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1 Handheld force display AE 703 Original of Manual Marschnerstraße Dresden, Germany Phone Fax

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3 Contents 1. Scope of use Operation Power supply Display Keypad functions Setting up Ranges Calibration by load (Calibration) ensor identification TEDS Sensor plug pin assignment Error messages Setup diagram Manual for ASTAS Introduction Operation Program start Device selection Diagram Logging Start logging Stop logging Open log file Log window Settings Program options Diagram Display interval Diagram settings Logging Log file Logging mode Logging Fast logging Setup General functions Device Range settings Range calibration Load calibration TEDS and TEDS-M General functions TEDS Basic TEDS Bridge Keyboard Language selection Device reset Declaration of Conformity Subject to technical change 03/2014 1

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5 1. Scope of use The handheld device displays forces or loads sensed by strain gauge load cells. It must not be used as the only device for safety relevant measurements. 2. Operation The battery operated device supplies a stabilized excitation voltage for a strain gauge full bridge. A load change exposed to the sensor results to a change of his output signal. The device digitizes the signal and compares it to the adc-data stored in the ranges memory. Through this, loads can be displayed and the data transfered via the USB-interface to a PC. The user can store up to 16 ranges. In each of these set of data, the features of a certain sensor and display options can be stored. The setup of ranges and also a load calibration can be carried out also with the PC-software ASTAS delivered together with the device. When using sensors with TEDS or TEDS-M (masterforce sensor) the instrument will recognize the sensor automatically and it is not necessary to select a range. TEDS-M sensors include up to 6 calibration points, TEDS sensors have 0 and nominal load points stored. force transducer plug XKC or XKC 071 (TEDS) or XKC 072 (TEDS-M) Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 1 of 35

6 3. Power supply The display can be powered either by: 3 batteries AA (HR6 Mignon) or 3 rechargeable batteries of the same size (1,2V) or USB power supply (battery display indicates full battery) or USB cable to a powered on PC (battery display indicates USB) If powering via the USB, the mounted batteries are disconnected automatically. The backlight is switched on permanently. If powered by batteries the device is switched off after 2 hours of operation (default setting). The device will be delivered with batteries mounted. To exchange the batteries open the battery compartment with a Philips screw driver. Remove the batteries if they might not be used for a very long time e.g. than powering by USB only. Battery charger, rechargeable batteries and USB power supply can be purchased from your dealer or from the manufacturer. Page 2 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

7 4. Display When switching on the instrument, the disply will start shwoing the sensor information (this example shows a TEDS-M sensor with 100N nominal load and its serial number connected) After app. 2 seconds the display will show the measure value (here with a sensor KAM/1kN) Name of range with TEDS/TEDS-M Nominal value Battery status / USB Status zeroed Status max / min / current value Unit Typical display with masterforce sensor (TEDS-M) connected. TEDS/ TEDS-M Nominal value Battery status / USB Unit Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 3 of 35

8 5. Keypad functions key description function Max/min/current value To switch between the display of max/min/current value Zero To switch between net and gross value To set display (max/min/current value) to zero Unit Scroll between units (if available) Backlight On/Off (***) + Ranges Scroll to next range (if available) + Gross / net Toggle between not zeroed and zeroed display Hints for the operator ***: press for 1 second. Max/Min/Current value: When using tension transducers, tension can be defined as positive direction of force. To do this set the sensitivity value negative e.g.. -2mV/V. Zero: The zero value will be deleted when leaving a range. To store pre-loads permanently use the function ZeroLoad cal. The function is disabled when the unit mv/v is active. Auto-Tare: When the device is switched on, the display is set to zero. Pressing the zero key will switch between net and gross value in the display. The Auto-Tare-Function can be turned off by using the PC-Software ASTAS. This feature is included in all devices from Firmware-Version (see chapter ). Unit: Scroll between units that have been enabled in Ranges. If there is only one unit enabled the key has no function. In case the value to be displayed exceeds the possible range, the device switches to the next possible unit. Example: g + 15g = kg If the value to be displayed is falling, there will be no switching back into the initial unit. Backlight: The duration can be adjusted in Device setup. Page 4 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

