The set value modifications and configurations needs several key combinations. The key combination starts the editing mode. During the editing mode the needed number value can been seen and can be modified with the number keys. The editing mode ends by pressing the ENT or CLR key.
For example ENT-1 means:
First press and hold down the ENT key.
While the ENT key is continuosly pressed press the key 1 too.
Release both keys
The dots in the display are usually blinking during the editing mode.
If you make a failure when trying make a key combination press CLR alone and start again.
During the editing mode the number value of needed parameter is seen and can be modified with the number keys.
After modification accept the modified value by pressing Ent key or cancel modification by the Esc key.
Level outputs L1, L2, L3, L4:
The relay operates when the display goes over level value.
The relay releases when the display lowers below level value minus hysteresis.
Low level output L5:
The relay releases when the display rises over low limit.
The relay operates when the display has been below low limit - 25 kg and the low limit delay has been gone.
CLR-0 = level value 1 / kg
CLR-1 = level value 2 / kg
CLR-2 = level value 3 / kg
CLR-3 = level value 4 / kg
CLR-5 = low limit
CLR-7 = scale interval
CLR-8 = decimals
ENT-0 = cumulative register / 10 kg
ENT-2 = delay of low limit / s
ENT-6 = hysteresis of level values / kg
Input T1: cumulative register addition
Output L1: level 1
Output L2: level 2
Output L3: level 3
Output L4: level 4
Output L5: scale empty
As above but output L1 operates differently.
When the display rises by the amount of level interval value the relay makes an 1 s pulse. When the display rises again by the interval value the relay makes again an 1 s pulse. This continues every interval when the display rises.
While emptying the scale the display falls of course. After this when the display rises again the first L1 pulse occurs when the display rises by the interval value from the lowest display value and contimues as above mentioned.
As above but:
CLR-0 = level interval value / kg