Instrukcja obsługi wagi SM

Instrukcja obsługi wagi SM
SM-5500New Operation Manual
OPERATION MANUAL
SM-5500 New Structure
EDITION 01
COPYRIGHT © 2009 PT.TROPICAL ELECTRONIC
1/17/2013
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Table of Content
GENERAL INFORMATION.................................................................................................................................................1
1. Entry to Programming Mode.........................................................................................................2
2. Internal Keyboard Displays........................................................................................................... 3
3. File Relationship between Department, Main Group and PLU................................................. 5
PLU PROGRAMMING FILES.............................................................................................................................................6
1.General Notes....................................................................................................................................6
2.Entry to PLU Programming............................................................................................................7
3.Program PLU File............................................................................................................................ 9
PLU PROGRAMMING 1/4............................................................................................................9
PLU PROGRAMMING 2/4..........................................................................................................14
PLU PROGRAMMING 3/4..........................................................................................................18
PLU PROGRAMMING 4/4..........................................................................................................19
4.Copy a PLU File............................................................................................................................. 25
5.Go To Files...................................................................................................................................... 26
6.Delete a Programmed PLU File.................................................................................................... 27
7.Barcode List....................................................................................................................................28
7.1 EAN Barcode Format..............................................................................................................28
7.2 ITF Barcode Format................................................................................................................28
8.Label Format List...........................................................................................................................29
PRESET KEY ASSIGNMENT............................................................................................................................................30
1.General Information...................................................................................................................... 30
2.Preset Key Layout.......................................................................................................................... 30
2.1 Primary Key Layout................................................................................................................30
2.2 Secondary Key Layout............................................................................................................31
2.3 Accumulation key Layout.......................................................................................................31
2.4 Change Mode key Layout.......................................................................................................32
3.Entry to Preset Key Programming...............................................................................................33
4.Programming of Preset Keys........................................................................................................ 34
4.1 Primary Key Programming.....................................................................................................34
4.2 Secondary Key Programming.................................................................................................64
4.3 Accumulation Key Programming........................................................................................... 74
4.4 Change Mode key Programming............................................................................................ 81
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5.Clear Assigned Preset Key............................................................................................................ 85
PRINT FORMAT..................................................................................................................................................................87
1.General Information...................................................................................................................... 87
2.Print Area, Print Position and Print Angles................................................................................87
2.1 Print Area................................................................................................................................87
2.2 Print Position...........................................................................................................................88
2.3 Print Angles.............................................................................................................................88
3.Entry to Free Format Programming............................................................................................89
4.Test Printing................................................................................................................................... 93
5.Item Data Positioning.....................................................................................................................95
5.1 Type 1 Data Setting.................................................................................................................97
5.2 Type 2 Data Setting...............................................................................................................100
5.3 Type 3 Data Setting...............................................................................................................103
5.4 Type 4 Data Setting...............................................................................................................106
5.5 Type 5 Data Setting...............................................................................................................109
5.6 Type 6 Data Setting...............................................................................................................112
5.7 Type 7 Data Setting...............................................................................................................116
6.Create a Format by Modifying an Existing Format................................................................. 119
7.Search a Free Format File ..........................................................................................................127
8.Delete a Programmed Free Format File.................................................................................... 128
DEPARTMENT FILE.........................................................................................................................................................129
1.Program Department File........................................................................................................... 129
2.Copy a Department File...............................................................................................................134
3.Search a Department Files.......................................................................................................... 135
4.Delete a Programmed Department File..................................................................................... 136
MAIN GROUP FILE..........................................................................................................................................................137
1.Program Main Group File...........................................................................................................137
2.Copy a Main Group File..............................................................................................................142
3.Search a Main Group Files..........................................................................................................143
4.Delete a Programmed Main Group File.....................................................................................144
INGREDIENT FILE...........................................................................................................................................................145
1.Program Ingredient File.............................................................................................................. 145
2.Copy a Ingredient File................................................................................................................. 148
3.Search a Ingredient Files............................................................................................................. 149
4.Delete a Programmed Ingredient File........................................................................................ 150
SPECIAL MESSAGE FILE...............................................................................................................................................151
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1.Program Special Message File.................................................................................................... 151
2.Copy a Special Message File........................................................................................................154
3.Search a Special Message Files................................................................................................... 155
4.Delete a Programmed Special Message File.............................................................................. 156
TEXT FILE..........................................................................................................................................................................157
1.Program Text File........................................................................................................................ 157
2.Copy a Text File............................................................................................................................160
3.Search a Text File.........................................................................................................................161
4.Delete a Programmed Text File.................................................................................................. 162
CLERK FILE.......................................................................................................................................................................163
1.Program Clerk File...................................................................................................................... 163
2.Copy a Clerk File..........................................................................................................................167
3.Search a Clerk File.......................................................................................................................168
4.Delete a Programmed Clerk File................................................................................................ 169
IMAGE FILE.......................................................................................................................................................................170
1.Program Image File..................................................................................................................... 170
2.Copy a Image File.........................................................................................................................174
3.Search an Image File....................................................................................................................175
4.Delete a Programmed Image File............................................................................................... 176
SHOP NAME FILE.............................................................................................................................................................177
1.Program Shop Name File............................................................................................................ 177
2.Copy a Shop Name File................................................................................................................180
3.Search a SHOP NAME File.........................................................................................................181
4.Delete a Programmed Shop Name File...................................................................................... 182
TAX FILE.............................................................................................................................................................................183
1.Program Tax File......................................................................................................................... 183
2.Copy a Tax File.............................................................................................................................186
3.Search a Tax Files........................................................................................................................ 187
4.Delete a Programmed Tax File................................................................................................... 188
TRAY FILE..........................................................................................................................................................................189
1.Programming TRAY FILE......................................................................................................... 189
2.Copy a Tray File ..........................................................................................................................191
3.Search Tray File........................................................................................................................... 192
4.Delete a Programmed Tray File..................................................................................................193
PRODUCT INFO.................................................................................................................................................................194
1.Program Product Info File ......................................................................................................... 194
2.Copy a Product Info File ............................................................................................................ 200
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3.Search a Product Info File ..........................................................................................................201
4.Delete a Product Info File ...........................................................................................................202
PLACE FILE.......................................................................................................................................................................203
1.Program Place File.......................................................................................................................203
2.Copy a Place File.......................................................................................................................... 206
3.Search Place Files.........................................................................................................................207
4.Delete a Programmed Country File............................................................................................208
ADVERTISEMENT FILE..................................................................................................................................................209
1.Program Advertisement File.......................................................................................................209
2.Copy a Advertisement File.......................................................................................................... 212
3.Search Advertisement Files.........................................................................................................213
4.Delete a Programmed Advertisement File.................................................................................214
SPECIAL PRICE CHANGE FILE....................................................................................................................................215
BARCODE LOOKUP ........................................................................................................................................................219
BARCODE REDIRECT ....................................................................................................................................................222
SCROLL MESSAGE.......................................................................................................................................................... 226
SCROLL SEQUENCE........................................................................................................................................................229
SCALE FILE PROGRAMMING......................................................................................................................................232
PAYMENT / FLEXIBLE KEY .........................................................................................................................................236
PRESET FUNCTION KEYS..............................................................................................................................................241
Advertisement Function Key..........................................................................................................242
Price Discount Function Key..........................................................................................................244
PRICE % DISCOUNT Function Key........................................................................................... 246
Unit Price Discount Function Key................................................................................................ 248
Unit Price % Discount Function Key............................................................................................ 250
Quantity Symbol Function Key..................................................................................................... 252
Quantity Set Function Key.............................................................................................................254
Unit Price Change Function Key................................................................................................... 256
Refund Function Key......................................................................................................................258
Shop Name Function Key...............................................................................................................260
Sub Total & Grand Total Function Key....................................................................................... 262
Pack Quantity Function Key..........................................................................................................265
Price Markdown Function Key......................................................................................................267
Price % Markdown Function Key.................................................................................................271
Unit Price Markdown Function Key............................................................................................. 275
Unit Price % Markdown Function Key........................................................................................ 279
Unit Price Store Function Key....................................................................................................... 283
Place Function Key..........................................................................................................................283
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Label Format 1 Function Key........................................................................................................285
Label Format 2 Function Key........................................................................................................287
Item Code Function Key.................................................................................................................289
Reference PLU Function Key.........................................................................................................289
Flag Code Function Key................................................................................................................. 289
Ingredient Function Key.................................................................................................................289
Special Message Function Key.......................................................................................................290
Half Price Function Key................................................................................................................. 292
Job Batch Function Key................................................................................................................. 295
Open Cash Drawer Function Key..................................................................................................298
Weight Check Function Key.......................................................................................................... 298
TAX Function Key.......................................................................................................................... 298
Inventory Function Key..................................................................................................................298
Date Print Function Key.................................................................................................................299
Search Function Key ......................................................................................................................299
Department Function Key..............................................................................................................300
Login & Logout Function Key....................................................................................................... 301
Main Group List Function Key......................................................................................................303
Past Transaction Function Key......................................................................................................304
Store & Retrieve Function Key......................................................................................................304
Cash In & Cash Out Function Key................................................................................................304
Hot Items Function Key..................................................................................................................304
Reprint Receipt Function Key....................................................................................................... 304
Reprint Last Receipt Function Key...............................................................................................304
Browser Clerk Function Key......................................................................................................... 305
Delete Cust Order Function Key................................................................................................... 305
Browse Sec Key Function Key....................................................................................................... 305
Browse Primary Key Function Key...............................................................................................305
Null Receipt Function Key............................................................................................................. 305
Void Receipt Function Key.............................................................................................................305
Training Function Key...................................................................................................... 305
Batch Report Function Key............................................................................................................305
All Plu Function Key.......................................................................................................................306
Repack Function Key......................................................................................................................306
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Basket Retrieve Function Key........................................................................................................306
Void Label Function Key................................................................................................................306
Tray Function Key.......................................................................................................................... 306
Basket Delete Function Key........................................................................................................... 306
Label View Function Key............................................................................................................... 307
Product Info Function Key.............................................................................................................308
NOTE....................................................................................................................................................................................309
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GENERAL INFORMATION
There are 33 files available for programming. All files are listed below.
PROGRAMMING MODE
PLU
PRESET
PRINT FORMAT
PLU RELATED
IMAGE
COUNTRY
TRAY
BREED
DEPARTMENT
SHOP NAME
KIND
ADVERTISEMENT
INGREDIENT
SPECIAL MESSAGE
PLACE
CLERK
MAIN GROUP
TEXT
PRODUCT INFO
SETUP
TRACEABILITY
TAX
SLAUGHTER
HOUSE
Cutting
hall
Categor
y
SCROLL
MESSAGE
BARCODE
LOOKUP
SCROLL
SEQUENCE
BARCODE
REDIRECT
FLEX
PAYMENT
SCALE FILE
BROWSER
SETTING
BATCH
REPORT
EMAIL
SETTING
PRODUCT
ITEM TYPE
Traceability
PRICE CHANGE
PRODUCT
INFO
LAYOUT
SPECIAL PRICE CHANGE
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1. Entry to Programming Mode
OPERATION
1.
2.
3.
DISPLAY
In MENU Mode
Touch [PROGRAMMING] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
Touch the desired key to go to the desired Programming
Mode. (e.g. PLU RELATED)
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2. Internal Keyboard Displays
The Internal keyboard displays are used for programming text. They can be found in the following places.
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Commodity Name in PLU programming
nd
2 Name in PLU programming
Preset Name in PLU programming
Ingredient in PLU programming
Special Message in PLU programming
Department file in program mode
Main Group file in program mode
Ingredient file in program mode
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Special Message file in program mode
Text file in program mode
Clerk file in program mode
Shop Name file in program mode
Production Place file in program mode
Country Name file in program mode
Slaughter House file in program mode
Cutting Hall file in program mode
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No.
Area /Function
USAGE
1.
Programming Display
Here you can see what you have programmed.
2.
Alphanumeric key
To enter text (alpha, numeric, symbol).
3.
Shift key
To change between characters. (Upper Case, Lower Case, Text Symbol Characters,
numeric & other characters when applicable)
4.
Clear keys
To clear all programmed character at one touch.
5.
Delete keys
To delete programmed character one by one letter.
6.
Space key
To make a space in the text.
7.
Arrow Left & Right key
To go to the left or right side of programmed text. (And when use shift key, the
Arrow key change to Alphanumeric key)
8.
Extent keys
To extent displayed character key. (And when use shift key, the Arrow key change
to Alphanumeric key)
9.
Enter key
To save and exit.
10.
Character key
To change the character size.
11.
Arrow Up & Down keys
To go to the next or previous line.
12.
Remain Character
Shows the remaining number of character that can be entered.
13.
Align
Show where/how to put the name.
14.
Character Size
Shows the character size usage.
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Line
Shows the line number you currently programming.
16.
Split
To split the text for next line
17
Merge
To Merge the text become same line
18
Preview
To view the text programmed for all line
19
Exit key
To exit from internal keyboard layout
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3. File Relationship between Department, Main Group and PLU
DEPARTMENT, MAIN GROUP and PLU are linked as shown below. By linking the files, reports will become
more comprehensible and make after-sales operation more convenient.
Department File
DEPARTMENT file is the largest category, including items such as MEAT, FISH, VEGETABLES,
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 PLU 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-file.
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PLU PROGRAMMING FILES
1. General Notes
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 cannot be programmed.
1.
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7.
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10.
11.
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15.
16.
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18.
19.
20.
PLU
Name
2nd Name
Unit Price / Price
Price Base
Link Traceability
Cost
Link Main Group
Image
Preset Key Name
Weighed/Non-Weighed
Tare / Tray / Quantity
Barcode Type
Barcode Format
Barcode Flag
Item Code
User Programmable Right
Side Data
Label Format
Ingredient
Link Ingredient
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24.
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27.
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39.
Special Message
Link Special Message
Use by Date
Sell by Date
Sell by Time
Pack by Date
Pack by Time
Multilevel Special Sales
Discount
Colli Discount
Multilevel Spc Sales
Discount View
Colli Contents
Special Sales
Level 1 – 4
Type of Discount
Type of Markdown
1st Limit for Discount
Discount within 1st Limit
2nd Limit for Discount
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59.
Discount within 2nd Limit
Discount Day(s) of Week
Start Time
Start Date
End Time
End Date
1st Breakpoint
Point Given
Weight/Pcs
Discount Value
Target Wt/Pcs
Stepping
Image Printing on Label
Reference PLU
Couple PLU
2nd. Price
Price Override
Tax
Storage Temp. 1 & 2
Multi Barcode
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2. Entry to PLU Programming
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
3. Touch [PLU] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed PLU File will be listed in
PLU PROGRAMMING Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing PLU Files using the scroll bar and
to select file for modification
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
4. Enter PLU number. (e.g. 1)
Press [PLU] key at keypad.
Note: This message will appear only if the PLU is
not created before.
5. To create a new PLU, touch [YES] key.
(Procedure to program the PLU, refer to
Program PLU File)
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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3. Program PLU File
There are 5 screens in the PLU file that each has a number of programmable data.
PLU PROGRAMMING 1/4
1) PLU
This key will show the PLU number and it can’t be change.
2) Name Entry (Commodity Name)
Maximum 4 lines can be programmed for Commodity Name and number of lines or maximum
of characters entry is depends on the Character Size entry or size of the print area. If selected
label format without print area for Commodity Name, maximum 1 line of 46 letters can be
entered for printing in receipt.
1) Touch [NAME] key.
2) Enter Commodity Name using the internal keyboard screens.
3) 2nd Name Entry (Commodity Name)
2nd Name is use for Search Function only.
a. Touch [2ND NAME] key.
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b.
Enter 2nd Name using the internal keyboard screens.
4) Unit Price / Price Entry
a. Touch [PRICE] key.
b. Enter Price value by keypad.
5) Traceability Entry
The PLU will be linked to the programmed Traceability type.
a. Touch [TRACE] key.
b. Will open up another page.
c. Touch desired key. (None, Auto or Manual)
d. Example touch [AUTO] key.
e. Touch desired key.
Note: All programmed Traceability will be listed.
6) Cost Entry
Cost is the buying price by store so the Cost value must be equal or less than the Unit Price.
a. Touch [COST] key.
b. Enter Cost Price value by keypad.
7) Link Main Group Number Entry
The PLU will be linked to the programmed Main Group number. If PLU is not linked to a
Main Group, then PLU will be assigned to Main Group number 997 by default.
a. Touch [MG] key.
b. Touch desired Main Group key.
Note: All programmed Main Groups will be listed.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW UP] for more selection.
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8) Price Base Entry
This is the Price Base selection.
a. When select as WEIGHTED, touch [/kg] key. This key will toggle within /kg and /100g.
but for US country always using [/lb]
Note: To enable this function, SPEC142C006 “Selection of Switching of Price Base” (in
W&M/PRICE Spec) must be set to 100g/1kg in advance.
When select as NONWEIGHTED, touch [NONE] key.
c. Touch desired Quantity Symbol.
b.
9) Tare / Tray / Quantity Entry
i) For Weighing Item, the key displayed as Tare Entry key or Tray File selection key, toggled
depend on the SPEC141D056 “Tare from Tray File”
- Tare key is used to enter tare value in PLU and unit is in ‘g’.
a. When select as WEIGHTED, touch [TARE] key.
b. Enter Tare value by keypad.
Note: maximum PLU Tare value is depends on SPEC142B001 “Tare Limit” (in
W&M/TARE Spec)
- Tray File selection key is used to select Tray (tare) file, which must be programmed in
Tray File Programming in advance
Note: To use Tray function SPEC141D056 “Tare from Tray File” in User/Operation Spec must
be set to “Yes”
When select as WEIGHTED, touch [TRAY] key.
b. Select desired tray file from the list.
a.
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ii) For Non-Weighing Item, the key will be Quantity Entry key and is used to enter the
quantity value in PLU for those items printed on Item Label at Prepack Mode.
Note: maximum PLU Tare value is depends on SPEC142B001 “Tare Limit” (in
W&M/TARE Spec)
When select as NONWEIGHTED, touch [QTY] key.
b. Enter Quantity value by keypad.
a.
10) Image Entry
This is the Image selection to be seen on the Registration Preset Key assigned.
a. Touch [IMAGE] key of the Image area.
b. Assign a programmed image by touching desired key.
Note 1: All programmed Image will be listed. And also can select from other group.
Note 2: [EXIT] button if cancel the image selection process without save.
Note 3: [GO TO] for search the image
Note 4: If do not want image touch [CLEAR] key.
