SL-2200 "Owner`s Manual" (EM1-31066C

SL-2200 "Owner`s Manual" (EM1-31066C
TEC
TEC Electronic Computing Scale
SL-2200 US/CA Version
Owner's Manual
Document No. EM1-31066C
Table of Contents
PRINTED IN JAPAN
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1
1.2
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APPLICABLE
MODEL
..........................................
ACCESSORIES
...............................................
2. SPECIFICATION
3. OVERVIEW
4. DISPLAY
6. BEFORE
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2- 1
3- 1
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4- 1
....................................................
STARTING
OPERATION
5- 1
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6- 1
ADJUSTING
THE LEVEL ........................................
NOTES BEFORE STARTING
OPERATION
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7. OPERATIONAL
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5. KEY LAYOUT
6.1
6.2
Page
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PROCEDURES
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7- 1
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
STANDARD
OPERATION
SAVEKNOPERATIONSAMPLE”:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
ADD KEY OPERATION
SAMPLE
..................................
UNIT PRICE PER l/2 OR l/4 lb. ...................................
1009 KEY OPERATION
SAMPLE
..................................
MULTIPLICATION
FUNCTION
....................................
7.6.1
With ADD Function and Without Printer
........................
7.6.2
Without ADD Function and Printer
............................
7.6.3
With H-240 Label Printer Connected
..........................
7.7
PRESET UNIT PRICE SETTING
...................................
7.7.1
Setting
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7.7.2
Calling and Clearing the Preset Unit Price Set
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
_ ,
I CAUTION:
6- 1
6- 1
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7- 9
7- 9
7- 10
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1. INTRODUCTION
1. lNTRODUCTlON
1. INTRODUCTION
We thank you very much for purchasing the TEC Electronic Computing Scale SL-2200 Series.
This series has been designed with TEC reliability.
The TEC SL-2200 Series offers state-of-the-art-electronics
in a durable, compact enclosure.
The
Both the
microcomputer
provides immediate and highly accurate weighing and price calculation.
operator
and customer
displays provide easy to read transaction data.
More than just a weight
device,
the SL-2200
Series allows both weighed
and non-weighed
entries
for multiple
item
accumulation.
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
the user will be required to correct the interference
at his own expense.
(for USA only)
I
Changes
authority
or modifications
not expressly
to operate the equipment.
“This Class A digital apparatus
Regulations. “
“Cet appareil numerique
brouilleur du Canada. “
approved
by manufacturer
could void the user’s
I
meets all requirements
de la classe
for compliance
A respecte
of the Canadian
toutes les exigences
Interference-Causing
du Reglement
-.
Equipment
sur le materiel
(for CANADA
only)
Safety Summary
I
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 and written inside or outside of the scale 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
authorized TEC representative
for assistance.
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1. INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION
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
CQ
1
l
of Each Symbol
This symbol indicates warning items (including cautions).
Specific warning contents are drawn inside the&ymbol.
(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 &I 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”.)
n Do not plug in or unplug the power
cord plug with wet hands as this may
cause electric shock.
n Do not use voltages
other than the
voltage (AC) specified on the rating
plate, as this may cause fire or
electric shock.
n Do not place metal objects
appliances which consume large
amounts of power, the voltage will
fluctuate widely each time these
appliances operate. Be sure to
provide an exclusive outlet for the
machine as this may cause the
machines to malfunction.
n Do not insert or drop metal,
flammable or other foreign objects into
the machines through the ventilation
slits, as this may cause fire or electric
or
water-filled containers such as flower
vases, flower pots or mugs, etc. on
top of the machines.
If metal objects
or spilled liquid enter the machines,
this may cause fire or electric
n Do not remove
covers, repair or
modify the machine by yourself. You
1.
INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION
the power cords. Also,
heavy objects on, pull o
sively bend the cords, a
an abnormal condition such
the machines are producing
strange smells may cause fi
electric shock.
