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Instrument Manual

X1 Process Indicator PR5301

Instrument Manual 9499 050 53181 Edition 2 12.08.2010

for PR5301 Release: 1.00

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X1 Instrument Manual Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1 Safety Information ........................................................................................................................................................5


1.1 Electrical Protection Class.................................................................................................................................................................. 5
1.2 Intended Use .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.3 Initial Inspection ................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.4 Before Commissioning ........................................................................................................................................................................ 5
1.4.1 Installation ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 5
1.4.2 Opening the Instrument ............................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.4.3 Protective Earth............................................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.4.4 Power Connection and Power Supply ...................................................................................................................................... 6
1.4.5 Fuse Protection ................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
1.4.6 Failure and Excessive Stress ......................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.4.7 Important Note................................................................................................................................................................................ 6

2 Process Indicator............................................................................................................................................................7
2.1 Overview of the Instrument .............................................................................................................................................................. 7
2.2 Housing .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.3 Display and Controls............................................................................................................................................................................ 8
2.3.1 Display ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8
2.3.2 Front-panel Keys ............................................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.3.3 Overview of Accessories................................................................................................................................................................ 9
2.3.4 Plug-in Circuit Boards ................................................................................................................................................................... 9

3 Installing the Instrument and Plug-in Cards.......................................................................................................... 10


3.1 Mechanical Preparation....................................................................................................................................................................10
3.2 Hardware Construction.....................................................................................................................................................................10
3.2.1 Standard RS-232 Interface ........................................................................................................................................................11
3.3 Accessories ............................................................................................................................................................................................13
3.3.1 Installing Plug-in Cards...............................................................................................................................................................13
3.3.2 Cable Connection in the D-Sub Connector Mating Plugs ...............................................................................................14
3.3.3 PR5301/04 Serial I/O and Analog Output............................................................................................................................15
3.3.4 PR5301/15 Relay Output Card.................................................................................................................................................17
3.4 Connecting Load Cells .......................................................................................................................................................................18
3.4.1 Connecting a Load Cell with 4-wire Cable ...........................................................................................................................18
3.4.2 Connecting PR6221 Load Cells .................................................................................................................................................18
3.4.3 Connecting up to 8 Load Cells (650 ¥) Using 6-wire Connecting Cable....................................................................19
3.4.4 Connecting Platforms (CAP...)...................................................................................................................................................20

4 Commissioning ............................................................................................................................................................ 21
4.1 Data Backup / Power Failure...........................................................................................................................................................21
4.1.1 CAL Switch ......................................................................................................................................................................................21
4.2 Switching on the Instrument..........................................................................................................................................................22
4.2.1 Password ..........................................................................................................................................................................................22
4.2.2 Front-panel Key Test C47..........................................................................................................................................................22
4.2.3 Resetting to Factory Default C72 ...........................................................................................................................................22
4.3 Calibration and Configuration using the Front-panel Keys..................................................................................................23
4.3.1 Front-panel Key Operation ........................................................................................................................................................23
4.3.2 Entering the Date and Time C01.............................................................................................................................................23
4.3.3 Parameter Table.............................................................................................................................................................................24
4.3.4 New Calibration with Weights C30 – C35 ...........................................................................................................................25
4.3.5 Subsequent Dead Load Correction C37 .................................................................................................................................26
4.3.6 Displaying the Calibration Data C30 – C35.........................................................................................................................26
4.3.7 Calculation with mV/V Value.....................................................................................................................................................27
4.3.8 Calibration in mV/V C39 ............................................................................................................................................................28
4.3.9 Displaying the Calibration Data in mV/V C39.....................................................................................................................28

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4.4 Parameter Input ..................................................................................................................................................................................29


4.5 Error Messages.....................................................................................................................................................................................30
4.5.1 Calibration Error Messages ........................................................................................................................................................30
4.5.2 Measuring Circuit Error Messages ...........................................................................................................................................30
4.5.3 General Error Conditions/Causes..............................................................................................................................................31
4.6 Configuration of General Parameters..........................................................................................................................................32
4.6.1 Serial Interfaces C04 – C09 ......................................................................................................................................................32
4.6.2 Configuring the Weight Ticket Layout C15.........................................................................................................................32
4.7 Limits, Relay Outputs.........................................................................................................................................................................33
4.7.1 Configuring Limits C25 – C28...................................................................................................................................................33
4.8 Analog Output C17...........................................................................................................................................................................34
4.9 Printing the Configuration Data C58..........................................................................................................................................34
4.10 Test Functions ......................................................................................................................................................................................35
4.10.1 Testing the Analog Output C 46 .............................................................................................................................................35
4.10.2 Testing the Front-panel Keys C47 ..........................................................................................................................................35
4.10.3 Testing the Display C60 .............................................................................................................................................................35
4.10.4 Testing the EEPROMs C64 .........................................................................................................................................................35
4.10.5 Testing the Serial RS-232 Interface C69 ..............................................................................................................................35
4.10.6 Testing the Serial RS-485 Interface C71 ..............................................................................................................................35

5 Repairs and Maintenance.......................................................................................................................................... 36


5.1 Solder Work..........................................................................................................................................................................................36
5.2 Cleaning.................................................................................................................................................................................................36

6 Recycling...................................................................................................................................................................... 36

7 Specifications .............................................................................................................................................................. 37
7.1 General Data ........................................................................................................................................................................................37
7.1.1 PR5301/00 Power Supply ...........................................................................................................................................................37
7.2 Effect of Ambient Conditions.........................................................................................................................................................37
7.2.1 Environmental Conditions..........................................................................................................................................................37
7.2.2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) ....................................................................................................................................37
7.2.3 RF Interference Suppression......................................................................................................................................................37
7.3 Weighing Electronics.........................................................................................................................................................................38
7.3.1 Load Cells.........................................................................................................................................................................................38
7.3.2 Principle ...........................................................................................................................................................................................38
7.3.3 Accuracy and Stability.................................................................................................................................................................38
7.4 Mechanical Data .................................................................................................................................................................................38
7.4.1 Construction Type.........................................................................................................................................................................38
7.4.2 Dimensions ......................................................................................................................................................................................38
7.4.3 Weight ..............................................................................................................................................................................................38

8 Index............................................................................................................................................................................. 39

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1 Safety Information
1.1 Electrical Protection Class

This instrument has been built and tested in compliance with the safety regulations
for measuring and control instrumentation for protective class I (protective earth
connection) according to IEC 1010/ EN61010 or VDE 0411. The instrument was in
perfect condition with regard to safety features when it left the factory. To
maintain this condition and to ensure safe operation, the operator must follow the
instructions and observe the warnings in this manual.

