALL <argument>).
194 RECALL <argument> <argument> register <argument> register
1 weight 17 temp 1
2 platform weight 18 temp 2
3 net weight 19 perm 1
4 zero weight 20 perm 2
5 tare weight 21 P_Module serial number
6 total weight 22-100 invalid argument
7 running total 101 with address in VALUE
8 peak weight 102 default_value
9 flow rate 103 minimum_value
10 belt speed 104 maximum_value
11 current flowrate setpoint 105 column
12 speed demand 106 memory
13 COM 2 modbus address 107 register_number
14 print settings & designs 108 port
15 transmitter serial number 109 slave_address
16 flowrate raw 110-225 invalid argument
195 STORE register register is an ASCII Modbus register (8000 to 8992).
196 STORE <argument> <argument> selects register. See RECALL instruction.
197 MENU <argument> <argument> action <argument> action
1 start_menu 5 next_service
2 next_operator 6 next_factory
3 next_quick 7 next_altered
198 DESIGN <argument> <argument> action
1 start_design
2 next_design
3 next_ altered _design


Print Instructions
200 PRINT_VALUE
201 PRINT_NAME
202 PRINT_UNITS
203 PRINT_HINT
204 PRINT_DATE
205 PRINT_TIME
207 PRINT_MENU_HEADING
208 PRINT_MENU_PATH
209 PRINT_QUICK_KEY
212 FORMAT format format is an ASCII format code of the form CcDdBb. c is the column width, d is the number of decimal places and
b is the count by. Any one or combination of the three parts can be included. (e.g. C10d2b5 sets the column width
to 10, the decimal places to 2 and the count by to 5; C10 sets column width to 10). The default is 0.
213 NEWLINE
214 NEWPAGE
215 TAB <column> <column> is a number 1 to 99. Columns are numbered from 0.
218 LIST <design> <design> is number 1 to 99. If <design> = 101, lists design number in VALUE.
219 DUMP <design> <design> is number 1 to 99. If <design> = 101, lists design number in VALUE.
belt speed [m/s]
speed demand [%]
belt speed capacity
100% 20%
10
capacity speed belt
belt speed fault
after 10 sec-
Belt Speed Fault Detection
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Calculation Instructions
220 VALUE number number is an ASCII number (e.g. 123.4) If there
is no number, then the stack is pushed up.
221 ADD VALUE = VALUE + Y
222 SUB VALUE = VALUE + Y
223 MUL VALUE = VALUE + Y
224 DIV VALUE = VALUE + Y
225 MOD VALUE = VALUE + Y
226 SWAP_VALUE_Y VALUE and Y swapped
227 ROLL stack rolled down
230 CLEAR_VALUE VALUE is set to zero
231 CLEAR_ALL VALUE, Y, Z and T all set to 0
232 INC_ VALUE VALUE = VALUE + 1
Calculations are done on a stack in RPN (reverse polish
notation). When a value is entered onto the stack with a
RECALL or VALUE instruction, the other values on the stack
are moved up first.
An instruction like ADD or MUL operates on the values in
VALUE and Y and places the result in VALUE. Z is moved to Y
and T is copied to Z.
The operation follows the values. e.g RECALL <weight>
VALUE 2 MUL., this multiplies the weight by 2.
e.g. 2 + 3 x weight =
VALUE 2 VALUE 3 RECALL <weight> MUL ADD
233 DEC_ VALUE VALUE = VALUE 1

235 CHANGE_SIGN sign of VALUE changed, plus and minus

STACK
RECALL
or
VALUE
ROLL ADD, SUB,
MUL, DIV, MOD
236 ABS absolute value of VALUE T
T lost copied
237 INT integer value of VALUE (e.g. INT(12.54) = 12) Z
238 FIX fixed value of VALUE (e.g. INT(12.54) = 13) Y
VALUE RESULT



