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FAQ’s

General Questions

  1. What does the arrow signify on my load cell?The arrow on a load cell indicates the direction in which the force (load) should be applied to obtain a positive signal. Note that on floor scale installations, the arrow typically points up.
  2. Can anyone calibrate a scale?Yes, if they start with a trouble-free scale, use suitable test weights and follow the proper procedures. Calibration information can be found in your owner’s manual.Transcell recommends having your digital scale checked periodically (at least once a year) by a qualified scale company. If you need a calibration certificate, then you’ll need to contact a service company that is ISO 17025 accredited.
  3. Contact us today – we can recommend a qualified scale service company in your area.
  4. In a pinch, your digital scale can be calibrated with any object that has a known weight. But if you choose to go this route, please use at least 50% of the rated capacity of the scale as your test weight. For example, use at least 2,500 pounds of test weights to calibrate your floor/pallet scale which is rated for 5,000 pounds
  5. How do you configure Worldship and FedEx Ship Manager on selected Transcell products?UPS Worldship configuration (SRP-300, SP-100, SPL-150, PC-150)
    • Baud rate (A1): 9600
    • Data Bytes & Parity (A2): 7o
    • Transmission (A3): C or D
    • Serial Data Format (A4): 4 (6 for PC-150)

    Fedex Starship (SP-100)

    • Baud Rate (A1): 2400
    • Data Bytes & Parity (A2): 8n
    • Transmission (A3): C
    • Serial Data Format (A4): 3
  6. How do I obtain a manual for a Transcell product?Manuals can be downloaded from the Downloads section of this website (sign up required). Alternatively, please call or email Transcell and it will be emailed to you.
  7. What cable do we need to order for RS232 communication?In most cases a NMC-1 RS-232 Null Modem Cable should suffice.  This item can be purchased on our website here. Our shipping scales and our MP-20 direct thermal desktop printer ship with their own RS-232 cable.
  8. What is a "homerun cable"?This is the cable which connects your weighing platform (i.e. floor scale) to your digital weight indicator.  The cable used on most indicators can be purchased on our website here . If you have a stainless steel indicator then please contact us via phone or email.
  9. What is a Junction Box (j-box)?This is the metal or plastic box located within your scale platform (e.g. a floor scale). It sums all of the load cells together to act as one. In addition it facilitates corner balancing. These items can be purchased on our website here.
  10. What is animal hold?It's a feature on the indicator that compensates for the motion of a live animal so that you obtain an accurate weight.
  11. Where do I find calibration procedures for my scale?Calibration procedures can be found on this website (in the Downloads section) or in the owner’s manual that you received with the unit.
  12. Where do I find the USB drivers needed for my shipping or postal scale?Click here to obtain the latest USB drivers for your operating system.
  13. How do I configure my Transcell shipping scale to 'Talk' to my shipping software?There are many shipping software packages out there so a one-size-fits-all solution is not really possible. Here are the basic things you should know …
    • If both your computer and your scale have a COM port, connect them together using a null modem serial cable
    • If your computer has a USB port but your scale has an RS-232 port, connect them together via a USB to serial adapter
    • If your both your computer and your scale have a USB port, connect them together using a standard USB cable (usually included with the scale)

    Drivers

    • If both your computer and your scale have a COM port, no drivers are required
    • If your computer has a USB port but your scale has an RS-232 port, please install the drivers that came with your USB to serial adapter
    • If your both your computer and your scale have a USB port, click here to obtain the latest USB drivers for your operating system

    Shipping software configuration

    • Most shipping software products will supply a drop down list of scale models to choose from; if Transcell is listed then select your model; if Transcell is not listed, then in most cases your Transcell scale can be configured to emulate one of the listed models (consult the manual which came with your scale)
    • The shipping software must be programmed to address the exact COM port your scale is connected to, e.g. COM4
    • The serial data communication parameters (e.g. baud rate, data bits, parity, stop bits) must be matched between the computer and the scale

    Here are a few configuration examples: Select the Fairbanks 70-2453-4 scale from the drop down listOn the scale:Data Bytes & Parity (A2): 7oV-Technologies StarShipOn StarShip:
    Baud Rate (A1): 2400Transmission (A3): CFedEx Ship Manager (PC-150 only)On Ship Manager: Baud Rate (A1): 1200Transmission (A3): DFor additional assistance, please contact Transcell technical support …

