500 Range 500 Range
500 Range
Star
USER´S MANUAL
USUARIO
S-540, SS-545, SS-547
49-M500SEN29
500 Range
CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................................1
1.1.
PRESENTATION ...........................................................................................................................................1
1.2.
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS.........................................................................................................................1
1.3.
WEIGHING SCALES SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................2
1.3.1.
General....................................................................................................................................................2
1.3.2.
Accessories..............................................................................................................................................2
1.4.
INSTALLATION OF SCALES......................................................................................................................3
1.5.
MAINTENANCE ADVICE AND HOW TO LOOK AFTER YOUR 500 RANGE SCALES .....................4
2.
OPERATION.........................................................................................................................................................5
2.1.
SWITCHING ON............................................................................................................................................5
2.2.
STARTING UP ...............................................................................................................................................6
2.3.
HOW TO OPERATE THE SCALES..............................................................................................................7
2.3.1.
Direct price .............................................................................................................................................7
2.3.2.
Normal weight.........................................................................................................................................7
2.3.3.
Non-weight operations (adding, subtraction and multiplication) ..........................................................8
2.3.4.
Manual zero ............................................................................................................................................9
2.3.5.
In line discount ........................................................................................................................................9
2.3.6.
Receipt printing: calculation of change and discount ............................................................................9
2.3.7.
Review receipt .......................................................................................................................................10
2.3.8.
Receipt reopening..................................................................................................................................11
2.3.9.
Operation in label mode........................................................................................................................11
2.3.10. Fix price ................................................................................................................................................12
2.3.11. Increase or decrease price ....................................................................................................................12
2.3.12. Net weight operations ...........................................................................................................................13
2.3.13. Free price and offer price .....................................................................................................................14
2.3.14. Return weight ........................................................................................................................................14
2.3.15. Best Before ............................................................................................................................................15
2.3.16. Batch number ........................................................................................................................................15
2.3.17. Totals labels ..........................................................................................................................................16
2.3.18. Forms of payment..................................................................................................................................17
2.3.19. Account payment form ..........................................................................................................................17
2.3.20. Two Pay Mode ......................................................................................................................................18
2.3.21. Selecting a default vendor.....................................................................................................................20
2.3.22. Next Plu .................................................................................................................................................20
2.3.23. Self-service mode...................................................................................................................................21
2.3.24. Configure backlighting..........................................................................................................................21
2.3.25. Stock Manager ......................................................................................................................................21
3.
PROGRAMMING...............................................................................................................................................27
3.1.
ARTICLES [ 1 ].............................................................................................................................................29
3.1.1.
Creating/modifying a PLU....................................................................................................................29
3.1.2.
Copy an Article......................................................................................................................................34
3.1.3.
Delete Article.........................................................................................................................................34
4.
VENDORS [ 2 ]....................................................................................................................................................35
4.1.
REGISTERING VENDORS [ 2 1 ] ..............................................................................................................35
4.1.1.
Consulting active vendors.....................................................................................................................36
4.1.2.
Training model......................................................................................................................................36
4.2.
REMOVING VENDORS [ 2 2 ]...................................................................................................................37
4.2.1.
Removing all vendors............................................................................................................................37
4.3.
CASH DRAWER OPERATION [ 2 3 ]........................................................................................................38
5.
CONFIGURATION [ 3 ] ....................................................................................................................................39
5.1.
MAIN CONFIGURATION ..........................................................................................................................39
5.1.1.
PC Configuration [ 3 1 ] ......................................................................................................................39
5.1.2.
Conf. keyboard [ 3 2 ] ..........................................................................................................................41
5.1.3.
Receipt configuration [ 3 3 ] ................................................................................................................43
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5.1.4.
5.1.5.
5.1.6.
5.1.7.
5.1.8.
6.
Label configuration [ 3 4 ] ...................................................................................................................47
Printing configuration [ 3 5 ]...............................................................................................................49
Conf. EAN [ 3 6 ]..................................................................................................................................51
Configuration. Others [ 3 7 ] ...............................................................................................................54
Conf. Display [ 3 8 ].............................................................................................................................57
TEXTS [ 4 ] ..........................................................................................................................................................58
6.1.
HEADING LINES (FREE TEXT IN LABEL) [ 4 1 ] ..................................................................................58
6.2.
ADVERTISING TEXTS [ 4 2 ] ....................................................................................................................59
6.3.
SECTIONS [ 4 3 ] .........................................................................................................................................60
6.3.1.
Section names........................................................................................................................................60
6.3.2.
Ean13 per Section .................................................................................................................................60
6.3.3.
EAN128 Per section ..............................................................................................................................60
6.4.
PAYMENT MODE [ 4 4 ] ............................................................................................................................61
6.5.
TRACEABILITY [ 4 5 ] ...............................................................................................................................62
6.5.1.
Definition of PLU Class........................................................................................................................62
6.5.2.
Product programming [ 4 5 1 ] ...........................................................................................................63
6.5.3.
Table of texts Programming [ 4 5 2 ] ..................................................................................................64
6.5.4.
Example.................................................................................................................................................65
6.6.
SHORT MESSAGES [ 4 6 ]..........................................................................................................................68
6.6.1.
Messages to scale..................................................................................................................................68
6.6.2.
Read messages [ 4 6 1 ] .......................................................................................................................69
6.6.3.
Delete messages [ 4 6 2 ] .....................................................................................................................69
6.7.
RECEIPTS [ 4 7 ] ..........................................................................................................................................70
6.7.1.
Receipt title [ 4 7 1 ] ............................................................................................................................70
6.7.2.
Receipt logo [ 4 7 2 ]............................................................................................................................71
6.7.3.
RECEIPT LINES [ 4 7 3 ]....................................................................................................................71
6.8.
NUTRITIONAL FACTORS [ 4.8 ]..............................................................................................................71
6.8.1.
Nutrition answers ..................................................................................................................................72
6.8.2.
Communications....................................................................................................................................72
6.8.3.
Printing on label: ..................................................................................................................................73
6.8.4.
Communications Master-Slaves: ..........................................................................................................73
7.
COMUNICATIONS [ 5 ]....................................................................................................................................74
7.1.
ETHERNET COMMUNICATION PARAMETER [ 5 1 ]........................................................................75
7.1.1.
Configure the Scale’s IP Address [ 5 1 1 ] ..........................................................................................75
7.1.2.
Configure the PC’s IP Address [ 5 1 2 ]..............................................................................................75
7.1.3.
Equipment Number [ 5 1 3 ] ................................................................................................................75
7.1.4.
Configure the TCP TX Port [ 5 1 4 ] ...................................................................................................75
7.1.5.
Configure the TCP RX Port [ 5 1 5 ]...................................................................................................75
7.1.6.
MAC Address [ 5 1 6 ] .........................................................................................................................76
7.1.7.
Subnetwork Mask [ 5 1 7 ]...................................................................................................................76
7.1.8.
Gateway Address [ 5 1 8 ] ...................................................................................................................76
7.2.
RS-232 COMMUNICATION PARAMETER [ 5 2 ]...................................................................................76
7.3.
OPERATIONS WITH PC [ 5 3 ] ..................................................................................................................77
7.3.1.
Send end of day with totals clearance [ 5 3 1].....................................................................................77
7.3.2.
Send end of day without totals deletion
[ 5 3 2 ]........................................................................77
7.3.3.
Request start of day [ 5 3 3 ]................................................................................................................78
7.3.4.
Initialization of scale [ 5 3 4 ]..............................................................................................................78
7.3.5.
Backup (LBS) [ 5 3 5 ] .........................................................................................................................78
7.4.
SCALE NETWORK [ 5 4 ]...........................................................................................................................80
7.4.1.
Master slave ..........................................................................................................................................80
7.4.2.
Slave scale.............................................................................................................................................82
7.5.
OPERATIONS WITH USB[ 5 5 ].................................................................................................................84
8.
SCANNER CONNECTION...............................................................................................................................85
8.1.
SCANNER INSTALLATION......................................................................................................................85
8.2.
SCANNER BAR CODE READING ............................................................................................................85
9.
FORMATS [ 6 ] ...................................................................................................................................................88
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9.1.
LABEL [ 6 1 ]................................................................................................................................................88
9.1.1.
Program label format [ 6 1 1 ] ............................................................................................................88
9.1.2.
Copying a label format [ 6 1 2 ] ..........................................................................................................93
9.1.3.
Deleting a label format [ 6 1 3 ] ..........................................................................................................93
9.1.4.
Rotating a label format [ 6 1 3 ] ..........................................................................................................93
9.2.
RECEIPT [ 6 2 ] ............................................................................................................................................95
9.2.1.
Program Receipt Format [ 6 2 1 ] .......................................................................................................95
9.2.2.
Copying a receipt format [ 6 2 2 ] .....................................................................................................101
9.2.3.
Deleting a receipt format [ 6 2 3 ] .....................................................................................................101
10.
LOGOTYPES LOADING............................................................................................................................102
10.1.
PRINTING LOGOTYPES......................................................................................................................102
10.2.
PROGRAMMABLE LOGOTYPES ......................................................................................................102
11.
DATA [ 7 ]......................................................................................................................................................103
11.1.
11.1.1.
11.1.2.
11.1.3.
11.1.4.
11.1.5.
11.1.6.
11.1.7.
11.1.8.
11.1.9.
11.2.
11.2.1.
11.2.2.
11.3.
11.3.1.
11.3.2.
11.3.3.
11.3.4.
11.3.5.
11.4.
11.4.1.
11.4.2.
11.4.3.
12.
DATES [ 7 1 ] .........................................................................................................................................103
Group Number[ 7 1 1 ] ......................................................................................................................103
Wholesalers Limit [ 7 1 2 ] ................................................................................................................103
Vat Types [ 7 1 3 ]..............................................................................................................................104
Tares [ 7 1 4 ].....................................................................................................................................104
Currencies [ 7 1 5 ]............................................................................................................................104
Date and time [ 7 1 6 ].......................................................................................................................106
Programming Euro [ 7 1 7 ]..............................................................................................................106
Programmable EAN [ 7 1 8 ].............................................................................................................107
Loyalty points [ 7 1 9 ].......................................................................................................................108
SELF-SERVICE MODE [ 7 2 ] ..............................................................................................................109
Self-service Mode Configuration [ 7 2 1 ] .........................................................................................109
Self-service: Selecting the fixed code [7 2 2 ]....................................................................................112
PROGRAMMING CODES [ 7 3 ] .........................................................................................................114
Master Password [ 7 3 1 ] .................................................................................................................114
Programming Password [ 7 3 2 ] ......................................................................................................114
Vendors Passwords [ 7 3 3 ]..............................................................................................................114
Communications Password [ 7 3 4 ] .................................................................................................115
Lists Password [ 7 3 5 ] .....................................................................................................................115
PRINTING PARAMETERS [ 7 4 ]........................................................................................................116
Label parameters [ 7 4 1 ] .................................................................................................................116
Receipt parameters [ 7 4 2 ] ..............................................................................................................119
Calibrating opto label .........................................................................................................................120
REPORTS [ 8 ] ..............................................................................................................................................121
12.1.
LISTS [ 8 1 ]............................................................................................................................................121
12.1.1. Report of Articles by Code from 00000 to 99999[ 8 1 1 ] .................................................................121
12.1.2. Report of Articles by PLU [ 8 1 2 ]....................................................................................................121
12.1.3. Report of Articles by Equivalence PLU / CODE [ 8 1 3 ].................................................................121
12.1.4. Sales per Article by Code from 0 to 999999[ 8 1 4 ].........................................................................122
12.1.5. Sales per Article by PLU [ 8 1 5 ]......................................................................................................122
12.1.6. Sales by Vendor/Article [ 8 1 6 ]........................................................................................................123
12.1.7. Big Total Group [ 8 1 7 ] ...................................................................................................................123
12.1.8. Sales per Article by Code from 00000 to 999999 [8 1 8]..................................................................124
12.1.9. Big Total Group [ 8 1 9 ] ...................................................................................................................125
12.1.10.
V.A.T Totals [ 8 1 10 ] ...................................................................................................................126
12.1.11.
Sales per Section [ 8 1 11 ]............................................................................................................127
12.1.12.
Hourly Sales Report [ 8 1 12 ].......................................................................................................127
12.1.13.
Last PLU modified [ 8 1 13 ].........................................................................................................127
12.1.14.
Cash Drawer Report [ 8 1 14 ]......................................................................................................128
12.1.15.
Traceability Report [ 8 1 15 ] ........................................................................................................128
12.1.16.
On Credit Customers Report [ 8 1 16 ] .........................................................................................128
12.1.17.
Fiscal Report [ 8 1 17 ]..................................................................................................................128
12.1.18.
Stock Report [ 8 1 18 ]...................................................................................................................129
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12.2.
12.3.
13.
LOGOS [ 8 2 ].........................................................................................................................................130
FONTS [ 8 3 ]..........................................................................................................................................131
DELETIONS [ 9 ]..........................................................................................................................................132
13.1.
Z DELETION [ 9 1 ] ...............................................................................................................................132
13.2.
DELETING LEVELS [ 9 2 ]...................................................................................................................132
13.3.
PARCIAL DELETINGS [ 9 3 ] ..............................................................................................................133
13.3.1. Articles Deletion [ 9 3 1 ] ..................................................................................................................133
13.3.2. Formats Deletion [ 9 3 2 ] .................................................................................................................133
13.3.3. Traceability Deletion [ 9 3 3 ] ...........................................................................................................133
13.3.4. Configuration Deletion [ 9 3 4 ] ........................................................................................................134
14.
14.1.
14.2.
14.3.
14.4.
MACROS [ 10 ] .............................................................................................................................................135
PROGRAM. MACROS [ 10 1 ] .............................................................................................................135
COPYING MACROS [ 10 2 ] ................................................................................................................136
DELETING MACROS [ 10 3 ] ..............................................................................................................136
EDITING MACROS [ 10 4 ] ..................................................................................................................137
15.
APPENDIX ....................................................................................................................................................138
15.1.
TROUBLESHOOTING..........................................................................................................................138
15.1.1. Problems with weighing......................................................................................................................138
15.1.2. Communication errors ........................................................................................................................138
15.1.3. Problems with articles.........................................................................................................................139
15.1.4. Printing Problems ...............................................................................................................................139
15.1.5. Problems with the screen an keyboard ...............................................................................................140
15.1.6. Programming Problems......................................................................................................................140
15.2.
COMMUNICATION CONNECTORS..................................................................................................141
15.3.
TURNOMATIC......................................................................................................................................141
15.4.
CASH DRAWER OPENING CABLE ...................................................................................................141
15.5.
CHANGE OF PAPER.............................................................................................................................142
15.5.1. Changing paper in the printer.............................................................................................................142
15.5.2. Changing paper in the labelling machine...........................................................................................143
15.6.
FORMATS..............................................................................................................................................148
15.6.1. Label formats.......................................................................................................................................148
15.6.2. Voucher formats..................................................................................................................................151
15.7.
KEYBOARDS ........................................................................................................................................152
15.7.1. Formats ...............................................................................................................................................152
15.7.2. Key Options.........................................................................................................................................152
15.8.
DISPLAY................................................................................................................................................154
16.
BACK-UP AND RESTORE (LBS) .............................................................................................................155
16.1.
BACKUP COPY ..........................................................................................................................................155
16.2.
RESTORE FILE (RESTORE) ........................................................................................................................156
17.
BLUE GRAPHIC DISPLAY .......................................................................................................................157
17.1.
