CAS CL5000J Series Service manual

CAS CL5000J Series Service manual

CL5000J Series

Service Manual

(English)

Rev. 2007. 09. 06

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Table of Contents

1. Proper Operation ................................................................................................................................................5

1.1 Introduction..............................................................................................................................................5

1.2 Model and Specificationl .........................................................................................................................6

1.3 Environmental Conditions & Safety .......................................................................................................7

1.4 Leveling and Footer Location .................................................................................................................8

1.5 Power Outlet and Requirements .......................................................................................................... 10

2. Classification .................................................................................................................................................... 11

2.1 Scale Overview ..................................................................................................................................... 11

2.2 Display and Indicators .......................................................................................................................... 12

2.3 Printer ................................................................................................................................................... 13

2.4 Commuication ....................................................................................................................................... 14

2.5 Key Pad ................................................................................................................................................. 15

3. Getting Started .............................................................................................................................................. 16

3.1 Sealing Method ..................................................................................................................................... 16

3.2 Installation of the Label Roll ................................................................................................................ 16

3.3 Turning Power On .................................................................................................................................. 18

3.4 Program Menu and Tree ...................................................................................................................... 18

3.4.1 How to access PROGRAM MODE .............................................................................................. 18

3.4.2 Program Menu Tree ..................................................................................................................... 19

3.4.3 Calibration Menu Tree ............................................................................................................... 20

4. Calibration Mode ........................................................................................................................................... 21

4.1 Calibration............................................................................................................................................. 21

4.1.1 Span Calibration (Menu Code 8110) ................................................................................................... 22

4.1.2 Span/Zero Fine Adjust (Menu Code 8120) ...................................................................................... 23

4.1.3 Capacity & Units (Menu Code 8130) ............................................................................................... 24

4.1.4 Gravity Constant (Menu Code 8140)................................................................................................ 25

4.1.5 Hysteresis Calibration (Menu Code 8160) ......................................................................................... 27

4.1.6 A/D Set (Menu Code 8180) ........................................................................................................ 28

4.1.6.1 A/D Initialize (Menu Code 8183) .............................................................................................. 28

4.1.6.2 A/D FirmWare Update (Menu Code 8187) ............................................................................... 28

4.2 System Options ..................................................................................................................................... 29

4.2.1 System Clear ..................................................................................................................................... 29

4.2.1.1 Clear PLU (Menu Code 8211) ................................................................................................ 29

4.2.1.2 Clear Table (Menu Code 8212) .............................................................................................. 29

4.2.1.2 Clear Table (Menu Code 8213) .............................................................................................. 29

4.2.1.3 Clear All (Menu Code 8214) ..................................................................................................... 29

4.2.2 Set Scale Type .................................................................................................................................. 30

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4.3 Printer Hardware.................................................................................................................................. 31

4.3.1 Label Size (Menu Code 8320) ................................................................................................... 31

4.3.2 Sensor Calibration (Menu Code 8330) ...................................................................................... 31

4.3.3 Sensor & Motor <<Peel >> (Menu Code 8340) ........................................................................ 31

4.3.4 Print Intensity (Menu Code 8350) ............................................................................................. 31

4.3.5 Adjust Feed Length (Menu Code 8360) .................................................................................... 32

4.3.6 Label Pre-print (Menu Code 8370) ........................................................................................... 32

4.3.7 Printer Initialize (Menu Code 8380) .......................................................................................... 32

4.7 Self Test ............................................................................................................................................... 33

4.7.1 Display Test (Menu Code 8510)................................................................................................ 33

4.7.2 A/D Test (Menu Code 8520) ..................................................................................................... 33

4.7.3 Keyboard Test (Menu Code 8530) ............................................................................................ 33

4.7.4 Chess Print (Menu Code 8540) ................................................................................................. 34

5. Parameter ...................................................................................................................................................... 35

6. Servicing & Parts Replacement ....................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

6.1 Platform Safety Overload Adjustment ..................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

6.2 Removing the Upper Case ....................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

6.3 Main board Replacement (TODO : change) ............................................ ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

6.4 Power Supply Replacement ..................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

6.5 Load Cell & AD Converter Replacement ................................................ ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

6.6 Print Assembly Replacement ................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

6.7 Display Replacement ................................................................................ ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

6.8 Keyboard Replacement A,B(with/without breaking sealing) ................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

7. Update ............................................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

7.1 F/W update ............................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8. Schematic & Diagrams ...................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.1 System Block Diagram ............................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.2 Connection Diagram ................................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.3 I/O Pin Connection ................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.4 Main PCB .................................................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.5 A/D PCB .................................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.6 Display PCB .............................................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.7 I/O PCB ..................................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.8 Printer I/O PCB ........................................................................................ ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

