Frequency/Rate Meter K3MA-F CSM_K3MA-F_DS_E_12_3 Highly Visible LCD Display with 2-color (Red and Green) LEDs • Contact, NPN, PNP, or voltage pulse input. • Front-panel key operation for easy setting. • Average processing function suppresses flicker. • Includes scaling, auto-zero time, startup compensation time functions. • Easy confirmation of max/min display. • Short 80-mm depth (measured from edge of face plate). • Finger protective cover (standard equipment) guards against electric shock. • Water- and dust-proof NEMA4X (IP66 equivalent) front panel. • Recognized to U.S. and Canadian requirements under the Component Recognition Program of UL. • CE marking. • Built-in external power supply (12 VDC, 40 mA). For the most recent information on models that have been certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website. Refer to Safety Precautions for All Digital Panel Meters. Model Number Structure ■ Model Number Legend : K3MA-F-@ 1 2 3 1. Input Type F: Rotary pulse 2. Output Type None: No output A2: 2 relay contact outputs (SPST-NO) 3. Supply Voltage 100-240VAC: 100 to 240 VAC 24VAC/VDC: 24 VAC/VDC Ordering Information ■ List of Models Input type Rotary pulse Supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC 24 VAC/VDC Output Model None K3MA-F 100-240VAC 2 relay contact outputs (SPST-NO) K3MA-F-A2 100-240VAC None K3MA-F 24VAC/VDC 2 relay contact outputs (SPST-NO) K3MA-F-A2 24VAC/VDC 1 K3MA-F ■ Accessories (Order Separately) Name Shape Model Splash-proof Soft Cover K32-49SC Hard Cover K32-49HC Watertight Cover Y92A-49N Rubber Packing K32-P1 Specifications ■ Ratings Model K3MA-F 100-240VDC, K3MA-F-A2 100-240VAC K3MA-F 24VAC/VDC, K3MA-F-A2 24VAC/VDC Supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC 24 VAC/VDC Operating voltage range 85% to 110% of the rated supply voltage Power consumption (under maximum load) 6 VA max. External power supply 12 VDC, 40 mA Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between external terminal and case. Insulation provided between inputs, outputs, and power supply. Dielectric strength 2,000 VAC for 1 min between external terminal and case. Insulation provided between inputs, outputs, and power supply. Noise immunity ±1,500 V on power supply terminals in normal or com- ±480 V on power supply terminals in normal mode. mon mode. ±1,500 V in common mode. ±1 μs, or 100 ns for square-wave noise with 1 ns. ±1 μs, or 100 ns for square-wave noise with 1 ns. Vibration resistance Vibration: 10 to 55 Hz, Acceleration: 50 m/s2 5 min each in X, Y, and Z directions for 10 sweeps. Shock resistance 150 m/s2 (100 m/s2 for relay contact outputs) 3 times each on 3 axes, 6 directions. Ambient temperature Operating: −10°C to 55°C (with no condensation or icing) Storage: −25°C to 65°C (with no condensation or icing) Approved safety standards UL61010-1, CSA C22.2 No.61010-1-04, conforms to EN61010-1 (Pollution degree 2/overvoltage category II) Conforms to VDE0106/P100 (finger protection) EMC (EMI) Emission Enclosure: Emission AC Mains: (EMS) Immunity ESD: Weight Approx. 200 g 4.5 VA max. (24 VAC) 4.5 W max. (24 VDC) EN61326-1 Industrial electromagnetic environment CISPR 11 Group 1 class A: CISRP16-1/-2 CISPR 11 Group 1 class A: CISRP16-1/-2 EN61326-1 Industrial electromagnetic environment EN61000-4-2: 4 kV contact discharge 8 kV air discharge Immunity RF-interference: EN61000-4-3: 10 V/m (amplitude-modulated, 80 MHz to 1 GHz) Electrical Fast Transient Noise: EN61000-4-4: 2 kV (power line) Immunity Burst Noise: 1 kV line to line (I/O signal line) Immunity Surge: EN61000-4-5: 1 kV (power line) 2 kV line to ground (power line) Immunity Conducted Disturbance: EN61000-4-6: 3 V (0.15 to 80 MHz) Immunity Voltage Dip/Interrupting: EN61000-4-11: 0.5 cycle, 0, 180°, 100% (rated voltage) 2 K3MA-F ■ Characteristics Input signal No-voltage contact (30 Hz max., ON/OFF pulse width: 15 ms min.) Voltage pulse (5 kHz max., ON/OFF pulse width: 90 μs min., ON voltage: 4.5 to 30 V/OFF voltage: 0 to 2 V) Open collector (5 kHz max., ON/OFF pulse width 90 μs min.) Connectable Sensors ON residual voltage: 2.5 V max. OFF leakage current: 0.1 mA max. Load current: Must have switching capacity of 15 mA min. Must be able to dependably switch a load current of 5 mA max. Measuring accuracy ±0.1%FS ±1 digit (at 23±5°C) Measurement method Cycle measurement Max. displayed digits 5 digits (−19999 to 99999) Display 7-segment digital display, Character height: 