Note 5: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW UP] for more image selection.
Note 6: [ENTER] save the image
c.
d.
Touch [CLEAR IMAGE] to clear the image that you had selected
Touch [DEFAULT] to select default image that had programmed
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11) Preset Key Name Entry
The Preset Key Name data will show on preset key assignment for the PLU on Registration
Mode. If not programmed, the Commodity Name will show on the Preset Key of Registration
Mode or Function Key. Maximum one line of 32 characters can be programmed for each
Preset Key Name Data.
a. Touch [PSET NAME] key.
b. Enter Preset Key Name using the internal keyboard screens.
12) Weighted / Non-Weighted Entry
Touch [WEIGHTED/NON-WEIGHTED] key to select the PLU to be in Weight Item or
Non-Weight Item.
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13) Barcode Type Selection
Has three type of selection EAN, EAN + and ITF type.
a. Touch [EAN], [EAN+] or [ITF] key to change between barcode types. The key Display as
‘EAN’ or ‘ITF’ depend on Spec 141A012 “Selection of Default Barcode Type” (in
User/Item Barcode Spec)
14) Barcode Format Entry
Selection of Barcode Format type, ‘EAN FORMAT’ and ‘ITF FORMAT’, if ITF format been
selected, the programming of EAN 5 DIGIT ADD-ON format will not shows on the screen.
a. Touch [BARCODE FORMAT] key.
b. Touch the desired Barcode Format key.
Note: All Barcode Format Type will be listed.
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Refer to Barcode List
Note 1: Default Item Barcode type can be set on SPEC141A000 “Selection of Item Barcode”
(in User/Item Barcode Spec)
Note 2: Print Right Side Data of the Item Barcode can be select on SPEC141A001 “Right
Side Data of Item Barcode” (in User/Item Barcode Spec). The following
selections are available.
 Quantity
 Price (Before Tax / After Tax can be selected)
 Weight
 User Programmable
 Original Price
15) Barcode Flag Entry
The default flag data can be set on SPEC: Data of F1 & F2 (in User/Item Barcode Spec)
and the Flag data consists of one or two digits, which depends on the selected Barcode type.
a. Touch [F1] or [F2] key twice to enter Barcode Flag selection.
b. Touch [M] selection for Manual Entry.
c. Enter Barcode Flag value by keypad.
16) Item Code Entry
Number of digit of Item Code is depends on the Barcode Type selected.
a. Touch [ITEM CODE] key.
b. Enter the Item Code value by keypad.
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17) User Programmable Right Side Data selection
Select type of data to print on right side data (Example: F1F2 CCCCCC XCD XXXX CD, the
bold ‘X’s) of Item Barcode.
Note: SPEC 141A001“Right Side Data of item Barcode” in User Spec Setting must set to
“USER PROGRAMMABLE” to enable this selection
Note: If select Price for SPEC 141A001“Right Side Data of item Barcode”, price data depend
on SPEC 141A002“Right Side Price Data of item Barcode” in User Spec Setting.
a.
Touch [PRICE] key to toggle between Price, Weight, Org Price and Quantity.
18) Label Format Entry
Select label format type for label printing. The item label format 2 for item label can also be
selected.
Note: Default Item Label Format can be set at the SPEC: Default Item Label Format in
Printing Spec of USER SETUP. (Only Free Format label types are available for 2nd
Format)
Touch [LABEL FORMAT] key.
b. Touch desired Format key.
a.
Note: All Label Format Type will be listed.
Refer to Label Format List
19) Ingredient Entry
Ingredient by PLU is the ingredient data programmed in a PLU, and only applied for the PLU.
Maximum 15 lines can be programmed for Ingredient data and number of lines or maximum
of characters entry is depends on the Character Size entry or size of the print area. Individual
Ingredient only can be entered when free format (F1-F99) with ingredient print area is selected
for the PLU.
a. Touch [INGREDIENT] key.
b. Enter Ingredient using the internal keyboard screens.
20) Special Message Entry
Special Message by PLU is the special message data programmed in a PLU, and only applied
for the PLU. Maximum 8 lines can be programmed for Special Message and number of lines
or maximum of characters entry is depends on the Character Size entry or size of the print
area. Individual Special Message data only can be entered when free format (F1-F99) with
special message print area is selected for the PLU.
a. Touch [SPECIAL MSG] key
b. Enter Special Message using the internal keyboard screens.
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21) Ingredient Selection
Select Ingredient selection that had programmed in Ingredient Programming
22) Special Message Selection
Select Special Message selection that had programmed in Special Message Programming
23) Use by Date Entry
Maximum value 999 can be entered and Used by Date will not printed on Label, if selected
Label Format without print area for Used by Date.
a. Touch [DISABLE] key to change to [ENABLE]
b. Enter the Use by Date value by keypad.
24) Sell by Date Entry
Maximum value 999 can be entered and the sources of Sell by Date can be either From
Current Date or From Packed Date.
a. Touch [DISABLE] key to change to [ENABLE]
b. Enter the Sell by Date value by keypad.
c. Touch the [SELL BY DATE] key will toggle within (C.D)-Current Date and (P.D)Packed Date.
25) Sell by Time Entry
Sell by Time is default to RTC (Real Time Clock). It also can be set manually by touching the
[MANUAL/RTC] key once the selection is enabling. Sell by Time will not be printed on
Label, if selected Label Format without print area for Sell by Time.
a. Touch [DISABLE] key to change to [ENABLE]
b. Touch [MANUAL/RTC] key to change to manual time entry.
c. Enter the Sell by Time value by keypad in 24hour format.
26) Pack by Date Entry
Maximum value 999 can be entered.
a. Touch [DISABLE] key to change to [ENABLE]
b. Enter the Pack by Date value by keypad.
27) Pack by Time Entry
Pack by Time is default to RTC (Real Time Clock). It also can be set manually by touching
the [MANUAL/RTC] key once the selection is enabling. Pack by Time will not be printed on
Label, if selected Label Format without print area for Pack by Time.
a. Touch [DISABLE] key to change to [ENABLE]
b. Touch [MANUAL/RTC] key to change to manual time entry.
c. Enter the Pack by Time value by keypad in 24hour format.
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28) Type of Discount Entry
a. Touch [TYPE OF DISCOUNT] key.
b. Touch the desired Type of Discount function.
Note: All Type of Discount will be listed.
Discount Type
No.
29) No Discount
30) Free Item
31)
Unit Pr. Disc
32)
Unit Pr. %Disc
33)
Price Disc
34)
Price. %Disc
35)
Fixed Pr. Disc
Description
Normal procedure without any discount at all.
Non charged item
(Unit price – discount) x Weight/Pcs = item total price,
discount done when it reach the Weight/Pcs limit
(Unit price – %discount) x Weight/PCs = item total price,
discount done when it reach the Weight/PCs limit
Total price – discount = new item total price,
discount done when it reach the Weight/Pcs limit
Total price – %discount = new item total price,
discount done when it reach the Weight/Pcs limit
Fixed Item Total Price for any number of weight/Pcs
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Price Override
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Even if Spec 141D001 “Unit Price Override” (in User/Operation Spec) set to “Allow”,
Price Override depend on PLU Price override setting.
a. Touch [PRICE OVERRIDE] key to select ‘YES’ or ‘NO’.
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2nd Price Entry
2nd price used for temporary change the price (press half function key to change to 2nd price).
a. Touch [2nd PRICE] key.
b. Enter the 2nd Price by using keypad.
38)
Multi Barcode
Multi Barcode is a barcode used for Traceability function, to use the barcode, must create print
area in Free Format programming.
a. Touch [MULTI BARCODE] key.
b.
Touch [M.BARCODE 1] or [M.BARCODE 2] or [TOTAL M.BARCODE 1] or
[TOTAL M.BARCODE 2] and enter value by touch the button selection on screen.
c. Packaging indicator only can add from 1 to 9.
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Product Info
Product Info used for selecting format of printing product information on receipt.
Note: This function Required to program in Product Info Programming in advance, please refer to
Product Info Programming.
a. Touch [PRODUCT INFO] key,
b. Touch desired Product Info format to select. To clear touch [CLEAR] key.
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Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW UP] for more selection.
Note: Touch [CLEAR] key to clear.
Note: Touch [GO TO] to search Product info programming
40)
Text Link
Text is used for printing the fixed data on label such as ‘Unit Price’, ‘Packed Date’ etc and can
printed on a Free Format with Text print area
Note: Touch text area to select text that had programmed in text programming
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IMAGE
Image Printing on Label Entry
Image can be printed on a Free Format with the image print area. Maximum 5 images can be
printed on one label. Image Number can be selected from Master Image’s data programmed
in advance.
a. Touch [IMAGE] key.
b. Touch desired Image and touch [ENTER] key to select. To Clear Touch [CLEAR] key.
c. Enter Group Number by keypad and Press PLU key to select image from other group.
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Note 1: To Program Image for selection, check Image Programming
Note 2: Touch [ARROW DOWN] key to go to the next page to program Image 6 to 10
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Storage Temp 1 & 2
Storage Temperature, where the item storing environment data
a. Touch [STORAGE TEMP.1 (+)] or [STORAGE TEMP.2 (+)] key.
b. Enter the Storage Temperature value by using keypad.
Note: after touched the (+) will change to (-) and reversed.
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Place
This key is used to select the desirable Place data to be printed on item label.
a. Touch [PLACE] function key to enter Place list screen.
b.
Enter any of the place indicators from 1 to 99 or key in the place number by ten key.
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Next
Touch [NEXT] key to go next page other selection
45)
Ref.PLU
When set [YES] It will allow to call Ref PLU in Registration Mode when Reference PLU key
assign in Preset key
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Couple PLU
This function used to call Other PLU when do transaction using Receipt Printing. For Example
In Registration Mode Call PLU #2 with couple PLU #10, It will appear PLU#2, add to clerk it
will auto show PLU#10
Note: For Couple PLU it should non weight item type
47)
Customer Disc
Customer discount used to set allow or disallow use of Customer Discount for the PLU
Touch [CUSTOMER DISC] key to toggle “ALLOW” or “NOT ALLOW”
48)
Auto Copy QTY
To automatically copy the qty for Couple PLU when call PLU
Note: Should Set YES for Couple PLU in PLU programming
For Couple PLU it should non weight item type
49)
Auto Reg Couple
To automatically register / call-up Couple PLU when call PLU with couple PLU
Touch [AUTO-REG COUPLE] key to toggle “YES” or “NO”
50)
51)
Exclude From SUB
Previous
Touch [PREVIOUS] key to back to previous page
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4. Copy a PLU File
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.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In PLU Programming Mode, enter a new PLU
number. (e.g. 11)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Touch the desired PLU data to copy from.
(e.g. PLU 1 - BANANA)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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5. Go To Files
PLU programming provide a fast way to search a PLU within the PLU display, this function is
useful as a user can direct go to desired searched PLU without need to browse screen by
screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In PLU Programming Mode, Enter the PLU
number to be search. (e.g.1)
2. Touch the [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched PLU number will be on the
top listing
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6. Delete a Programmed PLU File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In PLU Programming Mode, enter the PLU
Number to be deleted. (e.g. PLU 5)
Note: Also can browse and touch the PLU name
(without entering the PLU)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the PLU Data is by entering PLU File and touches the DELETE key.
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7. Barcode List
7.1 EAN Barcode Format
Barcode Type
Barcode Type
F1F2 CCCCC XCD XXXX CD
NON BARCODE
F2 CCCCCC XCD XXXX CD
F1X2 CCCCC XCD XXXX CD
F1F2 CCCCC 0 XXXX CD
F1X2 CCCCCC XXXX CD
F1F2 CCCCCC XXXX CD
F1F2 CCCC XCD XXXXX CD
F1F2 CCCCC XXXXX CD
F2 CCCCC XCD XXXXX CD
F2 CCCCCC XXXXX CD
F1F2 CCC XXXXXXX CD
F2 CCCCC XXXXXX CD
F1F2 CC XXXXXXXX CD
F1F2 CCCCCCCCCC CD
CCC WWWW PPPPP CD
F1F2 CCCC XXXXXX CD
NON BARCODE
F1F2 CCCCC CD
F1F2 CCCCC PCD XXXX CD
F2 CC XXXX CD
F: Flag data
C: Item Code number
X: Price or Quantity or Weight or Not Used (selected in USER SETUP)
CD: Check digit
7.2 ITF Barcode Format
Barcode Type
Barcode Type
FF CCCCC XXXX WWWW CD
NON BARCODE
F2 CCCCCC XXXX WWWW CD
FX CCCCC XXXX WWWW CD
0FF CCCCC 0 XXXX WWWW CD
0FX CCCCCC XXXX WWWW CD
0FF CCCCCC XXXX WWWW CD
0FF CCCC XXXXX WWWWW CD
FF CCCCC XXXXX WWWWW CD
0F CCCCC XXXXX WWWWW CD
F CCCCCC XXXXX WWWWW CD
FF CCC XXXXXXX WWWWWWW CD
0F CCCCC XXXXXX WWWWWW CD
0FF CC XXXXXXXX WWWWWWWW CD
0FF CCCCCCCCCC CD
0CCC WWWW PPPPP CD
0FF CCCC XXXXXX WWWWWW CD
CCCCCCC XXXXXXX
FF CCCCC CD
FF CCCCC XXXX WWWW CD
F CC XXXX WWWW CD
W’s – will be Weight for Weigh Item or Quantity for Non-Weigh Item
X’s – can be Quantity, Price, Weight or User Programmable depending on spec setting.
If spec is set to User Programmable, the last byte of EAN Data (7 th byte) determines.
X’s definitions as follow:
P’s – will be Price for Weigh Item or Non-Weigh Item
LAST BYTE OF EAN DATA X’s
?0(HEX)
PRICE
?1(HEX)
WEIGHT
?2(HEX)
QUANTITY
?3(HEX)
ORIGINAL PRICE
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8. Label Format List
The table shown below is Standard Label Format List.
Note: F1 to F99 are available only when free format is programmed and operator sets the size.
For Standard
Label Size (mm)
Label Format
1
Label Format
2
Default
Label size set in the
specification setting
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
T1
60 x 26
T2
60 x 29
T3
60 x 32
T4
60 x 37
T5
60 x 40
T6
60 x 43
T7
60 x 45
T8
60 x 51
T9
60 x 34
T10
60 x 37
T11
60 x 40
T12
60 x 45
S
60 x 57
A
60 x 26
B
60 x 43
C
60 x 43
F1
--
F2
--
F3
--
F4
--
F5
--
F6
--
F7
--
F8
--
F9 ~ F99
--
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

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





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






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
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


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PRESET KEY ASSIGNMENT
1. General Information
The Preset Keys assignment of PLU and Function keys can speed up the operation in
REGISTRATION MODE. There are four kinds of preset keys layout:
• PRIMARY KEYS LAYOUT
• SECONDARY KEYS LAYOUT
• ACCUMULATION LAYOUT
• CHANGE MODE LAYOUT
Preset Key Assignment structure:
2. Preset Key Layout
2.1 Primary Key Layout
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2.3 Accumulation key Layout
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2.4 Change Mode key Layout
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3.
Entry to Preset Key Programming
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
4. Enter Group number and press PLU key at
keypad. (e.g. 0)
Note: Allow setting any group number for preset
key. Preset key group display in registration
Mode depend on Scale File Setting under
Programming (Preset Key Grouping
Number)
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4.
Programming of Preset Keys
4.1 Primary Key Programming
There are 12 pages of preset keys in Primary Keys Programming Mode. In this mode allow
assigning maximum of 400 preset keys and it is divided into two sections, whereby the first
section can assign 200 keys for all the PLU and other Functions Keys and the second section
can assign 200 keys only for Clerk and Function Keys, (refer to 2.1 Primary Key Layout).
Usually in the first section, only PLU is being assigned and other Function Keys are being
assigned either in the second section or in Secondary Keys.
4.1.1 Program Group Name for Preset Key
It is advisable to program the Group Name first before doing the Preset Key Assign. Up
to 10 Group can be program and this Group Function helps to group the preset key.
Example: Group 1 is to assign PLU and Group 2 is to assign all the Functions.
Maximum 16 characters can be entered for the Group Name with 1 line.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
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3. Touch [PLU] key select the word GROUP
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
4. Touch [BROWSER] key, to select Group
number
5. Then touch desired group number
(e.g. 1)
Note: Also allow to just Enter the Group number
from 1 to 10 by the keypad without need to
browse.
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6. Touch [Abc] key to enter the Group Name by
touching desired characters keys. (e.g. GROUP
# 1)
7. Touch [ENTER] key when finished
programming.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
Note 2: To continue programming the Group Name
repeat step 4 to 7
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4.1.2 PLU Assignment
PLU can be assigned to a preset key to call up PLU data by pressing the assigned preset
key in Registration Mode. There are two methods to assign PLU on preset key.
Note: Non-existing PLU Number cannot be assigned.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing PLU
Number by using the keypad.
Enter the PLU Number by the keypad. (e.g. 1)
Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #1, Column #1)
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DISPLAY
4. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
PLU Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
PLU Data.
Note: Touch
or
key for more selection.
5. Touch the desired PLU key.
(e.g. PLU 10 – GREEN APPLE1)
6. Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #2, Column #5)
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7. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.1.3 Function Assignment
Function keys are used to change the original programmed data (Example: Unit Price,
Sell by Date, etc…) at one touch operation, when issuing labels. Using Function keys,
operators can issue necessary labels speedier, convenient without resetting the data.
There are two methods to assign Function on preset key.
Note: Non-existing Function Number cannot be assigned.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3. Touch [PLU] key select the word FUNCTION
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
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DISPLAY
4. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Function Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Function Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 238 for BROWSE SEC KEY)
Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #3, Column #5)
5. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Function.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Function.
Note: Touch
or
key for more selection.
6. Touch the desired Function key.
(e.g. Function 8 – QUANTITY SYMBOL)
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7. Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #1, Column #1 Page 2)
Note: Touch [NEXT] key under Manual key to
next page.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
8. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
Note: More detail regarding Functions Available at Preset Function Keys.
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4.1.4 Department Assignment
Department can be assigned to a preset key to call up Department data by pressing the
assigned preset key in Registration Mode. There are two methods to assign Department
on preset key.
Note: Non-existing Department Number cannot be assigned.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3. Touch [PLU] key select the word DEPT display
on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
.
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DISPLAY
4. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Department Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Department Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 1: FRUITS)
Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #3, Column #1)
5. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Department Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Department Data.
Note: Touch
or
key for more selection.
