DIGI SM-100 Operation Manual

DIGI SM-100 Operation Manual
Operation Manual
Model : SM-100
Edition
Month
Year
1st
December
2004
2nd
December
2005
3rd
February
2006
SHANGHAI TERAOKA ELECTRONIC CO.,LTD
TING LIN INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTAL ZONE
JIN SHAN COUNTRY,SHANGHAI CHINA
TEL:+86-021-57234888
FAX:+86-021-57234090
OPERATIONAL MENU TREE

Registration Mode ( R Mode )
 Report Print Mode ( X Mode )
X1.1 Read Main Group Daily
X2.1 Read PLU Daily
X3.1 Read Department Daily
X4.1 Read Sales Daily
X5.1 Read 24 Hour Daily
X6.1 Read ABC Daily
X7.1 Read Clark Daily
X8.1 Read Pre-pack Department
Daily
Daily
 Programming Mode ( S Mode )
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S22
X3.2
X4.2
X5.2
X8.2
Read Department Monthly
Read Sales Monthly
Read 24 Hour Monthly
Read Pre-pack Main Group
X1.4
X2.4
X3.4
X4.4
X5.4
X6.4
X9.4
X4.3
Read Main Group Term
Read PLU Term
Read Department Term
Read Sales Term
Read 24 Hour Term
Read ABC Term
Read Tax
Read Store Summary
PLU File……
Department File
Main Group File
Key Assignment
Shop Name File
Advertisement Message
Vender File
Date and Time
Special Message
Ingredient File
Text File
Free Format……
Scroll Message
Scroll Sequence
Place File
Machine Setting
Logo File
Tax File
PLU Item……
Memory Status
I/F Test
File Load
 S1 PLU File
S1.0
S1.1
S1.2
S1.3
S1.4
S1.5
S1.6
S1.7
S1.8
S1.9
S1.10
S1.11
S1.12
S1.13
S1.14
S1.15
S1.16
S1.17
S1.18
S1.19
S1.20
S1.21
S1.22
S1.23
S1.24
S1.25
S1.26
S1.27
S1.28
S1.29
S1.30
S1.31
S1.32
S1.33
S1.34
S1.35
S1.36
S1.37
S1.38
S1.39
S1.40
S1.41
S1.42
S1.43
S1.44
S1.45
S1.46
S1.47
S1.48
Enter PLU No.
Unit Price (PR-KG or PR-PCS)
Label Format 1 (Default, T1-T12, S, A-C, F1-F99)
Label Format 2 (No, F1-F99)
Commodity Name and its Font Size
EAN Barcode or ITF Barcode
Barcode Type
Flag Code
Item Code
Item Code (Lower 4 Digits)
Right Side Data of Item Barcode
Selection of EAN Add-on
Main Group Number
Print Sell by Date or Not
Sell by Date [Enabled when S1.13 is set to print]
Print Sell by Time or Not
Present or Key-in [Enabled when S1.15 is set to print]
Sell by Time [Enabled when S1.16 is set to Key-in]
Print Used by Date or Not
Used by Date [Enabled when S1.18 is set to print]
Print Packed Date or Not
Packed Date [Enabled when S1.20 is set to print]
Print Packed Time or Not
Present or Key-in [Enabled when S1.22 is set to print]
Packed Time [Enabled when S1.23 is set to Key-in]
Cost Price
PLU Tare
Unit Symbol
Quantity
Type of Volume Discount
The 1st Target of Volume Discount
The Discount Value for the 1st Target
The 2nd Target of Volume Discount
The Discount Value for the 2nd Target
Print Type of Discount Price (Mark Down)
Schedule of Volume Discount (The Start Date)
Schedule of Volume Discount (The Start Time)
Schedule of Volume Discount (The End Date)
Schedule of Volume Discount (The End Time)
Selection of Discount Day of the Week
Special Message Number
Ingredient Number
Special Message (Program Original Special Message)
Ingredient (Program Original Ingredient)
Place of Production
Coupled PLU Number
Tax Number
Reference PLU Number
Proportional Tare
Note: Details please refer to the tables from Page 47 to Page 50.
 S12 Free Format
S12.5 Free Format Item
S12.0
S12.1
S12.2
S12.3
S12.4
S12.5
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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36.
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40.
41.
Free Format Number
Label Width
Label Height
Label Angle
Label Type (Item Label or Total Label)
Free Format Item……
PLU Number
Price
Unit Price
Weight
Quantity
Packed Date
Packed Time
Commodity
Quantity Unit
Sell by Date
Sell by Time
Barcode
Shop Name
Discount
Used by Date
Logo
Main Group Code
Department
Scale Number
Ingredient
Special Message
Frame 1
Frame 2
Tare
Clerk
Text 1
Text 2
Text 3
Text 4
Text 5
Text 6
Text 7
Text 8
Text 9
Text 10
Text 11
Text 12
Text 13
Text 14
Text 15
Text 16
 S19 PLU Item
Label Format 1 [LABFR1]
Label Format 2 [LABFR2]
Barcode Selection [BACODE]
Barcode Flag Data [FLAG]
Barcode Item Code [ITCODE]
Main Group Code [MGCODE]
Sell by Date [SELLDT]
Sell by Time [SELLTM]
Used by Date [USEDDT]
Packed Date [PACKDT]
Packed Time [PACKTM]
Cost [COST]
Tare [TARE]
Quantity [QTY]
Quantity Unit [Q .UNIT]
Discount Status [DISCNT]
Discount Schedule Date [SCH DT]
Discount Schedule Time [SCH TM]
Mark Down Status [MARKDN]
1st Target for Discount 1 [1STLMT]
2nd Target for Discount 2 [2NDLMT]
Special Message Number [SMGNUM]
Ingredient Number [INGNUM]
Commodity Name [COMNAM]
Special Message [SP MG]
Ingredient [INGR]
Place of Production [PLCNUM]
Image [IMAGE]
Bonus [BONUS]
Nutrition [NUTRI]
ITF Selection [ITFSEL]
Reference PLU [REFPLU]
Security PLU [SECPLU]
Coupled PLU [COUPLU]
Discount Day of the Week [DAY WK]
EAN 5 Digit Add-on [ADD-ON]
Tax Number [TAX]
2nd Price [PRICE2]
Proportional Tare [% TARE]
Customer Discount [CUSDIS]
Restaurant Discount [RESDIS]
Staff Discount [STADIS]
Traceability Discount [TRACE]
Storage Temperature [TEMP]
Pack. Indicator [PACK.I]
Multi Barcode 1 [M1BARC]
Multi Barcode 2 [M2BARC]
Total Multi Barcode 1 [TM1BAR]
Total Multi Barcode 2 [TM2BAR]
Unit Price Selection [U.PRIC]
PLU Scroll (U1 only) [PLUSCR]
PLU Linked Text Field [PLUTEX]
 Reset Report Mode ( Z Mode )
Z1.0 Reset Sales Daily
Z2.0 Reset Sales Monthly
Z3.0 Reset Sales Term
Table of Content
1. GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................1
1.1 Overall View ................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Display Panel .................................................................................................................................................. 3
1.3 Key Panel ........................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.4 Features ............................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.5 Specifications ................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.5.1 Display .......................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.5.2 Operating Conditions ....................................................................................................................... 5
1.5.3 Dimensions ............................................................................................................................................... 5
1.6 Key Functions ............................................................................................................................................... 6
1.7 Indicators ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
2. SETUP .............................................................................................................................. 9
2.1 Mode Change ................................................................................................................................................. 9
2.2 Specification Setting ..............................................................................................................................10
2.2.1 Specification Entry(141) ............................................................................................................... 10
2.2.2 Specification List................................................................................................................................. 11
2.3 Password Setting .......................................................................................................................................36
2.3.1 Procedures of Password Setting ............................................................................................. 36
2.3.2 Password Using .................................................................................................................................... 37
2.4 Clear Files ........................................................................................................................................................38
3. PROGRAM MODE .............................................................................................. 39
3.1 Programmable Files ...............................................................................................................................39
3.2 General Explanation .............................................................................................................................40
3.3 Department Files ......................................................................................................................................41
3.3.1 Program Department File ........................................................................................................... 41
3.3.2 Delete Department File ................................................................................................................. 42
3.4 Main Group Files .....................................................................................................................................43
3.4.1 Program Main Group File ........................................................................................................... 43
3.4.2 Delete Main Group File ................................................................................................................ 44
3.5 Program / Skip Item Data ...............................................................................................................45
3.6 PLU Programming..................................................................................................................................47
3.6.1 Program PLU File(weighing item) ........................................................................................ 51
3.6.2 Program PLU File(non-weighing item) ............................................................................. 54
3.6.3 PLU [COPY] Function .................................................................................................................. 58
3.6.4 Delete PLU File ................................................................................................................................... 59
3.6.5 Volume Discount & Mark Down print function ....................................................... 60
3.7 Memory Status ............................................................................................................................................62
3.8 Key Assignment ........................................................................................................................................63
3.8.1 PLU Assignment ................................................................................................................................. 63
3.8.2 Function Key Assignment ........................................................................................................... 63
3.8.3 Delete Preset Key Assignment ................................................................................................ 64
3.9 Shop Name File .........................................................................................................................................65
3.9.1 Program Shop Name File............................................................................................................. 65
3.9.2 Delete Shop Name File ................................................................................................................. 66
3.10 Advertisement File ...............................................................................................................................67
3.10.1 Program Advertisement File................................................................................................... 67
3.10.2 Delete Advertisement File ........................................................................................................ 68
3.11 Vender File..................................................................................................................................................69
3.11.1 Program Vender File ..................................................................................................................... 69
3.12 Program Date And Time ...............................................................................................................70
3.13 Special Message File ...........................................................................................................................71
3.13.1 Program Special Message File ............................................................................................... 71
3.13.2 Delete Special Message File..................................................................................................... 72
3.14 Ingredient File ..........................................................................................................................................73
3.14.1 Program Ingredient File ............................................................................................................. 73
3.14.2 Delete Ingredient File .................................................................................................................. 74
3.15 Text File .........................................................................................................................................................75
3.15.1 Program Text File ........................................................................................................................... 75
3.15.2 Delete Text File................................................................................................................................. 76
3.16 Free Format File ....................................................................................................................................77
3.16.1 General Information ..................................................................................................................... 77
3.16.2 Print Area, Print Position and Print Angles ................................................................ 78
3.16.3 Programming Parameter Of Print Items ...................................................................... 80
3.16.4 Free Format Entry.......................................................................................................................... 82
3.16.5 Free Format Copy Function ................................................................................................... 87
3.16.6 Free Format Delete Function ................................................................................................ 87
3.16.7 Sample of program a format by modifying the existing format ................. 88
3.17 Place File .......................................................................................................................................................91
3.17.1 Program Place File ......................................................................................................................... 91
3.17.2 Delete Place File ............................................................................................................................... 91
3.18 Machine Setting ......................................................................................................................................92
3.19 Logo File .......................................................................................................................................................93
3.19.1 Pre-programming Logo Data ................................................................................................ 93
3.19.2 Program Display & Keys Function ................................................................................... 94
3.19.3 Programming Order...................................................................................................................... 95
3.19.4 Program Logo File ......................................................................................................................... 95
3.19.5 Delete Logo File............................................................................................................................... 96
3.20 Tax File ...........................................................................................................................................................97
3.20.1 Program Tax File ............................................................................................................................. 97
3.20.2 Delete Tax File .................................................................................................................................. 98
3.21 Scroll Message File ...............................................................................................................................99
3.21.1 Program Scroll Message File .................................................................................................. 99
3.21.2 Delete Scroll Message File ........................................................................................................ 99
3.22 Scroll Sequence File ..........................................................................................................................100
3.22.1 Program Scroll Sequence File ..............................................................................................100
3.22.2 Enable or Disable Scroll Sequence File........................................................................101
3.22.3 Delete Scroll Sequence Number ........................................................................................102
3.23 ASCII Character Input Method ............................................................................................103
3.24 ASCII Code Input Method ........................................................................................................104
4. REGISTRATION MODE ............................................................................. 105
4.1 ON/OFF.......................................................................................................................................................105
4.2 Reset and Weighing Check ............................................................................................................105
4.3 Tare Subtraction ......................................................................................................................................106
4.3.1 One touch Tare Subtraction.....................................................................................................106
4.3.2 Digital tare Subtraction ................................................................................................................106
4.4 PLU Call Up ...............................................................................................................................................107
4.4.1 Manual PLU Call Up .....................................................................................................................107
4.4.2 PLU Call Up by Preset Key ......................................................................................................107
4.4.3 PLU Call by Numeric Key (Auto PLU Call) ...............................................................107
4.5 Fix Operation ............................................................................................................................................108
4.5.1 Fix Tare by FIX Key ......................................................................................................................108
4.5.2 Fix PLU by FIX Key .....................................................................................................................108
4.5.3 Fix Unit Price by FIX Key ........................................................................................................108
4.6 Operation Mode Change.................................................................................................................109
4.7 Item Label Printing in Manual Mode ..................................................................................110
4.7.1 Label Printing for PLU Item ...................................................................................................110
4.7.2 Label Printing for NON-PLU Item...................................................................................111
4.8 Total Label Printing in Manual Mode .................................................................................112
4.8.1 Sales Transaction...............................................................................................................................112
4.8.2 [PRICE DISCOUNT] Function Key in Add Mode .............................................113
4.8.3 [PRICE % DISCOUNT] Function Key in Add Mode ......................................113
4.9 Data Correction .......................................................................................................................................114
4.9.1 On The Spot Correction ............................................................................................................114
4.9.2 Void by Item Correction.............................................................................................................115
4.10 Item Label Printing in Pre-pack Mode............................................................................116
4.10.1 Item Label Issue for PLU Item ..........................................................................................116
4.10.2 Item Label Issue for NON-PLU Item ..........................................................................117
5. READ REPORT MODE ................................................................................ 118
5.1 Report Factor Select ............................................................................................................................118
5.2 Report Type Selection .......................................................................................................................118
5.2.1 Main Group Report ........................................................................................................................120
5.2.2 PLU Report...........................................................................................................................................120
5.2.3 Department Report ........................................................................................................................121
5.2.4 Sales Report.........................................................................................................................................122
5.2.5 24Hour Report ...................................................................................................................................122
5.2.6 ABC Report ..........................................................................................................................................122
5.2.7 Clerk Report .........................................................................................................................................123
5.2.8 Pre-pack Report.................................................................................................................................124
5.2.9 Tax Report .............................................................................................................................................125
5.2.10 Store Summarized Report.......................................................................................................125
6. RESET REPORT MODE ............................................................................. 126
6.1. Reset Report ..............................................................................................................................................126
6.1.1 Sales Daily / Monthly/Term Reset Report ..................................................................126
SM – 100 Operation Manual
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 Overall View

Bench Type

Pole Type
1
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Elevated Type
2
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1.2 Display Panel
1.3 Key Panel

Bench / Pole Type

Elevated Type
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1.4 Features

Digital printing scale consists of electronic cash registers function and label printing function.

High-speed, high reliability thermal head printer.

Easy paper handing achieved special designed mechanism.

Built-in clock automatically updates date and time.

Quick response to weight changes.

Capacity

Resolution
: 3kg, 6kg, 12kg, 15kg, 30kg, 6lb, 12lb, 15lb and 30lb.
: Display Resolution 1/3,000.
: Internal Resolution 1/90,000.

Calibrating by software.

Customer and operator displays (optional customer pole display).

25 digits x 19 segments TN type LCD with red back-light for numeric digit and character display.

67 (bench and pole) / 101 membrane keys
a. ON/OFF key.
b. 10 Numeric keys, to key in numeric data.
c. 40 / 74 Preset keys, to preset PLU or function into the key.
d. 16 Operational keys, to perform various functional operations.

18 data files for Department, Main Group, PLU, etc.

Various reports.

Ethernet function.

Optional wireless Ethernet card.

RS232C interface for data communication and barcode scanner connection.

Optional cash drawer.

Compact housing.
1.5 Specifications
1.5.1 Display
25 digits x 19 segments TN type LCD with red back-light for numeric digit and character display.
 Tare Weight display
: 4 digits.
 Weight display
: 5 digits.
 Unit Price display
: 6 digits.
 Total Price display
: 7 digits.
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1.5.2 Operating Conditions
 Power Source
: AC 176V ~ 264V, 47~63Hz.
 Operating Temperature
: -10 C ~ +40 C.
 Operating Humidity
: 15% ~ 85% RH.
 Power Consumption
: 0.15A.
1.5.3 Dimensions

Platter size

Overall size
a)
Bench
: 386(W) x 270(D) mm.
386(W) x 415(D) x 127(H) mm.
b) Pole
386(W) x 478(D) x 480(H) mm.
c)
386(W) x 416(D) x 550(H)mm.
Elevated
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1.6 Key Functions
ON/OFF KEY
 Turn display "ON" or "OFF".
PRESET KEY
P1 ~ P74
 Set up or call either unit price and tare value.
NUMERIC KEYS
0~9
 Enter numeric data.
TARE KEY
 Set or Clear Tare value.
 Select "NO" in S and Z Mode.
 Item test print in S Mode.
CLEAR KEY
C
 For Back space or Clear numeric value.
 Select "YES" in S and Z Mode.
RE-ZERO KEY
 Reset weight to ZERO.
PREPACK KEY
AUTO
 Switch Manual mode and Pre-pack mode alternatively.
(The mode status will be indicated in the P and M indicator.)
▪P - PRE-PACK MODE
▪ M - MANUAL MODE
CHANGE KEY
 Calculate the Changed Amount.
 Escape the Programming screen without saving data in S Mode.
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MULTIPLLE KEY
X
 Register the number of Non-Weight products.
 Select programming item such as PLU data, Shop Name in S Mode.
 Select Report Type in X Mode.
 Select Data Transaction Type in Z Mode.
CLERK KEY
V1~V4
 Accumulate the Total Price.
VOID KEY

 Correct the sales data.
PLU KEY
PLU
 Call up PLU data in R Mode.
 Store the programmed data in S Mode.
FEED KEY
 Feed Label or Receipt paper
PRINT KEY
 Print out Label or Receipt.
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MODE SELECT KEY
 Five Modes can be selected using this key.

Indicator R - REGISTRATION MODE (All the sales
transactions are performed.)

Indicator X - CHECK MODE (Printing out and sales report.)

Indicator S - PROGRAM MODE (Programming preset data, such
as products, data, shop name, etc.)

Indicator Z - TOTAL MODE (Clear sales data stored.)

Indicator X (Blink) - Password Setting Mode (Set PASS WORD
for X, S, Z mode, set PASSWORD for PASSWORD MODE when
all indicators(R, X, S, Z) blink)
Decrease/Increase Specification Count key
︽,︾
 Decrease/Increase Only used when Setting SPEC 141 & 142
<<,>>
 Select parameter data such as SPEC data. Move cursor left or right.
1.7 Indicators

ZERO : On when zero point is adjusted and weight is stable.

NET

FIX T : On when tare weight is fixed.

FIX P : On when PLU or unit price is fixed.

P
: On when pre-pack mode is chosen; indicate capital letter is use in PLU programming.

M
: On when manual mode is chosen.

V1 ~ V4: On when vendor transaction entries (department entry or PLU entry) are performed.

LABEL: On when label printing mode is chosen.

R
: On when in R (normal operation) mode.

X
: On when in X (read report) mode.

S
: On when in S (programmable item setting) mode.