In these ca
immediately turn off the power
switches and disconnect the power
cord plugs from the outlet. Then,
contact your sales agent (or mainte-
power switches and disconnect the
power cord plugs from the outlet, ant
J, the contact your sales agent (or
maintenance and service agent).
Continued use of the machine in that
on may cause fire or electric
disconnect the power cord plugs from
the outlet, and the contact your sales
agent (or maintenance and service
n Ensure
that the equipment is
properly grounded. Extension cables
should also be grounded. Fire or
electric shock can occur on improperly grounded equipment.
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W Do not install the machines where
they might be exposed to direct
sunlight, high humidity, or dust.
become unbalanced
[Precautions
During
installation]
n Do not place the machines
on
unstable or slanted surfaces, as they
may drop or fall and cause injury.
the machines, as this will cause heat
to build up inside the machines and
may cause fire.
and fall causing
1-3
1. INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION
[Precautions
When Moving
n When
unplugging 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.
the
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
n Do not lean against the machine.
It
n When
opening the cash drawer, be
careful not to let the drawer hit
children’s heads, etc., as this may
may fall and be damaged.
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.
6) 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.
@ 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. INTRODUCTION
1 .l APPLICABLE
1.l
APPLICABLE
.
.
MODEL
MODEL
SL-2200~38-CO-US
SL-2200-39M-HO-CA
The description
SL-
of the model number
is as follows.
2 2 0 0 -39&l-&O-CA
~\s-D;tii;Aiy
Code
0: Built-in
Max. Capacity
H: 15 kg
C: 30 lb
Region Number
3: North America
RS-232C -~
interface
8: Without RS-232C I/F
9: With RS-232C I/F
Additional Specification
M: Multi-interval
1.2 ACCESSORIES
Owner’s
*-
a.
.
Manual
Packed together
(Standard)
l
Stranded
with the machine
Wire
* Sealing Lead
for US only.
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* Quality control
report
2. SPECIFICATION
2. SPECIFICATION
2. SPECIFICATION
Item
SL-2200-39M-HO-CA
sL-22oo-39-co-us
I
30 Ibs.
Maximum
Capacity
15 kg
Minimum
Scale Division
O-6 kg:
16-M kg:
0.002 kg
0.01 Ibs.
0.005 kg
0 - 30 Ibs.
0 - 30.05 Ibs.
Using Weight Range
Display Range
O10 -
Tare
IUp to 1.000 kg
Up to 30 Ibs.
Display:
Weight
Unit Price
‘5 digits
4 digits
4 digits
4 digits
‘5 digits
5 digits
Total Price
Temperature
Weight
Limits
(approx.)
RS-232C
Interface
15 kg
15.025 kg
+40°c
0°C -
!$O.Ol - 99.99
Minimum
1$0.01
Price Display
- 104’F
17.6 Ibs.
8 kg
Standard
Unit Price Presettable
Display
32’F
Option
(Local procurement)
Designations
NET, PREPACK,
US Type
CA Type
ITEM#, ACCUM
IZERO/ZcRO,
NET, PREPACWPRC-EMBALLC,
‘ITEM#/ARTICLE#,
ACCUMIADDITION
Power Requirement
Current Consumption
AC 12OV+ lo%/-15%,
Relative
35% - 85% RH (no condensation)
Humidity
IDimensions
100 g
60Hz
0.2A at 12OV, 60Hz
(approx.)
(width X depth x height)
IOption Device (TEC Label Printer)
336.8 mm (13.3”) X345 mm (13.6”) X 137.5 mm (5.4”)
Ii-240~QQ
2- 1
3. OVERVIEW
3. OVERVIEW
3. OVERVIEW
Level
- HY232C
I/F
CA : Standard
3- 1
4. DISPLAY
4. DISPLAY
4. DISPLAY
n
US Type
,
WEIGHT
Ibs 1 lPRlCE/lb
NET
I z?z
n
$
1 /TOTAL
ITEM
PREPACK
ACCUM
SL-2200
CAPACITY
30X0.01
Ibs
CA Type
k0
ZERO
NET
ITEM
1oog
ACCUM
SL-2200
4 Key Function
NET Lamp :
PREPACK
-.