9 6. Setting up Ranges General A range (channel) is stored as a set of parameter per sensor. It can be identified by a name displayed on top of the display. There is no connection between two ranges. If more then one range is defined the user needs to choose the range related to the used sensor. Up to 16 ranges can be stored in the device memory. When using TEDS-sensors or masterforce Sensors (with TEDS-M) all paramters are stored in the sensor, see also chapter 8. Therefore it is no necessary to select a range or channel in the instrument. Keypad functions for setting up key description function + Setup(***) Set up, edit and calibrate a range up One line up or raise value by one ENTER Activate menu or function save value and exit right Move cursor to the right by one digit (loop) down One line down or lower value by one Escape Exit menu or function without saving ***: press long. Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 5 of 35

10 Create/edit a measuring range Press simultaneously to get into the setup mode. Press ENTER to proceed to Ranges. Use the keys and ENTER to input the password (default: 0000 ). Move the Cursor to Create a new range and press Enter or choose an existing range. Use the keys to move to the parameter you want to edit and press ENTER to get to the editing mode. There is always one current range. In the list of ranges it is marked with two #. The range used for the latest measuring is the current range. Parameters Base unit: (mandatory input) This unit is used for calibration. When choosing another unit in measuring mode the value displayed will be computed from the base unit value. The display of the base unit may be deactivated. Range of values: N Newton kn kilonewton (1 kn = 1000N) g gram (1 g = 0,009807N) kg kilogram (1 kg = 9,807N) t ton (1 t = 9807N) lbf pound (brit.) (1 lbf = N) oz ounce (1 oz = N) mv/v signal of a strain gage M300 MN/m² for plate load tester 300mm plate (1 M300 = 70685N) M600 MN/m² for plate load tester 600mm plate (1 M600 = N) to long ton (brit.) (1 long ton = 9964N=1016kg) Unit user defined unit Hint: The unit mv/v is calibrated at the manufacturer s site. Re-calibration by the use is disabled. When using mv/v as the base unit other units cannot be activated. Rated Load Select digits Sensitivity Overload (+) Overload (-) (mandatory input) Nominal load of the sensor in the base unit. Only integer values can be put in (mandatory input) resolution of display or decimal places range of values steps (mandatory input) output at rated load. This value will be overwritten by a more correct value acquired during calibration by load. If a calibration exists this value cannot be edited. Range of values: mv/v, default 2mV/V Overload warning in positive force direction in percent of the rated load refers to the gross value The warning Overload will be displayed if the measured force exceeds the defined overload limit in positive force direction Range of values %, default 120% Overload warning in negative force direction in percent of the rated load refers to the gross value The warning Underload will be displayed if the measured force exceeds the defined Overload (-) limit in negative force direction Range of values %, default -120% Page 6 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

11 Averaging Units Name User unit User text output values per second The ADC takes 3200 samples/second. A moving average filter reduces the number of values and improves the accuracy. Use a low value for static measurements and a high value for dynamic measurements. A high value improves the quality of the Min/max value display but also allows more noise and distortions and therefore might lead to a unsteady display. Changing Average has no effect to Sensitivity. range of values: 6,25; 12,5; 25; 50; 100; 200; 400; 800; 1600 / s default: 50 / s List of enabled units defines the units that can be chosen by the user. No= unit is not accessible by the user Yes= unit is accessible by the user Values: see base unit default = only base unit = Yes name/description of the measuring range this text is displayed in the head of the display to allow easy assignment of the sensor to a measuring range Values: text, 22 characters default ##: (sequential number of range) Characterization of a user defined unit displayed symbol or text of the unit Values: text, 4 characters Default: Unit User factor conversion factor of the user unit 1 * base unit = user factor * user unit Values: in steps of 0, default: 1.0 Delete Range Change password: deletes the measuring range (possible only if no calibration exists on this range and the range to be deleted is not the only range) to define a 4 character password to protect the set up data of this range Change the password with the keys.press ENTER to save the new password. Default 0000 (After calibration at the manufacturer site, a password will be applied) Conversion of units: Units will be converted according to the SI-system. Please note that when converting force into weight the gravitational acceleration of 9,8107 m/s² (valid for Germany 3) is used. The gravitational acceleration varies according to the position on the globe. To ensure weight display accuracy of better than 0.1%, a load calibration should be carried out at the production site. Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 7 of 35