Z
: On when in Z (reset report and system maintenance) mode.
: On when tare subtraction is performed.
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2. SETUP
2.1 Mode Change
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
[MODE],[MODE]
XMODE
(within 3 seconds)
REMARK
Weight mode.Lamp R turns on.
Enter X mode.Lamp X turns on.
[MODE]
S1
→
PLU
FILE
Enter S mode.Lamp S turns on.
[MODE]
Z1.0
RESET
SALES
DAILY
Enter Z mode.Lamp Z turns on.
PWD X
0
SET
Enter Password Set mode.Lamp X flicker
0.000
0.00
0.00
Back to Weight mode.Lamp R turns on.
[MODE]
[MODE]
0.000
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2.2 Specification Setting
2.2.1 Specification Entry(141)
Before setting 141, please enter Z mode.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Z1.0
RESET
SALES
DAILY
XXX
XXX
(setting)
(former)
[Rezero]+[1][4][1]
SPEC 000
[︾]
SPEC 001
XXX
XXX
[︽]
SPEC 000
XXX
XXX
[1][7]
SPEC 000
017
XXX
[X]
SPEC 017
XXX
XXX
[>>]
SPEC 017
XXX
XXX
[<<]
SPEC 017
XXX
XXX
[1]
SPEC 017
001
XXX
[*]
SPEC 018
XXX
XXX
[C]
SPEC 018
000
XXX
RESET
SALES
DAILY
[PLU]
* Note 1
Z1.0
10
REMARK
Z mode.
Lamp Z turns on.
Enter [1][4][1] while
depressing
[Rezero].
XXX:SPEC data
[ ︾ ]key only increase specification
count, it does not update SPEC data.
[ ︽ ]key only decrease specification
count, it does not update SPEC data.
It goes to a designed specification
count.
(000~441 is enabled)
[>>] key select SPEC data.
Move cursor right.
[<<] key select SPEC data.
Move cursor left.
Clear the enter data.
Store the updated specification and
escape to Z mode.
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2.2.2 Specification List
Customer SPEC Setting-(141)
SPEC
NO.
00
01
02
SPECIFICATION DESCRIPTION
Item Barcode
0
F1F2 CCCCC XCD XXXX CD
1
F2 CCCCCC XCD XXXX CD
2
F1F2 CCCCC 0 XXXX CD
3
F1F2 CCCCCC XXXX CD
4
F1F2 CCCCC XXXXX CD
5
F2 CCCCCC XXXXX CD
6
F2 CCCCC XXXXXX CD
7
F1F2 CCCCCCCCCC CD #1
8
F1F2 CCCC XXXXXX CD
9
F1F2 CCCCC CD #2
10 F2 CC XXXX CD #3
11 No Barcode
12 F1X2 CCCCC XCD XXXX CD
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
F1X2 CCCCCC XXXX CD
F1F2 CCCC XCD XXXXX CD
F2 CCCCC XCD XXXXX CD
F1F2 CCC XXXXXXX CD
F1F2 CC XXXXXXXX CD
CCC WWWW PPPPP CD
No Barcode
F1F2 CCCCC PCD XXXX CD
Right Side Data of Item Barcode
0
Quantity
1
Price
2
Weight
3
User Programmable #
4
5
6
7
Original Price
Weight / Quantity
Unit Price
Unit Price after discount
Right Side Price Data of Item Barcode
0
Price before Tax
1
Price after Tax
SM-100

All are 13 digits
non-PLU
barcode unless
otherwise stated.
#1 13 digits
PLU barcode
#2 8 digits PLU
barcode
#3 8 digits nonPLU barcode

# Related to
SPEC153.

Effective when
SPEC1 = 1
03
Flag Data F1 and F2 for 13 Digits Non-PLU Barcode
Enter value from range 0 to 99

04
Flag Data F1 and F2 for 13 Digits PLU Barcode
Enter value from range 0 to 99

05
Flag Data F2 for 8 Digit Non-PLU Barcode
Enter value from range 0 to 9

06
Flag Data F1 and F2 for 8 Digit PLU Barcode
Enter value from range 0 to 99

07
Total Barcode
0
F1F2 CCCCC XCD XXXX CD
1
F2 CCCCCC XCD XXXX CD
2
F1F2 CCCCC 0 XXXX CD
3
F1F2 CCCCCC XXXX CD
4
F1F2 CCCCC XXXXX CD
5
F2 CCCCCC XXXXX CD
6
F2 CCCCC XXXXXX CD
7
F1F2 CCCCCCCCCC CD #1
8
F1F2 CCCC XXXXXX CD
9
F1F2 CCCC CD #2
11 No Barcode
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
11
F1X2 CCCCC XCD XXXX CD
F1X2 CCCCCC XXXX CD
F1F2 CCCC XCD XXXXX CD
F2 CCCCC XCD XXXXX CD
F1F2 CCC XXXXXXX CD
F1F2 CC XXXXXXXX CD
CCC WWWW PPPPP CD
No Barcode
F1F2 CCCC PCD XXXX CD

All are 13 digits
non-PLU
barcode unless
otherwise stated.
#1 13 digits
PLU barcode
#2 8 digits PLU
barcode
#3 8 digits nonPLU barcode
SM – 100 Operation Manual
08
Left Side Data of Total Label
0
Scale No.
1
Last Accumulated Item Code
2
Receipt No.

3
4
Clerk No.
Fixed No.
09
Fixed Data for Left Side Data of Total Barcode
Enter value from range 0 to 9 999 999 999

10
Flag Data F0, F1 and F2 for Total Barcode
Enter value from range 0 to 999

11
Right Side Data of Total Barcode
0
Quantity
1
Price
2
Weight
Total Barcode Print on Receipt
0
No
1
Yes
12


13
Print Readable Character of F1 for Item and Total Barcode (for EAN only)
0
No Print
1
Print
14
Printing Position for Advertisement Message
0
First Line
2
1
Below
3
Above
Not Used
Turnover Printing for Advertisement Message
0
No
1
Yes
15

16
Exit from “Change” Mode within Specified Interval
0
No
3
10 sec
1
3 sec
4
15 sec
2
6 sec

17
Order of the Month, Day and Year for Print
0
MM/DD/YY
2
1
DD/MM/YY
3

18
19
20
21
22
YY/MM/DD
Not Used

1 or 2 Line(s) Commodity Name on Receipt
0
2 Lines
2
1
1 Line
No Print
Label Printing by Clerk Key
0
No Print
1
Print with Accumulation
2
Print without Accumulated
1
Print
Total Label Printing
0
No Print


Printing Operator Name on Receipt and Label
0
Code
1
Receipt Paper Width
0
60 mm
1
40 mm

Name

2
50 mm
12
SM – 100 Operation Manual
23
Manual Price Entry for Printing or Accumulating
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

24
Default Label Format for Item Printing
0
T1 (A)
1
T2 (B)
2
T3 (C)
3
T4 (U2)
4
T5 (U3)
5
T6 (U4)
6
T7 (U5)
7
T8 (U6)
8
T9 (U7)
9
T1 (U8)
0
10 T1 (T5)
1
11 T1 (T6)
2

Formats in ( ) are
for U1 and CA only.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Default Label Format for Total Printing
0
T1 (A)
1
T2 (B)
2
T3 (C)
3
T4 (U2)
4
T5 (U3)
5
T6 (U4)
6
T7 (U5)
7
T8 (U6)
8
T9 (U7)
9
T1 (U8)
0
10 T1 (T5)
1
11 T1 (T6)
2
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
S
A
B
C
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
(T7)
(T8)
(T9)
(T10)
(F1)
(F2)
(F3)
(F4)
(F5)
(F6)
22
F7
(F7)
23
F8
(F8)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
S
A
B
C
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
(T7)
(T8)
(T9)
(T10)
(F1)
(F2)
(F3)
(F4)
(F5)
(F6)
22
F7
(F7)
23
F8
(F8)
Shop Name Printing on Label
0
No Print
1
Print
Forced Tare Function
0
Disable
1
Enable
Peel Sensor Function in Prepack Mode
0
Disable
1
Enable
F1 to F8 are Free
Format.

Formats in ( ) are
for U1 and CA only.
F1 to F8 are Free
Format.




Continuous Print for Label in Prepack Mode
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Selection of CDV
0
Inhibit
1
Allow

For SF only.
CDV Type
0
CDV
1
Tear-off

For SF only.
13
SM – 100 Operation Manual
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
CDV Modulus
0
Modulus 10
1
Modulus 11
On Spot Correction
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Search Correction
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Move Back Correction
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Past Sales Data Correction
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Label Print Density
0
Low
1
Mid
2
3
High-mid
High
Receipt Print Density
0
Low
1
Mid
2
3
High-mid
High
2
Time-out
Calling of PLU
0
Manual
1
Auto





40
PLU Digits for Auto PLU Calling/Time-out Calling
0
3 Digits / 0.5 sec
2
5 Digits / 1.5 sec
1
4 Digits / 1.0 sec
3
6 Digits / 2.0 sec
41
Unit Price of Weigh PLU Can Use for Price of Non-weigh PLU and Vice Versa
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
42
Unit Price Override
0
Allow

For SF only.
Effective when
SPEC30 and 31 = 1.

Related to SPEC40.

Effective when
SPEC39 = 1.
Effective when
SPEC643 = 0.

1
Inhibit
43
Main Usage for Commodity Name, Shop Name and Special Message
0
Receipt
1
Label

Always set to 0 for
SM-200.
44
Tare Override
0
Allow

1
Inhibit
Item Printing
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
45

46
Default Data of Printing Shop Name Number for Label
Enter value from range 0 to 32

47
Default Data of Printing Shop Name Number for Receipt
Enter value from range 0 to 32

14
SM – 100 Operation Manual

48
Setting of Scale Number
Enter value from range 0 to 999 999
49
Type of Client / Server Interface
0
No Interface
1
Ethernet (Coaxial Cable)
2
Ethernet (Twisted Pairs)
3
4
Not Used
4-Lines (RS-485)
Setting of Client / Server
0
Client
1
Server / Workstation
2
Backup Server
Baud Rate of SIO (RS-232C Port)
0
1 200 bps
1
2 400 bps
2
4 800 bps
3
9 600 bps
4
5
6
19 200 bps
38 400 bps
76 800 bps
1
8 Bits
2
Even
1
2 Bits
50
51
52
53
54
Data Length of SIO (RS-232C Port)
0
7 Bits
Parity Bit of SIO (RS-232C Port)
0
None
1
Odd
Stop Bit of SIO (RS-232C Port)
0
1 Bit

Related SPECs for Ethernet
I/F are SPEC50, 135, 214.

Related SPECs for S/C
setting are SPEC61, 150, 163,
165, 187, 194, 208, 229, 252,
253, 254, 255, 265, 276.

Apply to both RS-232C and
RS-485 ports setting for SM300.
Related SPECs are SPEC48,
52, 53, 54, 60, 134.

Apply to both RS-232C and
RS-485 ports setting for SM300.

Apply to both RS-232C and
RS-485 ports setting for SM300.

Apply to both RS-232C and
RS-485 ports setting for SM300.
55
Baud Rate of Multi-drop SIO (RS-485 / 4-Lines Port)
0
1 200 bos
3
9 600 bps
1
2 400 bps
4
19 200 bps
2
4 800 bps
5
38 400 bps

Related SPECS are SPEC48,
56, 57, 58, 59, 134.
56
Data Length of Multi-drop SIO (RS-485 / 4-Lines Port)
0
7 Bits
1
8 Bits

57
Parity Bit of Multi-drop SIO (RS-485 / 4-Lines Port)
0
None
2
Even
1
Odd

58
Stop Bit of Multi-drop SIO (RS-485 / 4-Lines Port)
0
1 Bit
1
2 Bits

59
Multi-drop SIO (RS-485 / 4-Lines Port) Select Job
0
No Operation
2
Pick ‘N’ Pay #2
1
FIS 3000 #1

#1 Either SPEC59 or 60 can
be selected at any one time.
#2 For SF only.
15
SM – 100 Operation Manual
60
61
62
63
64
SIO (RS-232C Port) Select Job
0
No Operation
1
FIS 30000 #1
2
FL-1
3
4
5
Point ‘N’ Shop
Barcode Scanning
Video Control #2
Floating Clerk
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Receipt Free Format
0
Disable
1
Enable
SM-90 and DI-10 RS-232C Communication
0
No
1
Enable Password Mode
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

Exclude AA.

Yes

2
Allow Multi Password
65
Report Printing in Daily and Term Transaction Clear
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
66
Pack Quantity Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Advertisement Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
67

Apply for both RS232C and RS-485 ports
setting for SM-300.
#1 Refer to SPEC59’s
comments #1.
#2 For SM-300 only


68
Fixed Total Price Discount Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

69
Total Price Percentage Discount Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

70
Fixed Unit Price Function Key Enable
0
Allow

1
Inhibit
71
Fixed Unit Price Percentage Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
72
Pack Date Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Minus Pack Date Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Sell by Date Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Unit Symbol Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
73
74
75
16

SM – 100 Operation Manual
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
Quantity Set Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Price Change Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Refund Item Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Shop Name Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Logo Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Print Select Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Print of Place of Production on Label
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Selection of Markdown
0
No Markdown
1
Unit Price Markdown
2
3
Total Price Markdown
Unit and Total Price Markdown
Sub-total Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Grand Total Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
86
Label Sensor Gap Value
Enter value range from 0 to 255
87
Label Type
0
Gap
88
89
90
91





1
No Gap
Sell by Date Title Print out
0
Inhibit
1
Allow

For AA only.
ASCII Code Entry in S Mode
0
Inhibit
1
Allow

For AA only.
Sub-total Markdown
0
No Markdown
1
Markdown
2
High
Printer Speed for Receipt
0
Slow
1
Normal

17
SM – 100 Operation Manual
92
93
94
95
96
97
Printer Speed for Label
0
Slow
1
Normal
Printer Strode
0
Single
1
Double

2
High
2
Not Used
3
4
3 sec Delay
User Select
Position of Currency Symbol (on Label)
0
Before Price
1
After Price
Receipt Printing with Dual Copy
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Advertisement Message on All Label
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Print Second Receipt
0
No Print
1
Continuous Print
2
1 sec Delay





Manual Print in Prepack Mode for Weigh Item
0
Inhibit
1

Allow
98
Quantity and Unit Price Print Out for Non-weigh Item in Manual Mode
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

99
Unit Print Out for Non-weigh Item in Manual Mode
0
Inhibit
1
Allow

100
Discount in PLU Programming
0
Allow

1
Inhibit
Zero Suppress for Date and Time
0
Disable
1
Enable
1
Original Unit Price and Price
101
102
103
104
Discount Presentation in Receipt
0
Discounted Unit Price and
Original Price


Unit Price Assignment Function Key for PLU
0
Enable
1
Discount Price Rounding Method
0
Rounding
1
Cut Down
Disable

2
Cut Up
105
Fixed Total Price Markdown Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
106
Total Price Percentage Markdown Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
107
Fixed Unit Price Markdown Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
18
SM – 100 Operation Manual
108
Fixed Unit Price Percentage Markdown Function Key Enable
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
109
Source of Sell by Date
0
Real Time Clock
1
Packed Date
Year Type
0
Standard
1
Japanese / Taiwan

For AA and TW only.
2
Yen

For AA only.
110
111
Price Symbol on Receipt
0
No Print
1
Kanji Yen

112
Default Data of Printing Special Message Number for Receipt
Enter value range from 0 to 16

113
Label Logo Printing Status
0
No Print
1
Logo 1
2
Logo 2

3
4
Logo 3
Logo 4
Receipt Logo Printing Status
0
No Print
1
Logo 1
2
Logo 2
3
Logo 1 and 2
4
5
6
Logo 3
Logo 4
Logo 1, 2, 3 and 4
114
115
Type of Entry for Used by Date and Sell by Date
0
By Day
1
By Hour

For NICHII only.
116
Barcode Printing in First Label for Dual Label Printout
0
Print
1
No Print

For NICHII only.
117
Zero Minutes Printing
0
No Print
1
Print

For NICHII only.
Both Price before and after Discount
0
Price before and after Discount
1
Price before Discount only

For NICHII only.
2
No Print

For AA only.
PLU Number Print
0
No Zero Suppress
1
Zero Suppress
Thick Japanese Character Printout
0
Thick Character
1
Thin Character
118
119
120
121
122
123
Unit Symbol Printout in Receipt
0
Depend on PLU Programming
1
Japanese PCS

Prepare Mode after Power On
0
Manual Mode
1
Prepack Mode
Printing Thank You Message on Receipt
0
Enable
1
Disable

For AA only.

Always set to 0 for
SM-200.

19
SM – 100 Operation Manual
124
125
126
127
PLU Unit Price after Discount
0
Unit Price after Discount
1
Unit Price Discount Amount
Position of Special Message on Receipt
0
Bottom
1
Top
2
Partial Protection
1
Enable
Function Keys Protection for Self-service
0
No Protection
1
Full Protection
Printing of Checksum for Item Barcode
0
Disable


128
Setting of Host Number (For SM-15 Multi-drop)
Enter value between 0 to 99
129
Type of Host to be Communicated
0
Standalone
1
TMR ECR
130
131
132
2
Selection of Print Item on Prepack Total Label
0
Based on Status on Item Label
1

For IR only.
POS ECR
Based on Status on Manual
Total Label

Print PLU Setting Quantity in Manual Mode
0
No
1
Yes
Receipt Total Report
0
No
Yes
1

For IR only.
Use with SPEC128.

For DM only.
133
Change All PLU Default Format when Default SPEC Change
0
Yes
1
No

134
Host Communication
0
No Operation
Host Communication
0
RS-232C

1
Enable
1
RS-485
135
Port Number
Enter value from range 1 to 254
136
One or Two Touch for Self-service Operation
0
One Touch
1
Two Touches
Centering of Ingredient Data
0
Yes
No
137

1

138
Permanent Price or Discount Price Change via Function Key
0
No Update to PLU
1
Update to PLU
139
Number of Digits for Teraoka Code
0
2 Digits
1
3 Digits
AA Message Size
0
24 x 24
1
16 x 16
140

20

For AA only.
SM – 100 Operation Manual
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
Year Format
0
YY

1
YYYY
1
Enable
1
Low
Display Prepack Quantity Balance
0
Enable
1
Disable
Print Select Function Across the Board
0
Disable
1
Enable
Label Format 1, 2 Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Exclude AA.
Prepack Non-add Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Exclude AA.
FIS3000 Code
0
SM-80/90 FIS3D
1
SM-25 FIS3D
Main Group Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Preset Key Assignment for Client
0
Local Assign
1
Central Assign
Selection of Day Display for Sell by Date
0
Disable
Peel Sensor Trigger Voltage
0
High



Exclude AA.
151
Change Sell by Date or Used by Date when Packed Date Changed
0
No
1
Yes
152
Sell by Date or Sell by Time for Individual PLU
0
Disable
1
Enable
153
User Programmable Right Side Data for Item Barcode
0
With Identification Digit
1
Without Identification Digit
154
Keysheet Letter Size
0
Small Letter
1
Capital Letter

For FL & AS only.
Test Print on Receipt
0
No Print
1
Print

For SD only.
Image Copy from Free Format
0
Disable
1
Enable
Training Mode
0
Disable
1
Enable

Exclude DEC.

For U1 only.
155
156
157
158
159
FSD Price and Image
0
Disable
1
Enable
½ and ¼ Key Function
0
Disable
1
Enable

21
SM – 100 Operation Manual
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
Twisted Pair Cable for Ethernet
0
Shield
Discount Label Format
0
Enable
Item Code Function Key Enable
0
Enable
Transaction Data Store in Client Memory
0
Disable
Maximum Label Length
0
120 mm
1
Unshielded

Not in used.
1
Disable

For SD only.
1
Disable
1
Enable

1
240 mm
Update Report for Client / Server System
0
Yes
1
No
Average Price and Weight Label Function
0
Disable
1
Enable
Label Date Title Print
0
No Print
1
Print

Exclude AA.
GB Code
0
GB Code
1
Shift GB Code
For CN and MS only.
Print PLU Setting Unit in Manual Mode
0
No
1
Yes
170
User Specification (REZERO + 141) Accessible from Z Mode Only
0
No
1
Yes

171
Euro Mode
0
Disable

1
Enable
Dual Declarations
0
No
1
Yes
172
173
Mask 7-segment Display in X, S and Z Mode
0
No
1
Yes

For U1 only.

For double display
types only.
174
Fixed Clerk Assign to Preset Key 8, 16, 24 and 32
0
Clerk Keys
1
Function Keys

For bench type only.
175
30 lb to 15 kg Conversion
0
Disable
1
Enable

For UK only.
Discount Time on Daily Basis
0
No
1
Yes
176
177
Weight Check Function
0
No


1
Yes
22
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178
179
180
181
182
183
184

Unit Price Override per PLU
0
No
1
Yes
Black Bar Sensing Label
0
Normal
1
Black Bar Sensing
Scroll Message Group
0
Disable
1
Enable
Continuos Label
0
Disable
1
Enable
Character Size for Barcode Data
0
Large
1
Small
PLU Clear after 3 Minutes Time-out
0
No
1
Yes
Duplicate Unit and Total Price on Label
0
No Print
1
Print


185
Weigh PLU Can Use for Non-weigh PLU and Vice Versa Function Key Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
186
Print $ and Weight Unit on Label
0
No Print
1
Print
Clear Total Data by Server
0
Both Server and Client
1
Server
187

188
Tare Decimal Point Left Shift for SM-25 FIS3D
0
No
1
Yes
189
PLU Auto Delete
0
No Delete
1
15 Days
190
191
192
Swap Weight and Unit Price on Receipt
0
No

Effective when
SPEC158 = 1.
2
3

30 Days
90 Days

1
Yes
Default Item Code Equals to PLU Number
0
No
1
Yes
Nutrition Template
0
Standard
1
Simplified
2
Simplified Condensed
Standard Condensed
Tabulated
Tabulated Extra Condensed
3
4
5


For U1 and CA only.
193
Nutrition Adjustment Feed
Enter value from range 0 to 255

For U1 and CA only.
194
Server IP Address
Enter a value between 1 to 254

For Client scale only.
23
SM – 100 Operation Manual
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
Weight Print for Non-weigh Item
0
No
1
Yes
Scale File
0
Disable
1
Enable
2
3 Alphabetic
1
Cent Off
2
32 sec
PLU Call Up Range
0
Disable
1
Enable
Sell by Date for Manual Mode
0
Programmed Sell by Date
1
Zero Sell by Date
Print Format of Month
0
Number
1
2 Alphabetic
FSD Saving Calculation
0
Net Value
FIS3000 Time Out
0
2 sec
1
8 sec


For U1 only.

202
Printing of Item Label when Barcode Data Overflow
0
Print
1
No Print

203
Preset Keys Pages
0
1 Page
1
3 Pages by Toggle

204
205
206
2
3 Pages by Shift Key
Reference PLU Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Print Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow

Print Barcode when Right Side Data Overflow
0
No print
1
Print Barcode Digits
207
Weight Decimal Point Position for Barcode and Label Printing
0
Same as SPEC607
1
0.000
208
Network Time Out
0
3 sec
1
x2
2
3
x4
x10
FSD Calculation
0
Unit Price
1
Price Percentage Off
PLU Repeat Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Pick ‘N’ Pay Protocol
0
Old
1
New
209
210
211
24

Effective when
SPEC607 = 2.

For U1 only.

For SF only.
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For SF only.
212
Department Number for Pick ‘N’ Pay
Enter a value between 1 to 99
213
Flag Code Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
DHCP Function
0
Disable
1
Enable
Centering of Special Message
0
Yes
1
No
214
215
216
217
JIS Code Table
0
New
Default Label Format 2 for Item Printing
0
Not Used
1
F1
2
F2
3
F3
4
F4
1
Old
5
6
7
8
F5
F6
F7
F8
218
Zero Unit Price for Unit Price Change Function Key
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
219
Numeric Key Entry Reset
0
3 sec
1
5 sec
2
Disable

For AA only.

