Avery Weigh-Tronix 640 Indicator Calibration
Watch this video to calibrate your indicator.
- Press and hold the "Hold/Menu" button for three beeps then release.
- Enter "640". Use "RM" to increase the displayed value and "M+" to decrease it. Press the "Hold/Menu" button to move one digit to the left.
- Press "Print/Select" to accept and "640" will be shown again.
- Press "Print/Select" and "CONFIG" will be displayed.
- Press "Print/Select" once more and the config number will be displayed.
- Enter a new config number using "RM" to increase each digit and "HOLD/MENU" to move one digit to the right. 98300 is a custom config number that should work for most applications.
- Press "PRINT/SELECT" to enter the number and return to "CONFIG".
- Press "HOLD/MENU" and "CUSTOM" will be displayed.
- Enter a new CUSTOM number using "RM" to increase each digit and "HOLD/MENU" to move one digit to the right. This number is equivalent to a digistar calibration number and is unique to the specific application.
- Press "PRINT/SELECT" to enter the number and return to "CUSTOM".
- Press "NET/GROSS" repeatedly to return to the gross weight screen.
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