Avery Berkel IX Series User guide

Avery Berkel IX Series User guide
IX series
Retail Counter Scale
Quick User Guide
This booklet describes the functions you need to start using your scale
immediately. For further detail and more advanced functions consult the
User Instructions on the CD provided.
ENGLISH
76103-832 Issue 02
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07.07.2004
©Avery Berkel Limited 2003. All rights reserved.
The information contained herein is the property of Avery Berkel Limited
and is supplied without liability for errors or omissions. No part may be
reproduced or used except as authorised by contract or other written
permission. The copyright and the foregoing restriction on reproduction
and use extend to all media in which the information may be embodied.
IMPORTANT
When programming or configuring the equipment you must ensure that you
comply with all relevant standards and legislation. The example settings given in
this book may not be legal for trade with the public.
Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer
Avery Berkel
Type
IX series
No. of EC type approval
certificate
UK2708
corresponds to the requirements of the following EC directives:
Non–Automatic Weighing
Instruments
Directive 90/384/EEC 1
EMC Directive
EMC 89/336/EEC
Low Voltage Directive
LVD 73/23/EEC
The applicable harmonised
standards are:
EN60950, EN50081–1,
EN50082–1
Note 1 : This declaration is only valid if the non–automatic weighing
instrument was verified by the manufacturer or with a certificate of
conformity issued by a notified body.
A copy of the original signed declaration for this instrument is available
from:
Avery Berkel Limited, Foundry Lane, Smethwick, West Midlands B66 2LP England
Safe installation
For your protection, all mains (110V or 230V) equipment used
where damp or wet conditions may occur, must be supplied
from a correctly fused source and protected by an approved
RCD to BS7071 or BS7288 or IEC1008-2-2 BS EN
61008:1995.
The mains plug must be inserted into a socket outlet with a
protective earth contact. The electrical supply at the socket
outlet must provide over-current protection of an appropriate
rating.
Pluggable equipment must be installed near an easily
accessible socket outlet. Permanently connected equipment
must have a readily accessible disconnect device
incorporated in the fixed wiring.
To avoid the possibility of electric shock or damage to the
machine, always switch off the machine and isolate from the
power supply before carrying out any routine maintenance.
To avoid the risk of the machine falling, where applicable,
ensure that it is placed securely on a flat and level surface.
Safe use
Caution - Cleaning the machine
Harsh abrasives, solvents, scouring cleaners and alkaline
cleaning solutions, such as washing soda, should not be used
especially on the display windows. Under no circumstances
should you attempt to wipe the inside of the machine.
The outside of standard products may be wiped down with a
clean cloth moistened with water containing a small amount of
washing up liquid.
Safety
For your protection, all mains (110V or 230V) equipment used
where damp or wet conditions may occur, must be supplied
from a correctly fused source and protected by an approved
RCD to BS7071 or BS7288 or IEC1008-2-2 BS EN
61008:1995. IF IN DOUBT SEEK ADVICE FROM A
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
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To avoid the possibility of electric shock or damage to the
machine, always switch off the machine and isolate from the
power supply before carrying out any routine maintenance.
Training
Do not attempt to operate or carry out any procedure on a
machine or network unless you have received the appropriate
training or read the instructions books provided.
Ergonomics
To avoid the risk of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) it is
important to ensure that the machine is placed on a surface
that is ergonomically satisfactory to the user. It is
recommended that frequent breaks are taken during
prolonged usage.
EMC compliance
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment, this
product may cause radio interference in which case the user
may be required to take adequate measures.
Installation
Handling
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Levelling
n
5
Adjustable feet
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Legal requirements
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+40°C
84
8
-10°C
4
+40°C
-10°C
Fitting the tower display (IX202/IX212)
Remove weigh pan
Ensure that cables are not trapped when screwing down the plate.
Connections
Voltage selector
View in direction of arrow
Power cable
Fuse holder
Cash drawer
Network connections
Internal battery
On/Off switch (optional)
Serial port
External battery
connection(optional)
Ensure that cables are held in place using the clips on the base of the
machine and are not trapped under the feet as this could damage
them
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External battery
If your machine is powered from an external battery, you must
connect the battery to switch on the machine and disconnect it
to switch off using the battery cable supplied. Check that the
red lead goes to the positive terminal and the black lead goes
to the negative terminal.
Internal battery backup (optional)
The internal battery provides short term protection in the
event of a power supply failure. The change over to battery
power supply is completely automatic as long as the separate
On/Off switch for the internal battery is set to ON.
This switch should be ON at all times while the machine is
connected to the mains power supply.
If the machine is not connected to a mains power supply the
battery switch must be OFF
Before you begin
You can find comprehensive instructions for using your
machine in `User Instructions’ on the CD that accompanies
the machine. The instruction books include all the functions
available across the range of IX machines. This means that
some of the functions may not be available at your machine.
You should ignore those sections which do not apply.
Keyboard overlay
Your machine is fitted with a reversible keyboard overlay. You
need to display the manager overlay in order to program the
machine.
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1.
Hold the overlay by the tab and slide it down to remove it
from behind the clear protective cover.
2.
Reverse the overlay to reveal the programming side.
3.
Slide the top edge of the overlay up under the protective
cover until the bottom edge rests on the supports.
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Function keys (sales keyboard)
Resets an out of balance scale.
Subtracts the weight of the container when weighing goods.
In receipt mode, retains the PLU until the transaction is
entered.
Retains a tare, if in operation, until it is cancelled.
In label mode, the PLU is retained until it is cancelled.
