Using the Dymo S50 USB Scale Driver
  • 14 Mar 2023
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Using the Dymo S50 USB Scale Driver

Article Summary

A guide to the Dymo S50 Scale driver and Tulip.

This article describes the capabilities and configuration associated with the Dymo S50 Scale driver in Tulip.

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This driver is meant to receive data from Dymo USB scales (M10 and S50) through an Edge Device or a Windows Tulip Player, in the format:

unitOfMeasure: 'string',
measurement: 'float',
stable: 'boolean',
overloaded: 'boolean',

Driver Location: Edge Devices, Windows Tulip Player

Supported Devices

  • Dymo M10 VID: 2338, PID: 32771
  • Dymo S50 VID: 2338, PID: 32777

Driver Configuration

To configure the driver for the Dymo S50 Scale, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the Edge Devices configuration page (located in the Shop Floor tab) or via the urls: http://[edgeDevicesIP]/driverConfig or http://[]/driverConfig

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  1. Assign the Edge Device to a Station, and enable the "DYMO-USB-SCALE" driver in the station configuration by selecting Configure Drivers.

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  1. In the Windows Tulip Player, go to the Station and select the station that the driver is connected to. Select Display Device, then Configure Devices.
  2. Enable the “DYMO-USB-SCALE” driver.

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Scale Output

  • Unit of measure - g/oz/kg/lb - based on what the scale is set.
  • Measurement - the raw measurement that the scale outputs
  • Stable - yes/no - after 4 exact measurements the scale is deemed stable
  • Overloaded - yes/ no - If there is more weight on the scale than the upper limit, the scale reports that it is overloaded

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Scale Error

The scale outputs an error when it is overloaded.

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The scale also outputs an error when the driver loses connection to the device or if connectivity issues occur between the driver and the device.

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App Configuration

To use the driver in an app, route a trigger to match the following logic:

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