14.2 mm Polarity display “−” is displayed automatically with a negative input signal. Zero display Leading zeros are not displayed. Scaling function Programmable with front-panel key inputs (range of display: −19999 to 99999). The decimal point position can be set as desired. Hold function Max hold (maximum value), Min hold (minimum value) Hysteresis setting Programmable with front-panel key inputs (0001 to 9999). Other functions Scaling teach function Display color change (green (red), green, red (green), red) OUT type change (upper limit, lower limit, upper/lower limit) Average processing (simple average OFF/2/4/8 operations) Auto-zero time Startup compensation time Setting change lockout Parameter initialization Display auto-return time Output Relays: 2 SPST-NO Delay in comparative outputs 750 ms max. Degree of protection Front panel: NEMA4X for indoor use (equivalent to IP66) Rear case: IEC standard IP20 Terminals: IEC standard IP00 + finger protection (VDE0106/100) Memory protection Non-volatile memory (EEPROM) (possible to rewrite 100,000 times) ■ Measuring Ranges No-voltage Contact/Open Collector Inputs Input Measuring range No-voltage contact (30 Hz max.) with ON/OFF pulse width of 15 ms min. 0.05 to 30.00 Hz Open collector (5 kHz max.) with ON/OFF pulse width of 90 μs min. 0 to 5 kHz Measuring accuracy ±0.1% FS ±1 digit max. (at 23±5°C) Displayable range –19999 to 99999 (with scaling function) ■ Input/Output Ratings Relay Contact Output Item Resistive load (cosφ = 1) Inductive load (cosφ = 0.4, L/R = 7 ms) Rated load (UL ratings) 5 A at 250 VAC, 5 A at 30 VDC 1 A at 250 VAC, 1 A at 30 VDC Min. permissible load (P level, reference value) 10 mA at 5 VDC Mechanical life 5,000,000 times min. (at a switching frequency of 1,200 times/min) Electrical life (at an ambient temperature of 20°C) 100,000 times min. (at a rated load switching frequency of 10 times/min) 3 K3MA-F Connections ■ Terminal Arrangement Models with comparative output A1 Power supply Output terminals A2 E1 E2 OUT1 100- to 240-VAC type or 24-VAC/VDC type OUT2 E3 (No polarity for 24-VDC connection.) Input terminals E4 + 12 V 40 mA External power supply B5 E5 B6 E6 − Note: Refer to Input Circuits on page 5. Terminal No. Name Description A1 - A2 Operation power Connects the operation power supply. E4 , E6 - E5 Pulse input No-voltage contact/open collector input E1 , E2 - E3 Outputs Outputs the relay outputs. B5 - B6 External power supply Use as the power supply for sensors. ■ Block Diagram Key Input circuit Input Microcomputer Display EEP ROM Output circuit 5V Contact output (See note.) X 12 V Constant voltage circuit Power supply circuit Note: Relay output models only. ■ Input Circuits Pulse Input 12 V 200 Ω 1 kΩ Pulse detection circuit E4 NPN, contact input NPN E5 PNP, voltage pulse input 12 V Voltage detection circuit E6 Voltage pulse PNP 10 kΩ + B5 − B6 The negative pole of the sensor power supply and COM are connected internally. 4 K3MA-F Operation ■ Main Functions Input Types and Ranges Frequency range (setting parameter) Pulse frequency selection (p-fre) Function Input range (setting parameters) Selects pulse input signal. 0.05 to 30.00 Hz (30) 0 to 5 kHz (5k) Setting range Displayable from −19999 to 99999 with scaling function. The position of the decimal point can be set as desired. Pulse Frequency Selection Parameter p-fre Setting value Meaning 30 0.05 to 30.00 Hz measurement range 5k 0 to 5 kHz measurement range Note: The default value is “0 to 5 kHz (5k).” Scaling When the desired display value is set for a corresponding input, the value will be displayed on a line between two points determining the zero point. Parameter Setting value Meaning inp 0 to 99999 Input value for dsp dsp -19999 to 99999 Display value for inp Parameter dp Setting value Display four digits after decimal point %%.%%% Display three digits after decimal point %%%.%% Display two digits after decimal point %%%%.% Display one digit after decimal point %%%%% No decimal point Note: Display value Meaning %.