Lights when tare is subtracted.
Lamp : Lights when the 1-1
ACCUM Lamp :
ITEM# Lamp :
ZERO
.% 1
ARTICLE#
PRG-EMBALLli
TM:
1 ITOTAL
I IPRI~UPRIX~~IY
PREPACK
Z&O
- .
PRICE
key is depressed.
Blink when the ADD function
is working.
Lights when the item number is indicated on the Unit Price display.
Lamp (for CA type only) : Lights when the Zero Point is correct.
100 g Lamp (for CA type only) : Lights when the [1009)
4- 1
key is pressed.
5. KEY LAYOUT
5. KEY LAYOUT
5. KEY LAYOUT
(for CA type only)
(for US type only)
n
Key Functions
Name of Key
LEAR Kev
This key is used to clear the unit price, to release the scale from
Save or Error mode, to clear the price when a scale printer is
:onnected,
clear the PLU number
when a scale printer
is
zonnected, and to clear the total amount being displayed.
It is also
Jsed to change from the Unit Price Setting mode to Weigh mode.
r-lc
umeric
Function
Keys
El-El
n Stand-alone
mode, these keys are used to enter the unit price
snd tare weight.
Nhen the SL-2200 is connected to a printer, these keys are used
:o enter PLU number, unit price, and tare weight.
t is also used to preset a unit price or used for PLU settings.
er l/2, l/4 Keys
3r US type only)
These keys are used to calculate the unit price by l/2 lb. or l/4 lb.
VOTE: When the 11/21 (or @ ) key is depressed,
the unit price is
multiplied by 2 (or 4).
OOg Key (for CA type only)
This key is used to set a unit price in units of 1009.
1oog
cl
(Multiplication)
Key
rrEM
El
This key is used for multiplication.
It is also used to call the preset
unit price in Unit Price Setting mode.
X
5 1
5. KEY LAYOUT
5. KEY LAYOUT
Function
Name of Kev
This key is used to call and display PLU data stored in the scale
printer.
It is also used to change from Weigh mode to Unit Price Setting
mode.
It is also used to call the preset unit price.
‘LU Key
0
PLU
‘OWERIZERO
Key
POWER
I--i&1
FtINT/MEMORY
PLUS Key
PRINT
I+
El
iAVE Key
l=l
rOTAUMEMORY
to the main circuit
and to adjust
This key is used to print labels when the scale is connected
to a
label printer and the LABEL ISSUE switch of the label printer is in
the “MANUAL”
position.
It is also used to add the total price to the total memory.
When this
key is depressed,
the amount of the total memory and item count
are displayed.
2 digit (max. 99 items)
NOTE: Item Number:
Total Amount:
5 dioits
This key is used to save a tare weight
the commodity off the platter.
and/or
unit price after taking
F-l)
rARE Key
m
This key is used to supply power
the “ZERO” point.
This key is used to subtract a tare weight.
It is also used to preset a tare weight through
clear the tare weight.
( m)
CLEAR
Key
the numeric
keys OI
This key is used to display the totat. amount; and when
depressed twice successively,
the total memory is cleared.
it is
NOTES:
1. The Load Cell in the unit is turned ON when the power plug is connected
to an AC outlet.
The power of the Load Cell cannot be turned OFF by the [POWER/ZERO
[ key.
2. When the rf OWEFVZERO 1key is turned on within about 16 seconds after
plug is connected
to an AC out/et, the test scanning
sequence
is made,
displayed and the scale is ready for use.
the power
ZEROS are
3. When the 1POWEFUZERO 1 key is turned on over about 76 seconds atler the power
is connected to an AC outlet, a// ‘8”s appear in all areas of the display for a moment,
AEROs are displayed and the scale is ready for use.