12 Device Setup T switch off Duration: Brightness: Serial-No: Firmware: (Auto off) auto power off of the device after (1 999) minutes (0 min means the device never switches off automatically) Default: 120 min If the device is powered via the USB the function is changed to standby to keep the current values Automatic switch off of the display backlight ( ) seconds (0 sec means the backlight is never switched off default: 60s Brightness of the display backlight % (10% steps) default: 80% Serial number of the device (entered by the manufacturer), read only Version of the firmware, read only 7. Calibration by load (Calibration) (only with force transducers without TEDS/ TEDS-M) The calibration is carried out by means of a known load for the current range. The calibration with a strain gage simulator is possible too. The calibration always uses the base unit. The first calibration point is zero load, the second point. A former calibration as well as the value Sensitivity will be overwritten by the new calibration. The calibration can be cancelled until the last step to keep the old data. Calibration means assigning two display values to two sensor signals. All other points will we extrapolated. A calibration of up to five points is possible with the pc-software ASTAS. Setup Mode: Press the two buttons simultaneously for longer than 1 second ( ) und ( ). Page 8 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

13 Display Key Function Hint >Calibration< Open menu (ENTER) >Start calib: No< New calibration Delete calib: No (ENTER) ( ) >Start calib: Yes< ( ) Confirm Start Place zeroload, then ENTER Enter calibration load (ENTER) (ENTER) ( ) Calibration of zero load: Unload the sensor! Input of load display relating to calibration load Confirm that the sensor is unloaded Refers to base unit Rated load proposed ( ) ( ) Place Ca.-load, then ENTER ENTER=Store / ESC = cancel >Start calib: No< Delete calib: No (ENTER) (ENTER) (ENTER) (ESC) Calibration by load, apply a known load! Confirmation of the calibration Back to menu Ranges Load should be at least 50% and max. 150% of the rated load Press ESC to restore old values Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 9 of 35

14 Example for a load calibration (5000g scale) Range setup: Base Unit: g Rated load: 5000 Sel. Digits: 5000 Sensitivity Overload (+): +120% Underload (-): -10% Conv. Rate: 6.25 Used units: g, N Name: 5000g Known calibration load 4993g Display Key Function Hint >Calibration< Enter menu (ENTER) >Start calib: No< Start new calibration Delete calib: No (ENTER) ( ) >Start calib: Yes< ( ) Confirm Start Place zeroload, then ENTER Enter calibration load 5000 (ENTER) (ENTER) Numerical entry: 4993; Unload the scale Input of load display relating to calibration load Confirm that the scale is free of load Place Ca.-load, then ENTER ENTER=Store / ESC = cancel >Start calib: No< Delete calib: No (ENTER) (ENTER) (ENTER) (ESC) Press key after applied load has settled Confirm calibration Back to load display Test your calibration (ESC) (ESC) (ESC) Page 10 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

15 Delete calibration To delete a Range the calibration must be deleted beforehand. After deletion of a calibration, zero and Sensitivity stay unaffected. The unit still displays correctly. Potential calibration point in between zero and related load (linearization points) will be removed. Display Key Function Hint >Calibration< Enter menu >Load calib: No< Delete calib: No (ENTER) ( ) >Delete calib: No< Start calib: No >Delete calib: No< ( ) (ENTER) ( ) >Delete calib: Yes< >Delete calib: is deleted< Start calib: No ZeroLoad cal ( ) (ENTER) (ESC) Delete calibration Back to menu Ranges Corrects a zero deviation of the sensor itself of/or a dead load. Please note: the overload indication is moved by the same offset. There is a risk of overload warning failure. The zero load calibration shifts the zero position of the load curve which slope is defined by Sensitivity. It should be applied after load calibration. The function is not allowed if the load calibration contains more than two points (linearization). Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 11 of 35