8.9 Slot PCB .................................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9. Exploded Views ................................................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9.1 Scale Assy (B,P-type) ............................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9.2 Body Assy (B,P-type) .............................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9.3 Platform (B,P-type) ................................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

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9.4 Upper Case ............................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9.5 Pole display (P-type) ............................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9.6 Printer Assembly ...................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9.7 Printer Header Assemble ........................................................................ ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9.8 Cartridge ................................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

9.9 Tray assembly (B,P-type) ....................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

10. Part List ........................................................................................................... ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

10.1 Electronic ................................................................................................ ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

10.2 Mechnical ................................................................................................ ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

12. Revision .............................................................................................................. ¡Error! Marcador no definido.

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1. Proper Operation

1.1 Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the CAS CL5000J price computing printer scale. We have designed this equipment with advanced features, high quality construction, and user-friendly menu driven programming. We are confident that you will find the CAS CL5000J scale will meet all of your most demanding needs.

Sales data is easily acquired through many of the available. Also available: High speed printer, 53 preset keys (106 using the SHIFT key or double click) per department, and several operation modes that enable you to control & access to the scale.

For larger operations, CL5000J has in-store network that can link-up to 32 scales. RS-232 port, ethernet port enable to export and import program data for time-save mangement. On-time operation possible because of PLU and all other data files are kept locally in each scale’ s memory bank; the scale’ s speed is the same as a stand-alone unit in a network.

The CL5000J can use with label. Also cartridge loading mechanism helps to refill the label roll easyly.

Also you can print logos, templates, ingredient messages, advertisement lines, and more to promots your store.

Remember, for proper installation and maintenance please read the CL5000J Manual before use. A wide variety of supplies, accessories, and expansion options are available through CAS Corporation for whatever your new and increasing demands may require

The CL5000J also comes with the SP-2 software package. This software runs on any PC using the

95/98/2000/XP Windows OS. You can design your own label formats on your computer screen and save them to your hard drive. With this percise interface, the labels you see on-screen appear exactly on the printer. You can also manage all of the CL5000J’ s programs and options like pricing, PLU programming, etc. You can upload data from a CL5000J or download data. This is ideal solution for an emergency scale backup system. All this and many more features are packed into the SP-2 software package. SP-2 software package enhances your business next level.

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1.2 Model and Specificationl

Model

Capacity

Interval

Max Tare

Display

Zero Pass Range

Re-Zero Range

Overload Range

A/D Conversion Rate

Measurement type

Platter type

Key

Speed Key

Data Table

Report

Printing Resolution

Label Size

Barcode Type

Font

Printer Type

Dimensions

6Kg

1g/2g

-2.999Kg

CL5000J Series

15Kg

2g/5g

-5.998Kg

7-segment VFD

30Kg

5g/10g

-9.995Kg

Tare: 4 digit

Weight: 5 digit

Unit Price: 6 digit

Total Price : 6 digit

1~50% (default 10%)

1~50% (default 2%)

Max Capa. ~ Max Capa. + 255d (default Max+9d)

Approx. 8/sec

Load cell

SUS

B-Type

PLU Key : 48, Function Key: 36

PLU Key : 96

P,R-

Type

PLU

Ingredient 400 Char user defined Barcode Format

Department

Origin

Group

PLU Key : 72, Function Key: 36

PLU Key : 144

1~999999

1~100

6000

100

1~20

1~99

1~500

1~99

20

99

500

99

Label Format

Bitmap

Quantity Symbol

Tare Table

Default :30, User:10

1~5

1~8

1~99

40

5

8

99

Scale, PLU, Misc. PLU, Group, Department, Hourly

202 dpi

Width: 40mm ~ 60mm, Length: 30mm ~ 80mm

EAN13, I2OF5, CODE128C ,

Offer varoius sizes of label format, e.g Small, Middle, Large Size, and on the label format, also offers varioous types of fonts, such as Italic,Bold,Underline,Throgh Line, Double through line, Reverse,shadow, outline etc.

Direct Thermal Print

B-Type 408 x 432 x 173 mm

P-Type

R-Type

408 x 493 x 542 mm

408 x 493 x 607 mm

Tray : 380 x 244 mm

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1.3 Environmental Conditions & Safety

1) Please avoid the following hostile conditions

Temperatures below or exceeding:

-10° C ~ 40° C (14° F ~ 104° F)

Excessive vibration

Wind or fans functioning in direct

 contact with weighing platform.