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................157
17.2.
WEIGHT SCREEN.................................................................................................................................157
17.2.1. Weight screen formats.........................................................................................................................157
17.3.
MENUS...................................................................................................................................................159
17.4.
ITEM DETAILS .....................................................................................................................................160
17.5.
VENDORS................................................................................................................................................160
17.6.
LABEL FORMAT EDITION.................................................................................................................161
17.7.
TOTAL SCREENS .................................................................................................................................161
17.8.
SUBTOTAL SCREENS .........................................................................................................................162
17.9.
NEW DISPLAY SETUP MENU............................................................................................................163
17.9.1. Display Standby [ 3 8 1 ] ...................................................................................................................163
17.9.2. Logo initialization [ 3 8 2 ] ................................................................................................................163
17.9.3. Display load [ 3 8 3 ] .........................................................................................................................163
17.9.4. Clock section logo [ 3 8 4 ]................................................................................................................163
17.10.
WARNING SCREENS...........................................................................................................................163
17.11.
STANBY SCREEN ................................................................................................................................164
18.
APPENDIX ON BATTERIES .....................................................................................................................165
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18.1.
18.2.
18.3.
18.4.
18.4.1.
18.4.2.
18.4.3.
18.5.
18.5.1.
18.5.2.
18.5.3.
18.6.
18.7.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SCALES WITH BATTERIES.............................................................165
WORKING MODES OF THE 500 SERIES BATTERY .......................................................................166
BATTERY CONTROL PARAMETERS...............................................................................................166
OPERATION DEPENDING ON THE BATTERY CONTROL PARAMETER VALUE ...................166
Battery control to 0 (default mode).....................................................................................................166
Battery control to 1(default mode)......................................................................................................166
Battery control to 2 .............................................................................................................................166
MESSAGES AND INDICATORS IN BATTERY-RUN SCALE.........................................................167
Messages and indicator of battery load..............................................................................................167
Messages and indicator depending on operation status.....................................................................167
Messages in operating mode changes.................................................................................................168
ANTI BLACK-OUT BATTERY............................................................................................................168
OPERATION WITH EXTERNAL BATTERY......................................................................................168
19.
EAN/CODE 128 APPENDIX.......................................................................................................................169
19.1.
PROGRAMMING ........................................................................................................................................169
19.2.
PROGRAMMING THE GLOBAL EAN/CODE..............................................................................................169
19.3.
PROGRAMMING THE SECTION EAN/CODE.............................................................................................169
19.4.
PROGRAMMING THE ARTICLE EAN/CODE .............................................................................................170
19.5.
PROGRAMMING OF THE EAN/CODE 128 IN THE TOTAL RECEIPT ...........................................................170
19.6.
EAN/CODE 128 EDITOR.........................................................................................................................171
19.7.
INTERPRETING APPLICATION IDENTIFIERS (AI).......................................................................................173
20.
LINERLESS APPENDIX.............................................................................................................................175
20.1.
MODELS ................................................................................................................................................175
20.2.
LABELLING ASSEMBLY....................................................................................................................175
20.2.1. LINERLESS CASSETTE .....................................................................................................................175
20.2.2. INCOMPATIBILITIES........................................................................................................................176
20.3.
CONFIGURATION................................................................................................................................176
20.4.
RECOMMENDATIONS OF USE .........................................................................................................176
21.
COLOUR GRAPHIC DISPLAY APPENDIX...........................................................................................177
21.1.
CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................................................177
21.2.
FEATURES IN COLOUR VERSION OPERATION.............................................................................................177
21.3.
BUYER-SELLER DISPLAYS...............................................................................................................177
21.3.1. PRODUCT DATA SHEET..................................................................................................................178
21.3.2. REVIEW OF THE RECEIPT..............................................................................................................179
21.3.3. QUICK PRICE CHANGE...................................................................................................................179
21.3.4. ADDING CASHIERS ..........................................................................................................................179
21.3.5. DELETING A RECEIPT.....................................................................................................................180
21.3.6. PASSWORD ........................................................................................................................................180
21.3.7. PAYMENT METHODS.......................................................................................................................180
22.
IMAGES ON THE COLOUR DISPLAY...................................................................................................181
22.1.
INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................................181
22.2.
LOADING IMAGES ..............................................................................................................................181
22.2.1. Product Images ...................................................................................................................................181
22.2.2. Advertising Images..............................................................................................................................182
22.3.
CONFIGURING ADVERTISING ON THE SCALE ............................................................................184
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................184
ENABLING ADVERTISING (3.7.4) ....................................................................................................................184
SELECTING DISPLAYS (3.8.6) ..........................................................................................................................184
PROGRAMMING THE SEQUENCE OF IMAGES (3.8.7.2).............................................................................184
INITIAL VALUE OF THE SEQUENCE (3.8.7.1)...............................................................................................185
EXPOSURE TIME OF THE IMAGES (3.8.7.3) .................................................................................................185
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500 Series
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1.
PRESENTATION
The 500 weighing scale Range are the top of the DIBAL range,
especially designed for use in direct sales to the public.
DIBAL’s 500 weighing scale Range are a powerful work tool that
will permit you to reap maximum benefit from your business.
This manual should always be kept with the weighing scales in
order to ensure maximum performance from your scales in any
work situation.
1.2.
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
The Table below shows the characteristics of all the models in the
DIBAL 500 Range, and the sections in which the main functions
are described.
Furthermore, all the scales in the 500 Range offer:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
MONO-RANGE
Graphic LCD Display with background light.
Possibility of manual fixed and pre-programmed net
weights.
Programmable formats for receipt and label.
Possibility of working with 99 sections.
BACK-UP operations through the LBS programme.
5 VAT rates.
Connection to cash drawer or turnomatic.
Logos on receipt / label.
Different range types (see characteristics chart on
scales):
MULTI-INTERVAL
MULTI-RANGE
Range (kg)
Step (g)
Range (kg)
Step (g)
Range (kg)
Step (g)
3
1
3/6
1/2
3/6
1/2
6
2
6/15
2/5
6/15
2/5
15
5
15/30
5/10
15/30
5/10
30
10
12
2
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WEIGHING SCALES SPECIFICATIONS
1.3.1. General
POWER SUPPLY......................................... 110/230 VAC,50Hz, 1,3A
PRINTING METHOD ............................................. THERMAL PAPER
DISPLAY................................................................... According to model*
* DISPLAY SUPERLUX, DISPLAY BLUE L or DISPLAY BLUE XXL
PAPER SIZE OF LABELLING MACHINE ........ Dimensions: Width x Length
Maximum Length: 150*mm
Max. 150mm. Models: S-547.
Minimum Length: 30*mm
Models: S-545 and S-547.
Minimum Width: 20*mm
Models: S-545 and S-547.
Width with support: 63*mm
Models: S-545 and S-547.
PAPER SIZE OF RECEIPT ............................... External diameter 100* mm
*According to model
• External diameter: 57mm. Models: S-540 and S-547.
• External diameter: 62mm. Models: S-545.
• Big Roll: 100mm. Models S-545 y S-547.
COMMUNICATION TO SCALES ............................................ Ethernet*
* Wireless, Homeplug
COMMUNICATION TO PC...................................................... Ethernet*
* Wireless, Homeplug
CANAL DE COMUNICACIÓN OPCIONAL............................................... USB
TEMPERATURE FOR OPERATION............................-10ºC to +40ºC
PRECISION ........................................ 1/3000 || 1/6000 MAX. RANGE
1.3.2. Accessories
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
ADHESIVE LABEL ROLL
RECEIPT ROLL
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1.4.
INSTALLATION OF SCALES
Follow the instructions below to ensure correct installation and
operation of the scales.
1.
Check that the mains voltage corresponds to that stated on the
specifications label on the scales and that it does not fluctuate
in excess of 10% of nominal voltage.
2.
Make sure that the scales can be connected to a nearby socket
that is easy to access. We recommend that the socket should
be provided with differential breaker, thermal-magnetic trips,
and ground.
3.
Make sure that other equipment such as refrigerators, cutting
machines, etc. are not connected to same socket.
4.
If the scales have a battery option, see Annex Battery
operation.
5.
Only use the scales in areas that comply with the room
temperature values stated on the specifications label (-10ºC to
40ºC).
6.
Peripheral devices connected to the equipment must be
protected against fluctuation peaks of above 8A 100VA.
7.
The scales must be placed on a stable, level surface.
8.
No objects must come into contact with the dish.
9.
Avoid extreme temperatures. Do not place the scales in
direct sunlight or close to air conditioning vents.
10. These scales have not been designed as waterproof scales.
Therefore, avoid high levels of humidity since this might
cause condensation. Protect from rain and avoid direct
contact with water. Do not spray water on the scales or
submerge in water. If the scales get wet, switch off the power
supply immediately.
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1.5.
MAINTENANCE ADVICE AND HOW TO LOOK AFTER YOUR 500 RANGE
SCALES
By following these recommendations, your scales will remain in
perfect working order, thus obtaining a better performance and a
longer life.
1.
Never place a weight on the scales that exceeds the maximum
limit.
2.
Do not place weights suddenly on the dish if they exceed a
sixth of the maximum limit.
3.
Do not exert sideways pressure on the dish
4.
Always keep the keypad and dish clean. Use a dry cloth (and a
suitable cleaning product) to clean the scales.
5.
Never pour or spray water on the scales. If the scales get wet,
switch off the power supply immediately.
6.
Do not move the printer when it is switched on.
7.
Do not modify
characteristics.
8.
Clean the thermal head with the scales switched off. Do not
use blades or sharp objects for this purpose.
9.
Only have the scales repaired by authorised persons, with
suitable training.
the
scales’
mechanical
or
electrical
10. Always use original parts.
11. It is recommended to keep the scales out of direct sunlight,
protected from rain; avoid excessively humid conditions.
12. If the scales are operated with a battery, follow the
recommendations given in Annexe Battery operation.
The scales leave the factory prepared for retail sales. Therefore,
labels can be printed at below the minimum limit.
In the case of pre-packaging activities, in accordance with legislation
in force (Standard EN 45501 and Directive 2009/23/EC), this type of
equipment may only be used if packages are above the minimum limit.
The scales can be set up for specific use for pre-packaging tasks.
Consult your supplier or technical assistance service.
WARNING:
Disconnect the cable of the mains supply of the scale from the
electrical socket if the scale needs to be opened or
manipulated.
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2. OPERATION
2.1.
SWITCHING ON
Check that the weighing scales are correctly installed and then
turn on the switch on the bottom of the scales.
99999
99999
H5XX
--------ALC
0.000
0.000
99999
99999
ESP
While the scales are checked for any possible errors, the
display shows a countdown from 9 to 0, and information on the
model, programme version and maximum range of the scales is
shown.
V010N
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When the countdown is complete, and no errors have been
detected, articles and ingredients are checked, and the display
shows some dashes to indicate the scale range.
15kg
0.00
0.00
When the scales are switched on, there should not be
anything on the plate, because when the object is removed,
the scales will consider that weight as the net weight.
If the scales are programmed as SLAVE, it will show the
message (CONNECTING TO NET) during the starting up, and
if 5 seconds later, the corresponding MASTER is not working,
the message COMUNIC ERROR, will appear.
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2.2.
STARTING UP
Each of the following steps must be completed to start operating
the scales:
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STEP 1:
Install the scales as described in sect
1.4.INSTALLATION OF SCALE and switch on as
described in sect. 2.1.SWITCHING ON.
STEP 2:
Programme the weighing scale communications, i.e.,
set up the scales as MASTER or SLAVE and assign
the corresponding address (See sect.7.4.1.1 Set up
as MASTER-SLAVE)
STEP 3:
If the scales are being used for the first time, or you
wish to programme them again, the memory should
be deleted. (See sect. 7.3.4. INITIALIZATION OF
SCALE)
STEP 4:
Assign each of the sales assistants who is to use the
scales one of the 20 available memories, i.e. register
the employees (See sect. 4 REGISTERING
VENDORS)
STEP 5:
Programme the articles. (See sect. 3.1ARTICLES )
STEP 6:
If the scales are for operation in a EU country, check
that the current EURO PHASE is set up correctly.
(See sect. 11.1.7 PROGRAMMING EURO)
STEP 7:
Select the receipt format or programme a new one
(See sect 9.2 RECEIPT)
STEP 8:
Programme printing parameters (See sect. 11.4.
PRINTING PARAMETERS)
STEP 9:
Set up the label formats (See sect. 9.11 PROGRAM
LABEL FORMAT)
STEP 10:
Start to work with the scales, referring to the next
section 2.3 HOW TO OPERATE THE SCALES.
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2.3.
HOW TO OPERATE THE SCALES
DIBAL 500 Range weighing scale are specially designed to
simplify the sales assistant’s work, ensuring a high level of
speed and reliability on the part of the system, whether the latter
is one set of weighing scales or a network of MASTERS and
SLAVES connected to a PC.
The starting point of all explanations is the work status when the
weight, prince and amount is 0.
2.3.1. Direct price
The direct price must be activated in order to enter a price
with the number keys. To do this:
1. Check that the scales have been set up correctly. (See Sect..
5.1.2.4, DIRECT PRICE)
F4
0.000
0.000
DIRECT PRICE
0.00
0.00
2. Press F4 until the words DIRECT PRICE appear on the
display.
3. Thus, when a weight is placed on the platform, the number
keys can be used to enter the price.
F4
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
4. To deactivate the direct price, simply press F4 until DIRECT
PRICE disappears from the display.
2.3.2. Normal weight
In order to weigh a product, proceed as follows:
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
1. Place the product to be weighed on the platform.
2. Enter the price using one of the following methods:
0.410
0.000
0 0 0 2
1 2
0.410
0.000
DIRECT PRICE
000212
0.00
0.00
-Directly with the number keys and then by pressing the
corresponding memory key. To do this the DIRECT PRICE
must be activated. (See 5.1.2.4. DIRECT PRICE)
0.00
0.00
-By entering the article code (check that it is in the
corresponding department and be careful to enter all the
digits in the code: code 212 is not the same as 000212!!).
To do this the DIRECT PRICE must be deactivated. (See
sect . 5.1.2.4 DIRECT PRICE)
-Press the corresponding direct key (check that it is in the
corresponding department of the corresponding PLU).
In the event of an error, press C to set the price to zero.
SHIFT F3
0.410
5.00
0.000
2.05
<Article name>
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currency, press keys SHIFT and F3.
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0.410
0.000
^Euros^
832
341
0.410
5.00
0.000
2.05
<Article name>
4. Memorise the operation for the corresponding sales assistant
by pressing one of the, V1, V2..., Vxx keys. These memory
keys must have been registered beforehand. (See sect. 4.1.
REGISTERING VENDORS).
5. Remove the article and then start again with the next one.
If you want to to check the total amount of sale before totalizing,
hold pressed the vendor’s key of the corresponding sale for 2
seconds. The display will show for a few seconds the number of
sales the vendors has until that moment.
2.3.3.
Non-weight operations (adding,
subtraction and multiplication)
The scales are able to function with articles that are not sold by
weight (price/kg), but which have a price per article, such as a
bottle of milk.
The scales must be programmed to enable adding, subtraction
and/or
multiplication
operations.
(See
sect.
5.1.2.5
MULTIPLICATION, 5.1.2.7 SUBTRACTION and 5.1.2.6
ADDITION).
The method of operation is as follows:
1. Press + or - depending on whether you wish to add or
subtract.