%%%% The initial value will change depending on the pulse frequency selection. The decimal point can be optionally displayed. When displaying the decimal point, consider the number of digits to follow the decimal point prior to setting the scaling display value. DISPLAY If p-fre is set to 30, the initial setting for the decimal display will be 000.00. INPUT Input value Teaching with actual values is possible. Instead of setting by inputting with the Up Key and Shift Key, current values can be input as scaling input values for teaching. This is useful for making settings while checking the operation status of the K3MA-F. 5 K3MA-F Convenient Functions Scaling Teach The parameter (inp) for the K3MA-F’s initial setting level can be set using actual input values with the teaching function. After displaying the parameter, the actual input settings can be made with the following operation. Teaching mode Monitor mode Use to shift to the next parameter without registering. “T” flashes. Use to register and shift to monitor mode. Normal change “T” lights to indicate that the parameter is valid for teaching. “T” turns OFF. Next parameter OUT Types (Comparative Output Models Only) OUT 1 and OUT 2 can be set to operate in one of the three following modes in accordance with the compared values: • Upper limit (High Acting): The output is turned ON when the measurement value is greater than its set value. • Lower limit (Low Acting): The output is turned ON when the measurement value is less than its set value. • Upper and lower limits (Outside Band Acting): An upper limit (H set value) and lower limit (L set value) can be set independently. The output is turned ON when the measurement value is greater than upper-limit set value or less than the lower-limit set value. Parameter Set value out1.t or out2.t hi Upper limit: Upper-limit alarm operation lo Lower limit: Lower-limit alarm operation hi-lo Upper Limit (High Acting) OUT1 value Lower Limit (Low Acting) Measurement value OUT1 value ON Output OFF Upper and lower limits: Upperand lower limit alarm operation Upper and Lower Limits (Outside Band Acting) OUT1 upper-limit value Measurement value Hysteresis Measurement value Meaning Hysteresis ON Output OFF Hysteresis OUT1 lower-limit value ON Output OFF Hysteresis The three types of output operations shown above can be combined as desired. The following are examples of possible combinations. Upper Limit 2-stage Output Threshold Output OUT2 upper-limit value OUT2 value OUT1 upper-limit value Measurement value Combination of Upper Limit and Upper/Lower Limits Measurement value OUT1 lower-limit value OUT1 value OUT2 lower-limit value OUT2 upper-limit value OUT1 value Measurement value OUT2 lower-limit value OUT2 ON OFF OUT2 ON OFF OUT2 ON OFF OUT1 ON OFF OUT1 ON OFF OUT1 ON OFF Parameter Initialization Use this to reset the K3MA-F after returning it to its factory-set condition. This function returns all of the parameters to their initial values. Parameter init Setting value Meaning off --- on Initializes all parameters. 6 K3MA-F Average Processing Changing the Display Color Average processing stabilizes the display by minimizing any pulsating or flicker caused by fluctuations in the pulse width of sensor input or by eccentricity in rotating shafts. The color of the value displayed can be set to either red or green. For comparative output models, the display color can be set to change from green to red, or from red to green, according to the status of the comparison criterion. Red 113.36 OUT1 value Green 100.05 Hysteresis (Comparative Output Models Only) OUT2 value 8.781 The hysteresis of comparative outputs can be set to prevent chattering in the output when the measurement value fluctuates finely near the OUT value. Upper limit (high acting) Set value Red Display Auto-return Time This function automatically returns the display to the operation level’s current value if no keys are pressed for a preset time (called the display auto-return time). Hysteresis Move-to-Protect-Level Time Measurement value The time required to shift to the protect level can be set as desired. Output MAX/MIN Display ON OFF Auto-zero Time This function sets the time for the display to return to zero when input pulses stop. Set the time longer than the expected input pulse cycle (the interval between one input pulse and the next). Proper measurement is not possible if the time is set shorter than the input pulse cycle. Setting range: 0.0 to 19.9 s The maximum and minimum measurement (display) values from the time the power is turned ON until the current time can be stored and displayed. This is useful, for example, when measuring the maximum value. Current value MAX/MIN MAX/MIN Startup Compensation Time LEVEL MODE SHIFT UP MAX value Max The startup compensation time is the time to wait for the measurement operation