Direct sunlight

High humidity

Ungrounded electrical outlet

Unstable or flimsy surface

Shared electrical outlet

Dust or dirt

Poor ventilation

2)

Environmental Protection

The scale should be installed in a dry and liquid free environment. When the scale is installed in a high humidity or wet-type environment, be sure to avoid spilling or spraying directly on any surface of the scale.

3)

Personal Safety

It is very important to be aware of personal safety whenever maintaining or operating this equipment. We have tried to place warning labels and other indicators at the actual location on the equipment where the danger is most likely to occur. Warnings and cautions that are necessary for the safe operation of the scale are contained in this manual. Please, make sure to read carefully ALL warnings and cautions before operating the scale.

4) Observe the following safety precautions

Shut the scale OFF and unplug the scale whenever you are changing the label roll or whenever working in the printer bay.

The outlet that the scale is plugged into, should be properly grounded.

Whenever connecting or disconnecting ANY cables from the scale, be sure to hold the cables by the end connector. Failure to do so may cause a short circuit.

Maintain a static-free work area.

The outlet used must have the proper voltage ratings.

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1.4 Leveling and Footer Location

1) Location

This scale must be placed on a flat and stable surface. Please keep the scale away from the direct path of oscillating fans, ventilation systems, or strong drafts as these air disturbances can be picked-up by the scale’ s very sensitive weighing platform and may cause incorrect weight readings.

1.1) General Footer

Factory setting (Footer location is following picture)

1.2) Short Case Footer

Unscrow the footer and place in center hole for narrow place.

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2) Leveling

If the scale is not properly leveled, please adjust the 4 adjustable legs at the bottom of the scale.

Turn the legs clockwise or counterclockwise so as to center the bubble of the leveling gauge inside the indicated circle. Turning the adjustable legs counter-clockwise (viewed from top of scale) will lower that part of the scale. Turning the adjustable legs clockwise (viewed from top of scale) will raise that part of the scale. (See Fig.)

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1.5 Power Outlet and Requirements

Power Source : AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A

Power consumption : Max 90W

CL5000J ’ s outlet is on bottom of scale.

RS232C

Power Outlet

Power Switch

1) The CL5000J is designed to be used almost anywhere in the world! Like the many appliances of today, the CL5000J is designed with an automatically switching power supply. This allows operation when connected to an AC source from 100V to 240V at 50/60Hz with 5% tolerance.

NOTE: Please make sure that the power lines used for the CL5000J are dedicated lines with

No high-noise devices (such as compressors, motors, etc) running on it.

Also, make sure that the wiring to the electrical socket is correct.

If you are uncertain as to the state of your work’ electrical lines, please contact a certified electrician.

2) Once you are sure as to the safety of the electrical line, make sure to ONLY plug the scale into a

3- prong outlet. The third prong is a safety ground and an electrician should properly wire this if it is not correct or if you are unsure. Failure to this CAN result in electrical shock from use of this or any electronic scale.

3) Do not use any 3-prong to 2-prong adapters or break-off the third prong from the CLP power cord. The third prong is necessary and must be properly connected.

4) If you have any problems or questions regarding this matter, make sure to contact the CAS

Service Department.

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2. Classification

2.1 Scale Overview

CL5000J has 2 differrnt type Standard Type, Pole Type(R,P).

Standard Type

Pole Type P

Pole Type R

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2.2 Display and Indicators

There is VFD display on CL5000J. VFD display indicates program tare, weight, unit price, total price.

Underbar inicates stable, net, zero, auto, save, prepack, D/C, shift, data transfer.

Display: 4/5/6/6

TO DO : Insert Picture

Indicators

SYMBOLS DESCRIPTION

ST (

) Stable weight indicator

NET (

)

0

AUTO

SAVE

Net weight indicator

Zero weight indicator

Print Mode indicator

Auto clearing status indicator

PREPACK

DC (

)

SHIFT (

)

Auto clearing status indicator

Discount status indicator

Speed key shift status indicator

TR Data transmission status indicator

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2.3 Printer

•Cartridge type print mechanism

•High quality ROHM printer

head (50km/5x107pulses)

•Improved a rotating force by using 2 independent motors

•Large compartment for 120mm

paper roll

•High speed at 75 mm/sec.

