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Sartorius Factory Series
FC Models
Electronic Precision Scales
Operating Instructions
Operating Design
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  • Page 1 Operating Design 98648-006-82 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 FC Models Electronic Precision Scales Operating Instructions...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Application 2: – Checkweighing Practical Use ......2 – Time-controlled functions Contents ........2 The Factory Series from Sartorius Application 3: Safety Precautions ..... 3 offers precision scales with – Totalizing Operating Design ...... 3 capacities ranging from 1 to 34 kg.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    – Scales with a capacity ≤ 12 kg: IP 54 protection – Protect the AC adapter from contact with liquid. – Connect only Sartorius accesso- ries and options, as these are optimally designed for use with your Factory scale. Do not open the scale housing.
  • Page 4 The following symbols may be Tare Memory, Calculated Values: Display displayed here: The symbols displayed here indicate There are two fundamentally different Lower load limit when there is a value in one of the types of display: tare memory modules or when the Upper load limit 100% –...
  • Page 5 Operating Design Display for Menu Parameter Settings Footer Input (Setup) The bottom line shows symbols Numeric Input This display is divided into and/or abbreviations to indicate soft To enter numbers: Press the three sections. key functions. The abbreviations 1 2 … 0 . keys are usually self-explanatory.
  • Page 6 To select a parameter: Data Output Error Codes § Press Q or q repeatedly until Your Factory scale is equipped with If you press a key that has no the desired setting is selected an interface port for connecting your function, or which is blocked at a (displayed inversely) choice of the following:...
  • Page 7: Getting Started

    +5 °C ...+40 °C the date of installation, and return ambient conditions in the laboratory +41°F ...+104°F the card to your Sartorius office and in industry. When choosing a The packaging has been designed or dealer. location to set up your scale,...
  • Page 8 Setting up the Scale and the Column FC06BBE-S, FC6CCE-H, FC2CCE-S, FC12CCE-S, FC6CCE-S § Fasten the display unit to the retainer using the two Phillips screws supplied § Fasten the column to the scale using the screws supplied § Press the cable into the two clamps on the back of the column and then press it into the channel (raceway) on the bottom of the scale...
  • Page 9 Getting Started FC34EDE-P, FC16EDE-S, FC12EDE-P, FC64EDE-S § Fasten the display unit to the retainer using the two Phillips screws supplied § Fasten the column to the scale using the screws supplied § Press the cable into the three clamps on the back of the column...
  • Page 10 Preparing the Scale FC06BBE-S § Place the components listed below on the scale in the order given: – Dust cover – Protective disk; turn counter-clockwise until it stops and is secure – Pan support – Weighing pan – Glass draft shield cylinder –...
  • Page 11 Getting Started Connecting the Scale to AC Power Check the voltage rating and the plug design – If they do not match the rating or standard you use, contact your Sartorius office or dealer Use only – Original Sartorius AC adapters –...
  • Page 12: Configuring The Scale

    Fastening an Antitheft Locking Device $ Models FC06BBE-S, FC6CCE-H, FC2CCE-S, FC12CCE-S, and FC6CCE-S only. To fasten an antitheft locking device, use the lug located on the rear panel of the scale. Secure the scale at the place of installation, e.g., with a chain or a lock.
  • Page 13: Setting The Language

    Configuring the Scale Configuring the Scale Setting the Language ‘Info’ Display (Info) Features Purpose 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...
  • Page 14: Entering User Data (input)

    Factory Settings Enter/Change Password Entering User Data (Input) Password: No designation § Select the Setup program: Press M If no password has been assigned, Purpose anyone can access the Setup:Input, > SETUP SELECTION To display, input or change user Setup:App and Setup:Menu functions is displayed data.
  • Page 15 Configuring the Scale Practical Example 1: Enter “Workstation 234” as scale ID; display and print other user data Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select Setup:Input Press M, then Display workstation ID the Input soft key (in this example: no ID assigned) 2.
  • Page 16: Entering Date And Time

    Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 10. Display other user data Press the q soft key – Lot number repeatedly – Weight set ID – Calibration weight – Time – Date – Display contrast – Password 11. Print user data (example) p/[PRINT] WORKSTATION 234 L ID...
  • Page 17 Configuring the Scale Practical Example 2: Setting the date and time Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select Setup:Input Press M, then Display workstation ID the Input soft key 2. Select the time Press the q soft key repeatedly 3. Enter the time 1 1 .
  • Page 18: Application Menu Parameters