1.2 Intended Use


The instrument is intended for use an an indicator for weighing functions.
It meets the requirements for class A electromagnetic emission in industrial areas.
Product operation, commissioning and maintenance must be performed by trained and qualified personnel
who are aware of and able to deal with the related hazards and take suitable measures for self-protection.
The instrument reflects the state of the art. The manufacturer does not accept any liability for damage caused
by other system components or due to incorrect use of the product.

1.3 Initial Inspection


Check the content of the consignment for completeness and inspect it visually for signs of damage that may
have occurred during transport. If there are grounds for rejection of the goods, a claim must be filed with the
carrier immediately and the Sartorius sales or service organization must be notified.

1.4 Before Commissioning

Visual inspection:
Before commissioning and after storage or transport, inspect the instrument visually for signs
of mechanical damage.

1.4.1 Installation
The instrument front panel meets IP 65. It is suitable for mounting in any position. To ensure proper cooling of
the instrument, make sure air circulation around the instrument is not blocked. Avoid exposing the instrument
to excessive heat; e.g., from direct sunlight. The specified ambient conditions must be taken into account at all
times. The instrument is suitable for mounting in control panels or cabinets.

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1.4.2 Opening the Instrument

Caution: Danger of death!


Working on the instrument while it is switched on may have life-threatening
consequences.
Disconnect the instrument from the supply voltage. Any time covers or parts are removed
using tools, live parts or terminals may be exposed.
Capacitors in the unit may still be charged also after disconnecting the unit from all
voltage sources.
This instrument contains electrostatically sensitive components. For this reason, an equipotential bonding
conductor must be connected when working on the open instrument (antistatic protection).

1.4.3 Protective Earth


The instrument must be connected to protective earth via a protective earth conductor (PE) in the power
connector. The power cable contains a protective earth conductor which must not be interrupted inside or
outside the unit (e.g., by using an extension cable that does not have a protective earth connection). The PE
conductor is connected to the back panel of the housing inside the instrument.

1.4.4 Power Connection and Power Supply

The unit does not have a power switch and is ready for operation immediately after connecting the supply
voltage. Safe interruption of both supply voltage conductors must be provided for, either by disconnecting the
power connector or using a separate switch. The unit is equipped with a wide range power supply and covers AC
systems with a frequency of 50 Hz/60 Hz and a voltage range of 100 VAC to 240 VAC +10%/-15% automatically
(without manual selection).

1.4.5 Fuse Protection

The supply voltage is protected by two 5 mm x 20 mm, 250 V, 500 mA slow blowing type fuses. When a fuse has
tripped:
• Disconnect the unit from all voltage sources.
• Determine and eliminate the source of error.
• Replace the fuse and re-connect the instrument to the supply voltage.

1.4.6 Failure and Excessive Stress

If there is any reason to assume that safe operation of the instrument is no longer ensured, shut it down and
make sure it cannot be used. Safe operation is no longer ensured if any of the following is true:
- The instrument is physically damaged.
- The instrument does not function.
- The instrument has been subjected to stresses beyond the tolerance limits (e.g., during storage or transport).

1.4.7 Important Note

Make sure that the construction of the instrument is not altered to the detriment of safety. In particular,
leakage paths, air gaps (of live parts) and insulating layers must not be reduced. Sartorius cannot be held
responsible for personal injury or property damage caused by an instrument repaired incorrectly by a user or
installer.

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2 Process Indicator
The instrument is equipped with a six-digit 7-segment display and additional status indicators. Configuration,
calibration and operation can be performed using six double-function keys.

2.1 Overview of the Instrument


- Accuracy: 3000 d for the weighing electronics
- Weight indication via 6-digit 7-segment display
- 6 front-panel function keys for operation
- Front panel rated to IP 65, back panel to IP30
- RS-232 interface, built in, for connecting e.g. a printer or remote indicator
- Expansion possible by addition of plug-in circuit boards for RS-485 and analog output, relay outputs
- Wide range power supply for 100 – 240 V AC, protection class I (protective earth)
- Plug-in connections on the back panel
- Suitable for mounting in a panel cut-out or a cabinet
- Calibration using weights, or by entering mV/V values via the front-panel keys
- Software configuration of the interface cards, e.g. for remote display or printer
- Self-testing functions

2.2 Housing
The instrument has aluminum housing with a front panel compliant with IP 65. It is suitable for installation in a
control cabinet. Keypad, display and display board form a unit with the front panel. A square cut-out is
required for mounting. The cable connections are made on the back panel of the housing. A 6-contact plug-in
terminal block is provided for connection of the load cells. The built-in serial interface has a 9-contact D-Sub
female connector. The power supply cable is connected to the built-in standard European power supply
connector socket (with fuse holder).

Front view Side view

View from the back Panel cut-out

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2.3 Display and Controls

2.3.1 Display

The display permits indication of 5-digit weight values (height: approx. 15 mm) with decimal point and polarity
sign.
Possible units of mass are t, kg or g; the symbol is shown by an LED right beside the weight value.

Status indicators Weight value Mass unit

Front-panel keys (indicator / navigation)

B/G Gross weight display Setup Instrument set-up

Weight unit,
T Tare weight display g, kg, t LED is active only, provided that the
weight value is stable.
The weight value is within +/- ¼ d of
N Net weight display
zero.

2.3.2 Front-panel Keys

Indicator keys

Instrument set-up Start printing

Taring; the current gross weight is stored


Set gross weight to zero, provided that:
in the tare memory, provided that: - weight value is stable
- weight value is stable
- weight within zero setting range
- indicator not in error status
Reset tare
Display switch-over between
Test mode
net, gross and tare weight

The front-panel keys can be switched off; see Chapter 4.3.1.1 .


For calibration and parameter input using the front-panel keys, see Chapter 4.3.

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2.3.3 Overview of Accessories

2.3.4 Plug-in Circuit Boards

Maximally 2 boards may be fitted on the back panel. Mounting two boards of the same type is not possible.

Product Function
PR5301/04
The serial RS-485 interface is configured via software. 0 - 20 or
1 serial RS-485 interface and
4 - 20 mA analog output is selectable.
1 analog output
PR5301/15
Limit value outputs as change-over contact
2 relay outputs

For details on the plug-in circuit boards, refer to Chapter 3.3 .

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3 Installing the Instrument and Plug-in Cards


• Before starting work, please read Chapter 1 and follow all instructions!
Further procedures:
• Check the consignment: unpack the components specific to the application.
• Safety check: inspect all components for damage.
• Make sure the on-site installation is correct and complete including cables, e.g. power cable fuse protection,
load cells, cable junction box, data cable, console/cabinet, etc.
• Follow the instructions for installation of the unit relating to application, safety, ventilation, sealing and
environmental influences!
• If necessary, mount the plug-in cards (instrument must be disconnected from all voltage sources).
• Connect the cable from cable junction box or platform/load cell.
• If applicable: connect other data cables, etc.
• Connect the instrument power cable.
• Check the installation.