Looping and Control Instructions
240 IF <condition> <condition> is a logical expression made up of one or more values and operators evaluated from left
to right. e.g. IN3 OR NOT IN4
<condition> = value [NOT] [operator] [value] [NOT] [operator]
NOT reverses the sense of the value, (e.g. true becomes false).
value test value test
1-127 See I/O Function & Alarm Table 181 end_of_design
182 end_of_menus
151 VALUE>=0 183 new_menu_heading
152 VALUE>0 184 new_menu_path
153 VALUE=0 185 design_altered
154 VALUE<>0 186 clock_active
155 VALUE<0
156 VALUE<=0
157 Y>=VALUE
158 Y>VALUE
159 Y=VALUE operator result
160 Y<>VALUE AND true if both values are true
161 Y<VALUE OR true if either value is true
162 Y<=VALUE
163 VALUE_ALTERED
164 VALUE_NOT_ALTERED
241 IF_EVENT <condition>
242 NOT
243 AND <condition>
244 OR <condition>
245 ELSE
246 END_IF
247 SET_BIT <bit>
248 CLEAR_BIT <bit>
248 TOGGLE_BIT <bit>
<bit> is a value from 1 to 127 from the I/O Function & Alarm Table.
250 GOSUB <design> <design> is a design number from 1 to 99. If design = 101, calls subroutine number in VALUE.
251 STOP
253 LOOP
254 EXIT_WHEN <condition> <condition> see IF instruction
255 END_LOOP

To Access Settings
Press and hold the MENU key until the display beeps and shows Setup menus.
Press the Quick-key number from the chart above to go directly to the setting.
Or use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to select a menu. Quick setup contains the most important
settings. Main setup contains the main settings for commissioning a system. Service setup contains
all the settings including this for servicing. Altered setup displays all settings that are different from
the default.
Use ENTER and BACK to move forward and backwards through the selected menu.
Press and hold the BACK key to exit and return to normal operation.
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To Adjust A Setting
Press the EDIT key to allow changes to the selected setting.
If editing is locked, a password will be requested. For Quick setup and Main setup, the password is
111. For Service setup the password is 9713. For Altered setup there is no password as settings
are display only.
Use the keypad and/or UP and DOWN arrow keys to increase or decrease the displayed setting. Some
settings allow only one method, and some are display only.
Holding either key down will automatically continually increase or decrease the value.
Alarms
An alarm is indicated by the light above the ALARM key flashing. An alarm number will flash in the
display while a fault is active or until it is acknowledged.
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Press the ALARM key to see the Alarms menu and acknowledge the alarms. The menu shows a list of
the previous alarms.
For details on an alarm in the list, use the UP, DOWN and ENTER keys, or key in the number next to
the alarm.
Press BACK to exit the Alarms menu, or press 6 to clear the alarms and exit the menu.
Modbus Access
The Modbus protocol supported is RTU. (ASCII mode is not supported). Transmission is with 8 data
bits, no parity and 2 stop bits. The following function codes are supported;
3 - read holding registers
4 - read input registers
6 - preset single register
16 - preset multiple registers (10 hex)
23 - read/write multiple registers (17 hex)
Data can be accessed as floats (4 bytes) or integers (2 or 4 bytes). Floats are preferred as the data is
stored in engineering units. The following table shows how the addresses shown in the setup sum-
mary are translated into Modbus register addresses. (Note with Modbus protocol, the actual address
transmitted is one less than the register address. With some systems, you must specify an address
one less than expected).

The interface registers starting at address 8000 contain the most common data required for Modbus
access.
Modbus registers are 2 bytes, so 4 byte floats or 4 byte integers are stored in two consecutive regis-
ters.
The following tables provide information for Modbus access to the transmitter.
Address Data description
1000 to 4999 Design strings (contains printouts and programs)
8000 to 8029 Interface registers (PLC access)
8030 to 8699 Configuration settings (full instrument calibration)
8700 to 8899 Data outputs (values produced by the instrument)
8900 to 8999 Activations (when set, a process is activated)
Address Modbus Register Address Data description
1000 to 4999 Address 1000 to 4999 Design strings
8000 to 8999 6000 + (Address - 8000) / 2 6000 to 6599 Integer (16 bit) (limited by integer range)
8000 to 8999 7000 + (Address - 8000) 7000 to 7999 Long integers (32 bit words)
8000 to 8999 Address 8000 to 8999 Float (IEEE 4 byte reals)



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Refer to the ALARM list for the alarm numbers, page 9.