Toshiba EM1-31015 Scale User Manual
TEC
TEC Electronic Computing Scale
SL-5900 (US. Version)
Document No. EM1-31015
Table of Contents
TOKYO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
EMl-31015D
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
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4. KEYLAYOUT
13
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7. CONTROLLOCK
8. LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
14
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THE PRINT HEAD
OF LABEL ROLL
12. BEFORESTARTINGOPERATION
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17
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Registration
18
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18
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13.3 By Count Registration
(standard function)
13.4 By Count Registration
(optional function by initial setting)
13.5 Tare Function Procedures
21
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16
17
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PROCEDURES
13.2 Fix Price Registration
15
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11. REPORTPAPERTHREADING
Commodity
15
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AND REPLACEMENT
13.1 Weighed
10
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6. LAMPFUNCTIONS
13. OPERATING
8
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5. KEY FUNCTIONS
10. REMOVAL
7
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DISPLAY
9. CLEANING
5
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2. OVERVIEW
3. REMOTE
Page
1
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INTRODUCTION
22
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24
27
13.6 SAVE Key Operation
Sample
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28
13.7 VOID Key Operation
Sample
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29
13.8 Date Change
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13.9 Calling And Printing A Grade Line
13.10 Entry ByClerk
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13.11 Add Entry By Clerk
13.12 Multiple Weight
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30
31
32
33
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14. TOTAL OPERATION
PROCEDURES
14.1 HourlyTotalRepot-t
14.2 Grand Total Report
14.3 PLUTotalReport
14.4 Clerk Total Report
15. LISTUPOFPLUDATA
16. PROGRAMMING
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Selection
Page
34
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35
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36
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40
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42
PROCEDURES
of Programming
45
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Menu
45
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Menu No.
0 : Changing
Unit Price or Price
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Menu No.
1 : Setting or Changing
Menu No.
2 : Setting Store Address or Commercial
Menu No.
3 : Adjusting
Menu No.
4 : Setting Date, Time, Machine Number, and Store Number
Menu No.
5 : CMT Operations
Menu No.
7 : Changing
Bar Code Format
Menu No.
8 : Assigning
Speed Keys
PLU Data
..............................
Print Position for Label
Menu No. 11 : Setting Ingredient
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Message
52
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53
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57
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only)
(for SL-5900-35136
Menu No. 18 : Memory Card (for SL-5900-36
only)
only)
60
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Label (for SL-5900-35/36
Menu No. 17 : Setting Grade Line (for SL-5900-36
only)
only)
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only)
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63
64
65
66
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PLU File or Unit Price (FUN System)
Menu No. 21 : Setting Clerk Name (for SL-5900-36
54
55
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(for SL-5900-36
On-Line/Local
Menu No. 20 : Transmitting
47
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Menu No. 12 : Issuing Confirmation
Menu No. 13 : Switching
46
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69
70
Menu No. 40 : Setting Print Item #l ON/OFF
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72
Menu No. 41 : Setting Print Item #2 ON/OFF
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73
17. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE
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18. BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE
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CAUTION:
1.
2.
This manual may not be copied in whole or in part without prior written permission.
The contents of this manual may be changed without prior notice.
3.
Please refer to your local Authorized
have in this manual.
Service representative
with regard to any queries you may
Copyright 0 1996
by TEC CORPORATION
All Rights Reserved
l-14-10 Uchikanda. Chlvoda-ku.
Tokvo.
JAPAN
EMI-31015D
. INTRODUCTION
We thank you very much for purchasing the TEC Electronic Computing Scale SL-5900 Series.
This scale has been designed with TEC reliability and offers a cost efficient system for a modest
investment.
The SL-5900 (with thermal printer) takes advantage of the latest technology in microprocessors
and
because of this, the decreased cabinet size permits the system to be placed virtually anywhere in
your store.
Your deli, and specialty departments can enjoy these high quality reliable TEC products.
Improve
your operating effectiveness
and watch the enhanced
utilization of your front end scanning
investment.
This electronic Load Cell scale eliminates all moving parts and furnishes an accurate
digital display of all information.
We believe that your needs will now be fully satisfied, and you will have total reliability in price
calculation.
Should you have any questions concerning the scale, please refer to this manual.
Be
sure to keep this manual for future reference.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
This
against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operations of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
(for USA only)
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Changes or modifications not expressly approved
authority to operate the equipment.
“This Class A digital apparatus
Regulations.”
“Cet appareil numerique
brouilleur du Canada.”
by manufacturer
for compliance
could void the user’s
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meets all requirements
de la classe A respecte
of the Canadian
toutes les exigences
Interference-Causing
du Reglement
Equipment
sur le materiel
(for CANADA only)
Safety Summary
Personal safety in handling or maintaining the equipment
is extremely important.
Warnings and
Cautions necessary for safe handling are included in this manual. All warnings and cautions contained
in this manual should be read and understood before handling or maintaining the equipment.
Do not attempt to effect repairs to this equipment.
If a fault occurs that cannot be rectified using the
procedures described in this manual, turn off the power, unplug the machine, then contact your
authorised TEC representative for assistance.
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Safety Precautions
This Owner’s Manual and the products (machines) which you have purchased contain indications which
should be observed in order to use the machines safely and prevent harm to yourself and others and
damage to property. The meanings of these indications and symbols are given below.
Read these indications and become familiar with their contents before reading this Owner’s Manual.
The following safety precaution will help to ensure proper use of the scale.
. Unplug the printer whenever you are working inside the scale.
. Keep your work environment static free.
Meanings
A
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of Each Symbol
This symbol indicates warning items (including cautions).
Specific warning contents are drawn inside the Asymbol.
(The symbol on the left indicates a general caution.)
This symbol indicates prohibited actions (prohibited items).
Specific prohibited contents are drawn inside or near the 8 symbol.
(The symbol on the left indicates “no disassembling”.)
This symbol indicates actions which must be performed.
Specific instructions are drawn inside or near theOsymbol.
(The symbol on the left indicates “disconnect the power cord plug from the outlet”.)
WA!VJlNG
;:~I::
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cause
electric
me
This indicates
that there
machines
are-i-~p~~perly
. _~~-;-. -~A”uda-=~‘=
shock.
appliances
operate.
Be sure lo
provide
an exclusive
outlet for the
machine
as this may cause the
machines
to malfunction.
is the risk of death or serious
injury
handled contrary
to this indication.
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if the
voltage
(AC) specified
on the rating
plate, as this may cause fire or
electric
shock.
top of the machines.
If metal objects
or spilled liquid enter the machines,
this may cause fire or electric
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cause
fire
n If foreign
or electrical
objects
(metal
turn off the power
switches
an abnormal
condition
such as when
the machines
are producing
smoke c
strange
smells may cause fire or
electric
shock.
In these cases,
immediately
turn off the power
switches
and disconnect
the power
cord plugs from the outlet.
Then,
contact
your sales agent (or mainte-
shock.
fragments,
n If the machines
and
,,
agent).
Continued
use of the machine
in that condition
may cause fire or
electric
shock.
are dropped
or thei
cabinets
damaged,
first turn off the
power switches
and disconnect
the
power cord plugs from the outlet, ant
the contact
your sales agent (or
maintenance
and service
agent).
Continued
use of the machine
in that
condition
may cause flre or electric
m Ensure
that the equipment
is
properly
grounded.
Extension
cables
should also be grounded.
Fire or
electric
shock
can occur on improperly grounded
equipment.
age
W Do not install the machines
where
they might be exposed
to direct
sunlight, high humidity,
or dust.
Otherwfse
fire or electric
shock
[Precautions
n Do not place
to objects
Durlng
if the
installation]
the machines
on
unstable
or slanted
surfaces,
as they
may drop or fall and cause injury.
n Do not place
heavy
the machines,
as thes
become
unbalanced
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[Precautions
When
Moving
the
Disconnect
n When
moving the machines,
be
sure to first unplug the power cords.
Moving the machines
with the power
cords plugged
in may damage
the
cords and cause fire or electric
w Do not lean against the machine.
may fall and be damaged.
It
the plug.
.,__ n When unpluggmg
the power cords,
be sure to hold and pull on the plug
portion.
Pulling on the cord portion
may cut or expose
the internal wires
and cause fire or electric
shock.
n When
careful
opening
the cash drawer,
not to let the drawer
hit
n Be sure
to move large scale
machines
with two or more people.
In
addition,
machines
should be mobed
after first confirming
that connecting
wires between
machines
and
externally
connected
wires, etc. have
been removed.
Failure to observe
these precautions
may result in injury.
Precaution
The following precautions
@
will help to ensure that this machine will continue to function correctly.
Try to avoid locations that have the following adverse conditions:
Temperatures below 0°C and above 40°C
Direct sunlight
* Shared power socket
* Excessive vibration
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@
@
Do not subject the weighing platter to sudden shocks.
Do not press the keys too hard. Keys will operate correctly if they are touched lightly.
Clean the cover and weighing platter by wiping with a dry cloth or a cloth soaked with detergent
and wrung out thoroughly. Never use thinner or other volatile solvent for cleaning.
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To ensure that the scale is operating correctly, place a known weight on the platter and check it
for correct weight measurement.
This should be done every morning before starting normal
operations.
@ At the end of the day, turn the power OFF, then clean and inspect the exterior of the scale.
@ Try to avoid using this equipment on the same power supply as high voltage equipment or
equipment likely to cause mains interference (freezer cabinets etc.).
@ USE ONLY TEC SPECIFIED media.
@I DO NOT STORE the media where they might be exposed to direct sunlight, high temperatures,
high humidity, dust, or gas.
@ When moving the scale, take hold of the case and lift the scale. Never hold the remote unit.
