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Service Instructions

FX210/FX220

76102-646 Issue 3

ENGLISH

12.04.00

Table of Contents

Table of contents
Removing the covers Installing expansion boards Installing a head-up display Status display Error messages Configuring the scale Management mode Restricted service access Full service access Verification mode Exiting from full or restricted service access Navigating service mode Product configuration branches Branch 0 - Edit counter Branch 5 - Typical configurations Branch 6 - Weighing functionality Branch 7 - Weighing limits Branch 08 - Gravity compensation Branch 09 - Weight display Branch 19 - Bleeper functions Branch 20 - Power saving Branch 29 - Key press duration Branch 60 - Tares Branch 61 - Currencies Branch 62 - Main currency Branch 63 - Main currency, dual currency conversion Branch 64 - Alternate currency (Euros) Branch 100 - PLUs Calibration Aborting calibration Euro conversion procedure Replacing a head-up display 30kg scales Stiffener plate Base covers Illustrated parts list Head-up display Wiring diagram
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Removing the covers

Removing the covers

C B

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Disconnect the power supply from the scale. Remove the weighplate. Break the tamper seal. Remove the screw (A) and remove the expansion board cover. Remove the feet (and the springs if the scale is a 30kg machine). Remove the screw (B) at the front edge of the scale. Carefully lever the clips holding the cover using a flat-bladed screwdriver.

Note: When replacing the cover, if either of the clips are damaged an M6 machine or self-tapping screw (C) can be used to hold the cover in place.

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Installing expansion boards

Installing expansion boards


Refer to the fitting instructions included with each expansion board for details on configuration settings. 1. Connect the wiring loom to the expansion boards.

2.

Remove the cover and place the boards in their correct slots.

3.

Break off the appropriate blanking plate and replace the cover.

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Installing a head-up display

Installing a head-up display


1. 2. Disconnect the FX from the mains power supply, or remove the battery pack. Using a flat-bladed screwdriver, remove the blanking plate from the back of the FX.

3.

Attach the display using the two slotted screws. Carefully insert the plug from the display into the socket at the back of the FX.

Note: Do not push the connector into the socket too hard as you may damage the socket.

4.

Replace the blanking plate, and reconnect the power supply.

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Status display

Status display
The status display shows some basic information about the scale. to view this information, press the display test key twice:

Top row 0 1 2 3

Middle row Boot block product code Application block product code Configuration block product code Product configuration checksum status: 0 - OK 1 - Checksum failed Mains/battery voltage Secondary calibration counter Cause of last reset: 0 - Power down 1 - Watchdog 2 - Clock monitor

Bottom row Boot block version number Application block version number Configuration block version number Product configuration edit counter

4 5 6

Blank Blank Blank

If you need to contact your authorised service agent for advice, please make a note of all the settings shown.

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Error messages

Error messages

Temporary error

Weight unsteady

Balance failed

Under range

Over range

Disconnect then reconnect the power supply. Battery failure - replace the batteries (do not use NiCad batteries). Power supply voltage too high. Make sure the correct power supply is being used (see page 28). E15 Disconnect then reconnect the power supply. E19 Software download tool error. Try downloading the application again. E20 Disconnect then reconnect the power supply, if the error reappears, you will need to replace the load cell (see page 28). E21 This could be caused by excessive vibration or an incorrect service calibration. Either adjust the filters (see page 11), or re-calibrate the scale (see page 20). E30 Management/service mode not exited correctly. Re-enter service mode, select the value to be changed, change the value and go to the next branch or sub-branch to accept the change. E35 An invalid configuration for the scale has been given in branch 5, re-enter the configurations (see page 10). E 36 An invalid capacity for the scale has been given in branch 5. Re-enter the configurations (see page 10). E40* The weight used for user-calibration is unsteady, re-calibrate the scale. E41* An incorrect weight is being used for user-calibration, use the correct weights E42* User calibration is not available for this scale. E100 Invalid PLU contents, re-program the PLU. E101 Transaction failed. E102 PLU write failed. The PLU has been protected in management mode. E103 Tare failed, re-program the tare. E110* The counting piece-weight is greater than 10% of the capacity of the scale. E151 A change to the configuration has failed, reprogram the configuration. E152 User does not have access to this item (in management mode). * These errors should not occur for retail scales.