6. Touch the desired Department key.
(e.g. Dept 3 - BEEF)
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7. Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #2, Column #4)
8. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.1.5 Group Assignment
Group can be assigned to a preset key to view or select the preset key under the Group
Number by pressing the assigned preset key in Registration Mode. There are two
methods to assign Group on preset key.
Note: Non-existing Group Number cannot be assigned.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3. Touch [PLU] key select the word GROUP
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
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DISPLAY
4. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Group Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Group Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 3)
Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #3, Column #2)
5. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Group Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Group Data.
Note: Touch
or
key for more selection.
6. Touch the desired Group key. (e.g. Group 1)
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DISPLAY
7. Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #5, Column #4)
Note: touch NEXT button go to Page 2
8. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.1.6 Clerk Assignment
Clerk key is used to accumulate the sales data of the operator that has been assigned for
the Clerk key. There are 4 default Clerk keys (9995 [+A] key, 9996 [+B] key, 9997
[+C] key & 9998 [+D] key). If you want to use other Clerk keys, you need to program
the Clerk key and assign on preset keys in advance. There are two methods to assign
PLU on preset key.
Note: Non-existing Clerk Number cannot be assigned.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3. Touch [PLU] key select the word CLERK
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
.
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DISPLAY
4. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing Clerk
Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Clerk Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 5)
Touch the desired preset key.
5. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Clerk Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Clerk Data.
Note: Touch
or
key for more selection
6. Touch the desired Clerk key. (e.g. Clerk 7 DAVIDSON)
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7. Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #3, Column #4)
8. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.1.7 Main Group Assignment
Main Group can be assigned to a preset key to call up Main Group data by pressing the
assigned preset key in Registration Mode. There are two methods to assign Main
Group on preset key.
Note: Non-existing Main Group Number cannot be assigned.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3. Touch [PLU] key until the word MG display on
the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
.
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4. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing Main
Group Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Main Group Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 1)
Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #13, Column #3)
5. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Main Group Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Main Group Data.
Note: Touch
or
key for more selection.
6. Touch the desired Main Group key. (e.g.
LEAVES)
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7. Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #3, Column #4)
8. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.1.8 Tare Assignment
Tare value can be assigned to a preset key for call up Tare data by pressing the assigned
preset key in Registration Mode.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
Menu Mode ~> Programming ~> PLU Related
~> Preset key.
In Preset Key Programming, Enter group number
and press PLU key (e.g.: 0).
Note: Adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size.
2.
Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3.
Touch [PLU] key until the word TARE display
on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
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4.
DISPLAY
Assign by entering the existing actual tare value
by using the keypad.
Enter the actual tare value by the keypad (e.g.
100).
Touch the desired preset key (e.g. Row #1,
Column #2).
5.
Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.1.9 Surcharge Assignment
Surcharge amount can be assigned to a preset key for call up Surcharge data by pressing
the assigned preset key in Registration Mode.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
Menu Mode ~> Programming ~> PLU Related
~> Preset key.
In Preset Key Programming, Enter group number
and press PLU key (e.g.: 0).
Note: Adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size.
2.
Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3.
Touch [PLU] key until the word SURCHARGE
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
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4.
DISPLAY
Assign by entering the existing actual tare value
by using the keypad.
Enter the actual surcharge amountby the
keypad (e.g. 500).
Touch the desired preset key (e.g. Row #1,
Column #3).
5.
Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.1.10 Label Format Assignment
Label Format can be assigned to a preset key for change label format data by pressing
the assigned preset key in Registration Mode.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
Menu Mode ~> Programming ~> PLU Related
~> Preset key.
In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key (e.g.: 0).
Note: Adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size.
2.
Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3.
Touch [PLU] key until the word LABEL
FORMAT display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
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4. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Label Format Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Main Group Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 2)
Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #1, Column #4)
5. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Label Format Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Main Group Data.
Note: Touch
or
key for more selection.
6. Touch the desired preset key.
(e.g. Row #1, Column #4)
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7. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.1.11 COLOR Assignment
COLOR selection has purposed to change color preset key in Registration Mode.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
Menu Mode ~> Programming ~> PLU Related
~> Preset key.
In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key (e.g.: 0).
Note: Adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size.
2.
Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3.
Touch [PLU] key until the word LABEL
FORMAT display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
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4. Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
COLOR and select the color.(e.g. GREEN)
Note : Press [SAVE] key to save the selection
and back to PRIMARY KEYS mode
Press [ESC]key to back PRIMARY KEYS
mode without saving the color
5.
Assign the color to preset key e.g. BANANA Key.
It will change the color key’s to GREEN
Note : [CLEAR COLOR] key purpose to
clear color selection and if assign to
preset key, it will change the color key
to default color
6. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.2 Secondary Key Programming
There are 3 pages of preset keys in Secondary Keys Programming Mode. In this mode allow
assigning maximum of 10 preset keys for the entire PLU and other Functions Keys (refer to
2.2 Secondary Key Layout). Usually in Secondary Keys, Function and other Functions Keys
is being assigned. In Registration Mode, Secondary Key can be select by using the
FUNCTION key on top of the numeric keys. There are two methods to assign PLU and
other Functions on preset key.
Note: Non-existing PLU and Function Numbers cannot be assigned.
4.2.1 PLU and other Function Assignment
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [SECONDARY KEYS] key.
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3. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing PLU
Number by using the keypad.
Enter the PLU Number by the keypad. (e.g. 6)
Touch the desired preset key.
4. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
PLU Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
PLU Data.
Touch the desired PLU key. (e.g. PLU 11–EGG
PLANT)
Touch the desired preset key.
5. Touch [PLU] key select the word
[FUNCTION] display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR.
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6. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Function Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Function Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 208 for LOGIN)
Touch the desired preset key.
7. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Function.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Function.
Note: make sure start the browse from 0 if not
will list out from the number will put.
Touch the desired Function key. (e.g. LOGOUT
209)
Touch the desired preset key.
8. Touch [PLU] key select the word DEPT display
on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR.
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9. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Department Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Department Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 2)
Touch the desired preset key.
10. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Department Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Dept Data.
Touch the desired Dept key. (e.g. Dept 2 MEAT)
Touch the desired preset key.
11. Touch [PLU] key select the word GROUP
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
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12. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Group Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Group Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 3)
Touch the desired preset key.
13. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Group Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Group Data.
Touch the desired Group key. (e.g. Group 1)
Touch the desired preset key.
14. Touch [PLU] key until the word MG display on
the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR.
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15. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing Main
Group Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Main Group Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 3)
Touch the desired preset key.
Note: If page 1 already full touch on [NEXT]
button for select page 2 for more assigning
place.
16. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Main Group Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
MG Data.
Touch the desired Main Group key. (e.g.
SMALL)
Touch the desired preset key.
17. Touch [PLU] key select the word TARE
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
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18. Assign by entering the Tare Number by using
the keypad.
Enter the tare Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 5)
Touch the desired preset key.
19. Touch [PLU] key select the word
SURCHARGE display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
20. Assign by entering the SURCHARGE amount
by using the keypad.
Enter the Surcharge Per by the keypad.
(e.g. 2.00)
Touch the desired preset key.
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21. Touch [PLU] key until the word LABEL
FORMAT display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR.
22. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Label Format Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Label format Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 1 = For1)
Touch the desired preset key.
Note: If page 1 already full touch on [NEXT]
button for select page 2 for more assigning
place.
23. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Label Format Data.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Label Format Data.
Touch the desired Label Format key. (e.g.
FREE 23)
Touch the desired preset key.
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24. Touch [PLU] key select the word COLOR
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, MG, TARE,
SURCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT, and
COLOR
25. Assign by browsing the COLOR the existing
color.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
color
Touch the desired color (e.g. yellow)
Note : Press [SAVE] key to save the selection
and back to PRIMARY KEYS mode
Press [ESC]key to back PRIMARY KEYS
mode without saving the color
26. Touch the desired preset key that had assigned
(e.g. Preset key for Free23)
The COLOR Key will change to yellow
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Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.3 Accumulation Key Programming
There is 1 page of preset keys in Accumulation Keys Programming Mode. In this mode
allow assigning maximum of 5 preset keys for Functions Keys and Flex_Func only, (refer to
2.3 Accumulation Key Layout). In Registration Mode, Accumulation Key can be use in the
Accumulation Mode. There are two methods to assign Functions on preset key.
Note: Non-existing Function Numbers cannot be assigned.
4.3.1 Function Assignment
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [ACCUMULATION] key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key for the following
selection, FUNCTION, FLEX_FUNC.
COLOR
4. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Function Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Function Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 41 for VOID PLU)
Touch the desired preset key.
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5. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Function.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Function.
6. Touch the desired Function key.
(e.g. Function 216 – VOID ITEM)
7. Touch the desired preset key.
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8. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.3.2 Flex_Function Assignment
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [ACCUMULATION] key.
3. Touch [FUNCTION] key select the word
FLEX_FUNC display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key for the following
selection, FUNCTION & FLEX_FUNC
(cannot be assign because not discount type).
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4. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.3.2 Color Assignment
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [ACCUMULATION] key.
3. Touch [FUNCTION] key select the word
COLOR display on the key.
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4. Assign by browsing the COLOR the existing
color.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
color
Touch the desired color (e.g. Green)
Note : Press [SAVE] key to save the selection
and back to ACCUMULATION mode
Press [ESC]key to back
ACCUMULATION mode without saving
the color
5. Touch the desired preset key that had assigned
(e.g. VOID ITEM)
The COLOR Key will change to Green
6. Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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4.4 Change Mode key Programming
There are 2 pages of preset keys in Change Mode Keys Programming Mode. In this mode
allow assigning maximum of 200 preset keys for all the PLU and other Functions Keys,
(refer to 2.4 Change Mode Key Layout).
Note: Non-existing PLU and Function Numbers cannot be assigned.
4.4.1 Flex_Func Assignment
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [CHANGE MODE KEYS] key.
3. Touch the word [FLEX_FUNC] display on the
key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key only show
FLEX_FUNC and COLOR.
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4. Method 1: Assign by entering the existing
Flex_Function Number by using the keypad.
Enter the Flex_Function Number by the keypad.
(e.g. 98 for CHANGE)
Touch the desired preset key.
5. Method 2: Assign by browsing the existing
Flex_Function.
Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
Flex_Function.
6. Touch the desired Flex_Function key.
(e.g. Flex_Function 99 PRINT)
Touch the desired preset key.
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7. Touch [FLEX_FUNC] key select the word
COLOR display on the key.
8. Touch [BROWSE] key to browse the existing
color
Touch the desired color (e.g. Blue)
Note : Press [SAVE] key to save the selection
and back to FLEX_FUNC KEYS mode
Press [ESC]key to back FLEX_FUNC
KEYS mode without saving the color
7. Touch the desired preset key that had assigned
(e.g. PRT key)
The COLOR Key will change to Green
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Press [X] key at keypad to exit to keys selection
mode.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode
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5. Clear Assigned Preset Key
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Preset Key Programming, Enter group
number and press PLU key. (e.g. 0)
Note: adjust Primary keys, Secondary keys and
Accumulation keys to desired display size
2. Touch [PRIMARY KEYS] key.
3. Touch [PLU] key select the word FUNCTION
display on the key.
Note: [DATA TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, PLU, FUNCTION,
DEPT, GROUP, CLERK, MG, TARE,
SUCHARGE, LABEL FORMAT and
COLOR
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4. Touch the desired preset key to be deleted/clear.
(e.g. Preset Key Row #1, Column #5)
Note 1: Press [X] key at keypad to exit to the keys
selection mode.
Note 2: Touch [MENU] key to exit to the
Programming Mode.
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PRINT FORMAT
The Free Format enables you to design your own label formats, by setting print angles, print positions
and the character size of the programmable items. You can create new formats by copying an existing
label format and use it as a base or make a totally new label format within the limits of the label size.
1. General Information
Labels 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.
• Visual screen editing or numeric data setting performs layout creation.
• Print position of each item is programmed using mm or dots.
• One Item Label or one Total Label is available for each Free Format number (F1 ~ F8).
• 4 Print Angles can be set for all item data: 0, 90, 180 and 270 degrees.
2. Print Area, Print Position and Print Angles
All changeable item data should be programmed 10mm below form the top of the label. The top
10mm 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 point (X = 0, Y = 0) to
the base position of the data position ( point on schematic 3 below). The X, Y values need
to be entered by mm.
• 1 dot (horizontal)
=
0.135mm
• 1 dot (vertical)
=
0.155mm
2.1 Print Area
The drawing shows two labels. The gray area is the area that will be printed in one print
operation. The top 10mm of the label should be reserved for Item Data that is invariable,
such as Shop Name. You should not position Item data closer than 1mm to the edges of the
label.
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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).
Example: (measurement is in mm)
X=5 Y=4
The Item data is first moved 5mm to the right, then 4mm up.
2.3 Print Angles
Print angle of each Print Item data can be selected from 4 different angles, 0 degree, 90
degree,
180 degree and 270 degree.
The drawing below shows the direction the item data is facing at the different angles.
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3. Entry to Free Format Programming
There are 2 types of label:
• Item Label:
The Item Label can be programmed with up to 72 different item data and
is used for printing single transactions at Manual Mode and Prepack
Mode.
• Total Label: The Total Label can be programmed with up to 23 different item data and
is used for printing multiple transaction labels for counter sales at Manual
Mode, Sub Totals and Grand Totals at Prepack Mode.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key [to enter to
Programming Mode.
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3. Touch [PRINTFMT] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Free Format File will be
listed in FREE FORMAT
PROGRAMMING Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing Format/Free Format Files using
the scroll bar and to select file for
modification.
4. Enter a new Free Format number. (e.g. 5 – F5)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
5. Touch the desired Label Format data to copy
from. (e.g. T12)
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6. If to create a format used for Item Label, touch
[ITEM LABEL] key to enter Item Free Format
screen.
Note: If necessary to change Width or Height
value, touch the desired key area and enter
the value by keypad.
7. Press [PLU] key to enter, follow by touch
[FIELDS] folder to select the item data.
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: To save data, touch [DISPLAY] folder and
touch [SAVE] key.
8. If to create a format used for Total Label, touch
[TOTAL LABEL] key to enter Total Free
Format screen.
Note: If necessary to change Width or Height
value, touch the desired key area and enter
the value by keypad.
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9. Press [PLU] key to enter, follow by touch
[FIELDS] folder to select the item data.
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: To save data, touch [DISPLAY] folder
and touch [SAVE] key.
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4. Test Printing
You can print a sample label with all the print areas of programmed items to show the positions
and sizes.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Item Free Format mode, under [DISPLAY]
folder.
2. Touch [PRINT] key to print out label.
3. Touch [MENU] key to return to Programming
Mode.
Note: A message “Do you want to save before exit
to main menu?” will appear.
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4. Touch the desired key.
Note:
Touch [SAVE] key to exit with saving data.
Touch [QUIT] key to exit without saving
data.
Touch [CANCEL] key to return back to the
previous Free Format page.
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5. Item Data Positioning
The following item data listed below is the full list of the items possible to program on a Free
Format.
The method of setting the numerous Item data differs and is therefore grouped into 5 types.
Item Label Format
Item Data
Type
Item Data
Type
PLU No.
1
Original Price
1
Item Price Before Tax
1
Original Unit Price
1
Unit Price
1
Frame 1 ~ 10
6
Weight
1
Image 1 ~ 10
4
Quantity
1
Text 1 ~ 16
5
Packed Date
1
Born
1
Packed Time
1
Fatten
1
Commodity Name
2
Slaughter House
1
Quantity Symbol
1
Cutting Hall
1
Sell By Date
1
Reference
1
Sell By Time
1
Origin
1
Barcode
3
Multi Barcode1
7
Shop Name
2
Multi Barcode 2
7
Discount Value
1
Temperature
1
Used By Date
1
Serial Number
1
Logo
2
Gross Weight
1
Main Group Code
1
Rewrap
1
Department Code
1
KIND
1
Scale Number
1
Category
1
Ingredients
Special Message
Item Price After Tax
Item Tax Rate
Clerk Code
Tare
Place
Average Price
Average Weight
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Breed
Contact
GTIN
Supplier Code
Supplier Name
Supplier Address 1
Supplier Address 2
Traceability ID
2nd Unit Price
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Total Label Format
Item Data
Type
Item Data
Type
PLU No.
1
TT Tittle
1
Pack Date
1
Barcode
3
Weight
1
Clerk
1
Quantity
1
TEXT 17 ~ 20
5
QTY Unit
1
Multi Barcode 1
7
Price after tax
1
Multi Barcode 2
7
Pack time
1
Serial No
1
Programmable Data
Type1
Type2
Type3
Type4
Type5
Type6
Type7
X Position
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Y Position
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Angle
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
Status
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Character Size
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
Width
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
Height
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
Image Link
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
Text Link
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
Thicknet dot
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
Multi Barcode Link
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
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5.1 Type 1 Data Setting
The Type 1 data setting is the numeric and fixed data. The position of Type 1 item data is
decided by X, Y values, character size, angle and status. 10 different character sizes are
available. The size of the print area varies according to the character size selected.
Example: Procedure to set PLU NO.
OPERATION
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1. In Item Free Format mode, under [FIELDS]
folder, select the item data. (e.g. PLU NO)
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: Touch the selected item field; display will
automatically go to DATA folder.
2. Touch [X AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 38)
3. Touch [Y AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 14)
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4. Touch [CHARSIZE] key.
Note: All Character Size will be listed
5. Touch the desired character size. (e.g. M3)
6. Touch [STATUS] key until the word PRINT
display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
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7. Touch [DISPLAY] folder to view the
programmed screen.
Note: In this Display Mode, character size, position
and angle still allowed to be changed.
(Refer to Note 1.)
8. Touch [SAVE] key to store the data. Will
prompt out message “4357 Saving In Progress”
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit without saving
the data. A message “Do you want to save
before exit to main menu?” will appear.
Then touch the desired key.
Note 1: Touch [CHARSIZE] key for character size selection.
Touch [X1] key for movement interval selection (X1, X10 & X50) and use [UP], [DOWN], [LEFT]
and [RIGHT] key to move the position of the programmed item data.
Touch [ANGLE] key for angle selection (0, 90, 180 & 270).
Touch [ARROW UP] or [ARROW DOWN] key to move the screen up and down.
Touch Item and drag to change the position.
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The Type 2 data setting is the positioning of alphanumeric data. The positioning of Type 2
data is decided by X, Y values, height, width, angle and status. The height and width decides
the print area size as shown below.
Note: The number of lines printed on the label will depend on the selected character size and the size
of the programmed print area.
