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Sartorius Factory Series
FB and FBG Models
Electronic Precision Scales
Operating Instructions
98648-006-47
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  • Page 1 98648-006-47 Sartorius Factory Series i a l h n o l o g I n d u s t r i n g T e c W e i g h FB and FBG Models Electronic Precision Scales Operating Instructions...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Intended Use Contents Warnings and Safety Precautions Intended Use ......2 The Factory Series from Sartorius offers precision scales with This scale has been constructed Contents ........2 capacities ranging between 1 mg in accordance with the European Warnings and and 64 kg for measurement of mass.
  • Page 3: Operating Design

    Operating Design Operating Design Keys Display The scales in the Factory Series The functions used most often The display is divided into six consist of a weighing cell and a are assigned to their own specific sections: display and control unit. keys.
  • Page 4 Additional information is displayed Interface Port Input in the text line. See the chapter Instead of a printer, you may choose Numeric Input entitled “Configuring the Scale” for to connect a different peripheral a detailed description of all To enter numbers: device, e.g.
  • Page 5: Getting Started

    +0 °C …+40 °C the date of installation, and return operating conditions. When The packaging has been designed the card to your Sartorius office choosing a location to set up your to ensure that the scale will not be or dealer.
  • Page 6 Mounting the Display and Control Unit You can mount the display and control unit in one of 3 ways: – on the column, which is then fastened to the back of the scale – on the retainer, which is then fastened to the front of the scale –...
  • Page 7 Getting Started Fastening the Display and Control Unit to the Front of the Weighing Platform or Mounting it Separately Turn the scale over and place it on a cushioned surface to prevent damage to the weighing system Fasten the retainer to the display and control unit using the two Phillips head screws 1 (M4x12) Fastening the display and control unit to the weighing platform: Fasten the retainer with the two Phillips head screws 2 (M4x12) to the...
  • Page 8 Installing the Display and Control Unit on the Retainer § Turn the scale over and place it on a cushioned surface to prevent damage to the weighing system § Remove the column retainer from the scale § Fasten the display and control unit retainer to the display and control unit using the 2 Phillips head screws supplied (1) (M4x8) §...
  • Page 9 Getting Started Installing the Components FB06BBE-S Place the following components on the scale in the order given below: – Dust cover – Place the shield ring on the scale and turn it counterclockwise until it is securely positioned in place –...
  • Page 10 Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Sartorius AG could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. The AC adapter rated to Class 2 can be plugged into any wall outlet without requiring any additional safety precautions.
  • Page 11 Getting Started Antitheft Locking Device k Only for models FB06BBE-S, FB6CCE-H, FB2CCE-S, FB12CCE-S, FB6CCE-S To fasten an antitheft locking device, use the lug located on the back of the scale. Secure the scale at the place of installation, e.g., with a chain or a lock Leveling the Scale Purpose: –...
  • Page 12: Configuring The Scale Setting The Language

    Configuring the Scale Setting the Language ’Info’ Display Purpose Available Features Purpose You can configure your Factory scale You can choose from 5 languages To have information about the to meet individual requirements by for the information display: equipment displayed. entering user data and setting 1 German parameters in the Setup menu.
  • Page 13: Entering User Data (input)

    Configuring the Scale Factory Settings Enter/Change Password Entering User Data (Input) Password: No designation Select the Setup menu: Purpose Press M If no password has been assigned, To display, input or change user anyone can access the “Setup: > The soft keys Info, Menu and data.
  • Page 14 Practical Example Enter “Workstation 234” as Scale ID; Display and Print Other User Data Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select Setup menu, then Input; see Preparation Display scale workstation ID (in this example: no ID number exists) 2. Enter the first letter of the scale 13th through 20th digits of ID displayed workstation ID z(- a -)b...
  • Page 15 Configuring the Scale Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output Display lot number 13th through 20th digits displayed (In this example: 09-10-96/ABC1) 10. Display 5th through 12th digits of lot no. 11. Display other user data xyYX – Weight set no. – Exact calibration weight –...
  • Page 16: Setting Parameters (menu)