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Maximum Capacity
Minimum Scale Division
Display Range
Tare
Unit Price Presettable
Minimum Price Display
Remote Diasplay :
Weight
Unit Price
Total Price
Message Display (option)
Display Designations
Remote Display Mode
Capacity of PLU Memory
Print Head
Label Issue Method
Available Printing Width
Label
Report Paper
Power Requirement
Current Consumption
Temperature Limits
Relative Humidity
Dimensions (approx.)
Weight (approx.)
Memory Card
Interface :
CMT Loader l/F
FUN System I/F
PC Keyboard I/F
TMCC I/F
Memory Card I/F
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Option
30 Ibs.
0.01 lb.
O-30.05 Ibs.
Up to 30 lbs.
$0.01-99.99
$0.01
4 digits
4 digits
5 digits
16 characters (5x7 dot matrix)
NET, PREPACK, INLINE, ERROR, ACCM, ITEMS
Dual sides
400 PLUS (standard), 1240 PLUS max. (option)
Thermal Print Head
On-demand
1.65”
RICOH 120LA or equivalent
RICOH 115F (black) or equivalent
AC 120V + lo%, 60Hz
120VlA, 60Hz
O”C- +4O”C (32”F-104°F)
35% w 85% RH (No condensation)
15.7” (W) x 16.2”(D) x 18.7”(H)
29 Ibs.
MC-1 28KB
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Kit and Device
Cassette Magnetice Tape Loader :
PC Keyboard (for programming) :
Programming Keyboard :
Programming Keyboard Adapter :
Message Display Kit :
TMCC Cable Kit :
AIWA DR-1
IBM PC-XT Keyboard, FUJITSU FKB-2831-001, FUJITSU FKB2831-101
For use of other keyboards, please conteact your TEC
representative.
TEC RK-3
TEC OP-57-RK-3
OP-LCDFIU-US (Except SL-5900-35-C4-US)
OP-5900-TMCC
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FUN System
The SL-5900 is based on the FUN (File Update Network) system, which is a simplified networking
This system can accommodate
up to 16 terminals as a multi-drop, and
system unique to TEC.
allows any terminal in the system to transfer its PLU fife or UNIT PRICE data to other terminals for
verification.
n
System
Configuration
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Max. 16 units/system
471
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CMT Loader
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PLU
File
Control Procedure :
Transmission Speed :
Number of unit/system :
FUN (File Update Network) ... Multi-drop
4800 BPS
Max. 16 units
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PLU
File
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2. OVERVIEW
,-PC
keyboard
connector
Platter
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Message display
(
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~~~
Oplion: SL-5900-30/35-C2-US
Standard
: SL-5900-35/36-C4-US
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Mode switch (1)
Control IO&~
3. REMOTE
L
Level gaugi
L-Operation
keyboard
DISPLAY
CAPACITY 30 x 0.01 Ibs
NET
PREPA=
lb
INLINE
TEC
ERROR
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4. KEY LAYOUT
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Keyboard
Operation
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VOID x
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NOTE : The characters (l-60)
indicated on the speed keys are shown for the convenience
of
explanation in this manual.
The indications on the actual unit are not as shown in this
illustration.
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Programming
Keyboard
COMMODITY
NAME
r
NEXT
PLU
ALIT0
CODE
SEND
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PC Keyboard
(for programming)
n
RK-3 (with OP-57-RK-KS)
: ^
Keyboard
(for programming)
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5. KEY FUNCTIONS
n
For Operation
Keyboard
Lode Switch (1)
“AUTO” position:
This position is used to issue regular scale labels.
When the weight becomes stable, the label will automatically be issued.
“MANUAL”
position:
ight becomes stable, the label will be issued by depressing
vlode Switch (2)
“WEIGH” position:
This position is used in the weighing function of the SL-5900.
WEIGH
BY COUNT
The unit price is entered directly to the total price on calling up PLU,
and that total price cannot be changed by any subsequent weighing.
“BY COUNT” position:
It is available to produce labels which contain information on quantity
pricing, instead of weight.
temporary
date changes.
This key is used to feed labels or report paper.
In the “X” or “2” control lock position, this key is used to generate
step to the next step.
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the
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of label issue.
commodity
from the platter.
commodities.
This key is used to subtract tare weight.
This key is used to adjust the “ZERO”
LABEL& REPORT PAPER
key
CLERK keys
qL/R
point.
This key is used to select label printout or report paper printout.
These keys are used for entry operation
operation by clerk.
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by clerk and add entry
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For Programming
Keyboards
Key
q
CLEAR
89
This key allows the clearing of numeric entries prior to the depression
of another function key. It is also used to release the scale from the
error mode.
This key is used to select the upper or lower character indicated on
the keytop when setting the commodity name or store address.
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s
0
0
0
o
x
o
x
0
x
o
o
x
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
while this key is pressed down, press a character key to set the small
letter of alphabet, or upper-case character indicated on the upper
area of the keytop.
When this key is released, the shifted status is
cancelled.
This key is used to recall the next PLU # (+ 1) of the PLU # currently
recalled.
6
y
g
Function
This key is used to change the PLU # currently recalled.
This key is used to print out the data set in the currently
q
This key is used to access each programming
recalled
menu.
PROG
v
This key is used toselect
selectable
items.
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cl
q
ENTER
During programming,
key.
data is input to the SL-5900 system using this
This key is used to set the free zone of the auto code for UPC #,
back the digit when setting the bar code format, and return the setting
line to the first line while setting the second line and during the setting
of the commodily name or store address.
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Function
This key is used to move the setting line when setting the commodity
key is pressed down, press a character key to set the small letter of
alphabet.
When this key is released, the shifted status is cancelled.
NOTE : When the power is turned off or control lock is switched, the PC keyboard or RK-3 keyboard
will be initialized to select capital letters.
6. LAMP
FUNCTIONS
Lamp
NET
PREPACK
Function
\ ‘/
,yi
\ ‘/
Iyi
INLINE
\ ‘/
yi
ERROR
Iri
ACCM
/yi
ITEMS
\ ‘f
;yi
\‘/
\ ‘/
Lights when tare is subtracted.
Lights when the SAVE key is pressed.
Lights when the PLU or unit price file is updated.
Lights when the scale (for SL-5900-3536)
is in the IN-LINE mode.
Lights when the scale is improperly
operated
or there is a function error.
This lamp lights when items are being added to the specific CLERK
memory in the add entry by clerk mode (for SL-5900-36).
This lamp lights when items are being added to any CLERK memory in
the sub-total operation in the add entry by clerk mode (for SL-5900-36).
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7. CONTROL
LOCK
The control lock has seven marked positions.
There are two control keys which will operate these locks.
l
Manager Key
This key (MA) will access the
PROGCMT, REG, OFF, M.
DOWN, and REWRAP
positions.
l
SE Key
This key (SE) will access all
seven positions.
TSE
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Each of the following positions on the control lock serves a different function.
Function
Position
PROG. CMT.
This position is used to set the data of the PLU, store address, printing
position, date, time, bar code format, etc. It is also used to transfer the
PLU file using a CMT loader.
REG.
This position is the normal control lock position which allow the issuance
of printed labels.
OFF
This position is used to lock the scale power.
M. DOWN
This position is used to designate an item for discount pricing.
REWRAP
This position is used to designate
X (Read)
This position is used to read all the accumulated
the total memory.
Z (Reset)
This position is used to reset all item file totals.
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an item for rewrapping
products.
sales totals stored in
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8. LEVEL
ADJUSTMENT
@eve1
Set the scale on a stable and level surface. Level
the scale by turning the adjustable legs so that the
air bubble is inside the center circle.
Correct
Incorrect
When the air bubble moves toward rear, turn the
front adjustable legs clockwise.
When the air bubble moves toward the left side,
turn the right adjustable legs clockwise.
9. CLEANING
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THE PRINT HEAD
If the print head is dirty, clear printing will not be produced.
It is recommended
to clean the head
with thermal head cleaner everyday before starting operation using the following procedure:
1.
Remove the printer cover and label cassette.
Then push the head-up lever in the direction
indicated by the allow.
the figure to the right with the thermal head
cleaner.
Then set the label cassette, and push down the
print head.
NOTE:
Be careful not to damage the print head
when cleaning.
hermal Head Cleaner
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IO. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
I.
Remove the printer cover and right side cover.
Then push the head-up lever in the direction
indicated by the allow.
!.
Pull out the label cassette. Then remove the
core of the label roll and the label backing paper.
OF LABEL ROLL
Label
cassette
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NOTE: To remove the label backing paper,
loosen the paper by turning the paper
winding shaft counterclockwise and
remove the paper stopper.
3. Referring to the figure on the right, set the
roll on the label cassette.
label
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Roll stopper
Backing paper stopper
5.
Push down the print
head, and close the covers.
NOTE: When the label roll is replaced, press the
feed key to confirm that the label is issued
correctly.
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REPORT PAPER THREADING
Roll stopper
I
Report
paper
12. BEFORE STARTING
OPERATION
(1)
Be sure to plug the power plug into an AC outlet.
(2)
When the control lock is turned from OFF to REG position, the scale goes through the test
scanning sequence, such as 0000, 0000, 00000, then 1111, 1111, 11111 ... ... and zeros
appear on the weight and total price displays.
When the control lock is turned from OFF to
PEG over 16 seconds after the power plug is plugged into an AC outlet, all “8”s appear on all
displays for a moment, then zeros appear on the displays and the scale is ready for use.
(3)
While the scale is in the test sequence,
(4)
Do not move the scale while it is in operation.
Should it become necessary to move it at any
time, turn the power OFF and be sure to readjust the level indicator after relocating the scale.
(5)
Should a power failure occur during operation, remove the commodity
the power plug into an AC outlet again when power is restored.