Example: Procedure to set Ingredient.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Item Free Format mode, under [FIELDS]
folder, select the item data. (e.g. Ingredient)
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: Touch the selected item field; display will
automatically go to DATA folder.
2. Touch [X AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 2)
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3. Touch [Y AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 24)
4. Touch [WIDTH] key and enter the value by
keypad.
(e.g. 57)
5. Touch [HEIGHT] key and enter the value by
keypad.
(e.g. 13)
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6. Touch [STATUS] key until the word PRINT
display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
7. Touch [DISPLAY] folder to view the
programmed screen.
Note: In this Display Mode, position, width, height
and angle still allowed to be changed.
(Refer to Note 1.)
8. Touch [SAVE] key to store the data with
message “4367 Saving in Progress”
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit without saving
the data. A message “Do you want to save
before exit to main menu?” will appear.
Then touch the desired key.
Note 1: Touch [W/H] key for switching key between [X/Y] and [W/H].
Touch [X1] key for movement interval selection (X1, X10 & X50) and use [UP], [DOWN], [LEFT]
and [RIGHT] key to move the position of the programmed item data.
Touch [ANGLE] key for angle selection (0, 90, 180 & 270).
Touch [ARROW UP] or [ARROW DOWN] key to move the screen up and down.
Touch Item and drag to change the position.
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The Type 3 data setting is the barcode. Barcode position is decided by X, Y values.
Example: Procedure to set Barcode.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Item Free Format mode, under [FIELDS]
folder, select the item data. (e.g. Barcode)
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: Touch the selected item field; display will
automatically go to DATA folder.
2. Touch [X AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 2)
3. Touch [Y AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 1)
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4. Touch [HT] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 16)
5. Touch [STATUS] key until the word PRINT
display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
6. Touch [DISPLAY] folder to view the
programmed screen.
Note: In this Display Mode, position, width, height
and angle still allowed to be changed.
(Refer to Note 1.)
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7. Touch [SAVE] key to store the data. with
message “4367 Saving in Progress”
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit without saving
the data. A message “Do you want to save
before exit to main menu?” will appear.
Then touch the desired key.
Note 1: Touch [W/H] key for switching key between [X/Y] and [W/H].
Touch [X1] key for movement interval selection (X1, X10 & X50) and use [UP], [DOWN], [LEFT]
and [RIGHT] key to move the position of the programmed item data.
Touch [ANGLE] key for angle selection (0, 90, 180 & 270).
Touch [ARROW UP] or [ARROW DOWN] key to move the screen up and down.
Touch Item and drag to change the position.
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The Type 4 data setting is the image. The position of the image is decided by X, Y values.
The print area is decided by setting of Height and Width. Up to 10 images can be set per
format.
Example: Procedure to set Image.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Item Free Format mode, under [FIELDS]
folder, select the item data. (e.g. Image 1)
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: Touch the selected item field; display will
automatically go to DATA folder.
2. Touch [X AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 35)
3. Touch [Y AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 24)
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4. Touch [WT] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 21)
5. Touch [HT] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 13)
6. Touch [STATUS] key until the word PRINT
display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
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7. Touch [DISPLAY] folder to view the
programmed screen.
Note: In this Display Mode, position, width, height
and angle still allowed to be changed.
(Refer to Note 1.)
8. Touch [SAVE] key to store the data with
message “4367 Saving in Progress”
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit without saving
the data. A message “Do you want to save
before exit to main menu?” will appear.
Then touch the desired key.
Note 1: Touch [W/H] key for switching key between [X/Y] and [W/H].
Touch [X1] key for movement interval selection (X1, X10 & X50) and use [UP], [DOWN], [LEFT]
and [RIGHT] key to move the position of the programmed item data.
Touch [ANGLE] key for angle selection (0, 90, 180 & 270).
Touch [IMAGE LINK] to select the image.
Touch [ARROW UP] or [ARROW DOWN] key to move the screen up and down.
Touch Item and drag to change the position.
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The Type 5 data setting is the text. The position of the image is decided by X, Y values. The
print area is decided by setting of Height and Width. Up to 16 texts can be set per format on
item label format and 5 texts on Total Label format
Example: Procedure to set Image.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Item Free Format mode, under [FIELDS]
folder, select the item data. (e.g. Text 1)
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: Touch the selected item field; display will
automatically go to DATA folder.
2. Touch [X AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 2)
3. Touch [Y AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 15)
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4. Touch [WT] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 25)
5. Touch [HT] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 10)
6. Touch [STATUS] key until the word PRINT
display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
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7. Touch [DISPLAY] folder to view the
programmed screen.
Note: In this Display Mode, position, width, height
and angle still allowed to be changed.
(Refer to Note 1.)
8. Touch [SAVE] key to store the data with
message “4367 Saving in Progress”
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit without saving
the data. A message “Do you want to save
before exit to main menu?” will appear.
Then touch the desired key.
Note 1: Touch [W/H] key for switching key between [X/Y] and [W/H].
Touch [X1] key for movement interval selection (X1, X10 & X50) and use [UP], [DOWN], [LEFT]
and [RIGHT] key to move the position of the programmed item data.
Touch [ANGLE] key for angle selection (0, 90, 180 & 270).
Touch [TEXT LINK] to select the default text that had programmed in advance.
Touch [ARROW UP] or [ARROW DOWN] key to move the screen up and down.
Touch Item and drag to change the position.
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5.6 Type 6 Data Setting
The Type 6 data setting is frame. The frame file is used for decorating the Free Format label.
10 frames can be set per Format. You can make boxes and lines that limit features on the
label, emphasize important information or just make the label more comprehensible. Each 4
different data X, Y values, X, Y-Diagonals, Thickness of line and Print Status.
The SM 5500 will automatically make a box using the diagonal a guideline.
If X1 and X diagonal is set to the same
If Y1 and Y diagonal is set to the same
Example: Procedure to set Frame.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Item Free Format mode, under [FIELDS]
folder, select the item data. (e.g. Frame 1)
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: Touch the selected item field; display will
automatically go to DATA folder.
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2. Touch [X1] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 37)
3. Touch [Y1] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 24)
4. Touch [X2] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 59)
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5. Touch [Y2] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 41)
6. Touch [THICKNESS] key and enter the value
by keypad. (e.g. 5)
7. Touch [STATUS] key until the word PRINT
display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
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8. Touch [DISPLAY] folder to view the
programmed screen.
Note: In this Display Mode, position, width and
height still allowed to be changed.
(Refer to Note 1.)
9. Touch [SAVE] key to store the data with
message “4367 Saving in Progress”
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit without saving
the data. A message “Do you want to save
before exit to main menu?” will appear.
Then touch the desired key.
Note 1: Touch [W/H] key for switching key between [X/Y] and [W/H].
Touch [X1] key for movement interval selection (X1, X10 & X50) and use [UP], [DOWN], [LEFT]
and [RIGHT] key to move the position of the programmed item data.
Touch [ARROW UP] or [ARROW DOWN] key to move the screen up and down.
Touch Item and drag to change the position.
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The Type 7 data setting is the Multibarcode. Barcode position is decided by X, Y values.
Procedure to set Multi barcode
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Item Free Format mode, under [FIELDS]
folder, select the item data. (e.g. Multi
Barcode1)
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: Touch the selected item field; display will
automatically go to DATA folder.
2. Touch [X AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 2)
3. Touch [Y AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 1)
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4. Touch [HT] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 16)
5. Touch [STATUS] key until the word PRINT
display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
6. Touch [DISPLAY] folder to view the
programmed screen.
Note: In this Display Mode, position, width, height
and angle still allowed to be changed.
(Refer to Note 1.)
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7. Touch [SAVE] key to store the data. with
message “4367 Saving in Progress”
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit without saving
the data. A message “Do you want to save
before exit to main menu?” will appear.
Then touch the desired key.
Note 1: Touch [W/H] key for switching key between [X/Y] and [W/H].
Touch [X1] key for movement interval selection (X1, X10 & X50) and use [UP], [DOWN], [LEFT]
and [RIGHT] key to move the position of the programmed item data.
Touch [ANGLE] key for angle selection (0, 90, 180 & 270).
Touch [ARROW UP] or [ARROW DOWN] key to move the screen up and down.
Touch Item and drag to change the position.
Entry Number of Multibarcode that had programmed
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6. Create a Format by Modifying an Existing Format
You can create your desired label format by copying an existing format and modifying it to your
needs. Following is an example of how to customize standard format T7 to your needs. E.g. add
an ingredient text and remove the PLU# from the standard Item Label Format.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In PROGRAMMING MODE, touch
[PRINTFMT] key to enter to Free Format
Programming.
2. Enter a new Free Format number. (e.g. 6 – F6)
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3. Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
4. Touch the desired Label Format data to copy
from. (e.g. T8)
5. Touch [ITEM LABEL] key to enter Item Free
Format screen.
Note: If necessary to change Width or Height
value, touch the desired key area and enter
the value by numeric key.
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6. Press [PLU] key at keypad.
7. Touch [COMMODITY] print area to change the
Commodity Name position and size.
Note: In order to position a print area for
Ingredient, Commodity Name print area must
be made smaller and moved to a new
position, to make space for the Ingredient
print area.
8. Touch [DATA] tab.
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9. Touch [Y AXIS] key and enter the new Y Axis
position of diagonal point by keypad. (e.g. 31)
10. Touch [HEIGHT] key and enter the new Height
value by keypad. (e.g. 10)
11. Touch [DISPLAY] tab to view the programmed
screen.
Note: Adjust the position of Commodity Name if
necessary.
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12. Touch [FIELDS] tab and select the item data of
Ingredients.
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: Touch the selected item field; display will
automatically go to DATA folder.
13. Touch [X AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 2)
14. Touch [Y AXIS] key and enter the value by
keypad. (e.g. 21)
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15. Touch [WT] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 57)
16. Touch [HT] key and enter the value by keypad.
(e.g. 10)
17. Touch [STATUS] key until the word PRINT
display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
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18. Touch [DISPLAY] tab to view the programmed
screen.
19. Touch the [QTY UNIT] print area.
20. Touch [DATA] tab.
Touch [STATUS] key until the word NO
PRINT display on the key.
Note: [STATUS] key will toggle for the following
selection, NONWEIGHT, WEIGHT,
PRINT and NO PRINT.
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21. Touch [DISPLAY] tab to view the programmed
screen.
22. Touch [SAVE] key to store the data with
message “4367 Saving in Progress”
Note: Touch [MENU] key to exit without saving
the data. A message “Do you want to save
before exit to main menu?” will appear.
Then touch the desired key.
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7. Search a Free Format File
Free Format programming provide a fast way to search a Free Format within the Free Format
display, this function is useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Free Format without
need to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Free Format Programming Mode, Enter the
Free Format number to be search. (e.g.6)
2. Touch the [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Free Format number will be top
listed
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8. Delete a Programmed Free Format File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Free Format Programming Mode, enter the
Free Format Number to be deleted. (e.g. 20)
Note: Also can browse and touch the free format
name (without entering the free format)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Free Format Data is by entering Free Format File and touches the
DELETE key.
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DEPARTMENT FILE
Department Name file is used for categorizing Main Groups. Department Number between 1 ~ 97 are available for
programming. Department Number 97 is automatically assigned to Main Groups that are not linked to any Department.
Maximum 16 characters can be entered per Department and with 1 line.
Note: Department Number 98 – 99 is set by default:
1 Non-PLU data (Weighing items) will be assigned to Department Number 98.
2 Non-PLU data (Non-Weighed items) will be assigned to Department number 99.
3 The Department names programmed are not printed on the label or receipt but are for reporting.
1. Program Department File
OPERATION
1.
2.
DISPLAY
In MENU Mode
Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming Mode.
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Touch [DEPT] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Dept File will be listed in
DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING
Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse existing
Dept Files using the scroll bar and to select
file for modification
4.
Enter Department number. (e.g. 2)
Press [PLU] key at keypad.
5.
To create a new Department, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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6.
Touch [IMAGE FILE] area to select the image for this
department.
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: To Program Image for selection, check
Image Programming
7.
8.
Touch the desired image and touch Enter button to select.
(e.g. Vegetables)
Touch [DEPARTMENT NAME] area to enter the
Department name.
Enter Department Name by touching desired character
keys. (e.g. VEGETABLES)
Note: Touch [EXIT] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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Touch [ENTER] key
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
10.
Touch [COLOR] area to select color of department preset
key
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
11.
Select the Color from BASIC COLORS and touch [SAVE]
to exit
Also can create new color by enter RGB Value
(RED,GREEN AND BLUE) and touch box of CUSTOM
COLORS to add the new color selection
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
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12.
Touch [BARCODE CD] area to enter the Department
Code.
Enter Department Code by touching desired Ten key. (e.g.
1234)
13.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for Dept 2.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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2. Copy a Department File
The programmed Department data can be easily copied into a new Department. The function is very useful to
save time or avoid mistake for the similar Department data programming, especially in case of long description of
Department Name.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
In Department Programming Mode, enter a new
Department number. (e.g. 3)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2.
Touch the desired Department data to copy from.
(e.g. DEPT 2)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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Dept programming provide a fast way to search a Dept within the Dept display, this function is useful as a user
can direct go to desired searched Dept without need to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
1.
2.
DISPLAY
In Department Programming Mode, Enter the Dept
Number to be search. (e.g. 90)
Touch the [GO TO] key.
Note: The Searched Dept number will show on top
list.
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4. Delete a Programmed Department File
When the MAIN GROUP FILE exists under the Department File, the Department Number data cannot be deleted.
In addition, the Department Number 97, 98 and 99 cannot be deleted.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
In Department Programming Mode, enter the Department
Number to be deleted. (e.g. Dept 90)
Note: Also can browse and touch the dept name
(without entering the dept)
2.
3.
Touch [DELETE] key.
Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Department Data is by entering the dept file and touches the DELETE
key.
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MAIN GROUP FILE
Main Group is the middle category. All Main Groups can be assigned to a Department. The Main
Group file is used categorizing the PLU. Main Group Number between of 1 ~ 997 is available for
programming. Main Group Number 997 is automatically assigned to PLU that are not linked to any
Main Group Number. Tax can be assigned to every Main Group. The assigned Tax will apply for all
PLU assigned to the Main Group. Maximum 16 characters can be entered per Main Group and with 1
line.
Note: Main Group Number 98 – 99 is set by default:
4 Non-PLU data (Weighing items) will be assigned to Main Group Number 998
5 Non-PLU data (Non-Weighing items) will be assigned to Main Group Number 999
6 The Main Group names programmed are not printed on the label or receipt but are for reporting.
1. Program Main Group File
OPERATION
1.
2.
DISPLAY
In MENU Mode
Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming Mode.
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3.
Touch [MG] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed MG File will be listed in
MAINGROUP PROGRAMMING Display
Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing MG Files using the scroll bar and
to select file for modification
4.
Enter MG number. (e.g. 1)
Press [PLU] key at keypad.
5.
To create a new MG, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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6.
Touch [COLOR] area to select color of Main group preset
key
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
7.
Select the Color from BASIC COLORS and touch
[SAVE] to exit
Also can create new color by enter RGB Value
(RED,GREEN AND BLUE) and touch box of CUSTOM
COLORS to add the new color selection
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
8
Touch [IMAGE FILE] area to select the image for this
MG.
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 2: To Program Image for selection, check
Image Programming
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10.
Touch the desired image. (e.g. TAUGE)
Touch [LINK DEPARTMENT] area to select the
Department to be link to this Main Group.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
11.
Touch the desired department.
(e.g. DEPT 2 - VEGETABLES)
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Touch [MAINGROUP NAME] area to enter the Main
Group name.
Enter Main Group Name by touching desired character
keys. (e.g. TAUGE)
Note: Touch [EXIT] key if you want to exit
without saving.
13.
Touch [ENTER] key when finished programming.
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
14.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for MG 4.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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2. Copy a Main Group File
The programmed Main Group data can be easily copied into a new Main Group. The function is
very useful to save time or avoid mistake for the similar Main Group data programming,
especially in case of long description of Ingredients.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Main Group Programming Mode, enter a new
Main Group number. (e.g. 2)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Key in the desired Main Group data to copy
from
(e.g. MG 1) and press PLU key.
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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3. Search a Main Group Files
Dept programming provide a fast way to search a Dept within the Dept display, this function is
useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Dept without need to browse screen by
screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Main Group Programming Mode, Enter the
MG Number to be search. (e.g. 61)
2. Touch the [GO TO] key.
Note: The Searched MG number will be list out on
the top listing.
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4. Delete a Programmed Main Group File
When the PLU FILE exists under the Main Group File, the Main Group Number data cannot
be deleted. In addition, the Main Group Number 997, 998 and 999 cannot be deleted.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Main Group Programming Mode, enter the
Main Group Number to be deleted. (e.g. MG 4)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Main Group
name (without entering the Main Group)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Main Group Data is by entering the Main Group file and touches
the DELETE key.
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INGREDIENT FILE
Ingredient texts, programmed in this file can be assigned to any PLU that uses a format with an Ingredient
print area. The print area size, set on the format used, will decide the number of lines that can be
programmed. The maximum number of Ingredient lines is 15. It is possible to program up to 16
Ingredient files. Since standard format S, A, B, C and T1 ~ T12 does not have a print area set for
Ingredient, Ingredient cannot be printed when using these formats. To print Ingredient on the label, it is
required to use a Free Format with an Ingredient print area programmed.
1. Program Ingredient File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
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DISPLAY
3. Touch [INGREDIENT] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Ingredient File will be
listed in INGREDIENT PROGRAMMING
Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing Ingredient Files using the scroll
bar and to select file for modification
4. Enter Ingredient number. (e.g. 10)
Touch [ENTER] key.
5. To create a new Ingredient, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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6. Touch [INGREDIENT] area to enter the
Ingredient Name.
Enter Ingredient Name by touching desired
character keys. (e.g. INGREDIENT --SUGAR)
Note 1: Touch
key to program 2nd line with
same procedure as the 1st line if necessary.
Note 2: Touch [EXIT] key if you want to exit
without saving.
7. Touch [ENTER] key when finished
programming.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for
Ingredient #10.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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2. Copy a Ingredient File
The programmed Ingredient data can be easily copied into a new Ingredient. The function is very
useful to save time or avoid mistake for the similar Ingredient data programming, especially in
case of long description of Ingredients.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Ingredient Programming Mode, enter a new
Ingredient number. (e.g. 7)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Touch the desired Ingredient data to copy from.