16 8. ensor identification TEDS This function enable a plug and play sensor identification by the AE 703. The assignment of ranges to the respective sensors by the users are omitted and mistakes are avoided. All data regarding a particular sensor and of range are stored in the sensor and not in the display unit. All instruments after S/N (after Dezember 2009, firmware V1.3.05) can be used together with A.S.T.-TEDS-/ TEDS-M sensors. The instrumentwill automatically select the correct range. After exchanging the sensor the display unit will restart automatically and displays the following TEDS-/ TEDS-M message: TEDS rated load in N serial number or TEDS-M rated load in N serial number r TEDS/ TEDS-M sensors: TEDS/ TEDS-M sensors by A.S.T. can be recognized also on the imprint on the plug AST / TEDS/ TEDS-M. The TEDS/ TEDS-M plug is an option to a sensor with order code XKC 071 (TEDS) or XKC 072 (TEDS-M). In case a customer prefers to mount the TEDS/TEDS-M plug by himself the order code is XKC 077. The TEDS connecteor can also be used with non-a.s.t. sensors and is only compatible to specified instruments like the AE 703. How is TEDS/TEDS-M data displayed in the AE 703 For the user TEDS/ TEDS-M data appears like an ordinary range of the AE 703. Some adjustments can be carried out by the Software ASTAS only. Please note the following peculiarities: As long as a TEDS/ TEDS-M sensor is connected to the AE 703 all other ranges of the AE 703 are not accessible. A TEDS/ TEDS-M sensor can only store a two points calibration, a TEDS-M sensor can store a 6-point calibration TEDS parameters and range data can be overwritten with the manufacturers default values with the command "TEDSrestore". By this all user generated data gets lost. Data in the origin TEDS data range can only be written by the Software ASTAS in conjunction with the AE 703. This refers to Rated load, Base Unit and Sensitivity. That means that a sensor calibration is possible only with ASTAS running on a PC. All other data can be edited by means of the AE 703. Attention: Never connect a TEDS-/ TEDS-M sensor plug into a six wire (sense wires) instrument like A 810. The TEDS/ TEDS-M chip will be destroyed by the voltage of the sense pins! Page 12 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

17 9. Sensor plug pin assignment Pin assignment 1 Excitation - (-EX) 2 Excitation + (+EX) 3 Not connected (TEDS data) 4 Signal + (+SI) 5 Signal -(-SI) 6 Not connected (TEDS ground) Assignment for plug types: XKC 041.(03), XKC 047 and XKC071-TEDS, XKC 072-TEDS-M) Image: View to solder pins 10. Error messages ADC error The input signal exceeds the input range of the ADC Possible causes: - No sensor connected - Damaged sensor cable - Moisture in or at the sensor connector - Sensor extremely overloaded Overload / Underload The input signal exceeds the span as defined in Ranges with the parameters Overload (+) and Overload (-) Possible causes: - Sensor overloaded/under loaded Display of current value is flashing The unit tries to display more than parts. The decimal point disappears, the last digit is not displayed. Example: value to be displayed: , actual flashing display: Current value display shows minus signs only (-----) The calculation result in incomputable values (mathematic overflow). Possible causes: - Sensitivity exceeds the computable range - other causes see ADC error Flashing T A TEDS sensor with invalid data has been detected Display USB not in capital letters Error in PC connection. Retry by re-connection the USB-cable! Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 13 of 35

18 Application notes Sensor that have different sensitivities in tension and pressure: Solution1: Create and calibrate a second range for the same sensor Solution2: Calibrate more than 2 calibration points with the pc-software ASTAS Plate load test for soil according to DIN The device supports load plates with diameters 300mm (unit M300) and 600mm. Setup a ordinary range for the sensor used (e.g. KAM/100kN) and activate the units M300 and M600 if needed. When the user chooses one the special units the force value in kn is converted to the axial stress unit MN/m² according to the DIN The display resolution can be adjusted by parameter Select digits. Calibration of the measuring chain can be carried out in kn, but also in M300 if set as base unit. If calibration has been done in KN this unit might be deactivated afterwards to prevent it from being displayed after starting up the AE 703 in the field. example: KAM/100kN Base Unit: kn Rated load 100 Selected digits: 100,0 Sensitivity 1mV/V Units: M300=YES, M600=Yes Resolution of display kn 100,0 M300 0,001 (MN/m²) M600 0,0001(MN/m²) Linearization of nonlinear sensors Use the pc-software ASTAS to calibrate 5 points plus zero Quick and comfortable edition of ranges ASTAS allows comfortable calibration and edition of a range. Also setup data of a range can be stored in a pc. The can be helpful for service purposes. Page 14 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

