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I need to control a Sartorius laboratory balance (Model B-120 S).  However, I don't have the user's manual. Anyone have   information on how the protocal was set, please help!!!

The question was in the Hardware/Modems area, But I can award you the points here or in any area you choose.
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You'll need Adobe's "Acrobat Reader" to access the documents at:

http://www.sartorius.com/SartE/BalanceE/BTFrame1/opsinfE.htm
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