    Preparation Additional Functions Setting Parameters (Menu) Select the Setup menu: Exit the menu: Press M Purpose Press M > Restart the application To configure the scale; i.e., > The Info, Menu and Input soft adapt the scale to individual keys are displayed in the text line requirements by choosing from Print parameter settings: a list of parameter options in...
  • Page 17 Configuring the Scale Practical Example Select the Counting Application Program Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select Setup menu info--menu--input 2. Select Scale Functions Menu soft key group code (Menu) w/[TOGGLE] 3. Select the Application Prog. group 4. Confirm Application Program (2nd menu level) 5.
  • Page 18 Setup Parameters (Overview) o Factory setting √ User setting = setting not applicable in scales verified for use in legal metrology ** = not applicable to model FBG64EDE-S0CE...
  • Page 19 Configuring the Scale *** = setting not applicable in scales verified for use in legal metrology *** = not in scale model FBG64EDE-S0CE *** = for scales verified for legal metrology in the EU, only calibration (not adjustment) can be performed with a user-defined weight...
  • Page 21 Configuring the Scale = setting not applicable in scales verified for use in legal metrology ** = Auto print if change in weight > 10 d and has stable readout; function enabled when load < 5 d...
  • Page 22 * = not in scale models FB…EDE...
  • Page 23: Operating The Scale

    (see the section Fasten the hook to the cross FB… BBE, FB… CCE: entitled “Calibration/ (see “Accessories”). Adjustment” in this chapter) Open cover plate (1) on the...
  • Page 24 ID for weight value (if desired): you can also access the following functions from the Select the parameters weighing application: “Line format” and “For other app./GLP/GMP” from the – calibration Setup menu: Press M (not for alphanumeric input), Select mode: –...
  • Page 25 Operating the Scale Example W2 Enter “ABC123” as a weight ID Note: – The sample ID generally applies to one weighing operation only – The ID is deleted after data output Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output Initial status (scale unloaded) (ID can also be entered while scale is loaded) 1.
  • Page 26: Calibration/adjustment

    Calibration/Adjustment Available Features For service technicians only: “isoTEST” External Calibration for Scales Your scale can be calibrated Verified for Legal Metrology externally (menu item 1 9 1 or1 9 3) Purpose in the EU* or internally (1 9 4). Calibration is the determination External calibration can –...
  • Page 27 Operating the Scale Preparation Configure Parameters for Calibration and Adjustment Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Turn on the scale e/[ON/OFF] 2. Select the Setup menu info--menu--input 3. Select the Balance Functions menu menu soft key w/[TOGGLE] 4. Set parameters for: –...
  • Page 28 Calibration and Adjustment Sequence Internal Calibration/Adjustment In the Setup menu, you can configure The menu code setting 1 9 4 must be the scale so that: selected in the Setup menu. – calibration is always followed Inside the scale housing is a built-in, automatically by adjustment motorized calibration weight.
  • Page 29 Operating the Scale Selecting the Calibration/ Adjustment Parameter The setting 1 9 12 must be selected – External calibration/adjustment When making your selection, in the Setup menu. with the pre-set weight value the available modes (Def. Ext. Adj.) are displayed in cycles; i.e., You can configure the scale –...
  • Page 30 External Calibration/Adjustment* with a User-Defined Weight First set either 1 9 3 or selection that have error limits which are at To reset a user-defined calibration/ mode (1 9 12) in the menu. least 1/3 of the required tolerance adjustment weight to the original of the display accuracy.
  • Page 31 Operating the Scale isoCAL: In the Setup menu, you can also Automatic Calibration and Adjustment configure the scale so that it displays an adjustment prompt, but does Either 1 15 3 or 1 15 5 must be not perform the calibration and selected in the Setup menu.
  • Page 32: Reprotest

    Determination of the Purpose Preparation Reproducibility (reproTEST) The “reproTEST” function automa- Turn on the scale: tically calculates the reproducibility Press e/[ON/OFF] Definition of results (based on 6 individual > All display segments light up Reproducibility is the ability measurements). In this way, the briefly of the scale to display identical scale determines one of the most...
  • Page 33: Application Programs