    Preparation Additional Functions Application Menu Settings (App) § Select the Setup program: § Save settings and exit the Press M application menu: Press M Purpose > SETUP SELECTION > Restart the application To configure the scale, i.e., adapt is displayed the scale to individual requirements §...
  • Page 19 Configuring the Scale Practical Example Make every printout a ISO/GMP-compliant printout Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select Setup 2. Select the application menu Press the App soft key 3. Menu level 1: Press the q soft key Select Basic Settings repeatedly 4.
  • Page 20 Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 9. Menu level 4: Press the q soft key twice Select “Always” 10.Confirm selection Press the l soft key 11. Set other menu codes, if desired q Q soft key 12. Confirm setting and exit Setup...
  • Page 21 Configuring the Scale Setup Parameters, “Application Menu” (Overview) o Factory setting √ User setting o Off (weighing) Setup – Application 1 Application (Basic menu settings) Toggle units Weight unit 1 o Grams** Kilograms Carats* Pounds* Ounces* Troy ounces* Hong Kong taels* Singapore taels Taiwanese taels* Grains...
  • Page 22 Setup – Application 1 Toggle units Weight unit 2 see previous page Application (Basic o All digits menu settings) Display accuracy 2 Fewer for weight change Last digit off o Display accuracy Counting Accuracy – average piece weight calculation + 1 decimal place (resolution) + 2 decimal places Average piece...
  • Page 23 Configuring the Scale Setup – Application 1 – see previous page Application o Off menu Application 2 (Control functions) Checkweighing Activation of port lines o Within check range Always on Stability and check range At stability Stability + check range -> on o Target, min, max weight Type of checkweighing input...
  • Page 24 Setup – Application 3 Totalizing Minimum load see previous page Application (Data records) o Application 1 menu Source of data for automatic storage Application 2 o Net Evaluated values Calculated Net + calculated o Intermediate evaluation, print Evaluation mode, MR function Final evaluation, print Intermediate eval., display+print Final evaluation, display+print...
  • Page 25 Configuring the Scale Setup – Application 3 Formulation see previous page Application (Data records) o Off menu Statistics Automatic storage On, first value at stability On, last value at stability On, value 70% – 130% at stab. Minimum load for None automatic storage o 10 digits...
  • Page 26 Setup – Application 3 see previous page Application o Off menu Extra function F4 key 2nd tare memory Automatic printout Last net value Tare/preset tare o Off Identification codes Printout Automatic, if configured Once when p pressed, if conf. o Each time p is pressed Once for M+ function (App.
  • Page 27 Configuring the Scale Setup – Extra function see previous page Application o Clear all applications menu Basic settings Keypad CF function in application Clear only selected applications CF function for input Delete entire input o Delete last character Block key functions o All keys accessible All keys blocked except M and e Alphanumeric keys blocked...
  • Page 28: Scale Menu Parameters

    Preparation Additional Functions Scale Operating Menu (Menu) § Select the Setup program: § Save settings and exit the Press M application menu: Press M Purpose > SETUP SELECTION > Restart the application To configure the scale, i.e., adapt is displayed the scale to individual requirements §...
  • Page 29 Configuring the Scale Practical Example Adapt the scale to ambient conditions of “extreme vibration.” Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Select Setup 2. Select the scale menu Press the Menu soft key 3. Confirm selection of scale Press the O soft key function menu 4.
  • Page 30 Setup Parameters, “Scale Menu” (Overview) o Factory setting √ User setting Setup – 1 Scale functions 1 1 Adapt filter 1 1 1 Minimum vibration Scale Menu 1 1 2 Normal vibration 1 1 3 Strong vibration 1 1 4 Extreme vibration 1 2 Application filter 1 2 1...
  • Page 31 Configuring the Scale Setup – 1 Scale functions 1 1 through 1 8 see previous page Scale Menu 1 9 CAL key function 1 9 1 External calibration/adjustment** with factory-set calibration weight 1 9 3 External calibration/adjustment** with user-defined calibration weight 1 9 4 Internal calibration/adjustment 1 9 10...
  • Page 32 Setup – 1 and 5 – see previous page Scale Menu 6 Print in Manual/auto 6 1 1 Manual without stability weighing mode print mode 6 1 2 Manual with stability 6 1 4 Automatic without stability 6 1 5 Automatic at stability 6 1 6 Automatic after weight change**...
  • Page 33: Operating The Scale