to be entered after the power supply of the K3MA-F is turned ON. Use this parameter to cancel measurement and comparative output operation until the a rotating body reaches its normal speed when the power supply to the K3MA-F and rotating body are turned ON at the same time. MAX/MIN MAX/MIN LEVEL MODE SHIFT UP MIN value Min MAX/MIN Display MAX/MIN LEVEL MODE SHIFT UP Lower limit setting (OUT2) Startup compensation time 00000 displayed Time Power supply OUT2 output 7 K3MA-F Nomenclature 2. Operation indicators 1 2 3. Level indicator Max Min 1. Main indicator SV T MAX/MIN LEVEL MODE SHIFT UP 4. MAX/MIN key 5. Level key 8. Up key 6. Mode key Name 7. Shift key Functions 1. Main indicator Displays current values, parameter names (abbreviations), and comparative value settings. 2. Opera- 1 tion indica- 2 tors SV Lit when output 1 is ON. Lit when output 2 is ON. Lit when a set value is being displayed or changed. Max Lit when the main indicator is showing the MAX value. Min Lit when the main indicator is showing the MIN value. T Lit when the teaching function is operable. Blinks while the teaching function is operating. 3. Level indicator Displays the current level that the K3MA-F is in. (See below for details.) 4. MAX/MIN Key Used to display the MAX and MIN values when a measurement value is being displayed. 5. Level Key Used to change the level. The level can be switched between operation level and initial setting level. 6. Mode Key Used to allow the main indicator to indicate parameters sequentially. 7. Shift Key Used to enable a set value to be changed. When changing a set value, this key is used to move along the digits. 8. Up Key Used to change a set value. Used to set or clear a forced-zero function when a measurement value is being displayed. Level indicator Level p Protect Not lit Operation s f Initial setting Advanced function setting 8 K3MA-F Dimensions Terminal cover (provided) 101.2 91 Main indicator character size Panel cut-out 120 min. 14.2 mm A B C D E 85 97 7.6 mm 75 min. 0 92+0.5 12 1.3 45+0.50 80 96 44.8 Mounting Recommended Panel Thickness 1 to 8 mm. Mount the product horizontally. 48 MAX/MIN LEVEL MODE SHIFT The K3MA-F uses M3 terminals. A terminal cover is provided. UP Application Examples Displaying conveyor belt feed speed K3MA-F m/min Monitoring the rotations Displaying the monitor of a mixer or churner output from an inverter as rotations or line speed rpm rpm Inverter K3MA-F K3MA-F Gear Mixer or churner Motor Voltage pulse Proximity sensor • Monitoring line speed for a reflow furnace • Displaying feed speed for food processing, conveying, sintering • Mixers for resin molding • Powdering/pelleting machines, centrifugal separators Note: If the monitor output from the inverter is analog, such as 0 to 10 V, use the K3MA-J. • Monitoring conveyor speed • Machining equipment (grinders, polishers) 9 K3MA-F Installation 1. Insert the K3MA-F into the panel cut-out hole. 2. For a waterproof installation, insert the rubber gasket onto the body of the K3MA-F. ■ Wiring Precautions • Use crimp terminals. • Tighten the terminal screws to a torque of approximately 0.5 N⋅m. • To avoid the influence of noise, route signal lines and power lines separately. ■ Wiring • Use the following M3 crimp terminals. 5.8 mm max. 5.8 mm max. 3. Fit the adaptor into the grooves on the left and right sides of the rear case, then push it until it contacts the panel to secure the K3MA-F. ■ Unit Labels (Provided) • The unit labels are not attached to the K3MA-F. Select the desired labels from the provided sheet. ■ LCD Angle of View The K3MA is designed to provide the best visibility at the angles shown in the following diagram. Note: For scales and gauges, use the unit labels that are specified by the relevant laws or regulations. 10° 30° ■ Watertight Cover Y92A-49N ■ Rubber Packing K32-P1 If the rubber packing is lost or damaged, it can be ordered using the following model number: K32-P1. (Depending on the operating environment, deterioration, contraction, or hardening of the rubber packing may occur and so, in order to ensure the level of waterproofing specified in NEMA4, periodic replacement is recommended.) Note: Rubber packing is provided with the Controller. 