    Operating the Scale Application Programs Preparation The following weight units are available in both ranges: Using Verified Scales as Legal Measuring Instruments in the EU*: Unit Conversion factor Display Printout All application programs can Grams 1.00000000000 be selected on scales verified as Kilograms 0.00100000000 legal measuring instruments.
  • Page 34 Additional Functions Calibration/Adjustment In addition to the functions for: Press [ISOTEST]/[TEST] – alphanumeric input, > See “Calibration/Adjustment” – taring for further instructions (not during alphanumeric input), – printing, Setup (setting parameters) you can also access the following Press M functions from this application: >...
  • Page 35: Counting

    (7 1 1) (factory setting: 10 display increments; can only be changed by the Sartorius FastFactory) – Reference sample quantity “nRef” entered using the keys – Average piece weight “wRef” entered using the keys –...
  • Page 36 Preparation To perform reference sample Additional Functions updating: Press v/ To calculate a piece count, the In addition to the functions for: [FUNCTION] (updat soft key) average weight of one piece must – alphanumeric input, be known. This average piece Turn on the scale: –...
  • Page 37 Operating the Scale Practical Example Counting with: Preset Reference Sample Quantity Weighed In (Parameter settings: Counting program: 2 1 4; Print all parameters: 7 1 2) Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select the Counting application see “Preparation” in the Setup menu 2.
  • Page 38: Weighing In Percent

    (factory setting: 10 display (automatic output of application increments; can only be changed parameters): off 7 1 1) by the Sartorius FastFactory) – Reference percentage “pRef” entered using the numeric keys – Reference weight “Wxx%” entered using the numeric keys –...
  • Page 39 Operating the Scale Preparation Turn on the scale: Additional Functions Press e/[ON/OFF] To calculate a value in percent, the In addition to functions for: reference percentage must be > All display segments light up – alphanumeric input, known. This value can be entered briefly –...
  • Page 40 Practical Examples Example P1: Weighing in Percent with Reference Weight Taken from Weight on Scale Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select the weighing-in-percent see “Preparation” application in the Setup menu 2. Prepare a container for the parts Place the empty container on the scale 3.
  • Page 41 Operating the Scale Example P2: Weighing in Percent with Reference Weight Entered Using the Numeric Keys Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select the weighing-in-percent see “Preparation” application in the Setup menu 2. Prepare a container for the parts Place the empty container on the scale 3.
  • Page 42: Net-total Formulation

    Net-Total Formulation R Preparation Additional Functions Turn on the scale In addition to functions for: Purpose > All display segments – alphanumeric input, With this application program light up briefly you can weigh in different – taring components up to a defined total. Select the Net Total application (not during alphanumeric input), You can also print out the total...
  • Page 43 Operating the Scale Practical Example Weighing in Several Components (Parameter setting: Net-total application program 2 1 6; print all parameters 7 1 2) Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select the net-total application see “Preparation” in the Setup menu 2. Prepare a container for the Place the empty container components on the scale...
  • Page 44: Animal Weighing V

    Animal Weighing V Available Features Factory Settings – Animal weighing started manually Auto-start application (automatic Purpose or automatically initialization with automatic start of Use this program to determine the animal weighing): off (3 10 2) – Optional scale configuration weights of unstable samples (e.g., in the Setup menu for automati- Animal activity (3 subweights live animals) or to determine weights...
  • Page 45 Operating the Scale Preparation Additional Functions Practical Example Turn on the scale: In addition to functions for: See next page Press e/[ON/OFF] – alphanumeric input > All display segments light up (not when automatic start is briefly configured or after animal weighing has been started), Select the animal weighing application in the Setup menu:...
  • Page 46 Practical Example Determining Animal Weight with Automatic Start of 20 Subweighing Operations for Averaging; Automatic Printout of the Number of Subweighing Operations and of the Animal Weight Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select the animal weighing see “Preparation” application in the Setup menu 2.
  • Page 47 Operating the Scale Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output The scale delays starting the When this criterion is met, subweighing operation until three the subweighing series begins successive subweights lie within the range defined for an “active” animal After 20 subweighing operations (mdef: no.
  • Page 48: Checkweighing