  14. Serial Data Format (A4): 7
  15. Data Bytes & Parity (A2): 8n
  16. On the scale:
  17. Select the Toledo scale from the drop down list
  18. Serial Data Format (A4): 3
  19. Data Bytes & Parity (A2): 8n
  20. On the scale:
  21. Select the Transcell SP-100 scale from the drop down list
  22. Serial Data Format (A4): 6 (PC-150 only) or 4 (all other models)
  23. Baud rate (A1): 9600
  24. On WorldShip®:
  25. UPS WorldShip®
  26. Physical Connections

Ordering Information

Ordering Information

  • How to Order from Transcell
  • How to Cancel or Change an Order
  • Accepted Payment Methods
  • When will my credit card be charged?
  • What about Sales Tax?

How to Order from Transcell:

It couldn't be easier to order from Transcell! Whether you choose to take advantage of the wealth of knowledge found by talking directly to one of our highly-trained and experienced Sales Engineers, or prefer the convenience of ordering online, by fax, email or regular mail, you'll find your purchasing experience with Transcell enjoyable and simple.

  • Order Online: Visit us at www.Transcell.com to order online, seven days a week, 24 hours per day. Just about everything we sell is available online, and you can order with confidence through our secure server.
  • Order by Phone: To place an order with Transcell by phone, call us Toll-Free at 1-800-503-9180. We'll put you in touch with your personal Sales Engineer, who can offer you late-breaking product information, news of special offers, and price, availability and shipping details on your purchase.

Your Transcell Sales Engineer can be reached (all times are Central Standard Time): - Monday-Friday, 8 am - 5 pm

 

  • FAX Orders: You may fax your order to 1-847-419-1515, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Your personal Sales Engineer will contact you as soon as possible upon receipt of your fax.

 

  • E-mail Orders: Send an e-mail request to sales@Transcell.net. Your Sales Engineer will respond quickly with the information you need to complete your order. We strongly recommend that you NOT include credit card numbers or other personal financial information in your e-mail. E-mails are not secure and your information could be intercepted in transit.

Order by Mail:

Once you've coordinated your purchase with your Sales Engineer, you can mail your order to:

Transcell Technology, Inc.

975 Deerfield Pkwy

Buffalo Grove, IL 46818

 

How to Cancel or Change an Order:

We work hard to ensure that the product(s) you order from Transcell are the right fit for your needs and your budget. However, we recognize that on occasion you must cancel or change an order. The first thing to do is call your Transcell Sales Engineer at 1-800-503-9180. Many orders leave our warehouse within 24 hours, so it is sometimes impossible to stop your order from shipping. In this case your Sales Engineer will assist you with a Return Authorization request. While we maintain the most liberal return policy in the industry, some items cannot be returned for very specific reasons. These items include software and special orders.

 

Accepted Payment Methods:

Transcell accepts Visa, MasterCard, and American Express, as well as money order, or certified or personal check (a waiting period is required for the check to clear).

 

When will my credit card be charged?

Transcell does not charge you in advance for orders that are not in stock and ready to ship. In the event that your order must be split (i.e., one item is in stock and one is backordered) we only charge for the part that is shipped. Once the balance of your order is ready to ship we will apply charges for that. One important thing to note here is that every order at Transcell is reviewed and attended to by a highly-trained Transcell employee before your credit card is charged to make sure that each and every order receives the personal attention it deserves.

 

No Sales Tax:

Transcell does not collect the sales tax for any purchases made from outside of the state of Illinois. In other states, each customer is responsible for their own taxes.