•5 intensity ranges for paper roll

quality adjustment

•Supports Paper

•Labels,

•Continuous strip labels,

•Lineless paper

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2.4 Commuication

Standard

RS232

Ethernet

Ethernet

RS232

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2.5 Key Pad

Key pad is like following picture (This may change depands on contury)

Standard Type Keypad

Pole Type Keypad

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3. Getting Started

3.1 Sealing Method

3.2 Installation of the Label Roll

Label Specifications

Outer diameter of roll : 100mm

Inner diameter of roll : 40mm

Width of receipt roll : 40, 50, 60mm

Width of label roll : 60mm(MAX)

Print Area

Width of label : 60mm(MAX)

Length of label : 80mm(MAX)

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To install the label roll at ANY time you must follow the directions in this section:

1) Press the ON/OFF key and make sure that the display is completely off. Open the printer’ s sideaccess panel. (See fig.1)

2) Lift up TPH lever as fig 2

.

3) Remove cartridge as fig. 3.

4) Remove Pick-Up Spool assembley and paper guide from the cartridge as fig. 4.

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5) Place the label in the scale as fig. 5

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6) Press the FEED key.

NOTE: For auto label calibration press FEED key two or three times

* If label position is not correct, you have to check the followings: a. Label size (Label setting menu) b. Feed Adjustment (Feed adjustment menu) c. Senseor calibration (Sensor Calibration menu)

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3.3 Turning Power On

When you turn on scale, display will show below scren.

CAS CL5000

0.000 0.000 0.00

3.4 Program Menu and Tree

3.4.1 How to access PROGRAM MODE

You can see the Program Menu screen by pressing the MENU key.

1100 PGm PLU vEr 1.0

0.00

You can use both keys, DATE-TIME/ ▲ and PLU/▼ to move other menu. Once you choose a suitable menu, press PRINT key to execute program.

NOTE: Refer to the function keys avaiable program and calibration menu.

Program and Calibration Menu, Function Key

DATE-TIME/ ▲, PLU/▼

PRINT

X/ESC

Description

Selects a different menu

Executes command or selects the submenu

Exits the Menu

1100 PGm PLU

Digit 1100 indicates Menu code. You should press PRINT key at prior menu to see sub menu screen as below.

1120 PGm Edit

Whole Program and Calibration Menu Tree is described from next pages.

Refer to each code of Program and Calibration Menu Tree in following pages.

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3.4.2 Program Menu Tree

CODE Menu

1100 PLU

1200 PLU Table1

1300 PLU Table2

1400 Store Data Table

1500 Global Setting

1600 Report

1700 Printing

1800 Scale Config

CODE Sub Menu CODE Sub Menu

1120 New/Edit

1144 Expand Item

1150 LIST

1160 Speed Key

1240 Sales Message

1250 Origin

1260 Barcode

1270 Tare

1280 Unit Symbol

1310 Message

1410 Store

1510 Label Format

1520 Barcode

1610 Report Print

1611

1612

1613

1614

1615

1616

Scale

PLU

Misc. PLU

Group

Department

Hourly

1650 Clear All

1710 Print Label Item

1730 H/W Setting

1732

1733

1734

1735

1736

1737

Label Size

Sensor Calibration

Peel Sensor

Print Intensity

Adjust Feed Length

Label Preprint

1890 Clear Memory

1738 Initialize Printer

1830 Department/Store/speed key number

1840 Date/Time

1852 Change Password

1860 Test

1861

1862

1863

Display

A/D

Keypad

1864

1865

Chess Printer

Printer Sensor

1870 Scale Parameter

1861

1862

1863

1864

PLU

Table1

Table2

All

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1900 Communication 1910

Network

Setting

1912

1913

1915

DHCP

IP

RS232C Baudrate

3.4.3 Calibration Menu Tree

CODE Menu

8100 Calibration

8200 System Options

8300 Printer Hardware

8500 Self Test

8600 Parameter Setting

CODE Sub Menu CODE Sub Menu

8110 Span Calibration

8120 Span/Zero Fine Adjust

8130 Capacity & Units

8140 Gravity Setting

8160 Hysteresis Calibration

8210 System Clear

8183 A/D Initialize

8180 A/D Set

8220 Set Scale Type

8320 Label Size (Height)

8330 Sensor Calibration

8340 Peel Sensor

8350 Printer Intensity

8360 Adjust Feed Length

8370 Label Pre-print

8380 Initialize Printer

8510 Display Test

8520 A/D Test

8530 Keyboard Test

8540 Printer Test(Chess)

8550 Printer Sensor

8600 [Parameter Setting Mode]

8187 A/D F/W Update

8211 Clear PLU

8212 Clear Table1

8213 Clear Table2

8214 Clear All

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4. Calibration Mode

4.1 Calibration

Execute Weight Calibration and A/D related settings

(Access Authorized CAS Tester only)

Open the tray and remove the calibration sealing.

(CAUATION: Lift the tray Right side first and unlock the left side)

Order to access calibration mode:

Insert a stick into the CAL switch. Switch power on, while pushing the CAL button.

