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ULINE Economy Counting Scales are pre-calibrated when you receive them, however, you may need to recalibrate them if
they’ve become inaccurate. It is also recommended that you
calibrate your scale at least once every year. Precision calibration weights must be
used to properly calibrate the scale. Calibration weight must be at least
1/3 of the scales capacity and cannot exceed the scale’s full capacity.
All Economy Counting Scales must be calibrated using metric weights. To
calibrate your scale you must change the unit of measure to KG if it’s not already
there. With the scale off, hold down the SMPL key and turn on the scale at the same time. Enter 1-1-3-2 and press the SMPL key. The words SETU you will be shown in the
display and -LB- in the TOTAL COUNT display. Press 1 to change the unit of
measure. The words SETU you will be shown in the WEIGHT display and -g- in the TOTAL COUNT display. Press the SMPL key to accept. Then press the ZERO key. The scale will restart. You are now ready to calibrate the scale. For this
video, we will be using single point calibration. Remove all items from the
scale. Turn off the scale. Now, hold down the SMPL key and turn on
the scale. 0 will be displayed in the UNIT WEIGHT display and in the TOTAL
COUNT display. Press 1-1, then press SMPL, and CAL will be displayed in the WEIGHT
display. A blinking 0 will be displayed in the UNIT WEIGHT display. -H9- will
be displayed in the TOTAL COUNT display. After 10-15 seconds zero calibration is completed, and CAL
will be blinking in the WEIGHT display. Press 1 to choose the weight of
1/3, 2/3 or full capacity for calibration. Then, put that calibration
weight on the platform. Press the period (.) key to confirm. After 10-15 seconds the
WEIGHT display will show PASS. Remove the weight and press the SMPL key then the ZERO key.
The scale will restart. Should you choose not to calibrate the
scale yourself ULINE’S Repair department can be reached by calling
Customer Service. You can always rely on ULINE for exceptional customer support.

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