3.1 Mechanical Preparation


For cabinet or panel-mounting, a corresponding cut-out for the housing must be provided. See Chapter 2.2.
Have all required parts, technical documents and tools at hand for mounting. Take the cable to the place of
installation and secure it (e.g. using cable ties). Remove the insulation from the cable ends, keep the strands
short and fit them with ferrules.

3.2 Hardware Construction


The electronics are contained on three printed circuit boards: display board, power supply board and ADC board.
The display board is connected to the ADC board and to the interfaces on the back panel via plug-in
connections.

Display board

Power supply board

ADC board

The load cell connector, the CAL switch and the serial interface
are accessible from the back.

An additional RS-485 interface and an analog output are


available for the PR5301/04 option.
With the PR5301/15 option, additional relay outputs are fitted.
Load cell CAL RS-232
connector

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3.2.1 Standard RS-232 Interface

The instrument is fitted with a standard RS-232 interface accessible from the back. It is configurable and can
be used e.g. for data transmissison to a remote indicator or a printer.

Type 1x RS-232, full duplex

Transfer rates 300…19,200 bit/s

Parity None, odd, even

Data bits 7 / 8 bits

Input signal level Logic 1 (high) - 3 ... - 15 V


Logic 0 (low) + 3 ... + 15 V
Output signal level Logic 1 (high) - 5 ... - 10 V
Logic 0 (low) + 5 ... + 10 V
Number of signals 2 output signals (TXD, RTS)
2 input signals (RXD, CTS)
Potential equalization No

Cable type Twisted pair, shielded


(e.g. LifYCY 3x2x0,20),
1 conductor pair for mass

Connection 9-contact D-Sub female Cable length Max. 15 m


connector

3.2.1.1 Connection of a Remote Indicator via RS-232

A PR1627 remote indicator or a PR1628 remote terminal can be connected to the RS-232 interface. It is a
point-to-point transmission (sending and receiving) for the weight display and the taring, reset tare and zero
setting functions.

Press to select [C 04] = 4800, [C 05] = 0, [C 06] = 7b-E, [C 14] = X2 (RS-232: remote indicator).

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3.2.1.2 Connecting a YDP12IS or YDP04IS Ticket Printer

The ticket printer YDP12IS-OCEUV or YDP04IS-OCEUV can be connected via the RS-232 interface.

If the printer is connected via the RS-232 interface:


Press to select [C 04] = 9600, [C 05] = 1, [C 06] = 8b-n, [C 14] = X1 (RS 232: printer).

The printer itself must be set to Line Mode (factory setting: Page Mode). Press the 'FEED' button to change
modes; please refer to the instructions given in the operating manual delivered with the printer.

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3.3 Accessories

3.3.1 Installing Plug-in Cards

Two cards can be mounted on the back panel. With PR5301/04 (RS-485 interface and analog output), a 10-pin
connector on the display board is used for connection to the instrument. For PR5310/15 (relay outputs), a 4-pin
connector on the display board and a 2-pin connector on the power supply board are provided. Mount the
cards on the back panel using 2 screws and the screws of the 9-contact Sub-D female connectors. The
connections and connection examples for the cards are described in Chapters 3.3.3 and 3.3.4.

Before installing or removing a plug-in card, disconnect the instrument from all voltage sources.

Installing PR5301/04:

• Remove the dummy from the back panel (2


screws; M3).
• Mount the card on the back panel using the
2 screws (M3).
• Insert and tighten 4 screws for the 9-contact
Sub-D connectors.
• Connect the 10-contact socket with the
display board.
• Fasten the cable to the bottom plate (2x).

Installing PR5301/15:

• Remove the dummy from the rear panel (2


screws; M3).
• Mount the card on the back panel using the
2 screws (M3).
• Connect the 4-contact socket to the display
board.
• Connect the 2- contact socket to the power
supply board.
• Fasten the cable to the bottom plate (2 x).

PR5301/15
relay output

PR5301/04
RS-485, analog output

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3.3.2 Cable Connection in the D-Sub Connector Mating Plugs

The connections on the back panel are plug-in type. Keep the conductors as short as possible and connect them
to the terminals. The connector housings are conductive (metallized); i.e., part of the shield, and must be
fastened to the back panel by screws.

Mounting a cable:
• Open the connector housing (catches).
• Release and open the cable clamp.
• Remove approx. 50-60 mm of the cable insulation.
• Shorten the shield to 5 mm and bend it over the cable sheath.
• Remove 3mm wire insulation and connect the conductor by
soldering.
• Insert the pin unit.
• Put the cable under the cable clamp.
The grounding tongue presses on the shield bent backwards; the
clamp presses on the cable sheath.
• Close and tighten the cable clamp.
• Check the strain relief.
• Insert the mounting screws on both sides.
• Close the connector housing (catches).

The shield must be connected on both ends of the cable to the


metal housings!

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3.3.3 PR5301/04 Serial I/O and Analog Output

The plug-in card has a bi-directional serial interface and an analog output. Only 1 card for each instrument can
be used. The relevant interface parameters are set under ; no settings are possible on the card itself. The card
is connected to the instrument by plugging it into the 10-contact connector on the display board.

RS-485
Connection 9-contact D-Sub female connector
Type RS-485 full duplex
Transfer rate 300…19,200 bit/s
Signals TxA, RxA, TxB, RxB
Electrical isolation No
Cable length Max. 1000 m
Cable type Shielded twisted pair
(e.g. LifYCY 3x2x0,20),
1 conductor pair for GND.
Analog output
Connection D-Sub 9-contact female connector
Type Active current output: 20 mA, 10 V
output via external 500 ¥ resistor
Output Gross weight
Range 0/4…20mA, configurable
Resolution 16 bits
Linearity error @ 0 - 20mA: 0.04 %
@ 4 - 20 mA: 0.02 %
Dimensions Temperature effect <100 ppm/K
103×43×18mm
(L×W×H) Zero error 0.05 %
Weight approx. 20 g Max. error <0.1 %
Accessories 2 D-Sub 9-pin mating Load Max. 0…500 ¥
(delivered with plugs (male)
the unit) incl. shielding hoods Electrical isolation Analog output: yes

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3.3.3.1 Connecting a PR1627 Remote Display over RS-485


Point-to-point transmission (simultaneous sending and receiving possible) for the weight display and the
functions: taring, reset tare and zero setting.

Configuration: [C 07] = 4800, [C 09] = 7b-E, [C 14] = 2X (RS 485: PR1627/PR1628)

3.3.3.2 Analog output connection

Configuration: [C 17] = 0-20 for 0 … 20 mA or 4–20 for 4 … 20 mA

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3.3.4 PR5301/15 Relay Output Card

The card has 2 potential-free relays, each with a change-over contact.

