Niigata seiki LEVELNIC Owner's Manual

User Manual for Niigata seiki LEVELNIC Measuring Instruments (19 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: Niigata seiki
  • Category of Device: Measuring Instruments
  • Document: LEVELNIC Owner's Manual, File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 13-08-2023
  • Count of Pages: 19
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Niigata seiki LEVELNIC Measuring Instruments PDF Owner's Manual (Updated: Sunday 13th of August 2023 01:00:59 PM)

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Compatible devices: MCD130-25, WTI Series, DP-180, CJU BKD Series, GDCS-150DCD, LEVELNIC DL-S3 DL-BW, GDCS-150DS, DITG-30PJ.

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  • 1, Precision Electronic Level≪ ≫ Compact Digital Level DL-m3 LEVELNIC Owners Manual Thank you for purchasing Niigata Seiki LEVELNIC. Please read this manual thoroughly before use to insure proper operation and a long service life. [ CONTENTS ] Introduction ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2 Features ・・・・・・…

  • 2, Niigata seiki LEVELNIC [ INTRODUCTION ] This high precision microcomputer controlled level measures angle by measuring the displacement of a pendulum. Displacement is converted to an electronic signal and is displayed as mm/m of inclination on the digital display. [ FEATURES ] Capacitive sensor for high sensitivity and stable output.◎ Can measure a wide range of slope angles compared to a bubble (or "spirit") l…

  • 3, [ PART IDENTIFICATION ・ FUNCTION ] (1) Display (2) 0-Cal Button (3) Power Switch (4) 1/2-Cal / Output Signal Button (5) Function Select Switch (6) Battery Cover Screw (7) Battery Cover (8) Data Out Jack (9) Base -3- …

  • 4, (1) Display Display shows angle measurements, battery status, and communication status. Angle The angle is displayed in units of mm/m. If the angle exceeds the measurement range, an error message is displayed. For a positive out-of-range error, "EEE" is displayed, and for a negative out-of- range error, "-EEE" is shown. The "E" on the elevated side will blink. When th…

  • 5, (4) 1/2-Cal / Output Signal Button Button function is set by the Function Select Switch to work as either 1/2- Cal Button, or Output Signal Button. 1/2-Cal Button Press the 1/2-Cal button to divide the displayed reading by 2. Value is changed when the 1/2-Cal button is released. Button requires deliberate press of about 1 sec. (Button can not be used during error display.) Output Signal Button Press the Output Signal Button to output…

  • 6, (6) Battery Cover Screw When replacing battery, turn counter clockwise to remove. (7) Battery Cover When replacing the cover, make sure the tab is inserted into the slot at the bottom of the compartment. (8) Data Out Jack RS-232C port for sending the displayed value and units to a remote device for recording or display. Signal can be output directly to a computer or printer equipped with an RS-232C port. Pleas…

  • 7, [ Measurement Range and Zero-Point ] The instrument can be set to display a reference point of "0" at any angle using the 0- Cal and 1/2-Cal buttons. However, the measuring range of the instrument is limited by the range of the internal variable measured by the device. (This value can be seen when power is *rst turned ON, before changing the reference point.) Instrument does not have an internal reference to true horizon…

  • 8, Cal, 1/2-Cal operations have not been performed.◎ (Zero reference point for displayed value is same as internal reference.) -8- Display Zero→ Measurement Range Internal Zero Display Zero→ Measurement Range Display Zero→ Measurement Range ◎ Reference point moved 1 mm/m using the 0-Cal, 1/2-Cal operations. (For example, initial reading was 1 mm/m when 0-Cal is performed, or 2 mm/m before 1/2-Cal is performed.) Internal Zero ◎ Reference point moved 3.4 mm/m using the…

  • 9, Niigata seiki LEVELNIC [ HOW TO USE ] This is a precision instrument. Please handle with care and avoid any shock or mishandling. Before use, wipe the instrument base and the surface to be measured using a soft cloth or lens cloth moistened with mineral spirits or alcohol to remove any grease and contamination. Place the instrument on the surface to be measured. Turn on the instrument using the…