(6)
If the scale is used with an unrated power source, inaccurate
(7)
If the Zero Point has shifted during scaling, and no tare is displayed,
depressing the ZERO key.
do not put anything on the platter.
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from the platter and plug
scaling or other errors may occur.
adjust the Zero Point by
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13. OPERATING
13.1
WEIGHED
PROCEDURES
COMMODITY
REGISTRATION
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH
[Example
A]
In the event that an unit price of $3.00 is set for PLU#lOO.
zmy:.::.:.:,:.:.:..
...A..
._....._i
. ..i.. .:
;;@jti:
YJgj”’
:.:.,:.,.::.:.,
:::~:;.i’L:i:::
: :
:.y.:!...A.., ;
1
Enter the PLU# .
2
Depress the PLU key.
3
Place a commodity
(ex. 2 Ibs.)
4
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
The label is issued automatically.
on the platter.
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
The label is issued after depressing
the PRINT key.
~
2 00 3.00 $6.00
METW:
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5
Remove the commodity from the
platter.
PLU data is returned to the PLU file.
I
J-----l
0.00
P
000000
__-_--
NOTE : Recalling a PLU# that has not been set in the PLU file will result in an error.
depress the CLEAR key, then enter a correct PLU#.
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In this case,
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[Example
::.-:-::y::::
B]
In the event that PLU#lOO and an unit price of $3.00 are set in the speed key #I.
..
:;g&
: :&h’,,-.
“.>:<.‘.:‘,
::,:j::;:;::::., ,\
.,
./.i_.. . .
‘.
1
Depress the speed key #l .
2
Place a commodity
(ex. 2 lbs.)
3
SW (1) : AUTO
The label is issued automatically.
on the platter.
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
The label is issued after depressing
the PRINT key.
T-BONE
STEAK
PACKED ON
C
DE: 6'
!Ll
2.00
NET\h’T. iG8
3.00
$6.00
Anabel
&f&q
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4
Remove the commodity from the
platter.
PLU data is returned to the speed key
and PLU file.
NOTE : Depressing a speed key to which no PLU data has been assigned will result in an error.
In
this case, depress the CLEAR key, then depress a speed key to which PLU data has been
assigned.
[Example
C]
In the event that an open unit price is set for PLU#103.
Enter the PLU# .
1 1 10 13 1 1
Depress the PLU key.
Enter the unit price.
Place a commodity
(ex. 2 Ibs.)
(ex. $1.25)
on the platter.
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
The label is issued automatically.
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
The label is issued after depressing
the PRINT key.
0.00 1
P
1 000103 1
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.25
0.00
2.00 1
1.25 /
2.50.1
GROUND
BEEF
PACKED ON
!I! iF c
OEC5
2.00 1.25 $2.50
NFrwr.
=
PRICE/lbB
Cm
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[Example
D]
In the event that an unit price is $1.50
(optional function by initial setting)
__ _ _ _ .
Random
Item PLU
-:.:.,.,,:
.,.,..:.:
:g:;:j::;.::i
yJ&F,,
..,. .,,.,
.‘:INo,i::.:.:,:.:
:
.,..
,.......:,
1
Depress the PLU key.
0.00
0.00
0.00
2
Enter the unit price.
(ex. $1.50)
0.00
1.50
0.00
3
Place a commodity
(ex. 3 Ibs.)
on the platter.
3.00
1.50
4.50
4
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
The label is issued automatically.
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
The label is issued after depressing
the PRINT key.
3
00
NET ‘(IT: Kf3
1.50
PRKUbB
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NOTES
1. This operation
setting.
2.
is available
only when the Random
Although the Random Item PLU is handled
PLU# 999999 in the PLU file.
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$4.50
&ma
a.*-
s
AVE.
Item PLU is set to “Available”
as PLUTO in the REG mode,
in initial
it is handled
as
Ehi1-31015D
13.2
FIX PRICE REGISTRATION
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN,
Mode SW (2) : FIX
[Example
A]
or REWRAP
In the event that an unit price of $1.25 is set for PLU#33.
-.. ... ‘,:
~:‘;:y,::‘:
:gi& :
Jj$ i:’
:.:.:./j:.\:.
.::.:.::.:.:.
..
1
Enter the PLU#.
2
Depress the PLU key.
3
Place a commodity
(ex. 1 lb.)
4
on the platter.
I
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
The label is issued automatically.
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
The label is issued after depressing
the PRINT key.
[Example
B]
In the event that an open unit price is set for PLU#32.
yyEy7-Y
,... . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . :.,. ,.
?$g,~
:‘ti;,
i .::. :.:.:. +
:&:~,:.:>:
.:.i :.. .:.:,. ;
1
Enter the PLU#.
0.00
k-L4
P
000032
I
I
2
Depress the PLU key.
0.00
0.00
3
Enter the price.
0.00
2.00
4
Place a commodity
(ex. 1 lb.)
5
(ex. $2.00)
on the platter.
1 .oo
2.00
I
1
CHOCOLATE
MERINGUE
PIE
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
The label is issued automatically.
PACKEDON
!!iF
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
The label is issued after depressing
the PRINT key.
JY
OEC
5
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II
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13.3
BY COUNT REGISTRATION
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN,
Mode SW (2) : BY COUNT
[Example
A]
(standard function)
or REWRAP
In the event that PLU#302 and a price of $3.00 per 6 pieces are set in the speed key
#21.
:.:.. : .)...
.,.,L...,
..
:,$&P
::$$
::.:.:
:
,... 1:.
.,. ., .,.
a
1
Enter the speed key #21.
---.--I
P
61
I
2
Depress the PRINT key.
3
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
Labels are issued in succession
after they are peeled.
3.001
I
I
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
Single label is issued.
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NOTE
[Example
AVE.
II
When Mode SW (1) is in the “AUTO” position, the desired number of identical labels can be
obtained by just depressing the PRINT key to issue the first label, then a next label will be
issued once after peeling it-until depressing the CLEAR key.
B]
In the event that a price of $2.50 per
12
pieces is set for PLU#303.
Enter the PLUH.
Depress the PLU key.
---.--
Depress the PRINT key.
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
Labels are issued in succession
after they are peeled.
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
Single label is issued.
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[Example
C]
In case of purchasing
10 pieces of commodity
at a price of $1 .OO per 6 pieces
*----* SPLIT PRICE
(In the event that a price of $1 .OO per 6 pieces is set for PLU#39.)
.,: :.:::j:j
:,ii:::i:::::r::i:i,
.A:.,::
:)
;::$nj$&, : I .N:
-..P..Rf.G~.i,.
. .:::::::::j.:.:.:
L...
....i. .-$;:
....:...\...
..;:.:.>:‘-:
..._......
. . .;j,:..j,
Enter the PLU #.
---.--
2
Depress the PLU key.
---.--
3
Enter the quantity of purchase.
(ex. 10 pieces) ... max. 2 digits
---.--
4
Depress the PRINT key.
---.--
5
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
Labels are issued in succession
after they are peeled.
P
P
P
1
000039
6
1.00
10
1.00
10
1.68
DONUTS
PACKEDON
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
Single label is issued.
DEC
4
10 tws
WiVT.
=
$1,68
PRiCE/[email protected] m *
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1
1
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13.4. BY COUNT REGISTRATION
setting)
REG, M.DOWN,
Control lock :
Mode SW (2) : BY COUNT
[Example
A]
(optional
function
by initial
or REWRAP
In the event that an unit price of $1.75 is set for PLU#31.
Enter the PLU #.
13111
---.--
000031
P
Depress the PLU key.
---.--
1.75
0.00
Enter the quantity of purchase.
(ex. 2 pieces)
---.--
2
1.75
Depress the FOR key.
---.--
2
1.75
Depress the PRINT key.
P
11 BLUEBERRY
PIE 11
PACKED ON
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
Labels are issued in succession
after they are peeled.
!;F
1
DEC
“5
$1.75
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
Single label is issued
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s
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[Example
BJ
In case of purchasing
6 pieces of commodity
at a price of $2.75 per 3 pieces
... ... SPLIT PRICE
(In the event that PLU#826 and a price of $2.75 are set in the speed key #40.)
Depress the speed key #40.
2.75
Enter the quantity of purchase.
(ex. 6 pieces)
Depress the FOR key.
P
Enter the quantity for that price.
6
2.7
6
2.7
3
2.7
Depress the FOR key.
P
3
2.7:
Depress the PRINT key.
P
6
5.54
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
Labels are issued in succession
after they are peeled.
LARGE
SHR
IMPS
PACKED ON
ilk!
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
Single label is issued.
E/Y
DEC5
$5.50
PRICE/[email protected]
w,
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Ml-31015D
13.5
TARE FUNCTION
PROCEDURES
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH or FIX
There are two kinds of tare subtraction
1)
procedures,
one is “Direct tare”, the other is “Preset tare”.
Direct tare subtraction
-_-
j::xj::,:::::,
L....:’ :
._ii.........
3i%i;,
;;i;:
;,,pfg.$
I:.:&$ .’
: : ::,::::.
:.
.A...A....
/..
1
-;;I
‘:~~~~~
,.. .. . ....i. . ../I .A... .A.,
..). .: .. .A>. . .. .
Place the tare on the platter.
(ex. 0.20 Ibs.)
2
3epress the TARE key.
3
rNeighing operation.
ex.) Enter the PLU#.
p-jqq
Depress the PLU key.
Place a commodity on.
Depress the PRINT key.
I
0.20
P
00000
0.00
P
00000~
0.00
0.00
P
1.50
1.00
1.50
p :.
c : :.
K..
00010
0.01
1.51
BEEF
LIVER
PACKEDON
DEC1
DEC4
SELL BY
1.oo
eKETW.