    Press e/[ON/OFF] hanger is located on the bottom of Basic Weighing Function the scale (for scales with a weighing > The Sartorius logo is displayed capacity ≥ 12 kg, see the Purpose $ To tare the scale, if desired: “Accessories” section in the chapter...
  • Page 34 ID for weight value (if desired): you can also access the following functions from the weighing § Select the parameters “Line application: format” and “For other app./ GLP” from the Setup menu: – calibration (not during alphanu- Press M meric input) §...
  • Page 35 Operating the Scale Example W2 Enter “ABC123” as sample 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 36: Calibration/adjustment

    Calibration/Adjustment Available Features You can have the scale automatically display an adjustment prompt after “isoTEST” You can start the isoTEST function at a certain time interval has elapsed the press of a key to check a scale since the last calibration/adjustment Purpose used as measuring, inspection and or when the ambient temperature...
  • Page 37 Set the parameters for calibration and adjustment; e.g., with automatic calibration/adjustment, isoCAL on Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1. Switch on the scale Sartorius logo e/[ON/OFF] Self test 2. Select the Setup menu 3. Select the Scale menu soft key Menu 4.
  • Page 38 8. Select Cal./adjustment sequence soft key and confirm soft key o = last selected setting 9. Select other settings, if desired soft keys and confirm (e.g., Calibration with automatic adjustment) 10.Exit Cal./adjustment sequence soft key 11.Select isoCAL function soft key twice and confirm soft key o = last setting selected...
  • Page 39 Operating the Scale Internal Calibration/Adjustment Calibration and Adjustment Sequence First set either In the Setup menu, you can configure Internal cal./ the scale so that: adjustment Selection (factory setting) in the Setup: mode – calibration is always followed Scale menu. automatically by adjustment Inside the scale housing is a built-in Calibrate, then auto...
  • Page 40: Reprotest

    Selecting the Calibration/ – External calibration/adjustment – Internal calibration/adjustment Adjustment Parameter with the preset calibration weight: Internal cal./ Ext. cal./adj.; adjustment The setting Selection mode factory-def. wt. must be selected in the Setup menu – Reproducibility test (factory setting). – External calibration/adjustment reproTEST After pressing the soft key,...
  • Page 41 Operating the Scale External Calibration/Adjustment* with a User-Defined Calibration Weight First set either and that have error limits which are To reset a user-defined calibration Ext. cal./ at least 1/3 of the required weight to the original factory setting: adj.;user-defined wt. (factory tolerance of the display accuracy.
  • Page 42 isoCAL: When these requirements are met, Automatic Calibration C is displayed in the measured and Adjustment value line. If the scale is not operated and the First set either On and reset load is not changed, internal the application calibration and adjustment starts after without resetting the 15 seconds have elapsed.
  • Page 43 § Turn on the scale: matically determines the Press e/[ON/OFF] Definition reproducibility of results (based on > The Sartorius logo is displayed 6 individual measurements). Reproducibility is the ability of the > The scale performs a self-test In this way, the scale determines one...
  • Page 44: Application Programs

    § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] Available Features > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – Toggling the displayed weight § Select the “Toggle weight units” program in the Setup menu: Press M – Setting the display accuracy §...
  • Page 45 Operating the Scale Additional Functions Calibration/Adjustment Turning Off the Scale In addition to the functions for: § Press the soft key § Press e/[ON/OFF] isoTST – alphanumeric input, > See “Calibration/Adjustment” > The scale shuts off for further instructions – taring (not during >...
  • Page 46: Counting

    Counting Available Features Factory Settings – Optional scale configuration in Accuracy when calculating piece Purpose Setup for automatically initializing weight: Display accuracy With the Counting program you this application and loading Reference sample updating: can determine the number of pieces the most recent reference sample Automatic of approximately equal weight.
  • Page 47 § Press M § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] > See “Configuring the Scale” > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed for further instructions § Select the Counting program in the Setup menu: Press M § Select the Application menu: Press the...
  • Page 48 Practical Example Determining an Unknown Piece Count; Weighing in the Preset Reference Sample Quantity Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Counting: Average piece weight updating: Manual Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Delete previous setting if necessary 2.
  • Page 49: Weighing In Percent