For AA only.
220
Item Barcode Right Side Data Dependent on Unit
0
Disable
1
Enable

Effective when
SPEC1 = 0 or 2.
221
Receipt with Tax Information Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow

222
Open Cash Drawer without Sales Function Key Enable
0
Inhibit
1
Allow

223
Negative Unit Price Function
0
Disable
1
Enable
FIS3000 Wire Type
0
4 wires
1
2 wires
Prepack Grand Total for Individual PLU
0
Yes
1
No
Reverse Calculation of ITF Check Digit
0
No
1
Yes
Unit Price Override Password Function
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
224
225
226
227

25
Effective when
SPEC178 = 1.
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229
230
Individual PLU Total Transaction
0
No
1
Yes
Preset Key Group
0
Disable
1
Enable
Auto Print after PLU Call
0
No
1
Yes
Effective when
SPEC150 = 1.

231
Zero Unit Price for PLU and Unit Price Override
0
Inhibit
1
Allow

232
Feed for Continuous Label
0
No

1
Yes
Time Format
0
24 Hours
1
12 Hours (AM/PM)
Sub-total and Grand Total Barcode
0
Based on Item Barcode
1
Based on Total Barcode
233
234

235
Mask Barcode Last Human Readable Check Digit
0
No
1
Yes

236
Character Generator for Korea
0
Old
1
New

For KE only.
Half-key Function
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
2
SM-25 Dots
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
FIS3000 Free Format Unit
0
mm
1
Dots


Cheque and Credit Payment Function Key
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Voucher Payment Function Key
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
PLU Code for IR POS and TMR
0
6 Digits
1
7 Digits
Discount without Limit Function Key
0
Inhibit
1
Allow
Concatenate Commodity Name Display
0
No
1
Yes
Enable PLU Price Change Flag
0
No
1
Yes

Print Sell by Date or Used by Date when Date Equals Packed Date
0
Yes
1
No
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247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
Print First and Check Digits Outside Barcode
0
No
1
Yes
Print Packed date
0
Manual and Prepack Mode
1
Manual
2
3
Prepack Mode
No Print
Print Sell by Date
0
Manual and Prepack Mode
1
Manual Mode
2
3
Prepack Mode
No Print
Print Used by Date
0
Manual and Prepack Mode
1
Manual Mode
2
3
Prepack Mode
No Print
Centering Shop Name on Label
0
No
1
Yes
Shop Name on Receipt
0
Top
1
Bottom
Auto Reconnect when Server Down
0
Disable
1
Every 2 min
2
3
Every 3 min
Every 15 min
3
4
Update All Server PLU
Disable
Auto Update of Client Off-line Report
0
Disable
1
Enable
Retry Ethernet Communication
0
2 times
1
5 times
Client Auto PLU Update
0
Update / Delete Existing PLU
1
Update / Delete All Sever PLU
2
Update Existing PLU


Display Price with Tax after Clerk Key Press
0
Yes
1
No

For AA only.
Change Place Name to PLU via Function Key
0
No
1
Yes
For AA only.
Beef Labeling
0
No
1
Yes
Auto Print Sub-total Label in Prepack
0
No
1
Yes
Beef Labeling : Print Country
0
Code
1
Name
External Rewinder
0
Disable
1
Enable
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263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
Selection of Receipt / Label
0
Label
1
Receipt
FSD Net Value Minimum
0
Off
1
On
Print Ingredient Data on Next Label
0
Disable
1
Enable
Client Using Local Free Format Label
0
No
1
Yes
FSD Weight
0
Back Computed (Single Range)
1
Back Computed (Dual Range)
CPDL Language Selection
0
First Language
2
Exact Weight
1
Second Language
Display Special Scale Message for Discounted Item
0
No
1
Yes
Auto Clerk Accumulation (for scanner)
0
No
1
V1
2
V2
3
V3
4
5
6
7
Individual Report Print and Clear in Z Mode
0
Disable
2
1
Manual Clear
V4
V5
V6
V7

Always set to 1 for
SM-200.

For U1 only.

For U1 only.
Exclude AA, HK,
CN, TW and KE.

For IR only.
Auto Clear
Store Total Report Clear
0
Store Total Report Only
1
All Report
Beef Reference Number
0
Code
1
Date
Item Code Follow PLU Number
0
Yes
1
No
Bench Key Pad
0
New
1
Old
Taiwan Receipt Printer
0
Disable
1
Enable
Floating Server
0
Disable
1
Enable
Effective when
SPEC270 = 1 or 2.
For IR only.

28

For TW only.
Apply for POS1
FLEX PP2000 srs.
2 only.
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278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
Real Time Buffer
0
No
1
2 Days
2
3 Days
3
4 Days
Traceability Report
0
Disable
1
By Reference No.
2
By PLU No.
4
5
6
7
5 Days
6 Days
7 Days
Unlimited
3
4
By Date and Reference No.
By Date and PLU No.
U1 Self-service
0
Disable
1
Enable
Real Time Customer Number
0
No
1
Yes
Real Time Buffer Receipt
0
Detail
1
Total Only
Barcode Function
0
Without CR
1
With CR
Barcode Look-up-table (LUT) Contents
0
Non-weigh Item Only
1
All Items
Open Cash Drawer on Credit Payment
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Australia ECR Function
0
No
1
Yes
Enforce Amount Tendered
0
No
1
Yes
Enforce Change Key
0
No
1
Yes
Planned Price Printed in Report
0
Enable
1
Disable
Repeat PLU Call
0
No
1
Yes
Payment Key
0
Disable
1
Enable
Gap Value In-feed Operation
0
Re-adjustable
1
No Change
SM-200 Power Save
0
Back Light Off

For U1 only.





For AR only.

For DEC countries
only.


1
Power Off
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294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
SM-200 Power Save Timeout
0
3 Min
1
5 Min
PLU Scrolling Message Display Interval
0
Disable
1
3S
2
10S
3
30S
SM-200 Battery Option
0
Yes

2
3
10 Min
2 Min
4
5
6
1 Min
2 Min
5 Min
1
No


SM-300 Scrolling Message Update Rate
0
6 Lines
1
12 Lines
Ingredient File-Size Expansion
0
Maximum 99 records
1
Maximum 255 records
Print PLU Ingredient in Receipt
0
No
1
Yes
Traceability Update Function
0
No
1
Yes
Keyboard Selection
0
Normal Keyboard #
1
100 Preset Keys
80 Preset Keys
SM-500 Self-Service
0
No
1
Yes
Print Receipt after Accumulation
0
Yes
1
No
1
Enable
Fixed Port Number for Ethernet
Enter value from 1 to 254
303
DHCP IP Address Lease Time
0
Disable
Server Port Number
Enter value from 1 to 254
305
Character Spreading Speed Up
0
Disable
1
Enable
Unit Print on Receipt
0
Pcs
1
Items
Code Page
0
DOS
1
ANSI
307

# 32/56 Preset
Keys.
Identical to SPEC672.

96 Preset Keyboard.
Identical to SPEC688.

304
306

For SF only.

2
302

For U1 only.
30

(S3, S4, M3 & M4)
For U1 only.

For IR only.
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309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325

SM-500 2nd Receipt Printer
0 Disable
1
Enable
Praxis Function
0
Disable
1
Enable

For DEC countries
only.
RSS14 Barcode
0
Disable
1
Enable
For AI 01 only.
Operator Logging Function
0
Disable
1
Enable
Price Change Password
0
Disable
1
Enable

For KE only.
Price Change Log File
0
Disable
1
Enable

For KE only.
2
Enable (Clerk Report)

For DEC only.
1
No
Training Mode
0
Disable
1
Enable
Print PLU Traceability in Receipt
0
Yes

Include Prepack Total in Manual Total Report
0
Yes
1
No
Wireless Communication
0
No
Yes
1
Wireless FTP Port Number
Enter value range from 1 to 9999
Not in used.
Delete Traceability Record
0
Yes
1
No
PLU Link to Text Field
0
Disable
1
Enable
Julian Date for Packed and Sell Date
0
No
1
Yes
Price Printing Size (Large Font)
0
No
1
Yes
Auto PLU Broadcasting
0
Disable
1
Enable

Decimal Point For Unit Price And Total Price
0
Disable
1
Enable
Peel Sensor Value
0
Re-adjust
No Change
1

For U1 only.
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327
328
329
330
331
332

ON/Off Key
0
Disable
1
Enable
SM300 Print Control
0
Disable
1
Enable
TU 9 Digit Total Price
0
Disable
1
Enable
PLU Tare Call up
0
Allow
1
Inhibit



Individual Scale Store Total Report
0
No
1
Yes
Default ITF for Barcode
0
Disable
1
Enable
ITEM Text (5-16) Print on Total Label
0
Disable
1
Enable

333
Image at Top Receipt
Enter range from 0 to 99
334
Image at Bottom Receipt
Enter range from 0 to 99
335
Traceability Eat By Date
0
Disable
1
Enable
Traceability Max Weight
0
Disable
1
Enable
5
6
7
8
F5
F6
F7
F8
1
EAN128
336
337
338
Traceability Default Label Format
0
Not Used
1
F1
2
F2
3
F3
4
F4
Traceability Barcode
0
EAN13
339
Flag Data (EAN13)
Enter range from 0 to 99
340
Enforce Scan
0
No
1
Yes
TVP2000 (SM300)
0
Not Send T10
1
Send T10 Label Format
LCD 1 Line Scroll
0
Disable
1
Enable
341
342

For Tu only.
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344
400
401
Clear Key in Prepack
0
Enable
1
Disable
Print Pack Date
0
Yes
1
No
Auto Power-Off Function
0
Inhibit
1
3 Minutes
2
10 Minutes
3
4
5
30 Minutes
1 Hour
3 Hours
RTS/CTS Handshaking of RS-232C
0
On
1
Off


402
Reset Receipt consecutive Number after Reset Report
0
No
1
Yes

403
Vender Number Display in Registration Mode
0
Allow
1

Inhibit
Number of Vender Keys
0
4 Vender Keys
1
5 Vender Keys
6 Vender Keys
7 Vender Keys
404

2
3
405
Priority of Shop Name and Special Message on Receipt
0
Shop Name Priority
1
Special Message Priority

406
Centering of shop name on Receipt
0
Allow

1
Inhibit
Centering of special Message on Receipt
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
407

408
One or Two Touch for Receipt Printing in AMT/TEND
0
One Touch
1
Two Touch

409
PLU Number Printing on Receipt
0
Inhibit

1
Allow
Sale Item Entry Method
0
Total
1
Item
Default Vender Transaction by Print Key
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Print Checking Line
0
Print
1
No Print
Source of Used by Date
0
Current Date
1
Packed Date
410
411
412
413




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414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
In-Store Barcode for Barcode Scanner Enter
0
F1F2 CCCCCC TTTT CD
5
1
F1F2 CCCCC TTTTT CD
6
2
F1F2 CCCC TTTTTT CD
7
3
F1F2 CCC TTTTTTT CD
8
4
F1F2 CC TTTTTTTT CD
F1F2 CCCCC XCD TTTT CD
F1F2 CCCC XCD TTTTT CD
F1F2 CCCCC PCD TTTT CD
F1F2 CCCCC 0 TTTT CD

Non-PLU Item Enter by Barcode Scanner
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Barcode Scanner
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Centering of Commodity Name on Label
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Weight Data Synchronization Function
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Open Cash Drawer when Issue Label
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Print Grand Total on Sales Report
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
2
Receipt Data & Label Data
Constitution of Report
0
Receipt Data
1
Label Data

#1: F1F2 - 20~29
#2: CC ~ CCCCCC Item code.
#3: TTTT ~
TTTTTTTT
Total Price






422
Currency Symbol for Total Amount on Receipt
0
No Print
2
Suffixation
1
Prefixion

423
Print Total Number of Pieces on Receipt
0
Allow

1
Inhibit
424
Total Barcode on Receipt for Total Price in 2nd Currency
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

For FR only.
425
Print 2nd Currency on Receipt
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

For FR only.
Print Tare Weight when Unit Price is 0
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
426

427
Eliminate Cash Line on Receipt when No change Operation
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

428
PRINT Tax List on Receipt
0
Allow
1
Inhibit

Effective when
SPEC603 = 1
Non-Weigh PLU Unit Price Display
0
Total Price Column
1
Unit Price Column
429

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430
Items on PLU / Main Group / Dept / Tax Report
0
Registered Items
1
All Items

431
Eliminate Vender Data on Sales Report
0
Allow

432
1
Font Size for Commodity Name on Receipt
0
Standard Font Size
2
1
Larger Font Size
Inhibit

Largest Font Size
433
Condition of Additional Price Rounding for Total Price
0
Cash Payment Only
1
Always

434
Item Barcode Type
0
EAN Type
1
ITF Type

435
Total Barcode Type
0
EAN Type
2
User Programmable
1
ITF Type

436
In-Store Barcode Type for Barcode Scanner Enter
0
EAN Type
1
ITF Type

437
Print Rounding on Receipt
0
Allow

1
Inhibit
Print Sub-Total on Receipt
0
Allow
1
Inhibit
Pulse width for Opening Cash Drawer
0
20ms (Default Value)
1
50ms
2
100ms
3
4
5
200ms
300ms
400ms
2
Power On & Password R Key
438
439
440
R Mode Password Function
0
Inhibit
1
Password R Key



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2.3 Password Setting
2.3.1 Procedures of Password Setting
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Z1.0
RESET
SALES
DAILY
REMARK
Z mode.
Lamp Z turns on.
Display password for X mode .
[MODE]
PWD X
XXXX
SET
XXXX: former password
0: Not set
(1~4 bits are enable)Lamp X flicker.
Set password for X mode as 1234.
[1][2][3][4]
PWD X
1234
SET
Press [*] to save password for X
[*]
PWD S
XXXX
SET
mode.
Lamp S flicker.
[*]
PWD Z
XXXX
SET
[3][3]
PWD Z
33
SET
[C]
PWD Z
0
SET
[*]
PWD P
XXXX
SET
Display password for Z mode.
Lamp Z flicker.
Clear the password for Z mode.
Display password for PWD mode.
Lamp R X S Z flicker.
Set password for PWD mode as
[1][1][1][1]
PWD P
1111
SET
1111.
Lamp R X S Z flicker.
[*]
0.000
0.000
0.00
36
0.00
Return R mode after password
setting.
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2.3.2 Password Using
{Hypothesis: PWD X: 1111; PWD S: No Set; PWD P: 1234}
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
ENTER
PWD X
[1][2][3][4]
ENTER
PWD X
[*]
ENTER
PWD X
[1][1][1][1]
ENTER
PWD X
****
X1.0
READ
SALES
DAILY
S1
→
PLU
FILE
[MODE]
ENTER
PWD Z
[3][3]
ENTER
PWD Z
**
RESET
SALES
DAILY
[MODE]
ENTER
PWD P
[1][2][3][4]
ENTER
PWD P
****
Correct password.
[*]
PWD X
1111
SET
Enters PWD mode.
0.000
0.00
0.00
[MODE],[MODE]
(within 3 seconds)
[*]
[MODE]
[*]
[MODE]
Z1.0
0.000
37
Weight mode.
Lamp R turns on.
Need X mode password.
Lamp X turns on.
****
Incorrect password.
Retry.
Correct password.
Enters X mode.
Enters S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Need Z mode password.
Lamp Z turns on.
Correct password.
Enters Z mode.
Need PWD mode password.
Back to Weight mode.
Lamp R turns on.
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2.4 Clear Files
This function
is used to clear files in Memory.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Z1.0
RESET
SALES
DAILY
[Rezero]+[2][3][0]
CLEAR
PLU
FILE
PLU file.
[︾]
CLEAR
VENDER
DATA
Vender transaction data.
[︾]
CLEAR
REPORT
FILES
Report files.
[︾]
CLEAR
MEMORY
DATA
All files in memory.
[*]
CLEAR
MEMORY
Y-C N-T
[C] to clear file data,[T] to quit.
RESET
SALES
DAILY
Return to Z mode.
[C] or [T]
Z1.0
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Z mode.
Lamp Z turns on.
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3. PROGRAM MODE
3.1 Programmable Files
In Programming Mode, there are two ways to select the Programming File by using different keys such as:

Enter the Number key.