Power Solutions

  1. Having issues with Blackouts?Transcell recommend an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System:*Note that UPS systems usually cover all the AC power disturbances listed on this page.[Back To Top]
  2. https://www.tripplite.com/products/ups-buying-guide
  3. Having issues with Spikes, Noises, EMI, or RFI? Transcell suggest using a Surge Suppressors which feature special noise filters that remove line noise.  Please click below for a recommended unit.[Back To Top]
  4. https://www.tripplite.com/products/surge-buying-guide/
    https://www.ricelake.com/products/power-conditioning
  5. Having trouble with Surges, Dips, Brownouts, or Dropouts?Transcell recommends the following Voltage or Line Conditioners to resolve these issues:
    https://www.tripplite.com/sku/LC1200/
  6. https://www.emersonindustrial.com/en-US/egselectricalgroup/products/control-power-solutions/power-protection-conditioning/power-conditioning/mcr-portable/Pages/default.aspx

Returns & Warranty

  1. What are the steps to send in my unit?First call Transcell to see if service dept can help with solving your problem, if not, retrieve a RA# from tech then return the unit for repair.
  2. What is RA#?The RA# is a number to assure your equipment will make it to the repair dept and that you have spoken to a tech.
  3. What is the warranty period for most units. Transcell warranty period is good for one year unless otherwise specified from Transcell.

General Product Troubleshooting

  1. How do I get my TI-500RF indicator to ‘talk’ to my Android device?
    1. If you have purchased the Bluetooth COM option for your Transcell indicator, you can download a free app on your mobile device to test Bluetooth connectivity and communication (Bluetooth Smart only).1.      On your Android device, go to the Google Play Store
      Look for Laird ToolKit (it’s a free app)3.      Select Serial (VSP)5.      On the indicator press the ON/PRINT key
      On the Laird app you should see a weight string [Back To Top]
    2. On the app, you should see a weight string.
    3. 6.      On the App type “P” and press “Send” button
    4. 4.      Hit the Scan button
      Look for Laird BL600 (that’s the Bluetooth radio inside of the indicator)
    5. 2.      Download and run the Laird ToolKit app
    6. Here are the instructions for an Android device:
  2. How do I get my TI-500RF indicator to ‘talk’ to my Apple device?
  3. If you have purchased the Bluetooth COM option for your Transcell indicator, you can download a free app on your mobile device to test Bluetooth connectivity and communication (Bluetooth Smart only).1.      On your Apple device, go to the iTunes Store
    Look for Laird Serial (it’s a free app)3.      Select Serial (VSP)5.      On the indicator press the ON/PRINT key
    On the Laird app you should see a weight string [Back To Top]
  4. On the app, you should see a weight string.
  5. 6.      On the App type “P” and press “Send” button
  6. 4.      Hit the Scan button
    Look for Laird BL600 (that’s the Bluetooth radio inside of the indicator)
  7. 2.      Download and run the Laird Serial app
  8. Here are the instructions for an Apple device:
  9. How do I get my TI-500E to 'talk' to HyperTerminal?Before startingPhysical Connections•If your computer has a USB port but your scale has an RS-232 port, connect them together with a USB to serial adapterDrivers•If your computer has a USB port but your scale has an RS-232 port, please install the drivers that came with your USB to serial adapterA-menu•By default, the TI-500E is set to demand mode transmission; please verify this setting hasn’t changed, i.e. we want A3 to be set to “d”Starting HyperTerminal and setting up a new connection2.    Once HyperTerminal opens, it will automatically prompt you to create a new connection if none exist. If no connection(s) exists, you can click File | New Connection to create a new one.4.    In the Connect To dialog box, choose the COM port being used by your scale (usually COM1 or COM2) from the Connect Using drop-down list and click OK.6.    Then, choose communications parameters that match the scale. (For the TI-500E, the default settings are 8 data bits, no parity (set to None), one stop bit).
    When you click OK, HyperTerminal will immediately open a connection to the port. You'll then be ready to communicate with the TI-500E.·         On the TI-500E, press the PRINT key once => the HyperTerminal screen should populate with weight data, e.g. 12345.6 KG GR (note that you may also see some ‘funny’ characters, e.g. smiley faces – these are simply nonprintable ASCII characters and can be ignored)·         On the PC keyboard press the CAPS LOCK key·         On the PC keyboard press the Z key once => the TI-500E display should go to zero [Back To Top]
  10. Remember that the TI-500E will not transit any data if it is in motion or if an error message is being displayed …
  11. ·         You can try all the other commands, too (reference the manual)
  12. ·         On the PC keyboard press the P key once => the HyperTerminal screen should populate with weight data, e.g. 12345.6 KG GR (note that you may also see some ‘funny’ characters – these are simply nonprintable characters and can be ignored)
  13. Test #2 (This test is to check communication from the computer to the indicator)
  14. Test #1 (This test is to check communication from the indicator to the computer)
  15. 7.    Set flow control to NONE or OFF.
  16. 5.    In the port property sheet that appears, choose a port speed (bits per second) that matches the device. (Note: default TI-500E setting is 9600)
  17. 3.    Specify a name for the connection (e.g. SCALE), choose an icon, and click OK.
  18. 1.    Click Start | Programs | Accessories | Communications | HyperTerminal.
  19. • By default, the TI-500E is configured to ‘talk’ to a printer only - so change A6 from “1” to “0”
  20. •If both your computer and your scale have a USB port, click here to obtain the latest USB drivers for your operating system
  21. • If both your computer and your scale have a COM port, no drivers are required
  22. •If both your computer and your scale have a USB port, connect them together using a standard USB cable (usually included with the scale)
  23. • If both your computer and your scale have a COM port, connect them together using a null modem serial cable (such as the NMC-1)
  24. • Make sure that the TI-500E is connected up and calibrated to a scale platform (if the indicator is showing an overload message or is in motion it will not transmit any data)
  25. My Scale shows "_ _ _ _ _ _" - what is wrong?Indicates that the scale is ‘under’ gross zero. Try the following in the order listed:
    • Check to ensure that the platter/tray is installed on top of the weighing platform (if equipped)
    • ZERO the scale
    • Perform a zero calibration
    • Clean out / remove debris underneath the scale platform
    • Make sure that the adjustable scale feet (if equipped) are not turned in to the point that they are contacting the bottom of the platform – if they are turn them out a few turns and then re-level the platform
    • Check for a damaged load cell