1.50
$1.50
,..-
=
4
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4
NOTE
qemove the commodity together with
he tare.
rare weight is cleared automatically,
hen PLU data is returned to the PLU
ile.
I
0.00
P
00000~
J
3
I1
--II
Tare weight subtraction is available up to 30 Ibs.
When tare weight ‘subtraction is in
operation, however, the scalable range for net weight is decreased by the amount of the
tare.
(Net weight = Gross weight - tare weight)
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2)
Preset tare subtraction
-- ., ,..-.:.:::
.,......
..i -..
..-.-.
..,
,..,..
::;-::;*::::
.,. . . . . ,.,., . ‘.
g&
:;;i&
. . . . . . . . . . . . .’
.:.:.: :...:.:..
a
j
1
Enter the tare weight.
2
Depress the TARE key.
P
3
Place the tare on the platter.
P
4
Weighing operation.
5
Remove the commodity together with
the tare.
Tare weight is cleared automatically,
then PLU data is returned to the PLU
file.
3)
(ex. 0.20 Ibs.)
P
P
Preset tare subtraction
when tare weight
(optional function by initial setting)
[Example]
is included
in PLU data
In the event that tare weight of 0.20 pounds is set for PL J#825.
*--r+*r.:i:~.~3:L::::~iiSi:~;::
.‘gzc+&~~‘ii’i
s
j ;::g;;:i’i:,:
ii&#p
g?$+*
. .. :.:y:
... :
:.:::::::::
,,::~:~:$.:.::.:
:
__(
i.
.-. ...i i., \. ,.i
g.&$.$.::
.,..:.:.::.:,:.:::::::::
.,.,., .,.,.
r
,
I
,.y,:,:,:.:
,.,.,..
:::,:::::::::.:.:::.:r.:.:
. . .C’. .:.:::.:,:,:r,.::.,
yaTg.,i
: &[email protected],
:. . . . ,.... . . .. . ..-.......,,...
. . . . . . . . :.
:...:3:.:
‘. ‘::.::.::.i...::y
..-L;rrbAir.L
1
1
Enter the PLU #.
18[2151
2
Depress the PLU key.
1.25
3
If you want to change the tare weight
temporarily ;
Depress the TARE Key.
Enter the new tare weight.
Depress the TARE key.
1.25
Place the tare on the platter.
1.25
P
000825
0.00
Weighing operation.
Remove the commodity together with
the tare.
PLU data is returned to the PLU file.
P
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T
000000
..
EMl-31015D
13.6
SAVE KEY OPERATION
SAMPLE
REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Control lock :
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH, BY COUNT, or FIX
The SAVE key is used to save tare weigh, unit price, and PLU data after taking a commodity
platter.
Place the tare on the platter.
(ex. 0.20 Ibs.)
Depress the TARE key.
Enter the PLU#.
(ex. PLU#lOl)
Depress the PLU key.
Depress the SAVE key.
The tare weight and PLU data are
saved.
6
Place a commodity
on.
(ex. 1 lb.)
7
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
The label is issued automatically.
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
The label is issued after depressing
the PRINT key.
8
Remove the commodity
the tare.
together with
9
Depress the CLEAR key.
Save mode is cleared.
10
Enter the 0.
11
Depress the TARE key.
The tare weight is cleared.
12
Depress the PLU key.
The sacle is returned to the initial
mode.
1.50
1.50
00
1.50
P
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off the
EMl-31015D
13.7
VOID KEY OPERATlON
SAMPLE
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH, BY COUNT, or FIX
On depressing
the VOID key, the data of the last registration
is subtracted
from the memory.
.:.:.:
:.:.:.:
:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.
.:.,...,...
>>
.......,.,,.
.f$$.fc.,.
::Q& !.X;1.I
.,.:,:.:...:.;
::i .:,<
.::
,.-..i_.
,. .A.......
: . ..z.::y .,
i :...
.,.
..::.;::‘,..:.
~~~~~~.
;;&i
:..Nw
.. ... ... .. .. .
:;;‘i:i;,f:,;,;i
t.FSRlCE
. . . . ..i .,:.
. . . .,.
. :.’
:~:.3’...-.:: ,. _.. ~ ..:,::,
_/ ‘_.> . . . . :... . . . ._..._..
i,’
1
Enter the PLU#lOO.
P
2
Depress the PLU key.
3.00
0.00
3
Place a commodity
3.00
3.00
4
Mode SW (1) : AUTO
The label is issued automatically.
---.-3.00
---.-3.00
on the platter.
..
!zzz
:.:.:.:.:.
,:.::::y:
PI:..
E:
:y;
u .,_,..,
000100
Mode SW (1) : MANUAL
The label is issued after depressing
the PRINT key.
5
13.8
Depress the VOID key.
The data is subtracted from the
memory.
DATE CHANGE
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH, BY COUNT, or FIX
The date can be changed temporarily.
Depress the DATE & TIME key.
Enter the new date.
ex.) Dec. 5, 1989
i 20589
120589
T-CL
Year
Day (01
-
Monlh
(00 lo 99)
to 31)
(01 to 12)
Depress the PRINT key.
000000
-
NOTE
The SL-5900 will check details of date input, and any wrong date will result in an error mode.
The correct date should be re-entered after depressing the CLEAR key.
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EMl-31015D
13.9
CALLING
AND PRINTING
A GRADE LINE
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH, BY COUNT, or FIX
A required Grade Line of those programmed (maximum 49 Grade Lines) can be call and printed on
the label to be issued, for the purpose of adding a short message to the commodity name.
..
i.. ..i. . .. . . . . . .,;
.:.:...:.:.:.:.: .:
::,: .// >:I::,:
f$&?
I
‘:‘:[email protected];
::
>;:+::::i::zi:i:;:::i:
m
1
Enter the PLU#lO9.
2
Depress the PLU key.
3
Depress the G.Line key.
4
Enter the required Grade Line #3
(Max.49)
5
Depress the PRINT key.
---.--
------
P 3
1 .oo
NOTES : 1. The Grade Line # to be called in this operation must be one of those programmed
beforehand.
If a Grade Line # of no programmed data is entered, a “DATA ENTRY
ERROR” will result on the following [PRT/*] key depression.
2.
When a Grade Line Entry is operated after a PLU Entry as in the example above, the
Grade Line content is not displayed in the Messasge Window but is printed on the label.
On the contrary, when a Grade Line Entry is operated before a PLU Entry, the Grade
Line content is displayed in the Message Window but is not printed.
3.
The Grade Line print position (above or below the Commodity
by Initial Setting.
4.
The maximum number of grade line characters
- 30 -
is 26.
Name line) is determined
EM-31015D
13.10
ENTRY BY CLERK
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH, BY COUNT, or FIX
The entry by clerk mode is used to print out clerk sales data on labels.
g&
9’,fj&J::.,
.::.:+..:..:.
>.
1
Enter the PLU#33.
2
Depress the PLU key.
2.50
0.00
3
Place a commodity
2.50
2.50
4
Depress the CLERK key.
Depressing the CLERK key allows a
receipt to be printed out.
2.50
2.50
NOTES : 1.
2.
on the platter.
PLUS can also be called by using the Speed key.
In the entry by clerk mode, a label is manually issued and its data is recorded
CLERK TOTAL memory, regardless of the position of switch (1).
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EMl-31015D
13.11
ADD ENTRY BY CLERK
Control lock :
REG
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH, BY COUNT, or FIX
The add entry by clerk mode is used to print out receipts.
Enter the UR key.
Enter the PLU#l50.
Depress the PLU key.
Place a commodity on the platter.
ex.) Depress the CLERK key.
Depress the 0 key.
Enter the PLU#20.
Enter the VOID key.
Enter the PRINT key.
-
NOTES : 1. The Speed key can be used for calling the first PLU but cannot be used after pressing
the 0 key.
2.
Depressing
3.
There are three kinds of void operations:
1)
2)
3)
4.
the CLERK key causes the item total to be displayed
Item Correct . _ . . .
Void
.... ... ...
All void
.... ... .
as “SUB-TOTAL”.
Depress the CLERK key, followed by the VOID key.
Deletes an item which was previously added.
Depress the 0 key, followed by the VOID key.
Up to 48 items can be added in the add entry mode.
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EMl-31015D
13.12
MULTIPLE
WEIGHT
Control lock :
REG, M.DOWN,
Mode SW (2) : WEIGH
or REWRAP
This mode can be used when the option for multiple weight has been selected,
price can be changed or the unit price is open.
and the entry unit
yz?Tzyxr
..‘........
-;$~;g,::~:;:
:
.,...,.,.,.
.I. . . .,.. .’
:I.:
W:
.Xl I
.J. ::
rJ :
.L
j .:.:.:y fli,, :
[email protected]&~::
,.,
.:...:.>..:
.(..,.
:.:.:.,.:...:
[email protected]
;;::.:+..
:::.:.:.:.::.:..,,\,
1
Enter the PLU#60.
1
2
Enter the Purchased Quantity.
(Numeric entry = l-9)
1 0.03
0.00
3
Depress the FOR key.
3
0.00
0.00
4
Enter the unit price.
(ex. $5.5)
3
5.50
0.00
5
Place a commodity
on the platter.
3
5.50
3.68
3.00
-
ex)
The amount for buying 21b of a product which costs $5.50 per 31b is automatically
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calculated.
EMl-31015D
14. TOTAL
When the
reports.
When the
printed on
When the
labels (for
control
control
labels
control
except
OPERATION
PROCEDURES
lock is set to the “X” or “Z”
position,
it is available
to issue READ or RESET
lock is set to the “X (READ)” position, the totals will not be cleared as they are
(for except the hourly report) or report paper.
lock is set to the “Z (RESET)” position, the totals will be cleared as they printed on
the hourly report) or report paper.