10 K3MA-F Operating Procedures ■ Operations in Run Mode Checking the Maximum and Minimum Values The maximum and minimum values can be displayed by pressing the MAX/MIN Key while the measurement is being displayed. Measurement value MAX/MIN Key MAX value MAX/MIN Key MIN value MAX/MIN Key The maximum and minimum values can be reset by pressing the MAX/MIN Key for 1 s min. when the maximum or minimum value is displayed. Checking and Setting Comparative Set Values (for Models with the Comparative Output Function) Each time the Mode Key is pressed when the measurement value, maximum value, or minimum value is displayed, the comparative values will be displayed in the following order: OUT1 value (or OUT1 upper-limit value, OUT1 lower-limit 1), OUT 2 value (or OUT2 upper-limit value, OUT2 lower limit value 2). Measurement value MAX value MIN value OUT1 value OUT1 upperlimit value OUT2 value OUT1 lowerlimit value OUT2 upperlimit value OUT2 lowerlimit value Note: When the comparative value is displayed, it can be changed by pressing the Shift Key and the Up Key (when key protection is OFF). ■ Levels “Level” refers to a grouping of parameters. The following table lists the operations that are possible in each of the levels, and the diagram tells how to move between levels. There are some parameters that are not displayed for certain models. Level name Protect Function Measurement Setting lockouts. Continue Operation Displaying current values, and setting OUT 1/2 set values. Continue Initial setting Making initial settings of input type, scaling, output operating action, Stopped and other parameters. Advanced function setting Setting average processing, display color settings, and other advanced function parameters. Stopped Power ON Level Key + MODE Key for at least user-set time Operation level Protect level Level Key + MODE Key 1 s min. Level Key 1 s min. Level Key 3 s min. Measurement in progress Initial setting level Measurement stopped Level change Level Key 1 s min. Password input Advanced function setting level 11 K3MA-F ■ Parameters Note: 1. Some parameters are not displayed for certain models. 2. The K3MA-F will stop measurement if the level is changed to the initial setting level or the advanced-function setting level. 3. If the input range is changed, some parameters are set to default values. Therefore, set the input range first. 4. Settings displayed in reversed colors are defaults. Power ON Operation level Current value For models with the comparative output function. MODE OUT1 value Set one of these. − MODE OUT1 upper-limit value − MODE OUT1 lower-limit value − MODE OUT2 value − MODE Set one of these. OUT2 upper-limit value − MODE OUT2 lower-limit value − MODE 12 K3MA-F To change a setting, press the Shift Key make the change with the Up Key . Press Level Key for more than 3 s. Press Level Key again, and then for less than 1 s. Advanced-function setting level Initial setting level Press Level Key for more than 1 s. Pulse frequency Pulse frequency Enter password "-0169" / Average processing / / / Scaling Scaling input value − Scaling display value − MODE Decimal point position − Models with the comparative output function − OUT2 hysteresis − − Auto-zero time Upper Limit Startup compensation time − MODE Upper Limit Green (red) Display color change Lower Limit Upper/Lower Limits MODE − Green Red (green) Red MODE Move to advancedfunction setting level / MODE Upper/Lower Limits OUT2 type − MODE Lower Limit MODE OUT1 hysteresis MODE MODE OUT1 type Unit: times Comparative hysteresis MODE MODE MODE / MODE MODE Models with the comparative output function Parameter initialization Display auto-return time − Move-toprotectlevel time − − Unit: s MODE MODE − Unit: s Settings displayed in reversed colors are initial settings. 13 K3MA-F Press Level Key + Mode Key for more than 1 s. Operation level Protect level Press Level Key + than preset time. Mode Key for more Operation/adjustment lockouts / / / / MODE Setting level lockouts MODE Setting change lockout / MODE Operation/Adjustment Lockouts ■ Initial Settings Restricts key operations for operation level and adjustment level. Parameter Setting Current value display oapt Power ON Operation level Set value display 0 Allowed Allowed 1 Allowed Allowed 2 Allowed Prohibited • Initial setting is 0. • This is not displayed on models with no comparative output function. Press the Level Key level. for 3 s min. to move to the initial setting Select the pulse frequency for measurement. Set the scaling values and OUT type as required. Setting Level Lockouts Restricts shifting to initial setting level or advanced function setting level. Parameter