E5 E10 E11

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Configuring the scale

Configuring the scale


There are three ways to configure the scale: Management mode Restricted service access Full service access

Verification mode

Configuration menus

Service calibration

Management mode
This mode allows the user to configure a few branches of the scale. Because the configurations can be different for each scale, refer to the User Instructions for details on the branches available. To enter management mode: 6231 To exit management mode:
C

Restricted service access


This will allow you to see all of the scales configuration. You will not be able to alter the branches that are marked as 'Full service access only', if you attempt to change these configurations you will see an error message (E 152).

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Configuring the scale To enter restricted service access:

The scale will now be in verification mode (see below).

Full service access


This will give full access to the scales configuration. 1. Unplug the scale from the power supply. 2. Break the security seal and carefully remove the blanking plate.

3. 4.

Plug the service tool (part number 18165-140) into the side of the scale. Replace the weighplate and re-connect the power supply. The scale will now be in verification mode (see below).

Verification mode
Verification mode will display the weight to four decimal places, and zero tracking will be disabled. To go to the configuration menus:

If you need to return to verification mode at any time, press:

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Configuring the scale

Exiting from full or restricted service access


To exit:

E
Long Press

You will need to disconnect the power supply, (remove the service tool if you are in full service access) and reconnect the power supply. Note: If you do not exit service mode correctly you will see an E 30 error message.

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Navigating service mode

Navigating service mode


Each configuration setting consists of a value and a location, the location consists of a Branch number and a Sub-branch number. Branch Sub-branch For example: Branch 5 = Weighing capacity 5.07 Sub-branch 05 = Primary Capacity units Value 129 = lb 129
Value

Function Go to the next branch. Go to the next sub-branch. Go to the previous branch. * Go to the previous sub-branch. * Go to branch 00. Select value to be changed. Change the value. Note: After changing a value, you must go to the next branch or sub-branch to accept the change.

Key
Long press Short press Long press Short press

C C
7 5 1 C 8 5 2 0 9 6 3 00

Long press short press Enter a value*

or
Short press

Increment the value X10. Exit service mode. If you are using the service tool, disconnect the power supply from the scale and remove the tool before reconnecting the scale to the power supply * This key may not be available on some products.

Long press

Long press

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Product configuration branches

Product configuration branches


Note: For older application block versions (0-5-0 or earlier) some branches or sub-branches are not available.

Branch 0 - Edit counter


Sub-branch
00 - Default user mode

Value This counter is automatically incremented whenever the product configuration has been altered.

Branch 5 - Typical configurations


Full service access only. Note: If you enter an incorrect value for these configurations you will see an E 30 or E35 error - re-enter the correct values.
Capacity
12lbx0.002lb 15lbx0.005lb 30lbx0.005 30lbx0.01lb 60lbx0.01lb 60lbx0.02lb 6kgx1g 6kgx2g 7.5kgx1g 12kgx2g 15kgx2g 15kgx5g 30kgx5g 30kgx10g 6kgx1g/ 12lbx0.002lb 6kgx2g/ 12lbx0.005lb 12kgx2g/ 25lbx0.005lb 15kgx5g/ 30lbx0.01lb AVR 6kgx2/ 15kgx5

00
12000 15000 30000 30000 60000 60000 6000 6000 7500 12000 15000 15000 30000 30000 6000 6000 12000 15000 6000

01
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15000

02
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

03
1 2 2 3 3 4 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 3 0 1 1 2 1

Sub-branch numbers 04 05 06 07 08
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 129 129 129 129 129 129 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12000 12000 25000 30000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

09
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

11
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

12
100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

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Product configuration branches

Branch 6 - Weighing functionality


Full service access only. Sub-branch
00 - Zero indicator. This determines when the gross zero indicator appears on the display.

Value
0101357Gross zero appears when the range is between 0.25 divisions. Gross zero appears when the range is between 0.5 divisions. Disabled. Fast wide. Slow wide. Fast narrow. Slow narrow. Disabled. No test performed. -5 to 15%. -2 to 2%.

01 - Zero tracking. This is used to account for minor weight changes over time. For example, when weighing in dusty environments.