Sets the machine to pre-pack if the machine configuration
allows it.
Cancels a PLU or hand entered price.
Depending on the function in use, clears messages or
characters from the display.
In receipt mode, when the subtotal is displayed, prints
a receipt.
In label mode, prints a label.
Confirms data entry.
Enables you to change the number of items when serving
non-weighed items.
Enables you to change the programmed price of a PLU.
Cancels an unwanted transaction from an operator subtotal.
In label mode, when set to print totals labels only for ADD key
transactions, it cancels an unwanted transaction from the
subtotal.
Depending on machine configuration, allows totals labels or
totals and individual labels to be printed.
Selects the other price base when entering the price of an
open, weighed PLU or a hand entered pricee
Enables you to enter the price of a non weighed item.
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Switches the scale to or from hand price or PLU operation.
Initiates a display test sequence.
Pressed again during the test sequence prints a test report.
Press operator key and type in PIN during test sequence to
gain access to Manager Mode.
Press and hold
for three seconds to switch on the
machine.
Press and hold
for three seconds to switch off the
machine.
Programmable keys
The white, numbered, keys on the sales keyboard are
programmable keys. You may assign dedicated keys such as
PLU, Operator and Payment keys to any of the programmable
keys.
Selecting label/receipt mode (not IX110 and IX212)
Operator mode
Label
or
Receipt
9
Select other mode
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Basic programming
Entering manager mode
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During test display
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PIN
Exiting manager mode
To exit Manager Mode:
Operator PIN
The default operator number is 1 and the default operator PIN
is 4296.
For added security, give each operator a PIN that is different
from the one set up.
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Manager Menus
The complete programming menus for the IX model that you
have can be found on the separate sheet supplied with the
machine.
This guide shows you the keys you should use to move
around the menu system and select menu items.
Your programming keyboard overlay has keys that allow you
to go directly to some of the menu items.
Move to menu item below.
Select menu item displayed.
Move to menu item above.
Move to top level of menu.
When at top level of menu, return to operator
mode.
Move across menu items.
Move up one level.
PLU Create/edit quick save
Save data entered up to this point.
To exit Manager Mode from within a menu
X2
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Programming products
The minimum product information required for you to be able
to use your scale is PLU number and unit or item price.
However, it is useful to program a brief description for the
display text, and a label format if you are using label mode.
When creating the PLU you can either:
ignore prompts for options you do not wish to use (just press
enter)
or:
you can customise the Create/Edit PLU menu so that only
those options that you want to use appear on the display
when you are creating or editing a PLU.
Customising the PLU menu
The instructions given here describe how to disable PLU Text
1 but any of the options displayed can be disabled or enabled
in the same way.
Manager mode
X3
X4
Until you see PLU Text 1
Select Disabled
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Create/edit PLU
Example:Programming PLU record with description and price.
All other options disabled. See previous page.
Manager mode
PLU number
PLU display text
Select unit/item price
PLU
?
Assign PLU key
Unit/item price
Assigning PLU keys
Manager mode
PLU
?
PLU number
Assign PLU key
Changing prices
Use this function if you want to change only the unit/item price
.
Manager mode
PLU number
13
New price
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Programming operators
Manager mode
X2
Operator number
0-8
Operator name
PIN
Re-enter PIN
Security level
0-2
Trading/Training
Logged On/Off
Assigning operator keys
Manager mode
Operator number
0-8
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Assign Operator Key
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Assigning payment keys (not IX110 and IX212)
Example:Assigning payment key 1 (cash)
Manager mode
X3
System Data
X2
Machine Setup
ECR Assign
Standard Assign
Payment
Payment Key No.
Enter required payment
key number (1)
1-5
Assign payment key
Basic operations
Receipt machines
Assigning transactions
Sales mode
NJ
…
…
r1
Operato a
Mari
0DULD
…
Assign transaction
Printing receipts
Sales mode
r1
Operato a
Mari
0DULD
…
£
To display sub-total
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Counter receipts
If your machine is operating in receipt mode (e.g. IX110 and
IX212 machines) but not in PoS mode you can print a counter
receipt. Press .
to print the receipt.
Displaying customers’ change
You can display the change required by a customer while the
receipt is being printed.
Sales mode
r1
Operato a
Mari
0DULD
…
Amount tendered while operator subtotal displayed
To display sub-total
…
…
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…
£
Voiding a transaction (not IX110 andIX212)
Sales mode
r1
Operato
Maria
r1
Operato
Maria
Display op. subtotal
Press until you see the
transaction you want to void
X?
Voiding last transaction (IX110 and IX212)
Sales mode
r1
Operato
Maria
r1
Operato
Maria
Display op. subtotal
Press until you see the
transaction you want to void
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X?
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Label machines
Printing labels
Sales mode
Operator functions
Using the overide key
Sales mode
or
PLU number
r1
Operato
Maria
New price
or
Receipt mode
Label mode
Using the FIX key
Sales mode
PLU and/or Tare
r1
Operato
ri
a
M a
Receipt mode
or
Label mode
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Using a tare
Sales mode
Zero
Net
NJ
Zero
Net
or
…
NJ
…
…
PLU number
r1
Operato a
Mari
or
Receipt mode
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Label mode
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Paper route
Labels with backing rewound
Continuous paper
Receipts and reports
Rewinding the backing paper (labels)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Clean regularly
snap swab
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This document contains a general guide only of the product and shall not form part of any contract unless specifically
agreed by Avery Berkel Limited in writing in each case on the Order Acknowledgement. The specification of the products
described herein may vary from time to time and may be altered without notice.
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