19 11. Setup diagram Setup ( + ) Ranges Enter ESC Enter Enter ESC Range AST Base Unit 1) Rated Load 1) Sel. digits Sensitivity 1) Overload(+) Overload(-) Averaging Units N ; kn ; g ; kg ; ; ESC Enter ESC Name Calibration 1) Enter ESC User unit Delete range 2) Load calib Place zeroload Enter calibration load: Place Cal-load ENTER=store Delete cal. ZeroLoad calib User text User factor 1: User defined range.. Create a new range Change password Device Setup T switchoff Duration Brightness Serial-No. Firmware 1 When using TEDS transducers, these parameters can be set by ASTAS software. Not necessary with TEDS-M sensors. 2 With TEDS-/ TEDS-M sensors this menu is called TEDSrestore: Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 15 of 35

20 12. Manual for ASTAS Introduction The ASTAS software is the universal tool for configuration and simple data logging incl. evaluation for measuring instruments with USB port from A.S.T. Angewandte System Technik GmbH. The software currently supports the following devices: - AE BD BD FFB FFB BA 661 Note: Certain functions and settings depend on the firmware status of the device and thus may be unavailable. Special features: Display and logging of data series in the force-time curve Logging with trigger value and adjustable time Logging to CSV or Microsoft Excel file Setup and calibrating functions Storage of setup files Detection of load cells with TEDS Storage of TEDS data in a file Setting of TEDS works calibration (default) Page 16 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

21 12.2. Operation Program start Start ASTAS to access the main window The main form window shows: Current reading Chart with scrolling plot and averaging display Status bar - Device type - Firmware version - Hardware version - Serial number - Connecting interface - Name of current measuring range - TEDS grey/green (green for a load cell with TEDS) - TEDS-S/N, if TEDS load cell is used AutoTara: Using a PC running our ASTAS software also allows to activate or deactivate the AutoTara function available with firmware version Note: With one device plugged in and detected, the software will make the connection to this single device automatically. Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 17 of 35

22 Device selection Menu item: Device -> List This list contains all devices plugged in as detected by the software, inclusive of basic information. Highlight a device from the list and press Connect to establish the connection to the selected device. If two or more devices are plugged, this window will open automatically. If just one device is plugged, the software will connect automatically. Note: It is possible to start several instances of ASTAS to be able to control several devices plugged. If a new device is plugged in while ASTAS is already active, the following message will appear: Page 18 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

23 Diagram Diagram start / stop This button starts or stops the indication of measured values in the curve. The values are not saved. (For curve settings refer to Chapter ) Note: Note: The graduation of the value axis (Y) in the chart varies as a function of the minimum and maximum values (Min / Max). Right-click on the chart to access further functions Logging Start logging Press the "Start" button in the main frame to launch the logging function. The logging box shows the name of the log file incl. storage path and the number of log values. Incoming logging events are marked by the flashing blue square Stop logging The logging function can be terminated with the "Stop" button in the main frame or will stop automatically depending on the setting in the program options (see Chapter Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 19 of 35

24 Open log file Press the button "Open" to access the log file. Measured data will be displayed in different ways, depending on the logging mode (see Chapter ) and on the device actually used. Open log file All previously stored files can be opened here. Page 20 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

25 Log window Menu item: Extras -> Log window Note: The log window is not available in the Fast logging mode! (see Chapter ) In addition to the chart, the logged data can be shown in a separate log window. Clear window This command just clears the value display in the log window and has no impact on the actual log data. Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 21 of 35

26 12.3. Settings Program options Menu item: Extras -> Options This menu item enables the operator to set program options for display intervals, diagram chart format and logging Diagram Display interval This value refers to the update of the data display without logging in the main window. The minimum interval is 150 ms Diagram settings Standard (Window 300s) Measured values are displayed over a period of 300s in the scrolling chart. Manual This option allows changes to the chart display of the diagram. Fix The time axis is limited to the indicated display time (no scrolling). Passing through (window) The time axis shows the set display time range in scrolling mode. Page 22 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

27 Logging Log file Data are saved (logged) to a CSV file. This file can be opened directly in Excel. Open log file in background Ask for log file Path to log file Logging to Excel file An automatic file name with logging date and start time is created in the name format "Log_device_date_start-time.csv". (ex.: Log_AE703_ _ csv) At the end of the logging run, the operator can freely name a log file. The given path to the log file is a default setting. The setting can be changed. If this function is activated, the measured values are saved directly to an Excel file, in addition to the CSV log file. (Excel is not part of ASTAS). Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 23 of 35