    Please contact Transcell or a local scale service company for further troubleshooting assistance.[Back To Top]

  26. My scale won't power up - what is wrong?For AC mains powered scales, check & repair the following in the order listed: For alkaline battery powered scales, check & repair the following in the order listed:
    For rechargeable battery powered scales, check & repair the following in the order listed:[Back To Top]
  27. 1.      Check to ensure that the battery terminals are connected
    2.      Inspect battery terminals for corrosion
    3.      Check/replace internal fuse (if equipped)
    4.      Check to ensure that all display connectors are plugged into the scale (if applicable)
    5.      Unplug the printer or other peripheral from the scale (if equipped)
    6.      Unplug the platform from the scale display unit (if applicable)
    7.      Carefully disconnect the rechargeable battery and try using AC power instead
    8.      Replace the rechargeable battery
    9.      Replace the battery charger
    10.  Contact our service department for a remedy
  28. 1.      Inspect battery contacts for corrosion
    2.      Replace the alkaline batteries
    3.      Check to ensure that all display connectors are plugged into the scale (if applicable)
    4.      Unplug the printer or other peripheral from the scale (if equipped)
    5.      Unplug the platform from the scale display unit (if applicable)
    6.      Contact our service department for a remedy
  29. 1.      Unplug the scale from the wall outlet and check to make sure power is available
    2.      Temporarily remove (bypass) any power strips or extension cords in use
    3.      Check to ensure that the scale is plugged into a wall outlet
    4.      Check to ensure that the power cord and/or AC adaptor is plugged into the power jack on the scale
    5.      Check to ensure that all display connectors are plugged into the scale (if applicable)
    6.      Check to ensure that the power switch on the scale is in the ON position (if equipped)
    7.      Check/replace internal fuse (if equipped)
    8.      Unplug the printer or other peripheral from the scale (if equipped)
    9.      Unplug the platform from the scale display unit (if applicable)
    10.  Check and replace the AC adaptor (if equipped).
    11.  Contact our service department for a remedy
  30. Why does my scale display the message "F1" at start up?Your scale is in setup (configuration) mode. In order to resume normal operation, it must be taken out of setup mode. [Back To Top]
  31. Please consult your manual but most of the time this can be achieved simply by toggling the setup/calibration switch on the rear of your display unit.
  32. My scale is not accurate (weights are off) - what can I do?Any time you feel your digital scale is no longer accurate it needs to be thoroughly checked out by a qualified service company (or your own scale maintenance department if you have one). Only the pros have the necessary equipment and know how to check your scale.But before the pros arrive there are a few things you can do. First, clean out underneath the scale, removing any obstructions and foreign material which may have accumulated. While you’re at it, inspect the scale carefully for obvious signs of damage including dents in the platform, bent feet, or cut / frayed cables. Make sure that the adjustable scale feet (if equipped) are not turned in to the point that they are contacting the bottom of the platform – if they are turn them out a few turns and then re-level the platform.[Back To Top]
  33. Contact us today and we’ll recommend a qualified service company in your area.
  34. What do the half zero's (000000) mean on my scale display?This generally means that you have overloaded your scale. Please remove the item(s) to see if the message disappears.If re-calibration doesn’t do the trick, then common causes include:
    • a loose connection at the junction box (if equipped) or inside the digital weight indicator
    • a cut / frayed homerun cable
    • a damaged load cell
    • a configuration error

