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Configuring The Meter 4
4.3.1 Scaling with Known Loads (On-Line Calibration) (Continued)
To scale with known inputs: apply known loads to a transducer connected to a meter, or
simulate the transducer output with a voltage or current simulator. To scale with known
inputs, follow these steps:
1. Apply a known load equal to approximately 0% of the transducer range.
2. Press the MENU button until the meter shows RD.S.O .
3. Press the TARE button. The meter shows IN1 (Input 1).
IN1 (Input 1) is the unscaled display reading at minimum input.
4. Press the TARE button again. The meter shows last stored value for Input 1.
5. Press the TARE button once more. The meter shows the actual signal being
received.
6. Press the MENU button to store this value as IN1 (Input 1). The meter shows
RD1 (Read 1).
RD1 (Read 1) is the desired display reading at Input 1.
7. Press the TARE button. The meter shows the last stored value for Read 1.
8. Press the ßMAX button to change the value of your digits.
9. Press the TARE button to scroll horizontally to the next digit.
10. Press the MENU button to store value as RD1 . The meter shows IN!2 (Input 2).
IN!2 (Input 2) is the unscaled display reading at maximum input.
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