S1 setting, also called dwell point, is related to the preset function. It specifies the number of measurement units remaining on the preset delivery when the LCRII\LCR600 switches from full flow to trickle flow. In other words, S1 defines when S1 solenoid closes and S2 opens. Typical setting for M7-1 meter for refined fuels would be 3 gallons (10 liters). Setting for MA7-10 for propane would be 7 gallons (25 liters). This setting can only be changed in “Calibration mode.”
What S1 setting should be on LCRII/LCR600?
What are nominal values of k-factors for Liquid Controls meters?
What model of printers can be used with LCRII/LCR600?
The types of printers that can be selected in System Calibration menu and options are:
Epson 200 roll and Epson 220 roll, Epson TM-T88V, Epson 295 slip, Okidata ML184T and Blaster printer (Cognitive). Please refer to Setup and Operation manual of LCRII/LCR600 for details.
How can you change the time on the LCRII without the Lap Pad?
Move red selector switch to the “PRINT” position. Depress the “SELECT” key located on the front door. Scroll through the menu until it shows “TIME.” Depress “INCREASE” key to flash first number of the time. Change the number by using increase key or use the select key to move to the next digit until last number has been selected.
How to Print a Calibration (Diagnostics) ticket?
Make sure the printer is on and loaded with a long ticket or a roll printer. Move the red selector switch to “SHIFT PRINT” and back to “PRINT” or “STOP,” within 2 seconds it will print the ticket.
How do I turn on temperature "COMPENSATION TYPE" in the LCR II?
A LAP PAD or EZCommand light program must be used to activate or turn on the temperature compensation. From the LAP PAD scroll through using arrow right or left unit you get to the “PRODUCT CALIBRATION” screen. Depress “ENTER” and then you can write the product name and select product type on the first screen. Depress “M#” to access next screen. “COMPENSATION TYPE” C must be flashing. Depress the “ENTER” key and use the arrow up or down key to scroll through the table list. Depress “ENTER” again once you see the choice of your desired table.
*Note: Temperature probe must be connected to terminal J14 on the LCR II board. Details of the type of tables can be found in the back of the LCR II Set-Up & Operation Manual EM100-11 Appendix A.
How do I disable the printer requirement in an LCRII?
Using a lap pad or EZCommand navigate to the SYSTEM CALIBRATION menu and press enter. Scroll through the menu using the arrow keys until you come to the field TICKET? Be sure the red knob is in the calibration position on the front of the LCRII, put your cursor on the T in TICKET and press enter. Your cursor will drop down and you can then select NO. Press the enter key to select NO. Press the M1 key to return to the main menu. Move the red knob to STOP and resume your normal delivery procedure.
How do I disable GROSS VOLUME from printing on my ticket in an LCRII?
Using a lap pad or EZCommand navigate to the GENERAL SETUP menu and press enter. Scroll though the menu using the arrow keys until you see PRINT GROSS & PARAM? Be sure the red knob is in the calibration position on the front of the LCRII, put your cursor on the “P” in PRINT and press the enter key. Change the YES to NO using the arrow keys and press enter. Press the M1 key to return to the main menu. Move the red knob to STOP and resume your normal delivery procedure.
How do I unlock the Security in the LCRII?
First be sure to print of any pending delivery ticket. Using the arrow keys navigate to the “SECURITY” menu and press enter. Using the arrow keys navigate to the USER KEY field. With your cursor on the “U” in USER press the enter key twice. This will unlock the security field. If you get a range error please contact the factory.
Can I use the LCRII lap pad with the LCR600 register?
NO – the keypad is built into the cover assembly of the LCR600
Where do I find manuals for the LCRII register?
Go to the LC website – www.lcmeter.com – hover your mouse pointer over the Resources Tab; a new dropdown menu will come up, hover your mouse pointer over Technical; from the dropdown menu; a new dropdown menu will come up, hover your mouse pointer over IOM’s and depress your left mouse button; a complete listing of all current manuals will be listed. Select the manual you want and open or download the PDF file.
How can I perform a ‘Clear All’ using the EZCommand Computer Program?
Work Instruction generated and sent when requested.