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Sartorius 1601 MP 8 Installation And Operating Instructions Manual

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Electronic Analytical Balances
1601 MP 8, 1602 MP 8 und 1612 MP 8
Installation and Operating Instructions

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  • Page 1 Electronic Analytical Balances 1601 MP 8, 1602 MP 8 und 1612 MP 8 Installation and Operating Instructions...
  • Page 2 Electronic Analytical Balances 1601 MP 8, 1602 MP 8 and 1612 MP 8...
  • Page 3 Performance Data 1601 MP 8 1602 MP 8 1612 MP 8 Weighing range 30/160 Readability 0,01/0,1 Taring range (By subtraction) 30/160 Standard deviation ≤ ± 0,1 ≤ ±0,1 ≤ ± 0,02/0,1 ≤ ± 0,2 ≤ ± 0,2 ≤ ± 0,03/0,2...
  • Page 4 Consignment consists of: Line voltage selector (20) electronic analytical balance (1), protective ring Compare factory-set voltage to avaible local line (13), line cable (12), operating mode switch (3), voltage and reset, if necessary. pan (10), shield plate (14), dust cover (15). Resetting the line voltage Installing the pan Pull out and turn the voltage selector (16), and...
  • Page 5 Balance competently assembled Leveling Insert the operating mode switch (3) such that Level the balance using leveling screws (5) and level indicator (9) (On model 1612 MP8, the level “TA” is across from marker. indicator is to right of the pan). Operating mode switch (3) 2.
  • Page 6 3a. Position »CAL« application of internal Semimicro range (30 g/0,01 mg) in pos. »|« »30« calibration weight on 1612 MP8 “CAL” can only be reached via switch position “30 g”. 3b. Position “CAL” application of internal 4. Position “TA” calibration weight on model 1602 MP8 (150 g) Before transporting 1612 MP8, make sure mode and model 1612 MP 8 (30/100 g) switch is set to “TA”...
  • Page 7 Caution: For balance shut-down and prior to connection/disconnection of peripherals, pull power plug!. Autocheck checks the balance for proper function. Defect message appears. as code number in display (8). It tells the service technician where to troubleshoot Taring Stability control (7) Press tare button (6) —...
  • Page 8 (disappears when you push tare button (6) or indicates that microprocessor is completing previous function and not ready for the new job.. Sensitivity adjustment 1601 MP 8 is done with external calibration weight only (see accessories 100g ± 0.15mg).
  • Page 9 Sensitivity adjustment 1602 MP 8 using an Sensitivity adjustment 1612 MP 8 with the external calibration weight. Remove cap from built-in calibration weights calibration button (4). Tare (6) and wait for stability 1. Semimicro range (30 g/0,1 mg) before pressing calibration button (4) Display Clear pan.
  • Page 10 Sensitivity adjustment 1612 MP8 with external Adaptation to application and environment calibration weights For Optimum adaption of the balance to your 1. Semimicro range (30 g/0.01 mg) specific application and operating environment, a Remove cap from calibration switch (4). Clear pan menu program provides selection of the ideal and tare (6).
  • Page 11 C 1 3 1 page line word Balance operating program (active Parameters) Code Digital filter filtration normal C 1 1 1 filtration amplified C 1 1 2 filtration strong C 1 1 3 filtration extreme C 1 1 4 Code Stability range 0,25 digits...
  • Page 12 Menu program locking Slide switch (23) to the left, replace protective cap Loading through top deck Lift up the button on the top swivel deck (19) and on switch. turn this button (18). Below-balance weighing Rotate cover disc (20) by ~180 and the weighing- Data output (22) below hook becomes visible.
  • Page 14 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be printed or translated in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Sartorius AG. Sartorius AG reserves the right to make change to the technology, features, specification and design of the equipment without notice.

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