(e.g. Ingredient # 4)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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Search a Ingredient Files
Ingredient programming provide a fast way to search a Ingredient within the Ingredient display,
this function is useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Ingredient without need to
browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Ingredient Programming Mode, Enter the
Ingredient number to be search. (e.g. 5)
2. Touch the [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Ingredient number will be top
listed
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Delete a Programmed Ingredient File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Ingredient Programming Mode, enter the
Ingredient Number to be deleted.
(e.g. Ingredient 4).
Note: Also can browse and touch the Ingredient
name (without entering the Ingredient)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Ingredient Data is by entering the Ingredient file and touches the
DELETE key.
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SPECIAL MESSAGE FILE
Special Message texts, programmed in this file can be used as a description on the label such as recipes,
which can be assigned to any PLU that uses a format with a Special Message print area. The print area
size, set on the format used, will decide the number of lines that can be programmed.
The maximum number of Special Message lines is 8. It is possible to program up to 16 Special Message
files. Since standard format S, A, B, C and T1 ~ T12 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.
1.
Program Special Message File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
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3. Touch [SPECIAL MESSAGE] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Special Message File will
be listed in SPC. MESSAGE
PROGRAMMING Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing Special Message Files using the
scroll bar and to select file for
modification
4. Enter Special Message number. (e.g. 9)
Press [PLU] key at keypad.
5. To create a new Special Message, touch [YES]
key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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6. Touch [SPECIAL MSG] area to enter the
Special Message Name.
Enter Special Message Name by touching
desired character keys. (e.g. PLEASE CHECK
YOUR ITEMS)
Note 1: Touch
key to program 2nd line with
same procedure as the 1st line if necessary.
Note 2: Touch [EXIT] key if you want to exit
without saving.
7. Touch [ENTER] key when finished
programming.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for Special
Message 5.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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Copy a Special Message File
The programmed Special Message data can be easily copied into a new Special Message. The
function is very useful to save time or avoid mistake for the similar Special Message data
programming, especially in case of long description of Ingredients.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Special Message Programming Mode, enter a
new Special Message number. (e.g. 10)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch
or
for more selection.
2. Touch the desired Special Message data to copy
from. (e.g. Special Message 9)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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3.
Search a Special Message Files
Special Message programming provide a fast way to search a Special Message within the Special
Message display, this function is useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Special
Message without need to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Special Message Programming Mode, Enter
the Special Message number to be search. (e.g. 3)
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2. Touch the [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Special Message number will
be top listed.
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Delete a Programmed Special Message File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Special Message Programming Mode, enter
the Special Message Number to be deleted.
(e.g. Special Message 4)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Special Message Data is by entering the Special Message file and
touches the DELETE key.
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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 S, A, B, C and T1 ~ T12, 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.
1.
Program Text File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode.
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
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DISPLAY
3. Touch [TEXT] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Text File will be listed in
TEXT PROGRAMMING Display Screen.
4. Enter Text number. (e.g. 10)
Touch [PLU] key.
5. To create a new Text, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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6. Touch [TEXT] area to enter the Text Name.
Enter Text Name by touching desired character
keys. (e.g. PRICE)
Note 1: Touch
to program 2nd line with
same procedure as the 1st line if necessary.
Note 2: Touch [EXIT] key if you want to exit
without saving.
Note 3: [TEXT] key in keyboard layout used
for select default text
7. Touch [ENTER] key when finished
programming.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for Text 21.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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Copy a Text File
The programmed Text data can be easily copied into a new Text. The function is very useful to save
time or avoid mistake for the similar Text data programming, especially in case of long description of
Ingredients.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Text Programming Mode, enter a new Text
number. (e.g.11)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch
or
for more selection.
2. Touch the desired Text data to copy from.
(e.g. Text 10)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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3.
Search a Text File
Text programming provide a fast way to search a text within text display, this function is useful as
a user can direct go to desired searched text without need to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Text Programming Mode, enter the Text
Number to be searched. (e.g. Text 4)
2. Touch [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Text will be top listed.
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Delete a Programmed Text File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Text Programming Mode, enter the Text
Number to be deleted. (e.g. Text 4)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Text (without
entering the Text Number)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Text is by entering the Text file and touches the DELETE key.
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CLERK FILE
Clerk file is used for programming names of operators. Maximum 16 characters can be entered per Clerk
name and maximum 9999 Clerk names can be programmed. A programmed Clerk name can be assigned
to a preset key.
The Clerk number can then be printed on the label, if a print area for Clerk number is set on the label
format used. The programmed Clerk name can be printed on receipt when SPEC141B031 “Selection of
Printing Operator Name on Receipt and Label” in User/Receipt Printing Spec set to “Name”.
There is two type of clerk can be select NORMAL CLERK and TRAINING CLERK:
• Normal Clerk – is used for available operation ex. Accumulation, inventory and etc. Also will
update the report.
• Training Clerk – is used for training purpose only, and the operation done, will not update the
report, inventory or etc
1.
Program Clerk File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode.
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
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DISPLAY
3. Touch [CLERK] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Clerk File will be listed in
CLERK PROGRAMMING Display
Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing Clerk Files using the scroll bar
and to select file for modification
Note 4 : [PRINT] key used for print all clerk files
in receipt printing
4. Enter Clerk number. (e.g. 15)
Touch [ENTER] key.
5. To create a new Clerk, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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6. Touch [NAME] area to enter the Clerk Name.
Enter Clerk Name by touching desired character
keys. (e.g. max)
7. Touch [ENTER] key when finished
programming.
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
8.
Touch [PROFILE] area to select the Clerk
Profile.
Note: Press [CLEAR] key, to clear selected profile
and exit profile selection screen
Note: Profile data must be created in advance
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9.
DISPLAY
Touch desired Profile number. (e.g. 2)
Note: when select profile number it will
automatically exit profile selection screen
10.
Touch [PASSWORD] area and enter a
password for the clerk e.g.12323
11.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for Clerk
15.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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2.
Copy a Clerk File
The programmed Clerk data can be easily copied into a new Clerk. This function is very useful to save
time or avoid mistake for the similar Clerk data programming.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Clerk Programming Mode, enter a new Clerk
number. (e.g. 16)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Touch the desired Clerk data to copy from.
(e.g. FARAH)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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3.
Search a Clerk File
Clerk programming provide a fast way to search a Clerk within the Clerk display, this function is
useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Clerk without need to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Clerk Programming Mode, enter the Clerk
Number to be searched. (e.g. 5)
2. Touch [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Clerk will be top listed.
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4.
Delete a Programmed Clerk File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Clerk Programming Mode, enter the Clerk
Number to be deleted. (e.g. Clerk 6)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Clerk (without
entering the Clerk Number)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Clerk is by entering the Clerk file and touches the DELETE key.
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IMAGE FILE
Image is used to make attractive looking labels. Up to 9999 images can be store in the SM-5500’s
memory. Any bmp files can be use as Image file where need to be store in the Linux directory in
/opt/pcscale/files/img.
Note: To make Image available for selection in programming, set image as:
Example 1: For MG1, create image from 1000 – 1999, this is used for MG1 only and
For MG2, create images from 2000 – 2999.
Example 2: For other selection image can be create any number and the example 1 image also will be
included.
1.
Program Image File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode.
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
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DISPLAY
3. Touch [IMAGE] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
Note 3: All programmed Image File will be listed in
IMAGE PROGRAMMING Display Screen.
Note 4: Display Screen also used to browse existing
Image Files using the scroll bar and to select
file for modification
Note 5: image from 1 – 99 is default image.
4. Enter Image number. (e.g. 204)
Touch [ENTER] key.
5. To create a new Image, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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DISPLAY
6. Touch [IMAGE FILE] area to select the Image.
7. Select Image bmp file. (e.g. Apricotsa)
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW UP]
for more selection.
Note: Touch [CLEAR] to clear selected image.
8. Touch [ENTER] key.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit but
will prompt out selection for [SAVE],
[QUIT] and [CANCEL] buttons.
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DISPLAY
9. Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for Image
204.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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Copy a Image File
The programmed image data can be easily copied into a new Image. This function is time saving and
avoid mistake for the similar Image data programming.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Image Programming Mode, enter a new Image
number. (e.g. 205)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Touch the desired Image data to copy from.
(e.g. 124)
Note: Change the necessary data if it is required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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3.
Search an Image File
Image programming provide a fast way to search an Image File within the Image display, this
function is useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Image File without need to browse
screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Image Programming Mode, enter the Image
Number to be searched. (e.g. 21)
2. Touch [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Image will be top listed.
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4.
Delete a Programmed Image File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Image Programming Mode, enter the Image
Number to be deleted. (e.g. Image295)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Image
(without entering the Image Number)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note Touch [NO]: key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Image is by entering the Image file and touches the DELETE key.
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SHOP NAME FILE
Shop Name file is used for programming of Shop Name. Shop Name is automatically printed on the
label in REGISTRATION MODE, if print area for Shop Name is set on the label format used. The
maximum number of characters possible to enter varies according to the size of print area and the
character size used.
Up to 32 Shop Names can be programmed with each 3 lines as maximum. The default Shop Name print
on label can be set at SPEC141B010 “Default Shop Name Number for Label Printing” in Label
Printing Spec of User Setup and default Shop Name print on receipt can be set at SPEC141B011
“Default Shop Name Number for Receipt Printing” in Receipt Printing Spec of User Setup.
Note: Shop Name will not be printed on the label if the selected label format without print area for Shop Name or
default spec set to 0.
1.
Program Shop Name File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to
Programming Mode.
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DISPLAY
3. Touch [SHOP NAME] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Shop Name File will be
listed in SHOPNAME PROGRAMMING
Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing Shop Name Files using the scroll
bar and to select file for modification
4. Enter Shop Name number. (e.g. 10)
Touch [ENTER] key.
5. To create a new Shop Name, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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DISPLAY
6. Touch [SHOPNAME] area to enter the Shop
Name.
Enter Shop Name by touching desired character
keys. (e.g. NTUC SINGAPORE)
Note 1: Touch [ARROW DOWN] to program
2nd line with same procedure as the 1st
line if necessary.
Note 2: Touch [EXIT] key if you want to exit
without saving.
7. Touch [ENTER] key when finished
programming.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for Shop
Name 3.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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2.
Copy a Shop Name File
The programmed Shop Name data can be easily copied into a new Shop Name. This function is very
useful to save time or avoid mistake for the similar Shop Name data programming.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Shop Name Programming Mode, enter a new
Shop Name number. (e.g. 3)
Touch [COPY] key.
2. Touch the desired Shop Name data to copy from.
(e.g. Shop Name #1)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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3.
Search a SHOP NAME File
Shop Name programming provide a fast way to search a Shop Name within the Shop Name
display, this function is useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Shop Name without need
to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Shop Name Programming Mode, enter the
Shop Name Number to be searched. (e.g. 11)
2. Touch [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Shop Name will be top listed.
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4.
Delete a Programmed Shop Name File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Shop Name Programming Mode, enter the
Shop Name Number to be deleted. (e.g. Shop
Name 11)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Shop Name
(without entering the Shop Name Number)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Shop Name is by entering the Shop Name file and touches the
DELETE key.
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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 that are linked t a Main Group will
apply for all PLU in the Main Group. Tax Rates can be entered between 00.00% and 99.99%. To enable
TAX function, ‘TAX’ must be selected at the SPEC140C001 “Tax” (in W&M/Tax Spec) in advance.
There are two types of taxes:
 ATX: Tax is added to the Total Price.
 VTX: Tax is included in the Total Price.
Note: If you want to print Price with Tax on Item Label, the selected label format must have print area for Item
Price after Tax.
To enable this function, please set Spec 140C001 to selection “1.TAX”
1.
Program Tax File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
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DISPLAY
3. Touch [TAX] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Tax File will be listed in
TAX PROGRAMMING Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse existing
Tax Files using the scroll bar and to select
file for modification
4. Enter Tax number. (e.g. 10)
Touch [YES] key.
5. To create a new Tax, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
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DISPLAY
6. Touch [VAT] key to select the Tax Type.
(e.g. ATX)
Note: [TAX TYPE] key will toggle for the
following selection, VAT and ATX.
7. Enter the Tax value by the numeric key. (e.g.
10%)
8. Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for Tax 10.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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2.
Copy a Tax File
The programmed Tax data can be easily copied into a new Tax. This function is very useful to save
time or avoid mistake for the similar Tax data programming.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Tax Programming Mode, enter a new Tax
number. (e.g. 10)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Touch the desired Tax data to copy from.
(e.g. Tax 3)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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3.
Search a Tax Files
Tax programming provide a fast way to search a Tax within the Tax display, this function is useful
as a user can direct go to desired searched Tax without need to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In TAX Programming Mode, enter the TAX
Number to be searched. (e.g. 4)
2. Touch [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched TAX will be top listed.
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4.
Delete a Programmed Tax File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Tax Programming Mode, enter the Tax
Number to be deleted. (e.g. Tax 5)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Tax (without
entering the Tax Number)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Tax is by entering the Tax t file and touches the DELETE key.
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TRAY FILE
Tray file is used to program Tare file, which can be selected in PLU programming. This function can be
used in condition like when more than 1 product using the same tare value.
Note: To use Tray function SPEC141D056 “Tare from Tray File” in User/Operation Spec must be set
to “Yes”
1.
Programming TRAY FILE
OPERATION
1. In PROGRAMMING MODE
[PLU RELATED] screen.
2. Touch [TRAY FILE] key to enter Tray File
Programming screen.
Note: a) Touch [MENU] key back to
PROGRAMMING MODE [PLU
RELATED] screen.
b) Touch [GO TO] key to search and view
the existing Tray Files
c) Touch the data file you want to modify.
d) Touch [COPY] key to select existing Tray
File copied to new Tray File.
3. Enter new Tray File number (e.g. 10) by numeric
key and press [PLU] key.
Note: Prompt out confirmation message
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4. Enter Tare Value e.g. 1.000kg using the keypad
5. Touch [SAVE] to save the Tray File.
Note: Touch [ESC] key escape/exit without
saving.
Note: Touch tray file to enter the tray file or key in
tray file number using keypad and then
touch
[DELETE] key to delete existing Tray File.
6. Touch [MENU] key to return to
PROGRAMMING MODE [PLU RELATED]
screen.
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2. Copy a Tray File
The programmed Country data can be easily copied into a new Tray. This function is very useful to
save time or avoid mistake for the similar Tray data programming.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Country Programming Mode, enter a new
Tray number. (e.g. 9)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Touch the desired Tray data to copy from.
(e.g. Tray 8)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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3. Search Tray File
Tray programming provide a fast way to search a Tray File within the Tray display, this function is
useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Trayy File without need to browse screen by
screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Tray Programming Mode, enter the Tray
Number to be searched. (e.g. 10)
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW UP]
for more selection.
2. Touch [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Country will be top listed.
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Tray Programming Mode, enter the Tray
Number to be deleted. (e.g. Tray 0)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Programmed
Tray (without entering the Programmed
Number)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Programmed is by entering the Programmed file and touches the
DELETE key.
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PRODUCT INFO
Product Info file is an Information System tool to provide information to the customer or operator.
There is two type of information "PLU (Product) Information" and "General Information".
Product Information file is an information about product (ingredient, cooking tip, nutrifact, etc) and
General Information file is an information about general information (any information).
Each Product Information record can contain 10 information of the product in variant format (in GIF,
BMP, and html). Maximum 999999 Product Info can be programmed, Product Info 999999 only can be
used for General Information.
Note1: To get the product information, call up the item (PLU), then press the Product Info Function Key,
Please refer to Preset Function key programming.
Note2: For PLU (Product) Information, this Function should be assigned to PLU Programming. Required to
program in PLU Programming in advance, Please refer to PLU Programming.
1.
Program Product Info File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode.
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
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3.
DISPLAY
Touch [PRODUCT INFO] key.
Note1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
programming Mode
Note2: All programmed Product Info File will be
listed in PRODUCT INFO
PROGRAMMING Display Screen.
Note3: Display Screen also used to browse existing
Product Info Files using the scroll bar and to
select file for modification.
4.
Enter Product Info Code (e.g. 2).
Press [PLU] key at keypad.
5.
To create a new Product Info File, touch [YES]
key.
Note1: Touch [NO] key to abort.
Note3: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
programming Mode
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6.
DISPLAY
Touch [DESCRIPTION] area to enter the
Product Info Name.
Enter Product Info Description by touching
desired character keys (e.g. BLACK PLUM).
7.
Touch [ENTER] key to save Product Info
Description.
Note: Press [EXIT] button to exit without saving.
8.
Touch [DISPLAY] key to set Product Info
Display.
Note1: Auto Display - It will auto prompt/display
product info screen, when the PLU with
product info called.
Note2: Manual Display - After called PLU with
product info, required to press [Product
Info] function key to display product info
screen.
Note3: No Display - After called PLU with product
info, required to press [Product Info]
function key will not display product info
screen.
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9.
DISPLAY
Setting for Auto Display (e.g. Display is set for
"Auto Display" and Auto Print are set to "No
Print").
10. Touch [empty] area to select the product info
template file type selection (can be select to FILE
or LINK) e.g. button [2].
Note 1: Touch [NEW] key to create new template
file.
Note 2: Touch [LIST] key to list out all created old
template file.
Note 3: Touch [CANCEL] key to back to product
info menu.
11. Touch [LIST] area to browse and select file to be
used.
Note 1: Touch [ESC] key to exit.
Note 2: Touch [CLEAR] key to clear selected
template file. e.g. clear the template file
type #2 PROD INFO.
Note 3: Touch [ENTER] key to confirm the
selected file to be chosen. e.g. select the
INGREDIENT.
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12. Touch [AUTO PRINT] and select [Ingredient]
Note: Touch [ESC] key to exit.
13. Prompt out [PRINTING] key to select/save FILE
NAME 2.
14. Touch [PRINTING] key will list out many
selections. e.g. User Select.
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15. Touch [PREVIEW] key.
16. Touch [SAVE] key to save PRODUCT INFO 2
Data.
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Copy a Product Info File
The Product Info data can be easily copied into a new Product Info. The function is very useful to
save time or avoid mistake for the similar Product Info data programming, especially in case of long
description of Product Info Name.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
Menu Mode ~> Programming ~> PLU Related
~> Product Info.
In Product Info Programming Mode, enter a new
Product Info number (e.g. 3).
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW UP]
for more selection.
2.
Touch the desired Product Info data to copy from
(e.g. 1).
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3.
Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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Search a Product Info File
Product Info Programming provide a fast way to search a Product Info Programming within the
Product Info Programming display, this function is useful as a user can direct go to desired
searched Product Info Programming without need to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1.
In Product Info Programming Mode, enter the
Product Info Programming Number to be search
(e.g. 3).