28 Logging mode Normal logging In normal logging, the operator can set the number of values to be logged per second (see Logging). Logging single values (space key) In this mode, a value is stored each time the space bar is pressed. Fast logging Note: FFB-DATA OUT* In this mode, the maximum number of measured values is transferred. The number of values depends on the measuring rate set in the respective device. The fast logging mode refers to gross values only. The corresponding tare value is shown in the log file. * for FFB20x-type remote control only An additional optional mode is "FBB DATA OUT". In this mode, the logging data from the device is sent via the "DATA OUT" button. For FFB 20x logging is useful only up to about 30 values/sec. FFB20x cannot deliver more values Logging For setting the number of values to be logged in relation to the time unit. The maximum number is 5 values per second Fast logging Trigger value Positiv / Negativ Record time Checking the button to activate trigger the value function. Measured values will be logged when the given trigger value is reached. This function is activated and deactivated through the check button. Trigger direction from where to start the logging funtion. Recording time span after logging start. Function not operative if trigger value = 0. Note: If the trigger value is reached again after the end of a record time, the logging operation will restart. Page 24 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

29 Setup Menu item: Device -> Setup Note: No entries can be made in greyed out fields General functions Read setup from device Write setup to device Read setup file Write setup file The current setup is read in from the device and displayed. The modified setup is written back into the device. Then the device will be restarted. A stored setup file is read in and displayed. A setup read in and currently displayed is saved to a file. Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 25 of 35

30 Device This window shows the basic settings of the connected evaluating device. Note: The number of fields is variable depending on the evaluating device actually connected. Only device-specific fields are shown. Device name Name of the evaluating device connected Serial number Serial number of the evaluating device Automatic stop* Automatic LCD switch-off, in minutes. Brightness* Brightness of background illumination in % Illumination time* Working time of LCD background illumination in seconds. Auto-Tare Activation / Deactivation of the Auto-Tare-Function in AE 703 Radio ID* Display of Radio Identification No. Maximum value display* Maximum value display on weighing unit ON/OFF (0=function active, 1=inactive) * Available displays depend on what device is connected Note: The setup will only be changed using the buttons Read and Write Page 26 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

31 Range settings Note: The range settings can be displayed for certain devices only. This window allows settings for the measuring range used in the evaluating device. Description: Name of measuring range; a maximum of 22 characters can be entered. We recommend e.g. "KAP-S / 10kN load". Base unit The base unit of the current range can be selected. Units Additional measuring units can be authorized. Free unit text Allows the operator to define a free name for a measuring unit. Free unit factor Factor for converting the base unit into the freely defined measuring unit. (1 base unit = x free unit) Final value Corresponds to the nominal load (characteristic) value of the load cell. Decimal places Defines the number of places after the decimal point. Sensitivity For entering the sensitivity of the load cell. Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 27 of 35

32 Note: Overload limit Underload limit Averaging Range Next Range New Range Delete If the sensitivity cannot be changed, the value has been calibrated. To change it, you need to cancel the calibration first (see Chapter ). Given in per cent (%) of the final value / nominal value. Given in per cent (%) of the final value / nominal value. For setting the measuring rate in the evaluating device. The averaging setting also defines the maximum transfer rate to the PC! Changes over to another range Creates a new range Deletes the range currently displayed. The final range cannot be deleted Range calibration This register shows the calibration points and other information on previous calibrations. The values cannot be changed. Calibrations counter Shows the current number of calibrations made. Each load calibration process increases the counter by one. Count calibration grid points Number of grid points of the current calibration. Calibration grid points This field indicates the % values and ADC values of the individual calibration points. Page 28 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

33 Load calibration Menu item: Device -> Load calibration It is possible to calibrate the zero point and 5 load points. The number of calibrated or used calibration points or additional grid points is indicated in brackets. Set zero load Defines the zero load point. The zero calibration can also be used separately for re-adjusting the zero point. Note: If there are more than 2 calibration points, the previous calibration or single additional points need to be erased before a zero calibration can be repeated. Set measured values This is for calibrating the final point as well as the further additional points. The bracket shows the maximum final value / nominal characteristic value for information. But it is possible to set a higher value for calibration. Then the following message appears: Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 29 of 35

