Motion Settle Time. (16)
Determines the number of 0 25 second intervals for which Motion
will remain asserted after the scale reading stabilizes to within the
Motion Window tolerance (Parameter ). A typical value is 16 (4
seconds). The allowable range is from I to 255.
Offset Value. (0) Allows the entry of a tare offset value. At scale
zero the ZERO indicator lamp will be on but the weight display will
be at the tare offset value.
Offset Flag. (0)
Controls the operating mode of the tare offset.
Legal for Trade Mode - Indicator display cannot be put in
NET if no value has been set for the tare. If a tare in entered
the offset value is included in the NET display.
Not Legal for Trade Mode - Allows gross/net switching at
zero tare. If NET selected the offset value Is
subtracted from the displayed GROSS weight.
Serial Port Speed. (2)
Selects the Baud Rate of the Serial Data Port.
1 - 9600 Baud
2 - 1200 Baud
3 - 300 Baud
Serial Port Mode. (4)
Selects the operating mode of the Serial Data
1. =Output only when [PRINT] key is pressed.
2. = Output when Strobe - 1.
3.= Output when Strobe - 0.
4. = Output when ASCII "?" or other poll character is received.
5.= Continuous output.
6.= Setpoint mode.
7.= For RD2000 use.
See Section II Installation for information on wiring the output
connector block for the various Serial Port modes. See
Appendix I for the Output Format.
Average shift Value 1. (3)
The system has a register which averages 10 or more raw scale
readings. When the raw scale reading changes less than Average
Shift I counts. no new readings are shifted into the register,
resulting in a very stable display. The allowable range for this
parameter is from I to 50 (counts). A typical value for Average Shift 1
is 3 (counts) - approximately ½ display graduation.
For a more detailed explanation of this and the following five
parameters. See Appendix III Weight Stabilization System.
Average Shift Value 2. (500)
When the raw scale reading changes more than Average Shift I
counts and less than Average Shift 2 counts, the new reading is
shifted into the register once. The averaged reading changes slowly
over ten or more readings. The allowable range for this parameter is
from I to 5000 (counts). A typical value for Average Shift 2 Is 500
(counts) - approximately 2 display graduations. (See Appendix III.)
Average Shift Value 3. (1000)
When the raw scale reading changes more than Average Shift 2
counts and less than Average Shift 3 counts, the new reading is
shifted into the register five times. The averaged reading changes
quickly over two readings. The allowable range for this parameter is
from 1 to 10,000 (counts). A typical value for Average Shift 3 is
1000 (counts) - approximately 8 display graduations. (See Appendix
Number of Averages. (1)
Selects the size of the Average Register.
1 = 10 shifts.
2 = 20 shifts.
5 = 50 shifts.
10 = 100 shifts.
A typical value for this parameter is 1 (10)
shifts. (See Appendix III.)