    Over/Under Checkweighing O Available Features – Toggling the display between weight readout and control – Lower tolerance limit (minimum), Purpose (checkweighing) display target value and upper limit by pressing v/[FUNCTION]. This program is used to check (maximum) stored in long-term If the weight value exceeds whether a sample corresponds memory...
  • Page 49 Operating the Scale Preparation Response of Control Lines During Checkweighing The checkweighing program requires a target value for comparison Configurations: to the current value. This target has – always on a tolerance range, which is defined – activated at stability by absolute weight values: upper and lower limits.
  • Page 50 Turn on the scale: Additional Functions Press e/[ON/OFF] In addition to functions for: > All display segments light up – alphanumeric input briefly (not during initialization), Select the over/under – taring checkweighing application in the (not during alphanumeric input), Setup menu: Press M –...
  • Page 51 Operating the Scale Practical Example Checkweighing samples of 170 g, with an allowable tolerance of –5 g and +10 g. Printout of upper and lower tolerance limits. Weighed values printed out automatically when stability is reached and weight is within the control range. Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output...
  • Page 52 9. Store lower limit value min soft key v/[FUNCTION] 10. Enter value for upper limit 1 8 0 (170 g + 10 g) 11. Store upper limit value max soft key v/[FUNCTION] Setp 170.00 g 165.00 g 180.00 g 12. Weigh sample Place sample in container (in this case 169.48 g) 169.48 g...
  • Page 53: Recalculation

    Operating the Scale Recalculation Available Features – After the amounts of the components already weighed – Individual components (up to 99) Purpose have been corrected, weighing weighed in with a readout continues according to the With this application program showing from “0” to the desired adjusted formulation amount.
  • Page 54 Factory Settings Preparation Additional Functions Print application parameters Turn on the scale: In addition to the functions for: (automatic output of application Press e/[ON/OFF] – alphanumeric input, parameters): off (7 1 1) > All display segments light up – taring (not during alphanumeric Line format: for other apps/GLP Select the Recalculation applica- input), and...
  • Page 55 Operating the Scale Practical Example When weighing in formulation components, the second component is over-poured. (Parameter settings: Recalculation application: 2 1 9; Print all parameters: 7 1 2) Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output ————————————————————————————————————————————————— 1. Select the recalculation see “Preparation” application in the Setup menu 2.
  • Page 56 ... or enter the desired value 1 2 . 3 0 comp. sp.id 9. Confirm the new value comp.2 soft key Comp1 + 27.08 g or comp. soft key Comp2 + 12.42 g R.div + 1.00975 The true net value is displayed for 2 seconds store comp.2 Follow-on filling amount for...
  • Page 57 Operating the Scale 14..and store add.6 soft key Comp1 + 27.08 g (here, e.g., the 6th component) Comp2 + 12.42 g R.div.+ 1.00975 RCom1 + 27.34 g Comp3 + 18.39 g Comp4 + 31.49 g Comp5 + 107.50 g Comp6 + 812.61 g The true net value (of the 6th...
  • Page 58: Data Output Functions