    Operating the Scale Weighing in Percent Available Features Factory Settings – Reference percentage “pRef” Storage parameter: Purpose loaded from long-term memory Display accuracy This application program allows when you turn on the scale Digits displayed with percentage: you to obtain weight readouts –...
  • Page 50 (e.g., checkweighing), § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] – setup, > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – turning off the scale. § Select the Weighing in percent application in the Setup menu: Press M § Select the Application menu:...
  • Page 51 Operating the Scale Examples Practical Example P1: Weighing in Percent with Reference Weight Taken From Weight on Scale Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Weighing in percent Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1.
  • Page 52 Practical Example P2: Weighing in Percent with Reference Weight Entered Using the Numeric Keys Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Weighing in percent Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1. Delete previous setting if necessary 2.
  • Page 53: Animal Weighing

    Operating the Scale Animal Weighing Available Features – Automatic output of results (printout) via the interface port: – Animal weighing started manually Purpose – Weighing result xNet or automatically – Calculated result xRes Use this program to determine the – Optional scale configuration in weights of unstable samples (e.g., –...
  • Page 54 Additional Functions § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] In addition to the functions for: > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – alphanumeric input, § Select the Animal weighing application in the Setup menu: Press M – taring (not during alphanumeric input), §...
  • Page 55 Operating the Scale 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 Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Animal weighing: Animal activity: Active Setup: App: Application 1: Animal weighing: Printout: Average and calculated values Step...
  • Page 56 Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output After 20 subweighing operations the arithmetic average (xNet) is display : no. of subweighs mDef : calculation factor isoTST : arithm. average, net value) xNet mDef xNet 69.72 g xRes 69.72 o 8. Unload the scale Remove animal from cage isoTST 9.
  • Page 57: Calculation

    Operating the Scale Calculation Available Features Factory Settings – You can store an equation and Decimal places in calculated result: Purpose configure the Setup menu to 2 decimal places With this application program you initialize this program automatic- can calculate a weight value using ally with the stored equation Soft Key Functions an algebraic equation.
  • Page 58 Additional Functions § Turn on the scale: Press e In addition to the functions for: > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – alphanumeric input, § Select the Calculation application program in the Setup menu: Press M – taring (not during alphanumeric input), §...
  • Page 59 Operating the Scale Practical Example Calculate the gsm weight of paper: determine the gsm of a sheet of A4 paper with the dimensions 0.210 m x 0.297 m = 0.06237 m . The gsm weight is a product of the division of the weight by the surface area. Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Calculation Step...
  • Page 60: Checkweighing

    Over/Under Checkweighing Available Features – Press the soft key to Show display target value and – Optional configuration in Purpose tolerance limits in the text line the Setup menu for long-term after initializing the application. This program is used to check storage of target value and whether a sample corresponds to tolerance limits...
  • Page 61 Operating the Scale Preparation Response of Control Lines During Checkweighing The checkweighing program often requires a target value for Configurations: comparison to the current value. – always on This target has a tolerance range, – activated at stability which is defined by absolute weight values.
  • Page 62 Additional Functions § Turn on the scale: Press e In addition to the functions for: > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – alphanumeric input, (not during initialization), § Select the Checkweighing application in the Setup menu: Press M –...
  • Page 63 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 are printed out automatically when stability is reached and weight value is within the control range. Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 2: Checkweighing: Automatic printout of OK values: Yes Step...
  • Page 64 9. Enter value for upper limit 1 8 0 (170 g + 10 g) and store l soft key isoTST Setp 170.00 g 165.00 g 180.00 g 10. Weigh sample Place sample in container (in this case 169.48 g) isoTST 169.48 g If the weight value had been too low, the display would have...
  • Page 65: Timer Functions

    Operating the Scale Time-Controlled Functions Available Features Factory Settings – Time-controlled triggering of Function after time interval: Purpose scale functions: Automatic printout With this application program, you of values – one time only, at a given time can configure the scale to perform Automatic function restart: certain functions (e.g., automatic is displayed in...
  • Page 66 Additional Functions § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] In addition to the functions for: > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – alphanumeric input, § Select the “Time-controlled functions” application in the Setup menu: – taring (not during alphanumeric...
  • Page 67 Operating the Scale Practical Example Document the amount of evaporation of a sample with defined surface, temperature and air pressure at preset intervals of 1 minute, 30 seconds. Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 2: Time-controlled functions Setup: Menu: Scale functions: Taring: Without stability Setup: Menu: Print in weighing mode: Manual/auto print mode: Manual without stability Step...
  • Page 68: Totaling