    Please contact Transcell or a local scale service company for further troubleshooting assistance.

  35. If you have not overloaded your scale, then your indicator may have simply lost its calibration data. Try re-calibrating the scale.

Parts and Accessories

  1. There are several choices for TI-500E replacement adaptors.  Which one is the right one for my indicator?

If you need a replacement TI-500E adaptor, you will need to locate your TI-500E serial number located at the back of the unit.  Based on the information below, you can match your TI-500E serial number with the correct adaptor.

  • If you have a serial number that is Less than 14 digit: use 12 Volt - 120 VAC. 60 Hz, 500mA Female Plug Adaptor (Part Number: P250116237)
  • If you have a serial number starting with 7D200100xxxxx: use 12 Volt - 120 VAC. 60 Hz, 500mA Female Plug Adaptor (Part Number: P250116237)
  • If you have a serial number starting with 7D190370xxxxx: use 9 Volt - 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 500mA Female Plug Adaptor (Part Number: 250117236)

FedEx Ship Manager

  1. How to configure your PC-150 scale to work with FedEx Ship Manager?

NOTE1: This tutorial assumes that you have already successfully installed and configured FedEx Ship Manager Software on your computer and that you have full administrative rights and privileges, if applicable, for Windows UAC.

            NOTE2: At this time, only the PC-150 shipping scale is compatible with FedEx Ship Manager

STEP 1. Install USB drivers

    • Make sure the PC-150 scale is switched on and plugged into a USB port on your computer

 

  1. Windows 7 & Windows 8 will automatically download and install the required drivers
  2. For all other operating systems, download the drivers here.
  3. Follow the install wizard to install the USB drivers onto your computer.

STEP 2. Configure virtual COM port

  • Make sure that the PC-150 scale is powered on and plugged into a USB port on your computer before starting this step.
  1. From Windows, open the Control Panel
  2. Double-click on Device Manager
  3. Click to expand the Ports (COM & LPT) item
  4. Double-click on Silicon Labs CP210x USB to UART Bridge (Com x)
  5. Select the Port Settings tab
  6. Adjust settings as needed:

Bits per Second: 1200
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow Control: None

  1. Click on the Advanced button
  2. For COM Port Number, select COM1 and press OK
  3. Click OK and then close Control Panel

STEP 3. Configure PC-150 scale

  • See PC-150 user guide for instructions on how to enter, navigate and save settings in the ‘A’ (User) Menu.
  1. Enter the ‘A’ (User) menu
  2. Navigate to A1 and confirm or change setting to 1200
  3. Navigate to A2 and confirm or change setting to 8n
  4. Navigate to A3 and confirm or change setting to ‘d’
  5. Navigate to A4 and confirm or change setting to ‘7’
  6. Navigate to A5 and confirm or change setting to ‘0’
  7. Exit the ‘A’ (User) menu and return to normal operating mode

STEP 4. Configure FedEx Ship Manager Software

  • Make sure that the PC-150 scale is powered on and is connected to your computer.
  1. Click on the Utilities tab and select Configure Scale
  2. Adjust settings as needed:

Scale Type: Toledo
Port: 1
Bits per Second: 1200
Data bits:
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1

  1. Click the Test Scale button and view the weighing result
  2. Exit Utilities menu, select the Weight box in the main application and view the weighing  result

Congratulations! Your PC-150 scale is now configured for use with FedEx Ship Manger Software.