002 - Balance on power up. When powered up, the scale determines if it is within its previous 1 3balance range, if it is, it looks at sub-branch 03. If it is not a balance failed indicator will appear. A typical example of an error is if the scale is powered up without the weighplate on the scale. 03 - Automatic zero self balance. If enabled, the 0 1scale will automatically perform a balance. 04 - Dual capacity switching. 05 - Weight return to zero. When a weight has been removed from the scale, this determines how near to zero the scale must be before displaying the zero indicator. 06 - Hysteresis. This is used to prevent the weight display from flickering between the top of one weight increment and the bottom of the next. 07 - Normal balance range. This is percentage of the capacity that the zero can move away from the power up balance due to zero tracking, automatic or manual balance. 08 - Filters. If the scale is in an environment where there is vibration, for example in a mechanical workshop, filters can be applied so that the weight display remains steady. The stronger the filter the longer the display will take to display a weight. 09 - Minimum test weight for customer calibration. Not available. 10 - Maximum correction from customer calibration. Not available. 0101-

Disabled. Enabled. Allowed for all weight ranges. Only allowed at gross zero. Gross zero division. Between 0 and 20 divisions.

01-

Disabled. Enabled.

0 - 200 Primary capacity (%) multiplied by 2. For example, 200 = 100% 50 = 25%. 0 - Default filter (3). 1 -8 1 = Slight filter, 8 = Strong filter.

0 - 200 Capacity (%) multiplied by 2. 0 - 255 divisions.

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Product configuration branches Sub-branch


11 - Alternate Units. This will convert the displayed weight into the selected units. 12 - Weight steady. The weight must remain within the given range for a set amount of time before the weight is displayed.

Value
0120123456701Disable alternate units. USA decimal Pounds. Grams. 0.1 divisions. 0.25 divisions. 0.5 divisions. 1 divisions. 1.5 divisions. 2 divisions. 3 divisions. 5 divisions. Allow any tare increment. Tare increment must be a multiple of the weight increment.

13 - Tare increment. This sets the tare value that can be accepted by the scale. For example, on a 15kg x 5g scale if the tare increment is set to 1, then the tare weight must be a multiple of 5g. If the tare weight is not a multiple, then the scale will not accept the tare. 14 - Automatic re-tare. This sets the percentage of a tare within which subsequent tares will also be allowed without having to press the tare key. This is generally used where there is minor weight variation between containers. For example, cardboard boxes.

0 - Disable automatic re-tare. 1 - 200 tare range (%) multiplied by 2. For example, 200 = 100% 50 = 25%

Branch 7 - Weighing limits


Full service access only. Sub-branch
00 - Minimum weight. This restricts the weight display so that it remains blank until the minimum weight has been exceeded.

Value
0 - 65535 divisions. This is the minimum weight (shown on the overlay) divided by the minimum weight increment (e). 0 - 65535 divisions.

01 - Under range limit. If the scale is set to display negative values (Branch 9 sub-branch 00) the weight display remains blank until the negative weight has been exceeded.

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Product configuration branches

Branch 08 - Gravity compensation


Full service access only. Sub-branch
00 - Calibration gravity factor. This is the gravity factor of the location where the scale has been calibrated. 01 - Site gravity factor. This is the gravity factor of the location where the scale is to be used.

Value
As published by the support office of your national distributor. Minimum value = 975000 Maximum value = 985000 You must enter a six digit value as the gravity factors are automatically set to five decimal places.

If the scale is to be calibrated and used in the same gravity zone, then both gravity factors should be set to 0. If you intend to calibrate the scale and then send the scale to a different gravity zone, you must enter the calibration and site gravity factors. If you do not know the site gravity factor, you must enter the calibration gravity factor and send a note with the scale stating that the site gravity factor is to be entered and needs to be re-verified and stamped before being sold to the customer. Note: Once the calibration and site gravity factors have been entered, the scale may not weigh correctly until the scale is at the site.

Branch 09 - Weight display


Full service access only. Sub-branch
00 - Blank net weight display. This sets the display to either show a negative net weight or to blank the display when a tare is created and then removed from the scale. 01 - Weight decimal marker type.

Value
01Negative net weight display. Blank net weight display.

01-

Comma. Decimal point.

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Product configuration branches

Branch 19 - Bleeper functions


Sub-branch
00 - Bleep when below zero. 01 - Keyboard bleep. 02 - Target bleep. 03 - Error bleep. 04 - Bleeper volume.

Value
0101010101Disabled. Enabled. Disabled. Enabled. Disabled. Enabled. Disabled. Enabled. Quiet. Loud.

Branch 20 - Power saving


Sub-branch
00 - Backlight timeout. This is the length of time between the last scale activity and the backlight being deactivated.

Value
012340123Permanently off. 5 seconds. 1 minute. 5 minutes. Permanently on. No sleep timeout. 1 minute. 5 minutes. 30 minutes.

