S-2000

S-2000
Price Computing Scale
S-2000
OWNER’S MANUAL
CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS
PREFACE
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
OPERATIONS
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1. How to Convert the Unit of Weight
2. General Weighing
3. Weighing with Tare
4. Saving a Currently Called Unit Price
5. Saving a Current Tare
6. Add-up Sales
7. Recalling the Added Total Price
8. Saving a PLU to Memory
9. How to Call to PLU
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ERROR MESSAGE
SPECIFICATIONS
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PRECAUTIONS
Make sure that you plug your scale into the proper power outlet.
Plug into a power outlet 10 minutes before operations.
If the scale is not properly
level, please adjust the 4 legs
at the bottom of the scale
(turn legs clockwise or
counterclockwise) so as to
center the bubble of the
leveling gauge inside the
indicated circle.
Place the scale on a flat and stable
surface.
Do not subject the scale to sudden
temperature changes.
Do not subject the platter to sudden
shocks.
This scale must be installed in a dry
and liquid free environment.
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Leveling gauge
Keep the scale away from strong EMI noises may cause incorrect weight
readings.
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DISPLAYS
PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing our CAS S-2000 Series.
These series have been designed with CAS reliability, under rigid quality control
and with outstanding performance. Your specialty departments can enjoy these
high quality reliable CAS products.
We believe that your needs will be satisfied and you will have proper reliability.
This manual will help you with proper operation and care of the S-2000 Series.
Please keep it handy for future reference.
Operator Side
TOTAL PRICE
PRIX TOTAL
WEIGHT
POIDS
ZERO
TARE
ZERO NET
lb
kg
CAPACITY
:15x0.005kg 30x0.01lb
CAPACITE
UNIT PRICE
PRIX UNITAIRE
S-2000
SAVE
$/100g
$/lb $/kg
Customer Side
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
UNIT PRICE
PRIX UNITAIRE
WEIGHT
POIDS
OVERALL VIEW
ZERO NET
lb
kg
SAVE
$/100g
TOTAL PRICE
PRIX TOTAL
$/lb $/kg
CAPACITY/ CAPACITE : 15x0.005kg 30x0.01lb
S-2000
KEY FUNCTIONS
PLATTER
KEYS
0 ~ 9
ADJUSTING
BOLT
KEYBOARD
LEVELING
GAUGE
DISPLAY
M1
KEYBOARD
6
7
8
9
M1
M2
M3
4
5
6
100g
MW
MR
1
2
3
SAVE
ADD
RECALL
0
00
C
ZERO
TARE
kg / lb
FUNCTIONS
Used to enter all the numerical data.
00
Used to enter a double zeros.
C
Used to clear all the numerics on the unit price display.
Used to clear sum total price.
~ M3
Direct PLU(Price Look Up) keys.
100g
In metric mode, allows unit price per 100g.
MW
Used to store PLU to memory.
MR
Used to call indirect PLU in memory.
SAVE
Used to saves currently called unit price and tare.
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KEY FUNCTIONS
KEYS
FUNCTIONS
ADD
Used to add a transaction.
RECALL
Used to call a total price of add up transactions.
ZERO
Used to correct the zero point.
TARE
Used to enter a tare weight.
Used to delete a tare weight.
kg / lb
Toggle between metric and non-metric mode.
The weight display should read “0.00”
automatically.
Now, you can use the non-metric mode.
Make sure that lb lamp should be on.
B) From non-metric mode to metric mode
kg / lb
This is the non-metric mode.
Press the kg/lb key.
The weight display should read “nEtric” and
remain this way for about 2 seconds.
OPERATIONS
1. How to Convert the Unit of Weight
The weight display should read “0.000”
automatically.
Now, you can use the metric mode.
WARNING: When you change the unit of weight, avoid leaving any item or
items on the platter.
Make sure that kg lamp should be on.
A) From metric mode to non-metric mode
100g mode: Note that you can use this function only in the metric mode.
If you want to use this mode, press the 100g key.
Make sure that 100g lamp should be on.
kg / lb
This is the metric mode.
Press the kg/lb key.
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The weight display should read “Pound” and
remain this way for about 2 seconds.
NOTE: To use non-metric mode from 100g mode, please do the followings.
Press the 100g key, Now you are in the metric mode.
Press the kg/lb key, Now you are in the non-metric mode.
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2. General Weighing
Remove commodity with container from
the platter.
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00
B) Known Tare(Keyboard Tare) Mode
Place a commodity on the platter.
Enter a unit price.
TARE
Remove the commodity from the platter.
Enter tare weight by pressing the numeric key.
Press TARE key.
Place the container on the platter and enter
a unit price.
Place the commodity in the container.
represents the lamps on the displays above.
NOTE 1: The
This is the metric mode, so kg lamp should be on.