  • 10, When viewed from the front (with the display on the right side,) if the right side is elevated the angle reading will be an increasing positive number. If the angle is out of range an error message will be displayed. For negative angles, a "‒" sign is also shown. In the error message, the "E" on the elevated side will also blink to indicate the direction of the out-of-range error. The gauge will display the angle of inclination as mm/m, which is the elevation …

  • 11, [ ZERO-POINT SETTING ] The instrument does not have a preset absolute zero-point. When *rst turned on, a reading of zero ( the internal value ) will not necessarily indicate that the gauge is at true horizontal position. If a zero-point is required it must be set each time the instrument is switched on. In this way, calibration error is eliminated and the zero-point is set accurately each time. Setting the zero-point to true horizo…

  • 12, ≪ 0-Cal, 1/2-Cal Operation ≫ The zero-point reference is set without an absolute reference by using the direction of Earth's gravity as a reference. This can be understood from the following procedure. Suppose a slope having an angle θ with respect to the horizontal plane. Place on that slope a board with a weight suspended on thread. As seen in the diagram below, the weight will move toward side A of the board at an angle θ from the line perpendicular to the slope. Wh…

  • 13, Niigata seiki LEVELNIC [ LEVELING A SURFACE ] Leveling in one direction. (1) Place the instrument on the surface, and once the display has stabilized press the 0-Cal Button. (2 ) Rotate the instrument 180° in the same location on the surface, and once the display has stabilized press the 1/2-Cal Button. (3) Adjust the tilt of the surface to make the instrument's display read zero. (4 ) Rotate the instrument 180° again to con*r…

  • 14, Leveling in two directions (X、Y direction) (1) For one direction (for example the X-direction,) follow the above procedure for “Leveling in one direction.” (2) Repeat the procedure for the other direction (the Y-direction.) (3) When adjusting in one direction, it is possible that the perpendicular direction will be affected and no longer level. It may be necessary to repeat steps (1), (2), several times to bring the two axis into level. When …

  • 15, [ Output Signal ] The measurement value and units can be read off the Data Out Jack. The signal is RS-232 compatible so can be connected to any computer or printer with an RS-232 port available. Use an audio type mini-plug for connecting cable to Data Out Jack. (1) TD (Output) Transmitted Data (2) CTS (Input) Clear to Send (3) GND Ground Comm method Asynchronous Comm Control Hardware (CTS controlle…

  • 16, Niigata seiki LEVELNIC Signal output is controlled by the CTS signal. CTS tells the system when to transmit, or not to transmit data. If the Function Select Switch is set to “1/2” For CTS level “high”, measurement data is sent on TD with each data update.. For CTS level “low”, or not connected, measurement data is not sent. If CTS is continuously “high”, measurement data will be sent continuously. If the Function Select Switch is set to “OUT” For CTS level “high”, measurement data is …

  • 17, [ SHIPPING ] This is a precision instrument; when carried or shipped, care must be taken to avoid damage. Please be careful not so subject instrument to shock, vibration, or excessive forces when shipped. Hand Carrying Always transport in supplied case. Transport in upright position and not on side or upside down. When placing the gauge into the storage case, use care since the outer body is larger than the base and will get stuck. Shipping…

  • 18, [ NOTICES ]  This is a precision instrument, handle with care. While in use and during transport protect from excessive shock, vibration, or excessive force to the main body or to the measuring surface.  The measuring base is critical component for accurate measurements, use care to protect from corrosion.  After use, clean any rust or dirt from instrument and apply rust preventive oil to the base before storing in the case.  If not used for a long period, remove…

  • 19, [ SPECIFICATIONS ] Model DL-m3 Measurement Range ±5.00 mm/m Resolution 0.01mm/m Operating Temp. range 0~40℃ Accuracy(※1) [17~23℃] ±0.02 mm/m or, if larger: ±3 %rdg (0 ~ ±2 mm/m) ±4 %rdg (±2 ~ ±5 mm/m) [0~40℃] ±0.02 mm/m or, if larger: ±5 %rdg (0 ~ ±2 mm/m) ±6 %rdg (±2 ~ ±5 mm/m) Repeatability Within ±0.01 mm/m Outpu…

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