The scanner/scale must be calibrated if:
it is a first time installation
the scale cannot be re-zeroed
the calibration verification tests indicate errors
there is a change in the units of measure [i.e. from pounds (lbs.) to kilograms (kg)]
if the scale load cell has been replaced
the calibration seal is missing or torn
The certification of the weighing mechanism of the scale version of this scanner is subject to federal, state and local
Weights and Measures statutes and regulations and can only be performed by authorized government agencies
and/or their duly registered agents. Each time the scale or weighing mechanism is calibrated, it should be properly
sealed with a paper seal or a wire seal prior to being placed into service in commerce.
It is the responsibility of the owner of the scale to confirm compliance with the relevant Weights and Measures statutes
and regulations applicable in your area by checking with the appropriate government agency before placing a newly
calibrated unit into service or removing any official seals.
Field Standard 30.0 pound Weight Set or 15.0 kilogram Weight Set
Wire or Paper Seal
Type of seal to be used will depend on the guidelines specified by the local Weights and Measures
Phillips #1 Screw Driver
Scale Calibration Methods
Scale Calibration with Remote Display uses the scale display to sequence through the calibration steps and store
critical calibration points.
Bar Code Scale Calibration without Remote Display* uses the scanner / scale only and assumes there is no remote
scale display. A bar code is used to initiate the calibration sequence and the speaker volume switch is used to store
critical range values.
* This calibration procedure will work with the remote display connected to the StratosS but no data will appear on the remote display.