Press [︽] key or [︾] key to select the Data File.
The files listed below can be programmed in PROGRAM Mode (S Mode).
Key To Press
Data files
Key To Press
Data files
[1]
PLU Programming
[1] [7]
Logo Programming
[2]
Department Programming
[1] [8]
Tax Programming
[3]
Main Group Programming
[1] [9]
Program or Skip Item Data
[4]
Key Assignment
[2] [0]
Memory Status
[5]
Shop Name Programming
[2] [1]
I/F Test
[6]
Advertisement Programming
[2] [2]
File Load
[7]
Vender Programming
[8]
Date and Time Programming
[9]
Special Message Programming
[1] [0]
Ingredients Programming
[1] [1]
Text Programming
[1] [2]
Free Format Programming
[1] [3]
Scrolling Message Programming
[1] [4]
Scroll Sequence Programming
[1] [5]
Place Programming
[1] [6]
Machine setting
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3.2 General Explanation
DEPARTMENT, MAIN GROUP and PLU files are connected as shown below. By the following
linking method, more detail and concrete information on sales transaction or pre-pack data can be got by
printing various reports.
 DEPARTMENT FILE
DEPARTMENT file is the largest category whose items are like MEAT, FISH, VEGETABLE or
DELICATESSEN etc.
 MAIN GROUP FILE
MAIN GROUP file is the middle category including items such as BEEF, PORK, CHICKEN, etc.
You can link a Main Group to a Department in the Main Group file. Tax Number can be assigned to
a Main Group. The assigned Tax Number will apply for all the PLU’s assigned to the Main Group.
 PLU FILE
PLU File is the smallest category including items such as BEEF SLICE, BEEF SHOULDER and
BEEF SIRLOIN. You can link the PLU to a Main Group in the PLU programming file.
C o n n e c t io n o f D E P A R T M E N T , M A IN G R O U P a n d P L U :
SHO P
DEPT.
M .G .
P LU
PLU
M .G.
PLU
D e p a r tm en t F ile
DEPT.
P LU
M .G .
PLU
PLU
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M a in G r ou p File
M .G .
P LU
PLU
P L U File
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3.3 Department Files
Department file is used for categorizing Main Groups. Department Number between 1 ~ 99 are
available for programming. The Main Groups that are not linked to any Department will be assigned to
Department Number 97 automatically. Maximum 16 characters per file are available and each with 1
line.
3.3.1 Program Department File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S2
→
DEPT
FILE
[*]
S2.0
DEPT
0
NO SET
[1]
S2.0
DEPT
1
NO SET
[*]
S2.1
DEPT
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[2] or [X]、[︾]
NAME 0
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select Department Programming.
$ /kg window displays DEPT.
code.
Enter department No.(Ex. [1])
Enter department programming,
set the department name.
Enter
DEPT.
name(use
letter
keys)(Ex. “MEAT” for Dept. No
[M][E][A][T]
S2.1
DEPT
MEAT
NAME 4
1)
The methods of ASII letter input
refer to 3.23 ASSII Character Input
Method.
[PLU]
S2
→
DEPT
FILE
Store the department file, back to S
mode.
Note1: Number after "NAME" in Total display shows the position of the cursor.
Note2: The DEPT. No.1 to No.99 are available for programming.
(No.97 is default No. for PLU programming, and the PLUs which are not linked to any DEPT No. are assigned
to No.97)
(Non-PLU files (Weighing items) are assigned to DEPT code No.98)
(Non-PLU files (Non-weighing items) are assigned to DEPT code No.99)
Note3: The Department names programmed are not printed on the label/receipt but are for reporting.
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3.3.2 Delete Department File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S2
→
DEPT
FILE
[*]
S2.0
DEPT
0
NO SET
[1]
S2.0
DEPT
1
NO SET
[-]
S2.0
DEPT
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S2
→
DEPT
FILE
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[2] or [︾]
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select Department Programming.
$ /kg window indicates DEPT.
code.
Enter department No.(Ex. [1])
Delete Dept. No.1 for “MEAT”.
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Delete the Dept. file 1,
back to S mode.
Note1: When the MAIN GROUP FILE exists under the Department File, the Department Number cannot be
deleted. In addition, the Department Number 97, 98 and 99 cannot be deleted.
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3.4 Main Group Files
Main Group is the middle category and can be assigned to a Department. The Main Group file is used
for categorizing the PLU's. Main Group Number of 1 ~ 999 are available for programming. PLU's that
are not linked to any Main Group Number will be assigned to the Main Group Number 997
automatically. TAX is assigned to every Main Group. The assigned TAX will apply for all the PLU's
assigned to the Main Group. Up to 250 data can be programmed in Main Group file. Maximum 16
characters per file are available and each with 1 line.
3.4.1 Program Main Group File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S3
→
MGROUP
FILE
[*]
S3.0
MG
0
NO SET
[1][1][1]
S3.0
MG
111
NO SET
[*]
S3.1
MG
[1]
S3.1
MG
[*]
S3.2
MG
[B][E][E][F]
S3.2
MG
BEEF
NAME 4
[*]
S3.3
MG
0
TAX NO
[1]
S3.3
MG
1
TAX NO
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[3] or [︾]
97
(default)
1
DEPT NO
DEPT NO
NAME 0
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select Main Group Programming.
$ /kg window indicates Main
Group code.
Select Main Group No.
(Ex. [1][1][1])
Enter Main Group programming,
Set the Department number.
Link
Main
Group
111
to
Department 1.
Name of the Main Group 111 is
“BEEF’.
Set the Tax number.
Tax of Main Group 111 is tax
number 1.
Store the Main Group file, back to S
[PLU]
S3
→
MGROUP
FILE
mode. If you want to exit without
saving data, press [◇] key and then
follow by [C] key
Note1: For tax rate programming, refer to 3.20 Tax File in S Mode. if not necessary to link the Tax Number, press [*]
key to enter next selection. This procedure will skip if SPEC 603 is set to "NO TAX".
Note2: Number after "NAME" in Total display shows the position of the cursor.
Note3: The Main Group No.1 to No.997 are available for PLU programming.
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(No.997 is default No. for PLU programming, and the PLUs which are not linked to any Main Group No. are
assigned to No.997)
(Non-PLU files (Weighing items) are assigned to Main Group code No.998)
(Non-PLU files (Non-weighing items) are assigned to Main Group code No.999)
Note4: The Main Group names programmed are not printed on the label/receipt but are for reporting.
Note5: Each Main Group No. must be linked to the exiting Dept. No.(Refer to 3.3 Department File).
3.4.2 Delete Main Group File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S3
→
MGROUP
FILE
[*]
S3.0
MG
0
NO SET
[1][1][1]
S3.0
MG
111
NO SET
[-]
S3.0
MG
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S3
→
MGROUP
FILE
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[3] or [︾]
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select Main Group Programming
and
Enter it.
Enter Main Group No.
(Ex. [1][1][1])
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Delete M.G. file 111,back to S
mode.
Note1: When the PLU FILE exists under the Main Group File, the Main Group Number cannot be deleted. In
addition, the Main Group Number 997, 998 and 999 cannot be deleted.
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3.5 Program / Skip Item Data
Unnecessary PLU parameters will be skipped automatically due to auto-skip function, it is possible to
set only necessary PLU parameter in PLU programming procedure "Program PLU File". The following
parameters are available for Program/ Skip function
No.
Display
Parameter
Symbol
1
[LABFR1]
1. Label format 1
LABFR1
2
[LABFR2]
2. Label format 2
LABFR2
3
[BACODE]
3. Barcode Selection
BACODE
4
[FLAG]
4. Barcode Flag data
FLAG
5
[ITCODE]
5. Barcode Item Code
ITCODE
6
[MGCODE]
6. Main Group Code
MGCODE
7
[SELLDT]
7. Sell by Date
SELLDT
8
[SELLTM]
8. Sell by Time
SELLTM
9
[USEDDT]
9. Used by Date
USEDDT
10
[PACKDT]
10. Packed Date
PACKDT
11
[PACKTM]
11. Packed Time
PACKTM
12
[COST]
12. Cost
COST
13
[TARE]
13. Tare
TARE
14
[QTY]
14. Quantity
QTY
15
[Q.UNIT]
15. Quantity Unit
QUNIT
16
[DISCNT]
16. Discount Status
DISCNT
17
[SCH DT]
17. Discount Schedule date
SCHDT
18
[SCH TM]
18. Discount Schedule time
SCHTM
19
[MARKDN]
19. Mark Down Status
MARKDN
20
[1STLMT]
20. 1st target for discount 1
FSTLMT
21
[2NDLMT]
21. 2nd target for discount 2
SNDLMT
22
[SMGNUM]
22. Special Message #
SMGNUM
23
[INGNUM]
23. Ingredients #
INGNUM
24
[COMNAM]
24. Commodity Name
COMNAM
25
[SP MG]
25. Special Message
SPMG
26
[INGR]
26. Ingredients
INGR
27
[PLCNUM]
27. Place of Production
PLCNUM
28
[IMAGE]
28. Image
IMAGE
29
[BONUS]
29. Bonus
BONUS
30
[NUTRI]
30. Nutrition
NUTRI
31
[ITFSEL]
31. ITF Selection
ITFSEL
32
[REFPLU]
32. Reference PLU No.
REFPLU
33
[SECPLU]
33. Security PLU
SECPLU
34
[COUPLU]
34. Coupled PLU
COUPLU
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Display
No.
Parameter
Symbol
35
[DAY WK]
35. Discount day of the week
DAYWK
36
[ADD-ON]
36. EAN 5 Digit ADD-ON
ADDON
37
[TAX]
37. TAX No.
TAX
38
[PRICE2]
38. 2nd Price
PRICE2
39
[% TARE]
39. Proportional Tare
PROTARE
40
[CUSDIS]
40. Customer Discount
CUSDIS
41
[RESDIS]
41. Restaurant Discount
RESDIS
42
[STADIS]
42. Staff Discount
STADIS
43
[TRACE]
43. Traceability Discount
TRACE
44
[TEMP]
44. Storage Temperature
TEMP
45
[PACK.I]
45. Pack. Indicator
PACKI
46
[M1BARC]
46. Multi Barcode 1
M1BARC
47
[M2BARC]
47. Multi Barcode 2
M2BARC
48
[TM1BAR]
48. Total Multi Barcode 1
TM1BAR
49
[TM2BAR]
49. Total Multi Barcode 2
TM2BAR
50
[U.PRIC]
50. Unit Price Selection
UPRIC
51
[PLUSCR]
51. PLU Scroll (U1 only)
PLUSCR
52
[PLUTEX]
52. PLU Linked Text Field
PLUTEX
Program/Skip Item Data
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S19
→
PLU
ITEM
[*]
S19.1
ITEM
[*][*][*][*][*]
S19.1
ITEM
[X]
S19.1
S19
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[1][9] or [︾]
[PLU]
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select PLU item Selection Mode
and enter
PROGRAM
Enter Program or Skip parameter
selection mode.
MGCODE
SKIP
Select parameter of Main Group.
ITEM
MGCODE
PROGRAM
→
PLU
ITEM
LABFR1
Select
PROGRAM
for
the
parameter of Main Group.
After finish setting, save it.
Back to S mode.
Note1: Press [*] key to next parameter or [] key to previous parameter and press [X] key to select PROGRAM or
SKIP for each parameter, if necessary.
Note2: If you want to exit without saving, press [◇] key follow by [C] key.
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3.6 PLU Programming
The following items can be programmed in PLU PROGRAMMING mode. The format chosen for the
PLU will decide what items can be programmed in the PLU file. The items which print areas are not set
on the selected format will skip automatically or not printed on label. (If the item doesn't appear on the
PLU programming, check whether the parameter is set to ENABLE in Program / Skip Item Data).
PLU file for weighing item and non-weighing item listed below can be programmed according to the
following order.
Weighing Item
Step
PLU File (weighing Item)
Remarks
S1.0
PLU No.
S1.1
Unit Price (6 digits)
S1.2
Label Format for the 1st label
Refer to Label Format List.
S1.3
Label Format for the 2nd label
Free format No.1~99 only.
S1.4
Commodity Name Font Size
S1.4
Commodity Name
S1.5
Selection of ITF Barcode Format
S1.6
Bar Code Selection
S1.7
Flag data
S1.8
Item Code No.
* Digits of Flag and Item data can be selected in the barcode type
selection in S1.6.
S1.9
Item Code No. (Lower 4 digits)
Only when Item Code is more than 6 digits.
S1.10
Right Side Data of Item Barcode
Only when Spec02 set to 3.
S1.11
Selection of EAN ADD-ON
S1.12
Main Group No.
S1.13
Select whether to print Sell by date
S1.14
Sell by date (Days after the current date)
S1.15
Select whether to print Sell by time
S1.16
Select key-in data or present time
S1.17
Sell by Time (If Key-In is selected)
S1.18
Select whether to print Used by date
S1.19
Used by date (days after Packed date)
S1.20
Select whether to print Packed date
S1.21
Packed Date (days after actual packed date)
S1.22
Select whether to print Packed time
* If No Print is selected, Sell- by Date in S1.12 is skipped.
* If No Print is selected, Key in selection in S1.14 Sell-by time in
S1.15 is skipped.
* If S1.14 select CLOCK TIME, Key in selection in S1.15 is
skipped.
* If No Print is selected, Used- by Date in S1.17 is skipped.
* If No Print is selected, Packed Date in S1.19 is skipped.
* If No Print is selected, Key-in selection in S1.21 Packed time in
S1.22 are skipped.
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Step
PLU File (weighing Item)
Remarks
S1.23
Select to print Key-In data or actual time
S1.24
Packed Time (if key-In is selected)
S1.25
Cost price
S1.26
PLU Tare
* Depends on SPEC: 647 SETTING.
S1.29
Type of Volume Discount
* Depends on SPEC: 100 SETTING.
S1.30
The 1st target of volume discount
S1.31
The discount value for the 1st target
S1.32
The 2nd target of volume discount
S1.33
The discount value for the 2nd target
S1.34
Print type of Discount price (Mark Down)
S1.35
Schedule of Volume Discount (The start date)
S1.36
Schedule of Volume Discount (The start time)
S1.37
Schedule of Volume Discount (The end date)
S1.38
Schedule of Volume Discount (The end time)
S1.39
S1.41
Selection of Discount Day of The Week.
Special message No. (Select No. from SP message
file)
Ingredient No. (Select No. from Ingredient file)
S1.42
Special message (Program original Special Message)
S1.43
Ingredient (Program original Ingredient)
S1.44
Place of production (Select No. from Place file)
S1.45
Coupled PLU Number
S1.46
TAX Number (Select Number from TAX File)
S1.47
Reference PLU Number
S1.48
Proportional Tare
S1.40
* If S1.21 select CLOCK TIME, Key in selection in S1.22 is
skipped.
* If No Volume discount is selected, the parameters in S1.27 ~
S1.36 are skipped.
*Entering by Number keys (0~3)
* If selected Label Format without PRINT AREA, S1.40 ~
S1.43 are skipped.
* If selected Label Format without PRINT AREA, the
PLACE message will print on 1st line of Commodity Name.
*Depend on SPEC: 603 SETTING.
*Depend on SPEC: 687 SETTING.
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Non-Weighing Item
Step
PLU File (Non-weighing Item)
Remarks
S1.0
PLU No.
S1.1
Unit Price (6 digits)
S1.2
Label Format for the 1st label
Refer to Label Format List.
S1.3
Label Format for the 2nd label
Free format No.1~99 only.
S1.4
Commodity Name Font Size
S1.4
Commodity Name
S1.5
Selection of ITF Barcode Format
S1.6
Bar Code Selection
S1.7
Flag data
S1.8
Item Code No.
* Digits of Flag and Item data can be selected in the barcode type
selection in S1.6.
S1.9
Item Code No. (Lower 4 digits)
Only when Item Code is more than 6 digits.
S1.10
Right Side Data of Item Barcode
Only when Spec02 set to 3.
S1.11
Selection of EAN ADD-ON
S1.12
Main Group No.
S1.13
Select whether to print Sell by date
S1.14
Sell by date (Days after the current date)
S1.15
Select whether to print Sell by time
S1.16
Select key-in data or present time
S1.17
Sell by Time (If Key-In is selected)
S1.18
Select whether to print Used by date
S1.19
Used by date (days after Packed date)
S1.20
Select whether to print Packed date
S1.21
Packed Date (days after actual packed date)
S1.22
Select whether to print Packed time
S1.23
Select to print Key-In data or actual time
S1.24
Packed Time (if key-In is selected)
S1.25
Cost price
S1.27
Unit Symbol (PCS / FOR / kg / lb / g / NO
SYMBOL)
S1.28
Quantity
S1.29
Type of Volume Discount
* If No Print is selected, Sell- by Date in S1.12 is skipped.
* If No Print is selected, Key in selection in S1.14 Sell-by time in
S1.15 is skipped.
* If S1.14 select CLOCK TIME, Key in selection in S1.15 is
skipped.
* If No Print is selected, Used- by Date in S1.17 is skipped.
* If No Print is selected, Packed Date in S1.19 is skipped.
* If No Print is selected, Key-in selection in S1.21 Packed time in
S1.22 are skipped.
* If S1.21 select CLOCK TIME, Key in selection in S1.22 is
skipped.
* Depends on SPEC: 100 SETTING.
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Step
PLU File (Non-weighing Item)
Remarks
S1.30
The 1st target of volume discount
S1.31
The discount value for the 1st target
S1.32
The 2nd target of volume discount
S1.33
The discount value for the 2nd target
S1.34
Print type of Discount price (Mark Down)
S1.35
Schedule of Volume Discount (The start date)
S1.36
Schedule of Volume Discount (The start time)
S1.37
Schedule of Volume Discount (The end date)
S1.38
Schedule of Volume Discount (The end time)
S1.39
Selection of Discount Day of The Week.
S1.40
Special message No. (Select No. from SP message
file)
S1.41
Ingredient No. (Select No. from Ingredient file)
S1.42
Special message (Program original Special
Message)
S1.43
Ingredient (Program original Ingredient)
S1.44
Place of production (Select No. from Place file)
S1.45
Coupled PLU Number
S1.46
TAX Number (Select Number from TAX File)
S1.47
Reference PLU Number
* If No Volume discount is selected, the parameters in S1.27 ~
S1.36 are skipped.
*Entering by Number keys (0~3)
* If selected Label Format without PRINT AREA, S1.40 ~
S1.43 are skipped.
* If selected Label Format without PRINT AREA, the PLACE
message will print on 1st line of Commodity Name.
*Depend on SPEC: 603 SETTING.
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3.6.1 Program PLU File(weighing item)
PLU data(weighing item) is programmed by following procedure as below.
If the selected 1st or 2nd label format does not have print area for the PLU items, the item will be skipped
automatically or not printed on label.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
[*]
S1.0
PLU
0
NO SET
[1][0][0]
S1.0
PLU
100
NO SET
[*]
S1.1
PLU
0.00
PR-KG
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Enter PLU programming mode.
$/kg window displays PLU number.
Enter new PLU Number (Ex. 100) you want.
Enter PLU programming.
Enter unit price.(Ex.5.80$/kg)
Select Label format for 1st Label by press [<<]
[5][8][0][*]
S1.2
PLU
DFT
0 LAB FR1
or [>>] key.
(T1~T12,S,A,B,C,F1~F8 is available)
[<<] or [>>]
S1.2
PLU
T6
6 LAB FR1
Set the Label format (Ex.T6) by press [6] or[>>]
key.
Select Label format for 2nd Label by press [<<]
[*]
S1.3
PLU
NO
0 LAB FR2
or [>>]key.
(F1~F8 only)
[<<] or [>>]
S1.4
C01.01
S1 A 100
Enter commodity name.(Ex. “SLICE”)
S1.4
C02.01
S1 A 100
Enter the 2nd line of commodity name.
[*]
S1.5
PLU
EAN
BARCODE
[*]
S1.6
PLU
DFLT
BARCODE
[*]
[S][L][I][C][E]
[*]
Select the type of BARCODE by press [X] or
[>>].(EAN or ITF)
Select barcode format by press [<<] or [>>]
key.(Ex.2f5c4i4wD)
Set flag data.(Ex.29)
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
S1.7
PLU
20
FLAG
The Default Flag Data can be set at SPEC 3 ~ 6
and the Flag data consists of one or two digits,
which depends on the selected Barcode type.
[2][9]
[*]
S1.8
PLU
00000
IT CODE
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Enter item code.(Ex.10010)
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OPERATION
[1][0][0][1][0]
[*]
[*]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1.9
PLU
00000
EX CODE
S1.10
PLU
EAN
REMARK
No appended item code of PLU 100.
ADD
Select EAN ADD-ON or EAN ADD-OFF.(Ex.
OFF
EAN ADD-OFF)
Set the Main Group number.(default MG 997)
[*]
S1.12
PLU
997
MG NO
Enter Main Group No.(Ex.111)
Link PLU 100 to Main Group 111.
[1][1][1]
[*]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[3]
[*]
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change whether print
S1.13
PLU
NPRINT
SELL DT
sell-by-date.
(Ex. Print sell by date)
S1.14
PLU
0
SELL DT
Set sell-by-date.(Ex.3 days)
3 digits can be set.(0~999)
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change whether print
S1.15
PLU
NPRINT
SELL TM
sell-by-time.
(Ex. No print sell by time)
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change whether print
[*]
S1.18
PLU
NPRINT
USED DT
used by date.
(Ex. No print used by date)
Set used-by-date,
used-by-time
[*]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[1][*]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[1][8][0][0]
[*]
[*]
…
…
…
…
S1.20
PLU
NPRINT
PACK DT
Setting way of used-by-date, used-by-time are
same as setting sell-by-date and sell-by-time.
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change whether print
packed date.
If necessarily, packed date can set the day after
S1.21
PLU
0
PACK DT
present date.
(Ex. 1 day after present day)
S1.22
PLU
NPRINT
PACK TM
S1.23
PLU
TIME
PRESENT
S1.24
PLU
0000
PACK TM
S1.25
PLU
0.00
COST
S1.26
PLU
0.000
TARE
52
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change whether print
packed time.
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change key-in time or
present time.
Set the packed time.
(Ex. 18:00)
Enter Preset Tare of PLU 10.(Ex.0.100kg)
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OPERATION
[1][0][0]
[*]
[*]
[1][0][0]
[*]
[3][0]
[*]
[1][0][0][0]
[*]
[5][0]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[1][0][0][1][0][4]
[*]
[0][9][0][0]
[*]
[1][1][0][1][0][4]
[*]
[0][9][0][0]
[1]
[PLU]
kg
$/kg
REMARK
$
6 kinds discount type can be selected by press
S1.29
PLU
NO
DISCONT
[<<] or [>>] key.
S1.30
PLU
0.000
1ST LMT
Set 1st limit weight is 0.1kg.(Ex.0.100kg)
S1.31
PLU
0.00
1ST AMT
Set 1st amount of discount is $0.30.
S1.32
PLU
99.999
2ND LMT
Set 2nd limit weight is 1.000kg.
S1.33
PLU
0.00
2ND AMT
Set 2nd amount of discount is $0.50.
S1.34
[*]
[1][*]
PT
(Ex. UNIT PRICE discount)
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
DISPLAY
PLU
NO
MARK
DOWN
Change selection by [<<] or [>>]:
No mark down/Unit price mark down
/Total price mark down/all mark down
Set discount start day.(Ex.10-01-04, MM-DD-
S1.35
PLU
000000
ST DATE
S1.36
PLU
0000
ST TIME
Set discount start time.(Ex. 09:00, HH-MM)
S1.37
PLU
000000
ED DATE
Set discount end date.(Ex.11-01-04)
S1.38
PLU
0000
ED TIME
Set discount end time.(Ex. 09:00)
S1.40
PLU
0
SMG NUM
S1.41
PLU
0
ING NUM
S1
→
PLU
ITEM
YY)
Set special message file number.(Ex. Number 1)
Special message file 1 is linked to this PLU.
Set ingredients file number.(Ex. Number 1)
Ingredients file 1 is linked to this PLU.
After finish setting, save it.
Back to S mode.
Note1: Press [*] key to next parameter or [] key to previous parameter.
Note2: The letter before "A" in Total Price display shows the letter font size of the commodity name, and the number
after "A" in Total Price display shows the number of letters can be programmed for commodity name.
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Note3: The 2 digits after "C" in Weight display shows the line of the commodity name, and the next 2 digits in Weight
display shows the position of the cursor.
Note4: The PLU No.1 to No.999999 are available for PLU programming.
Note5: The programmed PLU commodity name are printed on the label or receipt.
Note6: Max.100 letters for commodity name per file are available.
Note7: Each PLU No. must be linked to the exiting Main Group No.(Refer to 3.4 Main Group File).
3.6.2 Program PLU File(non-weighing item)
PLU data(non-weighing item) is programmed by following procedure as below.
*If the selected 1st or 2nd label format does not have print area for the PLU items, the item will be skipped
automatically or not printed on label
OPERATION
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Enter PLU programming mode.
[*]
S1.0
PLU
0
NO SET
$ /kg window displays PLU
number.
[2][0][0]
S1.0
PLU
200
NO SET
[*]
S1.1
PLU
0.00
PR-KG
S1.1
PLU
5.80
PR-PCS
[<<] or [>>]
[5][8][0]
Enter new PLU Number (Ex. 200)
you want.
Enter PLU programming.
Enter unit price.(Ex.5.80$/kg)
Change Unit price of PLU 200 to
non-weighing item.
Select Label format for 1st Label by
[*]
S1.2
PLU
DFT
0 LAB FR1
press [<<] or [>>] key.
(T1~T12,S,A,B,C,F1~F8
is
available)
[<<] or [>>]
S1.2
PLU
T6
6 LAB FR1
Set the Label format (Ex.T6) by
press [6] or[>>] key.
Select Label format for 2nd Label
[*]
S1.3
PLU
NO
0 LAB FR2
by press [<<] or [>>]key.
(F1~F8 only)
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
S1.4
C01.01
S1 A 100
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Enter
commodity
“CAKE”)
name.(Ex.
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
S1.4
C02.01
[*]
S1.5
PLU
EAN
BARCODE
[*]
S1.6
PLU
DFLT
BARCODE
[C][A][K][E]
[*]
$/kg
REMARK
$
S1 A 100
Enter the 2nd line of comm ddity
name.
Select the type of BARCODE by
press [X] or [>>].(EAN or ITF)
Select barcode format by press
[<<] or [>>] key.(Ex.2f5c4i4wD)
Set flag data.(Ex.29)
The Default Flag Data can be set at
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
S1.7
PLU
20
FLAG
SPEC 3 ~ 6 and the Flag data
consists of one or two digits, which
depends on the selected Barcode
type.
[2][9]
[*]
[2][0][0][2][0]
[*]
[*]
S1.8
PLU
00000
IT CODE
S1.9
PLU
00000
EX CODE
S1.10
PLU
EAN
ADD OFF
Enter item code.(Ex.20020)
No appended item code of PLU
100.
Select EAN ADD-ON or EAN
ADD-OFF.(Ex. EAN ADD-OFF)
Set
[*]
S1.12
PLU
997
MG NO
the
Main
Group
number.(default MG 997)
Enter Main Group No.(Ex.222)
Link PLU 200 to Main Group 222.
[2][2][2]
[*]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[3]
[*]
[*]
Set used-by-date,
used-by-time
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change
S1.13
PLU
NPRINT
SELL DT
whether print sell-by-date.
(Ex. Print sell by date)
S1.14
PLU
0
SELL DT
Set sell-by-date.(Ex.3 days)
3 digits can be set.(0~999)
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change
S1.15
PLU
NPRINT
SELL TM
whether print sell-by-time.
(Ex. No print sell by time)
S1.18
PLU
NPRINT
USED DT
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change
whether print used by date.
Setting way of used-by-date, used-
…
…
…
…
by-time are same as setting sell-bydate and sell-by-time.
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OPERATION
[*]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[1][*]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[1][8][0][0]
[*]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1.20
PLU
NPRINT
PACK DT
REMARK
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change
whether print packed date.
If necessarily, packed date can set
S1.21
PLU
0
PACK DT
the day after present date.
(Ex. 1 day after present day)
S1.22
PLU
NPRINT
PACK TM
S1.23
PLU
TIME
PRESENT
S1.24
PLU
0000
PACK TM
S1.25
PLU
0.00
COST
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change
whether print packed time.
Press [<<] or [>>] key to change
key-in time or present time.
Set the packed time.
(Ex. 18:00)
Press [<<] or [>>] to select unit
[*]
S1.27
PLU
PCS
USYMBOL
symbol.
Selection: PCS/FOR/kg/lb/g/NO
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[1][0]
[*]
S1.28
PLU
0
QTY
4 digits can be set.(0~9999).
(Ex. 10 pcs/PLU)
6 kinds discount type can be
S1.29
PLU
NO
DISCONT
selected by press [<<] or [>>] key.
(Ex. UNIT PRICE discount)
Change selection by [<<] or [>>]:
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
No mark down/Unit price mark
S1.34
PLU
NO
MARK DOWN
down
/Total price mark down/all mark
down
[<<] or [>>]
[*]
[1][0][0][1][0][4]
[*]
[0][9][0][0]
[*]
S1.35
PLU
000000
ST DATE
S1.36
PLU
0000
ST TIME
S1.37
PLU
000000
ED DATE
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Set discount start day.(Ex.10-01-04,
MM-DD-YY)
Set discount start time.(Ex. 09:00,
HH-MM)
Set discount end date.(Ex.11-0104)
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OPERATION
[1][1][0][1][0][4]
[*]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1.38
PLU
0000
ED TIME
REMARK
Set discount end time.(Ex. 09:00)
Set
[0][9][0][0]
[*]
S1.40
PLU
0
SMG NUM
special
message
file
number.(Ex. Number 1)
Special message file 1 is linked to
this PLU.
Set ingredients file number.(Ex.
[1][*]
S1.41
PLU
0
ING NUM
Number 1)
Ingredients file 1 is linked to this
PLU.
[1]
[PLU]
S1
→
PLU
ITEM
After finish setting, save it.
Back to S mode.
Note1: Press [*] key to next parameter or [] key to previous parameter.
Note2: The letter before "A" in Total Price display shows the letter font size of the commodity name, and the number
after "A" in Total Price display shows the number of letters can be programmed for commodity name.
Note3: The 2 digits after "C" in Weight display shows the line of the commodity name, and the next 2 digits in Weight
display shows the position of the cursor.
Note4: The PLU No.1 to No.999999 are available for PLU programming.
Note5: The programmed PLU commodity name are printed on the label or receipt.
Note6: Max.100 letters for commodity name per file are available.
Note7: Each PLU No. must be linked to the exiting Main Group No.(Refer to 3.4 Main Group File).
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3.6.3 PLU [COPY] Function
The programmed PLU data can be easily copied into a new PLU. The function is very useful to save time
or avoid mistake for the similar PLU data programming, especially in case of long description of
Ingredients.
Example: PLU No.124 is programmed with most data of the PLU No. 100 already in memory.
DISPLAY
OPERATION
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
[*]
S1.0
PLU
0
NO SET
[1][2][4]
S1.1
PLU
124
NO SET
Select PLU 124,enter PLU programming.
[X]
S1.1
PLU
0
COPY
Press [X] key to enter PLU copy function.
S1.1
PLU
5.80
PR-KG
Copy PLU 100 data to PLU 124.
S1.2
PLU
T6
6 LAB FR1
Unit price of PLU 124 is 4.80$/kg.
[*]
S1.3
PLU
NO
0 LAB FR2
The 1st Label format is T6.
[*]
S1.4
C01.01
SLICE
S1 A 95
S1.8
PLU
10100
IT CODE
[1][0][1][2][4]
S1.8
PLU
10124
IT CODE
[*]
S1.9
PLU
00000
EX CODE
S1
→
PLU
FILE
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[1][0][0]
[*]
[4][8][0]
[*]
Press [*] key
times
[PLU]
5
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Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Enter PLU programming mode.