Number of relays 2
Type Change-over contact
Electrical isolation Yes
Connection 7-contact plug-in screw terminals
for max. 2.5 mm²
Contact load 0.5 A @ 24 VAC
0.5 A @ 32 VDC
Cable type Shielded, 6-wire,
e.g. LiYCY 6 x 0.5
Dimensions (L×W×H) 103×43×18mm
Accessories (delivered 7-contact female mating
with the unit) connector with screw terminals

Built-in 7-pin male connector Weight approx. 20g

Pin allocation of the back panel connector (for installation, refer to Chapter 3.3.1)

nc - co = de-energized/not activated, closed


no – co = de-energized/not activated, open

co = common pole

Both relays are fitted with a change-over contact that establishes


the connection between the common pole (co) and the
terminal (nc) in the non-activated (de-energized) condition.
When activated, there is a connection between the poles (co) and
(no).

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3.4 Connecting Load Cells


Load cells or analog platforms (e.g. CAPP series) can be connected.
The supply voltage is protected against short circuit and overload.

Built-in 6-pin male connector with mating plug.


Cable cross section for screw terminals: max. 2.5 mm²

Terminal block Connection Description


+M + meas. + signal / LC output
-M - meas. - signal / LC output
+V + supply + supply / excitation
+S + sense + sense
-S - sense - sense
-V - supply - supply / excitation
Housing GND shield / ground

3.4.1 Connecting a Load Cell with 4-wire Cable

Provide links directly at the terminal block:


• from + supply to + sense and
• from – supply to - sense

The cable colors shown above are applicable to the Sartorius PR62.. series load cells.
Before connecting, check the assignment of cable colors in the load cell manual.

3.4.2 Connecting PR6221 Load Cells

See PR6021/08, -/68 installation manual.

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3.4.3 Connecting up to 8 Load Cells (650 ¥) Using 6-wire Connecting Cable

Via cable junction box PR6130/.. using PR 6135 or PR6136 connecting cable:

The cable colors


shown here are valid
for Sartorius PR62 . .
series load cells and
for the PR6135
connecting cable.

When using different


load cells, the cable
colors may have
different assignments.

For this reason,


consult the relevant
manual or data sheet
for the assignments of
cable colors before
connecting.

Recommendations: - Install cable in steel pipe connected to earth potential.


- Min. distance to high-voltage cables: 1m

Load cell supply circuit


Load resistance of load cell circuit >75 ¥, e.g. 8 load cells of 650 ¥ each,
supply voltage is 8.5 V DC, for further data, see Chapter 7.3.

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3.4.4 Connecting Platforms (CAP...)

A Combics analog plattform (CAP... series) can be connected to the instrument.


The following example shows a platform with 6-wire connection and another one with 4-wire connection.

Platforms with 4-wire


connections require links
between +V and +S and between
–V and –S.

The cable colors shown above are valid for a CAPP4 500 x 400 and a CAPP1 320 x 420, as an example.
The assignments of cable colors are given in the platform operating manual.

The cable shields must be connected to the GND terminal of the instrument. If the measuring lines (+M, -M) are
shielded individually, these shields must be connected to the GND terminals as well.

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Front panel key assignments and operating concept are described in Chapter 2.3.

4.1 Data Backup / Power Failure


The calibration data and parameters as well as configuration and interface data are stored in non-volatile
(EAROM) memory. In the event of a power failure, all data and parameters are stored; only the time is reset to
00:00.
The function of the front-panel keys can be disabled individually.
Unauthorized alteration of data is prevented by an access code. The calibration data and parameters are
provided with additional write protection (CAL switch, refer to Chapter 4.1.1).

4.1.1 CAL Switch

The CAL switch is located on the instrument back panel. Generally, we recommend setting the switch to the
closed position after calibration to prevent accidental overwriting/loss of calibration data and parameters.

CAL switch

[opened];
no write protection

[closed];
write protection active

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4.2 Switching on the Instrument


When the instrument supply voltage is switched on, it starts up with the following displays:

, ,8,8,8,8,8 The display test is executed: the 4 LEDs right and left of the weight display are lit and all segments
8
are displayed.

SR ,!43 The software release (e.g. 1.43) is displayed.

1!345 A weight value is displayed; the unit (g / kg / t ) and the type (B/G = gross weight, T = tare and N =
net weight) are indicated by LEDs.

ERR 55 Error message (e.g. measuring signal cable break, measuring signal not connected): for further error
messages, see Chapter 4.5.1.

4.2.1 Password

During operation, CODE ? is displayed for changes.


After pressing , enter the key sequence (non-alterable code).
00000 is displayed.

4.2.2 Front-panel Key Test C47

1. Press , until C 00 is displayed.


2. To change it into C47, press / and / .
3. Press . CODE ? is displayed.
4. Press and enter the key sequence .

When pressing a button, the number of the button (from


left to right, starting with 0) is displayed.
0 1 2 3 4 5

Press button (display 0) to quit the menu.

4.2.3 Resetting to Factory Default C72

To set the instrument to pre-defined values after faulty setting / replacement, the instrument can be reset to
the factory default condition.

1. Press until C 00 is displayed.


2. To change it into C72, press / and / .
3. Press . CODE ? is displayed.
4. Press and enter the code .
5. 0 is displayed. To reset the values, press to change it into 1.
6. Press . A safety prompt SAVE-Y is shown. To start, press .
The reset progress is indicated by an increasing number of 1, 2, ... 99. After resetting, C 73 is displayed.
Press to quit the menu.

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4.3 Calibration and Configuration using the Front-panel Keys

4.3.1 Front-panel Key Operation


The instrument is set directly using the front-panel keys:

Press Setup during approx. 3 seconds. The setup LED is lit.


C 00 The units digit of display value 00 blinks.

Press to select the next parameter (C 01).


Press to change to the tens digit; the higher digit blinks.
The complete parameter table is described in Chapter 4.3.3.

Press to complete the entries, and to quit a menu.

All parameters/data are identified clearly by a max. 2-digit number (C 00 … C 99).

When overwriting data, a safety prompt is displayed:


reply SAVE-Y to save, or if you don’t want to save it, press / to change ’y’ into 'n' SAVE-N .

4.3.1.1 Switching off the Front-panel Keys C24

The front-panel keys can be switched off individually under C24:

Enter e.g. 1 + 4 = 05 to switch off the zero and tare


button.
1 2 4 8 16

4.3.2 Entering the Date and Time C01

1. Press until C 00 is displayed.


2. To change it into C 01, press .
3. Press . YY is displayed.
4. Press . The year 2008 is shown. Press / and / to change it.
5. Press . SAVE-Y is displayed.
6. Press . dd is displayed.
7. Press . 01.01. (day.month) is shown. Press / and / to change it.
8. Press . SAVE-Y is displayed.
9. Press . tt is displayed.
10. Press . The hour.minute 00.00 is displayed. Press / and / to change it.
11. Press . SAVE-Y is displayed.
12. Press . C 02 is displayed.
13. Press to quit the menu.