+
0.00
(+)
0.00
(+)
1 2 0
0.00
(+)
0.00
(+)
2. Enter the price/unit of the product, as explained in section
2.3.2 NORMAL WEIGHT. In the event of an error, press
C to set the price to zero.
3. Memorise the operation for the corresponding sales
assistant by pressing one of the V1,..., Vxx keys. These
memory keys must have been registered beforehand.
(See sect. 4.1. REGISTERING VENDORS)
If more than one unit is to be added or subtracted before being
memorised, press X and enter the number of products.
V1
1.00
(1.00
x)
X 4
2.00
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Units
If the MULTIPLICATION parameter is set to “2”, then the units
must be indicated in all unit sales. Therefore, if an attempt is
made to memorise a unit sale that is not multiplication, the
scales will beep and the following message will appear on the
display:
“Enter units”.
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2.3.4.
SHIFT 0
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
Manual zero
The scales are equipped with a manual reset to zero mechanism.
If, for any reason the value of the weight is not zero, but it is within
a certain range, press keys SHIFT and 0, to reset the weight to
zero.
2.3.5.
In line discount
In receipt mode, this option permits a percentage discount to be
applied to a certain article. Proceed as follows:
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
PRINT
0.410
dct 00
0.000
2.00
<Article name>
-
1. Check that the parameter for applying discounts has been set
up correctly. (See sect. 5.1.3.6. DISCOUNT IN LINE)
2. Press PRINT until the symbol E disappears from the display.
This indicates that the scales are in receipt mode.
3. Effect the normal weight operation as far as the memorisation
step, without actually memorising.
4. Press -.
5 0
0.410
dct 50
0.000
2.00
<Article name>
5. Enter the PERCENTAGE discount to be applied. (For example
50 represents 50%) This discount will be directly reflected in
the amount on the display and it will be applied to the receipt
on the corresponding article line.
6. Memorise and continue with normal operation.
V1
2.3.6. Receipt printing: calculation of change
and discount
PRINT
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
VENDOR TOTAL?
4
V4
1. Press PRINT until the symbol E disappears from the display.
This indicates that the scales are in receipt mode.
2. Effect a memorisation operation in accordance with the
sections above. For example, with sales assistant V4.
V4
∗
To print the total operations effected by a sales assistant, proceed
as follow:
total
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3. To print the receipt press ∗ The scales will request the number
of the sales assistant with which the last operation is to be
printed.
4. Press the corresponding sales assistant key for whom the
operation is to be printed. For example V4.
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2 0
∗
4
total
M=1
4.10
4.10
dct 00
∗
F1
Vx
4
total
M=1
4.10
3.28
dct 20
5. If the option DISCOUNT ON TOTAL is activated (See sect .
5.1.3.5 DISCOUNT ON TOTAL), then the memory number,
number of articles and sum total will be shown. The scales will
request the discount percentage to be applied to the receipt.
Enter the desired value (for example 20%) and press ∗ . If no
operation is effected with the scales for 15 seconds, the
receipt is directly printed.
If parameter 335 is programmed (Discount on Total) as “2”,
i.e., discount on request, the discount can be applied by
pressing ∗ F1 and the corresponding sales assistant key Vx .
If the discount on total is not activated, the selected memory
number, number of articles and sum total will be shown, and
when ∗ is pressed, the receipt will be printed.
6. If the option CALCULATE EXCHANGE is activated (See sect .
5.1.3.1 CALCULATE EXCHANGE), TYPE the amount
tendered by the customer. The display will then show the
amount tendered by the customer, the amount to be returned
by the sales assistant or the change, and the amount to pay. If
the amount tendered by the customer is not entered for 15
seconds and the ∗ key is not pressed, the receipt is directly
printed.
Tendered: 20.00
TOTAL: 15.00
Change: 5.00
If no other operation is effected using the same memory, the
receipt may be printed as many times as required (See sect.
5.1.5.3. COPIES OF RECEIPT), and the following text will
appear on the receipts:
*** Copy ***
If other data is memorised in the same memory, it is presumed
that the operation corresponds to a new customer, and data
will be reset to 0.
2.3.7.
SUBTOTAL SALES
◊
V4
+
C
004
Subto
11111
<Article>
0.36
0.865
Article
11111
1.25
01
MENU
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TOTAL SALES ASSIST
Review receipt
To review operations effected by a sales assistant before the
corresponding receipt is printed, check that parameter 3128 is set
up correctly (See sect .5.1.2.8 SUBTOTAL), proceed with the
following steps:
1. Press the subtotal key ◊ .
2. Press the corresponding sales assistant’s memory key.
3. SEARCH for the operation to reviewed on the receipt using
the keys + and -. If you wish to DELETE the selected
operation, press C.
4.To return to normal operation status, press MENU.
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2.3.7.1. Complete deleting receipt
If you wish to cancel the entire receipt, Follow the next steps:
◊
SUBTOTAL SALES ASSIST
V4
0
1. Press the subtotal key ◊ .
2. Press the corresponding sales assistant’s memory key.
001
Subto
M: 04
0.36
3. Press 0.
4. The scale will ask if you wish to delete the receipt. In order to
delete press ∗ , if not press C.
Delete receipt
2.3.8.
Receipt reopening
It is possible to reopen the receipt when it has already been
printed. Parameter 3154 must be activated.(See sect. 5.1.5.4:
RECEIPT REOPENING).
To do this, and after effecting the operation with the customer:
1. Press the subtotal key ◊ .
◊
SUBTOT
2. If you wish to reopen the last receipt printed by one particular
sales assistant, press the corresponding memory key (for
example V4) and then press X. The receipt will then be
reopen in order to delete or add sales.
VENDOR
V4 X
If after printing the receipt for one transaction, the scales are
changed to label mode, it will not longer be possible to reopen
the receipt.
When another operation is memorised in the same memory,
the previous receipt can no longer be reopened.
If the RECEIPT REOPENING parameter is set to 9, the scales
will allow any receipt to be reopened.
Working at “Reopening receipt” set to 9, if you wish to reopen a
closed receipt in order to modify it, a menu with two options will
appear:
‘1’ – Last receipt.
‘2’ – Other receipts.
Option “1” permits the last closed receipt to be reopened.
If option “2” is selected, other receipts can be opened and the
scales will request the number of the receipt to be reopened.
If the receipt number is in the memory and it is reopen able, a
“recover receipt” message will be displayed and the receipt may
be modified. Otherwise, the scales will show a “non-valid receipt”
message.
PRINT
2.3.9. Operation in label mode
0.000
0.000
E
0.00
0.00
0.410
5.00
0.000
2.05
01 - <Article name>
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To print one label for each memorisation operation (label mode
operation) proceed as follows:
1. Press PRINT until the symbol LABEL appears on the display.
2. Effect the desired operation (weight, etc...).
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The label will be printed when the memory key is pressed
corresponding to the sales assistant who has effected the
operation.
∗
1
Total
TOTA
M1
COP
3
3. If you wish to make a certain number of COPIES* of the last
label issue, press ∗ , then press the sales assistant key where
the operation has been saved, enter the number of copies
required, and press ∗ .
*only model: S-545 and S-547
F2
0.410
0.000
EF
5.00
2.05
< Article name >
4. If you wish to work in automatic labelling mode, check that the
corresponding parameter has been set correctly (See sect.
5.1.4.3 AUTOMATIC WEIGHING), then select the required
article and press F2 until the symbol F appears on the
display.
If parameter 343 is set to 1, the memory in which the sales
are accumulated will have to be selected. If parameter 343 is
set to 2, sales will be automatically accumulated in memory
V1.
If there is any variation in the weight after a stable weight has
been attained, a label can be printed after a stable weight is
attained again, without having to press any article or sales
assistant key.
If you want to have reflected on the label the amount and the total in
EUROS see the section 5.1.3.8 Type of receipt and label.
2.3.10. Fix price
F2
0.410
0.000
0.00
0.00
0.410
0.000
01 - M
5.00
2.05
0.410
0.000
5.00
2.05
F2
0.000
0.000
SHIFT 1
SHIFT 3
F
This process is used to effect operations with the same article,
and to do this the corresponding parameter must be set up
correctly (See sect .5.1.2.2 FIX PRICE). Proceed as follows:
1. Place the required article on the platform.
2. Select the article to be fixed.
3. Press F2 to fix the price, and the symbol F will appear.
MILK
4. Now weigh the next article. To deactivate the fixed price press
F2 until symbol F disappears.
0.00
0.00
2.3.11. Increase or decrease price
After having entered a price, either defined in PLU, or as an offer
price or a direct price, press SHIFT and then 1 to enter the
percentage value to increase the price, or press SHIFT and 3 to
enter a percentage value to decrease the price. To do this,
parameter 5.1.7.6 must be activated (See sect. 5.1.7.6
INCREASE PRICE).
If you do not wish to enter any percentage, press C to resume
normal weighing mode.
To memorise the operation, effect the same procedure as that
without the percentage, i.e., after having entered the percentage,
press the memory key of the corresponding sales assistant.
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•
This procedure is compatible with adding
subtraction of one or more articles to be weighed.
•
In-line discount is not compatible (See sect. 5.1.3.6. IN
LINE DISCOUNT) with this procedure.
and
Effect the following procedure:
0.590
0.000
01 – SERLOIN
7.89
4.69
SHIFT 1
0.590
inc
0.000
01 – SERLOIN
.00
4.69
1 0
0.590
inc
0.000
01 - SERLOIN
.10
5.16
V1
1. Place the required article on the platform and select the article
to be fixed.
2. Press SHIFT + 1 to increase the price or SHIFT + 3, to
decrease the price of the article.
3. Enter the percentage to be applied, using the number keys.
4. Press the key of the sales assistant who has made the sale.
0.590
0.000
0.00
0.00
2.3.12. Net weight operations
It is possible to work with net weight values associated to each
PLU, either through the corresponding programmable net weight
keys or those obtained through manual net weights. The net
weight is shown at the bottom left corner of the display.
The NET WEIGHT ASSOCIATED TO EACH PLU is programmed
in the net weight field in the PLU creation or modification section.
(See sect. 3.1 ARTICLES).
To work with PROGRAMMABLE NET WEIGHTS, place the
article to be weighed on the platform, select one of the
programmable net weights by pressing SHIFT X and the key of
the desired net weight (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), enter the price and
memorise the weight.
To use the NET WEIGHT KEYS check that they have been correctly
programmed. (See sect 11.1.4 TARES).
To effect MANUAL NET WEIGHT:
T/FT
SHIFT
T/FT
T/FT
0.415
0.000
0.00
0.00
1.
Place the weight to be fixed as net weight on the platform.
2. Press T/FT.
0.000
0.415
0.00
0.00
0.415
0.000
0.00
0.00
3.
If you wish to fix the net weight, press SHIFT and then T/FT .
4.
To cancel the net weight, make sure there is not anything on
the platform, press T/FT.
If the fixed net weight mode is being used, when the weight is
removed from the platform, a negative net weight value will be
shown on the weight display.
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2.3.13. Free price and offer price
If you wish to FREE THE PRICE of a product at any time:
0.205
0.000
0.00
0.00
0.205
0.000
03 – POTATOES
1.00
0.21
1.
Check that configuration parameter 323: FREE PRICE has
the default value (See sect. 5.1.2.3 FREE PRICE) and place
the product on the platform.
2.
The article should have enabled Modify Price.(See section 3.1.1
point 24. Modify Price) Press the product direct key or enter its
code with the number keys.
To allow releasing the price, the item selected should be the
"Modify Price" set to "YES” (see par. 3.1.1, Create / Modify a PLU,
point 24 Modify Price).
F3
Check that it is in the corresponding department and be careful to
enter all the digits in the code: code 212 is not the same as 000212
0.205
0.000
0.205
0.000
POTATOES
POTATOES
0.00
0.00
0.60
0.12
3.
Press F3.
4.
Enter the new price and proceed with normal operation for
the product.
If you wish to sell an item at an OFFER PRICE: According to
model.
1.
Check that the label format used is set up in section 43 as
OFFER AMOUNT or section 30 OFFER PRICE (See sect .
9.1.1 LABEL FORMATS). Otherwise this operation cannot
be effected in LABEL MODE.
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
2.
Check that the PLU to be used has the offer price recorded.
(See sect. 3.1.1. CREATING / MODIFYING A PLU).
0.860
0.000
03 - POTATOES
0.60
0.52
3.
Selling in RECIPT MODE, press PRINT until symbol E
disappears from the display
0.430
0.000
03 - POTATOES
0.60
0.26
4.
Select the item.
5.
Press SHIFT and then F3: the offer price will appear.
0.430
0.000
E
0.60
0.26
6.
Press PRINT if you wish to work in label mode.
PRINT
SHIFT
F5
PRINT
POTATOES
2.3.14. Return weight
0.435
0.000
F1
V1
0.430
0.000
01 - MILK
0.00
0.00
1.00
0.43
0.000
01 - MILK
0.435
0.00
0.000
01 - MILK
0.435
0.00
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If you wish to return a product that has already been weighed and
the corresponding amount has been accumulated, the associated
parameter must be set up correctly (See sect. 5.1.2.1 RETURN
WEIGHT). Then proceed as follows:
1. Replace the article on the platform.
2. Select the corresponding PLU.
3. Press F1.
4. Press the key of the corresponding sales assistant.
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2.3.15. Best Before
If in the expiry configuration there is a value set up that allows the
global expiry date, (See Sect. 5.1.7.3. BEST BEFORE) it will be
possible to select the global temporary expiration data.
To do this:
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
2. Press F5.
Program the expiration data. The Format of the expiration data
can be changed by pressing T/FT :
F5
BEST BEFORE
00 / 00 / 0000
T/FT :
1. Make sure that the weighing scale is a MASTER and it is in
the working position.
a. Absolute
date
(day/month/year).
in
the
format
dd/mm/yyyy
b. Number of days from the date of printing the label. .+000
c. 00:00 hora concreta/ time concrete.
2.3.16. Batch number
In the Dibal 500 Range scales it is possible to programme a
batch number, which can be alphanumeric with a maximum of ten
digits, in which a global reference to labels of articles may be
assigned when the scales are in label mode.
SHIFT
◊,
360
BATCH NUMBER
∗.
C
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To programme the batch number press SHIFT ◊ , and enter the
batch number. By default this value will be the number of days
passed from the beginning of the year, for example batch number
252 will correspond to day 9/9.
To exit the data input dialog box, press ∗ . To delete editing press
C
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2.3.17. Totals labels
With this procedure it is possible to issue a label with the totals of
the previously issued labels.
There are two modes of operation:
2.3.17.1. Normal Accumulation Label
After issuing several labels, you can request a label with the totals
of the previous operations. To do this:
◊
1. Working in label mode, Press ◊ .
SUBTOT
V1
SALES AS.
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
2. Press the key of the sales assistant who effected the
operations.
In this case, the totals will be calculated from the labels issued
from this memory key since the last time a totals label was
printed.
2.3.17.2. Totals Label For One Article
The weight and amount values will be accumulated for one
particular code. If a different code is selected, totals accumulated
until then will be reset to zero. To select this accumulation mode,
review parameter (See sect .5.1.4.1. ONE ARTICLE). To do this:
1. Press ◊ .
2. Press the key of the sales assistant who effected the
operations.
2.3.17.3. Totals Levels
The 500 series scales have three totals levels. When a totals label
is printed for one level, the data automatically accumulates on the
totals label on the next level up.
