First we enter the calibration mode by selecting the “Pages/Turning” key and go into the Factory Settings. Enter the password 4084 to continue to the next screen. From here we select the Calibration option and then select the Bucket and continue. We will allow the auto add feature for this calibration. 

Dynamic Full Lift

Fast Lift with Loaded Bucket

The first screen will begin by asking for a fast lift with weight in the bucket, indicated by the rabbit graphic on screen. At this point you do not need to know what the weight is, only that you have a full bucket. This first step is more of a way to teach the scale what your loader looks like and how the hydraulics behave when lifting a full bucket. Once the bucket is lifted you will notice on the lower left corner the speed is recorded as well as the pressure. Press the enter key to continue.

Slow Lift with Loaded Bucket

Next it will ask you to do a slow lift with eight in the bucket. At this point run the loader near idle when lifting the load. Again the speed and pressure is recorded in the lower left corner of the Weighlog 3030 screen.

Fast Lift with Empty Bucket

At this screen empty the bucket and perform a fast lift.

Slow Lift with Empty Bucket

Same as before only this time lift the bucket at idle.

Dynamic Zero

At this screen perform a normal speed lift with an empty bucket to set the zero.

Dynamic Calibration Load

At this screen you will be asked to enter the known weight of the material you’re using for calibration. With the known weight in the bucket, lift and the scale should accept the calibration as OK.

Lastly, restart the system into normal operate mode. With that same load in the bucket, you should be able to lift the load in the bucket and have it show the known weight. This completes the calibration process for the Weighlog 3030 scale.