icpt Setting Shift to initial setting level Shift to advanced function setting level 0 Allowed Allowed 1 Allowed Prohibited 2 Prohibited Prohibited If required, shift to the advanced-function setting level to set the number of measurements for average processing, hysteresis values, auto-zero time, startup compensation time, display color change, display auto-return time, or move-toprotect-level time. Press the Level Key the operation level. for more than 1 second to return to Setting Change Lockout Restricts setting changes by key operation. When this lockout is set, it is no longer possible to shift to a setting change mode. Parameter wtpt Setting Specify set value of OUT 1 and 2. Setting change by key operation off Allowed on Prohibited Measurement starts. However, all protect level parameters can still be changed. 14 K3MA-F ■ Setting Example Initial Settings The settings for the following example are shown here. Example: Display conveyor belt feed speed E2E-X5E1 Proximity Sensor 0.1 m 1 2 Max Min SV MAX/MIN LEVEL MODE SHIFT UP K3MA-F-A2 100-240VAC Here, the conveyor belt feed speed is to be displayed in units of 0.1 m/min. • Proximity Sensor: E2E-X5E1, NPN output 1 pulse/rotation, roller diameter 0.1 m Display value dsp 18850 1. Select the maximum input frequency for the K3MA-F. Set the pulse frequency selection to either 30 Hz or 5 kHz. In the example, this is set to 30 Hz because the conveyor belt is turning at a slow speed. Parameter: p-fre (pulse frequency), Setting value: 30 2. Set the scaling. The display value (D) is shown with the following formula. D = f × α, f: frequency and α: prescaling value The value of α will be internally calculated and registered if the input value (f) and the display value (D) are set. The number of rotations or speed is shown with the following formula. Rotations (rpm) = Frequency input/No. of pulses per rotation × 60 Cycle speed D (m/min) = Rotations × roll circumference = 1/N × f × 60 × d × π N: No. of pulses per rotation f: Frequency (Hz) d: Roller diameter (m) When the input conditions are applied to this equation, we obtain the following: Display value = 1/1 × f × 60 × 0.1 × π For an input of 1 Hz, the display value is 18.8495 (m/min). The scaling settings for the K3MA-F must be integers. Also, to decrease error, the scaling value is multiplied by 1,000, to obtain an input of 1000 Hz and a display value of 18850. However, because the display value in this case is displayed to the first decimal place, the scaling is set as shown in the following example so that 1885.0 is displayed for an input of 100 Hz. Parameter Setting value inp (scaling input value) 100 dsp (scaling display value) 18850 dp (decimal point position) %%%%.% Input value inp 100 When displaying a flowrate (e.g., in l/min or l/h), make the scaling settings after confirming the I/O characteristics of the flowrate sensor. There are flowrate sensors that output analog signals. If this kind of flowrate sensor is used, consider using the K3MA-J. Note: The decimal point position here refers to the position in the number after scaling. When setting the scaling display value, it is necessary to consider the number of digits to be displayed past the decimal point. ■ Troubleshooting When an error occurs, error details will be displayed on the main indicator. Confirm the error from the main indicator and take the appropriate countermeasures. Level display Main indicator Error contents Countermeasures Not lit e111 RAM memory error Repair is necessary. Consult your OMRON sales representative. 5 e111 EEPROM memory error When this error is displayed, press the Level Key for 3 seconds, and the settings will be restored to the factory settings. If the error cannot be recovered, repair is necessary. Consult your OMRON sales representative. Not lit Flashes 99999 The scaling display value exceeds 99999. Promptly change the input to a value that falls within the specified range. The scaling value may be inappropriate. Review the scaling value at the initial setting level. Not lit Flashes -19999 The scaling display value is lower than −19999. Promptly change the input to a value that falls within the specified range. The scaling value may be inappropriate. Review the scaling value at the initial setting level. ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS. To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527. 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