Each accumulated level has an associated label format and EAN
code format.
To select the totals level, proceed as follows:
◊
SUBTOTAL LEVEL 1
1.
In label mode, press ◊ ,
2.
Press the 1 2 3 keys to select the level accumulated you
are looking for (level 1 press 1 level 2 press 2 level 3 press
3)
3.
Finally press the sales assistant's key.
1
0.000
0.000
V1
0.00
0.00
If there is not EAN TOTAL CODE defined, is taken the label
default value “Ean-13 format label”
If the article is not changed at accumulation level 1, the label fields
that correspond to the PLU itself (code, name, price, etc.) will
show PLU data.
In this case too (even if the article is not changed) level 1 labels
will show the expiry date even if “One article” is not set to 1 ART
OBL (See sect. 5.1.4.1. ONE ARTICLE).
However, if the article has changed, nothing will be shown in
these fields, except in the name field, which will show
"Accumulated total".
If parameter "One article" has a value of 1 ART OBL, then plu
data will be shown at all levels. Furthermore, in this case, when an
article is changed, the accumulative totals at all three levels will be
deleted.
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2.3.18. Forms of payment
This Function permits sales to be associated with a form of
payment so that later they can be listed separately. There are
nine forms of payment, four of which are defined:
PLU1
PLU2
PLU3
Cash
Card or
cheque
Credit
PLU4
To account
PLU7
Programmable
PLU5
Others
PLU8
Programmable
PLU6
Programmable
PLU9
Programmable
The operation is as follows:
∗
PLU1
1. When the receipt is to be printed, after pressing ∗ , select the
form of payment (PLU1,...,PLU9).
TOTAL SALES ASSIST.
V1
2. Press the key of the corresponding sales assistant.
CASH
TOT SALES ASSIST ?
2.3.19. Account payment form
Programme the parameter customer number in the weighing
scale configuration with values 4 to 7 (See sect. 5.1.3.2.
CUSTOMER NUMBER)
PLU 4
CUSTOMER
0
V1
1 1 1 1
∗
∗
P E P E
SHIFT 4
1 1 1 1
...

NEW CUST.
OK ?
NEW CUST.
NAME
1111
1111
<
CUSTOMER
0
PEPE
AMOUNT
99.99
Amount
Paid
1. When the receipt is printed, press ∗ , to enter the form of
payment. When the sales assistant number is pressed, if the
form of payment is ‘ACCOUNT’ (PLU 4), the customer
number will be requested (the 4 digits of the client number can
be entered with the number keypad or with a barcode reader.
The client number represents the last 4 digits in the barcode,
not including the control character). If it already exists, his/her
name will be shown, and confirmation will be requested (press
∗ ) and the amount on the receipt will be added to the amount
owed by the customer. If the customer number does not exist,
the name and amount owed on the receipt will be requested. If
the ‘ACCOUNT’ form of payment is selected, the text
‘ACCOUNT PAYMENT’ will be added to the receipt to
distinguish it from a normal sale.
2. If a customer wishes to pay part or all of the amount owed,
press SHIFT and 4, and the customer number will be
requested, (if the client does not exist, the scales will beep).
If no amount is entered as payment, a copy of the client's
account will be made. If a negative amount is entered, the
amount pending will increase. A record will be printed of the time
and date, customer code, customer name and sum owed before
payment, the amount paid and the amount pending payment. The
format of this record has the same parameters as the receipt, i.e.,
the same headings, logos, in pesetas and euros or just in the
principal currency, depending on the Euro phase, etc.
If you wish to exit without any payment being made, press THE
function key MENU .
3. A client may leave a certain amount as a deposit, and this is
reflected as a pending negative sum. Clients can only be removed
by going to the RMS or from the scales if your .balance is zero (0).
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4. Press MENU 8 1 16 to enter the Lists menu. Enter number 16,
which is the number that corresponds to the credit customers’
report. This list shows each customer, name and amount owed.
MENU
8 1 16
TOTAL SALES ASSIST.

To ensure that the balance of the cash drawer adds up correctly, in list
20 a new line is added that corresponds to the sum of payments
made by customers who pay through their accounts.
5. To delete a customer completely:
SHIFT 4
◊
◊
MENU
ACCOUNT CUSTOMERS
1.Press SHIFT and 4.
2.You will be asked for the number of the customer (to be deleted).
Press ◊ .
3. You will be asked if you want to “Delete customer”. Press ◊ .
4.You will be asked if you are “sure”. Press ◊ .
5.Press MENU to continue weighing.
A customer memory does not become free even if his/her balance is at
zero.
2.3.20. Two Pay Mode
A new procedure has been created in which one or two forms of
payment may be chosen.
At present, if parameter TWO PAY MODE is set to 0, this means that
only one type of form of payment will be used per receipt, and this
form will be selected using the PLU keys (PLU 1 Cash, DPLU 2
Cheque, etc.).
If parameter TWO PAY MODE is set to 1, this means that two types
of forms of payment may be used per receipt. To do this, after
pressing the sales assistant key in the “SALES ASSISTANT TOTAL?”
dialog box, the weighing scales will await the selection of the form of
payment, which can be entered by selecting the PLU keys (PLU 1
Cash, PLU 2 Cheque, etc.).
In this situation, the following is shown on screen:
- Number of articles sold
- Sales total
- Sales assistant code
- Description of form of payment
- Amount payable through this form of payment.
Cash is the default form of payment and the total amount of the
receipt is shown as the amount payable in this form of payment.
Therefore, if ∗ is pressed in this dialog box, the receipt is printed with
this form of payment, and a second form cannot then be entered.
To select a different form of payment or paying in a two pay mode,
you should select a form of payment on this screen by using PLU1 to
PLU9 keys, as it has been said before. The chosen form of payment
will appear on the screen and the numerical keyboard will be
operative to introduce the willed quantity with the first form of payment
(if you press C, the amount will became zero). You can change
the form of payment whenever with PLU1 to PLU9 keys.
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The choice of the first form of payment and the amount to pay through
this form are confirmed by pressing ∗ , and a second dialog box will
appear, showing:
- Number of articles sold
- Sales total
- Sales assistant code
- Description of second form of payment
- Remainder of the total outstanding amount
Here you can select the second form of payment with the PLU
keys. In this case the number keys remain inactive. If you press ∗
without selecting any form of payment, it is understood that the
second form of payment is the default form (effective form).
Press ∗ to print the receipt. (If cash is one of the forms of
payment and the change option is active, the receipt will not be
printed and the scales will wait for the amount tendered by the
customer to be entered).
If change control is activated and cash is one of the forms
of payment, the total sum of the receipt will be shown (the sum
of the two pay mode) and the amount tendered will be
requested. The change due will be shown (amount in cash
minus amount tendered).
There are 9 forms of payment available, which are defined:
PLU1
PLU2
PLU3
Cash
Card or
cheque
Credit
PLU4
To account
PLU7
Other
PLU5
Other
PLU8
Other
PLU6
Other
PLU9
Other
The operation is as follows:
1. Set the scales to working mode. Effect the sale of an article
and memorise with a sales assistant key.
∗ V1
0.275
0.000
0.00
0.00
D0
1 TOT
M =1
CASH
2.17
2.17
3. If parameter Two Pay Mode is activated, the scales will wait
for you to enter the desired form of payment by using the
department keys.
1 TOT
M =1
CASH
2.17
1.00
4. When the form of payment has been entered, then enter the
corresponding amount and press ∗ .
1 TOT
M =1
CASH
2.17
1.17
5. The scales show the outstanding balance from the sale. Use
the department keys to select the second form of payment.
1 TOT
M =1
CREDIT
2.17
1.17
∗
PLU3
∗
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2. Press ∗ followed by the sales assistant who has sold the
article.
Press ∗ to print the receipt.
Below is an example of payment through two forms of payment:
• First form of payment, not cash.
• Another, second form of payment, not cash.
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The “VENDOR TOTAL?” dialog box shows the number of articles
and the total. Enter the discount (if this option is enabled). Press ∗
and the scales will request the form of payment. Press PLU 2, for
example, to select CHEQUE.
Use the number keys to enter the amount the customer wishes to
pay by cheque. Press ∗ again. If the amount entered differs from
the amount due (i.e. if it is less) a second form of payment will be
requested. This should be selected using the PLU keys (e.g. PLU
3 to pay the remainder by CREDIT).
Press ∗ and the receipt will be printed with CHEQUE as the first
form of payment and CREDIT as the second form (in this
example, even if the change option is enabled, the scales will not
request the amount tendered by the customer).
In any event, if the amount entered for payment by means of
the first form of payment is equal to or greater than the total due,
it is understood that the exact total is paid through one form of
payment, which is the one that has been selected.
2.3.21. Selecting a default vendor
It is possible to select a default sales assistant so that the sales
assistant key does not have to be pressed. To do this, parameter
must be set-up. (See sect. 5.1.4.3. AUTOMATIC WEIGHING)
If the configuration parameter automatic weighing is ‘WITH
SEL MEMO’
- Working in label mode:
The automatic weighing mode will be effected with the
default memory.
Memorisations cannot be effected on a memory that is being
used by another machine, because the latter will block the
memory.
If the configuration parameter automatic weighing is
‘WITHOUT SEL MEMO’:
-
Working in label mode:
The automatic weighing mode will be effected without the
default memory.
2.3.22. Next Plu
If you wish to select a PLU stored in the scale it is possible to view
the different PLUs on the display.
SHIFT F2
+
Once selected a PLU we can see the previous and next PLU: To do
this:
SHIFT F2
1. Select a PLU.
−
2. To select the next one. Press SHIFT F2 +. When it finished,
it starts again.
3. To select the previous one. Press SHIFT F2 –
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2.3.23. Self-service mode
0.135
0.000
03 - POTATOES
0.00
0.00
The way it works in this mode is performed by placing a weight on
the plate and when pressing the corresponding key label, without
requiring the intervention of a vendor, the label of the required
product is printed.
In self-service mode only direct keys ate operative and depending
on the model, the simple keypad (keys 0….9)
To print a label:
0.410
0.000
0.00
0.00
POTATOES
1.
Put the product on the plate.
2.
Press the code for the product key.
3.
The scale saves the operation and print the label.
To accede to the programming, press any key for two seconds
and in less than one second press another key during two
seconds
All the operations done in the scale will allocated as sales to
the memory 1.
2.3.24. Configure backlighting
The scale’s backlighting (display lighting) can be configured.
There are three working positions:
0.000
0.000
SHIFT −
0.00
0.00
Off: backlighting stays off until operations are carried out on
the scale.
•
On: it is always on even though the machine is not being used
•
Time mode: backlighting switches on when operations are
carried out on the scale and switches off when the scale is not
being used approximately 30 seconds after.
To set the configuration parameters, take the following steps:
BACKLIGHT
MODE TIME
C
BACKLIGHT
ON
∗
0.000
0.000
•
0.00
0.00
1.
Set the scale to working position (POSITION 0)
2.
Press SHIFT and then − .
3.
Select working mode with the C
4.
To store the value, press ∗ .
2.3.25. Stock Manager
With this new functionality, you take control of the stock you have
in the shop for different articles.
When the order is received, the operative must enter the amounts
received in the scale, either by keyboard or by weighing them.
STOCK
MANAGER
0.000
STOCK
As the sales are made, the quantities sold will be discounted.
Having an inventory of the stock you have in the shop the whole
time. This inventory may be printed or sent to PC.
SHIFT F5
You can access to this new functionality pressing on the keys
SHIFT and F5 (3 seconds). Then locate the article on which we
want to vary the stock by its corresponding direct key or by
entering its code or via scanner.
In the screen it will appear the code, the description and the
current article stock.
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100.525
STOCK
The movements we can have are the following ones
+ Add the stock: The indicated amount is added to the
current stock.
12- POTATOES
− Subtract the stock: The indicated amount is subtracted
from the current stock.
100.525
0.000
[+]12- POTATOES
STOCK
◊ Regulate the stock: The current stock is replaced by the
indicated amount..
*Only models with scanner option.
Pressing any of these keys you will be able to edit the quantity in
order to make the movement:
Next to the articles description it will appear the movement symbol
that is taking place:
[+] = Add stock
[–] = Subtract stock
[R] = Regulate
T/FT
It is possible to edit the quantity of the weight articles placing the
product on the plate and pressing the key T/FT .
The Tare Percentage articles work with the gross weight.
The Return articles do not make sense in this operation.
∗
100.525
UPDATE?
<*> YES
STOCK
<C> NO
Once entered the wanted quantity, you must press the key ∗ and
it appears a screen asking for the confirmation.
For each article we are updating in the stock, the machine will
print a record of the movements done indicating:
♦ Article Code
♦ Description
♦ Original Stock
♦ Type of Movement
♦ Quantity
♦ Resulting Stock
To exit from this operation and return to the normal weighing
screen, press the key MENU and confirm ∗ .
MENU
∗
EXIT STOCK
MANAGER ?
<*> YES
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[ 1 ] ARTICLES
[ 3 5 5 ] Two Pay. Modes
[ 3 2 8 ] Subtotal
[ 3 3 ] CONF. RECEIPT
[ 2 ] VENDORS
[ 3 3 1 ] Exchange Calculation
[ 3 5 6 ] Section barcode
[ 3 6 ] CONF. EAN
[ 2 1 ] CREATION
[ 3 3 2 ] Customer Number
[ 3 6 1 ] Bar Code - Receipt
[ 2 2 ] DELETION
[ 3 3 3 ] Receipt Code
[ 3 6 2 ] Bar Code - Label
[ 2 3 ] CASH DRAWER
[ 3 3 4 ] Receipt Tare
[ 3 6 3 ] Interpr. Line
[ 2 4 ] ACTIVE VENDOR
[ 3 3 5 ] Discount in total
[ 3 6 4 ] EAN 13 Receipt Format
[ 3 3 6 ] Discount in line
[ 3 6 5 ] EAN 13 Receipt
[ 3 3 7 ] VAT in Receipt
[ 3 6 6 ] EAN 13 Label Format
[ 3 3 8 ] Receipt Conf.