01 - Sleep timeout. This is the length of time between the last scale activity and the scale going into 'SLEEP' mode.

Branch 29 - Key press duration


Sub-branch
00 - Long key press duration.

Value
1 - 255 milliseconds X10 (E.g. 200 = 2sec).

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Product configuration branches

Branch 60 - Tares
Sub-branch
00 - Tare balance interlock. This determines whether the scale allows the zero key to be used while a tare is active. 01 - Tare cancelling. This determines the method of cancelling a tare.

Value
0101Manual balance is disabled whilst any tare is active. Manual balance clears all the tares before balancing. Retained. A retained tare will not be cancelled until all the weight is removed from the scale and the tare key pressed. Semi -self cancelling. These tares are automatically cancelled when both the tare and the goods are removed from the scale. The tare can be manually cancelled before entering a unit price by removing all the weight from the scale and pressing the tare key. Canadian/US price tare cancel. These tares are automatically cancelled when both the tare and the goods are removed from the scale. The tare cannot be manually cancelled until a unit price is entered and the transaction completed. Disable tare cancelling with tare key. Enable tares to be cancelled with the tare keys. Disabled. Enabled. Disabled. Enabled. Disabled. Enabled. Disabled. Enabled. PLU tares can only be programmed in management mode. PLU tares can be programmed from active tares.

Note: See also, branch 6 sub-branch 13 - tare increment, and branch 6 sub-branch 14 - automatic re-tare.

3-

02 - Tare cancelling with Tare keys. This enables or disables tare cancelling using the tare key. 03 - Keyboard entered tares*. 04 - Cumulative tare. If enabled, tares can be added together. 05 - PLU tare*. If enabled, a tare can be included in a PLU. 06 - PLU proportional tare*. If enabled, a proportional tare can be included in a PLU. This is compulsory in Canada. 07 - Programming PLU tares*. This determines whether PLU tares can be programmed using a PLU hot key.

010101010101-

* These are not legal for European scales.

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Product configuration branches

Branch 61 - Currencies
Sub-branch
00 - Default price base. 01 - Enable numeric key timeout. This determines whether there is a time restriction for entering numbers using the keyboard. 02 - Numeric key timeout. This sets the maximum time for entering consecutive numbers on the keyboard. For example, if you press '2' then '3' rapidly the display will show '23'. if you press '2' then '3' slowly the display will show '2' and then '3'. 03 - Unit price cancelling. This determines whether the unit price is cancelled when the net weight returns to zero. 04 - Default currency. This determines whether the scale looks at branch 62 or branch 64. This branch is used by the Euro conversion procedure (see page 22). 05 - Price base switching. Depending on the software used, this enables or disables price base switching or the X2 and X4 and ADD keys.

Value
0101Lower. For example, 100g. Upper. For example, kg. Disabled. Enabled.

1 - 255 milliseconds x10.

0101-

Self cancelling. Retained. Main currency (branch 62). Alternate currency (branch 64).

0 1 2 3

Disable price base switching. Enable price base switching only when weighing in metric units. Enable price base switching only when weighing in imperial units. Enable price base switching when weighing in metric or imperial units.

Branch 62 - Main currency


This is the default currency display. Sub-branch
00 - Unit price decimal places. 01 - Unit price thousands separator. 02 - Price decimal marker. 03 - Unit price trailing dummy zero. 04 - Total decimal places. 05 - Total thousands separator.

Value
0 - 3 decimal places. 01010101Disabled. Enabled. Comma. Decimal point. Disabled. Enabled. Disable thousands separator for total price and add total. Enable thousands separator for total price and add total.

0 - 3 decimal places.

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Product configuration branches Sub-branch


06 - Total price rounding. 07 - Add total rounding. 08 - Dual currency display decimal places. 09 - Dual currency display thousands separator. 10 - Dual currency display decimal marker. 11 12 13 14 15 1st character of dual currency string. 2nd character of dual currency string. 3rd character of dual currency string. 4th character of dual currency string. 5th character of dual currency string. (must be 0)

Value
0 - No rounding. 1 - 255 Round up or down to nearest 1-255. 0No rounding. 1-255 (Round by). 0 - 3 decimal places. 0101Disabled. Enabled. Comma. Decimal point. A - 65 B - 66 C - 67 D - 68 E - 69 F - 70 G - 71 H - 72 I - 73 J - 74 K - 75 L - 76 M - 77 N - 78 O - 79 P - 80 Q - 81 R - 82 S - 83 T - 84 U - 85 V - 86 W - 87 X - 88 Y - 89 Z - 90

0 - 30 1 - 31 2 - 32 3 - 33 4 - 34 5 - 35 6 - 36 7 - 37 8 - 38 9 - 39

16 - Dual currency price rounding.