    Totalizing – Optional configuration in the Factory Settings Setup menu for stability-depen- Automatic storage: Purpose dent storage of the measured Minimum load for automatic storage: value: Stability range This application program acts as 10 digits a cumulative memory function. – Optional automatic storage of Source of data for auto storage: measured values You can use this application program...
  • Page 69 Additional Functions § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] In addition to the functions for: > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – alphanumeric input, § Select the Totalizing application program in the Setup menu: Press M – taring (not during alphanumeric input), §...
  • Page 70 Practical Example Totalize counted pieces Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Counting Setup: App: Application 3: Totalizing: Evaluated values: Net + calculated Setup: App: Application 3: Totalizing: Evaluation mode, MR function: Final evaluation, display + print Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output...
  • Page 71 Operating the Scale 9. Store piece count soft key isoTST -------------------- 16.01.97 11:06:54 1764.45 g 50 pcs 10. Unload the scale Remove parts from the scale 11. Place another load of parts Place parts on the scale on the scale (e.g., 60 pcs) isoTST 12.
  • Page 72: Formulation

    Formulation – Optional automatic storage of Factory Settings measured values Automatic storage: Purpose Storage of measured value is Minimum load for automatic storage: With this application program you indicated by 10 digits can add weight values and indicates that you can place calculated values to a totalization Source of data for auto storage: a load on the scale.
  • Page 73 Additional Functions § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] In addition to the functions for: > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – alphanumeric input, § Select the Formulation application program in the Setup menu: Press M – taring (not during alphanumeric input), §...
  • Page 74 Practical Example Weighing in Components Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 3: Formulation: Automatic storage: On, first value at stability Setup: App: Application 3: Formulation: Minimum load for automatic storage: 100 digits Setup: App: Application 3: Formulation: Evaluation mode, MR function: Final evaluation, print Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output...
  • Page 75 Operating the Scale 8. Weigh in the next component Place components (here: 50.80 g) in container Components are stored in the totalization memory at stability and printed out Scale is tared automatically isoTST 9. Repeat step 7 as required 10. Print final evaluation soft key (here: with total weight of all components: 212.43 g)
  • Page 76: Statistics

    Statistics – Optional configuration in the – Totalization data and transaction Setup menu to add the current counter data are stored in non- Purpose weight, with display accuracy, volatile memory to the current total by pressing With this application program you –...
  • Page 77: Additional Functions

    Additional Functions § Turn on the scale: Press e In addition to the functions for: > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed – alphanumeric input, § Select the Statistics application program in the Setup menu: Press M – taring (not during alphanumeric input), §...
  • Page 78 Practical Example Totalize counted pieces and print out statistics Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Counting: Average piece weight updating: Manual Setup: App: Application 3: Statistics: Evaluated values: Calculated Setup: App: Application 3: Statistics: Evaluation mode, MR function: Final evaluation, display + print Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output...
  • Page 79 Operating the Scale 9. Store piece count soft key 10. Unload the scale Remove parts from the scale 11. Place another load of parts Place parts on the scale on the scale (e.g., 29 pcs) 12. Add piece count to stored total soft key 13.
  • Page 80: (application Menu)

    – Press c to delete the (preset) tare value Preparation § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed § Select Extra function (F4) or Extra function (F5) in the Setup menu: Press M § Select the Application menu: soft key §...
  • Page 81 Operating the Scale Practical Example Determine the Contents of Bottles: Bottle weight = 400 g. Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Extra function(F4): 2nd tare memory: Automatic printout: Tare/preset tare Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output 1.
  • Page 82 Keypad: CF function for input: Delete last character Preparation § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed § Select Extra function (F4) or Extra function (F5) in the Setup menu: Press M § Select the Application menu: soft key §...
  • Page 83 2. Select Identification code input soft key 3. Enter data for ID1: a ... (here: Sartorius) see also page 34 4. Confirm input soft key 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for ID2: GOETTINGEN...
  • Page 84 Preparation § Turn on the scale: Press e/[ON/OFF] Purpose > Sartorius logo is displayed, self-test is performed With this function you can load weight values and calculation results § Select Extra function (F4) or Extra function (F5) in the Setup menu: directly from Application 1 (e.g.,...
  • Page 85: Basic Settings