[ 3 6 7 ] EAN 13 Label
[ 3 1 1 ] Day Movement
[ 3 3 9 ] Deleted Lines
[ 3 6 8 ] EAN 128 Format
[ 3 1 2 ] End of Day
[ 3 3 10 ] Rounding Receipt
[ 3 6 9 ] Scanner Sold Sales
[ 3 ] CONFIGURATION
[ 3 1 ] CONFIGURATION WITH PC
[ 3 1 3 ] Message Label
[ 3 1 4 ] PC Receipt Registration
[ 3 1 5 ] PC Communication Report
[ 3 1 6 ] Stock sending
[ 3 1 7 ] Stock movements sending
[ 3 2 ] CONF. KEYBOARD
[ 3 4 ] CONF. LABEL
[ 3 4 1 ] One article
[ 3 4 2 ] Adhesive paper
[ 3 4 4 ] Label per Weight
[ 3 4 5 ] Centre texts
[ 3 4 6 ] Label Accumulation
[ 3 2 2 ] Fix Price
[ 3 4 7 ] General Text
[ 3 2 4 ] Direct Price
[ 3 2 5 ] Multiplication
[ 3 2 6 ] Subtraction
[ 3 2 7 ] Addition
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Reading
[ 3 6 12 ] EAN per line format
[ 3 4 3 ] Automa. Weighing
[ 3 2 1 ] Weight Refund
[ 3 2 3 ] Free Price
[ 3 6 10 ] 128 Reading
[ 3 5 ] CONF. PRINTING
[ 3 5 1 ] Voucher
[ 3 7 ] CONF. OTHER
[ 3 7 1 ] Units x 1000
[ 3 7 2 ] Code Numbers
[ 3 7 3 ] Best before
[ 3 7 4 ] Advertising
[ 3 7 5 ] Draw Control
[ 3 7 6 ] Price Increase
[ 3 5 2 ] Voucher (2)
[ 3 5 3 ] Receipt Copy
[ 3 5 4 ] Receipt Reopening
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[ 3 7 8 ] Code Timeout
[ 3 7 9 ] Memo amount zero
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[ 3 7 10 ] Memo weight zero
[ 4 6 ] SHORT MESSAGES
[ 3 7 11 ] Headers Lin Lists
[ 4 6 1 ] Read messages
[ 3 6 12 ] Scan Load Class
[ 4 6 2 ] Delete messages
[ 3 7 13 ] Stock Control
[ 3 8 ] CONF. DISPLAY
[ 3 8 1 ] Display Standby
[ 3 8 2 ] Logo start up
[ 3 8 3 ] Change Display
[ 3 8 4 ] Clock in section logo
[ 3 8 5 ] Backlight
[ 3 8 6 ] Advertising Display
[ 3 8 7 ] Colour display advertising
[ 3 8 7 1 ] First image
[ 3 8 7 2 ] Image sequence
[ 3 8 7 3 ] Time interval
[ 3 9 ] CHECKWEIGHER
[ 3 9 1 ] Checkweigher
[ 4 ] TEXTS
[ 4 1 ] FREE TEXTS
[ 5 4 1 1 ] Net Identifier
[ 5 4 1 3 ] UDP Port
[ 5 ] COMMUNICATIONS
[ 5 1 ] ETHERNET PARAMETERS
[ 5 1 1 ] Scale IP Address
[ 5 4 1 4 ] Slaves IP Address
[ 5 4 1 5 ] Slaves communicated
[ 5 4 2 ] Master/Slave Operations
[ 5 1 2 ] PC IP Address
[ 5 4 2 1 ] Net Autoconfiguration
[ 5 1 3 ] Equipment Number
[ 5 4 2 2 ] Master/Slave Test
[ 5 1 4 ] TCP Tx Port
[ 5 1 5 ] TCP Rx Port
[ 5 1 6 ] MAC Address
[ 5 1 7 ] Subnet Mask
[ 5 1 8 ] Gateway IP Address
[ 5 2 ] RS-232 PARAMETERS
[ 5 4 3 ] Sending Data
[ 5 4 3 1 ] Sending All
[ 5 4 3 2 ] Sending PLU's
[ 5 4 3 3 ] Sending Traceability
[ 5 4 3 4 ] Sending Logos
[ 5 5 ] OPERATIONS WITH USB
[ 5 2 1 ] Baudrate
[ 5 5 1 ] Restore data
[ 5 2 2 ] Device
[ 5 5 2 ] Backup data
[ 5 2 3 ] Monitoring mode
[ 5 5 3 ] Backup sales
[ 5 3 ] OPERATIONS WITH PC
[ 5 3 1 ] End Day with Deletion
[ 4 3 ] SECTIONS
[ 5 3 2 ] End Day W/O Deletion
[ 4 4 ] PAYMENT MODES
[ 5 3 3 ] Begin of Day Request
[ 4 5 ] TRACEABILITY
[ 5 3 4 ] Initialization of scale
[ 5 3 5 ] Backup
[ 6 ] FORMATS
[ 6 1 ] LABEL
[ 6 1 1 ] Prog Label Format
[ 6 1 2 ] Copy Label Format
[ 6 1 3 ] Delete Label Format
[ 6 1 4 ] Rotate Label Format
[ 4 5 2 ] Table of Texts
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[ 5 4 1 2 ] Scale Address
[ 4 7 ] RECIPES
[ 4 2 ] ADVERTISING
[ 4 5 1 ] Products
[ 5 4 ] INTERCONEXION
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[ 6 2 ] RECEIPT
[ 7 4 ] PRINTING PARAMETERS
[ 6 2 1 ] Prog Receipt Format
[ 7 4 1 ] Label Parameters
[ 6 2 2 ] Copy Receipt Format
[ 7 4 1 1 ] Label Way Out
[ 6 2 3 ] Delete Receipt Format
[ 7 4 1 2 ] Label Contrast
[ 8 1 1 ] Report of Articles by Code
[ 8 1 2 ] Report of Articles by PLU
[ 8 1 3 ] Report of Articles by Equivalence
PLU / CODE
[ 7 4 1 3 ] Label Format
[ 8 1 4 ] Sales per Article by Code
[ 7 4 1 4 ] Heading
[ 8 1 5 ] Sales per Article by PLU
[ 7 4 1 5 ] Type of Paper
[ 8 1 6 ] Sales by Vendor/Article
[ 7 1 1 ] Group number
[ 7 4 1 6 ] For. total L 1
[ 8 1 7 ] Big Total Group
[ 7 1 2 ] Wholesaler Limit
[ 7 4 1 7 ] For. total L 2
[ 8 1 8 ] Sales per Article by Code [Extended]
[ 7 1 3 ] VAT Types
[ 7 4 1 8 ] For. total L 3
[ 8 1 9 ] Big Total Group [Extended]
[ 7 1 4 ] Tares
[ 7 4 1 9 ] For. EAN Tot L 1
[ 8 1 10 ] V.A.T. Total
[ 7 4 1 10 ] For. EAN Tot L 2
[ 8 1 11 ] Sales per Section
[ 7 ] DATA
[ 7 1 ] DATA
[ 7 1 5 ] Currencies
[ 7 1 6 ] Date and Time
[ 7 1 7 ] Euro Programm.
[ 7 1 8 ] EAN Programm.
[ 7 1 8 X ] EANC01... EAN128GLOBAL
[ 7 1 9 ] Loyalty points
[ 7 2 ] SELF-SERVICE MODE
[ 7 4 1 11 ] For. EAN Tot L 3
[ 7 4 1 12 ] Centre Label
[ 7 4 1 13 ] Centre Receipt
[ 7 4 1 14 ] Dist Opto-Thermal Head
[7 4 1 15 ] Backing Paper Rewinder
[7 4 1 16 ] Way out control
[ 7 4 2 ] Receipt Parameters
[ 7 2 1 ] Conf Self-Service Mode
[ 7 4 2 1 ] Receipt Contrast
[7 2 2 ] Fix Code
[ 7 4 2 2 ] Lines End of Receipt
[ 7 3 ] PASSWORDS
[ 7 3 1 ] Master Password
[ 7 3 2 ] Prog. Password
[ 7 3 3 ] Vendors Password
[ 7 3 4 ] Comms Password
[ 8 1 13 ] Last PLU Modified
[ 8 1 14 ] Cash Drawer Report
[ 8 1 15 ] Traceability Report
[ 8 1 16 ] On Credit Customers Report
[ 8 1 17 ] Fiscal Report
[ 8 1 18 ] Stock Report
[ 8 1 19 ] Monthly Sales Report
[ 7 4 2 3 ] Receipt Format
[ 8 2 ] LOGOS
[ 7 4 2 4 ] Receipt For Label
[ 8 3 ] FONTS
[ 7 4 3 ] Label opto calibration
[ 9 ] SALES DELETION
[ 8 ] REPORTS
[ 9 1 ] Z DELETION
[ 8 1 ] REPORTS
[ 9 2 ] LEVELS
[ 7 3 5 ] Lists Password
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[ 9 3 ] PARTIALS
[ 9 3 1 ] Articles Deletion
[ 9 3 2 ] Formats Deletion
[ 9 3 3 ] Traceability Deletion
[ 9 3 3 1 ] Complete
[ 9 3 3 2 ] Only Products
[ 9 3 3 3 ] Active Animal
[ 9 3 4 ] Configuration Deletion
[ 10 ] MACROS
[ 10 1 ] MACRO PROG
[ 10 2 ] COPY MACROS
[ 10 3 ] DELETE MACROS
[ 10 4 ] EDIT MACROS
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3. PROGRAMMIN
G
DIBAL 500 Range scales offer a menu-based programming
system, i.e. there is a hierarchical coded structure of programming
menus that provides fast and simple access to the different
programmes by using their corresponding codes.
PROG
1
1-9
ARTICLES
Access to the main programming menu is gained by pressing the
key MENU for 2 seconds.
After gaining access to the programming mode, the selected option
will be shown in black. Change from one option to another by using
F2 to go down the menu and F1 to go up.
An option can also be selected by entering its code using the
number keys.
To exit programming, press MENU
PROG
1
1-9
ARTICLES
OPTION 1:
Example: Select Global Format of Label 5.
MENU
Press MENU
F2
PROG
7-9
DATA
7
Press F2 until menu Data is selected
Press ∗
∗
F2
PROG
DATA
PRINT PARAM
74
4-4
The Data submenu appears.
Press F2 until see on the screen the Print Parameters
∗
Press ∗
The Print Parameters submenu appears.
∗
PROG
PARAM IMP
PARAM LBL
741
1-2
The Label Parameters option is already selected.
Press ∗
F2
∗
PROG
PARAM ET
FORMAT LBL
7413
3 - 14
Press F2 until Label Format is selected.
Press ∗
5
PROG
MENU
The Label Parameters submenu appears.
FORMAT LBL
7413
5
Enter 5 to select format 5.
Press MENU until the programming menu is exited.
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OPTION 2:
MENU
PROG
ARTICLES
7 4 1 3
5
1
1–9
PROG
FORMAT LBL
MENU
7.4.1.3
5
Press MENU
Press 7 4 1 3
Enter the value of the parameter, in this case 5.
Press MENU to exit the Programming menu.
The menus structure is the following:
ARTICLES
Articles programming
SALES ASSISTANTS (VENDORS)
Registration, removal and details of sales assistants
CONFIGURATION
Programming of PC Configuration, keyboard, label,
receipt, printing and EAN.
TEXTS
Programming of heading lines, publicity, sections,
payment modes and traceability.
COMUNICACIONES
Programming of communications parameters and
operations with PC.
FORMATS
Receipt and label formats programming.
DATA
Programming of data, selef-service mode, passwords
and printing parameters.
REPORTS
Printing of reports.
DELETIONS
Deletion of data.
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3.1.
ARTICLES [ 1 ]
3.1.1. Creating/modifying a PLU
In this section articles are programmed on the scales. The 500
model scales. The models Star, S-540, S-545 and S-547 allow to
program 10000 articles (PLU).
The following keys are used to create or modify a PLU:
X
↑
C
SHIFT
+, −
T/FT
◊
PRINT
∗
Proceed to edit the NEXT article field.
Proceed to edit the PREVIOUS article field.
Delete character that has been edited.
Switch between CAPITALS and SMALL
LETTERS or pressing some seconds the letter.
Go (Go back) to next (previous) PLU.
Enter a blank space.
Delete article/copy article.
Print a list of PLU data.
Save data entered.
Table 3-1
MENU
PROG
1
1-9
ARTICLES
1
1. Check that the scales are the MASTER. To programme, press
MENU during 2 seconds. Type 1 to enter article programming.
First, the display will show a C in order to enter the article
code.
2. Enter the PLU code to be created or modified using the
number keys (max. 6 digits) or press the corresponding direct
key.
C 000001
X
Press X to assign a direct key associated to a PLU.
C 000001
PLU
3. Type the corresponding number for the direct key (PLU) to be
assigned to the article.
1
In order to not assign a direct key to the article, it is sufficient
leaving in blank the corresponding field. When doing any operation
with the article, you must enter a 6 ciphers code.
Press X to proceed to enter the price per kg.
X
C 000001
PRICE
0.00
4. Enter the price per kg.
If the value of currency units / kg is entered as 0, then the article
in question will have a free price, i.e. the price can be entered
when an operation is effected.
X
C 000001
NAME POS – 1
_
Press X to proceed with programming the name.
M
5. Enter the article name (max. 20 characters).
X
C 000001
NAM2 POS – 1
_
Press X to proceed to enter a second name line name 3 (NAME2).
M
Press X to programme the type of article.
X
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6. Proceed to programme the type of article. Articles may be of
the following types: price/Kg. (WEIGHT), unit price (UNIT),
fixed weight (FIXED W.) o.
Use C to select type of article desired:
- WEIGHT. Type of article by default; the price per kilo will
be programmed, and the amount will be the weight of the
product multiplied by the price. The article must be
weighed by the scales.
C
- UNIT. The amount is the price of the article. The weight
and the unit price are not printed. The article does not
have to be weighed.
C 000001
TYPE
MILK
- FIXED WEIGHT. The amount will be the product of the
known weight of the article that has been entered when
programming the TARE field, multiplied by the price. The
article will not be weighed, but the weight and price will
both be printed.
- REFUND. The amount for this type of article will be
discounted from the total sum, and the amount will be
shown on the display as a negative value. This amount
will also be printed on the receipt.
- A FIXED WEIGHT PLU (FROZEN) appears on the display
as a WEIGHT-type PLU, but the difference is that instead
of the tare appearing in the bottom left-hand corner of the
display, the text PF appears, indicating that the weight is
fixed, and therefore the weight placed on the platform is
not taken into consideration.
Press X to proceed with defining the section parameter.
7. Enter the section code to which the article belongs (from 0-99)
with the number keys.
Press X to proceed to define the label format of the article.
X
X
C 000001
SECTION
MILK
1
C 000001
LBL FORM
MILK
0
8. Enter the label format that is to be used to print the label of the
product that is being edited. You can enter a value between 0
and 60* can be entered, with the following meanings:
From 0 to 20: predefined formats; See APPENDIX:
PROGRAMMED LABEL FORMATS, to select on of
these formats. All these formats will be given in the
current EURO phase.
From 21 to 60*: user-definable formats.
*According to model.
• Model: : S-545 and S547
Maximum 60
The printing parameter GLOBAL LABEL FORMAT must be set to 0
in order to programme the above (See sect. 11.4. PRINTING
PARAMETERS ).
X
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9.
C 000001
FOR EAN 13
MILK
1
Assign the barcode format (from 1 to 10) that is to appear on
the article label and/or receipt.
All 10 barcode types can be defined by the user in sect..11.1.8.1.
CONF. EANC01...EANC10.
Press X to proceed to define the VAT rate associated to the PLU.
X
10. Enter one of the 6 VAT rates of application:
0: 0% (no VAT).
C 000001
VAT TYPE
MILK
3
1 to 5: These values can be defined according to sect.VAT
PROGRAMMING. By default these VAT rates are 0%
(factory-set values). VAT rate 1 is assigned to direct price
articles.
Press X to proceed to define the article profitability code.
11. Enter the associated Smiley code (profitability) for the
article. The code may be a number from 0 to 9 and it will be
shown on the sales assistant’s display every time the article is
called up.
X
X
C 000001
COD SMILEY
MILK
0
Press X to proceed to define the price per weight fraction or
number of units associated to the PLU.
12. Offer (Price-Weight or Free Amount)
Use C to select one of the following options:
C
[ 0 ] – NO
C 000001
OFFER
PRICE-WEIGHT
[ 1 ] – Price per weight fraction or unit
[ 2 ] – Free amount
If Price per weight fraction or unit is selected.
This parameter permits different prices to be defined according to
the quantity of product that the customer purchases.
X
When X is pressed, the price is requested along with the weight
above which this offer is applied. The other fractions are configured
in the same way.
