Avery Weigh-Tronix 1040 Indicator calibration

Avery Weigh-Tronix 1040 Indicator calibration

  1. Push and hold the MENU key until it says “SETPAS”. (*Note: If the indicator just sits there and beeps after 3-4 seconds, let go of the MENU key, at that point “SETPAS” should appear)
  2.  Type 1040
  3.  Once “1040” is on the screen press SELECT. (*At this point “CONFIG” should be on the screen.) 
  4. Press SELECT once more and the config number will be displayed.
  5. Type a new config number.  98300 is a custom config number that should work for most applications.
  6. Press SELECT to enter the number and return to "CONFIG".
  7. Press MENU and "CUSTOM" will be displayed.
  8. Press SELECT and the custom number will be displayed.
  9. Type a new custom number.  This number is equivalent to a digi-star calibration number and is unique to the specific application.
  10. Press SELECT to enter the number and return to "CUSTOM".
  11. Press G/N repeatedly to return to the gross weight screen.


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