NOTE: For Hanging type: Pull forward the bottom handle to open

Refer to each code of Program and Calibration Menu Tree.

First page of Calibration mode

8100 CAL CALibr

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4.1.1 Span Calibration (Menu Code 8110)

(Calibration MENU -> Calibration -> Span Calibration)

*Requires set of certified weights. (For best result prepare 15kg/6kg (max) weights)

Select “Span Calibration”

8110 CALib SPAn

Press “PRINT”

8110 SPAn UnLoAd

Empty tray and press “PRINT”

8110 SPAn Wait4 10329

While calibrating zero display shows “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” and follow next message for Span

Calibration.

8110 SPAn LoAd

Put on the Weight for Max. Capacities then press “PRINT”

*Menu 8130 sets the max capacity for calibration.

8110 SPAn Wait4

Display shows “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” then following message

8110 SPAn SPAn

78048

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4.1.2 Span/Zero Fine Adjust (Menu Code 8120)

(Calibration MENU -> Calibration -> Span/Zero Fine Adjust)

This mode is for fine tuning of scale after span Cal. Please put Max weight on the tray and adjust

A/D results at 60000, using the cursor key “

◀ ▶

.” and Number key.

Select menu “Span/Zero Fine Adjust”, no weight is on the tray

8120 FinE AdJUSt

If internal value is not set to zero, press “ ZERO” key..

Put Max. Capacity weight on the tray

0

8120 FinE AdJUSt 60012

And this screen is a just sample data for testing. This sample data are perhaps not the same as the data that you will have with your scale.

- Internal value 60012 needs to change 60000

8120 FinE AdJUSt 60000

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4.1.3 Capacity & Units (Menu Code 8130)

(Calibration MENU -> Calibration -> Capacity & Units)

Set scale’s Weighing unit, capacity, Interval, Cal Unit.

Caution:

Span calibration

must take place after “

Capacity & Units

” setting.

Do not change setting after

Span calibration

.

No

0

Capacity

6 kg, dual

Middle weight in Hysteresis Cal.

2 kg

1(default) 15 kg, dual

2

3

4

30 kg, dual

60 kg, dual

150 kg, dual

5 kg

10 kg

20 kg

50 kg

5

6

7

8

9

300 kg, dual

600 kg, dual

1,500 kg, dual

3,000 kg, dual

6,000 kg, dual

100 kg

200 kg

500 kg

1,000 kg

2,000 kg

8130 CALib CAPA 1

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4.1.4 Gravity Constant (Menu Code 8140)

(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 4. Gravity Constant)

CL-5000Jr scale enables to calibrate in any country. You can set according to country standard gravity constant data. For case of full recalibration set the factory gravity first and then local area gravity code.

(For span calibration Local gravity value is automatically matches with Factory gravity value)

First, Enter the gravity value in calibration area (Factory)

8140 Grvty G-CAL 9.7994

Second, Enter the gravity value in using area (local)

8140 Grvty G-USE 9.7799

Use the following table to determine the proper G-Constant for your area.