Therefore, if the weight is less than the first fraction, the price
defined in the PRICE field will be applied. If a greater quantity of
product is purchased, the price of the fraction of the corresponding
weight will be applied.
Example:
A storeowner would like to reward the loyalty shown by some
customers who purchase large quantities of potatoes. To do this, he
makes the following offers:
Price
Price 1
Price 2
Weight
1,00 Euro/ kg.
0,50 Euro/ kg.
Weight 1
Weight 2
5,000 kg.
10,000 kg.
Table 3-2
Therefore, if a customer purchases 5 kg or less of potatoes, he/she
will not benefit from any price offer. If the purchase is over 5 kg but
under 10 kg, the customer will obtain a price offer of 0.50 Euro/kg.
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X
If you select Free Quantity, it will program the quantity from which
you offer another amount free of charge, press X to programme the
value of the free amount. There are three areas.
Example:
A store owner makes the following offers:
Free quantity
Gift 1
Gift 2
Weight
Weight 1
Weight 2
1,000 kg.
2,000 kg.
2,000 kg.
3,000 kg.
Table 3-3
If a customer purchases 2 kg of tomatoes, the store will reward
him/her by giving 1 further kg free of charge. If the purchase weight
is over 3 kg, the customer will be given a further 2 kg as a gift.
Press X to save and proceed to define the offer price associated to
the PLU.
X
SHIFT
F5
13
C 000001
COST P
MILK
X
0,00
Offer Price. This is the price designated for any offers or
promotions on this item. Access to this operation is gained
from normal operation mode by pressing SHIFT and F5 after
having selected the PLU. According to model.
Press X to proceed to define the cost price associated to the PLU
or ∗ to save the item.
Example:
∗
Offer:
This week: box of king prawns for just
6 euros!!!
Do not confuse the OFFER PRICE of items on offer, with
OFFERS on prices depending on the weight or number of
products purchased.
14. Cost price. This field is used in the lists of profit margins for
the product. In this section, the purchase price of the product is
entered.
X
∗
C 000001
SELL BY DATE
00/00/0000
Press X to proceed to define the expiry date associated to the PLU
or ∗ to save the data.
15. Sell-by date. Access to this parameter is only enabled if the
SELL-BY DATE parameter that can be programmed from the
scales test mode is set to YES.
T/FT
T/FT
C 000001
SELL BY DATE
+000
C 000001
SELL BY DATE
00:00
T/FT
The expiry date can be entered in one of the following ways:
1. Absolute date in the format ddmmaa (day, month,
year).
2.
Number of days after the date the label is issued.
3.
Number of hours after the label is issued.
Press T/FT to select the value.
Press X to proceed to define the extra date associated to the PLU.
X
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T/FT
X
T/FT
C 000001
EXTRA DATE
00/00/00
16. Enter an extra date (best before date, etc...). If you wish to
enter an expiry time, press T/FT and enter it directly.
Press X to proceed to define the PLU tare.
C 000001
TARE
MILK
17. Tare. In this field the tare associated to the product is defined.
There are two ways of entering this value:
1.
Using the number keys.
2.
By placing the weight to be tared on the platform
and pressing T/FT .
0,000
Press X to proceed to define the text lines for the PLU.
X
18. Text lines. There are a total of 10 text lines with a maximum of
24 characters per line available for each article.
C
If the article is to be supplied with text lines, press C until Yes can
be selected.
F5 10 ∗
To add a new line in a text, press F5 10 ∗ . It is possible to add
more than one in the same text.
Next, press F5 to carry on editing.
F5
C 000001
TEXTS
MILK
YES
Press F5 9 ∗ at the first character so as not to centre the text lines
at printing. The symbol is
(see the scale).
F5
Next, press F5 to carry on editing.
F5 9 ∗
To print the lines consecutively on the label, press F5 9 ∗ at any
position (except the first one).
Next, press F5 to carry on editing.
To change lines press X.
X
C 000001
GT
_
Press X to proceed to define the PLU EAN.
X
X
POS
19. General text. Each article may have up to 1024 characters of
text. Use F4 to move 1 character forwards in groups and F3
to move 1 character backwards. Pressing on + during two
seconds to go to the last character of the text. Pressing –
during two seconds to go to the first character of the text..
C 000001
EAN 13
_
20. EAN 13. The EAN code for the article is defined in this field.
Use the number keys to enter the EAN code for the article or
use a scanner (see EAN/CODE 128 appendix).
Press X to proceed to define the PLU class.
21. CLASS:
C 000001
CLASS
MILK
This is to define whether the article has traceability.
• CLASS = 0: No traceability. Press ∗ to end PLU programming.
• CLASS ≠ 0: Traceability. The class to which the PLU belongs is
assigned here. There are 10 different classes.
If the PLU has traceability, see section 6.5. TRACEABILITY.
22. IDN
If a class was assigned to the PLU in the foregoing point, then the
Identification Product Number (IDN) to which the PLU belongs must
be assigned in this field using the number keys. The number may
range from 1 to 99.
The master and the slaves can read EAN 13 codes.
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23. Logo.
C 000001
LOGO
MILK
The logo associated with the article is programmed here. The scale
has one set of programmed logos.
Press ∗ in order to save
∗
24. Alter price
When this field is programmed to “Yes”, it is possible to modify the
price of the article by pressing on its direct key.
The procedure is the following:
1. Keep pressed the direct key of the article
∗
C 000001
ALT PRICE
LECHE
2. Enter the new price
YES
3. Press: ∗
∗
3.1.2. Copy an Article
Effect the following operation:
C 000000
1. Enter article programming on the scales.
0 0 0 0 0 1
◊ C∗
2. Select the article code to be copied.
C 000001
PLU
NAME MILK
1
C 111111
PLU
NAME MILK
1
1 1 1 1 1 1
∗
3. Press ◊ and select the option Copy Article with the key C and
confirm with ∗
4. Select the new article code.
5. Press ∗
2
6. Press the new direct key associated to this article.
∗
7. Press ∗
3.1.3.
Delete Article
Effect the following operation:
1. Enter article programming on the scales.
0 0 0 0 0 1
2. Select the article code to be deleted.
C 000000
3. Press ◊ and select the option Delete Article with the key C.
◊ C
∗
C 000001
PLU
NAME MILK
1
4. Press ∗
And EAN128 and as long as they LecturaEAN128 parameter is ON.
If it is allowed EAN128 reading on the machine, after a reading of a
code EAN128 have to spend 5 seconds to read a EAN13, EAN128
because the segment can be read and interpreted everything
between the scanner 5 seconds after reading a EAN128 code like
the following parts.
The slave can only read codes EAN13.
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4. VENDORS [ 2 ]
The maximum number of vendors available on each scale will
depends on the model.
• For models: S-540, S-545 and S-547
Max.: 20 vendors.
( V20 )
The keys corresponding to the vendors will be labelled with the key
V followed by a number which identifies the vendor number (V1,
V2, etc...)
The vendors must have previously been registered in the
corresponding memory in order for the operations carried out by
the same to be stored. If this is not the case it is not possible for the
operations to be stored and the associated keys V1, V2,... Vxx
are out of order.
Remember that this type of programming can only be done on a
MASTER scale.
4.1.
REGISTERING VENDORS [ 2 1 ]
To register the memory of a new vendor.
PROG
MENU
ARTICLES
2 1
IN
E=
1
1-9
n=
1. Make sure the scale is set up as master and access the
programming menu MENU
1
V4
3. Press the key you wish to assign to the new vendor, for example
V4.
IN
E=
2 7 0 5 4
X
∗
2. Type in the access code to programming of vendors 2 1
n=
IN
n=
E = 27054
IN
n=
E = 27054
CARLOS_
4
0
4L
4L
n=
5
0
IN
E=
n=
1
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4. Enter a five digit code for the new sales assistant (for example 2
7 0 5 4).
5. Press X to confirm and go on to enter the operator’s name.
IN
E=
MENU
The symbol L indicates that the selected memory is FREE. If this
message does not display, it means that the chosen memory is
being used by another sales assistant. See section 4.2 REMOVING
SALES ASSISTANTS if you wish to free this memory.
6. Enter the name (maximum 26 characters) of the new sales
assistant: the current position of the cursor will display in the
bottom left hand corner.
7. Press ∗ to confirm: the next sales assistant’s screen will show
(in this case, that of V5).
8. Go to point 3 if you wish to register a new sales assistant, or
press the MENU key to quit the programming menu.
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4.1.1. Consulting active vendors
Once in the Registering Vendors screen,
1. Press T/FT: the keys of the active sales assistants will display in
groups of 5 in the first line (for example, sales assistants 1,3 and
4). The code associated with each sales assistant displays in
the second line.
2. Press the X key to move to the following group of five 5 sales
assistants.
3. Use the + and − or ↑ and ↓ keys to move forward or backward
to view the sales assistants.
4. Press MENU return to normal working mode.
In order to change the code or name of a sales assistant, they must
first be removed and then registered.
4.1.2. Training model
The DIBAL 500 Range scale has a special working mode for
training new sales assistants.
In this working position, the transactions carried out are not
accumulated in the scale’s totals, and the receipts issued include
this line of text:
*** Training mode ***
ENTER TRAINING MODE
1. Make sure the scale is set up as MASTER, and enter the
Registering Sales Assistants screen
2. Press the key of the sales assistant you wish to be trained (for
example V4), this sales assistant must already have been
registered.
3. Select training mode by pressing the subtotal ◊ and ∗ keys: the
symbol E will display.
4. Press MENU to quit.
QUIT TRAINING MODE (NORMAL MODE)
Remove the vendors.
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4.2.
MENU
2 2
OUT
E=
V4
∗
MENU
n=
1
0
REMOVING VENDORS [ 2 2 ]
In order to remove a vendor, that is, free the memory occupied by
the said sales assistant, take the following steps:
1. Access vendors programming and select Remove Vendors
MENU (2 sec) 2 2.
2. Press the key associated to the sales assistant to be removed,
for example V4. If you do not register a new sales assistant, this
key will remain inactive and operations accumulated cleared to
zero.
3. Press ∗ to confirm the removal of this sales assistant.
4. Press MENU to return to working mode.
This operation is only possible if the parameter Remove vendors is set
at YES (TEST MODE) and if the memory you wish to delete is not
being used at that moment.
When registering or removing sales assistants, the + and − keys go
forward and backward respectively to the next or previous sales
assistant. Likewise C deletes the data of the input line, except in
training mode which removes the said sales assistant from this
operating mode.
4.2.1. Removing all vendors
T/FT
∗
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You can disable all the sales assistant keys at the same time. To do
so:
1. Press T/FT (ALL).
2. Press ∗ to confirm the elimination of all the vendors.
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4.3.
CASH DRAWER OPERATION [ 2 3 ]
The 500 Range weighing scales permit joint operation with a cash
drawer. To do this, a connection cable is required, and this
operation mode must be activated (See sect .5.1.7.5 CASH
DRAWER CONTROL). For cash drawer operation:
1. Check that the scales are the MASTER, press MENU (2 sec)
Enter the access code to the vendor configuration 2 3.
MENU
2 3
1
1 = DEPOSIT
2 = WITHDRAW
2
DEPOSITING
WITHDRAWING
∗
2. If you wish to DEPOSIT money in the cash drawer at any time
during the day, press 1
0.00
3. If you wish to WITHDRAW money from the cash drawer at
any time during the day, press 2.
200.00
4. Enter the amount of the operation performed (deposit or
withdrawal) on the weighing scales using the number keys. In
the event of error, use C to delete.
5. Press ∗ to validate data: the weighing scales will be updated
and the cash drawer will open automatically.
In order to control the cash drawer BALANCE, it is possible to issue
a corresponding list in which totals are printed according to forms of
payment and cash drawer balance.
CASH
UPDATED
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It is possible to open the cash drawer in normal operation mode
(position 0) in the receipt issue phase, by pressing + at any time after
having pressed ∗ or ◊ .
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5. CONFIGURATI
ON [ 3 ]
5.1.
MAIN CONFIGURATION
These parameters allow programming the operative setup of the
section where the scale is installed.
MENU
PROG
1
1-9
ARTICLES
3
∗
PROG
CONFIGURA
CONF WITH PC
31
1-7
The access to the main programming menu is gained by pressing
the key MENU for 2 seconds.
After gaining access to the programming mode, select the option 3
Section Configuration and press ∗ .
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
An option can also be selected by entering its code using the
number keys.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU
When the lower level of the programming menu is shown, it is possible
to print a list of the parameters by pressing the key PRINT.
5.1.1. PC Configuration [ 3 1 ]
PROG
3
3-9
ARTICLES
MENU
3 1
PROG
CONFIGURA
CONF WITH PC
31
1-7
This programming allows to define all the parameters related to the
communication with PC.
To enter in this menu press MENU for 2 seconds and then 3 1.
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
The access to the submenus it is possible by pressing the key ∗ or
by entering directly the code of the each submenu.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU
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5.1.1.1. Day Movement [ 3 1 1 ]
PROG
Day Movement
YES
The value of this parameter indicates if the scale sends data to the
computer. This parameter has either of the following values:
‘NO’ – The scale does NOT send data to the computer.
‘YES’ – The scale DOES send data to the computer.
‘END OF DAY’ – The scale send data to the computer when an
End of Day is requested
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5.1.1.2. End of Day [ 3 1 2 ]
PROG
312
0
The value of this parameter indicates if the scale does close shop
and send data to the computer.
'0 '- Disabled End of Day.
'1 '- Enabled End of Day.
End of Day
5.1.1.3. Label messages computer [ 3 1 3 ]
PROG
This parameter is used to differentiate between the messages sent
to the PC for the receipt and label.
‘0’ – It does not differentiate between the messages on the
receipt and label.
‘1’ – It differentiates between the messages on the receipt and
label.
313
0
Message Label
5.1.1.4. PC Receipt Registration [ 3 1 4 ]
PROG
PC Receipt Re
LA
314
This parameter is used to select one of two types of receipt registers,
which can be used to send a literal copy of the receipt to the PC., i.e.
the sales effected at the scales.
Possible values are:
‘LA’ – Sales are sent to the PC through the LA register.
‘LY’ – Sales are sent to the PC through the LY register. This
provides more complete information.
If fiscal mode is on, this parameter can only be set to 1 (LY register).
5.1.1.5. Report on communication with PC [ 3 1 5 ]
PROG
PC Com Report
315
0
This parameter permits a series of messages to be displayed on the
printer, indicating the status of different processes that are executed in
communications with the PC.
‘0’ – Messages on processes related to PC communication are
not printed.
‘1’ – Messages on processes related to PC communication are
printed.
These messages are created for different process such as “start and
end a Start of Day”, “start and end price sending”, “start-up scales”,
etc. An example of such a message is:
The PC starts a Start of day. (PC: START 2000)
"End of Day START Msg: xx"
The PC ends a Start of Day. (PC: END 2000)
"End of Day OK Msg: xx"
The time and date that the event occurs are shown in the line above
the message. The internal number of the message sent between the PC
and the scales is printed at the end of each text.
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5.1.2. Conf. keyboard [ 3 2 ]
MENU
3 2
PROG
CONFIGURA
CONF. KEYBOARD
32
2-7
MENU
This programming allows to define all the parameters related to the
keyboard and keys functions
To enter in this menu press MENU for 2 seconds and then 3 2.
Press ∗
The access to the submenus it is possible by pressing the key ∗ or
by entering directly the code of the submenu after pressing MENU.