    Data Output Functions There are 3 options for data output: – Output to the display/control unit – Output to a printer (generate a printout) – Output to a peripheral device (e.g., computer) via the interface port Output to the Display and Control Unit The display is divided into 6 sections: –...
  • Page 59 Operating the Scale Weight Unit Display This line shows: – Current weight unit (e.g., kg) – Designation of other units of measure (e.g., piece count) NET P – Operating status (e.g., net weight; printing) – Identification of currently selected menu item Symbol Display This line shows: isoCAL...
  • Page 60 Printing a Data Record Available Features Factory Settings Purpose Print manually/automatically: Print manually/automatically: To print the information contained in Printout generated manually You can generate a printout of the measured value line (weight (by pressing p/[PRINT]) weights, other measured values and readout, calculated value, numeric or automatically, depending identification numbers for...
  • Page 61 Operating the Scale Print Manually/Automatically The printout contains the current Weight in grams + 1530.000 g value in the measured value display Weight in Troy ounces 58.5620 ozt (weight readout with weight unit; Piece count 253 pcs calculated value; numeric/ Percentage 88.23 % alphabetic display)
  • Page 62 + 1010.147 g Setting a Printout Acceptable for Legal Metrology You can access the Setup menu for the scale to set a Sartorius printer to print hard copies acceptable for legal metrology (last digit identified): – YDP01IS: 5 5 4 –...
  • Page 63 Blank line Device (Printer) Dotted line --------------------- You can connect a special printer Blank line from Sartorius to your scale for Blank line printing ISO/GMP-compliant records. This printer, called “Data Printer” (order no.: YDP03-0CE), offers the following features: – ISO/GMP function can be switched on and off –...
  • Page 64 RS-232 cables purchased from other Transmission rate: 1,200 baud (5 1 4) manufacturers often have incorrect Parity: (5 2 3) pin assignments for use with Sartorius Stop bits: 1 stop bit (5 3 1) scales. Be sure to check the Handshake: Hardware...
  • Page 65 Operating the Scale Line Format (Data Output Format) Output Format with 16 Characters You can output the values Display segments that are not activated are output as spaces. displayed in the measured value line Characters without a decimal point are output without a decimal point. and the weight unit with or without The following characters can be output, depending on the characters a data ID code...
  • Page 66 Data output example: + 1255.7 g Unit symbol U No stability parameter Position 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Grams * CR LF Kilograms Carats Position 1: Plus or minus sign or space Pounds Position 2: Space Ounces Positions 3 –...
  • Page 67 Operating the Scale Data Input Format Format 1 Meaning You can connect a computer to your scale to send commands via the scale Weighing mode 1 interface port to control scale functions and applications. Weighing mode 2 The commands sent are control commands and may have different formats; e.g., control commands can have up to 26 characters.
  • Page 68 ––– byte –––> Handshake <––– XOFF ––– Automatic Data Output ––– byte –––> The scale interface (Sartorius Scale In the “auto print” operating mode, ––– byte –––> Interface = SBI) has transmit and data are output to the interface …...
  • Page 69: Pin Assignment Chart

    Male Connector Required: Type C091D, 12-pin Round male connector with screw lock hardware for cable gland, 12-pin round 25-pin RS-232 signal RS-485* signal Amphenol (IP65) Sartorius order no.: connector adapter (SBI and xBPI) (xBPI) 69QC0010 Control output “heavier” Control output “heavier”...
  • Page 70: Cabling Diagram

    Cabling Diagram (Adapter cable Pin Assignment: – Round – DB25-Scale) Pin 1: Shield Order No. YCC01-0016M3 Pin 2: Data Output (TxD) Pin 3: Data Input (RxD) Female Interface Connector: Pin 4: Not Connected 25-contact, D-Submini DB25S with Pin 5: Clear to Send (CTS) screw lock hardware Pin 6: Internally Connected Pin labeling of the 25-contact D-SUB...
  • Page 71 Operating the Scale Scale Peripheral Device (PC) 25-pin 9-pin Type of cable: AWG 24 specification...
  • Page 72 Pin Assignment Chart (only for models Pin Assignment Chart: FBG... EDE-. 0000B) Pin 1: Signal Ground Female Interface Connector: Pin 2: Data Output (TxD) 25-position D-Submini, DB25S, Pin 3: Data Output (RxD) with screw lock hardware for cable Pin 4: Signal Return (TxD/RxD) gland Pin 5: Clear to Send (CTS) Pin 6: Internally Connected...
  • Page 73 Operating the Scale Cabling Diagram – Diagram for interfacing a computer or different peripheral device to the scale using the RS-232/V24 standard and cables up to 15 m (50 ft.) long Scale Peripheral Device (PC) 25-pin 9-pin Type of cable: AWG 24 specification...
  • Page 74: Additional Functions

    M and e/[ON/OFF], or – off (Off/on, 8 6 2) – function not – the alphanumeric keys available on FB…-EDE models, or are blocked (alphanum. blocked, 8 3 3). – in the standby mode (Off/on/standby, 8 6 1)
  • Page 75: Mp8 Interface Emulation