2.
Touch the [GO TO] key.
Note: The Searched Product Info number will be on
the top list.
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Delete a Product Info File
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
In Product Info Programming Mode, enter the
Product Info Number to be deleted (e.g. 3).
Note: Also can browse and touch the Product Info
name. (without entering the Product Info)
2.
Touch [DELETE] key.
3.
Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Product Info Data is by entering the Product Info File and touches the
[DELETE] key.
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PLACE FILE
Place File is used to program place name for PLU programming and printed on Label. Since standard
format does not have a print area set for Place name, the Place Name cannot be printed when using these
formats. To print Place Name on the label, it is required to use a Free Format with a Place Name print
area programmed. Maximum 99 Place Files can be programmed
1.
Program Place File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
3. Touch [PLACE] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Place File will be listed in
PLACE PROGRAMMING Display
Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing Country Files using the scroll bar
and to select file for modification
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4. Enter Place number. (e.g. 11)
Touch [PLU] key in the ten key.
5. To create a new Place, touch [YES] key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
6. Touch [PLACE] area to enter the Place Name.
Enter Place Name by touching desired character
keys. (e.g. Barelang)
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7. Touch [ENTER] key when finished
programming.
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
8. Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for Place 10.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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Copy a Place File
The programmed Place data can be easily copied into a new Place. This function is very useful to save
time or avoid mistake for the similar Place data programming.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Place Programming Mode, enter a Place
number. (e.g. 11)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Touch the desired Advertisement data to copy
from.
(e.g. Place 10 - Barelang)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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Search Place Files
Place programming provide a fast way to search a Place File within the Place display, this function
is useful as a user can direct go to desired searched Place File without need to browse screen by
screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Place Programming Mode, enter the Place
Number to be searched. (e.g. 6)
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW UP]
for more selection.
2. Touch [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Place will be top listed.
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Delete a Programmed Country File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Place Programming Mode, enter the Place to
be deleted. (e.g. Place 6)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Programmed
Place (without entering the Programmed
Number)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Programmed is by entering the Programmed file and touches the
DELETE key.
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ADVERTISEMENT FILE
Advertisement File is used to program advertisement name for PLU programming and printed on Label.
Since standard format does not have a print area set for Advertisement name, the advertisement Name
cannot be printed when using these formats. To print advertisement Name on the label, it is required to
use a Free Format with an Advertisement Name print area programmed. Maximum 99 Advertisement
Files can be programmed
1.
Program Advertisement File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
3. Touch [ADVERTISEMENT] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Advertisement File will be
listed
in
ADVERTISEMENT
PROGRAMMING Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing advertisement Files using the
scroll bar and to select file for modification
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4. Enter Advertisement number. (e.g. 4)
Touch [PLU] key in the ten key.
5. To create a new Advertisement, touch [YES]
key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
6. Touch [ADVERTISEMENT] area to enter the
Advertisement Name.
Enter Advertisement Name by touching desired
character keys. (e.g. SAVE FOR THE NEXT
GENERATION)
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7. Touch [ENTER] key when finished
programming.
Note: Touch [ESC] key if you want to exit without
saving.
8. Touch [SAVE] key to save the data for
Advertisement 4.
Note: Touch [MENU] key if you want to exit
without saving.
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Copy a Advertisement File
The programmed Advertisement data can be easily copied into a new advertisement. This function is
very useful to save time or avoid mistake for the similar Advertisement data programming.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Place Programming Mode, enter a
advertisement number. (e.g. 5)
Touch [COPY] key.
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW
UP] for more selection.
2. Touch the desired advertisement data to copy
from.(e.g. 4)
Note: Change the necessary data if required.
3. Touch [SAVE] key to save the programmed
data.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to escape saving data.
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Search Advertisement Files
Advertisement programming provide a fast way to search a advertisement File within the
advertisement display, this function is useful as a user can direct go to desired searched
advertisement File without need to browse screen by screen.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Advertisement Programming Mode, enter the
Advertisement Number to be searched. (e.g. 6)
Note: Touch [ARROW DOWN] or [ARROW UP]
for more selection.
2. Touch [GO TO] key.
Note: The searched Place will be top listed.
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Delete a Programmed Advertisement File
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In Advertisement Programming Mode, enter the
Advertisement to be deleted. (e.g.
Advertisement 5)
Note: Also can browse and touch the Programmed
Advertisement
(without
entering
the
Programmed Number)
2. Touch [DELETE] key.
3. Touch [YES] key to delete the data.
Note: Touch [NO] key to escape deleting the data.
Note: Another method of deleting the Programmed is by entering the Programmed file and touches the
DELETE key.
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SPECIAL PRICE CHANGE FILE
This function is used to change the PLU unit price without going to PLU Programming and the price
will change base on the date and time that had programmed. Also can programmed until 99 max batch
number
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[PLU RELATED] key to enter to Programming
Mode.
3. Touch [SPECIAL PRICE CHANGE] key.
Note 1: Touch [MENU] key to return back to
Programming Mode.
Note 2: All programmed Batch File of Price change
will be listed in PRICE CHANGE BATCH
Display Screen.
Note 3: Display Screen also used to browse
existing batch Files using the scroll bar and
to select file for modification
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4. Enter Special Price Change number (e.g. 1)
Touch [PLU] key in the ten key
5. To create a new batch price change, touch [YES]
key.
Note: Touch [NO] key to abort.
6. Set the necessary thing and touch [PLU LIST]
key to select PLU that want to change
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7. Touch [ADD] key to add and select one of PLU
list (e.g. PLU #1 with original price 20.11)
Note : Touch[EXIT] key to abort
Touch [GO TO] to browse another PLU
7. Touch [SPECIAL PRICE] key to entry new
price e.g. : 15.00 and press [SAVE]
Note : Touch[ESC] key to abort
8. Repeat to set new price for other PLUs and
Touch [SAVE] key when it done
Note : Touch [DELETE] to delete one PLU
from batch list
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9. It will return to Special Price Change mode, and
will show the information of time and date when
the batch will executed
Note : In Batch Number it will show as 1 S, it
mean, the batch number have not execute yet
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BARCODE LOOKUP
This function used Barcode of Flag code (F1 & F2) Lookup during Scanning. During scanning it refer
the flag code in Barcode Lookup to display data.
Note: CCCCC in barcode refer to Item Code (PLU Code)
Note: XXXXX in barcode refer to Weight, Price or Quantity Data (refer on selection)
Note: - Item Code – If all barcode data is (CCCC), when scan it display PLU no, item (e.g. 1) and price (of
Unit price)
- Weight – when scan it display PLU no, weight and price
- Price - when scan it display PLU no, item (e.g. 1) and price
- Quantity - when scan it display PLU no, number of quantity and price (also can do multiply press X,
enter quantity then scan barcode (it calculates as: scan qty X enter qty)
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[SETUP] key to enter to Programming Mode.
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3. Touch [BARCODE LOOKUP] key to enter
BARCODE LOOKUP PROGRAMMING
screen.
Note: Touch [MENU] key back to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP]
screen.
Touch [GO TO] key to view the existing
Barcode Lookup Files and help for entering
the Barcode Lookup file you want to modify.
Touch [COPY] key to select existing
Barcode Lookup File copied to new Barcode
Lookup File.
4. Enter new Barcode Lookup number (e.g. 1) by
numeric key and press [PLU] key.
Note: Prompt out message “Can not find barcode
lookup 1! Create a new one?” YES and NO
button to press.
5. Touch [FORMAT] key and select barcode type
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6. Touch [ENTER] key, to select and choose
‘XXXX’ data by touch [PLU WITH
WEIGHT] key.
7. Touch [SAVE] key to save or touch [ESC] key
to exit without saving data.
Note: Select or key number and touch [DELETE]
key to delete existing Barcode Lookup File.
Note: Select or key number and touch [GOTO]
key to search existing Barcode Lookup File.
Note: Select or key number and touch [COPY] key
to copy existing Barcode Lookup File and
paste to another Barcode Lookup File.
8. Touch [MENU] key to return to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP] screen.
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BARCODE REDIRECT
This function used to redirect scanned barcode item to another Barcode item (refer the flag code), this
function purpose to use one barcode for many item.
Note: Only support “CCCCC” type barcode only.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[SETUP] key to enter to Programming Mode.
3. Touch [BARCODE REDIRECT] key to enter
BARCODE REDIRECT PROGRAMMING
screen.
Note: Touch [MENU] key back to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP] screen.
Touch [GO TO FLAG] key to view the
existing Barcode Lookup Files and help for
entering the Barcode Lookup file you want
to modify.
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3. Touch [ADD] key to add new Flag code number
.
4. Touch [FLAG CODE] key, enter FLAG CODE
number (e.g. 1)
5. Touch [ITEM CODE] key, enter FLAG CODE
number (e.g. 1)
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5. Touch [REF PLU] key, browse and select
desired PLU.
6. Select Ref PLU (e.g. PLU 2 GRAPES).
8. Touch [SAVE] to save the Barcode Redirect
Flag Code list.
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7. Touch [MENU] key to return to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP] screen.
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SCROLL MESSAGE
This function is used to program scrolling message (sales promotional message) that can be displayed
on customer display.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[SETUP] key to enter to Programming Mode.
2. Touch [SCROLL MESSAGE] key to enter
Scroll Message Programming screen.
Note: Touch [MENU] key back to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP]
screen.
Touch [GO TO] key to view the existing
Scroll Message Files and help for entering
the Barcode Lookup file you want to modify.
Touch [COPY] key to select existing Scroll
Message File copied to new Scroll Message
File.
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3. Enter new Scroll Message number (e.g. 1) by
numeric key and press [PLU] key.
Note: prompt out confirmation message “Can not
find scroll message 1! Create a new one?”
[YES] agreed and [NO] cancel.
4. Touch [SCROLL MESSAGE] key, enter
desired message using internal keyboard
5. Touch [ENTER] key to store or touch [ESC]
key to escape/exit
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6. Touch [SAVE] to save the Scroll Message.
Note: Select or key number and touch [DELETE]
key to delete existing Scroll Message File.
Note: Touch [MENU] key to return to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP] screen.
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SCROLL SEQUENCE
This function is used to program sequence of scrolling message (sales promotional message)
displayed on customer display.
Note: Scroll message must be program in advance
Note: To activate Scroll message see Scale File Programming
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[SETUP] key to enter to Programming Mode.
3. Touch [SCROLL SEQUENCE] key to enter
Scroll Sequence Programming screen.
Note: Touch [MENU] key back to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP] screen.
Touch [GO TO] key to view the existing Scroll
Sequence Files and help for entering the
Barcode Lookup file you want to modify.
Touch [COPY] key to select existing Scroll
Sequence File copied to new Scroll Sequence
File.
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4. Enter new Scroll Message number (e.g. 1) by
numeric key and press [PLU] key.
Note: prompt out confirmation message “Can not find
sequence 1! Create a new one?” [YES] agreed
and [NO] cancel.
5. Touch [MESSAGE] key
6. Touch message to store or touch [EXIT] or
[CLEAR] key to escape/exit
Note: Select display type and Speed of message
Note: Available up to 3 messages to program in a
sequence
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7. Select Options tab
Note: Select scroll option (Scroll Interval, Idle time
and step)
Note: Touch [CHANGE FONT] key to select
displayed fonts option.
8. Touch [SAVE] to save the Scrolling Message.
Note: Select or key number and touch [DELETE]
key to delete existing Scrolling Sequence File.
9. Touch [MENU] key to return to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP] screen.
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SCALE FILE PROGRAMMING
Scale Setting file is used to set preset key group (for registration, prepack and self service) and scrolling
message Scrolling Sequence setting to be used for scale.
Note: Scale number to be used for program, follow the SPEC 141C001 SCALE NUMBER in
User/Communication Spec
Note: Also can program for server/client communication, a client take data from server programmed
setting.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. In MENU Mode
2. Touch [PROGRAMMING] key follow by
[SETUP] key to enter to Programming Mode.
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3. Touch [SCALE FILE] key to enter Scale File
Programming screen.
Note: Touch [MENU] key back to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP]
screen.
Touch [GO TO] key to view the existing
Scale File and help for entering the Scale
File you want to modify.
Touch [COPY] key to select existing Scale
File copied to new Scale File.
4. Enter new Scale File number (e.g. 1) by numeric
key and press [PLU] key.
Note: prompt out message “can not find scale file
1! create a new one?”
5. Touch [PRESET GROUP] key, enter preset
group number to be used (e.g. 1) by numeric key
Note: also key in start preset page and tray e.g. 1.
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6. Touch [SCROLLING SEQUENCE] key.
7. Touch desired sequence message to store or
touch [EXIT] or [CLEAR] key to escape/exit.
8. Touch [SAVE] to save the Scale File.
Note: Select key number and touch [DELETE] key
to delete existing Scale File.
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9. Touch [MENU] key to return to
PROGRAMMING MODE [SETUP] screen.
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PAYMENT / FLEXIBLE KEY
Payment / Flexible key is used to control printing usage, printing type and printing information
made for registration, accumulation (subtotal) and change mode. It also used for creating Flexible
function key.
Note: Code 99 automatically replaces the “Total-Print” key functionality.
Note: Code 98 automatically replaces the change value! This allows us to subtract this value from ECR
reporting.
1. Payment Method
a. Touch [PAYMENT METHOD] key.
b. Touch desired type payment method.
Note: All type of Payment method will be listed.
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1.
2.
Key-Type
Payment
Discount
Description
Payment key
Discount payment key, this key is to add the discount to the net
subtotal amount
2. Total save
a. Touch [TOTAL SAVE] key.
b. Enter value using numeric key.
3. Name
Name is used for Flexible/payment key name and on receipt printing.
a. Touch [NAME] key.
b. Enter Name using the Internal Keyboard screen.
4. Report Group
Create group to print on report.
a. Touch [REPORT GROUP] key.
b. Enter group number using numeric key.
5. Max Usage
Maximum Usage
a. Touch [Max Usage] key.
b. Enter the value using numeric key.
6. Currency
Currency name.
a. Touch [CURRENCY] key.
b. Enter Currency name using the Internal Keyboard screen.
7. Euro Rate
Euro conversion rate with local rate.
a. Touch [EURO RATE] key.
b. Enter euro conversion rate value using numeric key.
8. Euro Rate DP
Euro conversion rate decimal point position for printing, input and calculation.
a. Touch [EURO RATE DP] key.
b. Select desired euro rate decimal point position.
9. Value
This value contains the value for the payment key, tax rate, discount, points or flexes function.
a. Touch [VALUE] key.
b. Enter Value using the numeric key and select [+] (added) or [-] (subtracted) entry.
10. Step
Bonus Points given per step: Points = Total to pay / Step X bonus points
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a.
b.
Touch [STEP] key.
Enter Stepping value using the numeric key.
Note: only available for Payment Method: Points/Stamps
11. Value Print
To select position of value printed.
a. Touch [VALUE PRINT] key.
b. Select value print position.
12. Payment Amount On Receipt
To print or not payment amount on receipt.
a. Touch [PAY AMT ON RCT] key to select [YES] or [No].
13. Payment Quantity On Receipt
To print or not payment Quantity on receipt.
a. Touch [PAY QTY ON RCT] key to select [YES] or [No].
14. Payment Name On Receipt
To print or not payment Name on receipt.
a. Touch [PAY Name ON RCT] key to select [YES] or [No].
15. Use In Subtotal Mode
Allow to use or not In Sub Total (Accumulation) Mode.
a. Touch [USE IN S.TTL MODE] key to select [YES] or [No].
16. Use In Change Mode
Allow to use or not In Change Mode.
a. Touch [USE CHG MODE] key to select [YES] or [No].
17. Include Publicity Item
Touch [INCLUDE PUB ITEM] key to select [YES] or [NO]
18. Force Input Amount
19. Item U.Price On Receipt
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To print or not unit price on receipt.
Touch [ITEM UP ON RCT] key to select [YES] or [No].
20. Item Qty/Wt On Receipt
To print or not quantity or weight of Item on receipt.
a. Touch [ITEM QTY/WT ON RCT] key to select [YES] or [No].
a.
21. No. Of Receipt
Number of receipt to be printed.
a. Touch [NO. OF RECEIPT] key.
b. Enter number of receipt to print (1-9).
22. Item Price On Receipt
To print or not Item Price on receipt.
a. Touch [ITEM PR ON RCT] key to select [YES] or [No].
23. Special Message Type
Select Special Message type or option for printing on receipt.
a. Touch [SPECIAL MSSG TYPE] key.
b. Select desired Special Message type.
24. Input Customer Number
Enable or disable customer number entry when print in accumulation or change Mode.
a. Touch [INPUT CUST NO.] key to select [YES] or [No].
25. Direct Print
Direct print when the paid amount not equal to amount to pay, (the balance amount will be
displayed)
a. Touch [DIRECT PRINT] key to select [YES] or [No].
26. Amount Update On Receipt
a. Touch [AMT UPDATE ON RPT] key to select [YES] or [No].
27. Quantity Update On Receipt
a. Touch [QTY UPDATE ON RPT] key to select [YES] or [No].
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28. Change In Change Mode
a. Touch [CHANGE IN CHG MODE] key to select [YES] or [No].
29. Multiply In Change Mode
Allow or disable multiply in change mode
a. Touch [MULTIPLY IN CHG MODE] key to select [YES] or [No
30. Print Tax info
It allow to print tax information’s on receipt
a. Touch [PRINT TAX INFO] key to select [YES] or [NO]
31. Round Total
It will used to display the rounding of total in display
a. Touch [ROUND TOTAL] key to select [YES] or [NO]
32. Invoice Text
It will print “INVOICE” Text in Receipt Printing
a. Touch [INVOICE TEXT] key to select [YES] or [NO]
33.
Second Receipt
It will allow printing second receipt, for example when this key select to YES, after issue receipt
it will also issue second receipt
a. Touch [SECOND RECEIPT] key to select [YES] or [NO]
34. Groupable
Future Implementation
35. Open Cash Drawer
It will allow to open cash drawer automatically when issue receipt printing
a. Touch [OPEN CASH DRAWER] key to select [YES] or [NO]
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PRESET FUNCTION KEYS
Function keys can be assigned on Registration Mode preset keys. (Please refer to Function Key
Assignment). Function keys are used to change the original programmed PLU data by one touch
operation when issuing labels at Registration Mode or Pre-pack Mode.
The following function keys are available:
CD #
1.
2.
3
4.
5.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
25.