5- 2
plug
then
6. BEFORE
STARTING
OPERATION
6.1 ADJUSTING
6. BEFORE
6.1 ADJUSTING
STARTING
THE LEVEL
OPERATION
THE LEVEL
Set the scale on a stable and level surface.
Level the scale
by turning the Adjustable
Legs so that the air bubble may
settle inside the center circle of the gauge.
Level Gauge
5
(b
5‘...
0 . ..
Correct
When the air bubble moves
side, turn the Adjustable
righthand side clockwise.
toward
Legs
When the air bubble moves toward
the front Adjustable Legs clockwise.
the left
on the
rear, turn
6.2 NOTES BEFORE STARTING
1.
Incorrect
OPERATION
Be sure to insert the power cord plug into an AC outlet.
2. -When turning on the ~POWEFUZERO 1 key within about 16 seconds after inserting the power cord
plug into an AC outlet, the scale enters the test scanning sequence, such as 00000, 0000, 00000,
then 11111, 1111, 11111 . . . until ZEROS are shown on all displays.
3.
While the scale is in the test sequence,
do not put anything
4.
Do not move the unit while it is in operation.
Should it become necessary to move
turn OFF the power and be sure to readjust the level after relocating the scale.
5.
Should a power failure occur during operation, turn OFF the power
from the platter, and turn ON the power again when power is restored.
6.
If scale is used with an unrated
7.
If the Zero Point has shifted
depressing the IPOWfFVZfRO1
power source or inaccurate
during scaling
key twice.
on the platter.
the commodity
scaling, other errors may occur.
and no tare is displayed,
6- 1
and remove
it at any time,
adjust
the Zero
Point by
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.1 STANDARD
7. OPERATIONAL
(Example
7.1
PROCEDURES
: SL-2200-38-CO-US
STANDARD
OPERATION
type)
OPERATION
WEIGHT
Enter the tare weight.
(Example 0.20 lb.)
0
0’0
(o.00)
-Ty
F
v
Press:
F‘I’
T
‘NET
0.20 lb.
d
T
0.20 lb.
Place the tare on
the platter.
I
I
\
(0.20)
J
1,
1
(o.00)
-$
NET
L-l
Remove the
commodity
together with the
tare.
NOTES:
1.
Tare subtraction is available up to 30.00 lb. for the US type, and up to 1.OOO kg for
the CA type. When tare subtraction is in operation, however, the scalable range for
net weight becomes less by the amount of the tare.
(Net weight = Gross weight-Tare)
2. Preset tare must be a multiple of 2 g for CA type (kg scale) and 0.01 I6 for US type
(lb scale).
3.
When the display does not show “0” even after a commodity
Platter during operation, press the ~POWERI+Oc]
key twice.
7- 1
is removed
from the
1
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.2 SAVE
7.2
SAVE KEY OPERATION
platter.
(Example:
-tr
SAMPLE
SAMPLE
WEIGHT
Place the tare on the
KEY OPERATION
0.20 lb.
I
PRlCEitb
(T)
(T)
TOTAL
PRICE
(T)
(o.00)
0.20 lb.)
Press:
(o.00)
Enter the unit price.
(Example:
$1.25/lbJ
(7)
(o.00)
(T)
(o.00)
-* NET
(o.00)
Unit Price and Tare
Weight are saved.
-g
Place the commodity
5 Ibs.)
-%
r-l
Remove the
commodity
together with the
tare.
Clear the unit price and
save mode.
Press:
(for US type)
-+$
PREPACK
(6.25)
NET
-g
PREPACK
(-0.20)(T)
-g
NET
-&
PREPACK
I
I
Tare Weight and Unit Price are not yet cleared. (for US type)
Tare Weight is automatically cleared and Unit Price is not cleared.
(for US type)
(-0.20)
(T)<
)
C---K)
1
I
7%
Clear the tare weight.
Press: (for US type)
NET
<5.oo)(-FE-)
on the platter.