NOTE:
Before printing out totals on the report paper, change the initial setting.
14.1
HOURLY TOTAL REPORT
The hourly total report is printed on report paper only.
Enter the report #l.
HOURLY
REPORT
bEIN
MnIKEI16
STOREI
7
IKUR
15-16
16.17
17.18
18-19
19-m
TOM
EC/ l/89
1942
CtulT wuil wwds
69 36.93 107.65
f % 17.7
65 51.75 1266.11
I % 2lJ.B
ia aha ill.60’
s 4 18.3
12 50.83 121.56
s % 20.0
93 61.88 161.67
s % 23.3
267 2h1.87 600.29
EMl-31015D
14.2
GRAND TOTAL REPORT
::$;:g;:;:;:::. ;
.: ,....: . .... . . .
:~f.g
P :
W:
$ :.
2 .::’
-k:::
p$[::
::::$i:$$:,:’.. . ...
2.. ...
.-...........
1
Enter the report #2.
2
2
Depress the PRINT key.
2-
3
Enter the
#1 :
#2 :
#3 :
21
22
23
4
total memory #.
Day total (Normal)
Mark Down total
Rewrap total
Depress the PRINT key.
Day total :
nn
GRAND
TOTAL
GRAND
TOTAL
l&m REm
PACKED ON
DECI
SELL
BY
NO
fwltrS 16
smll
NETw2g34 390 680.20
.
PRKVlbB
l
l
. -.
&g&e&&
19250 VAN NESS AVE.
TEL
TOllI
213(320)8900
CaJlil
39l
Kc/ l/89
19:Y
Rluil
236.3
rJuRQ3
680.20
,
Mark Down total :
GRAND
TOTAL
PACKED ON
DEC
1
SELL
BY
HO
7.98
NETWT. m
I
27.42
30
PRICE/[email protected]
w ,
4 --,
19250 VAN NESS AVE.
TEL
Rewrap total
213(320)8900
GRAND
TOTAL
PACKED ON
DEC
1
SELL
BY
RQ
7.54999856 27.54
NETVIT. UBi4
PFlfX/?b~
u (
> .-
19250 VANNESSAVE.
TEL
213(320)8900
- 35 =
GRAND
TOTAL
iN%wllwJ
ftxnIH1
16 DEc/
149
mREl7
19:#I
m lmr rm.M
TOTi% 30 7.98 2I.U
GRAND
TOTAL
EMl-31015D
14.3
1)
PLU TOTAL REPORT
Individual
[Example]
total
Individual PLU total (PLU#lOO) in the day total memory.
-I-Y-yY
.::..::.:...
‘~~~~i:i
‘:~‘l.::.:,‘:’
,:,[email protected]:g..‘:
,. .._ .,. : /\:... :.:. .
,: -‘::~:.:‘.:i::ll.:::,::~:?:~.~,
1
Enter the report #3.
3
2
Depress the PRINT key.
3-
3
Enter the total memory #l.
31
4
Depress the PRINT key.
31
5
Enter the search code 1.
Code 1 : PLW
Code 2: UPC#
311
Depress the PRINT key.
311 q
Enter the PLU#lOO.
311 q
Depress the PRINT key.
311
-
PLUTOTAL
PACKEDON
PLU# NO
000100
PLUREPORT
DEC
1
SELL BY
Ftu I ODolDl
NolwlRFAD
95.99
287.97 im.0
5OF
GfWIDOIUYISI
42.3
2h
- 36 -
EMl-31015D
2)
Block total
[Example]
UPC block total (UPC#250820-250829)
in the mark down total memory.
1
Enter the report #3.
3
2
Depress the PRINT key.
3-
3
Enter the total memory #2.
32
4
Depress the PRINT key.
32
5
Enter the search code 2.
322
6
Depress the PRINT key.
322 q
7
Enter the UPC#25082.
322
0
8
Depress the III0
322
IJ
9
Depress the PRINT key.
NOTE : The m
approzte
key.
322
kev. reoresents
0 throuoh 9.
.
number of the 0 keys.
III
PLUTOTAL
UPC
HO
i
~
DEC1
~
25082-
eNFfWL
2.66
=
19250
V&N NESS
TEL 213(320)8900
2
25082
25082
-
3
Most significant digit in starting number followed by
PAWEDON
SELL BY
-
PLUREPORT
LREmMaoMREfa
IfICIIIH#16
srma 7
6.12
‘ , .-
MU 1189
Whl
Ft coull RIGHr WllM s x
2sam
2
2.66
6.12 1M.O
AVE.
KM
- 37 -
2
2.66
6.12 1M.O
5 OFc&id [WUIIRSI22.3
EMl-31015D
3)
Zone total
[Example]
PLU zone total (PLU#lOO-303)
in the rewrap total memory.
7
:p$.;:f$f:!.
:.:.>:...:.,.~
‘[$$+-.&
jJ&j;’
.,
., ,...,
. . ..v.. . . . .
_i..._i
i....
.:...:.:.::.:..
-
1
Enter the report #3.
2
Depress the PRINT key.
3
Enter the total memory #3.
4
Depress the PRINT key.
5
Enter the search code 1.
6
Depress the PRINT key.
7
Enter the start PLLMOO.
8
Depress the FOR key.
9
Enter the end PLW303.
10
Depress the PRINT key.
PLUTOTAL
PACKED
PLU#
ON
RO
SELL
BY
000100-000303
5.32
NETW.
IlB
~ufrm1m-mn#13itfw
tWtIH1 16
STaif#7
21.98
52
PRlCE/lb~
19250 VAN NESS
TEL 213(320)8900
PLUREPORT
DECI
m
(
,
ffm
Kc/ 149
1942
--
AVE.
TOM
5.32 21.98 tm.0
5OFGRIWWIwRsl79.8
52
EMl-31015D
4)
Entire total
[Example]
Entire PLU total in the day total memory.
Enter the report #3.
Depress the PRINT key.
Enter the total memory #l.
Depress the PRINT key.
Enter the search code 1.
Depress the PRINT key twice.
PLUTOTAL
PLUREPORT
RU
t flu
HoRI#REAo
PACKEDON
PLU%
NO
ALL
rYICHlRt
16
STW 1
680.20
PRlCE/lb~
19250 VAN NESS
TEL 21X320)8900
DEW149
19:13
Rut #WIT WM
WURRSS%
Wl
BLUEBERRY
PIE
3.54
9.m 1.b
tlmJ32 UtLln
tERlKXPIE
PA2 18.84 2.0
Km33 tdbhm#I
I
1.33
S.bl 0.8
m39 rsmi
62
0.m
10.36 1.5
bm
AVE.
MIxi
CHlcKEH
UIKi
181
0.M
liiYJ83 ao5TEM
2.66
ml821 4 FltErS
2
6.63
au825 5wfs
bfJ.Ul 5.9
6.12 0.9
lb.s! 2.1
13.33 2.0
woBz6 Liil Siii
11.M 1.6
tm9
&Ew)I(s
3 15.93
999999 5
7.59
3s.as 5.3
10.98 1.6
TOM 39u 2363 680.20lM.O
%of Ijwyo ttlu%sl loo.0
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EMl-31015D
14.4
1)
CLERK TOTAL REPORT (for SL-5900-36
only)
Clerk total
This is valid only when intial set 1 l-l
is 1.
.:,:j::
::..:::
: ,.
::;g&
,;,Nij;.
.,............
::...
.:.:
.,.
.,:.:.:.:..:
,.,.
>)>;
:,;.:.:.
1
Enter the report #4.
4
2
Depress the PRINT key.
4-
3
Enter the clerk memory #l .
41
4
Depress the PRINT key.
41 -
5
Enter the total memory #.
#l:
Day total (Normal)
411
#2:
#3:
6
Mark Down total
Rewrap total
412
Depress the PRINT key.
41n
413
NOTE: When the option for label has been selected by initial set 9-2, the data for clerks 1 to 6 is printed
on labels in on-demand dispensing mode (a clerk is skipped if its data is 0), and finally the gross
total is printed.
For report paper, the data for clerks 1 to 6 and the gross total are printed.
I
CLERK
TOTAL
CLERK
TOTAL
FxclmoN
PLCWON
CLERK ll I
I.KAWAHATA
*flom
2
-
aEv~y2g
"baauxI...
3.57
15.12
2
YIWT.
4401-A BANKERS CIRCLE AT.
TEL 123(233)8900
OCT
29
aE!L
BY
CLERK I 5
A.SUZUKI
m
PXE,?I
k.],&&,z&
4401-A BANKERS CIRCLE AT.
TEL 123(233)8900
r
CLERK
TOTAL
PAcxEt
ON
CLERK il 2
JIW USHIJIHA
NT
ant ay
29
-‘-=CLERK
TOTAL
tloRt!a
REAO
_--
ttxHINE10
STOW0
0fPT.W
0
ocrm9o
13:M
CLERK
ti CLERK
NM ITEh5 OOLLMS
1 I.KIWAIYITA
35
2 JJH.USHIJlii :
3.57
3
I
ff
: fiSU2W
2
15:12
6
0
0.w
CLERK t ALL
TOTIll
-4o-
6
22.26
EMl-31015D
2)
Clerk name
With the SL-5900,
the “X” position.
..:.:.:.:.:::::.. . .A...
.\..
the setting PLU data can be listed on report paper when the control lock is set to
w
: .: ..,.......,... .. ..,. .,. .,
;. j
ycxp’
;: ,:giy$
;;;[email protected]
z::>y+
m
;
..::;
.._..
.g
;r...A..
..:...:.:.:
iiii
:
..
: ..;gRG;s:
.._
.,.::.:
.. .. ...... ..:...... .... ....-...:.
.... ....... .... ..........
: “,
1
Enter the report 374.
4
2
Depress the PRINT key.