NOTE 2: The unit price is cleared automatically after each transaction.
3. Weighing with Tare
A) Unknown (weighed) tare
TARE
Place the container on the platter.
Press TARE key.
Remove commodity with container from
the platter.
NOTE: The tare is cleared automatically after each transaction.
Not all the countries are applicable with a tare-clear function.
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Place the commodity in the container.
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00
Enter a unit price.
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4. Saving a Currently Called Unit Price
This function saves currently called unit price from automatically clearing.
Remove the container.
Then the display still shows the tare and the
unit price.
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B) Known (manually entered) tare
00
Press the SAVE key and enter a unit price.
Place a commodity on the platter.
TARE
Enter a tare value.
Press TARE key.
Place a container on the platter.
Place a commodity in the container.
Remove the commodity from the platter.
Then the display still shows unit price.
5. Saving a Current Tare
A) Unknown (weighed) tare
TARE
Place a container on the platter.
Press the TARE key and enter a unit price.
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00
Enter a unit price.
Place a commodity in the container.
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Remove the commodity and the container.
The display still shows the tare value and the
unit price.
Remove the commodity from the container.
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6. Add-up Sales
To clear the total price of added commodities.
This add up function adds up a total price of several commodities.
You can check the total price by pressing RECALL key.
RECALL
C
Press RECALL key.
Enter a unit price and place a commodity then
press ADD key.
Remove the commodity from the platter.
Press C key to clear total price and return to
weighing mode.
8. Saving a PLU to Memory
This function stores each PLU into a internal back up memory.
PLU means Price Look Up which has a unit price.
This scale has 3 memories of direct PLUs and 200 memories of indirect PLUs.
A) FOR DIRECT PLU KEYS
For example: $ 2.99 - M1 key
Place another commodity and enter a unit
price then press ADD key.
Remove the commodity from the platter.
NOTE: You can add -up items up to 99 times or $ 9999.99 in this manner.
Otherwise, you will hear a beep sound.
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9
Enter a unit price.
7. Recalling the Added Total Price
MW
Press MW key.
This function is used in conjunction with the ADD key.
TTP CALL shows the total price of all the added items.
When you press the TTP CALL key without using the add up function, you will
hear a beep sound.
To display the total price of added commodities.
M1
Press desired one of the direct PLU keys.
RECALL
Press RECALL key.
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RECALL
Press RECALL key again to return to weighing
mode.
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B) FOR INDIRECT PLUS
For example: $ 3.75 - 125 (address)
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5
Enter a unit price.
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2
5
Enter a desired address of the PLU.
B) FOR INDIRECT PLUS
For example: 125 (address) - $ 3.75
MW
Press MW key.
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2
5
MR
Enter the address of an indirect PLU.
Press MR key.
Place a commodity on the platter.
Remove the commodity from the platter.
MW
Press MW key.
NOTE: Do not use the decimal point while recalling PLU’s.
9. How to Call a PLU
Make sure that the platter is empty when you call a PLU.
The possible numbers of this function are 200.(address 0 through 199)
A) FOR DIRECT PLU KEYS
For example: M1 key - $ 2.99
M1
Press one of the direct PLU keys.
Place a commodity on the platter.
Remove the commodity from the platter.
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ERROR MESSAGES
SPECIFICATIONS
To help the customer’s understanding, this scale warns the error messages
properly. Please refer to error table.
CAPACITIES
ERROR
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REASONS
SOLUTIONS
Err 1
An error of the initial zero range
1.Set the platter empty
2.Make sure there is a platter on the
scale
Err 2
Failure of returning the normal
mode
Call your CAS dealer
Err 6
An over flow was occurred from
ADD key
Press C key
Err 7
An over flow was occurred from
FIX ADD key
Press C key
DISPLAYS:
WEIGHT
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
MAXIMUM TARE
POWER SOURCE
Err 8
An over flow of the transaction count Press C key
Err 9
An over flow of the accumulations of
Press C key
the daily total functions
Err 10
Failure of the analog module
Call your CAS dealer
Err 11
Failure of the digital module
Call your CAS dealer
Err 12
Condition codes are broken
Call your CAS dealer for span calibration
Err 13
Key codes are broken
Call your CAS dealer for span calibration
Err 14
When you go to non-metric mode
from 100g mode, you had a wrong
operation
Press the 100g key and then press the
kg/lb key.
S-2000 Series
MODEL
POWER CONSUMPTION
TEMPERATURE RANGE
15
0.005kg
30
0.01lb
Vacuum Fluorescent Display
5 DIGITS
6 DIGITS
6 DIGITS
-9.995kg
-30.00lb
AC 110/120/220/240V, 50/60Hz
APPROX. 10W
10°C
40°C
PLATTER SIZE(mm)
372(W) 278(D)
PRODUCT SIZE(mm)
478(W) 365(D) 495(H)
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