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4.3.3 Parameter Table

- C01 YY, dd, tt Year, month.day, hour.minute (24-h mode)


- C04 RS 232: Baudrate 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200
- C05 RS 232: Xon/Xoff – RTS/CTS 0 – Xon/Xoff, 1 – RTS/CTS
- C06 RS 232: Databit-Parity 7b, 8b 7 – 8 bits, E, o, n - even, odd, none
- C07 RS 485: Baudrate 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200
- C08 RS 485: Xon/Xoff 0 – not activated, 1- activated
- C09 Databit-Parity RS 485 7b, 8b 7 – 8 bits, E, o, n - even, odd, none
- C14 Protocol RS 485 RS 232 * 0 – none, 1 - printer, 2 - PR1627/PR1628, e.g. 10 *: RS 485 printer
- C15 Config for Printout 0 – none, 1 – gross weight, 2 – net weight, 3 – tare weight, 4 – date and time,
5 – sequence no., 6 - <CR>+ <LF>, 7 – instrument address
- C16 Sequence number Sequence number for the next ticket (1, 2, … 99999)
- C17 Analog output Analog output current in mA 0–20, 4-20
- C22 Instrument address Instrument address ( A, B, … Z)
- C24 Disable Key function 00 – all switched on, 1 - , 2 - , 4 - , 8 - , 16 - switched off
- C25 Limit 1, on value Limit 1 on (0 – Max.)
- C26 Limit 1, off value Limit 1 off (0 – Max.)
- C27 Limit 2, on value Limit 2 on (0 – Max.)
- C28 Limit 2, off value Limit 2 off (0 – Max.)
- C30 Decimal point 0, 1, 2, 3 , number of digits behind the decimal point
- C31 Dimension 0 – g, 1 – kg, 2 – t, weight unit
- C32 Scale interval 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, scale interval
- C34 Measuring rate 0 – very stable, 1 – stable, 2 – unstable, 3 – very unstable ambient conditions
- C35 Calibration by weight Calibration with weights / empty scale
- C37 Subsequent dead load Subsequent dead load correction
- C39 Calibration by mV/V Calibration with mV/V value
- C40 Standstill range Stability range 0 – 0.25, 1 – 0.5, 2 – 1, 3 – 2, 4 – 4, 5 – 8 digits
- C41 Standstill time Stability time 0 – none, 1 – short, 2 – long, 3 – very long delay time
- C42 Zero setting range Zero setting range; 0 – 2%, 1 – 5%, 2 – 10% of maximum capacity (Max)
- C43 Autozero track. range Zero tracking range; 0.00 – 9.75
- C44 Autozero track. step Zero tracking step; 0.00 – 9.75
- C46 Analog test Analog output test
- C47 Keypad test Test of the keypad
- C51 Min weight Minimum weight for printing 0, 1, ..20, ...99 d
- C58 Cal., Config. Print-out Printout of the calibration data and configuration parameters
- C60 Display test Display of the individual segments
- C64 EEPROM test The test progress and completion (donE) are displayed.
- C69 Ser. I/O test RS 232 Loop test for the serial RS-232 interface
- C71 Ser. I/O test RS 485 Loop test for the serial RS-485 interface
- C72 Reset to factory default Resetting to the factory default condition, 1 – reset
- C99 Display of SW versions Display of program and ADC versions

* Digit sequence: 1 0

Interfaces: RS-485 RS-232

The meaning of the individual data and parameters as well as the related ranges are explained in the following
descriptions. Parameter numbers not included in the table are not used.

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4.3.4 New Calibration with Weights C30 – C35

START
1. Allow the instrument to warm up (during approx. 60 minutes) and open the CAL switch.
2. Press until C 00 is displayed.

Resetting the INSTRUMENT to FACTORY DEFAULTS


3. The instrument is reset to the factory default condition using parameter C 72; see chapter 4.2.3.

Determining the WEIGHT UNIT and the SCALE INTERVAL


4. Press and to change it into C 30.
5. Press . CODE ? is displayed.
6. Press and enter the code . The number of digits behind the decimal point is shown.
7. Press / to select 0 (none), 1, 2 or 3 digits behind the decimal point **.
8. Press . C 31 (weight unit) is displayed.
9. Press and / so select 0 (g), 1 (kg) or 2 (t) **.
10. Press . C 32 is displayed (scale interval).
11. Press and / to select 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 50**.
12. Press . C 33 is displayed. Press to change it into C34 (measuring rate/ambient conditions).
13. Press and / to select 0 (very stable), 1 (stable), 2 (unstable) or 3 (very unstable) **.

Determining the MAXIMUM VALUE for display and the CALIBRATION WEIGHT
14. Press . C 35 is displayed (maximum weight to be displayed).
15. Press . FSd (Max) is displayed.
16. Press . E.g. 000.00 is displayed. Press / and / to set Max **.
17. Press . CAL (blinking) is displayed.
18. Press . E.g. 003.00 is displayed. Press / and / to set the calibration weight **.

Determining the DEAD LOAD, CALIBRATING


19. Press . St-CAL is displayed.
20. Press . unLoAd is displayed. Unload the scale.
21. Press . 00000 is displayed. Wait, until e.g. 100.00 (entered calibration weight) is displayed.
22. Apply the calibration weight. Wait, until the unit and are displayed.
23. Press . The calibration weight is stored. C 36 is displayed.

Finishing the CALIBRATION


24. Press . The calibration weight and the unit are displayed.
25. Unless additional parameters must be changed, close the CAL switch; see Chapter 4.1.1.
26. The instrument is re-started with a segment test and display of the program version.
** Press . After changing, SAVE-Y is displayed; refer to Chapter 4.3.1.

Adjustable scale interval and number of digits behind the decimal point
Scale interval
1 2 5 10 20 50
00000
0000.0 --- --- ---
000.00 --- --- ---
00.000 --- --- ---
Digits behind
decimal point

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4.3.5 Subsequent Dead Load Correction C37

If the weight of the hopper or of the platform changes e.g. due to a decrease of the dead load, an increase of
the dead load or mechanical changes by an amount exceeding the zero setting range, the automatic zero
tracking and manual zero setting are out of function. In this case, the dead load (empty hopper/scale
construction) must be reset.

START
1. Allow the instrument to warm up during approx. 60 minutes and open the CAL switch on the back of the
instrument.
2. Press , until C 00 is displayed.

Changing the DEAD LOAD


3. Press (7x) and (3x) to change it into C 37.
4. Press . CODE ? is displayed.
5. Press and enter the code .
6. 0 is displayed. Press / to change it into 1**.
7. Make sure that only the dead load is applied.
8. Press . C 38 is displayed.

SAVING
9. Press . E.g. 0.00 with the unit is displayed.
10. Unless additional parameters must be changed, close the CAL switch; refer to Chapter 4.1.1.
11. The instrument is re-started with a segment test and display of the program version.