4-
3
Enter the clerk memory #2.
42
4
Depress the PRINT key.
42 -
I
-
CLERK
NAME
UEftKl
.I
2
-i
5
6
- 4t-
URK NRIE
I.WIMIR
JiH.usIlJl~
H.nlKITsu
S.suNKI
R.YJ2MI
T.AspxA
EMl-31015D
15. LIST UP OF PLU DATA
With the SL-5900, the setting PLU data can be listed on report paper when the control lock is set to
the “X” position (optional function by initial setting).
Before listing, set the report paper on the label
cassette and install it correctly in the scale.
Enter the report #51.
Depress the PRINT key.
Enter the PLU #.
List up the individual PLU
ex.1)
report. (PLU #lOO)
Enter the PLU #lOO.
3x.3)
List up the block PLU report.
(PLU #820 - 829)
Enter the PL #82.
Depress the 0 key.
PI
List up the zone PLU report.
(PLU moo -303)
Enter the start PLU #loo.
Depress the FOR key.
Enter the end PLU #303.
ex.4)
List up the entire PLU report.
sx.2)
4
Depress the PRINT key.
100
82
82-
EMl-31015D
W
Ex.1)
Sample
Reports
Individual PLU report
Ex.3)
PLUPROGRAMED
DATA
l-u I al1w
tKliIRI 16
ma 7
PtuI
mm
Zone PLU report
PLUPROGRAMED
DATA
PtuI BAYJlM-w3u3
MIIIM 16
STaa 7
lw 149
1945
#)noolTyllEscvTlOH
T-M S&w
&t lZ!NO SfU / lb 3.ti
Tlyll 0.m SXLFLIFE 5
Iv4 t
comITy llEslxIPTIW
aum T-~~~STW
m 1idtM Siffi / lb 3.M
ME 0.M YUF LIFE 5
ilm101 BEEF
LIVER
w:
Ex.2)
EC/ 1m
1949
lit+llOl
s#R / lb
1.9
TARE
0.20 3El.FLIFE 3
MO102 W SlRtOlN
s12aER
STEM
M tal[P 8w / lb 3.50
TfE 0.M SELFLIFE i
03103 oKlIlaEEF
Block PLU report
w: 1Mlm #ii / lb tlPEi/
TARE
0.m3a.F
LIFE 1
ml1
PLUPROGRAMED
DATA
RUI l.lw-
tWlIHI 16
STcEl7
ow 149
1948
Mu CHIcm
w: 1m1 m / lb 0.75
Tfa 0.m !!JaF LIFE 6
lIlm2
WlacNLEG5
w: 1m
8w 1 lb 3.M
Tfdif 0.M SELFLIFE I
cm03 MICKMUllbi
w: 11303 Sffi 1 lb 2.50
TfE 0.M SELFLIFE s
EMl-31015D
Ex.4)
Entire PLU report
PLUPROGRAMED
DATA
DARE
0.00
~ENIFE
4
omll
wI.FCmIHs
w: lmt fiR / lb 0.75
TYIE0.00 3ELFLIFE 6
m302 #IicKEHm
~
120302 S’fii / lb
3.M
TrylE
0-m
WLIR6
an03
UmDl UlE
w: 1M303m
/ lb
2.9
ME0.mSELF
LIFE 5
m
CaSTEMs
m#ul
ME 0.M QELFLIFE 3
COD
FltETS
bt2508M
m250821
ml
lb 2.30
m/lb
2.50
TINE0.M 9El.FLIFE 3
LIB!25 YlfItPs
m =
ml/2lb 1.25
TM 0.20 3aF LIFE 3
wo826 lHESMItf’S
w:250826 #!I lb
Mf 0.00 SW LIFE
MO829 fiiuaDs#wDwwN(s
w:250829 #fk!/ lb
LIFE
999999
2.75
1
2.25
TM0.mw
7
Rm
m/lb
@f/i
rta0-mWLIR0
-&I-
EMl-31015D
16. PROGRAMMING
l
PROCEDURES
Selection of Programming Menu
Turn the control lock to “PROGICMT”
position.
Select the menu #. (Refer to table 1.)
P
n
Depress the PROG key.
Pn
t
P
n
Menu #.
Start the programming.
Depress the PROG key. (Finish)
Return the step #2 or select another
mode.
1
W Table 1 : Programming Menu Numbers and Their Functions
item
Menu No.
0
1
Changing Unit Price or Price
Setting or Changing PLU Data
2
Setting Store Address or Commercial
Message
3
4
Adjusting Print Position for Label
Setting Date, Time, Machine Number,
and Store Number
5
CMT Operations
7
Changing
8
11
Assigning Speed Keys
Setting Ingredient
Bar Code Format
12
Issuing Confirmation
Label (for 311-5900-35136 only)
13
Switching
17
Setting Grade Line (for SL-5900-36
On-Line/Local
(for SL-5900-35136
only)
18
20
Memory Card (for SL-5900-36 only)
Transmitting PLU File or Unit Price (FUN System)
21
Setting Clerk Name (for SL-5900-36
40
Setting Print Item #l ON/OFF
41
Setting Print Item #2 ON/OFF
only)
only)
EMl-310150
o
Changing
Unit Price or Price
The unit price or price in the PLU that is previously stored can be changed with this menu.
w
,j.:::.:.:;+:
;,::y:...:.:..:
,y.J$i
.~~~~
.......... .A....
.,.........
.._.,.
... .__
.. ./,.
.\
..:::,:...;.:.
:‘::::.
p&&&&
Menu
P
#.
PLW.
ENTER
0
PO
31
PO
101
PO
1.50
PO
1.25
PO
101
The smallest
PLU# in the
memory is
displayed.
I
New
unit price
2
1
5
or price.
0
TEST
The
setling
label is issued.
0
PROG.
’
ii
(Select
another
menu
or mode.)
-
NOTES:
I.
Recalling a PLU# that has not been stored in the FLU file will result in an error.
2.
It is not available to change the unit price of a PLU if it has been set to “open price”.
- 46 *
L
EMl-31015D
1 Menu No. 1
l
Setting
or Changing
1
PLU Data
Setting or changing the contents of PLU (PLU#, UPCX, Commodity
Menu
AUTO
Name, etc.).
P
#.
CODE
Pl
1
Pl
10
Pl
10
Pl
1
Pl
1
Pl
2
Pl
2
‘1
3
for the UPW.
I
PLU#.
1
UPCH.
(continued
on next page)
NOTE: UPCX is set after overwriting with the data of AUTO CODE.
ex. 1) Input
101
ex.2) Input
1234
AUTO CODE : 120--AUTO CODE : 120--UPC#
: 120101
UPC#
: 120234
- 47 -
The smallest
PLU# in the
memory is
displayed.
EMl-31015D
:,, .e
g:’
E‘i
)y
j:: j
&
Commodity
2nd line
setting.
r-l
ENTER
Quantity.
‘T
Unit price
price.
or
wI
4
Pl
5
P
0
'1
10
'1
0
'1
3
'1
0.00
21
1.50
Pl
L-l
Opentprice.
ENTER
Unit price
Pl
'1
flag
'1
~-__
‘6’
ENTER
w
2
(continued
on next page)
'1
EMl-31015D
Shelf
Tare
life.
?l
weight.
rh
2
0
‘1
0.20
‘1
0
‘1
0
i,_l
ENTER
+
a
WEIGH
-0
mode
BY COUNT
FIX PRICE
-
1
---b
‘I
1
-
2
-----b
‘1
2
‘1
101
J
1
mode
mode
I
PROG.
(Selecl anottler menu or mode.)
NOTES:
1. The commodity name can be set in two lines.
Each line can contain up to 26 characters
including spaces.
Before setting the second line, depress the RETURN key.
2. When the quantity is 1 or more (PLU in BY COUNT mode), the unit price flag is skipped
automatically.
3. When the quantity is 1 or more (PLU in BY COUNT mode), the tare weight setting is skipped
automatically even if the tare weight setting has been enabled.
- 49 -
Ehll-31015D
n Changing
PLU Number
?x??
:..::::.::.
..:.:.:.
g.:i
E.X.
jr.;.,
,::::
..:,
j..&
Menu
Current
New
1
P
PROG.
Pl
CHANGE
PLU
Pl
#.
Pl
PLU#.
PLW.
ENTER
Pl
3
5
Pl
ENTER
Pl
tl
P
PROG.
(Select
another
menu
or mode.)
NOTE:
It is not available to change to a PLU# which has already been used in the PLU file.
- 50 -
-.
i-:.
L ::
:I”:”
q:::’
E:.
.bY”
EMl-31015D
n Deleting
Menu
PLU Data
P
#.
Pl
Pl
Pl
PLW.
Pl
cl
PROG.
(Select
NOTE:
another
menu
or mode.)
All the data programmed for PLU#103 in the PLU file is deleted.
during a PLU deletion, it has not been reset or PLU# designated
not been preset in the PLU file.
-51 -
If the scale goes into error
in the above procedure had
EMl-31015D
1 Menu No. 2
l
Setting
With
the SL-5900
Store Address
scale,
the store
or Commercial
address
or a commercial
1
Message
message
can
be set in the memory.
..: ji.:.j:~:::::~:‘:~~:l;~:
:qg;g,;
..i
; .pBtCE
:.
Menu
:
‘..:.::.:..:
‘,,
:
: :.:.: . . . . . . . . . . . . .//
,., :., ..:.:...:.p>:.:
>:.
2
#.
1
0
Enter the address
or commercial
2
(Select
NOTE:
another
menu
or mode.)
The store address
or a commercial
message
can be set in two lines.
Each line can contain
up to 26 characters
including
spaces.
Before
depress
the RETURN
key.