    Press y or Y key, repeatedly if necessary; then press X a YFC... Flow Rate Controller, a YDI50Z Data Input dedicated § Press M keyboard, etc., to your FB or FBG Parameter Settings for the MP8 Interface series scale or balance. § Press M Available Features §...
  • Page 76: Error Codes

    06 is defective Sartorius Service Center int. wt. defective err 07 Function not allowed in scales Contact your local Sartorius Service verified for use in legal metrology Center for information on having function blocked the settings changed err 08...
  • Page 77 The scale is not level Level the scale The dust cover is caught under the See “Replacing the Dust Cover” in weighing pan the chapter “Care and Maintenance” If any other errors occur, contact your local Sartorius Service Center!
  • Page 78: Care And Maintenance

    Care and Maintenance Replacing the Dust Cover Service > Replace damaged dust covers Regular servicing by a Sartorius technician will extend the service For the FB06BBE-S life of your scale and ensure its Remove the following compo- continued weighing accuracy.
  • Page 79: Instructions For Recycling

    Recycling Recycling To ensure adequate protection for safe shipment, Sartorius products are packaged to the extent necessary using environmentally friendly materials. After successful installation of the equipment, you should return this packaging for recycling because it is a valuable source of secondary raw material.
  • Page 80: Overview

    Overview Overview of the Scales FB06BBE-S(0CE) “-0CE” identifies the scale as verified for legal metrology in the EU * = As shown in this illustration, there are some differences between the standard and the U.S./Canadian keypad versions. No. Designation Spare Part No.
  • Page 81 Overview Overview of the Scales FB6CCE-H(0CE), FB2CCE-S(0CE), FB12CCE-S(0CE), FB6CCE-S(0CE), FB12CCE-I(0CE) “-0CE” identifies the scale as verified for legal metrology in the EU * = As shown in this illustration, there are some differences between the standard and the U.S./Canadian keypad versions. No.
  • Page 82 Overview of the Scales FBG34EDE-H, FBG34EDE-P, FBG16EDE-H, FBG12EDE-P, FBG64EDE-S, FBG64EDE-H * = As shown in this illustration, there are some differences between the standard and the U.S./Canadian keypad versions. No. Designation Spare Part No. Designation Spare Part Order No. Order No. Level indicator 9 On/off key AC power socket...
  • Page 83 Overview Overview of the Scales FBG34EDE-P0000B, FBG64EDE-S0000B * = As shown in this illustration, there are some differences between the standard and the U.S./Canadian keypad versions. No. Designation Spare Part No. Designation Spare Part Order No. Order No. Load plate Shift key for entering letters AC power socket On/off key...
  • Page 84: Description Of The Keys

    M key Press this key to output data via Settings for configuring the scale the built-in interface to a Sartorius v/[FUNCTION] key – Access to the Setup menu Data Printer or a computer. Starts an application –...
  • Page 85: Menu Structure

    Overview Menu Structure * = setting cannot be changed in scales used for legal metrology...
  • Page 86: Specifications