KEY NAME
ADVERTISEMENT
PRICE DISCOUNT
PRICE % DISCOUNT
UNIT PRICE DISC
UNIT PRICE % DISC
QUATITY SYMBOL
QUANTITY SET
UNI PRICE CHANGE
REFUND
SHOP NAME
SUB TOTAL
GRAND TOTAL
PACK QUANTITY
PRICE MARKDOWN
PRICE % MARKDOWN
UNIT PRICE MARKDOWN
UP % MARKDOWN
UNIT PRICE STORE
PLACE
LABEL FORMAT 1
CD #
26.
32.
37.
40.
42.
43.
49.
51.
53.
75.
80.
82.
84.
200.
201.
208.
209.
211.
213.
215.
KEY NAME
LABEL FORMAT 2
ITEM CODE
REFERENCE PLU
FLAG CODE
INGREDIENT
SPECIAL MESSAGE
HALF PRICE
JOB BATCH
OPEN CASH DRAWER
WEIGHT CHECK
TAX
INVENTORY
DATE PRINT
SEARCH
DEPARTMENT
LOGIN
LOGOUT
MAIN GROUP LIST
PAST TRANSACTION
RETRV
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CD #
217.
218.
231.
232.
236.
237.
238.
239.
240.
241.
249.
250.
251.
252.
254.
256.
257.
260.
261.
263.
KEY NAME
CASH IN
CASH OUT
REPRINT RECEIPT
REPRINT LAST RECPT
BROWSER CLERK
DELETE CUST ORDER
BROWSE SEC KEY
BROWSE PRIMARY KEY
NULL RECEIPT
VOID RECEIPT
TRAINING
BATCH REPORT
ALL PLU
REPACK
BASKET RETRIEVE
VOID LABEL
TRAY
BASKET DELETE
PRODUCT INFO
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Advertisement Function Key
This function key is used to select the desired Advertisement Message to be printed on item label
temporarily when issuing item label. Advertisement message is printed in the print area of the
Commodity Name only if there is space for printing.
Note: a) Prior to this operation, [ADVERTISEMENT] Function should be assigned to Preset Key in
advance (Please refer to Function Key Assignment),
b) This function is available for Label printing in Pre-pack Mode and MANUAL MODE,
c) Advertise Message has to be programmed in advance (Please refer to Advertisement File
programming).
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
At Registration Mode, call up PLU for LEMON
by entering PLU number (e.g. 3).
Then touch [PLU] key.
Note: also can touch on the item selection directly
2.
Touch [ADVERTISEMENT] function key to
enter Advertisement list screen.
Note1: When select option it will auto exit
advertisement list screen.
Note2: Touch [NO DATA] key to clear selection.
Note3: Touch [CANCEL] key to cancel operation.
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3.
Touch to desired Advertisement message to be
used.
4.
Press [PRINT] key at keypad to issue a label
(Manual and Prepack non-weight item) or
printed label when weight stable (Prepack
weight item).
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Price Discount Function Key
This function key is used to enter new price discount for temporary and it will by pass the discount
PLU that programmed in PLU Programming
Note: a) Prior to this operation, [PRICE DISCOUNT] Function should be assigned to Preset Key in
advance (Please refer to Function Key Assignment),
b) This function is available for Label printing in Pre-pack Mode and MANUAL MODE,
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
At Registration Mode, call up PLU Discount for
GRANNY SMITH APPLE by entering PLU
number (e.g. 5)
Then touch [PLU] key.
Note: also can touch on the item selection directly
2.
Touch [PRICE DISCOUNT] function key to
entry price discount screen
3.
Enter The value of Price Discount e.g.: 2.15
Note1: Touch [ENTER] key to save the value and
back to R-Mode n.
Note2: Touch [ESC] key to cancel operation.
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4.
DISPLAY
Press [PRINT] key at keypad to issue a label
(Manual and Prepack non-weight item) or
printed label when weight stable (Prepack
weight item).
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PRICE % DISCOUNT Function Key
This function key is used to enter new price % discount for temporary
Note: a) Prior to this operation, [PRICE DISCOUNT] Function should be assigned to Preset Key in
advance (Please refer to Function Key Assignment),
b) This function is available for Label printing in Pre-pack Mode and MANUAL MODE,
Transaction example: No Price % Discount that programmed in PLU programming for GRAPES.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Pre-pack Mode, call up PLU for GRAPES
by entering PLU number. (e.g. 2)
Then touch [PLU] key.
2. Touch [PRICE % DISCOUNT] function key
to entry price % discount screen
3.
Enter the value of Price % Discount e.g. :
20.00%
Note1: Touch [ENTER] key to save the value
and back to R-Mode.
Note2: Touch [ESC] key to cancel operation.
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4. Press [PRINT] key at keypad to issue a label
(Manual and Prepack non-weight item) or
printed label when weight stable (Prepack
weight item).
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Unit Price Discount Function Key
This function key is used to enter new Unit price discount for temporary and it will by pass the
discount PLU that programmed in PLU Programming
Note: a) Prior to this operation, [UNIT PRICE DISCOUNT] Function should be assigned to Preset Key
in advance (Please refer to Function Key Assignment),
b) This function is available for Label printing in Pre-pack Mode and MANUAL MODE,
Transaction example: Original Unit Price Discount for 1st limit is 2.00
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Normal Mode, call up PLU for DRAGON
FRUITS by entering PLU number. (e.g. 4)
Then touch [PLU] key.
Note : Original Unit Price is 40.00/kg and put
weight 0.126kg, the UP change to 38.00
2. Touch [UNIT PRICE DISC] function key to
entry Unit price discount screen
3.
Enter new Unit Price Discount e.g. : 1.00
Note1: Touch [ENTER] key to save the value
and back to R-Mode.
Note2: Touch [ESC] key to cancel operation.
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DISPLAY
6. Press [PRINT] key at keypad to issue a label
(Manual and Prepack non-weight item) or
printed label when weight stable (Prepack
weight item).
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Unit Price % Discount Function Key
This function key is used to enter new Unit price discount for temporary and it will by pass the
discount PLU that programmed in PLU Programming.
Note: a) Prior to this operation, [UNIT PRICE DISCOUNT] Function should be assigned to Preset Key
in advance (Please refer to Function Key Assignment),
b) This function is available for Label printing in Pre-pack Mode and MANUAL MODE,
Transaction example: Original Unit Price % Discount for 1st limit is 20.00%
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Normal Mode, call up PLU for GOLDEN
DELICIOUS APPLE by entering PLU
number. (e.g. 7)
Then touch [PLU] key.
Note : Original Unit Price is 17.00/kg and put
weight 0.126kg, the UP change to
13.60
2. Touch [UNIT PRICE DISC] function key to
entry Unit price discount screen
3.
Enter new Unit Price % Discount e.g. : 50.00%
Note1: Touch [ENTER] key to save the value
and back to R-Mode.
Note2: Touch [ESC] key to cancel operation.
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DISPLAY
6. Press [PRINT] key at keypad to issue a label
(Manual and Prepack non-weight item) or
printed label when weight stable (Prepack
weight item).
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Quantity Symbol Function Key
This function key is to select the Unit Symbol to be printed on Non-Weighing Item Label
temporarily. If the PLU is called up again or a new PLU is called up, the Unit Symbol will return to
the original one set in the PLU Programming Mode.
Note:
a) Prior to this operation, Quantity Symbol Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance.
(Please refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is available for Non-Weighing of Label printing in Pre-pack Mode.
Transaction example: Original Quantity Symbol for Apple is PCS
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Normal Mode, call up PLU for GREEN
APPLE by entering PLU number. (e.g. 10)
Then touch [PLU] key.
2. Touch [QUANTITY SYMBOL] Function
key to enter to the Quantity Symbol screen.
Note: Touch [ESC] key to cancel QUANTITY
SYMBOL function.
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3. Touch the desired key. (e.g. For).
4. Press Print [*] Key to start issue a label.
.
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Quantity Set Function Key
This function key is used to reset the Quantity value to be packed for Non-Weighing PLU
temporarily printed on label. If the PLU is called up again or a new PLU is called up, the Quantity
will return to the original one set in the PLU Programming Mode.
Note:
a) Prior to this operation, Quantity Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance. (Please refer
to Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is available for Non-Weighing of Label printing in Pre-pack Mode.
Transaction example: Original Quantity for Green Apple1 is 1
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Normal Mode, call up PLU for GREEN
APPLE1 by entering PLU number. (e.g. 10)
Then touch [PLU] key.
2. Touch [QUANTITY SET] Function key to
enter to the Quantity Symbol screen.
Note:
Touch [ESC] key to cancel SET
QUANTITY function.
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3. Enter the new quantity. (e.g. 5).
4. Press Print [*] Key to start issue a label.
Note : In Print out the quantity value will print
5
.
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Unit Price Change Function Key
This function is used to change the Unit Price of PLU temporary. There are two ways to override
Unit Price, using Function Key and entering the New Unit Price directly. If the PLU is called up
again or a new PLU is called up, this function will be cancelled and the Unit Price will return to the
original Unit Price in PLU Programming Mode.
Note: a) Prior to this operation, Unit Price Change Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance.
(Please refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) The method of direct entry is effective when SPEC141D001 “Unit Price Override” in
User/Operation Spec is set to Allow.
c) This function is available for Label printing in Pre-pack Mode and Registration Mode.
Example: To call up PLU for LEMON (Initial Unit Price = $33.33) and change it to $20.00.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. Call up PLU for LEMON by entering PLU
number. (e.g. 3)
Then press [PLU] key.
2. Touch [PRICE CHANGE] Function key to
enter to the Price Change screen e.g. : 20.00
Note: Touch [ESC] key to cancel PRICE
CHANGE function.
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3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Note: Unit Price has been change from $33.33
to $20.00
4. Place 0.126kg of Lemon on platter. And press
[*] key to issue a label
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Refund Function Key
This function key is used to clear the memory of the sales transaction customer has canceled after
printing the total label or receipt. The canceled sales transaction data will be deleted from Report if
Refund operation is executed.
Note:
Prior to this operation, Refund Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance. (Please refer to
Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is available for Label printing in Registration Mode only.
a)
Example: A customer refunded 150g of GRANNY SMITH APPLE.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. Call up PLU for GRANNY SMITH APPLE
by entering PLU number. (e.g. 5)
Then press [PLU] key.
2. Touch [REFUND] Function key to enter to
the Clerk selection screen.
Enter item weight/Quantity value to be refund.
Note1: Touch [ESC] key to cancel refund
function.
Note2: Enter Weight for Weight item, enter
Quantity for Non-wt item
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3. Touch [ENTER] key.
4. Select the Clerk used.
Note1: To issue a Receipt or Total Label for
refund data must enter clerk.
Note2: Touch [ESC] key to cancel Printing.
.
5. Press Print [*] Key to issue a Receipt or Total
Label.
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Shop Name Function Key
This function is used to set new shop name printing in label only
Note:
a) Prior to this operation, Shop Name Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance. (Please
refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) Shop name should be programmed in advance. (Please refer to SHOP NAME Programming)
c) This function is available for Label printing in Pre-pack Mode and Registration Mode.
d) Default shop name is set in User Spec setting spec “141B010 Default Shop Name for label printing”
Transaction example: Default shop name in label is 01: My Mart and change to 02 “Mega Store”
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. Call up PLU for GRANNY SMITH APPLE
by entering PLU number. (e.g. 5)
Then press [PLU] key.
2. Touch [SHOP NAME] Function key to select
new shop name.
Touch
Note 1: If don’t want to select new Shop Name
for label print, touch [CANCEL]
Note 2: Enter the number of shop name to
browse more other shop name by touch
[GO TO] key
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3. Select a shop name by touch shop name
desired. (e.g. 2)
4. Place Granny Smith Apple to platter 0,126 Kg and
press [*] key to print a label
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Sub Total & Grand Total Function Key
[SUB TOTAL] function key is used to print Sub-Total label to indicate the total weight (Qty) of
issued item labels and total price for same PLU. Sub-total label can only show the total data of the
same PLU.
The Sub-total data will be clear in the following case,
(1)
The PLU is called up again or a new PLU is called up.
(2)
Press [SUB TOTAL] key to issue the Sub-total label.
[GRAND TOTAL] function key is used to print Grand-total label indicate the accumulation total
weight (Qty) and total price calculated from several SUB-TOTAL for the same PLU. Grand –total
label can only show the total data of the same PLU. If the PLU is called up again or a new PLU is
called up, the Grand-total data will be cleared.
Note 1:
a) Prior to this operation, Sub Total and Grand Total Function should be assigned to Preset Key in
advance. (Please refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is effective in Pre-pack Mode only.
c) This function is effective in Label.
Note 2:
a) After Sub-Total is switched to Grand-Total Mode, the data for Sub-Total is cleared, and if new PLU
is called up, all the old data for Sub-Total and Grand-Total will be cleared.
Example: To issue 20 labels for GRANNY SMITH LABEL (0.444kg), and print Sub-Total
Label. Then, issue 10 more labels for GRANNY SMITH LABEL and print GrandTotal label. (Make sure Printer switch is set to LABEL).
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Pre-pack Mode, call up PLU of GRANNY
SMITH LABEL (e.g. PLU # 5)
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2. Place the product on the platter. (e.g. 0.444kg)
Note: The label automatically issued after weight
stable.
3. Remove the product from platter and then
place next pack of the product (e.g. 0.444kg)
on platter to issue second label out.
Note: Repeat the step to weighing the next pack,
until the 20 packs are weighed.
4. Press the assigned [SUB TOTAL] key to issue
a Sub-Total label.
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5. Remove the product from platter and then
place next pack of the product (e.g. 1kg) on
platter to issue second label out.
Note: Repeat the step to weighing the next pack,
until the 10 packs are weighed.
6. Press the assigned [GRAND TOTAL] key to
issue a Grand-Total label.
Note: Press [CLEAR] key to clear the PLU data.
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Pack Quantity Function Key
This function key is use to set the number of labels to be issued and print the setting number in Prepack Mode.
Note:
a) Prior to this operation, Pack Quantity Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance. (Please
refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is available for Label printing in Prepack Mode only.
Example: To issue 10 labels for GRANNY SMITH LABEL (Make sure Printer switch is set to
LABEL).
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Pre-pack Mode, call up PLU of BRUSSEL
SPROUTS (e.g. PLU # 4)
2. Press the assigned [PACK QUANTITY] key
to enter Function Call Mode.
Enter Pack Quantity by numeric key (e.g.10)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key in tenkey.
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3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then place the product on the platter. (e.g.
1kg)
Note1: The Label automatically issued after
weight stable.
4. When pack number reach 0 and try to print, it
will appear error message
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Price Markdown Function Key
This function key is used to get the desirable discounted total price temporarily by setting the fixed
total price which is discounted from the original total price, when issuing item label, total
label/receipt. If the PLU is called up again or a new PLU is called up, the function will be canceled.
The formula is shown as follows.
TOTAL PRICE AFTER DISCOUNT = NEWLY ENTERED DISCOUNT TOTAL PRICE.
Note:
Prior to this operation, Price Markdown Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance.
(Please refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is effective in Pre-pack Mode and Registration Mode.
c) This function is effective in Label and Receipt operations.
a)
1. Weighing Item
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Registration Mode, call up PLU of Lemon
(e.g. PLU # 3)
2. Press the assigned [PRICE MARKDOWN]
key to enter Function Call Mode.
Enter Markdown Price (e.g. $30.00)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key.
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3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then place the product on the platter. (e.g.
1kg)
4. Issue a label out.
Note: Displayed Discounted value and then
return
back to main screen
5. Then remove product from platter.
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Stand-by-Status, call up PLU of GRAPES
(e.g. PLU # 2)
2. Press the assigned [PRICE MARKDOWN]
key to enter Function Call Mode.
Enter Markdown Price (e.g. $10.00)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key.
3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then enter sale quantity (e.g. 2)
Note: Displayed Discounted value and then return
back to main screen
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4. Issue a label out.
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Price % Markdown Function Key
This function key is used to get the desirable discounted total price temporarily by setting the fixed
percentage of the original total price when issuing item label, total label or receipt. If the PLU is
called up again or a new PLU is called up, this function will be canceled. The formula is shown as
follows.
TOTAL PRICE = ORIGINAL TOTAL PRICE x DISCOUNTED % VALUE.
Note:
Prior to this operation, Price % Markdown Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance.
(Please refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is effective in Pre-pack Mode and Registration Mode.
c) This function is effective in Label and Receipt operations.
a)
1. Weighing Item
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Pre-pack Mode, call up PLU of LEMON
(e.g. PLU # 3)
2. Press the assigned [PRICE %
MARKDOWN] key to enter Function Call
Mode.
Enter Markdown Price (e.g. 90.00%)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key.
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3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then place the product on the platter. (e.g.
1kg)
Note: 90.00% of price been markdown, and the
balance 10% deducted from the Original
Total Price with a message in RED
“SAVE 3.33”.
4. Press Print [*] Key to issue a Receipt or Total
Label and remove product from platter.
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2. Non-Weighing Item
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Stand-by-Status, call up PLU of GRAPES
(e.g. PLU # 2)
2. Press the assigned [PRICE %
MARKDOWN] key to enter Function Call
Mode.
Enter Markdown Price (e.g. 33.33%)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key.
3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then enter sale quantity (e.g. 3)
Note: 33.33.00% of price been markdown, and
the balance 66.67% deducted from the
Original Total Price with a message in
RED “SAVE 20.00”.
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4. Press Print [*] Key to issue a Receipt or Total
Label
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Unit Price Markdown Function Key
This function key is used to get the desirable discounted unit price temporarily by setting the fixed
unit price that is discounted from the original unit price, when issuing item label, total label/receipt.
If the PLU is called up again or a new PLU is called up, the function will be canceled. The formula
is shown as follows.
UNIT PRICE AFTER DISCOUNT = NEWLY ENTERED DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
Note:
Prior to this operation, Unit Price Markdown Function should be assigned to Preset Key in advance.
(Please refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is effective in Pre-pack Mode and Registration Mode.
c) This function is effective in Label and Receipt operations.
a)
1. Weighing Item
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Pre-pack Mode, call up PLU of LEMON
(e.g. PLU # 3)
2. Press the assigned [UNIT PRICE
MARKDOWN] key to enter Function Call
Mode.
Enter Markdown U.Price (e.g. $3.33)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key.
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3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then place the product on the platter. (e.g.
1kg)
Note: Original Unit Price will automatically
changes to Unit Price After Discount
($3.33).
4. Press Print [*] Key to issue a Receipt or Total
Label and remove product from platter.