0 - No rounding. 1 - 255 Round by...

Branch 63 - Main currency, dual currency conversion


This is the conversion rate between a countries main currency and (branch 62) and the alternate currency (branch 64). Typically this is used to switch between a countries main currency and Euros. Sub-branch
00 - Digits. 01 - Decimal places.

Value
0 - 999,999. 0 - 6 decimal places.

For example: The Italian conversion rate is 1936.27 Sub-branch 00 = 193627 Sub-branch 01 = 2 To be legal, the conversion rate for the Euro must be entered to 6 significant digits.

Branch 64 - Alternate currency (Euros)


When the alternate currency key is pressed, the scale will use this configuration to display the price. Sub-branch
00 - Unit price decimal places.

Value
0 - 3 decimal places.

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Product configuration branches Sub-branch


01 - Unit price thousands separator. 02 - Price decimal marker. 03 - Unit price dummy zero. 04 - Total decimal places. 05 - Total thousands separator.

Value
01010101Disabled. Enabled. Comma. Decimal point. Disabled. Enabled. Disable thousands separator for total price and add total. Enable thousands separator for total price and add total.

0 - 3 decimal places.

06 - Total price rounding. 07 - Add total rounding. 08 - Dual currency display decimal places. 09 - Dual currency display thousands separator. 10 - Dual currency display decimal marker. 11 12 13 14 15 1st character of dual currency string. 2nd character of dual currency string. 3rd character of dual currency string. 4th character of dual currency string. 5th character of dual currency string. (must be 0)

0 - No rounding. 1 - 255 Round up or down to nearest 1-255. 0No rounding. 1-255 (Round by). 0 - 3 decimal places. 0101Disabled. Enabled. Comma. Decimal point. A - 65 B - 66 C - 67 D - 68 E - 69 F - 70 G - 71 H - 72 I - 73 J - 74 K - 75 L - 76 M - 77 N - 78 O - 79 P - 80 Q - 81 R - 82 S - 83 T - 84 U - 85 V - 86 W - 87 X - 88 Y - 89 Z - 90

0 - 30 1 - 31 2 - 32 3 - 33 4 - 34 5 - 35 6 - 36 7 - 37 8 - 38 9 - 39

16 - Dual currency price rounding.

0 - No rounding. 1 - 255 Round by...

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Product configuration branches

Branch 100 - PLUs


The branch number for a PLU = 100 plus the PLU number. For example PLU 5 = 105, PLU 19 = 119 Sub-branch
00 - Unit price. 01 - Tare value. 02 - Proportional tare. 03 - PLU price base.

Value
0 - 9999999 01No static tare Tare value

0 - No proportional tare Value divided by 10. For example, 335 = 33.5% 4 = Lower 5 = Upper

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Calibration

Calibration
You will only be allowed to calibrate the scale when using full service access. 1. Unplug the scale from the power supply. 2. Break the tamper seal, carefully remove the blanking plate and plug the service tool into the side of the scale.

3. 4. 5. 6.

Replace the weighplate and re-connect the power supply. Check that the gravity factors are correct (see page 13). Place a full load on the scale and remove it several times in order to 'exercise the scale'. Enter calibration mode:
CAL 0.0005

7.

Make sure there is no load on the scale.


CAL 1 0.0005

8.

Place a half load on the scale.


CAL 2 10.5476

9.

Place a full load on the scale.


CAL 3 19.8754

10. Remove half the load.


CAL 4 10.5476

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Calibration 11. Remove all the load.


CAL 5 1.7155

done 1.7155

12. The calibration procedure is now complete. 13. Disconnect the scale from the power supply. 14. Remove the service tool from the side of the scale and reconnect the power supply.

Aborting calibration
If you attempt to abandon the calibration procedure you will see:
CAL

You must start the calibration procedure again.

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Euro conversion procedure

Euro conversion procedure


To convert the scale to use Euros: 2002
C
Euro

ALT

Remove the national currency sticker to reveal the Euro symbols:

kg

The scale will now use the Euro as the default price base. To view the national currency, press the Euro key. To change the scale back to using the national currency as the default price base, change branch 61, sub-branch 04 to a value of 0.