    Operating the Scale Basic Settings Display Printout Configuration You can configure the display for Many of the application programs Keypad your individual needs. require values to be input for You can assign different functions initialization. You can configure the to the c key for deleting input and Characters can be displayed scale to print all initialization values, applications.
  • Page 86: Additional Functions (scale Menu)

    Additional Functions Function Menu item After you turn on the scale, (in the Scale menu) a self-test of the functions is run p PRINT key [8-4-1] is displayed in the text line; TEST t key [8-4-2] the bar graph is shown) Password q key [8-4-3]...
  • Page 87: Combining Applications

    Operating the Scale Combining Applications The following table summarizes the possibilities for combination of the application programs described here. Each line stands for one combination. The weighing function is generally available, and does not have to be combined with a calculating function. Application 1 Application 2 Application 3...
  • Page 88 Using Applications in Combination Example 1: Checkweighing with statistical evaluation You want to check a piece count, and have the results that lie within the tolerance range statistically evaluated and printed as a ISO/GMP-compliant record. Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 3: Statistics: Automatic storage: On, first value at stability Setup: App: Application 3: Statistics: Source of data for auto storage: Application 2 Setup: App: Application 3: Statistics: Evaluated value: Calculated...
  • Page 89: Examples Of Application Combinations

    Operating the Scale 5. Initialize Checkweighing Toggle to Checkweighing D/[TOGGLE] 6. Enter target, minimum and soft key Param. maximum values (here: target: 1 0, l soft key 10 pcs; minimum: 7 pcs; 7, l soft key maximum: 12 pcs) 7. Store input l soft key Setp 10 pcs...
  • Page 90 Practical Example 2: Animal weighing with statistics Determine the weights of 7 mice; generate and print a statistical evaluation. Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Animal weighing: Start: Automatic Setup: App: Application 1: Animal weighing: Printout: Off Setup: App: Application 2: Off Setup: App: Application 3: Statistics: Automatic storage: On, first value at stability Setup: App: Application 3: Statistics: Minimum load for automatic storage: 100 digits...
  • Page 91 Operating the Scale Step Key (or instruction) Display/Output The scale delays starting the When this criterion is met, the subweighing operation until subweighing series begins three successive subweights lie within the range defined for a “calm” animal After 20 subweighing operations : number of current subweigh : arithm.
  • Page 92 Practical Example 3: Calculation with statistics Statistically determine the average gsm weight of A4 paper and document the result with a printout of the results on 10 samples. The gsm weight is a product of the division of the weight by the surface area. One A4 sheet has a surface area of 0.210 m x 0.297 m = 0.06237 m Settings (changes in the factory settings required for this example): Setup: App: Application 1: Calculation: Decimal places in calculated result: 3 decimal places...
  • Page 93 Operating the Scale 9. Enter no. of samples for Statistics (here: 10 samples) 10. Store number no. of samples soft key nDef 11. Place one sheet of A 4 paper Place load on scale in the container 12. Store measured value soft key 13.
  • Page 94: Data Output Functions