Country City G-Constant Country City

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Belize

Bolivia

Brazil

Canada

Check Republic

Chile

China

Colombia

Costa Rica

Cypress

Denmark

Buenos Aires

Sydney

Vienna

Brussels

Manamah

La Paz

Brasilia

Montreal

Ottawa

Toronto

Vancouver

Prague

Santiago

Hong Kong

Bogota

San Jose

Nicosia

Copenhagen

9.7979

9.7979

9.8099

9.8114

9.7904

9.7844

9.7889

9.8069

9.8069

9.8054

9.8099

9.8114

9.7979

9.8099

9.7799

9.7829

9.7979

9.8159

Mexico

Morocco

Netherlands

New Zealand

Norway

Panama

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Rumania

Saudi Arabia

Scotland

Singapore

South Africa

Mexico City

Rabat

Amsterdam

Wellington

Oslo

Panama City

Lima

Manila

Swider

Lisbon

Bucharest

Riyad

Stockholm

Singapore

Johannesburg

Madrid

Bern

Taipei

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Spain

Switzerland

Taiwan

9.8009

9.8054

9.7904

9.8189

9.7814

9.7919

9.8024

9.8084

9.7904

G-Constant

9.7799

9.7964

9.8129

9.8039

9.8189

9.7814

9.7829

9.7844

9.8159

Ecuador

Finland

Germany

Great Britain

Greece

Guatemala

Hungary

Indonesia

Iraq

Japan

Korea

Kuwait

Lebanon

Mauritius

Quito

Helsinki

Dusseldorf

London

Athens

Guatemala

Budapest

Djakarta

Baghdad

Mishima

Seoul

Kuwait

Beirut

Port Louis

9.7814

9.7964

9.7979

9.7994

9.7919

9.7964

9.7859

9.7724

9.8189

9.8129

9.8144

9.8009

9.7844

9.8069

Tunisia

Turley

Uruguay

USA

Tunis

Ankara

Montevideo

Anchorage

Atlanta

Boston

Chicago

Dallas

Detroit

Los Angeles

New York

Philadelphia

San Francisco

Caracas

9.7949

9.8039

9.7979

9.8024

9.8024

9.7994

9.7829

9.7799

9.8024

9.7964

9.8189

9.7964

9.8039

9.8024

Venezuela

NOTE:

The G-Constant is the acceleration of gravity in meters per second per second.

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4.1.5 Hysteresis Calibration (Menu Code 8160)

(Calibration MENU -> Calibration ->

Hysteresis Calibration

)

You can re-adjust the med-range weight level for precise calibration.

8160 CALib HySt

Hysteresis Calibration for example 15 kg, middle value is 5 kg

Press “print”.

8160 HySt UnLoAd

Clear the tray and press “PRINT”, then “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” will display.

10329

8160 HySt middLE 40329

Put middle weight (5kg) on the tray and press “PRINT”, then “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” will display.

8160 HySt LoAd

Put 15kg on the tray and press “PRINT”, then “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” will display.

70329

8160 HySt middLE 40329

Put Clear middle weight (5kg) on the tray and press “PRINT”, then “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” will display.

8160 CALib HySt

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4.1.6 A/D Set (Menu Code 8180)

(Calibration MENU -> Calibration -> A/D Set)

4.1.6.1 A/D Initialize (Menu Code 8183)

(Calibration MENU -> Calibration -> A/D Set -> A/D Init )

8183 Ad-Se init

Wait for a moment after pressing “PRINT” ,and while display shows following message

8183 Ad-Se wAit init

CAUTION: Must record setting values before Executing menu . This will set the scale first default setting

4.1.6.2 A/D FirmWare Update (Menu Code 8187)

(Calibration MENU -> Calibration -> A/D Set -> Update )

8187 Ad-Se UPdAtE

You can change the A/D firmware with your PC in this mode.

ConnEct

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4.2 System Options

(Calibration MENU -> System Options)

4.2.1 System Clear

(Calibration MENU -> System Options -> System Clear)

8210 SyStE CLEAr

You can clear memory depends on options below.

4.2.1.1 Clear PLU (Menu Code 8211)

(Calibration MENU -> System Options -> System Clear -> Clear PLU)

Clear all PLU data.

8211 CLEAr PLU

4.2.1.2 Clear Table (Menu Code 8212)

(Calibration MENU -> System Options -> System Clear -> Clear Table1)

Clear all Table1 data.

8212 CLEAr tAbLE1

4.2.1.2 Clear Table (Menu Code 8213)

(Calibration MENU -> System Options -> System Clear -> Clear Table2)

Clear all Table2 data.

8213 CLEAr tAbLE2

4.2.1.3 Clear All (Menu Code 8214)

(Calibration MENU -> System Options -> System Clear -> Clear All )

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8214 CLEAr

ALL

Clear PLU, Table1, Table2 and Shop data

Symbols and Speed key is initialized

4.2.2 Set Scale Type

(Calibration MENU -> System Options -> Set Scale Type)

8220 SyStE StyPE

This mode was setted by manufacturer. See the following table, and set value in order.

1 – Bench type, 2 – Pole type, 3 - Hanging, 4 – Self service

1

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4.3 Printer Hardware

No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Sub-menus

Label Size

Sensor

Calibration

Sensor

Lable mode

“ Height(40)

* ( ) are default value.

Description

You can mearsure “Gap” & “Peel” . And print out them.

Also you can test Sensor & Motor.

Setting Peel-off sensor.

Print Intensity Set the extent of intensity of label printed.

Adjust Feed

Set adjusting values of feed length.

Length

This value can be from “0” to “400”

Label Pre-print You can set preprint length.

Printer Initialize You can reset printer.

4.3.1 Label Size (Menu Code 8320)

(Calibration MENU -> Printer Hardware -> Height)

You can input “Height” of label manually. (30 ~ 80mm)

4.3.2 Sensor Calibration (Menu Code 8330)

(Calibration MENU -> Printer Hardware -> Sensor Calibration)

This mode will automatically feed the label several times to calculate the measurement.

The average data of “Gap” & “Peel” are pronted out, and displayed on screen.