$/kg window displays PLU number.
Commodity Name of PLU 124 is “SLICE”.
Item code of PLU 124 is 10124.
Store the PLU 124 file, back to S mode.
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3.6.4 Delete PLU File
OPERATION
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Enter PLU programming mode.
[*]
S1.0
PLU
0
NO SET
$ /kg window displays PLU
number.
[1][2][4]
S1.0
PLU
124
NO SET
[-]
S1.0
PLU
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S1
→
PLU
FILE
Select PLU 124.(Ex. Delete PLU
No.124)
Press [-] key to delete PLU 124.
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Delete PLU file No.124, back to S
mode.
Note1: Only the programmed PLU file can be deleted.
Note2: In the last operation, pressing [T] key can back to the S Mode without deleting PLU file 124.
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3.6.5 Volume Discount & Mark Down print function
Volume Discount function is used to set up special price during a sales period. Shop manager may
program the discount price during a sales period, and the Shop manager can avoid sales loss caused by
not returning the discount price back to the original price even after the sales period.
Type of Volume Discount
Shop manager can select a discount type from 5 types of volume discount. The formulas of 5 discount
type are shown in the following table.
Formula of Discount price
Discount Type
Free Item
Formula
Example
Price = 0
Total Price = 0
(1) Unit Price = Original Unit Price Unit Price discount amount.
Original Unit Price = $ 10.00
 To called up PLU with 0
Unit Price and allow
issuing a receipt or label,
SPEC 231 must set to
"ALLOW" in advance.
Unit Price Discount
 To select Formula (1) or
Formula (2) can be
decided by SPEC 124
Setting.
Unit Price % Discount
(2) Unit Price = Unit Price discount
amount.
Unit Price discount amount = $2.00
(1) Unit Price = $10.00 - $2.00 = $8.00
(2) Unit Price = $2.00
Unit Price = Original Unit Price x
(100% - % Discount)
Original Unit Price = $ 10.00
% Discount = 20%
Unit Price = $10.00 x (100% - 20%) = $8.00
Total Price Discount
Total Price = Original Price - Price
Discount Amount
Original Total Price = $10.00
Price Discount Amount = $2.00
Total Price = $10.00 - $2.00 = $8.00
Total Price % Discount
Total Price = Original Total Price x
(100% - % Discount)
Original Total Price = $10.00
% Discount = 20%
Total Price = $10.00 x (100% - 20%) = $8.00
Fixed Price Discount
Total Price = Fixed Price Amount
Original Total Price = $10.00
Fixed Price Amount = $8.00
Total Price = $8.00
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Mark Down Print Function (How to print discount price)
Mark Down Print function is used to print the discount price as well as the original price with double
lines crossed when item is discounted. Mark Down Print function can be selected from the following 4
types, No Mark down / Unit Price Mark down/ Price Mark down / Unit Price & Price Mark down.
Type of Sales price function
Description of Sales Price data on label
Unit Price
Total Price
No Mark Down
$1.50
$15.00
Unit Price Mark Down
$ 2.00
$15.00
1.50
Total Price Mark Down
Unit & Total Price Mark Down
$1.50
Refer to Note 1
$
20.00
15.00
$ 2.00
$ 20.00
1.50
15.00
Note 1: Since discount unit price cannot be calculated if Total Price discount is used, it is not able to use Unit Price
Mark Down function, when using Total Price discount and Free item discount.
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3.7 Memory Status
The function is used for checking the number of existing PLU and remaining programmable PLU.
OPERATION
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select memory status check mode.
[2][0]
S20
→
MEMORY
STATUS
You can press [︽] or [︾] key to
select this mode.
[*]
S20.0
PLU
[T]
S20
→
P
7
LF 4544
MEMORY
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STATUS
Back to S mode.
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3.8 Key Assignment
The Preset keys can be used for assignment of PLUs and Function keys to speed up the operation in R
mode.
3.8.1 PLU Assignment
PLU Number can be assigned to a preset key to call up PLU data by pressing the assigned preset key on
Registration Mode.
For example: Assign PLU Number 100 to Preset Key Number 1.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S4
→
KEY
ASSIGNMENT
[*]
S4.0
PS AS
0
NO SET
Enter PLU assignment mode.
[1][0][0]
S4.0
PS AS
100
NO SET
Enter PLU No.100
[PRESET 1]
S4.0
PS AS
0
NO SET
S4
→
KEY
ASSIGNMENT
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[4] or [︾] three times
[◇][C]
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Key Assignment mode is MENU 4
in S mode.
PLU No.100 had been assigned to
Preset Key 1.
Back to S mode.
Note1: Non-existing PLU No. can not be assigned.
Note2: If assigning PLU Number 50 to the Preset key No. 1 has been already programmed, the PLU No. 50 will
replace the old data of Preset Key No. 1, but PLU Number cannot replace the preset key are already assign for
Function Key, Vender Key or Preset Tare.
3.8.2 Function Key Assignment
By assigning the following function keys to Preset keys, the functions can be used by touching the assigned
keys
OPERATION
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[4] or [︾] three times
[*]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S4
→
KEY
ASSIGNMENT
S4.0
PS AS
0
NO SET
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REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Key Assignment mode is MENU 4
in S mode.
Enter PLU assignment mode.
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
[*]
S4.1
VR AS
0
NO SET
[*]
S4.2
FN AS
0
CLEAR
[X][X]
S4.0
FN AS
2
-PRICE
REMARK
Enter Vender Key assignment status.
Enter Function Key assignment
status.
Select PRICE DISCOUNT function
PRICE DISCOUNT function had
[PRESET 25]
S4.2
FN AS
0
CLEAR
been assigned to Preset Key number
25.
[◇][C]
S4
KEY
→
ASSIGNMENT
Back to S mode.
Note1: Non assigned Preset Key can be set as function key.
3.8.3 Delete Preset Key Assignment
The following operation as below is to delete the Preset Key Assignment for PLU preset key, Function
Key and Vender key.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S4
→
KEY
ASSIGNMENT
[*]
S4.0
PS AS
0
NO SET
[*]
S4.2
FN AS
0
CLEAR
[PRESET 25]
S4.0
FN AS
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S4.0
FN AS
0
CLEAR
S4
→
KEY
ASSIGNMENT
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[4] or [︾] three times
[◇][C]
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Key Assignment mode is MENU 4
in S mode.
Enter PLU assignment mode.
Enter Function Key assignment
status.
Enter deleting mode.
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Back to S mode.
Note1: Non assigned Preset Key can not be cleared.
Note2: In the last operation, pressing [T] key can back to Assigned key clear mode and do not clear the assigned key
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3.9 Shop Name File
Shop Name data will be printed on Label or Receipt can be programmed in this file. The maximum
number of characters possible to enter varies according to the size of print area or character size entry. Up
to 32 Shop Names can be programmed with each 3 lines as maximum and number of line is depends on
the Character Size entry.
The default Shop Name print on label can be set at SPEC 46 & print centering of shop name on label can
be select at SPEC 250 and default Shop Name print on Receipt can be set at SPEC47 & printing position
can be select at SPEC251.
3.9.1 Program Shop Name File
At Programming Mode, select Shop Name programming mode and then enter new Shop Name
number (Ex. 1) programming mode.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S5
→
SHOP
NAME FILE
[*]
S5.0
SHOP
0
NO SET
[1][*]
S5.1
S01.01
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[5] or [︾] four times
S1 A 100
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Shop name File mode is MENU 5
in S mode.
Enter
Shop
Name
File
programming mode.
Enter shop name code.(Ex.No.1)
Press [SIZE] key to change font
[SIZE][D][I][G][I][SP
][S][H][O][P]
S5.1
S01.10
SHOP
S2 A 76
size of the shop name.
Enter the shop name .(Ex. “DIGI
SHOP”)
[*]
S5.1
S02.01
S1 A 100
[T][E][L][:]……
S5.1
S02.13
S1 A 88
S5
→
[PLU]
SHOP
NAME FILE
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Program 2nd line of this shop
name.
Enter shop name for the 2nd
line.(Ex. “TEL:57234888”)
Store Shop Name File 1,Back to S
mode.
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3.9.2 Delete Shop Name File
At Shop Name programming mode, enter existing Shop Name Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S5
→
SHOP
NAME FILE
[*]
S5.0
SHOP
0
NO SET
[1]
S5.0
SHOP
1
NO SET
[-]
S5.0
SHOP
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S5
→
SHOP
NAME FILE
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[5] or [︾] four times
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Shop Name File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Shop name File mode is MENU 5
in S mode.
Enter
Shop
Name
File
programming mode.
Enter shop name file 1.(Ex. No.1)
Enter deleting mode.
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Delete Shop Name File 1,back to S
mode.
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3.10 Advertisement File
Advertisement message is the sales promotional description on the label, such as “FOR BARBECUE”
or “FRESH”. Advertisement message is printed in the print area of the Commodity Name. If
Commodity Name occupies all of the print area, there will be no room for the Advertisement Message
and it will therefore not be printed. Maximum 2 lines can be programmed for each Advertisement
Message and up to 64 (Advertisement # 1~64) advertisement messages are available.
To print advertisement message on a label, [ADVERTISEMENT] Function Key must be assigned to
a preset key in advance.
Note: Advertisement message print on all label can be set at SPEC 96, printing position can be set at
SPEC 14 and printing method can be set at SPEC 15.
3.10.1 Program Advertisement File
At Programming Mode, select Advertisement programming mode and then enter new Advertisement
number (Ex. 1) programming mode.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S6
→
ADVER
MESSAGE
[*]
S6.0
ADVER
0
NO SET
[1][*]
S6.1
A01.01
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[6] or [︾] five times
[T][H][A][N][K][SP]
[Y][O][U]
S1 A 100
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select
advertisement
file
programming
mode.
Enter advertisement File programming
mode.
Enter the advertisement File No.1(Ex.No.1)
Enter the advertisement as the same
S6.1
A01.10
K YOU
S1 A 91
procedures as Commodity Name Entry.
(Ex. “THANK YOU”)
[SIZE]
S6.1
A01.10
K YOU
S2 A 76
[SIZE]…[SIZE]
S6.1
A01.10
K YOU
L5 A 21
[*]
S6.1
A02.01
S6
→
[PLU]
REMARK
ADVER
Press [SIZE] key to change font size of the
advertisement file.
Change font size to L5.
(S1~S5; M1~M5; L1~L5)
S1 A 100
Program 2nd line of this advertisement file.
MESSAGE
Store Advertisement File 1,back to S mode.
Note1: Max.2 line per file are available, max.100 letters per line are available. (letters per line depends on font size)
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3.10.2 Delete Advertisement File
At Advertisement programming mode, enter existing Advertisement Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S6
→
ADVER
MESSAGE
[*]
S6.0
ADVER
0
NO SET
[1]
S6.0
ADVER
1
NO SET
[-]
S6.0
ADVER
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S6
→
ADVER
MESSAGE
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[6] or [︾] five times
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Advertisement File can not be deleted
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REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select
advertisement
file
programming mode.
Enter
advertisement
File
programming mode.
Enter advertisement
File 1.(Ex.
No.1)
Enter deleting mode.
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Delete advertisement File 1,back to
S mode.
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3.11 Vender File
Vender file is used for programming names of operators. Maximum 16 characters can be entered per
Vender name. A programmed Vender number can be assigned to a preset key. The Vender Number or
Name (Depend on Spec 21 setting) will be printed on the label, if selected label format with print area
for Vender Number and the programmed Vender name can be printed on receipt when SPEC 21 set
to NAME.
3.11.1 Program Vender File
OPERATION
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[7] or [︾] six times
[*]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S7
→
VENDER
FILE
S7.0
CLERK
0
NO SET
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select
Vender
file
programming mode.
Enter
Vender
File
programming mode.
Select vender key.(Ex. V1)
[1][*]
S7.1
CLERK
1
NAME 0
Program operator name for
Vender 1.
[M][I][K][E]
[PLU]
S7.1
CLERK
MIKE
NAME 4
S7
→
VENDER
FILE
Note1: V1 – V99 can be programmed
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Enter
operator
name
for
V1.(Ex. “MIKE”)
Store Vender File V1,back to S
mode.
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3.12 Program Date And Time
The built-in clock system can automatically work once they are set. Date (Month/Day/Year): 2 digits for
each part; Time (Hour/Minute): 2 digits for each part.
OPERATION
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[8] or [︾] seven times
[*]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S8
→
DATE
AND TIME
P8.0
DATE
010100
MMDDYY
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select
Date
and
Time
programming mode.
Enter
Date
and
Time
programming mode.
Set Month 08, Day 19 and
[0][8][1][9][0][4][*]
P8.1
TIME
0000
HHMM
Year 04.
(Ex. 2004-08-19)
Set Hour 9,Minute 05.
[9][0][0][*]
S8
→
DATE
AND TIME
Store Date and Time, back to
S mode.
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3.13 Special Message File
Special Message can be used as a description on the label such as receipt, which can be assigned in each
PLU. Since standard format does not have a print area set for Special Message, Special Message cannot
be printed when using these formats. To print Special Message on the label, it is required to use a Free
Format with a Special Message print area programmed. Maximum 16 special messages can be
programmed with each up to 8 programmable lines. Number of line is depends on the size of the print
area or Character Size entry. The default Special Number print on Receipt can be set at SPEC 112 and
printing position can be set at SPEC 125.
Note: If SPEC 43 set to RECEIPT, maximum 8 lines can be programmable for each Special Message
Number and without select a required Free Format.
3.13.1 Program Special Message File
At Programming Mode, select Special Message programming mode and then enter new Special
Message number (Ex. 1) programming mode. *For edit, enter existing Special Message number.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S9
→
SP
MESSAGE
[*]
S9.0
SP MG
0
NO SET
[1][*]
S9.1
M01.01
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[9] or [︾] eight times
[M][A][D][E][SP][I][N
][SP][C][H][I][N][A]
S1 A 100
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select special message file programming
mode.
Enter special message File programming
mode.
Enter
the
special
message
File
No.1.(Ex.No.1)
Enter the special message File as the same
S9.1
M01.14
CHINA
S1 A 87
procedures as Commodity Name Entry.
(Ex. “MADE IN CHINA”)
[SIZE]
S9.1
M01.14
CHINA
S2 A 72
[SIZE]…[SIZE]
S9.1
M02.01
CHINA
M3 A 62
[*]
S9.1
M02.01
S9
→
[PLU]
REMARK
S1 A 56
SP
MESSAGE
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Press [SIZE] key to change font size of the
special message File.
Change font size to M3.
(S1~S5; M1~M5; L1~L5)
Program 2nd line of this special message
File.
Store special message File 1,back to S
mode.
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3.13.2 Delete Special Message File
At Special Message programming mode, enter existing Special Message Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S9
→
SP
MESSAGE
[*]
S9.0
SP MG
0
NO SET
[1]
S9.0
SP MG
1
NO SET
[-]
S9.0
SP MG
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S9
→
SP
MESSAGE
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[9] or [︾] eight times
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Special Message File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select
special
message
file
programming mode.
Enter
special
message
File
programming mode.
Enter special message File 1.(Ex.
No.1)
Enter deleting mode.
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Delete special message File 1,back
to S mode.
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3.14 Ingredient File
Ingredients data programmed in this Master Ingredient file can be printed on the Free Format (F1-F99)
with ingredient print area. The size of print area will decide the numbers of lines and characters of
every line. Maximum 15 lines can be programmed for each Master ingredient data and up to 16 Master
Ingredients data can be programmed in this file.
Note: Maximum 39 lines can be programmed for each Master Ingredient data when SPEC 43 set to 0.
3.14.1 Program Ingredient File
At Programming Mode, select Ingredient programming mode and then enter new Ingredient number
(Ex. 1) programming mode. *For edit, enter existing Ingredient number.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S10
→
INGR
FILE
[*]
S10.0
INGR
0
NO SET
[1][*]
S10.1
G01.01
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[10] or [︾] nine times
S1 A 100
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select
Ingredient
file
programming mode.
Enter
Ingredient
File
programming mode.
Enter
the
Ingredient
File
No.1.(Ex.No.1)
Enter the Ingredient File as the
[S][U][G][A][R]
S10.1
G01.06
SUGAR
S1 A 100
same procedures as Commodity
Name Entry.
(Ex. “SUGAR”)
[SIZE]
S10.1
G01.06
[*]
S10.1
G02.01
[F][L][O][U][R]
S10.1
G02.06
FLOUR
S1 A95
S10
→
INGR
FILE
[PLU]
SUGAR
S2 A 95
S1 A 100
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Press [SIZE] key to change font
size of the Ingredient File.
Program
2nd
line
of
this
Ingredient File.
Store Ingredient File 1,back to S
mode.
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3.14.2 Delete Ingredient File
At Ingredient programming mode, enter existing Ingredient Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S10
→
INGR
FILE
[*]
S10.0
INGR
0
NO SET
[1]
S10.0
INGR
1
NO SET
[-]
S10.0
INGR
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S10
→
INGR
FILE
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[10] or [︾] nine times
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Ingredients File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select
Ingredient
file
programming mode.
Enter
Ingredient
File
programming mode.
Enter Ingredient File 1.(Ex.
No.1)
Enter deleting mode.
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Delete Ingredient File 1,back to
S mode.
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3.15 Text File
Maximum 20 Texts are available (Text 1~16 are for Item label and text 17~20 are for Total label). Text
is used for printing the fixed data on label such as “Unit Price”, “packed date”. Text cannot be printed
when using standard format since they do not have any text print area set. You must use a Free Format
with a Text print area programmed. Maximum 2 lines per text can be programmed and number of line
is depends on the size of print area of the selected label format or Character Size entry.
Note: Print Text 5 to 16 on Total label can be set at SPEC 332 setting.
3.15.1 Program Text File
At Programming Mode, select Text programming mode and then enter new Text number (Ex. 1)
programming mode. *For edit, enter existing Text number.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S11
→
TEXT
FILE
[*]
S11.0
TEXT
0
NO SET
[1][*]
S11.1
T01.01
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[11] or [︾] ten times
S1 A 100
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select Text file programming
mode.
Enter Text File programming
mode.
Enter
the
Text
File
No.1.(Ex.No.1)
Enter the Text File as the same
[P][A][C][K][A][G][E]
S11.1
T01.08
CKAGE
S1 A 93
procedures as Commodity Name
Entry.
(Ex. “PACKAGE”)
[SIZE]
S11.1
T01.08
CKAGE
S2 A 78
[SIZE]…[SIZE]
S11.1
T01.08
CKAGE
S5 A 53
[*]
S11.1
T02.01
[D][A][T][E]
S11.1
T02.05
DATE
S1 A 52
S11
→
TEXT
FILE
[PLU]
S1 A 56
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Press [SIZE] key to change font
size of the Ingredient File.
Change font size to S5.
(S1~S5; M1~M5; L1~L5)
Program
2nd
line
of
this
Ingredient File.
Store Text File 1,back to S mode.
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3.15.2 Delete Text File
At Text programming mode, enter existing Text Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S11
→
TEXT
FILE
[*]
S11.0
TEXT
0
NO SET
[1]
S11.0
TEXT
1
NO SET
[-]
S11.0
TEXT
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S11
→
TEXT
FILE
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[11] or [︾] ten times
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Text File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select Text file programming
mode.
Enter Text File programming
mode.
Enter Text File 1.(Ex. No.1)
Enter deleting mode.
[C] for Yes, [T] for No.
Delete Text File 1,back to S
mode.
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3.16 Free Format File
The Free Format enables you to design your own label format, by setting print angles, print positions,
character size and other programmable items. You can create a new format by copying an existing label
format and use it as a base or make a totally new label format.
3.16.1 General Information
Label format within the following height and width can be created.
 Up to 99 Free Formats can be stored in the memory, apart from the other 16 standard formats.
 Standard format can be used as a basic format for creating a new format.
 Print position of each item is programmed using "mm".
 One Item label or one Total label is available for each Free Format number (F1~F99).
 4 Print Angles can be set for all item data: 0, 90, 180 and 270 degrees.
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3.16.2 Print Area, Print Position and Print Angles
All changeable item data should be programmed 8mm above the bottom of the label. The bottom 8
mm of the label should be used for invariable data such as shop name, since this area is printed when
issuing the last label. Please do not program any item closer than 1mm to the edges of the label.
The print position of each item is determined by setting the interval from "0" point (X=0, Y=0) to the
base position of the programmed item. X and Y values need to be entered by "mm".
Print Area
The item data cannot be printed at the bottom 10 mm of labels. Pre-print data such as shop name or
logo data is programmed at the bottom 10mm. Also the item data should not be printed within 1mm
from the left edge or the right edge of the label as the following drawing shows.
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Print Position
The printing position of each item data is decided by setting the distance from 0 point (X=0, Y=0) to
the base position (X value, Y value).
Print Angle
Print angle of each Print Item can be selected from 4 different angles, 0 degree, 90 degree, 180 degree,
and 270 degree. A whole format base or each Item Data-base may set print angle. According to the
selected print angle, the status of print position differs as the following samples.
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3.16.3 Programming Parameter Of Print Items
Print Item for Item Label
Up to 82 different item data can be programmed in Item Label Format and is used for printing at
Manual mode and pre-pack mode.
Ty
pe
Display
1. PLU NO
1
PLUno
45. PRICE BEFORE DISCOUNT
1
2. PRICE (-TAX)
1
PRICE
46. UNIT PRICE BEFORE DISCOUNT
1
3. UNIT PRICE
1
UN PR
47 ~ 56.IMAGE 1 ~ IMAGE 10
2
4. WEIGHT
1
WT
57. AVERAGE PRICE
1
5. QUANTITY
1
QTY
58. AVERAGE WEIGHT
1
6. PACKED DATE
1
PDATE
59. BONUS POINT
1
BONUS
7. PACKED TIME
1
PTIME
60. EURO UNIT PRICE
1
EUR U
8. COMMODITY
2
COMM
61. EURO TOTAL PRICE
1
EUR T
9. QUANTITY UNIT
1
QTYSY
62. EURO CALULATION
1
EUR C
10. SELL BY DATE
1
SDATE
63. DUPLICATE TOTAL PRICE
1
11. SELL BY TIME
1
STIME
64. DUPLICATE UNIT PRICE
1
12. BARCODE
3
BARCD
66. BORN COUNTRY
1
BORN
13. SHOP NAME
2
SHOPN
67. FATTEN COUNTRY
1
FAT
14. DISCOUNT VALUE
1
DISCT
68. SLAUGTHER HOUSE
1
SLAUG
15. USED BY DATE
1
UDATE
69. CUTTING HALL
1
CUT H
16. LOGO
2
LOGO
70. REFER NO
1
FEF D
17. MAIN GROUP CODE
1
MG CD
71. ORIGIN
1
ORIGI
18. DEPARTMENT CODE
1
DEPT
72. TEMPERATURE
1
TEMP
19. SCALE NUMBER
1
SCLNO
73. MULTI BARCODE 1
3
M1BAR
20. INGREDIENT
2
INGR
74. MULTI BARCODE 2
3
M2BAR
21. SPECIAL MESSAGE
2
SP MG
75. SERIAL NO
1
22. FRAME 1
4
FRM 1
76. GROSS WEIGHT
1
23. FRAME 2
4
FRM 2
77. REWRAP
1
24. TARE
1
TARE
78. KIND
1
25. CLERK
1
CLERK
79. CATEGORY
1
26 ~ 41. TEXT 1 ~ TEXT 16
2
TXT??
80. BREED
1
42. PRICE (+ TAX)
1
PRTAX
81. CONTACT
1
43. TAX RAGE
1
TAX R
82. GTIN
1
44. PLACE
2
PLACE
Item Data
Item Data
Ty
pe
Display
IMG??
Note: When SPEC 158 set to "ENABLE" the Screen of Item no.2 will change to "DISCOUNT PRICE" & item
Number 3 change to "DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE", and Item Number of 45 & 46 will appears.
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Print Item for Total Label
Up to 28 different item data can be programmed in Total Label Format and is used for printing
multiple transaction labels for counter sales at Manual mode, Sub-Total and Grand Total at Pre-pack
mode.
Item Data
Type
Display
Item Data
Type
Display
1. PLU NO
1
PLUno
15. PRICE (- TAX)
1
P-TAX
2. PACK DATE
1
PDATE
16. EXCLUDED TAX AMOUNT
1
ATX
3. WEIGHT
1
WT
17. INCLUDED TAX AMOUNT
1
VTX
4. QUANTITY
1
QTY
18. EURO TOTAL PRICE
1
ERUO
5. QUANTITY UNIT
1
QTYSY
19. USED DATE
1
UDATE
6. PRICE (+ TAX)
1
PRTAX
20. BORN COUNTRY
1
BORN
7. PACKED TIME
1
PTIME
21. FATTEN COUNTRY
1
FAT
8. TOTAL TITLE
1
TOTAL
22. SLAUGTHER HOUSE
1
SLAUG
9. BARCODE
3
BARCD
23. CUTTING HALL
1
CUT H
10. CLERK
1
CLERK
24. REFER DATE
1
REF D
11. TEXT 17
2
TXT17
25. ORIGINAL COUNTRY
1
ORIGI
12. TEXT 18
2
TXT18
26. MULTI BARCODE 1
3
M1BAR
13. TEXT 19
2
TXT19
27. MULTI BARCODE 2
3
M2BAR
14. TEXT 20
2
TXT20
28. SERIAL NO
1
Programmable Data Type
Programmable data
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Type 4
X position
YES
YES
YES
YES
Y position
YES
YES
YES
YES
Angle
YES
YES
YES
NO
Status
YES
YES
YES
YES
Character Size
YES
NO
NO
NO
Width
NO
YES
NO
NO
Height
NO
YES
YES
NO
Thickness
NO
NO
NO
YES
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3.16.4 Free Format Entry
At Programming Mode, select Free Format programming mode and then enter new Free Format
number (Ex. 1) programming mode. *For edit, enter existing Free Format number.
Basic Setting: (width, height, angle and label type)
OPERATION
[MODE][MODE]
[MODE]
[1][2]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
S12
→
FREE
FORMAT
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Lamp S turns on.
Select
S12.0
FREE
0
1-99
Format
setting
programming mode.
Enter
[*]
Free
Free
Format
setting
programming mode.
Select
Free
Format
File
Number.
[1][*]
S12.1
LABEL
0
WT MM
[4][8][*]
S12.2
LABEL
0
HT MM
[3][5][*]
S12.3
LABEL
0
DG ANGLE
Enter the Free Format File
No.1.(Ex.No.1)
Enter
Label
print
width.(Ex.48mm)
Enter
Label
print
height.(Ex.35mm)
[<<] or [>>] key can change the
[<<] or [>>]
S12.3
LABEL
90
DG ANGLE
selection of label angle.
(0,90,180,270 degree)
[*]
S12.4
LABEL
ITEM
LABEL
[<<] or [>>]
S12.4
LABEL
TOTAL
LABEL
Label angle is turned 90 degree.
Select label type.
(Item Label; Total Label)
Enter item setting.
[*]
S12.5
PLUno
←
1
F ITEM
Refer to Base Type 1 to 4
setting.
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Base Type 1:
Item data in Data Base Type1 are Numeric data or Fixed data. The print position of item data can be
programmed by setting X / Y value, Print angle and Character size.
Item Label: PLU No., Price, Unit Price, Weight, Quantity, Packed date, Packed Time, Quantity
Symbol, Sell by date, Sell by time, Discount Price, Used by date, MG No., Dept. No., Scale No., Tare
Weight, Clerk No., and Text data.
Total Label: PLU No., Packed date, Total Weight, Total quantity, Quantity symbol, Total Price,
Packed time, Letter of TOTAL, Clerk No., and Text data.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
REMARK
Continued from the procedure Basic Setting: (width, height, angle and label type)
S12.5
PLUno
[*]
S12.5
PLUno
0
X MM
Enter X value.(Ex.1mm)
[1][*]
S12.5
PLUno
0
Y MM
Enter Y value.(Ex.1mm)
[1][*]
S12.5
PLUno
0
DG ANGLE
[>>][*]
S12.5
PLUno
0
STATUS
[7][*]
S12.5
PLUno
S1
CHAR SIZE
1
←
F ITEM
Item setting: PLU No.
Select print angle.(Ex.90 degree)
Enter print status.(Ex. All item print)
Select the character size.(Ex. S5)
[<<] or [>>] key can change the
[>>] four times
S12.5
PLUno
S5
CHAR SIZE
selection of the character size.
(S1~S5; M1~M5; L1~L5)
[*]
S12.5
PLUno
←
1
F ITEM
Enter next item setting.
Note 1: STATUS TYPE: 0: NO Print 3: Weighing Item 4: Non-weighing Item 7: All Item Print
Note 2: Up to 41 different item data can be programmed in Item Label Format and is used for printing at
Manual Mode and Pre-pack Mode.
Note 3: Up to 14 different item data can be programmed in Total Label Format and is used for printing multiple
transaction labels for counter sales at Manual Mode, Sub-Total and Grand Total at Pre-pack Mode.
Note 4: There are two ways to select the Item Data in Free Format programming by using different keys such as:

Enter the Item data number key.

Press [X] key or [] key to search the Item data.
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Base Type 2
Item data in Base Type 2 are Alpha-numeric data. The print position of item data can be programmed
by setting the max. print area , X / Y value, width of print area from X value, height of print area
from Y value and print angle.
Item Label: Commodity Name, Shop Name, Logo, Ingredient, and Special Message.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
REMARK
$
Continued from the procedure Basic Setting: (width, height, angle and label type)
S12.5
SHOPN
F ITEM
Item setting: Shop name.
[*]
S12.5
SHOPN
0
X MM
Enter X value.(Ex.10mm)
[1][0][*]
S12.5
SHOPN
0
Y MM
Enter Y value.(Ex.1mm)
[1][*]
S12.5
SHOPN
0
DG ANGLE
13
←
Select print angle.(Ex.180 degree)
Enter width value.
[>>][>>][*]
S12.5
SHOPN
0
WT MM
The width of shop name printing area is
20mm.(Ex. 20mm)
Enter height value.
[2][0][*]
S12.5
SHOPN
0
HT MM
The height of shop name printing area is
15mm.(Ex. 15mm)
[1][5][*]
S12.5
SHOPN
0
STATUS
[7]
S12.5
SHOPN
7
STATUS
[*]
S12.5
SHOPN
←
13
F ITEM
84
Enter print status.(Ex. All item print)
The status of shop name printing area is all
item printing.
Enter next item setting.
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Base Type 3
Item data in Data Base 3 is Barcode data. The print position of bar-code data can be programmed by
setting X / Y value, width of Barcode from X value, height of Barcode from Y value and print angle.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
REMARK
Continued from the procedure Basic Setting: (width, height, angle and label type)
S12.5
BARCD
[*]
S12.5
BARCD
0
X MM
Enter X value.(Ex.5mm)
[5][*]
S12.5
BARCD
0
Y MM
Enter Y value.(Ex.20mm)
[2][0][*]
S12.5
BARCD
0
DG ANGLE
12
←
F ITEM
Item setting: Barcode.
Select print angle.(Ex.90 degree)
Enter height value.
[>>][*]
S12.5
0
BARCD
HT MM
The height of shop name printing area is
25mm.(Ex. 25mm)
[2][5][*]
S12.5
BARCD
0
STATUS
[7]
S12.5
BARCD
7
STATUS
[*]
S12.5
BARCD
←
12
F ITEM
85
Enter print status.(Ex. All item print)
The status of BARCODE printing area is
all item printing.
Enter next item setting.
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Base Type 4
Item data in Data Base 4 is Frame data. The print position of Frame data may be programmed by
setting X value, Y value, X1 value, Y1 value [the opposite point against the point (X,Y) on a diagonal
line], and line weight.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
REMARK
$
Continued from the procedure Basic Setting: (width, height, angle and label type)
S12.5
FRM 1
[*]
S12.5
FRM 1
0
X MM
Enter X value.(Ex.10mm)
[1][0][*]
S12.5
FRM 1
0
Y MM
Enter Y value.(Ex.1mm)
22
←
F ITEM
Item setting: Frame 1.
Enter X1 value.
[1][*]
S12.5
FRM 1
0
X1 MM
The X1 of frame 1 printing area is
20mm.(Ex. 20mm)
Enter Y1 value.
[2][0][*]
S12.5
FRM1
0
Y1 MM
The Y1 of frame 1 printing area is
15mm.(Ex. 15mm)
[1][5][*]
S12.5
FRM 1
0
STATUS
Enter print status.(Ex. All item print)
Enter line weight.
[7][*]
S12.5
FRM 1
0
T MM
The line weight of frame 1 printing area is
2mm.(Ex. 2mm)
[2][*]
S12.5
FRM 1
←
22
F ITEM
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Enter next item setting.
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3.16.5 Free Format Copy Function
At Free Format programming mode, Select Copy existing Label Format and then select the existing
label format you want to be copy (Ex. T7) and go to next selection.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
Enter S mode.
[1][2][*]
S12.0
FREE
0
1-99
Enter X value.(Ex.10mm)
[1]
S12.0
FREE
1
1-99
[X]
S12.0
FREE
NO 0
COPY
[7] or
[<<] and [>>]
[*][PLU]
Enter the Free Format File
No.1.(Ex.No.1)
Press [X] key to enter free
format copy function.
Press [7] or [<<] and [>>] to
S12.0
FREE
T7 7
COPY
select the existing label format
you want to be copy.(Ex. T7)
S12
→
FREE
FORMAT
Store the free format file 1, back
to S mode.
Note1: Another way to select the existing label format to copy by press [<<] Key or [>>] Key.
3.16.6 Free Format Delete Function
The Free Format Label cannot be deleted when the label is linked to existing PLU file.
At Free Format programming mode, enter existing Free Format Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S12.0
FREE
0
1-99
[1]
S12.0
FREE
1
1-99
[-]
S12.0
FREE
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S12.0
→
FREE
FORMAT
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Free Format File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter
Free
Format
programming mode.
Enter free format file number 1.
Enter delete mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Delete free format file 1, back to
S mode.
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3.16.7 Sample of program a format by modifying the existing format
You can create your desired label format by copying an existing format and modifying it to your needs.
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Following is the example on how to customize standard format T8 to your needs. E.g. Add an
ingredient text and remove the PLU # from the standard Item Label Format
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S12
→
FREE
FORMAT
REMARK
At Free Format program mode
Enter
[*]
S12.0
FREE
0
1-99
Free
Format
setting
programming mode.
Select Free Format File Number.
[8]
S12.0
FREE
[X]
S12.0
FREE
[8] or
[<<] and [>>]
[*]
8
1-99
NO
0
COPY
Enter the Free Format File
No.1.(Ex.No.8)
Press [X] key to enter free format
copy function.
Press [8] or [<<] and [>>] to
S12.0
FREE
T8
8
COPY
select the existing label format
you want to be copy.(Ex. T8)
S12.1
LABEL
56
WT MM
Change label width (Ex. No
change).
Change label height (Ex. No
[*]
S12.2
LABEL
55
HT MM
[*]
S12.3
LABEL
0
DG ANGLE
[*]
S12.4
LABEL
ITEM
LABEL
Select Item Label.
[*]
S12.5
PLUno
←
1
F ITEM
Enter item setting.
[*][*][*][*]
S12.5
PLUno
7
STATUS
[C]or[0]
S12.5
PLUno
0
STATUS
[*][*]
S12.5
PLUno
←
1
F ITEM
[8]
S12.5
COMM
←
8
F ITEM
change).
Change print angle.( Ex. No
change)
Enter PLU Number print Status
mode.
Change the status to NO PRINT
Save the setting and go to next
selection.
Select
Commodity
Name
program mode.
Enter Y position setting mode
[*][*][3][2]
S12.5
COMM
23
Y MM
and change it from 23 mm to 32
mm and go to next selection.
[*]
S12.5
COMM
0
DG ANGLE
89
Change print angle.( Ex. No
change)
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
REMARK
$
Enter TTL Height setting mode,
[*][*][1][5]
S12.5
COMM
15
HT MM
change the height from 21 mm to
15 mm and go to next selection.
[*]
S12.5
COMM
7
STATUS
[*]
S12.5
COMM
←
8
F ITEM
[2][0]
S12.5
INGR
←
20
F ITEM
[*]
S12.5
INGR
0
X MM
[2][*]
S12.5
INGR
0
Y MM
[2][3][*]
S12.5
INGR
0
DG ANGLE
[*]
S12.5
INGR
0
WT MM
[5][4][*]
S12.5
INGR
0
HT MM
[1][0][*]
S12.5
INGR
0
STATUS
[7][*]
S12.5
INGR
[PLU]
S12
→
Enter print status. ( Ex. No
change)
Save the Commodity Name print
←
F ITEM
20
FREE
FORMAT
90
setting.
Select Ingredient program mode.
Enter Ingredient programmable
mode.
Enter X Position value (Ex.
2mm) and go to next selection.
Enter Y Position value (Ex.
23mm) and go to next selection.
Change print angle (Ex. No
change).
Enter WIDTH value (Ex. 54mm)
and go to next selection.
Enter HEIGHT value (Ex.
10mm) and go to next selection.
Select print status (Ex. 7 = ALL
PRINT) and go to next selection.
Save the Free Format number 8.
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3.17 Place File
PLACE file is used for programming a short text describing the place of production. The number of
Characters possible to enter depends on the PLACE print area size and the character size used. Place
will be printed in the free room of Commodity Name print area if selected label format without Place
print area. Maximum 99 places (Place number 1 ~ 99) can be programmed, each with 1 line.
3.17.1 Program Place File
At Programming Mode, select Place programming mode and then enter new Place number (Ex. 1).
*For edit, enter existing Place number.
DISPLAY
OPERATION
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
[1][5][*]
S15.0
PLACE
0
NO SET
Enter Place File programming mode.
[1][*]
S15.1
P01.01
S1 A100
Enter place file No.(Ex. No.1)
Enter S mode.
Enter the Place File as the same
[M][A][D][E][SP]……
S15.1
P01.13
DIGI
S1 A 88
procedures as Commodity Name Entry.
(Ex. “MADE IN DIGI”)
[SIZE][SIZE]…
[PLU]
S15.1
P01.13
DIGI
S5 A 48
S15
→
PLACE
FILE
Change font size to S5.
(S1~S5; M1~M5; L1~L5)
Store Place File 1,back to S mode.
3.17.2 Delete Place File
At Place programming mode, enter existing Place Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S15.0
PLACE
0
NO SET
Enter Place File programming mode.
[1]
S15.0
PLACE
1
NO SET
Enter Place File number 1.
[-]
S15.0
FREE
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S15
→
PLACE
FILE
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Place File can not be deleted.
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Enter delete mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Delete Place File 1, back to S mode.
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3.18 Machine Setting
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
Enter S mode.
[1][6][*]
S16.0
RATE
0.00
DISC
Program Machine Code.
[5][0][0]
S16.0
RATE
5.00
DISC
S16
→
MACHIN
SETTING
[*]
Note1: 0% to 99.99% are available for Default Discount Rate.
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Enter default discount rate.(Ex.
5.00%)
Store machine setting, back to S
mode.
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3.19 Logo File
Logo is the trademark of the shop, which will be printed in Label or Receipt. Logo will be printed on
the top of receipt and on the left side of shop name on label. (When printing Logo data on Free
Format Label, set the print area of Logo data on the Free Format in advance.)
Logo data can be programmed up to 4 logos. When using 4 logos for label, assign the LOGO KEY to
preset key in advance. A logo data is formed by a pattern of dots (128 horizontal dots and 64 vertical
dots.) However, since the Label logo data is printed within the limits, which are programmed in label
formats, program the logo data within the limits of print area on the format.
Note: All standard formats have 37 dots x 30 dots for logo print area.
3.19.1 Pre-programming Logo Data
1) Prepare a section paper with 128 horizontal dots and 64 vertical dots.
2) When programming Label Logo, draw the limit of the Logo print area.
3) Draw the desired logo design in the section paper by filling the section with dot. (The dots are
necessary to seize the image of the actual logo before programming.)
Example: DIGI Logo for label (37 x 30 dots)
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3.19.2 Program Display & Keys Function
Program Display for Logo Set Up
The following display appears when entering Logo Program Mode.
Key Function for LOGO Set Up
[0]
------- Clear a dot.
[1]
------- Fill a dot.
[<<]
------- Move the cursor to left. []
[>>]
------- Move the cursor to right. []
[︽]
------- Move the cursor to up. []
[︾]
------- Move the cursor to down. []
[*]
------- Move up to the first dot in the next line.
[PLU]
------- Store the Data.
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3.19.3 Programming Order
1) After filling a section, programming status (the position of the cursor) moves to the next dot
automatically.
2) When the programming status reached to the last dot (128 horizontal dots), or [*] key is depress,
the programming status moves to the first left section on the next upper line automatically.
3.19.4 Program Logo File
At Programming Mode, select Logo programming mode and enter new Logo number. (Ex. 1)
*For edit, enter existing Logo number.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
Enter S mode.
[1][7][*]
S17.0
LOGO
0
NO
Enter Logo File programming mode.
SET
Enter Logo File number.(Ex. 1)
[1][*]
S17.1
LOGO
0
X-POS
Enter X position.(Ex. 7 dots)
[7][*]
S17.2
LOGO
0
Y-POS
Enter Y position.(Ex. 1dots)
Set Fill or Clear dots you want and the save the
[1][*]
S17.3
LOGO
000000
007-01
setting and go to next upper line (Y
02).(Ex.11101110001)
[1][1]……[0][1][*]
S17.3
LOGO
000000
001-02
Press [>>] key to move the cursor to next dot.
If necessary to change the position of the
Press[>>]key 6 times
S17.3
LOGO
000000
007-02
cursor been set, the following procedure is
required.
Change the Horizontal start position (Ex. 5
[-][-]
S17.3
LOGO
7
X-POS
[5][*]
S17.3
LOGO
2
Y-POS
Change the Vertical start position (Ex. NO
CHANGE).
[*]
S17.3
LOGO
000000
005-02
After complete program Logo data, save it.
S17
→
LOGO
FILE
Store the Logo 1 data, back to S mode.
[PLU]
dots).
Note1: If you want to exit without saving, press [◇] key follow by [C] key.
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3.19.5 Delete Logo File
At Logo programming mode, enter existing Logo Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S17.0
LOGO
0
NO SET
[1]
S17.0
LOGO
1
NO SET
[-]
S17.0
LOGO
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S17
→
LOGO
FILE
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Logo File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter Logo File programming
mode.
Enter Logo File number 1.
Enter delete mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Delete Logo File 1, back to S
mode.
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3.20 Tax File
This function enables you to program consumption tax rate included or excluded in the price. Up to 10
Tax Numbers (1 - 10) can be programmed. The programmed Tax rates (Tax Number) that are linked
to a Main Group will apply for all PLU's in that Main Group or set the Tax Number in individual PLU
File. Tax Rates can be entered between 00.00 % - 99.99 %. To enable TAX programming mode, SPEC
603 must set to 1 (TAX) in advance.
There are two types of Taxes:

