The Communication wizard allows the user to setup one or more network protocol(s), including Ethernet TCP/IP, UDP, EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP.
The Instrument Setup allows the customer to input the Graduations, Measurement Resolution, Scale Capacity, and Motion Tolerance of their Hardy Instrument
Where traditional calibration uses certified test weights, Hardy enabled C2® (or eCAL™ as it is called in China) Electronic Calibration allows a scale to be calibrated without the need for test weights, providing a safe and efficient way to calibrate scale systems. System must have Hardy C2 load cells to utilize C2 calibration.
Hardy enabled C2® (or eCAL™ as it is called in China) Electronic Calibration allows a scale to be calibrated without the need for test weights, providing a safe and efficient way to calibrate scale systems. System must have Hardy C2 load cells to utilize C2 calibration.
Hardy specializes in applications where steady weight measurement is needed in the presence of vibration. Hardy filtering techniques detect and mitigate vibrational effects on weight measurement.
Hardy 6200 series instruments are capable of operating as EtherNet/IP, Ethernet UDP, Ethernet TCP/IP, or Modbus TCP.
Traditional calibration uses certified test weights.
Multi-Points calibration uses certified test weights at multiple specific weight points.
DHCP allows the network to assign an IP address automatically. When DHCP is disabled or the network is unable to assign an IP address, a Fixed IP address is used. It is recommended that PLC or Personal Computer users keep DHCP OFF
Fixed IP Address
The Fixed IP addresses must be carefully selected to avoid accidentally configuring two devices to the same address with unpredictable results. Since 'guessing' a value could lead to personal injury, property damage and/or interrupted network services, your network administrator should provide this address.
The Hardy Port parameter provides the service port which is combined with the IP address to provide a unique application socket. The Hardy Port value can be any 16-bit value between 0 and 65,535.
EIP/MODBusTCP Mode Selection
Hardy 6200 series instruments are capable of operating as EtherNet/IP or Modbus TCP network interface. The mode can be switched using the Network Mode Selection.
Hardy 6200 ANA models are capable of outputting an analog 4-20mA signal. Values that can be set for this are Gross, Net, Count, and Manual. Setting the weigh source to manual allows the mA output setting to be set to a fixed output. This is used to test the circuit level to the host. If not operating in manual mode, this would select the source for the current mA output level.
Value 4mA is the value of the Weight Source at which the unit will output 4 milliamps.
Value 20mA is the value of the Weight Source at which the unit will output 20 milliamps.
4 to 20
4 to 20 is the value of the current output the unit is attempting to output. If the Weight Source is manual, this value may be set by the user.
Operator ID will add a tag to changes made to the instrument setup for traceability
Allows the user to name the instrument for future reference and traceability
Use the Decimal Point Parameter to set the resolution you want for the instrument. Note that setting more decimal points does affect the overall accuracy of the instrument.
Graduation Size is the minimum increment displayed by the instrument. The Base Graduation Number can be calculated by dividing the total load cell capacity by 10,000.
The Motion Tolerance sets the allowable deviation during ZERO, TARE and COUNT operations. This must be greater than or equal to the Graduation Sizes. We recommend 3 times the graduation size.
Scale Capacity is the scale's nominal operating capacity (the total weight capacity of the scale system). If the weight exceeds this value by six graduations, dashes appear on the front display
Traditional calibration uses certified test weights. C2® (or eCAL™ as it is called in China) Electronic Calibration allows a scale to be calibrated without the need for test weights. System must have Hardy C2 load cells to utilize C2 calibration.
Load Cell Sensitivity
The load cell sensitivity, defined in mV/V, sets the expected change in analog signal over the full scale range of the load cell. The load sensitivity parameter should be set to match the output rating of the load cell.
The Motion Tolerance sets the allowable deviation, and must be greater than or equal to the base motion value and/or the Graduation Sizes. Base Motion value = Total Load Cell Capacity x 0.0003.
The Number of Devices refers to the number of C2 capable load cells currently connected to the instrument. This is a read only parameter.
Num of Cal Points
The Number of Cal Points, which can be 3, 4, or 5.
Reference Weight is the total live load that is currently on the scale. With nothing on the scale, the Reference Weight is 0.00. With 5 lbs on the scale, the Reference Weight is 5.00 lbs. This will be the reference weight used during a C2 Calibration.
Cal Low Weight/Cal Point 1 Weight/Ref Weight
With nothing on the scale, the Cal Low Weight is 0, with 5 lbs on the scale, the Cal Low Weight would be 5. This is also considered the dead load plus the live weight currently on the scale. This is the reference weight used during the Traditional Cal Low Command and , or the Cal Point 1 Weight for Multi Points Cal during Cal Pt 1 Cmd.
Cal Point 2 Weight
Input the Cal Point2 Weight. This is also considered the dead load plus the live weight currently on the scale. This is the reference Cal Point 2 Weight for Multi Points Cal during Cal Pt 2 Cmd.
Cal Point 3 Weight
Input the Cal Point3 Weight. This is also considered the dead load plus the live weight currently on the scale. This is the reference Cal Point 3 Weight for Multi Points Cal during Cal Pt 3 Cmd.
Cal Point 4 Weight
Input the Cal Point4 Weight. This is also considered the dead load plus the live weight currently on the scale. This is the reference Cal Point 4 Weight for Multi Points Cal during Cal Pt 4 Cmd.
Input the Span Weight (Cal Hi Weight). Span weight should be about 80% of the scale capacity. This is the reference weight used during the Traditional Cal High Command or the highest Multi Cal Pt N cmd.
Quickly set the WAVERSAVER and Num Averages to Preset combinations:OFF: WAVERSAVER® = OFF; Num Averages = 1; FAST: WAVERSAVER® = 3.5Hz; Num Averages = 5; BALANCED: WAVERSAVER® = 1.0Hz; Num Averages = 10; STABLE: WAVERSAVER® = 0.5Hz; Num Averages = 50; CUSTOM: WAVERSAVER® and Num Averages value are customized in CUSTOM sector. \CUSTOM
Customize WAVERSAVER® and Num Averages to any valid value.
WAVERSAVER® is a combination of software and hardware which allows accurate weight readings despite vibration.
Num Averages is the number of updates that the module will average together to get the reported weight. Range: 1-255
(Range: 0.90-1.10) Gravity Correction values account for differences in longitudinal gravity forces acting on your load cells. These values can be found below:
|Rio de Janeiro||1.001884|