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2. Non-Weighing Item
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Stand-by-Status, call up PLU of GRAPES
(e.g. PLU # 2)
2. Press the assigned [UNIT PRICE
MARKDOWN] key to enter Function Call
Mode.
Enter Markdown U.Price (e.g. $6.00)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key.
3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then enter sale quantity (e.g. 3)
Note: Original Unit Price will automatically
changes to Unit Price After Discount
($6.00).
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4. Press Print [*] Key to issue a Receipt or Total
Label
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Unit Price % Markdown Function Key
This function key is used to get the desirable discounted unit price temporarily by setting fixed
percentage of origin unit price, when issuing item label, total label or receipt. If the PLU is called
up again or a new PLU is called up, this function will be canceled.
The formula is shown as follows.
UNIT PRICE AFTER DISCOUNT = ORIGINAL UNIT PRICE x DISCOUNT % VALUE
Note:
Prior to this operation, Unit Price % Markdown Function should be assigned to Preset Key in
advance. (Please refer to Function Key Assignment)
b) This function is effective in Pre-pack Mode and Registration Mode.
c) This function is effective in Label and Receipt operations.
a)
1. Weighing Item
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Pre-pack Mode, call up PLU of LEMON
(e.g. PLU # 3)
2. Press the assigned [UNIT PRICE %
MARKDOWN] key to enter Function Call
Mode.
Enter Markdown U.Price (e.g. 10.00%)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key.
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3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then place the product on the platter. (e.g.
1kg)
Note: Original Unit Price will automatically
changes to Unit Price After Discount
($3.33).
4. Press Print [*] Key to issue a Receipt or Total
Label and remove product from platter.
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2. Non-Weighing Item
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1. At Stand-by-Status, call up PLU of GRAPES
(e.g. PLU # 2)
2. Press the assigned [UNIT PRICE %
MARKDOWN] key to enter Function Call
Mode.
Enter Markdown U.Price (e.g. 90.00%)
Note: If you want to escape function call mode,
press [CLEAR] key.
3. Touch [ENTER] key.
Then enter sale quantity (e.g. 3)
Note: Original Unit Price will automatically
changes to Unit Price After Discount
($9.00).
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4. Press Print [*] Key to issue a Receipt or Total
Label
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Unit Price Store Function Key
This function key is used to update PLU Unit price and store new PLU Unit Price to PLU
programming
Example: Call PLU #3 LEMON with Unit Price $33.33, then entry new Unit Price to 20.00 and
touch [UNIT PRICE STORE] key, there is confirmation message whether to update
or Not. If touch [YES] key it will save in PLU programming and when call again
PLU#3 it will show new UNIT PRICE $20.00
Note:
a) This function is effective in Pre-pack Mode and Manual Mode.
b) This function is effective in Weigh item and Non-Weigh item.
Place Function Key
This function key is used to select the desirable Place data to be printed on item label. If the PLU is
called up again or a new PLU is called up, this function will be canceled. If the print area for Place
is not programmed in the selected label format, Place data will be printed in the free room of 1 st line
of the Commodity Name print area.
Note:
a) Prior to this operation, PLACE Function should be assigned to preset key in advance (Please refer
to Function Key Assignment),
b) This function is effective in PREPACK MODE and MANUAL MODE for label printing,
c) The Place file has to be programmed in advance.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
At Registration Mode, call up PLU for
LEMON by entering PLU number (e.g. 2).
Then touch [PLU] key.
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DISPLAY
Touch [PLACE] function key to enter Place
list screen.
Note1: Touch [NO DATA] key to clear
selection.
Note2: Touch [CANCEL] key to cancel
operation.
Note3: Touch [GOTO] key to search operation.
3.
Touch to desired place file to be used. And
load the weight e.g. 1.000KG then press [*]
key to print a label
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Label Format 1 Function Key
This function key is used to select the right format to issue 1 st Item Label. This function key cannot
select the format for Total Label. If the PLU is called up again or a new PLU is called up, this
function will be canceled and the 1 st label format will return to the original one selected in the PLU
File.
Note:
Prior to this operation, FREE FORMAT1 Function should be assigned to Preset key in advance
(Please refer to Function Key Assignment),
b) This function is effective in PREPACK MODE and MANUAL MODE for label printing,
c) Only existing Free Format labels (F1 ~ F99) can be set in this function,
d) Required to program in Free Format Programming in advanced.
a)
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
At Registration Mode, call up PLU for LEMON
by entering PLU number (e.g. 2).
Then touch [PLU] key.
2.
Touch [LABEL FORMAT1] function key to
enter label format1 list screen (e.g. [LABEL
FORMAT1]).
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3.
DISPLAY
Touch desired label format1 file to be used.
Load weight for weight item or enter quantity
for non-weight item.
4.
Press [PRINT] key at keypad to issue a label.
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Label Format 2 Function Key
This function key is used to select the right format to issue 2 nd Item Label. This function key cannot
select the format for Total Label. If the PLU is called up again or a new PLU is called up, this
function will be canceled and the 2nd label format will return to the original one selected in the PLU
File.
Note:
a) Prior to this operation, FREE FORMAT2 Function should be assigned to preset key in advance
(Please refer to Function Key Assignment),
b) This function is effective in PREPACK MODE and MANUAL MODE for label printing,
c) Only existing Free Format labels (F1 ~ F99) can be set in this function.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
At Registration Mode, call up PLU for BLACK
CHICKEN by entering PLU number (e.g. 11).
Then touch [PLU] key.
2.
Touch [LABEL FORMAT 2] function key to
enter label format 2 list screen (e.g. FREE
FORMAT #2).
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3.
DISPLAY
Touch desired label format2 file to be used.
Load weight for weight item or enter quantity
for non-weight item.
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4.
Press [PRINT] key at keypad to issue a label.
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Item Code Function Key
This function key is used to enter new item code for PLU and it for temporary only
For Example: In Item of GRAPES (PLU #2) programming file, the Item Code is set as 54321
1) At stand-by status, Call PLU #2 GRAPES,
2) Touch [ITEM CODE] key and enter new item code e.g. 12345.
3) Press [*] key to print a label, please see the barcode value, it already change to
12345
Reference PLU Function Key
This function key is used to called up a PLU is link to another PLU file in Registration Mode.
Note: The Reference PLU Number has to be programmed in PLU Programming File in advance.
For example: - In item of GRANNY SMITH APPLE (PLU No. 5) programming file, the Reference
PLU Number is PLU No.10 GREEN APPLE1.
1) At Stand-by status, call up PLU of GRANNY SMITH APPLE (PLU No. 5)
2) Press the assigned [REFERENCE PLU] key to call up PLU# 10. and then
continue desired operation (e.g. Load weight and print)
Note: If the Reference PLU Number is Not Exist, a message "PLU NOT EXIST" will
appear when press the assigned [REFERENCE PLU] key.
Flag Code Function Key
This function key is used to enter new item code for PLU and it for temporary only
For Example: In Item of GRAPES (PLU #2) programming file, the Item Code is set as 21
1)
At stand-by status, Call PLU #2 GRAPES,
2)
Touch [FLAG CODE] key and enter new item code e.g. 55
3)
Press [*] key to print a label, please see the barcode value, it already change to
55
Ingredient Function Key
This Function key is used to select another ingredient file that had programmed in advance
For Example:
1.
At stand-by status, Call PLU #2 GRAPES,
Touch [INGREDIENT] key and Select the ingredient files
2.
e.g. CD#1
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Note: 1. [Print] Key is used to print ingredient only in label printing
2. [ESC] key to cancel the selection and back to Registration Mode
3. [SELECT] key to save the ingredient file that had selected
4. [GO TO] key is used to search another selection of ingredient
Press [SELECT] key to save the selection and it will back to
3.
Registration mode
Special Message Function Key
This Function key is used to select another Special Message file that had programmed in advance
For Example:
1)
2)
At stand-by status, Call PLU #3 LEMON,
Touch [SPECIAL MESSAGE] key and Select the Special message files e.g.
CD#9
Note: 1. [NO DATA] Key is used to cancel the selection of Special Message
2. [ESC] key to cancel the selection and back to Registration Mode
3. [ENTER] key to save the Special Message file that had selected
4. [GO TO] key is used to search another selection of Special Message
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3)
Press [ENTER] key to save the selection and it will back to Registration
mode
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Half Price Function Key
This function is used to change the Unit Price of PLU temporary to another unit price, with
condition as below:
a.
With programmed 2nd Price
If at PLU programmed a value for 2nd Price, the unit price will display the 2nd price, when
the key pressed.
b.
Without programmed 2nd Price
If at PLU not programmed value for 2nd price, unit price will display half of original unit
price, when the key pressed.
Note:
a) This function is effective in Pre-pack Mode and Manual Mode.
b) This function is effective in Weigh item and Non-Weigh item.
Example1:
With programmed 2nd Price (To call up PLU for IRISH BACON (Initial Unit Price = $18.00)
and change it to 2nd price = $5.00).
Note: The 2nd Price has to be programmed in PLU Programming File in advance.
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
Call up PLU for IRISH BACON by entering
PLU number (e.g. 8).
Then press [PLU] key.
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2.
DISPLAY
Touch [HALF] Function key to change Unit
Price to 2ND Price.
Example2:
Without Programmed 2nd Price (To call up PLU for MANGO( Initial Unit Price = $19.00) and
change it to half price $8.50).
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
Call up PLU for BANANA by entering PLU
number (e.g. 6).
Then press [PLU] key.
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2.
DISPLAY
Touch [HALF] Function key to change Unit
Price to the Half Price.
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Job Batch Function Key
This function key is used to print Batch PLU non weight item and should in Prepack mode
There are 2 way to execute the job batch, “Batch PLU” and “Batch All”. It also allow to change
some field programming that programmed in Job batch function
OPERATION
1.
DISPLAY
In Registration Mode and Prepack mode, touch
[JOB BATCH] key
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2.
Touch [BROWSER] to select the PLU non
weight item
3.
Select PLU 1 to by touching the code #1
Note : [GOTO] is used to browse another PLU
that
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4.
DISPLAY
It allow to change all the field by entry the new
value with ten key keyboard
Note : For Adv# and Shop#, it can browse by
touch adv# column then [BROWSER] key
5.
Add another PLU non Weight item by touch
blank column and touch [BROWSER]
6.
Touch [BATCH ALL] key to change to
[BATCH PLU]
Touch [BATCH OFF] key to ON the Batch
Job. The key will display [BATCH ON]
Note :[CLEAR ALL] is used to clear all PLU
list
[DELETE] key is used to clear each
PLU
[ESC] key is used to quit from current
page
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OPERATION
7
DISPLAY
Touch [EXECUTE] key to start the execution
job batch and press [PRINT] key to start
printing
Note :If the selection BATCH PLU, after finish
print 1st PLU it will stop printing and
need to operator to press print key to
continue print
Batch ALL. After finish print 1st PLU it
will automatically continue the 2nd PLU
without press print key
8.
When finish to print all PLU it will display
“JOB BATCH DONE”
9.
Press Clear Key in ten key keyboard to clear
the PLU in Registration Mode
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Open Cash Drawer Function Key
This function key is used to open the Cash Drawer with out Sales Transaction in Registration Mode
and the opening count will updated to Clerk Report.
Steps:
1) Touch the [OPEN CASH DRAWER] function key,
2) Then select Clerk and enter correct password for the clerk,
3) Then touch [OK] key, it will open cash drawer and also display report of date and time
open on the screen.
Weight Check Function Key
This function key is used to enable or disable to weight checking
TAX Function Key
This function key is used to select all the tax type that had programmed in advanced
For example: Call Up a PLU then Touch [TAX] key. It will show all Tax list
Inventory Function Key
There are 5 types of Modes (NORMAL SALES MODE, INVENTORY MODE, GARBAGE
MODE, ORDERING MODE and RECEPTION MODE) can be select by used this function key
in Registration Mode.
When using Inventory Function, except Normal Mode, all the transactions data by CLERK Key will
update to Inventory Report. When Select Modes, it will display on screen for currently running on
which mode.
Note: Set SPEC 146A011 “Inventory/Garbage/Ordering/Reception” set to “Yes” in advance.
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a. Touch [INVENTORY] function key.
b. Select a Mode and then do operation. Example: Call up PLU 1, then touch Clerk
c. For Normal Mode it do accumulation, for other mode, it display Saved message
(which saved into inventory report)
Date Print Function Key
This function key is used for to Printing or Not Print for date printing
Search Function Key
This function key is used to search item by name in the database. If searched item exist, it display
on screen, if not display blank.
1) Touch [Search] Function Key,
2) Enter search data name using the internal keyboard screens.
3) Touch [ENTER] button to start searching.
Note: [Contain] Key is to search item by entry any letter,
E.g.: if entry letter A, it will show all Item Name that contain letter A
[Start With] key is to used to search item by name that start with the letter that we entry
E.g.: Entry B and touch [Start With] key, it will show the entire Item name that start with B
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Department Function Key
This function key is used to display all PLU per Department in database when touch the
[DEPARTMENT] functions key
For example: To see All PLU in Dept 97
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1.
At stand-by status touch [DEPARTMENT]
function key
2.
Touch [DEPT97], it will show all the PLU that
listed in DEPT97
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Login & Logout Function Key
This function key is used to Login and Logout Clerk to do accumulation operation. The clerk only
appear when the clerk in login and disappear when logout.
Note 1: Do not assign Clerk by preset key
Note 2: SPEC 141D017 “Operator Logging Function” in User/Operation Spec set to “Enable”
Note 3: Not available for clerk with training status, check Clerk programming
1)
Touch [LOGIN] function key
2)
Select Clerk and enter Password and then Login
3)
Touch [LOGOUT] function key
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4)
Select Clerk and enter Password and then OK button
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Main Group List Function Key
This function key is used to display all Main Group in database when touch the [MAIN GROUP
LIST] functions key.
For example: To see All PLU in Main Group 997
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1.
At stand-by status touch [Main Group List]
function key
2.
Touch [Mg997], it will show all the PLU that
listed in Mg997
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Past Transaction Function Key
This function key is used to retrieve/recover back last printed receipt data, which the operator can
modify (delete or add) data
1. Touch the [PAST TRANSACTION] preset key,
2. Select Clerk and enter password and then touch the [Enter] key,
3. Enter Last receipt number and Touch the [Enter] key,
4. The accumulation data will be displayed in the clerk. Then can continue do operation.
Store & Retrieve Function Key
This function key is used in accumulation mode, where can temporarily store Customer order
accumulation data and later retrieve back and continue to do operation.
1. Do some accumulations, then touch [STORE] function key,
2. Enter a customer order number and touch [ENTER] key, a label and receipt will be printed
with order number,
3. To recall/retrieve back, touch [RETRIEVE] function key,
4. Select Clerk, enter password and then touch [OK] key,
5. Enter Customer order number and touch [ENTER] key,
6. Continue do operation, once printed the customer order number will be cleared.
Cash In & Cash Out Function Key
This function is used to Cash IN or Cash OUT in Registration Mode and the operation will be
recorded in report mode.
1. Touch the [CASH IN] or [CASH OUT] Function key,
2. Select Clerk and enter password,
3. Then Press ok, it will display cash in or cash out screen,
4. Enter amount to be Cash in/out and then touch [Enter] key.
Note: the amount been cash in/out will be displayed in Clerk Report
Hot Items Function Key
This function key is used to display all PLU sequentially base on the most transaction
Reprint Receipt Function Key
This function key is use to reprint receipt using receipt number. (a receipt it printed when in
accumulation mode)
1. Touch [REPRINT RECEIPT] function key,
2. Enter Receipt number to be printed and press [ENTER] key.
Reprint Last Receipt Function Key
This function key is use to reprint last receipt printed by a clerk. (a receipt it printed when in
accumulation mode)
1. Touch [REPRINT LAST RECEIPT] function key.
2. Select Clerk to reprint last receipt printed by the clerk.
Note: Only clerk has print receipt, will reprint receipt, otherwise error message displayed.
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Browser Clerk Function Key
This function key is used to browse clerk. This function is useful as a user can direct go to desired
searched Clerk without need to press [PREV] and [NEXT] button.
Note: Touch [BROWSE CLERK] Function Key to browse clerk.
Delete Cust Order Function Key
This function key is used to delete customer order that had stored by clerk (customer order store do
in accumulation mode)
Browse Sec Key Function Key
This function key is used to browse Secondary Keys. This function is useful as a user can direct go
to desired searched Secondary Key without need to press [PREV] and [NEXT] button.
Note: Touch [BROWSE SEC KEY] Function Key to browse Secondary Keys.
Browse Primary Key Function Key
This function key is used to browse Primary Key. This function is useful as a user can direct go to
desired searched Primary Key without need to press [PREV] and [NEXT] button.
Note: Touch [BROWSE PRIMARY KEY] Function Key to browse Primary Keys.
Null Receipt Function Key
This function key is used to print null receipt [HOT ITEMS]
Void Receipt Function Key
This function key is used to delete or to void receipt number in receipt printing (a receipt it printed
when in accumulation mode)
Training Function Key
Future Implementation
Batch Report Function Key
This function key is short cut that used to print batch report that programmed in batch report
programming. Batch report also can find in report programming
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All Plu Function Key
This function key is used to display all PLU programmed in advance
Repack Function Key
This function is to used to print repack symbol (asterisk (*) symbol or Number)
Note: To print repack symbol should set spec “141B097: Re-Pack Indicator”
Should assign the area in print format printing and available in Prepack Mode Only
Basket Retrieve Function Key
This function key is used to retrieve all basket order by clerk
Void Label Function Key
This function key is used void label by entering label number
Note: To see the label number, it must assign “Serial Number” in print format area
Tray Function Key
This function key is used select the tray selection that had programmed in advanced
Basket Delete Function Key
This function key is used to Delete a basket store (basket store do in accumulation mode)
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Label View Function Key
This function key is used to view a label that had printed
For Example: Call up PLU #1 and press [*] key to print, then touch [LABEL VIEW] key
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Product Info Function Key
This function key is use to see the Product information, there is two type of information "PLU
(Product) Information" and "General Information". Product Information file is an information about
product (ingredient, cooking tip, nutrifact, etc) and General Information file is an information about
general information (any information).
Required to program in PLU programming and product information in advance please refer to PLU
Programming and Product Info Programming.
Note:
a) This function is effective in both modes,
b) This function is effective in weight item and non weight item.
Step: To gets the product information, call up the item (PLU), then press the Product Info
Function Key.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
1.
In manual mode, enter group number and press
PLU key or touch PLU (e.g. 1).
2.
Touch [PRODUCT INFO] key, it will be
display Product Information.
Note: Touch [ESC] key esc/exit.
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