** Press . If changes were made, SAVE-Y is displayed; see Chapter 4.3.1.

4.3.6 Displaying the Calibration Data C30 – C35

START
1. The CAL switch should be closed.
2. Press , until C 00 is displayed.
DIGITS BEHIND THE DECIMAL POINT
3. Press and to change the parameter into C 30.
4. Press . CODE ? is displayed.
5. Press and enter the code .
The number of digits behind the decimal point is displayed: 0 (none), 1, 2 or 3 digits.
WEIGHT UNIT
6. Press . C 31 is displayed (weight unit).
7. Press . 0 (g), 1 (kg) or 2 (t) is displayed.
SCALE INTERVAL
8. Press . C 32 (scale interval) is displayed.
9. Press . 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 are displayed.
10. Press . C 33 is displayed.
MEASURING RATE
11. Press . C 34 (measuring rate/ambient conditions) is displayed.
12. Press . 0 (very stable), 1 (stable), 2 (unstable) or 3 (very unstable) is displayed.
MAXIMUM VALUE
13. Press . C 35 (maximum weight to be displayed) is displayed.
14. Press . FSd (Max) is displayed.
15. Press . The maximum value is displayed.
CALIBRATION WEIGHT
16. Press . CAL is displayed.
17. Press . The value of the calibration weight is displayed.
18. Press . CAL is displayed.
19. Press . C 35 is displayed.
20. Press . The normal weight is displayed again.

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4.3.7 Calculation with mV/V Value

Calibration without weights is possible. During input of the load cell mV/V value, the acceleration of gravity at
the place of installation can be taken into account. The STAR load cell (PR62..) data is based on the acceleration
of gravity effective at Hamburg, Germany: 9.81379 m/s².
Calculation of the average load cell sensitivity:
With D1 specification load cells, the use of sensitivity C given in the data sheet is sufficient.
The average load cell sensitivity CAvr is calculated as follows:

C1 + C2 + ... + Cn
CAvr = 1 Ra2
Ra1 Ran
+ 1 + ... + 1
Ra1 Ra2 Ran

The formula is simplified when the output resistance Ra for the load cells is almost equal:

1
CAvr =
n
∑ C

SPAN: Calculation of the equivalent input voltage in mV/V


SPAN indicates the equivalent input voltage in mV/V related to the maximum capacity (Max) of the scale. It is
calculated as follows:

maximum capacity * load cell sensitivity CAvr [mV/V ]


SPAN [mV/V] =
load cell capacity (nominal load * number of load cells)

Dead load: Calculation of the equivalent input voltage in mV/V


The input voltage in mV/V equivalent to the dead load can be calculated by using the dead load rather than the
maximum capacity in the formula specified above.
Normally, calculation of the dead load (scale without load/empty hopper) is not necessary. Subsequent dead
load correction (as described in Chapter 4.3.5) can be used for later re-determination of the dead load, when
the scale/hopper is empty.

Example: Load cell(s)


with rated output of 2mV/V
at nominal load of 2000 kg

Max (FSD): 1000 kg,


Dead load: 500 kg,
Load cell supply voltage: 8.5 VDC

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4.3.8 Calibration in mV/V C39

START
1. Allow the instrument to warm up during approx. 60 minutes. Open the CAL switch on the back of the
instrument.
2. Press , until C 00 is displayed.

MAXIMUM VALUE in mV/V


3. Press and (4x) to change the display into C 39.
4. Press . CODE ? is displayed.
5. Press and enter the code .
6. Press . FSd (Max) is displayed.
7. Press . Max in weight units is displayed.
8. Press . SPAn is displayed.
9. Press . 2.0000 (mV/V) is displayed. Press and to change the value **.

DEAD LOAD in mV/V


10. Press . dEAd is displayed.
11. Press . 0.0000 (mV/V) is displayed. Press and to change the value **.
12. C 40 is displayed.
13. Press . The normal weight is displayed again.
14. Unless additional parameters must be changed, close the CAL switch; see Chapter 4.1.1.

** Press . If changes were made, SAVE-Y is displayed; refer to Chapter 4.3.1.

Caution: Steps 10 and 11 are indispensable also if the dead load is determined subsequently with an empty
scale/hopper. After completing step 13, proceed as described in Chapter 4.3.5.

4.3.9 Displaying the Calibration Data in mV/V C39

START
1. The CAL switch should be closed.
2. Press , until C 00 is displayed.

MAXIMUM VALUE in weight units


3. Press and (4x) to change the display into C 39.
4. Press . CODE ? is displayed.
5. Press and enter the code .
6. Press . FSd (Max) is displayed.
7. Press . Max is displayed in units of weight.

MAXIMUM VALUE in mV/V


8. Press . SPAn is displayed.
9. Press . Max is displayed in mV/V.

DEAD LOAD in mV/V


10. Press . dEAd is displayed.
11. Press . The dead load in mV/V is displayed.
12. Press . C 40 is displayed.
13. Press to return to the normal weight display.

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4.4 Parameter Input

Measuring rate C34


The measuring rate is influenced directly by the environmental conditions. These conditions can vary from very
stable to very unstable. The measuring rate is short if the environmental conditions are very stable, while very
instable environmental conditions lead to a long measuring rate and a slow display.

0 very stable 50 ms 2 unstable 200 ms


1 stable 100 ms 3 very unstable 400 ms

Standstill range C40


A change (S range) per time (S time) is entered as a criterion for standstill detection.
The following range is available:

0 0.25 digits 3 2 digits


1 0.50 digits 4 4 digits
2 1.00 digits 5 8 digits

Standstill time C41


Time for recognition of the weight stability condition. The time is based on the selected measuring rate.
Example: With C34 - 2, C41 – 1, the standstill time is 8 x 200ms = 1.6 seconds.

0 no delay 1 x C34 2 long delay 16 x C34


1 short delay 8 x C34 3 very long delay 24 x C34

Zero setting range C42


Determine a +/- range around the zero determined by the dead load during calibration within which
- the displayed gross weight can be set to zero by pressing the zero setting button.
- the automatic zero tracking is active.

0 2% of Max 2 10% of Max


1 5% of Max

The width of the zero setting range is also used to limit the negative gross weight range. When set to 10% of
Max, the instrument goes to underload, if the gross value is lower than -10%.

Zero tracking range C43


Range within which automatic zero tracking compensates deviations (0.00 – 9.75 d).

Zero tracking step C44


Step for automatic zero tracking (0.00 – 9.75 d).

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4.5 Error Messages

4.5.1 Calibration Error Messages


The following error messages can be displayed during calibration.