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU
5.1.2.1. Weight Refund[ 3 2 1 ]
Use this parameter to determine if, during normal operation, with
the F1 key weighed articles can be returned.
F1
PROG
WEIGHT REFUND
YES
321
‘YES’ – It enables weight return operations.
‘NO’ – It does not enable weight return operations.
5.1.2.2. Fixing the price [ 3 2 2 ]
F2
PROG
FIX PRICE
YES
322
This option allows the F2 key to be activated or not. This parameter
only affects the F2 key when the scale is at normal functioning,
and its purpose is to provide the possibility to fix the article or the
price:
‘YES’ – Permits the price to be set. (Default value).
‘NO’ – Price cannot be set.
5.1.2.3. Free price [ 3 2 3 ]
In normal working mode the scale is able to free the price of the
articles in the memory with the aid of the F3 key. The possible
values for this parameter are:
F3
‘YES’ – Free price operations are enabled. (The F3 key is
activated)
PROG
FREE PRICE
YES
323
‘NO’ – Free price operations are not enabled. (The F3 key is
deactivated.)
Check that the status of Modify Price is activated.
5.1.2.4. Direct price [ 3 2 4 ]
F4
PROG
DIRECT PRICE
ALLOWED
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With the scale in normal working mode, the F4 key allows you to
change between the modes for working with direct price and
working with article code.
This option enables the functioning of this key in order to limit the
access of the user to articles which are not in the direct keyboard,
or to prevent products being sold at direct price.
‘ALLOWED’ – It enables direct price operations.
‘NOT ALLOWED’ – It impedes direct price operations.
‘MANDATORY’ – It makes working with direct price obligatory.
(The F4 key is deactivated.)
‘AFTER DP NORMAL’ – Return to normal mode after working
on direct price.
‘AFTER NORMA DP’ – Return to direct price mode after
working on normal price.
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5.1.2.5. Multiplication [ 3 2 5 ]
PROG
MULTIPLICATIO
YES
325
This option is used to determine if the scale can carry out
multiplication operations in normal working mode.
‘YES’ – It enables multiplication. (Default value)
‘NO’ – It does not enable multiplication.
‘FORCE UNIT’ – Permits multiplication. Units must be entered
in all article sales that are classified as UNIT type.
5.1.2.6. Subtraction [ 3 2 6 ]
Just like the previous parameter but for subtraction operations. (The
– key)
PROG
SUBSTRACTION
YES
326
‘YES’ – It enables subtraction. (Default value)
‘NO’ – It does not enable subtraction.
5.1.2.7. Addition [ 3 2 7 ]
PROG
ADDITION
YES
327
Just like the previous parameter but for addition operations. (The +
key)
‘YES’ – It enables addition. (Default value)
‘NO’ – It does not enable addition.
5.1.2.8. Subtotal [ 3 2 8 ]
It allows you to configure the ◊ (subtotal) key. You can enter one
of the following values:
PROG
SUBTOTAL
328
0
‘0’ – The ◊ key is enabled for subtotal operations. On
pressing ◊ the subtotal appears on the visual display
and, on pressing the + and – keys, you can review
the receipt line by line.
‘1’ – The ◊ key is disabled for any subtotal operation.
‘2’ – The ◊ key is enabled for both subtotal and provisional
subtotal. Whenever an operation is stored, the
subtotal is shown for four seconds (temporary
subtotal). Moreover, on pressing the ◊ and the
memory key corresponding to the sales assistant, the
subtotal shows up on the visual display, and, on
pressing the + and – keys, the receipt can be
reviewed line by line.
‘3’ – Only provisional subtotal operations are carried out.
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5.1.3. Receipt configuration [ 3 3 ]
MENU
PROG
CONFIGUR
CONF. RECEIPT
33
3-7
3 3
This programming allows to define all the parameters related to the
receipt data and printing
To enter in this menu press MENU for 2 seconds and then 3 3.
Press ∗
The access to the submenus it is possible by pressing the key ∗ or
by entering directly the code of the submenu after pressing MENU.
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU
5.1.3.1. Calculate Exchange [ 3 3 1 ]
PROG
EXCHANGE CALC
YES
331
With this option you determine if the scale must calculate the
change before issuing the receipt or not. To do so:
‘N0’ – Without calculation of the change. (Default value)
‘DELAYED’ – With calculation of the change, after a 10-sec.
pause.
‘YES’ – With calculation of the change, wait to press ∗ .
Enter the required change value with the numeric keypad.
If we are in a stage with secondary currency (for example. PTAS)
and main currency (for example EURO), we can change either of
them by pressing F2 key.
Example 1:
EURO
PTAS
F2
TOTAL:
25,69
TOTAL:
4.274
TENDERED:
CHANGE:
50,00
24,31
TENDERED:
CHANGE:
8.319
4.045
F2
If we are in a stage with secondary currency (for example PTAS)
and main currency (for example EUROS), the secondary currency
is temporarily showed on the display by pressing F1.
Example 2:
EURO
TOTAL:
TENDERED:
CHANGE:
25,69
50,00
24,31
PTAS
F1
TOTAL:
TENDERED:
CHANGE:
4.274
8.319
4.045
To get all these operatives done, “Calculate Exchange” option
must be previously activated.
5.1.3.2. Customer number [ 3 3 2 ]
PROG
CUSTOMER NUMBER
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0
It decides which number will appear on the receipt number, a
successive number provided by the scale itself, or a number the
scale will request before printing the receipt (Customer number)
and whether what is printed is this receipt number or the sales
assistant’s code.
Enter one of the following values:
‘0’ – The sales assistant number is printed in the heading.
‘1’ – The customer number is requested before printing the
receipt, in order to print this number at the end. The sales
assistant number is printed in the heading.
‘2’ – The next consecutive receipt number is printed in the
heading.
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‘3’ – A customer number is requested before the receipt is
printed, and this number is printed at the end. The next
consecutive receipt number is printed in the heading.
‘4’ – The sales assistant number is printed in the heading. If the
“PAY TO ACCOUNT” mode of payment is selected, the
scales request the customer number for payment to
account, and it will be printed below the receipt:
Pay on account
Client: Client no. and name.
‘5’ – It requests customer number before printing the receipt and
the sales assistant number is printed on the header. If ‘ON
ACCOUNT’ is selected as form of payment, the scale
requests the customer number for payment on account,
and will print it on the header.
‘6’ – It prints a consecutive receipt number and the receipt
number is printed on the header. If ‘ON ACCOUNT’ is
chosen as form of payment, the scale requests the
customer number for payment on account, and prints it on
the header.
‘7’ – It requests customer number before printing the receipt and
the customer number (or receipt no.) is printed on the
header of the receipt. If ‘ON ACCOUNT’ is selected as
Form of payment, the scale requests the customer
number for payment on a count, and prints it in the
header.
5.1.3.3. Code on receipt[ 3 3 3 ]
This parameter allows you to configure the scale to print the article
code on the receipt or not. This parameter can have two values.
PROG
RECEIPT CODE
YES
333
‘NO’ – It does not show the article code on the receipt.
‘YES’ – It shows the article code with a description.
5.1.3.4. Tare on receipt[ 3 3 4 ]
This parameter is for setting the printing of the tare. You can enter
one of these values:
PROG
RECEIPT TARE
YES
334
‘NO’ – The tare is not printed on the receipt.
‘YES’ – The tare is printed on the receipt.
5.1.3.5. Disc. In Total [ 3 3 5 ]
This parameter sets the scale to apply or not a discount percentage
to the total of a transaction, in such a way that if the value is:
PROG
DISCOUNT IN TOTAL
YES
335
‘NO’ – A discount is not applied to the total.
‘YES’ – The discount percentage is applied at the end of the
receipt.
‘FAULT’ – A percentage discount is applied at the end of the
receipt, only if requested.
5.1.3.6. Disc. In Line [ 3 3 6 ]
PROG
DISCOUNT IN L
NO
336
Depending on the value of this parameter it is possible to apply a
discount or not to a product, while at the operation stage. If the
parameter is set at:
‘NO’ – Then it does NOT enable the application of a discount to
each product.
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‘YES’ – It allows the application of a discount (with -).
5.1.3.7. VAT In Receipt [ 3 3 7 ]
This parameter allows you to configure the printing of VAT on the
receipt.
PROG
VAT IN RECEIPT
YES
337
‘YES’ – VAT IS printed in the receipt.
‘NO’ – VAT is NOT printed in the receipt.
5.1.3.8. Type of receipt/label [ 3 3 8 ]
PROG
338
0
RECEIPT CONF
Depending on the values of this parameter, you can obtain different
types of receipts and labels, as well as print the information in
EURO, that is:
‘0’ – Normal receipt and label.
‘1’ – Simplified receipts: only header 2 is printed on the receipt
(the time, date and sales assistant’s number are not included
and are substituted by the centred date).
‘2’ – Normal receipt and normal label with total in secondary
currency
‘3’ – Simplified receipt with total in secondary currency.
‘4’ – Simplified receipt and label with total and lines in secondary
currency.
‘5’ – Simplified receipt with total and lines in secondary
currency.
5.1.3.9. Deleted lines [ 3 3 9 ]
This parameter shows how to print and send to a pc lines that have
cancelled from a receipt. Deleted lines will be shown in inverted
video, regardless of how they are printed later. Possible values are:
PROG
DELETED LINES
339
0
‘0’ – Cancelled lines:
Are not printed on the receipt with the word “CANCELLED”.
Are not counted in the number of articles on the receipt.
Do not blink on the screen when cancelled.
Are not sent to the PC in the “Immediate Sales” register.
‘1’ – Cancelled lines:
Are printed on the receipt with the word “CANCELLED”.
Are counted in the number of articles on the receipt.
When cancelled, these are shown as a negative value on
the display.
Are not sent to the PC in the “Immediate Sales” register
‘2’ – Cancelled lines:
Are not printed on the receipt with the word “CANCELLED”.
Are not counted in the number of articles on the receipt.
Appeared blinking on the display when cancelled.
Are sent to the PC in the “Immediate Sales” register
‘3’ – Cancelled lines:
Are printed on the receipt with the word “CANCELLED”.
Are counted in the number of articles on the receipt.
When cancelled, these are shown as a negative value on
the display.
Are not sent to the PC in the “Immediate Sales” register.
‘4’ – Receipt lines cannot be cancelled
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5.1.3.10. Receipt rounding off [ 3 3 10 ]
This parameter is for activating or deactivating rounding off the total
amount of the receipt. Rounding off is performed on the total
amount after any discount has been applied on the total (where
applicable). The following criteria are used:
PROG
ROUNDING RECE
YES
3 3 10
Amounts that are multiples of 5 cents are left as such.
Other amounts are rounded off to the nearest multiple of 5 cents
3 lines will be shown:
Total (before rounding off)
Rounding off (up or down)
Rounded total
In the case of a secondary currency, only the total after rounding
off will be given.
Possible values for this parameter are:
’NO’ – Without rounding in the receipt
’YES’ – Rounding in the receipt
(To configure the sale of stamps: See sect. 5.3.10. LOYALTY
STAMPS)
At the end of lists 7 and 9 a line is printed to indicate the total sum
of rounding off that has been applied to receipts.
E.x. TOTAL GR. ROUNDING OFF
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5.1.4. Label configuration [ 3 4 ]
This programming allows to define all the parameters related to the
label data and printing
To enter in this menu press MENU for 2 seconds and then 3 4.
MENU
3 4
PROG
CONFIGURA
CONF. LABEL
34
4-7
Press ∗
The access to the submenus it is possible by pressing the key ∗ or
by entering directly the code of the submenu after pressing MENU.
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU
5.1.4.1. One Article [ 3 4 1 ]
It affects the PRINT key when the scale is at normal working
mode. This option enables you to force the status of the key.
PROG
ONE ARTICLE
ALLOWED
341
‘ALLOWED’ – It enables you to work in label mode. (Default
value)
‘DISALLOWED’ – It does not enable you to work in label mode.
‘OBLIGATORY’ – It obliges you to work in label mode.
‘1 ART OBL’ – It obliges you to work in label mode with
accumulation of totals per article. The bar code on the totals
label is the one selected in the set-up menu for printing.
5.1.4.2. Adhesive paper [ 3 4 2 ]
With this parameter you decide on what kind of paper the receipt
and the label are to be printed:
‘0’ - It prints the cash register chit and label on self-adhesive
paper.
‘1’ - It prints the cash register chit on fanfold paper and the
label on self-adhesive paper.
‘2’ - It prints the cash register chit on self-adhesive paper and
the label on fanfold paper.
‘3’ - It prints the cash register chit and label on fanfold paper.
5.1.4.3. Automatic weighing [ 3 4 3 ]
This option allows you to program the scale to work with labels, in
such a way that if there is a fixed article (with the F2 key), when the
weight placed on the dish is stable, a label will be printed.
PROG
AUTOMA WEIGHT
NO
343
‘NO’ – It does not enable automatic weighing.
‘WITH MEM SEL’ – It allows automatic weighing with the
preselection of a memory key.
‘W/O SEL MEM’ – This permits automatic weighing without
preselection of memory key. The machine automatically
assigns this to sales assistant V1 (MASTER) or to the
slave number + 1 (SLAVE).
Example:
If weighing scales number 2 are used, and they are set up as
a slave, when the automatic weighing parameter is set to 2,
the scales will memorise all amounts under sales assistant
V3.
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5.1.4.4. Label per weighing [ 3 4 4 ]
PROG
LABEL PER WEI
SEL X WEIGHING
344
Working in receipt mode, it is allowed to print a label for each
weighing, according to the value its parameter takes. It can have the
following values.
‘NO’ – It enables to print a label for each weighing, apart from
carrying out the information of sales in the receipt.
‘YES’ – A label will be printed for each piece of information stored,
thus allowing you to obtain a receipt of the labels issued since the
last receipt stored in that memory.
‘SEL X WEIGHING’ – Pressing SHIFT and F1 before
selecting a PLU, prints a label of the weighing, in addition stores
it for its subsequent recording on the receipt.
‘YES W/O SCANNER’ – Still in receipt mode, a label will be
issued for each memorisation effected, PROVIDING THAT THE
ARTICLE IS NOT READ BY A SCANNER, and a receipt can be
issued for labels issued, from the last receipt that is saved in this
memory.
5.1.4.5. Centre texts [ 3 4 5 ]
PROG
CENTRE TEXTS
YES
345
With this parameter you can set the scale to automatically centre the
lines of text of the different label formats. Depending on the size of the
label and the length of the lines, the scale may change the size of the
characters of the text so that text fits into one line. The possible values
of this parameter are:
’YES’ – Centre the lines of text.
‘NO’ – The lines of text are NOT centred.
5.1.4.6. Accumulate labels [ 3 4 6 ]
PROG
LABEL ACCUMUL
NO COPY ACC
346
This parameter is for determining whether the labels issued are
accumulated.
‘NO COPY ACC’ – Normal operation: each label is accumulated
in sales totals.
Copies of labels cannot be accumulated in sales totals.
‘NO ACC’ – All labels that are printed are NOT accumulated in
sales. If the client's number appears, it will show 0 and the receipt
number will not increase.
Copies of labels cannot be accumulated in sales totals
‘ACC ALL’ – Normal operation: each label is accumulated in
sales totals.
Copies of labels can be accumulated in sales totals.