    Data Output Functions There are 3 options for data output: – Output to the display and 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 9 sections.
  • Page 95 Operating the Scale Measured Value Line This line shows: 1250é – The current weight value (bordered values are invalid in legal metrology) – Calculated values (e.g., piece count) =W*18.3*0.9 – User input (e.g., lot number, equation) Weight Unit Display This section shows: –...
  • Page 96 Scale Information In the Setup menu, you can select for a display of scale Setup: Info information. The display includes: – Software version number – Scale version number – Scale model – Scale serial number...
  • Page 97 Setting a Printout Acceptable for Legal Metrology You can configure the scale menu to generate data records on a Sartorius printer that are acceptable for legal metrology (last digit marked): – YDP01IS: 5 5 4 –...
  • Page 98 Print Manually/Automatically Examples The printout contains the current Weight in grams + 1530.000 g value in the measured value Weight in Troy ounces 58.5620 ozt display (weight readout with weight Piece count 253 pcs unit; calculated value; numeric/ Percentage 88.23 % alphabetic display) Calculated value 105.78 o...
  • Page 99 Operating the Scale Auto Print You can have the weight readout Net weight 1530.00 g printed automatically . This printout Sample ID S ID 12345678901234 can be generated after a certain Display blank Stat number of display updates ; you can Display underload Stat also configure whether or not the...
  • Page 100 Ser. no. 70419914 GMP printout: Always Software vers. (display and control unit) Ver. no. 01-35-02 Scale ID no. The record is output to a Sartorius Dotted line -------------------- printer or a computer. Weighing series no. L ID End GMP printout:...
  • Page 101 Operating the Scale Interface Description Available Features Purpose Type of interface: Serial interface Your Factory scale comes equipped Operating mode: Full duplex with an interface port for connection Standard: RS-232 to a computer or other peripheral Transmission rates: 150; 300; 600; 1,200; 2,400; device.
  • Page 102 Line Format (Data Output Format) Output Format With 16 Characters You can output the values displayed Display segments that are not activated are output as spaces. Characters in the measured value line and without a decimal point are output without a decimal point. the weight unit with or without a The following characters can be output, depending on the characters data ID code...
  • Page 103 Operating the Scale Data output example: + 1255.7 g ID code characters I Status Stat Position 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Identifier * CR LF Weighing series no. L ID Weight set number W ID Position 1: Plus or minus sign or space Exact calibration weight Position 2:...
  • Page 104 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; Weighing mode 3 e.g., control commands can have up to 26 characters.
  • Page 105 Operating the Scale Synchronization Handshake Transmitting Device: During data communication between The scale interface (Sartorius Scale Once XOFF has been received, it the scale and an on-line device Interface = SBI) has transmit and prevents further transmission of (computer), messages consisting of receive buffers.
  • Page 106: Pin Assignment Chart

    RxD – TxD – N manufacturers often have incorrect Data input (RxD) RxD – TxD – P pin assignments for use with Sartorius scales. Be sure to check the Data Terminal Ready (DTR) pin assignment against the chart 7, 8, 14...
  • Page 107: Cabling Diagram

    Operating the Scale Cabling Diagram (adapter cable Pin Assignment: – round – DB25-scale) Pin 1: Signal Ground Order No. YCC01-0016M3 Pin 2: Data Output (TxD) Pin 3: Data Input (RxD) Female interface connector: Pin 4: Signal Return (TxD/RxD) 25-contact, D-Submini DB25S with Pin 5: Clear to Send (CTS) screw lock hardware Pin 6: Internally Connected...
  • Page 108 Scale Peripheral Device (PC) 25-pin 9-pin Type of cable: AWG 24 specification...
  • Page 109: Error Codes

    Cal./adj. interrupt adjustment process Err 06 Built-in calibration weight Contact your local Sartorius is defective Service Center Int. wt. defective Err 07 Function not allowed in scales Contact your local Sartorius...
  • Page 110 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 111: Care And Maintenance

    Replacing the Dust Cover > Instructions for replacing Service a damaged dust cover FC06BBE-S Regular servicing by a Sartorius technician will extend the service § Remove the following parts from life of your scale and ensure the scale: its continued weighing accuracy.
  • Page 112: Instructions For Recycling

    Instructions for Recycling the Packaging To ensure safe shipment, your scale has been packaged using environmentally friendly materials. After successful installation of the scale, you should return this packaging for recycling. For information on recycling options, including recycling of old weighing equipment, contact your municipal waste disposal center or local recycling depot.
  • Page 113: Overview

    Overview Overview General Views of the Scales FC06BBE-S(0CE) No. Designation Order no. No. Designation Order no. for replacement for replacement Display and control unit 13 Toggle key for alphabetic input Draft shield cover 69 LP 0002 14 On/off key Glass draft shield cylinder 69 14290 15 Weight display Weighing pan...
  • Page 114 General Views of the Scales FC6CCE-H(0CE), FC2CCE-S(0CE), FC12CCE-S(0CE), FC6CCE-S(0CE) The “0CE” suffix appended to the model number indicates a verified or verifiable scale model No. Designation Order no. No. Designation Order no. for replacement for replacement Display and control unit 10 Keys for numeric input Load plate 69 LP0007...
  • Page 115 Overview General Views of the Scales FC34EDE-P(0CE), FC16EDE-S(0CE), FC12EDE-P(0CE), FC64EDE-S(0CE) The “0CE” suffix appended to the model number indicates a verified or verifiable scale model No. Designation Order no. No. Designation Order no. for replacement for replacement Level indicator 10 Weight display Interface port 11 Leveling foot 69 LC0093...
  • Page 116: Description Of The Keys