ADD ON TAX: Tax is added to the Total Price.

VAT TAX: Tax is included in the Total Price.
Note: If you want print PRICE WITH TAX on Item Label, the selected label format must has print area for
Price + Tax and SPEC 659: SELECTION OF ITEM PRICE PRINTING must set to ITEM PRICE
AFTER TAX in advance.
3.20.1 Program Tax File
At Programming Mode, select TAX programming mode and then enter new Tax number (Ex. 1)
programming mode. *For edit, enter existing Tax number.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Enter Tax File programming
[1][8][*]
S18.0
TAX
0
NO SET
mode.
Enter Tax File number.(Ex. 1)
Enter
default
tax
rate.(Ex.
[1][*]
S18.1
TAX
0.00
INCLUDE
[3][0][0]
S18.1
TAX
3.00
INCLUDE
Select tax type.
[<<] or [>>]
S18.1
TAX
3.00
EXCLUDE
Tax File 1 is value added tax.
S18
→
TAX
FILE
[PLU]
Note1: 0 % to 99.99 % are available for Default Tax Rate.
Note2: [<<] and [>>] key can change the tax type. (Include / Exclude)
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Store the Tax File 1 data, back
to S mode.
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3.20.2 Delete Tax File
When the Tax Number linked to the existing Main Group File or PLU File, the Tax Number cannot
be deleted. In addition, the Tax Number 1 cannot be deleted.
At Tax programming mode, enter existing Tax Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S18.0
TAX
0
NO SET
[1]
S18.0
TAX
1
NO SET
[-]
S18.0
TAX
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S18
→
TAX
FILE
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Tax File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter Tax File programming
mode.
Enter Tax File number 1.
Enter delete mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Delete Tax File 1, back to S
mode.
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3.21 Scroll Message File
Maximum 100 characters can be programmed for each scroll message and up to 9-scroll message data
are available in scroll message file.
3.21.1 Program Scroll Message File
At Programming Mode, select Scrolling Message programming mode and then enter new Scroll
Message number (Ex. 1) programming mode. *For edit, enter existing Scroll Message Number.
DISPLAY
OPERATION
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Enter Scrolling Message programming
[1][3][*]
S13.0
SC MG
0
NO SET
mode.
Enter Scrolling Message number.(Ex. 1)
[1][*]
S13.1
SC MG
0
Enter Scroll Message.
[W][E][L][C][O][M][E
S13.1
][SP][T][O]……
SC MG
STORE
21
(Ex.
“WELCOME
TO
DIGI
STORE”)
[PLU]
S13
→
SCROLL
MESSAGE
Store the Scroll message 1 data, back to
S mode.
3.21.2 Delete Scroll Message File
When the Scroll message number is linked to Scroll Sequence, it can’t be deleted.
At Scrolling Message program mode, enter existing Scroll Message Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S13.0
SC MG
0
NO SET
[1]
S13.0
SC MG
1
NO SET
[-]
S13.0
SC MG
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S13
→
SCROLL
MESSAGE
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Scroll Message File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter Scrolling Message programming
mode.
Enter Scrolling Message number.(Ex.
1)
Enter delete mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Delete Scrolling Message File 1, back
to S mode.
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3.22 Scroll Sequence File
Scroll Sequence # 1 to # 3 is available. Each scroll sequence consists of up to three kinds of Messages.
Scroll Sequence means the scroll display order and display appearance of the programmed scroll
message.
3.22.1 Program Scroll Sequence File
At Programming Mode, select Scrolling Sequence programming mode and then enter new Scroll
Sequence number (Ex. 1) programming mode. *For edit, enter existing Scroll Sequence Number.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S1
→
PLU
FILE
[1][4][*]
S14.0
SC SQ
0
NO SET
[1][*]
S14.1
SC SQ
MSG NO
000
[1][2][3][*]
S14.2
SC SQ
ATTRIB
123 000
REMARK
Enter S mode.
Enter
Scrolling
Sequence
programming mode.
Enter Scrolling Sequence file
number.(Ex. 1)
Enter existing Scrolling Message
Number.(Ex. 1, 2, 3)
Select Scrolling pattern for each
[1][2][3][*]
S14.2
SC SQ
SPEED
123 000
Scrolling Message.
(Ex. MSG#1=1, MSG#2=2 &
MSG#3=3)
Select Scrolling Rate.
(Ex.
[1][2][0]
S14.2
SC SQ
SPEED
123 120
MSG#1=1:NORMAL,MSG#2
=2:FAST
and
MSG#3=0:SLOW)
[PLU]
S14
→
SCROLL
The scrolling pattern is as following.
0: L–SCROLL: Maximum100 characters
1: BLINKING: Maximum 25 characters
2: STATIS:
Maximum 25 characters
3: R –SCROLL: Maximum100 characters
4: WIPE IN:
Maximum 25 characters
100
SEQUENC
Store the Scroll message 1 data,
back to S mode.
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3.22.2 Enable or Disable Scroll Sequence File
This Function is used to enable the programmed Scroll Message data by Scroll Sequence Number
shows on the Display in Registration Mode when scale in idle time. The Scroll Message, Scrolling
Pattern and Speed will follow Scroll Sequence Number setting.
Enable Scroll Sequence File
At Scroll Sequence programming Mode, enter Scroll Sequence Number you want (Ex. 1).
OPERATION
[1]
[PLU]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S14.0
SC SQ
0
NO SET
S14.0
SC SQ
1
NO SET
S14
→
SCROLL
SEQUENC
REMARK
Enter
Scrolling
Sequence
programming mode.
Enter Scrolling Sequence file
number.(Ex. 1)
Enable
Scrolling
Sequence
Number 1, back to S mode.
Note1: If you want to change the Scroll Sequence number, enter new sequence number follow by press [PLU] key.
Disable Scrolling Message
At Scroll Sequence programming Mode, enter Scroll Sequence Number you want (Ex. 0).
OPERATION
[0]
[PLU]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S14.0
SC SQ
0
NO SET
S14.1
SC SQ
0
NO SET
S14
→
SCROLL
SEQUENC
101
REMARK
Enter
Scrolling
Sequence
programming mode.
Enter Scrolling Sequence file
number.(Ex. 0)
disable
Scrolling
Sequence
Number 1, back to S mode.
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3.22.3 Delete Scroll Sequence Number
When the Scroll Sequence Number to be deleted is in Used, it can’t be deleted.
At Scroll Sequence programming mode, enter existing Scroll Sequence Number (Ex. 1) to be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
S14.0
SC SQ
0
NO SET
[1]
S14.0
SC SQ
1
NO SET
[-]
S14.0
SC SQ
DEL ?
Y-C N-T
[C]
S14
→
SCROLL
SEQUENC
Note1: If you want to cancel the deletion, press [T] key to exit.
Note2: Non-existing Scroll Sequence File can not be deleted.
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REMARK
Enter
Scrolling
Sequence
programming mode.
Enter Scrolling Sequence file
number.(Ex. 1)
Enter delete mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Delete
Scrolling
Sequence
Number 1, back to S mode.
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3.23 ASCII Character Input Method
Insert Key-sheet for ASCII Character Input: (For standard version)
A/a
1
B/b
2
C/c
3
D/d
4
E/e
5
F/f
6
G/g
7
H/h
8
I/i
9
J/j
0
K/k
!
L/l
M/m
N/n
$
O/o
%
P/p
^
Q/q
&
R/r
*
S/s
T/t
(
)
U/u
:
V/v
=
W/w
"
X/x
/
Y/y
-
Z/z
\
?/?
+
¨ ¹/¨ ¹
?
?/?
<
¨ ¦/¨ ¦
.
?/?
>
?/?
,
¨¤
/¨ ¢
€
?/¨ ª
¨®
@
←
→
Each key includes 3-4 ASCII character.
Example: Key [A/a/1/!] includes ASCII character: A, a and 1.
Operation
ASCII
Display
Indicate
Remarks
Depress the key one time
INPUT ‘A’
A
Lamp P turns on
*note 1
Depress the key two times
INPUT ‘a’
a
Lamp P turns off
*note2
Depress the key three times
INPUT ‘1’
1
Lamp P turns off
*note3
Note1: Lamp P turning on indicates capital letter is use in PLU programming.
Note2: After one letter input, the indicator under the letter is flicker 1.5 seconds.
Note3: When the indicator under the letter is flicker, depress the same key can change the input to the next ASCII
character.
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3.24 ASCII Code Input Method
ASCII Code Input Method is another kind of input method for ASCII character entry. [CODE] Key
can switch the input method between ASCII Code Input Method and ASCII Character Key In
Method.
Example: Use the ASCII Code Input Method to entry commodity name. (CAKE)
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
……
……
……
……
S1.3
C01.01
[CODE]
S1.3
C01.01
A-
S1 A 22
[6][7]
S1.3
C01.02
A-
S1 A 21
[6][5]
S1.3
C01.03
A-
S1 A 20
[7][5]
S1.3
C01.04
A-
S1 A 19
[6][9]
S1.3
C01.05
A-
S1 A 18
……
S1 A 22
REMARK
……
Enter commodity name.
Press [CODE] to switch to
ASCII Code Input .
ASCII
Code
67
figures
65
figures
75
figures
69
figures
Character ‘C’.
ASCII
Code
Character ‘A’.
ASCII
Code
Character ‘K’.
ASCII
Code
Character ‘E’.
Switch to key in method.
[CODE]
S1.3
C01.01
CAKE
S1 A 18
The inputted characters will be
displayed in the Unit Price
window.
……
……
……
……
……
……
Note1: Decimal digital from 32 to 255 can be entered. Each Decimal digital figures one ASCII Character.
Note2: Different Countries can refer to the local ASCII Code List.
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4. REGISTRATION MODE
4.1 ON/OFF
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
Power on.
KEYS
PT kg
[ON/OFF]
Kg
2 - NET
$/kg
3 - FIX T
$
4 - FIX P
1
2
3
4
0000 00000 000000 0000000
1111 11111 111111 1111111
2222 22222 222222 2222222
1333 33333 333333 3333333
4444 44444 444444 4444444
5555 55555 555555 5555555
6666 66666 666666 6666666
7777 77777 777777 7777777
8888 88888 888888 8888888
9999 99999 999999 9999999
**** ***** ****** *******
. . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
, , , ,
, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^
8888 88888 888888 8888888
Stand-by-status.
0.0 0 0
Power off.
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
[ON/OFF]
4.2 Reset and Weighing Check
All weighing operations will be performed based on the procedure shown below. Operator should
check this operation before any transactions.
OPERATION
KEYS
PT kg
Stand-by-status.
Reset the zero point.
0.0 0 0
[REZERO]
1 - ZERO
Kg
0.0 0
2 - NET
$/kg
0.0 0
3 - FIX T 4 - FIX P
$
1 2 3 4
0.0 0
8888 88888 888888 8888888
Place an item on the platter. (e.g. 1.00kg)
[1] [2] [0]
Remove the item from platter.
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0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 1 0
1.0 0 0
1.2 0
1.2 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
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4.3 Tare Subtraction
4.3.1 One touch Tare Subtraction
OPERATION
KEYS
PT kg
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Kg
$/kg
3 - FIX T
$
1
Stand-by-status.
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Put tare (e.g 30 g) on platter.
0.0 0 0
0.0 3 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 3 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 3 0 - 0.0 3 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Subtract the tare weight.
[T]
Remove the tare weight
Clear the tare weight.
[T]
4.3.2 Digital tare Subtraction
OPERATION
KEYS
PT kg
Stand-by-status.
Kg
$/kg
3 - FIX T
$
1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Key in the tare weight (e.g 5g).
[5]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 5
0.0 0
Subtract the tare weight (Assume 15kg).
[T]
0.0 0 5 - 0.0 0 5
0.0 0
0.0 0
Clear the tare weight.
[T]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
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4.4 PLU Call Up
There are three ways to cal up programmed PLU:

Manual PLU Call Up

By press assigns to the preset key that desired PLU.

Auto PLU Call Up.
Note: The machine beeps if incorrect operation is performed when during PLU calls up.

call Non-Weighed PLU up when something is on the platter.

Non-PLU with the entered number exists.