(Example:
1
NET
(-0.20)
-$
NET
(o.00)
7- 2
c
0.00 >
(o.00)
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.3 ADD KEY OPERATION
7.3
ADD KEY OPERATION
SAMPLE
WEIGHT
Enter the unit price.
IIIGI
Place the commodity
on the
platter.
(Example:
TOTAL
PRlCEnb
PRICE
(T)
(o.00)
(o.00)
(1.25)
c
0.00)
(1.25)
(
6.25
5Ibs.
-ii,
SAMPLE
5 tbs.)
Press:
Place the other commodity
(--Ti-](T)(T]
on the platter.
(Example: 3.5 tbs.)
EbEl
5;
(3.50)
Enter the unit price.
-f
(i-50><-7%-)
;$
PRIM
Press:
M+
ACCUM
ACCUM
(T)(yzq
-k
ITEMX
-.
-k
I
ACCUM
/
.
_
- ,
Total amount display is
c
0.00
1 (-7Gi-)(-J
cleared.
-$
Total memory
is cleared.
(o.00)
(-i-)(---j
-*
Total memory
(NOTE:
NOTES
3)
:
is cleared.
ACCUM
ITEM
-$
ACCUM
(T)
1. /tern count and total amount are added up in the total memory by depressing the
1 PRINT/M + 1 while price is being displayed.
2. By depressing the [TOTAL/MC ], the addition memory is cleared and display is
disappeared.
3. To c/ear the memory in US Add function, depress the -1
key twice.
7- 3
)
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.4 UNIT PRICE
7.4
PER l/2 OR l/4 lb.
UNIT PRICE PER l/2 OR l/4 lb. (for US type only)
WEIGHT
I
Place the commodity
on
the platter.
(Example:
5 Ibs.)
TOTAL
PRICE/lb
PRICE
1
(7)(-x6-)
Enter the unit price.
(Example:
(15.00)
$3.00 per l/2 lb.)
(-YE-)(~)(3o.oo)
Press:
Unit Price Change
(Example:
$2.50 per l/4 lb.)
(-7x-)(-G-)(~)
Press:
NOTES:
1.
The US type will check details of unit price, and if the unit price after calculation
for 112 lb., four times for l/4 lb.) exceeds
2.
The 11/21 or 11/41 key should be depressed
3.
The (1/2
or 11141 key after saving
4 digits, then the unit price will be cleared.
after keying in the unit price.
a unit price will function
7- 4
(twice
the same as the (
key.
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.5 1OOg KEY OPERATION
7.5
1OOg KEY OPERATION
SAMPLE
SAMPLE
(for CA type only)
0
Place the commodity
on the platter.
(Example:
2.002 kg)
Enter the un& price.
(Example:
$3.0011 kg)
Press:
(Example:
$3.001100
g)
Unit Price Change
(Example:
$2.50/l
kg)
Press:
(Example:
1oog
d
$2.50/l 00 g)
4
Cl
1oog
Remove the
commodity.
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
The CA type will check details of price, and if the price after calculation exceeds 5 digits,
then the rice display will be blanked.
The
100s
key should be depressed
after keying in the unit price.
el
The 110091 key after saving a unit price will function the same as the m
key.
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7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.6 MULTIPLICATION
7.6
MULTIPLICATION
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
7.6.1 With ADD Function and Without Printer
PRlCEilb
WEIGHT
TOTAL
PRICE
1
To call the preset unit price:
Depress:
PLU
:
Depress:
(>(.)<V)
Enter the multiplier.
(-)(77i-)(oo)
PRINT
5+
-*
ITEM#
-*
ACCUM
-$
ACCUM
Ir
Depress:
C
(yEi--)
4
TOTAL
/
Depress:
MC
NOTES:
1.
This function can be used only when the unit price is being displayed
Weighing mode.
(GROSS = 0: Multiplication allowed)
2.
The multiplier
must be an integer
7- 6
from 7 to 99.
in the
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.6 MULTIPLICATION
7.6.2 Without ADD Function
FUNCTION
and Printer
WEIGHT
PRICE/lb
TOTAL
PRICE
(T)(T)(T)
1
To call the preset unit price:
(T)(T)(T)
(~)(-xii-)(~-
PLU
Depress:
ITEM
/
Depress:
Enter the multiplier.