4.3.3 Sensor & Motor <<Peel >> (Menu Code 8340)

(Calibration MENU -> Printer Hardware -> Peel )

You can select [Y], [N] for “ACTIVE PEEL-OFF”

4.3.4 Print Intensity (Menu Code 8350)

(Calibration MENU -> Printer Hardware ->

Print Intensity

)

You can enter any value from “0” to “4” set the tension of label.

The 2 is default value.

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4.3.5 Adjust Feed Length (Menu Code 8360)

(Calibration MENU -> Printer Hardware -> Adjust Feed Length)

User may enter any value of the feed alignment from “0” to “400”.

You can adjust the printing position detail with this menu.

* 1pixel = 0.125mm , 8pixel = 1mm Ex) Value “+80” will feed 10mm more

Value “-40” will feed 5mm less

4.3.6 Label Pre-print (Menu Code 8370)

(Calibration MENU -> Printer Hardware -> Label Pre-print)

User may select Preprint mode and any value of the preprint length from “0” to “10”.

It controls the length that label is pushed out.

4.3.7 Printer Initialize (Menu Code 8380)

(Calibration MENU -> Printer Hardware -> Printer Initialize)

Initialize printer setting.

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4.7 Self Test

4.7.1 Display Test (Menu Code 8510)

(Calibration MENU -> Self Test -> Display Test)

Selecting 1 will start Display test, press any key to stop and exit.

4.7.2 A/D Test (Menu Code 8520)

(Calibration MENU -> Self Test -> A/D Test)

8520 tESt Ad

4.7.3 Keyboard Test (Menu Code 8530)

(Calibration MENU -> Self Test -> Keyboard Test)

8530 tESt KEy

You can test keyboard by pressing.

Press any keys to test Row Code.

* Raw Code is location of key. (Upper left Connor is 1)

* Press ESC will exit the test or display Row Code.

- ESC + ESC : End of test

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4.7.4 Chess Print (Menu Code 8540)

(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 4. Chess Print)

Select Printer Test (Chess). The scale will then print a TPH (Thermal Print Head) test label. This label print checker pattern helps to find problems with the TPH. You should clean the TPH before you try this procedure. Follow the maintenance procedure for cleaning the TPH. The following examples shows that some of problems that can occur.

1 2

There are several things that this printout sample can reveal:

1.

2.

The rubber roller may be dirty or have something stuck to it. Also, the roller may be perforated.

This is a clear indication that the TPH has been damaged or burned out.

If you need to replace the TPH, please contact the CAS Service Department.

4.7.5 Print Sensor (Menu Code 8550)

(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test ->5. Printer Sensor)

8550

11

SEnSo G128 P128H0

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5. Parameter

No

201

202

204

205

301

MODE

CAL

CAL

302

304

305

401

402

403

8600 CAL

11

8600 PArAm

PArAm nO 100

You can input Parameter number (“ Fuction Code: [ ]” ) for predefine settings.

If You need to Initial Parameter settings, Enter the number “ 999”

If You need to Initial Parameter settings and clear all data (include report), Enter the number “ 998”

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417

VALUE

0~3 (3)

0~3 (2)

0~1 (1)

0~1 (0)

0~10 (3)

0~10 (5)

1~4

1~5 (1)

1~99 (1)

0~1 (1)

0~2 (0)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (1)

DESCRIPTION

Weight Decimal Position

Price Decimal Position

Display scale version at the initial time (0-No, 1-Yes)

Test display at the initial time (0-No, 1-Yes)

Key count threshold for confirming key value

(unit : 23.8 ms)

Key time-out value for confirming continuous input

If this time is over, unit price will be cleared when next key is entered. (unit : 1.7 sec)

REMARK

Key type : 1-bench, 2-pole, 3-hanging, 4-self service no default

Speed key table number

Scale current department number

Allow fixed price sale (0-No, 1-Yes)

Change Unit Price :

0-No, 1-Temporary, 2-permanently

Always Use global label number

Allow printing multi label (using X key)

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418

419

420

421

422

423

424

425

426

427

430

431

432

434

435

436

437

501

502

503

505

509

510

511

512

513

514

CAL

CAL

0~1000 (50)

0~1 (1)

0~20 (20)

0~1 (0)

1~1000 (1000)

0~100 (0)

------

1~100 (30)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (1)

0~1 (1)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (0)

1~10 (1)

0~1 (0)

1~255 (1)

0~4 (3)

0~999 (300)

0~99 (20)

0~1 (0)

0~0xFF

0~0xFF

0~0xFF

0~0xFF

0~0xFF

Threshold weight for auto printing (unit : weight) ex) 50 -> 0.050g

Automatically clear PLU after printing (0-No, 1-Yes)