PLU Preset Key not set.
4.4.1 Manual PLU Call Up
Manual PLU Call up is by enter the PLU Number by numeric Keys and then follow by pressing [PLU]
key on Keypad.
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status
PT kg
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Kg
$/kg
3 - FIX T 4 - FIX P
$
1 2 3 4
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef steak.(Ex.No.10)
[0] [1] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.00
0.0 0
Press PLU key.
[PLU]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
Clear the PLU and return to Stand-by-status.
[C]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
4.4.2 PLU Call Up by Preset Key
To enable this function, the PLU must assign on the Preset Key in advance.
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status
Press the Preset key where desired PLU is
PT kg
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Kg
$/kg
3 - FIX T 4 - FIX P
$
1 2 3 4
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
[P1]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
[C]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
assigned.
Clear the PLU and return to Stand-by-status.
4.4.3 PLU Call by Numeric Key (Auto PLU Call)
There are two type of Auto PLU Call, by enter the Specification Digits of the PLU Number or by
TIME-OUT is depending on Spec Setting.(Spec39 and Spec40)
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef steak
[0] [1] [0]
PT kg
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Kg
$/kg
3 - FIX T 4 - FIX P
$
1 2 3 4
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.1 0
0.0 0
BEEF STEAK
Clear the PLU and return to Stand-by-status.
[C]
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0.0 0 0
1.20
0.00
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
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4.5 Fix Operation
4.5.1 Fix Tare by FIX Key
OPERATION
KEYS
PT kg
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Kg
$/kg
3 - FIX T 4 - FIX P
$
1 2 3 4
Stand-by-status.
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Put tare (e.g 30 g) on platter.
0.0 0 0
0.0 3 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Subtract the tare weight.
[T]
0.0 3 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Fix tare.
[FIX]
0.0 3 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Cancel fix tare by FIX key.
[FIX]
0.0 3 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 3 0
0.0 1 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Add tare (e.g 10 g) on platter.
Subtract the tare weight.
[T]
0.0 4 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Fix tare.
[FIX]
0.0 4 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 4 0 - 0.0 4 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Remove the tare weight.
Key in the tare weight (e.g 50g).
[5] [0]
0.0 4 0 - 0.0 4 0
0.5 0
0.0 0
Set new tare and cancel fix tare by T key.
[T]
0.0 5 0 - 0.0 5 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Fix tare.
[FIX]
0.0 5 0 - 0.0 5 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Clear the tare weight and fix tare.
[T]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
4.5.2 Fix PLU by FIX Key
OPERATION
KEYS
PT kg
Stand-by-status.
0.0 0 0
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Kg
$/kg
3 - FIX T
$
1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef steak
[1] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.1 0
0.0 0
Press PLU key.
[PLU]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
Fix PLU.
[FIX]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
Cancel fix PLU by FIX key.
[FIX]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef steak
[1] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.1 0
0.0 0
Press PLU key.
[PLU]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
Fix PLU.
[FIX]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Roast Beef.
[2] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.2 0
0.0 0
Call up PLU and cancel fix P.
[PLU]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
2.4 0
0.0 0
Fix PLU
[FIX]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
2.4 0
0.0 0
Clear PLU and fix PLU.
[C]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
4 - FIX P
2 3 4
4.5.3 Fix Unit Price by FIX Key
OPERATION
KEYS
PT kg
Stand-by-status.
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Kg
$/kg
3 - FIX T 4 - FIX P
$
1 2 3 4
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter unit price.
[1] [0] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0
0.0 0
Fix unit price.
[FIX]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0
0.0 0
Cancel fix unit price.
[FIX]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0
0.0 0
Enter unit price.
[2] [0] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
2.0 0
0.0 0
Fix unit price.
[FIX]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
2.0 0
0.0 0
Clear unit price and fix unit price.
[C]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
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4.6 Operation Mode Change
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
Receipt mode.
PT kg
0.0 0 0
Depress [MODE] key while depressing
[REZERO]
[REZERO] key.
[REZERO]+[MODE]
Set to label manual mode.
[REZERO]
[REZERO] key.
[REZERO]+[MODE]
Kg
0.0 0 0
3 - PREPACK
$/kg
0.0 0
4 - MANUAL
$
1
0.0 0
8888 88888 888888 8888888
0.0 0 0
Depress [MODE] key while depressing
Set to receipt mode.
2 - NET
0.0 0 0
LABEL
MODE
0.0 0
0.0 0
8888 88888 888888 8888888
RECEIPT
MODE
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
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4.7 Item Label Printing in Manual Mode
You can use this operation to print out item labels for a PLU or Non-PLU of Weighing Item or Nonweighing Item. Before the operation, check the following point.
 Press [REZERO] and [MODE] to select LABEL mode.
 Check whether the Label Size fits the programmed one in PLUs when label is used.
4.7.1 Label Printing for PLU Item
For example: Sell 1kg of BEEF STEAK(Ex. PLU #: 10) (Weighing Item).
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status.
2 - NET
3 - FIX T
Kg
$/kg
PT kg
4 - FIX P
$
1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef steak.
[1] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.1 0
0.0 0
Press PLU key.
[PLU]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
1.2 0
1.2 0
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 1kg)
5 - MANUAL
Print out one item label.
[*]
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
1.2 0
1.2 0
Remove the product from the platter.
[C]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
2 3 4
6 - LABEL
5
6
For example: Sell one pack of SMOKED SAUSAGE (Ex. PLU #: 30) and sell five packs of
SLICED BACON (Ex. PLU #: 40). (Non-weighing Item)
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status.
2 - NET
3 - FIX T
Kg
$/kg
PT kg
4 - FIX P
$
1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.3 0
0.0 0
2.5 0
PR-PCS
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0 0
0.4 0
0.0 0
3.2 0
PR-PCS
QTY 1
3.2 0
3.2 0
QTY 5
3.2 0
1 6.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Smoked Sausage.
[3] [0]
Press PLU key.
[PLU]
Press [*] key to print label.
[*]
0.0 0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Sliced Bacon.
[4] [0]
0.0 0 0
Press PLU key.
[PLU]
Multiply.
[X]
5 packs.
[5]
Print out one item label.
[*]
0.0 0 0
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4.7.2 Label Printing for NON-PLU Item
It is possible to print item label for Non-PLU Item at Manual Mode. The Non-PLU Item will be
cleared is a PLU is called up or [C] key is pressed.
Note: For Weighing of Non-PLU Item will be registered to PLU # 999998.
For Non-weight of Non-PLU item, will be registered to PLU # 999999.
For example: Enter the Price for Non-PLU item (Ex. 5.00) by numeric key.
Note: For Non-weight Item, just press [*] key to issue out a label or press [X] key to enter multiply
mode, then enter sale quantity and press [*] key to issue label.
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status.
PT kg
2 - NET
3 - FIX T
Kg
4 - FIX P
$/kg
5 - MANUAL
$
1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
5.0 0
0.0 0
[X]
QTY 1
5.00
5.00
5 packs.
[5]
QTY 5
5.0 0
25.0 0
Print out one item label.
[*]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter the unit price
[5] [0] [0]
Multiply.
0.0 0 0
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4.8 Total Label Printing in Manual Mode
This operation is used for printing total label in Manual Mode.
4.8.1 Sales Transaction
This section shows how to operate the transactions with Clerk key. The designated Clerk key
accumulates each transaction data and Total Label will be issued.
For example: Sells 1.5 kg of HERB CHEESE(Ex. PLU #: 3) and 2 packs of SKIM MILK(Ex. PLU
# 302) for customer A.
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status.
Enter the PLU No. of the HERB CHEESE
[3][PLU]
Place the product on the platter. (1.5kg)
Register sales item to Vender1.
PT kg
Enter the PLU No. of the SKIM MILK
[3][0][2][PLU]
Enter the sell Qty (Ex. 2 packs)
[X][2]
Register sales item to Vender1.
[V1]
Print out one total label.
[*]
$/kg
3 - V1
$
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
5.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
1.5 0 0
5.0 0
7.5 0
-V1-
TOTAL
1PCS
7.5 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
[V1]
[C]
Kg
2 - NET
3.0 0 PR-PCS
QTY 2
3.0 0
6.0 0
-V1-
TOTAL
3PCS
13.5 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
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4.8.2 [PRICE DISCOUNT] Function Key in Add Mode
This function key is used to get the desirable discounted total price in Add. Mode by subtracting the
discount value from the original total price when issuing total label or receipt. The formula is shown as
follows
PRICE TO PAY  ORIGINAL TOTAL PRICE - ENTERED DISCOUNT VALUE
Note: Prior to this operation, [PRICE DISCOUNT] Function should be assigned to Preset Key in
advance (Ex. Assign to Preset Key No.2).
OPERATION
KEYS
1 - ZERO
2 - NET
Kg
$/kg
$
PT kg
Stand-by-status.
3 - V1
1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef steak.
[1] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.1 0
0.0 0
Press PLU key.
[PLU]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.20
0.0 0
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 1kg)
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
1.20
1.2 0
Register sales item to Vender1.
[V1]
-V1-
TOTAL
1PCS
1.2 0
Press [P2] key.
[P2]
-V1-
DISC
0.00
Enter discount value. (Ex.$0.20)
[2] [0]
-V1-
DISC
0.20
Confirm.
[*]
-V1-
TOTAL
1PCS
1.00
[C]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
4 - V2 5 - V3 6 - V4
2
3
4
5
6
4.8.3 [PRICE % DISCOUNT] Function Key in Add Mode
This function key is used to get the desirable discounted total price in Add Mode by setting the
discount % value from the original total price when issuing total label or receipt. The formula is shown
as follows
PRICE TO PAY  ORIGINAL TOTAL PRICE x (100% - DISCOUNT % VALUE)
Note: Prior to this operation, [PRICE % DISCOUNT] Function should be assigned to Preset Key in
advance (Ex. Assign to Preset Key No.3).
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status.
PT kg
Kg
2 - NET
3 - V1
$/kg
$
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef steak.
[1] [0]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.1 0
0.0 0
Press PLU key.
[PLU]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.20
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
1.20
1.2 0
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 1kg)
Register sales item to Vender1.
[V1]
-V1-
TOTAL
1PCS
1.2 0
Press [P3] key.
[P1]
-V1-
DISC
RATE
0.00
Enter discount rate. (Ex.10%)
[1] [0] [0] [0]
-V1-
DISC
RATE
10.00
Confirm.
[*]
-V1-
TOTAL
1PCS
1.08
[C]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
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4.9 Data Correction
The data correction during accumulating operation is to correct sales transaction data when customer
canceled the purchases or operators make a mistake before issuing Total Label or Receipt. The
corrected item data is printed with two lines crossed on the Total Receipt.
SM-100 has 2 correcting functions as follows:
1) On-the-spot Correction
Is to void the last item data during accumulating operation.
2) Void by Item Correction
Is to void sales data by tracing transaction number during accumulating operation.
4.9.1 On The Spot Correction
This function is to void the last item data of an accumulating operation, when an operator noticed it
was a mistake or a customer canceled purchase before issuing a Receipt or Total Label. It is effective
for either weighed or non-weighted item in the last transaction.
Transaction Example Vender 1:
(1) 1kg of BEEF STEAK.
(2) One pack of Smoked Sausage.
(3) More 5kg of BEEF STEAK.
But customer canceled 5kg of BEEF STEAK accumulated in the last operation.
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status.
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef Sirloin.
[1] [0] [PLU]
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 1kg)
Register sales item to Vender1
[V1]
Remove the product from the platter.
PT kg
Kg
[V1]
[1] [0] [PLU]
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 5kg)
Register sales item to Vender1
[V1]
Delete the last item entry.
[-]
[C]
$
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
1.2 0
1.2 0
-V1- TOTAL
1PCS
1.2 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
2.5 0
PR-PCS
0.0 0 0
-V1- TOTAL
2PCS
3.7 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
5.0 0 0
1.2 0
6.0 0
-V1- TOTAL
3PCS
9.7 0
-V1- TOTAL
2PCS
3.7 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
114
0.0 0 0
4 - V2
1
0.0 0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Smoked Sausage. [3] [0] [PLU]
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef Sirloin.
$/kg
3 - V1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
Register sales item to Vender1
2 - NET
2
5 - V3
3
4
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4.9.2 Void by Item Correction
This function is to void the specified transaction during an accumulating operation. Operator can
designate the number of transaction to be voided even if plural transactions for the same item are
performed.
Transaction example Vender 1:
(1) 1kg of BEEF STEAK.
(2) One pack of Smoked Sausage.
(3) More 5kg of BEEF STEAK.
But customer canceled One pack of Smoked Sausage in the 2nd transaction.
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
PT kg
Stand-by-status.
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef Sirloin.
[1] [0] [PLU]
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 1kg)
Register sales item to Vender1
[V1]
Remove the product from the platter.
[C]
Enter the PLU No. of the Smoked Sausage.
[3] [0] [PLU]
Register sales item to Vender1
[V1]
Enter the PLU No. of the Beef Sirloin.
[1] [0] [PLU]
Kg
$/kg
3 - V1
$
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
1.2 0
1.2 0
-V1- TOTAL
1PCS
1.2 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
-V1- TOTAL
2PCS
3.7 0
0.0 0 0
2.5 0 PR-PCS
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 5kg)
Register sales item to Vender1
2 - NET
[V1]
[C]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
1.2 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
5.0 0 0
1.2 0
6.0 0
-V1- TOTAL
0.0 0 0
3PCS
9.7 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Delete the selected item.
[-]
VD 1
1PCS
1.2 0
[<<] or [>>] to search the item.
[>>]
VD 2
1PCS
2.5 0
Delete the selected item.
[*]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Check Vender1 sale total.
[V1]
-V1- TOTAL
2PCS
7.2 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
[C]
0.0 0 0
115
0.0 0 0
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1
5 - V3
2
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4.10 Item Label Printing in Pre-pack Mode
Pre-pack Mode can be switched from Manual mode by pressing [AUTO] key. In this mode, the
following functions are available,
(1) For weighing item, label is automatically issued (without pressing [*] key) after the weight
of the item gets stable. The machine keeps the PLU data until [C] key is pressed.
(2) For non-weighing item, the next label is automatically issued (without pressing [*] key)
after a label is taken away. The machine keeps the PLU data until [C] key is pressed.
4.10.1 Item Label Issue for PLU Item
For example: To weighing (Ex. 1kg) 20 packs of FRIED POTATOES (Weighing Item, PLU #8)
1 - ZERO
OPERATION
KEYS
Stand-by-status.
2 - NET
PT kg
3 - FIX T
Kg
4 - FIX P
$/kg
5 - PREPACK
$
1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Press [AUTO] key
[AUTO]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the FRIED
[8][PLU]
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
2.2 3
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
2.2 3
2.2 3
Remove the product from platter and take the
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
2.2 3
0.0 0
label off..
Repeat the above 3 and 4 step to weighing the
next pack, until the last packed is weighed.
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
2
3
6 - LABEL
4
5
6
POTATOES (Ex. PLU#8).
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 1kg) (The
label automatically issued)
For example: issue 20 labels of SMOKED SAUSAGE (Non-Weighing Item, PLU #30).
1 - ZERO
2 - NET 3 - FIX T
4 - FIX P
KEYS
PT kg
Kg
$/kg
$
OPERATION
Stand-by-status.
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
5 - MANUAL
1
2
3
0.0 0
Enter the PLU No. of the Smoked Sausage.
[3] [0] [PLU]
Prepare to issue label for non-weighing item.
[*]
LABEL NUMBER
1
Enter number of labels to be printed, e.g. 20
[2][0]
LABEL NUMBER
20
Print out the first label…
[*]
LABEL
COUNT
20
LABEL
COUNT
19
LABEL
COUNT
1
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
Print out the second label…
2.5 0 PR-PCS
*Note
……
Print out the last label.
Stand-by-status.
0.0 0 0
Note1: To cancel printing, depress C key.
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4.10.2 Item Label Issue for NON-PLU Item
It is possible to print item label for Non-PLU Item at Pre-pack Mode. The Non-PLU Item will be
cleared is a PLU is called up or [C] key is pressed.
For example: At Pre-pack Mode, enter the Price for Non-PLU item (Ex. 5.00) by numeric key.
1 - ZERO
2 - NET 3 - FIX T
4 - FIX P
KEYS
PT kg
Kg
$/kg
$
OPERATION
At Pre-pack Mode
Enter the unit price(Ex.5.00)
[5][0][0]
Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 1kg) (The
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
5.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
1.0 0 0
5.0 0
5.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
2.2 3
0.0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
5 - PREPACK
1
2
3
label automatically issued)
Remove the product from platter and take the
label off..
[C]
Note1: For Non-weight Item, just press [*] key to start issuing out a label and registered to PLU # 999999.
Note2: For Weighing of Non-PLU Item will be registered to PLU # 999998.
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5. READ REPORT MODE
5.1 Report Factor Select
Whether to use the following report print factors depends on the type of report. Please refer to
Operation Flow in Report Mode.
PRINT LIMIT
For setting the report range, Department Number, Main Group Number or PLU Number to start and
finish is to be entered.
LOWER LIMIT:
DEPARTMENT: No.1 - No.99
MAIN GROUP: No.1 - No.999
UPPER LIMIT:
DEPARTMENT: No.1 - No.99
MAIN GROUP: No.1 - No.999
5.2 Report Type Selection
There are two ways to select the Report Type by using different keys such as:

Preset keys that the desired Report Type is assigned to .

By press [X] or [︽][︾]key to select the Report Type .
Enter Report Mode (“X” Mode) from Stand-by Status.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
Stand-by Status
[MODE][MODE]
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
Enter X mode.
[X]
X2.1
READ
PLU
DAILY
Press [X] key to select the Report Type.
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5.2.1 Main Group Report
Printing report order for MAIN GROUP Daily/Term Read Report:
For example:
 MAIN GROUP LOWER LIMIT:
3
 MAIN GROUP UPPER LIMIT:
996
DISPLAY
OPERATION
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
[*]
X1.1
1
ST NUM
Enter starting M.G.(Ex.3)
[3][*]
X1.1
3
ED NUM
Enter ending M.G.(Ex.996)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
[9][9][6][*]
Select M.G. Daily Read Report.
Print M.G. daily Read Report
X1.1
READ
MGROUP
DAILY
Display back to X mode.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X1.4
READ
MG
TERM
Select M.G. Term Read Report.
[*]
X1.4
1
ST NUM
Enter starting M.G.(Ex.3)
[3][*]
X1.4
3
ED NUM
Enter ending M.G.(Ex.996)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
MG
TERM
[9][9][6][*]
X1.4
READ
Print M.G. Term Read Report.
Display back to X mode.
5.2.2 PLU Report
Printing report order for PLU Daily/Term Read Report:
For example:
 PLU NUMBER LOWER LIMIT:
3
 PLU NUMBER UPPER LIMIT:
999996
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
Lamp X turns on.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X2.1
READ
PLU
DAILY
Select PLU Daily Read Report.
[*]
X2.1
1
ST NUM
Enter starting PLU Number.(Ex.3)
[3][*]
X2.1
3
ED NUM
Enter ending PLU Number.(Ex.999996)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
[9][9][9][9][9][6][*]
Print PLU daily Read Report
X2.1
READ
PLU
DAILY
Display back to X mode.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X2.4
READ
PLU
TERM
Select PLU Term Read Report.
[*]
X2.4
1
ST NUM
120
Enter starting PLU Number.(Ex.3)
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OPERATION
[3][*]
DISPLAY
PT
kg
X2.4
[9][9][9][9][9][6][*]
X2.4
READ
REMARK
$/kg
$
3
ED NUM
- REPORT
PRINTING -
PLU
PERIOD
Enter ending PLU Number.
(Ex.999996)
Print PLU Term Read Report t
Display back to X mode.
5.2.3 Department Report
Printing report order for DEPARTMENT Daily/Term Read Report:
For example:
 DEPARTMENT LOWER LIMIT: 3
 DEPARTMENT UPPER LIMIT:
OPERATION
96
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
Lamp X turns on.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X3.1
READ
DEPT
DAILY
Select Dept. Daily Read Report.
[*]
X3.1
1
ST NUM
Enter starting Dept. Number.(Ex.3)
[3][*]
X3.1
3
ED NUM
Enter ending Dept. Number.(Ex.96)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
[9][6][*]
Print Dept. daily Read Report.
X3.1
READ
DEPT
DAILY
Display back to X mode.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X3.4
READ
DEPT
TERM
Select Dept. Term Read Report.
[*]
X3.4
1
ST NUM
Enter starting Dept. Number.(Ex.3)
[3][*]
X3.4
3
ED NUM
Enter ending Dept. Number.(Ex.96)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
DEPT
TERM
[9][6][*]
X3.4
READ
121
Print Dept. Term Read Report.
Display back to X mode.
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5.2.4 Sales Report
Printing report order for SALES Daily/Term Read Report:
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
Lamp X turns on.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X4.1
READ
SALES
DAILY
Select Sales Daily Read Report.
- REPORT
PRINTING -
Print Sales daily Read Report.
[*]
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X4.1
READ
SALES
DAILY
Display back to X mode.
X4.4
READ
SALES
TERM
Select Sales Term Read Report.
- REPORT
PRINTING -
Print Sales Term Read Report.
DEPT
TERM
[*]
X3.4
READ
Display back to X mode.
5.2.5 24Hour Report
On 24 Hour Report, Sales transaction data can be printed on 24-HOUR Daily/Term Read Report
If you want to stop printing, press [FEED] key.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
Lamp X turns on.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X5.1
READ
24 HOUR
DAILY
Select 24 HOUR Daily Read Report.
- REPORT
PRINTING -
Print 24-HOUR Daily Read Report.
[*]
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X5.1
READ
24 HOUR
DAILY
Display back to X mode.
X5.4
READ
24 HOUR
TERM
Select 24-HOUR Term Read Report.
- REPORT
PRINTING -
Print 24-HOUR Term Read Report.
24 HOUR
TERM
[*]
X5.4
READ
Display back to X mode.
5.2.6 ABC Report
ABC Report is used to check the sales situation of PLUs. The share of PLUs against total sales price
are printed on ABC Analysis Report by descending order. The printed shares by descending order are
divided into 3 ranks: A rank, B rank and C rank.
1) Rank A includes PLUs whose accumulated share is less than 75%.
*Even if the accumulated share exceeds 75%, the last PLUs will be included in Rank A.
2) Rank B includes PLUs whose accumulated share is between 75% ~ 95%.
*Even if the accumulated share exceeds 95%, the last PLUs will be included in Rank B.
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3) Rank C includes PLUs whose accumulated share is between 95% ~ 100%.
*Even if the accumulated share exceeds 95%, the last PLUs will be included in Rank B.
For example: Printing report order for ABC Daily/Term Read Report:
 PLU NUMBER LOWER LIMIT:
1
 PLU NUMBER UPPER LIMIT:
999
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
Lamp X turns on.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X6.1
READ
ABC
DAILY
Select ABC Daily Read Report.
[*]
X6.1
1
ST NUM
Enter starting PLU NO.(Ex.1)
[1][*]
X6.1
2
ED NUM
Enter ending PLU NO.(Ex.999)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
[9][9][9][*]
Print ABC Daily Read Report.
X6.1
READ
ABC
DAILY
Display back to X mode.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X6.4
READ
ABC
TERM
Select ABC Term Read Report.
[*]
X6.4
1
ST NUM
Enter starting PLU NO.(Ex.1)
[1][*]
X6.4
1
ED NUM
Enter ending PLU NO.(Ex.999)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
ABC
TERM
[9][9][*]
X6.4
READ
Print ABC Term Read Report.
Display back to X mode.
5.2.7 Clerk Report
Clerk report is used to print out the total data such as total prices, total quantity and so on by every
Clerk.
For example: Printing report order for CLERK Daily Read Report:
 CLERK NUMBER LOWER LIMIT:
1
 CLERK NUMBER UPPER LIMIT:
4
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
Lamp X turns on.
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X7.1
READ
CLERK
DAILY
Select Clerk Daily Read Report.
[*]
X7.1
1
ST NUM
Enter starting CLERK NO.(Ex.1)
[1][*]
X7.1
1
ED NUM
Enter ending CLERK NO.(Ex.4)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
Print Vender Daily Read Report t
CLERK
DAILY
[4][*]
X7.1
READ
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5.2.8 Pre-pack Report
On Pre-pack Report, Total data of Prepack labels (Such as total price, total quantity, etc) can be printed
on PREPACK DEPARTMENT REPORT or PREPACK MAIN GROUP REPORT.
For example: Printing report order for PREPACK DEPARTMENT/ MAIN GROUP REPORT:
 DEPARTMENT LOWER LIMIT: 1
 DEPARTMENT UPPER LIMIT:
99
 MAIN GROUP LOWER LIMIT:
1
 MAIN GROUP UPPER LIMIT:
999
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X8.1
READ
[*]
X8.1
DEPT
1
ST NUM
Enter starting Dept. Number.(Ex.1)
[1][*]
X8.1
DEPT
1
ED NUM
Enter ending Dept. Number.(Ex.99)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
[9][9][*]
PPK
DEPT
PPK
DAILY
X8.1
READ
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X8.2
READ
PPK MG
DAILY
[*]
X8.2
DEPT
1
ST NUM
[1][*]
X8.2
DEPT
1
ED NUM
- REPORT
PRINTING -
PPK MG
DAILY
[9][9][9][*]
X8.2
READ
DEPT
124
DAILY
Lamp X turns on.
Select Pre-pack Department Daily
Read Report.
Print Pre-pack Department Daily
Read Report.
Display back to X mode.
Select Pre-pack Main Group Daily
Read Report.
Enter starting Dept. Number.(Ex.1)
Enter
ending
Dept.
Number.(Ex.999)
Print Pre-pack Main Group Daily
Read Report
Display back to X mode.
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5.2.9 Tax Report
Tax report is used to print out the Tax total data such as Tax Type, Tax rate, Amount Including Tax,
Amount Excluding Tax, Tax Amount and so on by every Tax Number.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
REMARK
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X9.4
READ
TAX
[*]
X9.4
1
ST NUM
Enter starting Tax Number.(Ex.1)
[1][*]
X9.4
1
ED NUM
Enter ending Tax Number.(Ex.3)
- REPORT
PRINTING -
READ
TAX
[3][*]
X9.4
Lamp X turns on.
Select Tax Daily Read Report.
Print Tax daily Read Report.
Display back to X mode.
5.2.10 Store Summarized Report
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Enter X mode
X1.1
READ
MG
DAILY
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
X4.3
READ
STORE
SUMMARY
- REPORT
PRINTING -
STORE
SUMMARY
[*]
X4.3
READ
125
REMARK
Lamp X turns on.
Select Store Summarized Daily
Read Report.
Print Store Summarized Daily
Read Report.
Display back to X mode.
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6. RESET REPORT MODE
6.1. Reset Report
6.1.1 Sales Daily / Monthly/Term Reset Report
OPERATION
DISPLAY
PT
kg
$/kg
$
Z1.0
RESET
SALES
DAILY
[*]
RESET
REPORT
?
Y-C N-T
[C]
Z1.0
RESET
SALES
DAILY
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
Z2.0
RESET
SALES
MONTHLY
[*]
RESET
REPORT
?
Y-C N-T
[C]
Z2.0
RESET
SALES
MONTHLY
[︽] or [︾] or [X]
Z3.0
RESET
SALES
TERM
[*]
RESET
REPORT
?
Y-C N-T
[C]
Z3.0
RESET
SALES
TERM
Enter Z mode
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REMARK
Lamp Z turns on.
Enter Reset mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Display back to Z mode.
Select
Sales
Monthly
Reset
Report.
Enter Reset mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Display back to Z mode.
Select Sales Term Reset Report.
Enter Reset mode.
[C] for Yes,[T] for No.
Display back to Z mode.
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