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Replacing a head-up display

Replacing a head-up display


1. 2. Slide the collar down the column. Gripping the headup display firmly, press hard at the two points marked A, and break open the covers:

A A

On

B
On

1 2
3. 4. 5. 6.

1 2

Disconnect and remove the damaged display. For the new display, make sure that both dip-switches are in the ON position. Fit the new display, making sure that the loom is connected to socket 'B'. Snap the covers together and re-fit the collar.

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30kg scales

30kg scales
For 30kg scales, a stiffener plate must be used.

Stiffener plate
M8x16mm (x4) 13811-151 Foot spring 64413-112 30kg stiffener plate 65651-706

Base covers
If you need to replace a damaged base cover, break off all four cut-outs from the new cover before replacing.

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Illustrated parts list

Illustrated parts list


M4x6mm 13755-113 Foot (x4) 61664-151 Base cover/ Expansion board cover 70221-172 M4x6mm 13758-406 Spring (30kg) 64413-112

M6x16mm (x4) 13756-105 T701 Load cell See table for details Stiffener plate 65556-110 Structural cover moulding 61333-219

Blanking plate 65379-482 Battery box cover 61225-153 Software sealing plug 61225-141 Sealing Label 67814-286 28 way keyboard 70785-965 Price computing LCD (non-backlit) 70658-231 (backlit) 70658-232 Cover plug 18137-598 Display window 61768-104 Cross rubber (x4) 68488-102

Overload stops (x8) 62837-107 Spacer 65331-342 Cross 68481-145 M6x12mm (x3) 13811-138 Spirit level 68777-106 Weighplate 68412-592

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Illustrated parts list

Head-up display
Front display housing 61226-265

Display window 61768-104

M4x10mm (x2) Self-tapping 15838-015 LCD display 70658-231 Back display housing 61226-266

M4x19mm (x3) 13838-044 Retaining plate 65543-401 Housing collet 633543-401 Column 61656-179 M5 slotted screw (x2)

Bracket 61728-124

Bracket cover 61225-142 M4x19mm (x3) 13838-044

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Illustrated parts list

Wiring diagram
Battery holder 18137-268 Mains adaptor See table for details *Non-backlit display 70658-231 *Backlit display 70658-232

Expansion card

70785-955

Expansion card Tower Display* Expansion card 70734-913 Load cell See table for details Display*

70734-896

70734-895

Keyboard 70785-965

Display* 70734-912

Display board settings On On

Customer display

1 2

Vendor display

1 2

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Illustrated parts list Power supplies Country UK UK USA USA Europe Europe Load cells Country Canada Canada Europe Europe General export General export Turkey Turkey USA USA Weight only Weight only Blank Blank Part number 70718-367 70718-377 70718-365 70718-375 70718-371 70718-381 70718-368 70718-378 70718-366 70718-376 70718-370 70718-380 70718-623 70718-385 Note 15kg price computing 30kg price computing 15kg price computing 30kg price computing 15kg price computing 30kg price computing 15kg price computing 30kg price computing 15kg price computing 30kg price computing 15kg weight only 30kg weight only Blank 15kg - No software Blank 30kg - No software Part number 70682-256 70682-259 70682-257 70682-260 70682-258 70682-261 Note Low current High current Low current High current Low current High current

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Index

Index
30kg scales 30kg stiffener plate 24 24 17 14 20 - 21 10 6-8 1 16 27 10 5 22 17 8 2 7 13 3, 23, 26 25 - 28

K L

Key press duration Load cells

14 28 16 - 17 6 9 25 - 28 19 14 28 6 7 6 4 12, 15 7 11 12 13 27

A B C

Alternate currency Bleeper functions Calibration Configurations Configuring the scale Covers Currencies

Main currency Management mode

N P

Navigating service mode Parts list PLUs Power saving Power supplies

D E

Display board settings Edit counter Error messages Euros Conversion procedure Euros - Alternate currency Exiting service mode Expansion boards

Service access Full Restricted Status display

Tares

Verification mode

Full service access

G H I

Gravity factors Head-up display Illustrated parts list

Weighing functionality Weighing limits Weight display Wiring diagram

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This document contains a general guide only of the product and shall not form any contract unless specifically agreed by Avery Berkel in writing in each case on the Order Acknowledgment. The specification of the products described herein may vary from time to time and may be altered without notice.

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