Depress:
(-)(m)(v)
(--(T--T-)(~)
ml
Depress:
x
C
(-)(m)(T)
C
c
0.00) <
0.00) (
0.00)
~
- ,
NOTES:
1.
This function can be used only when the unit price is being displayed
Weighing mode.
(GROSS = 0: Multiplication allowed)
2.
The multiplier
must be an integer from 1 to 99.
7- 7
in the
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.6 MULTIPLICATION
FUNCTION
7.6.3 With H-240 Label Printer Connected
PRICE/PRIxIkg
WEIGHT
TOTAL
PRICE
To call the preset unit price:
(Key on the H-240)
Press:
(Key on the H-240)
Unit Price Change:
(Keys on the printer-can
be
used only when unit prices
are changed.)
Press:
Enter the multiplier.
Press:
(-)(-)<TG-)
,
issued.
IThe label is --I
NOTES:
1.
The label is issued
only when a PLU is called.
2.
When the H-240 printer is connected
7- 8
: AUTO: Display only
MANUAL: Display and label issue
BY COUNT: No multiplication
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.7 PRESET
7.7
UNIT PRICE SETTING
PRESET UNIT PRICE SETTING
7.7.1
Setting
PRICE/lb
WEIGHT
TOTAL
PRICE
(o.00)
(,9.99)(-o.o0)
Enter the password.
Enter a number of Nos. 1 to
26 to call and change the
preset unit price.
(Example: No. 26)
Depress:
(-)(T)(n)
Enter the new preset price.
Depress:
_ .
Depress:
c
7- 9
0.00
)(
0.00
)(
0.00
)
7. OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
7.7 PRESET
UNIT PRICE SETTING
7.7.2 Calling and Clearing the Preset Unit Price Set
WEIGHT
Call the required
PRICE/lb
TOTAL
PRICE
preset unit
price by entering the
required number (No. 1 to
26).
(~)(-)(-Yiq
Depress:
Depress
(T)(T)(V)
Clear Key, to clear
the called preset unit price.
Enter another
No. through
numeric keys to clear the
No. already caked and
3
replace it with the new No.
(Example:
3)
L!l
1
Preset unit priceis
by removing
cleared
the commodity
from the platter.
(T)(T)(T)
I
II
Placing and removing
the commodity on the
platter and off the
(-7ix-)(-T)(T)
planer
m&x)(TG--)(
I
I
xxx>
I
XXX mark shows weight and total price
when place the commodity on the platter.
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
The number to call a preset unit price is in the range from No. I to 26.
When numeric keys are entered, the preceding
preset unit price is cleared and
number newly entered is displayed.
The operation sequence of “Placing and removing the commodity”
differs depending
the presencelabsence
of the initial setting (Unit Price Auto C/ear) .
7- 10
the
on
8. TROUBLESHOOTlNG
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
Problems
“-----”
power
is displayed
on.
Solution
at
l
a
Display
unstable.
l
0
n
Was the power turned ON when something was on the platter?
+ Make sure nothing is on the platter and turn the power on
again.
Is the platter mounted correctly?
-+ Mount the platter correctly and turn the power on again.
Is anything touching the platter?
+ If so, remove it.
is the machine in a windy location?
+ Avoid locations subject to the wind.
Before Yc3u Call for Service
We endeavour
to provide products of superior quality.
connection with this equipment please check the following
1.
Is the Power Cord fully plugged
2.
Is the Power Switch turned
3.
is AC Power
appliance.)
4.
Has the operation
being
If, however
points before
any problem
arises in
placing a service call.
into an AC Outlet?
ON?
properly
been carried
supplied
to the outlet?
out in the correct
(Check
it using
another
electric
order?
WARNING:
Do not attempt to effect repairs to this equipment.
If a fault occirs 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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