Transcell Tech Support: 1-847-419-9180 Or contact FedEx Customer Support Center

Specific Product Troubleshooting

  1. PC-150 general problems and solutions.How do I recalibrate the scale?
    • Please refer to page 9 of the manual.

    My screen shows me "oooooo" how do I fix it?

    • Recalibrate the scale

    My weights seem to be off…how do I fix it?

    • Recalibrating the scale will fix any weight problems

    How do I make my scale work with UPS worldship or Fedex starship?

    • Please look at the configuration that is provided to you.

     

  2. SPL-150 general questions and solutions.My screen shows "oooooo" how do I fix it?
    • Recalibrate the scale

    My screen doesn’t turn on anymore. What should I do?

    • Make sure you still are connected to your scale.

    Make sure there is no damage to the indicator cable or connecter?

    • Contact tech support if problem continues.

    How Do I make my scale work with UPS Worldship or Fedex Startship?

    • Please look at the configuration that is provided to you.

     

  3. SRP-300 general questions and solutions.How do I recalibrate my scale?
    • Please refer to page 4 of the manual.

    My screens shows "ooooo" how do I fix it?

    • Re-calibrate the scale

    My display doesn’t turn on anymore.

    • Make sure the display is still connected in the back.
    • Make sure you still have power going to the scale.

    My weights are off then what they should be. What should I do?

    • Re-calibrate the scale.

    How do I make my scale work with UPS Worldship or Fedex Starship?

    • Please look at the configuration that is provided to you.

    My scale doesn’t communicate with UPS Worldship or Fedex Starship, what is wrong?

    • Make sure the cable you are using is a Null modem serial cable.

     

  4. TC-100 & MCS general questions and solutions.My weights are off, what should I do?
    • Re-calibrate the scale.

    I’ve lost a decimal place on my screen, what should I do?

    • Contact tech support

    My screen tells me "Calib", what does it mean?

    • It means that you should re-calibrate the scale.

    How do I recalibrate the scale?

    • Please refer to chapter 6 of the manual.

    My screen shows me "oooooo" how do I fix it?

    • Attempt to recalibrate the scale.

     

     

  5. TC-200 & CSM general questions and solutions.My weights are off, what should I do?
    • Re-calibrate the scale.

    I’ve lost a decimal place on my screen, what should I do?

    • Contact tech support.

    My screen tells me "Calib", what does it mean?

    • It means that you should re-calibrate the scale.

    How do I re-calibrate my scale?

    • Please refer to chapter 6 of the manual.

    My screen shows me "oooooo" how do I fix it?

    • Attempt to recalibrate the scale.

     

  6. TI-500 SL General Problems and Solutions.How do I calibrate my indicator?
    • Please refer to Chapter 6 of the manual

    My screen shows a "ooooo" or a gross overload sign.

    • Please check the connection between the scale and indicator for any faults or breaks to the wiring
    • The scale may need to be re-calibrated
    • There is an interal problem with the indicator, please contact technical support.

    My screen shows me a "_ _ _ _ _", what should I do?

    • Re-calibrate the scale

    My screen says "Batt", what does it mean?

    • Requires the battery to be recharged.

    I do a recharge and it still shows battery low or only stays on for a very short amount of time, what does this mean?

    • There is an internal problem with the indicator. Please contact Tech support.

     

  7. TI-500(e) General Problems and Solutions.How do I calibrate my indicator?
    • Please refer to chapter 6 of the manual

    My screen doesn’t turn on.

    • Please make sure that you have it plugged into the wall outlet and to the power jack on the indicator.
    • You may have a problem with your indicator, please contact technical support.

    My weights are erratic or unstable, what should I do?

    • Check your connections to your scale and indicator for any faults or breaks to the wiring.
    • This unit requires repair work, please contact technical support.

    My indicator shows a "ooooo" or a gross overload sign.

    • Check your connections to your scale and indicator for any faults or breaks to the wiring.
    • The scale may need to be re-calibrated.
    • There is a problem with the indicator and requires repair work, contact technical support.

    My indicator shows me a random value on the screen even though there is nothing on the scale, but I am still able to weigh things on it.

    • Re-calibrate the scale.

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