CERR03 Parameter storage error


CERR03 The calibration was interrupted by time-out.
CERR06 The specified value for the zero tracking range is too low or too high.
CERR06 The specified value for the zero tracking step is too low or too high.
CERR06 The range limits are too low or too high.
CERR06 The calibration weight is too low or too high (higher than Max).
CERR20 External calibration error
CERR31 Error during ’SMART CAL’

4.5.2 Measuring Circuit Error Messages


During operation, the weighing electronics can generate the following error messages on the display.

--H--- Overload
--L--- Underload
ERR 01 Format overflow; the value cannot be shown with 6 digits.
ERR 07 The range limits are too low or too high.
ERR 08 Zero setting error (value not within +/- 2%)
ERR 09 Error during taring (gross weight <= 0)
ERR 54 The measuring signal is too small, or cable break.
ERR 55 The measuring signal is too high, cable break or overload
ERR 57 ADC communication error
ERR 58 EEPROM checksum error
ERR 59 Serial I/O test error
ERR 60 RS-232, external PR1627/PR1628 command error
ERR 61 RS- 485, external PR1627/PR1628 command error
FEERR Fatal error – ADC/ADC EEPROM error

4.5.2.1 Checking the Measuring Circuit


A simple check with the load cells connected is possible using a multimeter:

8.5 V= +/- 0.4 V 8.5 V= +/- 0.4 V 0 - 9 mV= @ LC with 1.0 mV/V
(symmetrical to the housing mass) (symmetrical to the housing mass) 0 - 17 mV= @ LC with 2.0mV/V
supply voltage sense voltage measuring voltage

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4.5.3 General Error Conditions/Causes

Condition Possible error Action


Display is dark Supply voltage failure Check and measure it
Fuse has tripped Determine the cause, replace the fuse
The instrument is Replace or repair it
defective

Display trouble RAM error Execute a warm start


Processor trouble Contact the Sartorius Service department
Contact problems Contact the Sartorius Service department

Failure of communication to Wrong interface Check it


the superordinate or Faulty parameters Check the parameters
subordinate system No power supply Check it

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4.6 Configuration of General Parameters


General parameters are without influence on the weighing electronics.

4.6.1 Serial Interfaces C04 – C09


The instrument has a built-in RS-232 interface and can be extended by a serial RS-485 interface using the
PR5301/04 plug-in card.
A transfer rate of 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 9600 or 19200 is selectable.
Software handshake Xon/Xoff can be switched on or off.
7 or 8 bits with even, odd or no parity are transmitted.

Instrument address C22


Instrument address identification (A, B, ... Z) e.g. for the printout.

Sequence number C16


The sequence number can be added to the printout (selectable); it is incremented automatically ( max. 99999 )
and can be set under this parameter.

4.6.2 Configuring the Weight Ticket Layout C15

The connection example for a printer is described in Chapter 3.2.1.2.


The character string to be sent to the printer can be composed of max. 5 elements.
The following elements are available:

0 Empty
1 Gross weight
2 Net weight
3 Tare weight
4 Date and time
5 Sequence number
6 CR + LF (carriage return and line feed)
7 Instrument address

Example:
The entry is made under [C 15] = 45126.
Date and time, sequence number as well as gross and net weight are printed. This is followed by a carriage
return to the beginning of the next line.
45126

07.01.2008 00:23 #00021 <3674 Kg>B <904 Kg>N

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4.7 Limits, Relay Outputs

4.7.1 Configuring Limits C25 – C28

Each limit has a switch-on and a switch-off point to define a hysteresis. The two pairs of values are entered
according to the same procedure. The limits always refer to the gross weight and are output via the relay
output card.
A valid value for the limits is between 0 (= switched off) and Max.

1. Press , until C 00 is displayed.


2. Press (5x) and (2x) to change it into C 25.
3. Press . 00000 is displayed. Press / and / to enter the value for limit 1 on.
4. Press . The safety prompt for storing is displayed.
5. Press . C 26 is displayed. Proceed as described above.
6. Press to quit the menu.

Example:

The output signal (Out 1) of


Limit 1 (Lim 1) switches ’Off’
above a weight (Wgt) of 900 kg;
Limit 2 (Lim 2) switches ‘Off’
below 290 kg. The two limits
have a hysteresis of 10 kg.

In the event of a power failure


(both outputs 'Off’), the outputs
indicate underfill and overfill
simultaneously.

If the limits (Lim) for 'On’ and


'Off’ are equal, output 1 (Out 1)
switches 'On’, when the weight
(Wgt) exceeds the value and
output 2 (Out 2) switches 'Off',
when the weight falls below the
value.

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4.8 Analog Output C17


Max. one PR5301/04 card can be fitted.
The gross weight value is output as 0/4 – 20 mA between 0 and Max. For the technical data and connection
details, see Chapter 3.3.3.

1. Press , until C 00 is displayed.


2. Press (3x) and (2x) to change it into C 17.
3. Press . 4 – 20 is displayed and can be changed into 0 – 20 by pressing .
4. Press . The safety prompt for storing is shown.
5. Press . C 26 is displayed. Proceed as described above.
6. Press to quit the menu.

4.9 Printing the Configuration Data C58


A printout example is shown below:

PR5301/00 – Rel- SR 1.42


ADU Version – 00.38.04
Date: 01.08.2008 14:05
---------------------------------
Protocol RS 232 : Printer
Baud Rate RS 232 : 9600
Xon/Xoff RS 232 : OFF
Data Bit RS 232 : 8B-N
Protocol RS 485 : PR1628
Baud Rate RS 485 : 9600
Data Bit RS 485 : 7B-E
Instrument Addr. : A
Printer Config. : 45126
Sequence Number : 1008
Analog Output : 4-20 mA
Set Tare Key : Enabled
N-B-T Key : Enabled
Set Zero Key : Enabled
Print Key : Enabled
Test Key : Enabled
Limit 1, ON : 120 kg
Limit 1, OFF : 110 kg
Limit 2, ON : 900 kg
Limit 2, OFF : 890 kg
Measuring Rate : 50 ms
Max : 1500 kg
Scale Interval : 1 kg
Span : 0.9005 mV/V
Deadload : 0.3560 mV/V
Standstill Range : 1 d
Zero Set Range : 150.00 Kg
AutoZero Range : OFF
AutoZero Step : OFF
Min : 20 d

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4.10 Test Functions

4.10.1 Testing the Analog Output C 46

Each time a key is pressed, the analog output is incremented by 1 mA from the initial value of 0 or 4 mA related
to the adjusted Max value; the corresponding weight value is shown on the display.
This means that the output provides 1, 2, 3, ... 20 mA for test purposes when set to 0 – 20 mA. Accordingly, 4,
5, 6, ... 20mA are available at the output for test purposes with a setting of 4 – 20mA.
The analog output test is started using parameter C46.

4.10.2 Testing the Front-panel Keys C47


Refer to Chapter 4.2.2

4.10.3 Testing the Display C60


The individual segments of the digital display including the decimal point are displayed successively for all
digits.
The display test is started using parameter C60.