    Specifications Standard Models General Specifications: Power requirements; voltage 230 V or 115 V via AC adapter, +15% ... – 20% Frequency 48 – 60 Hz Allowable ambient operating temperature 0 ... +40 °C (273 ... 313 K, 32 °F ... 104 °F) Operating temperature range +10 ...
  • Page 87 Overview Model FB16EDE-S, FB34EDE-P, FB12EDE-P, FB64EDE-S, FB16EDE-S0UR* FB34EDE-P0UR* FB12EDE-P0UR* FB64EDE-S0UR* Readability 0.1/0.2/0.5 0.1/0.2 Weighing capacity 8/16/34 6/12 Max. overload capacity Tare range (by subtraction) – 16 – 34 – 12 – 64 Preload that can be electronically – – compensated for (without restricting the weighing capacity) Max.
  • Page 88 Model FBG64EDE-H, FBG34EDE-H, FBG16EDE-H, FBG64EDE-H0UR* FBG34EDE-H0UR* FBG16EDE-H0UR* Readability Weighing capacity Max. overload capacity Tare range (by subtraction) – 64 – 34 – 16 Preload that can be electronically compensated for (without restricting the weighing capacity) Max. preload at the beginning ca.
  • Page 89 Overview Models Verified* by the Manufacturer and with EC Type Approval General Specifications: Power requirements, voltage 230 V or 115 V via AC adapter, +15% ... – 20% Frequency 48 – 60 Hz Range of use (temperature) +10 ... +30 °C Adaptation to ambient conditions and application requirements By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels...
  • Page 90 Specifications for the Particular Models: Model FB12CCE-S0CE FB6CCE-S0CE FB12CCE-I0CE Type designation isoTEST in conjunction with BD BF Accuracy class * Scale interval, d* Maximum capacity, Max* 12,000 6,200 12,000 Verification scale interval, e* Minimum capacity, Min* Max. overload capacity ≤ 100% of the maximum weighing range Tare-balancing range (subtractive) Preload that can be electronically 1,200...
  • Page 91 Overview Model FBG34EDE-H0CE FBG16EDE-H0CE FBG34EDE-P0CE FBG12EDE-P0CE FBG64EDE-S0CE Type designation isoTEST in conjunction with BF BF Accuracy class * Scale interval, d* 0.1/0.2/0,5 0.1/0.2 Maximum capacity, Max* 8/16/34 6/12 Verification scale interval, e* Minimum capacity, Min* ≤ 100% of the maximum weighing range Tare-balancing range (subtractive) Max.
  • Page 92: Dimensions (scale Drawings)

    Dimensions (Scale Drawings) FB06BBE-S (0CE) FB6CCE-H (0CE), FB2CCE-S (0CE) All dimensions are given in millimeters.
  • Page 93 Overview FB12CCE-S (0CE), FB6CCE-S (0CE), FB12CCE-I (0CE) FB16EDE-S (0CE), FB34EDE-P (0CE), FB12EDE-P (0CE), FB64EDE-S (0CE) All dimensions are given in millimeters.
  • Page 94 FBG64EDE-H, FBG34EDE-H, FBG16EDE-H, FBG34EDE-P, FBG12EDE-P, FBG64EDE-S (0CE) FBG34EDE-P0000B, FBG64EDE-S-0000B All dimensions are given in millimeters.
  • Page 95: Accessories (options)

    Can be used in legal metrology SartoConnect data transfer software for YSC01I connecting your Sartorius scale to a PC running the Windows 95, 98 or NT operating system. For loading measurement data from the scale into any PC for further processing (e.g., with Excel or Access).
  • Page 96 Front-mounted tiltable display and control unit YDH01F Wrap-around load plate YLP01 for models FC6CCE-S, FC12CCE-S, FC12CCE-I Hook for under-scale weighing 69EA0040 for FCG models Calibration weights Information available on request for all FB scales; extensive assortment, optionally available with officially recognized DKD certificate...
  • Page 97: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    Overview Declarations of Conformity Council Directive 89/336/EEC” Weighing Instruments for Use Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)” in Legal Metrology: The C Mark on Sartorius Equipment Council Directive 90/384/EEC Applicable European Standards: “Non-automatic Weighing In 1985, the Council of the Limitation of emissions: Instruments”...
  • Page 98: Certificates

    Member your local Sartorius office, dealer or States of the European Union and service center. the Signatories of the European Economic Area.
  • Page 99 Overview...
  • Page 101 Overview...
  • Page 103: Plates And Markings

    Overview...
  • Page 104: Index

    Index Page Page Accessories Language setting Acoustic signal Leveling the scale Line for metrological data Additional functions Line format Animal weighing Antitheft locking device Measured value line Application filter Menu items Application programs Menu structure (diagram) Auto print MP8 Interface Emulation Auto print +/–...
  • Page 105 Appendix Entering the General Password Enter/Change Password Select the Setup menu: M > The soft keys info, menu and input are displayed in the text line Select the user data input function: Press the input soft key (v/[FUNCTION]) > The password prompt is displayed (ENTER PASSW.) Enter the General Password (see below)
  • Page 106 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reprinted or translated in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Sartorius AG. The status of the information, specifications and illustrations in this manual is indicated by the date given below.

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