- 52 -
setting
the second
line,
EMl-31015D
l
Adjusting
Print Position
for Label
When a printed data position deviates from the normal position in the forward or backward
along the label feed direction, adjust the print position using the following procedure.
direction
,::‘li
il
.:I
:‘!
Y
Menu
%.
P3
Ll
P3
value.
Ll
1
100
t
Feed
m
_,_,...
A.
..i..
Fj,
g;;
..:...:.:,.:
-
- Standard
110
(O-199)
1 dot = 0.154mm
1 gradatic
ENTER
%
P3
L2
5
t
P3
Commodity
name
position.
(0- 9)
L2
far va
St:
6
1 gradation = 3 dots = 0.462mm
P3
Address
P3
position.
L3
5
L3
t Standa rd va
4
(O-9)
1
1 gradation = 3 dots = 0.462mm
ENTER
%
P3
P
(Selecl
another
menu
or mode.)
-L-
NOTE:
1
Ll
110
3
-
-
-
-
When the print position for a commodity name is lowered or raised, the print position for the
address is also lowered or raised.
After adjusting the print position for the commodity name,
make sure to confirm the print position of the address.
- 53 -
EMl-31015D
l
Setting
Date, Time, Machine
Number,
and Store Number
..K
..._,...,
:... ;’ .: ‘:&
.‘.-.I g.:.,;. 8”:
?;
s:.:’
‘:k
:. A:: :c.,,
t..
F:.:, $‘i;: :: 1.1. ‘o 1. (+’
t,:‘;...g ..:. A:.;. &::
..,.7.:.
iLi
Menu
3
#.
4
:,11
‘4
Current
setting date
12
Dale.
(cx. Dec.
Month
1, 1989)
(01 - 12)
liEI
El
0
1
a
9
1201
Day (01-31)
Year
(00-
120189
99)
‘4
ENTER
Time.
i 13089
c
(ex. 15 : 30)
15
l!!l!J
3
0
Hour
(00-
I-
Current
setting time.
15
23)
1530
Minule
(00-59)
czl
‘4
ENTER
Machine
800
‘4
#.
16
‘4
Slore
7
‘4
#.
‘4
DEPT#
(for C4-36
MAX.
5 digits
‘4
la
‘4
120189
only)
3
(Select
another
menu
or mode.)
4
1-
-
1
-
-_
NOTES:
1. Express all time in a 24 hour military format.
2. The SL-5900 will check details of date (time) input, and any wrong date (time) will result in an
error mode.
The correct date (time) should be re-entered after depressing the CLEAR key.
-54-
L
EMl-31015D
1 Menu No. 5
1
l
CMT Operations
The
The
This
tape
SL-5900 is designed to interface with a Cassette Magnetic Tape loader.
CMT loader allows the transfer of the entire PLU file from the SL-5900 to magnetic tape.
In turn, information from the magnetic
can be accomplished in a number of operation steps.
can also be transferred to another SL-59bO.
..........~...
... ...........,.
,. ,....
......./..
..........\...
.;.:.:.:.jij,.,.,.,,,.i,.,.,.
.,.j,.j,,.,.,,,.,.,.,.,..
:“~~~~:
i
:_i~~~~~EI’
7
I: ‘.
r3..
/ ‘:.
5.”
, j.:.
i
!g
:::~~j’:ii:I-!p:‘:::~:.:
.:
;;1.
Menu
#.
P
5
5
I
P5
PROG.
Load the tape into
the CMT loader.
niI-Im
SAVE
(59004XlT)
VERIFY
(5900
= CMT)
LOAD
3
(5900tCMT)
VERIFY
(5900
= CMT
= SL66)
P5
1
P5
2
P5
3
P5
12
P5
13
(for SL-5900-35)
----Em+
LOAD
(5900cCMTtSL66)
(for SL-5900-35)
P5
Rewind
P
1: or 13)
n
the
Tape.
P
(Se&l
another
menu
5
or mode.)
L
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NOTES:
1. The error mode can be released by depressing
the above steps.
n
the CLEAR key, and operated
2.
Use the metal cassette tape which is commercially
minutes recording.
3.
For operations
loader.
available and has a capacity of 45 or 60
of the CMT loader, refer to the instruction
Error Code during
manual
provided
CMT Operations
TOTAL PRICE
pRq
Error Code
A
l-7
-
Phenomena
Hardware error
8
Verify error
1
Character over error
2
4
BCC error
Data error
8
Time out error
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again through
with the CMT
EMl-31015D
Changing
l
Bar Code Format
With the SL-5900 scale, three kinds of bar code formats are available : Weighing
format, and the FIX PRICE format.
These formats can be changed freely.
.c,.3...,....:,..i:.:,~
::f&&$
#.
:.:.:,
::..
.::,.,.
. ..
9:
,;g!$$g
.,:::.,“:::::‘:‘.~:::::::::i:j:
>..::-::::.:::::.:.:.:.;:...
.-Menu
format,
P
ii
: .:.
: ..:.
iu:
PmgH::
x:
.L
I
P7
Menu
I
#.
WEIGH
BY COUNT
RECEIPT
(lor C4-36
.
-lmode.
FIX PRICE
I
P7
mode.
mode.
-2-
P7
-3-
P7
c
P7
E
-
mode.
only)
6
IENTE;;lz=
P7
1
1-o
P7
3
1-o
P7
3
l-2
p7
3
3-2
Set Cl.
‘7
I
3-3
Sol CZ-C6.
‘7
I
5-1
‘7
i
5-l
‘7
I
1-o
Switch
over_the
setting
item
Skip
00
B
NEXT
PLU
Ihe digit.
Sel Pl -P4.
‘7
,
I
(Select
anolher
7
I
menu
or mode.)
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By Count
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NOTES:
1. In this scale, the previously set bar code format is cleared by RAM clear, and can be
switched to the following formats.
Therefore, it is necessary to set the bar code format
again after RAM clear.
Bar Code Format by Initialization:
0 Weighing format
C2
8
8
C3
C4
C5
C6
PC/D
Pl
P2
P3
P4
C/D
C2
C3
C4
C5
0
0
0
0
C6
C/D
C3
C4
C5
C6
PC/D
Pl
P2
P3
P4
D5
D6
PC/D
Pl
P2
P3
P4
By Count Format
Fix Price Format
C2
@ RECEIPT Format (for C4-36 only)
0
2
D2
D3
D4
2.
When the ENTER key is depressed, format check is executed,
following cases.
0 Price check digit (PC/D) cannot be calculated.
8 Price is not set serially beginning from Pl.
0 The format does not comply with the bar code format.
3.
Check digit (C/D) is set automatically
4.
The usable keys to set the column are as follows:
resulting
to the digit-13.
El -I
i-i-l -I
FLAG
PLU#
UPC#
PC/D
P&E
1
1
;
;
DEPT# (for C4-36 only)
5.
Digits and display of PLU#.
PLU#
Display
2
2-l
3
4
2-2
5
2-3
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6
2-4
2-5
2-6
C/D
in an error in the
EMl-31015D
6.
Digits and display of UPC#.
UPC#
2
Display
7.
3
4
3-2
3-l
5
6
3-3
3-5
3-4
Digits and display of price.
Price
Display
8.
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
Digits and display of DEPT#. (for C4-36 only)
DEPT#
Display
9.
6-l
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
Setting items.
c
1
2
3
Flag
d
PLU#
-----b
UPC#
DEPT#
b
Price
-
PC/D
6
5
4
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3-6
EM1 -3101
1 Menu No. 8 1
a Assigning Speed Keys
The SL-5900 has 60 PLU speed keys which are very convenient
to call a PLU quickly.
-ccrw
‘,‘.:.:.:::~:i::::.:.i:::;::::
:~~~~~I:
::..:I.:::
>,.>>,.,._.>:.,/ ..: ... . ..
-FRfc.,:;;
.i:.. ..,.... i........ ..
.::::::::::::::::il:i::3:::i:
: ,.
..>:...> .... >. . .. .... ... ...( . .
mAd
Menu
P
#.
I .:
v:‘:
f *t . .
‘* p ;
.:. ,:...
:
&&
8
P8
P8
Speed key #.
10
(1 - 60)
PLW.
P8
10
P8
10
ENTER
P8
11
P
829
/
PROG.
(Select
NOTE:
another
menu
8
or mode.)
When “0” is set on the speed key, if this speed key is pressed in the REG, MARK DOWN, or
REWRAP mode, the scale enters an error mode.
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SD
EMl-31015D
l
Setting
Ingredient
Ingredient message
small signed letter.
can be printed on a label in maximum 45 characters
per line, up to 6 lines with
.?:x:::::::::z$:x:::~:+j.~:
::::::.:.:::::::r:s.:,:r.:..
,.,.,.,
:;
~~~~
~~~~~~
,‘.,.,....
..
,,,(,,,
::::::::.:::::j:::::::::;:$
‘.‘.
.V’... ..:.:.....:
._.,.,.:.::::q
....
::::::::~:::::~:i::~:~:::.:::.+~:~,
:.:.:...:il...-.. i..
P
Menu #
11
PI1
Pll
Enter the PLW
Pll
1234
Call the next PLW.
Pll
1235
Pll
1233
Pll
0
Pll
12
Pll
12
Pll
4
PI1
1234
;;tl,“e
previous
el
ENTER
Call the Stored
Ingredient Message.
Set the data on the
second line and
subsequent.
P
(Select another menu or mode.)
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EMl-31015D
NOTES:
1.
ingredient
data cannot be saved into CMT, PL-3 and RAM card for the TEC SL66.
2.
This setting function can be used only after designating the PLU# by initial set g-6, 7
and 8, and selecting RAM capacity by initial set 14-4 and 5 fo secure a memory space.
Data may be damaged if the initial set is changed during ingredient setting.