    – Navigation within App, Info, Data Output Menu and Input parameters in the Setup menu Press this key to output data to via the interface to a Sartorius “DataPrinter” or a computer. D/[TOGGLE] Toggle Application Programs For toggling the display...
  • Page 117: Specifications

    Overview Specifications Standard Models General Specifications: AC power source/power requirements AC adapter, 230 or 115 V, +15% ... – 20% Frequency 48 – 60 Hz 0 ... +40 °C (273 ... 313 K, 32 °F ... 104 °F) Allowable ambient operating temperature + 10 ...
  • Page 118 Model FC16EDE-S FC34EDE-P FC12EDE-P FC64EDE-S Readability 0.1/0.2/0.5 0.1/0.2 Weighing capacity 8/16/34 6/12 Max. capacity Tare range (by subtraction) – 16 – 34 – 12 – 64 Electronically compensated preload – – (without restricting weighing range) Max. preload when starting calibration/adjustment (isoTEST) (scale must be zeroed) ≤±g Reproducibility (standard deviation)
  • Page 119 1) = With the isoCAL function deactivated, the verified scale can only be used within the limited temperature range (can only be modified by the Sartorius Service Center): For scales of accuracy class k: +15°C to +25°C For scales of accuracy class K: +10°C to +30°C...
  • Page 120 Verified Models** with EU Type Approval General Specifications: AC power source/power requirements AC adapter, 230 or 115 V, +15% ... – 20% Frequency 48 – 60 Hz +10 ... + 30 °C (+50 ... + 86 °F) Operating temperature range Adaptation to ambient conditions By selection of 1 of 4 optimized filter levels Display update...
  • Page 121: Dimensions (scale Drawings)

    Overview Dimensions (Scale Drawings) FC06BBE-S (0CE) FC6CCE-H (0CE), FC2CCE-S (0CE)
  • Page 122 FC12CCE-S (0CE), FC6CCE-S (0CE) FC16EDE-S (0CE), FC34EDE-P (0CE), FC12EDE-P (0CE), FC64EDE-S (0CE)
  • Page 123: Accessories (options)

    – adapter (25-pin to 9-pin) Connecting cable YCC01-0019M3 for the YDP03-0CE printer Adapter cable YCC01-0016M3 RS-232-DB25 round connector for connecting Sartorius accessories Extension data cable YCC01-01ISM6 Round plug/round socket (6 m) Data cable YCC01-03ISM5 for connecting a PC Adapter cable –D-Sub 25-plug to 6965619 D-Sub 9-contact socket, length: 0.25 m...
  • Page 124 Product Order No. Data Printer YDP03-0CE with date/time, statistics and transaction counter functions and LCD (requires YCC01-0016M3 adapter cable or without the cable supplied with the printer, with the YCC01-0019M3 data cable) can be used in legal metrology Data Printer YDP01IS-0CE Strip and label printer with thermal head, paper width: 60 mm, includes connecting cable...
  • Page 125: Declaration Of Conformity

    The organization for Conformity for weighing instruments monitoring compliance with the Limitation of emissions: that have been verified by Sartorius for directives and standards concerning EN 50081-1 use as legal measuring instruments and C marking is governed in the...
  • Page 126 Sartorius office, dealer – Startup or service center. – Inspection – Training – Initial verification If you would like Sartorius to perform initial verification of your weighing instrument, contact an authorized service representative. “EC Verification” – A Service offered by Sartorius...
  • Page 127 Overview...
  • Page 129 Overview...
  • Page 130: Index

    Index Page Keypad Page Language setting Accessories (options) Leveling the scale Acoustic signal Line format Additional functions (scale menu) Manual storage – M+ Animal weighing Manual/automatic print mode Animal weighing with stat. evaluation Menu – reset factory settings Antitheft device Menu parameters –...
  • Page 131: Appendix

    Appendix Entering the User Password Enter/Change Password § Select the Setup menu: Press M > SETUP SELECTION is displayed § Select the user input function: Press the Input soft key > The password prompt is displayed: $ Enter the User Password (see below) $ Confirm password: Press the l soft key...
  • Page 132 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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