4.10.4 Testing the EEPROMs C64


1. Press , until C 00 is displayed.
2. Press (4x) and (4x) to change it into C 64.
3. Press . CODE ? is displayed.
4. Press and enter the code .
5. Press . The instrument counts to 99 and displays donE.

4.10.5 Testing the Serial RS-232 Interface C69


Use the Sub-D 9 test connector with a link across Tx and Rx for this purpose.

4.10.6 Testing the Serial RS-485 Interface C71


Use the Sub-D 9 test connector with a link across Tx and Rx for this purpose.

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5 Repairs and Maintenance


Repairs are subject to inspection and must be carried out at Sartorius. In case of defect or malfunction, please
contact your local Sartorius dealer or service center for repair. When returning the instrument for repair, please
include a precise and complete description of the problem. Maintenance work may be carried out only by a
trained technician with expert knowledge of the hazards involved and the required precautions.

5.1 Solder Work


Soldering work on the instrument is neither required nor permitted.

5.2 Cleaning
!Disconnect the instrument from the supply voltage and remove connected data cables.

!Prevent moisture from penetrating the instrument.

!Do not use aggressive cleaning agents (solvents, etc.).

§ Clean the indicator using a piece of cloth which has been wet with a mild detergent (soap).
$ If the instrument is used in the food industry, make sure permissible cleaning agents are used.
§ Dry the instrument using a soft cloth.
! Do not wash down the equipment with water or dry it with compressed air; this is not permitted.

6 Recycling

Unless the packaging material is still needed, it should be discarded with the local facilities for waste disposal.
The packaging material is all environmentally compatible and suitable for recycling.

In Germany, the instrument can be returned to Sartorius AG for disposal in


compliance with the legal regulations.
In other countries, the local authorities should be consulted relating to the disposal
of the instrument.

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7 Specifications

7.1 General Data


The following characteristics are valid after a warm-up time of at least 60 minutes
(reference temperature: 23° C).

7.1.1 PR5301/00 Power Supply

Supply voltage 100 V - 240 V AC ±10 % 50/60 Hz


Max. power consumption 21 VA
Primary fuses 2 x 500 mA slow blowing, 5 x 20 mm

7.2 Effect of Ambient Conditions

7.2.1 Environmental Conditions

Temperature range
Ambient temperature for operation -10... +50 °C
Power-on temperature >0 °C
Storage/transport -20... +70 °C
Humidity <95 %, no condensation (acc. to IEC 68-2)
Protection type IP65 front panel, otherwise IP30 (housing)

7.2.2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

All data in compliance with NAMUR NE 21, EN 45501 and EN 61326

Housing Radio frequency electromagnetic fields EN 61000-4-3 10 V/m


(80 – 3000 MHz)
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) EN 61000-4-2 6/8 kV

Signal and control lines Fast transients (burst) EN 61000-4-4 1 kV


Peak voltages (surge) 1.2/50 μs EN 61000-4-5 1 kV
Conducted disturbances by radio frequency EN 61000-4-6 10 V
(0.15 – 80 MHz)

Mains inputs Fast transients (burst) EN 61000-4-4 2 kV


Peak voltages (surge) 1.2/50 μs EN 61000-4-5 1/2 kV
Conducted disturbances by radio frequency EN 61000-4-6 10 V
(0.15 – 80 MHz)
Voltage fluctuation EN 61000-4-11 40 %/0 %
Voltage dips EN 61000-4-11 20 msec

7.2.3 RF Interference Suppression

Electromagnetic emission In acc. with EN 61326, limit value class A

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7.3 Weighing Electronics


The weighing electronics are suitable for connecting strain-gauge load cells.

7.3.1 Load Cells

Load cell type Strain gauge, 6 or 4-conductor connection possible.


Supply voltage U= 8.5V DC +/- 10% Imax= 120 mA
for up to 8 load cells of 650 Ω each or
4 load cells of 350 Ω each
Max. load >75 ¥
Cable length Max. 100 m

7.3.2 Principle

Principle DC voltage, delta-sigma converter,


ratiometric to the load cell supply voltage
Measurement time / 1s 1.5 s 2s 2. s
measuring rate 50 ms 100 ms 200 ms 400 ms
Filter Low-pass, 2nd order, cut-off frequency 15 Hz

7.3.3 Accuracy and Stability

Accuracy class <= 3000 d


Min. measuring signal > 0.5m V/V = 4.25 mV, acc. to 1.5 μV/d for 3000 d
Linearity error < 0.003 %
Zero stability error (TK0) < 0.07 μV/K RTI
Span stability error (TKSpn) < 6 ppm/K

7.4 Mechanical Data


7.4.1 Construction Type

All-metal aluminum housing with steel lid and steel back panel. Protection class IP 65 (front panel).

7.4.2 Dimensions

Housing: Dimensions
Width 194 mm
Height 98 mm
Depth 208 mm

7.4.3 Weight

Net weight 2.0 kg


Shipping weight 2.5 kg

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8 Index

A P
Accessories..................................................................................... 9 Platforms ..................................................................................... 20
Analog output ................................................................ 9, 15, 34 Power connection and power supply ....................................6
Power failure .............................................................................. 21
C PR 1627 ........................................................................................ 11
PR 1628 ........................................................................................ 11
Cable junction box.............................................................18, 19 PR5301/15................................................................................... 17
CAL switch ...................................................................................21 Printing the configuration..................................................... 34
Calibration ...................................................................................27 Protective earth............................................................................6
CAP series.....................................................................................20
Cleaning........................................................................................36
R
Commissioning...........................................................................21
Connector housing....................................................................14 Recyling........................................................................................ 36
Relay output ............................................................................... 17
D Relay outputs ................................................................................9
Remote terminal........................................................................ 11
Data backup ................................................................................21 RS-232.......................................................................................... 11
Display............................................................................................. 8 RS-485.......................................................................................... 15
Display board ..............................................................................10
S
E
Safety information ................................................................. 5, 6
EMC................................................................................................37 Sense voltage .............................................................................. 30
EN 61010........................................................................................ 5 Sequence number ..................................................................... 32
Error messages ............................................................................30 Serial interface..............................................................................9
Serial interfaces......................................................................... 32
F Standard....................................................................................... 11
Front-panel keys.......................................................................... 8
Fuses ..............................................................................................37 T
Ticket printer .............................................................................. 12
H
Housing........................................................................................... 7 V
VDE 0411 ........................................................................................5
I
I/O slots.........................................................................................13 Y
IEC 1010 ......................................................................................... 5 YDP04IS-OCEUV ........................................................................ 12
YDP12IS-OCEUV ........................................................................ 12
L
Limits .............................................................................................33 Z
Load cell .......................................................................................18 Zero setting range .................................................................... 29

O
Operating concept ....................................................................21

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