Minimun weight digit for printing (unit : division)

Ex) 20d -> 40g (15kg)

Allow printing when weight is under min. weight

Unit weight for unit price

Unit for price round (unit price)

Ex) 10 -> 0.10 $ password

Time for waiting stable when printing (unit : 90 ms)

Automatically clear sale information after printing without tare and weight (0-No, 1-Yes)

Use double speed key

Automatically clear sale information after printing with no weight (0-No, 1-Yes)

Allow printing without checking previous sale

(0-No, 1-Yes)

Change sale type from weight to fixed price

When print key is pressed without weight

(0-No, 1-Yes)

Allow warning account over (0-No, 1-Yes)

Allow printing only weight (0-No, 1-Yes)

Current shop number

Automatically misc. PLU sale when no PLU is called

Current scale address

3 – 57,600 bps

Time threshold for checking communication is running

(unit : 10 ms)

Continuously interpreting time in sale mode when communication is running (unit : 10 ms)

Use DHCP (0-No, 1-Yes)

MAC address 0

MAC address 1

MAC address 2

MAC address 3

MAC address 4

HEX mode

HEX mode

HEX mode

HEX mode

HEX mode

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515

516

517

518

519

601

602

603

604

605

606

607

608

609

701

702

703

704

705

706

707

708

709

710

711

712

713

714

0~0xFF

----

----

----

MAC address 5 HEX mode

IP address (Do not modify in parameter menu, use program menu)

Subnet mask (Do not modify in parameter menu, use program menu)

Gateway address (Do not modify in parameter menu, use program menu)

0~99999(20304) TCP server port

240~640 (320)

448

0

0~40 (16)

0~12 (6)

Label length (unit : dot / 8 dot = 1 mm)

Label width (unit : dot / 8 dot = 1 mm)

Label adjust value (Do not modify in parameter menu, use program menu)

Gap length (unit : dot / 8 dot = 1 mm)

Printer intensity (Do not modify in parameter menu, use program menu)

0~1 (1)

80 (64)

0~255 (128)

0~255 (128)

0~1 (0)

0~9999 (2000)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (0)

0~3 (1)

Use Peel off sensor (0-No, 1-Yes)

Pre-print length (unit : dot / 8 dot = 1 mm)

Gap sensor threshold

Peel off sensor threshold

Year digit length ( 0-2 digit , 1-4 digit )

Ex) 0-07, 1-2007

Year text for 4 digit year (last 2 digit must be 00)

Ex) if this year is 2017, year text is 2000

Use month text (0-number, 1-text)

Use 12 hour(AM/PM) (0-24, 1-12)

Date type (0:YY MM DD, 1:DD MM YY, 2:MM DD YY

3:MM YY)

Time type (0:HH MM SS, 1:HH MM) 0~1 (1)

0~255(.)

0~255(:)

0~1 (1)

0~1 (1)

0~1 (1)

0~1 (1)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (1)

Date division symbol (see ASC-II table)

Time division symbol (see ASC-II table)

Enable printing serial number (0-No, 1-Yes)

Enable printing packed date (0-No, 1-Yes)

Enable printing packed time (0-No, 1-Yes)

Enable printing sell-by date (0-No, 1-Yes)

Enable printing sell-by time (0-No, 1-Yes)

Enable printing shop data (0-No, 1-Yes)

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722

724

725

726

727

728

801

802

803

804

805

901

998

999

715

716

717

718

719

720

721

0~1 (1)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (0)

1~99 (1)

1~99 (1)

1~20 (1)

-

-

-

-

-

0~1 (0)

---

---

0~1 (1)

0~1 (0)

0~100 (0)

0~100 (0)

0~1 (0)

0~1 (0)

0~3 (2)

Enable printing PLU number (0-No, 1-Yes)

Enable printing week (0-No, 1-Yes)

Weight Cut-off in barcode data

Ex) value = 10, 1,000 ->100

Price Cut-off in barcode data

Ex) value = 10, 1,000 ->100

Print Weight in by-count sale mode

Print Group number instead of department number in barcode data

Print Origin in name field instead of Origin field

(0-origin, 1-name1, 2-name2, 3-name3)

Print All date/time enable (0-No, 1-Yes)

Print Weight in fixed price sale mode

Enable Korea E-Mart week (only korea version)

Global label number

Total label number

Global barcode number

(Caption) Weight

(Caption) Price

(Caption) Packed On Date

(Caption) Sell By Date

(Caption) Produced Date

Expand PLU item (0-No, 1-Yes)

Init parameter, clear all data and report

Init parameter

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