34 Erase all add. grid points Erase grid point Delete calibration Erases all additional grid points. Only the first and the last calibrated points (zero and final value) are maintained. Any grid point can be erased. This operation is necessary if it is intended to re-run a load calibration. Deletes the characteristic curve and sets it to the sensitivity value of the set characteristic curve. Note: The calibration is temporary in the device and can be annulated with the "Cancel" button. Permanent storage of the calibration values in the device is possible with the button "Save and Quit" only! A load calibration is not possible while a range setting or mv/v unit setting is made. Only 2 points (zero and final value) can be calibrated for a load cell with TEDS. This is indicated by the message "Load cell with TEDS" The "Range calibration" register of the Setup form opens in the background for the calibration check. Closing the calibration form will automatically close all open forms in the background. Also, in case of a TEDS cell, the TEDS form with the "TEDS Bridge" register will open in the background. Page 30 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

35 TEDS and TEDS-M Menu item: Device -> TEDS Note: The connected device must be able to process TEDS General functions A load cell with TEDS is indicated by the green TEDS status message in the status bar of the main form window. Read TEDS Save TEDS Write TEDS file TEDS default restore Reads and displays the actual TEDS data of the TEDS load cell. Stores the TEDS settings in the TEDS load cell. Saves the currently displayed TEDS data of the load cell to a file. In addition, this function also saves the Setup data of the connected device (important for the range settings). Restores the TEDS default values from works calibration. Differences between TEDS und TEDS-M (masterforce functions) TEDS TEDS-M Maximum number of calibration points 2 6 Calibration in tension and compression no yes Calibration details stored in the sensor yes yes Non-A.S.T. transducers yes no Note: The TEDS data is shown only in the form window. For permanent storage in the TEDS load cell, please use the "Save TEDS" button. Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 31 of 35

36 TEDS Basic The "TEDS Basic" register shows invariable information on the connected TEDS load cell. It also displays the TEDS IC type. You can repeat the TEDS IC message by pressing the "Check TEDS" button. Manufacturer ID This TEDS ID cannot be changed (AST-TEDS-ID 92). Model number Model number of the TEDS load cell / weighing cell Version letter K Load cell, or W Weighing cell or M - Masterforce Version number Version number of the TEDS load cell / weighing cell/ Masterforce Serial number Serial number of the TEDS load cell / weighing cell Page 32 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

37 TEDS Bridge The "TEDS Bridge" register shows partly editable characteristic values for the connected TEDS load cell. Unit Min. physical value Min. electrical output Max. physical value Max. electrical output Bridge type Sensor impedance supply voltage Gives access to a selection of measuring units: N, lb and kg (f). This value cannot be adjusted and is fixed to 0, normally, this is the zero point of the characteristic curve. For entering the output voltage for the zero point of the TEDS load cell in mv/v. For entering the maximum/nominal characteristic value of the TEDS load cell. For entering the output voltage of the TEDS load cell at maximum final value / nominal value, in mv/v. Optional input; is not indicated or interpreted AE703/BD341/BD342. Optional input; is not indicated or interpreted in AE703/BD341/BD342. Optional input; is not indicated or interpreted in AE703/BD341/BD342. Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 33 of 35

38 Calibration date Calibration initials Calibration interval The calibration date is shown in number of days since This calibration date is entered automatically when a load calibration is made (see Chapter ). A calibration code can be entered here, maximum 3 ASCII characters (e. g. for a calibration lab) Time until next calibration in days. Note: Further characteristic values can be changed in the "Range settings" register. (see Chapter ) Keyboard Menu item: Device -> Keyboard simulation Sets the current measured value to 0. Changes the measuring unit. Resets the minimum value to the current measured value. Changes over to another range. Resets the maximum value to the current measured value Language selection Menu item: Extras -> Language Selection of language for ASTAS: - German - English Device reset Menu item: Device -> Reset Allows the connected device to be reset. Page 34 of 35 Subject to technical change 03/2014

39 13. Declaration of Conformity Subject to technical change 03/2014 Page 35 of 35

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