Initial Set 14
Initial Set 9
3.
When no data is programmed
for the PLU, ingredient cannot be set.
4.
“PLU NOT FOUND” error occurs when PLU# not registered is entered.
5.
The ingredient
6.
“MEMORY
data.
7.
Plural PLUS cannot use same ingredient
8.
Any terminal in FUN System can transfer PLU and its ingredient data in pairs to other
terminals.
to be used for SEND or RECEIVE is cleared when entering this mode.
FULL” error occurs when there is no memory space to register ingredient
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data.
(PLU and ingredient data are in pairs.)
EMl-31015D
Issuing
l
Confirmation
Label (for SL-5900-35136
Test Iabels used to confirm that a PLU previously
the POS system, can be issued.
only)
present to this scale is present in the master file of
....
r;:
+,.::j
L:
2.::
Menu
b.
f-q-q-q-2
Sel the individual
PLU #.
Set the block
PLU #.
(Ex. 820- 829)
Set the zone PLU
#. (Ex. 100-303)
Set the entire
PLU #
ENTER
/
L
To interrupl
issue.
label
To resumi label
issue which has
been inlerrupted.
To cancel label
issue which has
been inlernrpted.
-
ENTER
-
CLEAR
2
---+
4
1 PROG.
(Selccl
another
menu
1
or mode.)
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EMl-31015D
1 Menu No. 13 1
Switching
l
On-Line/Local
(for SL-5900-35/36
only)
When the SL-5900-35 is used as a satellite in an on-line system, the “ID No.” and *Transmission
Delay Time” must be set by the following procedure.
Menu
13
#.
P13OF
Switch the using
mode of the
Local
*
scale.
Enter the ID #.
(O- 255)
On-Line
FMCC-3)
Local
Select the
transmission
delay time (1 - 9).
(Refer to table 2)
p13t3
Id
p13t3
Id
p13t3
tr
p13t3
tr
3
p13t3
Id
50
3
(Select
NOTE:
The TMCC-3
anolher
menu
13
or mode.)
baud rate can only be 4800 BPS.
n Table 2 : Transmission
Delay Time Table
TR-Time
120
140
5
60
160
80
100
180
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50
(ms)
EMl-3lOl5D
l
Setting
Grade Line (for SL-5900-36
You can set the maximum
it to on the label.
only)
49 kinds of grade line (26 character
per line), and call one of them to print
.............i.l...........
y:
‘:::::,:.:.:.~:,~~;,~~~,~:.
I’$~~~:
;;
,[email protected]:
,.’~:.:.;.~:.r
.....:.i.,:.‘.:
.::::i~.~i:~:i:i:j::::::::
\...s-L~~.--.-
Menu
P
#.
PI7
P17
Q
Enler the grade
line #. (l-49)
ENTER
P17
Enter the characters.
P17
(max. 26 chara.Iline)
I
I
ENTER
P17
CII
P17
ti
PROG.
-
66-
:.
$.:
r:,:
__-.
EMl-31015D
1 Menu No. 1% 1
l
Memory Card (for SL-5900-36 only)
PLUS are saved, compared,
and loaded by using the memory card (128KB).
Menu
#.
P
P18
Save
Compare
-2
P18
1
P18
2
Load
P18
Data display
P18
PI8
=‘18
u
NEXT
PLU
_
A
I
Format clear
-8
O-
PLU clear
‘-9
8-
‘18
CLEAR
1
ENTER
I
=18
80
?18
98
P18
I
SurE
1
P18
u
P18
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n
(n = 80 or 98)
EMl-31015D
NOTES:
1. If the PLU file cannot be saved into one memory card, the program will display the
message “INS NAOTHER CARD”.
Then, replace the memory card and press the
ENTER
key so that the following data
will be saved. For cancellation, press the CLEAR key.
2. Comparision of the PLUS stored in the memory card and those in the scale terminates
normally even if other PLUS are left in the scale memory.
Evern if the PLU data of the
scale ends, a data error results if other data is left in the memory card.
3. Of the PLUS stored in the memory card in loading the PLU file, the data found in the
scale memory is overwritten and the data not found in it is added.
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EMl-31015D
l
Error Information
irror
Information
)
The memory card is full
(nothing has been saved).
0
Format error (no PLU file is
found in the memory card.)
o
Data Error
0
F;yLORY
CARD
-_-.
o
---~.. .FORMAT ERROR
-__-.--~-DATA ERROR
No. of logos mismatched
DIFF. # OF DATA
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EMl-31015D
l
Transmitting
PLU File or Unit Price (FUN System)
Any terminal in the FUN system can transfer the data of its PLU file or unit price to other terminals
verification.
In this case, the destination terminal (s) must be set in the REG mode.
for
.,./
-. -::::::.:i::.::..:~~~.~:
. ::.‘.j:~~:::‘::.:.::.:~:.,.:.:.
...>>..:.:::::.::: :.:.:.:.:... .:.:.:.::.~.:.:.
,. y......
.:.:::;,:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.%:,:.,
j ~~~~~
:.......~.N!g.;.
j F%tict
f.:&$jg:;.
., .,.
: ...:,:::l:.:i:~.j:‘si:~~
:i.::.::::.:.:.:.:.:...:.~:.:
......I..I............. ...\.
Menu
P
#.
2
P20
P20
1
unit price.
P20
2
Transmit
PLU
Transmit
file.
Verify
PLU
file.
P20
11
Verity
unit price.
P20
1
2
n
P20
pon
P20
P
(Select
another
menu
20
or mode.)
NOTES:
1.
When the PLU data has been changed using menu #l and the data is to be transferred to
other terminals through the operating procedure described above, the PLU file transfer is
performed.
2.
When the unit price has been changed using menu #Cl and the unit price is to be transferred
to other terminals through the operating procedure described above, the unit price transfer is
performed.
3.
While receiving data, the terminals
stop all operations.
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EMl-31015D
l
Setting
Clerk Name (for SL-5900-36
only)
,,
:[email protected]
,;
:‘::::::,I:‘:;::::::::::::
. 2:.
..\ ::..:.c
.._
. . . . . . .._
:,:..
,. . . . . . .A.. ..:..
[email protected][email protected]
., ~.,., ,.::,
_..
Menu
i
P
#.
P21
No. of Clerks
Max. 6
-1
P21
-2
I
-3
I
P21
-4
I
P21
-5
I
P21
P21
P21
No. 01 Characters
Max. 12
v
ENTER
P21
P21
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.. . . . .
1. . . . . . . . ..A....
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n
Error Code during
Transmitting
TOTAL PRICE
Error Code
1-7
8
1
All errors occur in the receiving terminal.
key, then attempt to transmit again.
Phenomena
Hardware error
Verify error
2
Character over error
BCC error
4
8
Data error
Time out error
The error mode can be released by depressing
- ?l-
the CLEAR
EMl-31015D
l
Setting
Print Item #I ON/OFF
The setting specifies whether each print item on the registered
Menu
P
#.
PROG.
Packed
on date.
Sell by dale.
Commodity
labels is to be printed or not.
name.
P-+
Address.
4
43
Bar Code.
5
40
P40
00000
P40
00001
P40
00010
P40
00100
P40
01000
I
P40
10000
40
P
(Select
another
menu
or mode.)
-
[Position of Print item]
Commodity
Name
area
I
Bar Code
Unit Price
Packed
on dale
‘Sell by date
or Quanlity
. $ symbol
Weight
or Quanlily
Total
Address
area
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Price
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l
Setting
Print Item #2 ON/OFF
The setting specifies whether each print item on the registered
Menu
P
#.
00000
P41
00001
2
P41
00010
3
P4
00100
4
P4
01000
P41
10000
P-+
Weight.
price.
$ symbol.
41
P41
Unit price.
Total
labels is to be printed or not.
-=:
Quantity.
P
(Select
anolher
menu
or mode.)
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17. ERROR
MESSAGE
Take the following action if an error message
display (option) with the buzzer sounding.
TABLE
has appeared
on the total price display and/or message
he CLEAR key, and set the
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. .. . . . . . . . . .
LABEL END
. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PRT FAILURE
MEMORY
CHARACT.
FULL
OVERRUN
TOTALS OVERFLOW
PLU DATA ERROR
LABEL OVERRUN
.~. .----___
e CLEAR key, and set after
=
pt is made to set more
__~__Total memory has overflowed
Depress the CLEAR key, and turn the
Then sum
at the time of issuing a label.
control lock at “Z” position.
up the overflowing memory.
I
~~~~-~~
- ..~.....
Error of PLU data.
Depress the CLEAR key, and check the
PLU data.
Label overrun.
Depress the CLEAR key and the FEED
key. Then remove the label.
OP
The RAM quantity initial set
,I. . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ., data is different from the
OPTION RAM ERROR
actual number of RAMS.
.
- 74 ”
Call for service.
EM1 -31015D
H CMT/FUN
BAD TAPE OR CMT
Time out error.
Depress the CLEAR key.
Bad tape or CMT loader.
Depress the CLEAR key, and change the
(Hardware error)
tape or CMT loader.
18. BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE
It is our primary concern to give you full satisfaction and better service.
If, however, any problem
arises in connection with the operation of this scale, please check the following points before calling
for service:
A) Is the power plug fully plugged into an AC outlet?
B) Is the power turned ON?
C) Is AC power being properly supplied to the outlet? (Check it using another electric appliance.)
D) Check the circuit breaker.
E) Has there been a power failure of any sort?
F) Has the operation been carried out in the correct order?
This scale has been manufactured under strict quality control.
If you have any trouble, however, DO
NOT ATTEMPT TO FIX IT BY YOURSELF.
Pull the power plug out of the outlet, and contact your
TEC representative.
NOTE:
The specifications
are subject to change without notice.
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