5.1.4.7. Print General Text [ 3 4 7 ]
PROG
GENERAL TEXT
NO JUSTIFY
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DIBAL’s 500 Range scale allows the printing on labels of a general
text on each article. This text is programmed after the 10 texts for
each article. It has 1024 characters but the ingredients cannot be
entered by code. Use the F3 and F4 keys to move forward and
backward 20 by 20 characters. It is programmed at section 124 of
label formats and the parameter has the following values:
‘NO JUSTIFY’ – It does not justify the text to the right.
‘JUSTIFY’ – It justifies the text to the right.
‘NO JUSTIF / SEP WORD’ – It does not justify and separates
words.
‘JUSTIF / SEP WORD’ – It justifies and separates words.
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5.1.5. Printing configuration [ 3 5 ]
This programming allows defining all the parameters related to the
printed data (register voucher, copies of ticket, ticket reopening and
payment modes).
To enter in this menu press MENU for 2 seconds and then 3 5.
MENU
3 5
Press ∗
PROG
CONFIGURA
CONF. PRINT
35
5-7
The access to the submenus it is possible by pressing the key ∗ or
by entering directly the code of the submenu after pressing MENU.
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU
5.1.5.1. Voucher [ 3 5 1 ]
PROG
351
0
VOUCHER
With this option the user decides on the need for, and aspect of, a
voucher with the receipt.
Enter one of the following values:
‘0’ – Without voucher.
‘1’ – With voucher and bar code on the receipt (but not in the
voucher)
‘2’ – With voucher and bar code on the voucher and not on
the receipt. (Default value)
‘3’ – With voucher and bar code on the voucher and on the
receipt.
5.1.5.2. Voucher (2) [ 3 5 2 ]
PROG
352
0
VOUCHER [2]
This parameter is used to set up the time, in seconds, the voucher
takes to be printed after the receipt is printed.
Enter one of the following values:
‘0’ – The voucher is printed 10 seconds later, or sooner if you
press ∗ . (If it is printed by the same printer as the receipt).
‘1’ to ‘9’ – The voucher is printed immediately after the receipt,
with a gap in time between both depending on the value
programmed.
5.1.5.3. Receipt Copy [ 3 5 3 ]
PROG
RECEIPT COPY
YES
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‘YES’ -Permits copies of receipts to be made.
‘NO’ -Copies of receipts can NOT be made.
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5.1.5.4. Receipt Reopening [ 3 5 4 ]
PROG
354
0
RECEIPT REOPENING
The 500 model scale affords the possibility to select the
REOPENING of receipt operating mode. (see Section 2.3.8.
Reopen Receipt)
‘0’ – Without reopening
‘1’ – Reopening of receipt, normal operation.
‘X’ – Timed reopening.
If the user sets a value other than ‘1’ or ‘0’, reopening is enabled for
a specific length of time. Once this time has passed the receipt can
no longer be reopened.
Use the table below to configure the reopening time, depending on
the ‘X’ parameter.
Parameter
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Reopening time
1 min.
1 min. 30 sec.
2 min.
2 min 30 sec.
3 min.
3 min. 30sec.
4 min.
Without reopening time limit
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5.1.5.5. Two Pay Mode[ 3 5 5 ]
Dibal’s 500 Range scale allows two forms of payment. (see
Section.2.3.21 Two Pay Mode).
PROG
TWO PAY MODE
NO
355
‘NO’ – One form of payment
‘YES’ – Two forms of payment
5.1.5.6. Barcodes per Section in Voucher [ 3 5 6 ]
The Dibal 500 Range scales permits a voucher to obtain specific
information of the sales by section.
PROG
SECTION BARCODE
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3
‘0’ – Barcodes per section are not printed.
‘1’ – In one receipt the information about all the sections is
printed. In the Voucher is obtained the barcode for each section
of which have been made sales on the receipt.
‘2’ – One receipt and a voucher are printed by section, which
prints the barcode associated with the corresponding section.
‘3’ – A receipt is printed by section (without voucher), which
prints the barcode associated with the corresponding section.
The code of each section is programmable (See sec 6.3
SECTIONS) being by default if there is not asigned another one
2KKNNNNEEEEE.
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5.1.6. Conf. EAN [ 3 6 ]
This programming allows to define all the parameters related to the
barcodes programming and printing
MENU
PROG
CONFIGURA
CONF. EAN
36
6-7
To enter in this menu press MENU for 2 seconds and then 3 6.
Press ∗
The access to the submenus it is possible by pressing the key ∗ or
by entering directly the code of the submenu after pressing MENU.
3 6
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU
5.1.6.1. Receipt Bar Code [ 3 6 1 ]
PROG
BAR CODE - RE
YES – ABS AMOUNT
361
This is to inform the scale if it is to issue a bar code, and when it is
to do so:
‘NO’ – No bar code.
‘YES WITH AMNT ≥ 0’ – Bar code on the receipt when the total
is positive. (Default value)
‘YES IF AMNT ≤ 0’ – Bar code on the receipt always positive. If
the total is negative, a zero shows.
‘YES – ABS AMOUNT’ – Bar code always, with the absolute
value of the amount being written in.
5.1.6.2. Bar code in label [ 3 6 2 ]
PROG
BAR CODE - LA
YES WITH AMMNT ≥ 0
362
This is to inform the scale if it is to issue a bar code, and when it is
to do so:
‘NO’ – No bar codes.
‘YES WITH AMNT ≥ 0’ –Bar code on the receipt when the total
is positive. (Default value)
‘YES IF AMNT ≤ 0’ – Bar code always, with the total value
positive. If the total is negative a zero appears in the field on the
barcode. No bar code.
‘YES – ABS AMOUNT’ – Bar code always, with the absolute
value of the amount being written in
Press ∗ to go to the next parameter
5.1.6.3. Interpret Line [ 3 6 3 ]
PROG
INTERPRET LINE
NO CODEBAR
363
This parameter is for setting up the read-out line of the bar code.
The possible values are:
‘NO CODEBAR’ – If the amount exceeds the limit (999,99 €),
the bar code is not printed on the receipt.
‘INTERPRET LIN’ – If the amount exceeds the limit (999,99 €),
the read-out line is not printed on the receipt, but in the read-out
line will be printed.
Press ∗ to go to next parameter.
When it is working with the default bar code o with bar code
defined by the user, with just 5 positions to indicate the total
amount (Ex. 2AABBBBEEEEE), the maximum amount that can
be show is 999,99.In the case of having more digits, the readout line parameter has effect when it is not possible to show the
amount in the bar code. (Ex having a bar code 2AABBEEEEEE,
it can be shown till 9999,99)
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5.1.6.4. EAN 13 Receipt Format [ 3 6 4 ]
PROG
EAN – 13 RECEIPT
F 80
364
With this parameter you can determine if the bar code is to be
printed on both the receipt and the label:
‘DEFAULT’ – Format by default of the bar code. (Default value)
‘F 80’ – Special format in receipt mode.
Here the overall EAN13 bar code is defined for the receipt. It is
called the special bar code.
The numbers are symbolized directly on the bar code, and the
meaning of the different letters is shown in Table 5.2
Press ∗ to go to next parameter.
5.1.6.5. EAN 13 Receipt [ 3 6 5 ]
PROG
EAN 13 RECEIPT
20BBBBBEEEEE
365
Here the overall EAN13 bar code global is defined for the receipt
(special bar code).
The numbers are symbolized directly on the bar code, and the
meaning of the different letters is shown in Table 5.2.
Press ∗ to go to next parameter.
5.1.6.6. EAN 13 Label Format [ 3 6 6 ]
With this parameter you can determine if the bar code is to be
printed on both the receipt and the label:
PROG
EAN – 13 LABEL
SECTION
366
‘DEFAULT’ -Format by default of the bar code. (Default value)
‘F 81’ -Special format in label mode.
‘FORMAT ARTICLE’ -Special format in the field FTO EAN for
the article.
‘ARTICLE’ -Special format in the field EAN for the article.
‘SECTION’ -in the field EAN for the section
Default formats are automatically generated by the scale while the
special formats are those defined by the user in configuration
parameters (EAN 13 LABEL).
The configuration parameter EAN 13 Label is the special bar code
that is printed in the label. It is an alphanumeric text with 12
positions. They must be programmed like the text for headers and
the name of the article. The numbers are symbolized directly on the
bar code, and the meaning of the different letters is shown Table
5.2 below. The default bar code for the receipt and label is:
‘2AABBBBEEEEE’
Press ∗ to go to the next parameter
Code
A
B
C
D
Representation
on the bar code
Code
F
Group number
Customer number
Article code
Employee code
Total sum of the
receipt
Sign of the amount
G
Number of articles
H
Weight
E
I
K
N
Q
R or T
Y
Table 5.2
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Representation
on the bar code
VAT rate
Section
Receipt Number
Control Check
Weight
with
2
decimal
Price (in scanner)
Total
secondary
currency
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5.1.6.7. EAN 13 Label [ 3 6 7 ]
PROG
EAN 13 LABEL
_
367
Here the overall EAN13 bar code global is defined for the label
(special bar code).
The numbers are symbolized directly on the bar code, and the
meaning of the different letters is shown in Table 5.2.
Press ∗ in order to go to the next parameter.
5.1.6.8. EAN 128 Format[ 3 6 8 ]
This parameter allows you to control EAN 128 Format:
‘0’ – General use.
‘1’ – Section use.
5.1.6.9. Scanner Sales Mode [ 3 6 9 ]
PROG
SCANNER SOLD
NO
369
This option allows making a direct sale of read articles with
scanner, when the scale is working in receipt mode.
The possible values are:
'NO' – It is not possible to make direct sale of the read articles
with scanner.
‘WITH MEM SEL’ – It is possible to make direct sale of the
read articles with scanner. In the first sale of scanner read
products the vendor must be selected.
‘W/O SEL MEM’ – It is possible to make direct sale of the
read articles with scanner. The scale assigns automatically
the vendor for the scanner read articles ( V1 in master and
Slave number +1 in slaves)
Press ∗ to go to the next parameter.
Once the first saving has been done and the memory indicated on the
display, all the savings done using the scanner will affect to that memory.
It is no possible selling working in other memory. When the receipt has
been taken away, you can save over other memory.
5.1.6.10. EAN 128 Reading [ 3 6 10 ]
PROG
128 REDING
NO
3 6 10
This parameter determines if the scanner reads EAN 128 format or
other formats (EAN 13 y EAN 8). The EAN 128 reading is only valid
for MASTER scales.
‘NO‘ – This option does not allow to the scale the reading of
EAN 128 via scanner.
‘YES’ – This option allows to the scale the reading of EAN 128
via scanner.
Press ∗ to go to the next parameter.
5.1.6.11. Substitution Letters Prepack Reading
[ 3 6 11 ]
‘NO’ – Does not allow the direct reading using the scanner of
FIX WEIGHT or FIX AMOUNT.
‘YES’ – Allows the direct reading using the scanner of FIX
WEIGHT or FIX AMOUNT.
PROG
SUSTIT LETTERS
NO
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5.1.7. Configuration. Others [ 3 7 ]
This programming allows defining other operative the parameters
related to the barcodes programming and printing
MENU
PROG
CONFIGURA
CONF. OTHER
37
7-7
3 7
To enter in this menu press MENU for 2 seconds and then 3 7.
Press ∗
The access to the submenus it is possible by pressing the key ∗ or
by entering directly the code of the submenu after pressing MENU.
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU
5.1.7.1. Units x 1000 [ 3 7 1 ]
PROG
UNITS X 1000
NO
371
Here you decide whether in accumulative lists, the weight totals are
printed in grams or kilograms.
‘NO’ – It accumulates unit sales in grams. (Default value)
‘YES’ – It accumulates unit sales in kilograms.
5.1.7.2. Code Numbers [ 3 7 2 ]
PROG
372
0
CODE NUMBERS
You decide how many digits you must enter to seek an article in the
scale at normal working mode. The maximum length an article code
may have is 5 digits.
‘0’ – The 6 figures of the article code are used.
‘1’ to ‘6’ – As many figures as in the programmed number are
used.
5.1.7.3. Best Before [ 3 7 3 ]
PROG
BEST BEFORE
ONLY PLU
373
The printing mode of the sell by date is established by setting the
values of this parameter:
‘ONLY PLU’ – It does not enable an overall sell by date to be
printed (F5). The sell by date of each PLU will be printed.
‘YES - GLOB PREVAIL’ – Permits programming of global
expiry date (F5) and global expiry date prevails.
‘ANY’ – It disables the printing of any type of sell by.
‘SI-PLU PREVAIL’ – Permits programming of global expiry date
F5) and the article expiry date prevails.
5.1.7.4. Advertising [ 3 7 4 ]
PROG
ADVERTISING
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Advertising messages can be displayed automatically on the
purchaser’s display, and, depending on the option chosen, on the
sales assistant’s display as well, if a certain length of time has
passed since the last operation was made with the scale and no
weight has been placed on the dish. The value of the parameter to
be configured here is:
‘0’ – It does not show advertising text.
‘1’ – Advertising on display in 10 seconds.
‘2’ – Advertising on display in 20 seconds.
‘3’ – Advertising on display in 30 seconds.
‘4’ – Advertising on display in 40 seconds.
‘5’ – Advertising on display in 50 seconds.
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5.1.7.5. Draw Control [ 3 7 5 ]
PROG
DRAW CONTROL
CONTROL OFF
375
This parameter allows you to enable or disable the cash drawer
check.
‘CONTROL OFF’ – Cash drawer check is disabled.
‘CONTROL ON’ – Cash drawer check is enabled.
‘DETECT ON’ – Draw control detector enabled
5.1.7.6. Increase/Decrease price [ 3 7 6 ]
It allows you to enable the operation for increasing or decreasing
the price. The possible values are:
‘NO’ – Disabled increase or decrease in price
‘YES’ – Enabled increase or decrease in the price
PROG
PRICE INCREAS
NO
376
PROG
AUTOMATIC MODE
MANUAL
377
5.1.7.7. Automatic Mode [ 3 7 7 ]
There are two possible values:
‘MANUAL’ – Manual Operation
Every time an article with traceability is sold, the display shows
the article and product to which it is associated, and the
possibility is offered to change this association through the
association menu.
‘AUTOMATIC’ – Automatic Operation
Every time an article with traceability is sold, the sale is applied
to the last product belonging to the associated article. It is also
permitted to enter the product /article association menu
manually through a combination of keys.
Whatever the working mode, it can be accessed to the product
association menu with articles by pressing SHIFT +, once selected the
traceability article.
In this association menu, it is shown in the display the code and the
article denomination, the fast identification of the product and the
identification number of the product.
The keys + - look for the next and the previous value of the
programmed scale. In addition the alphanumeric keypad can be used to
introduce the number of the wish product. To save the association press ∗ .
When a sale is done, if it is in manual mode and an article with
traceability has been selected, pressing assistant’s key, it will
change to this menu, and when ∗ key is pressed to validate the
association, the sale will happen.
If any other key is pressed, the sale of the original article will be
done, as associated article to that sale. No new association
between article and product will be recorded
5.1.7.8. Code timeout [ 3 7 8 ]
PROG
CODE TIMEOUT
1.5 SEC
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It is not necessary to enter all the digits of an article code in order to
select it.
The timer is activated each time a key is pressed while an article
code is being entered.
After the time has gone past, as entered for this parameter, the
article is shown with the code as far as it has been entered.
Possible values are:
‘NO’ – Timer not activate. Operation as normal.
‘0.5 SEC’ – 0.5 seconds.
‘1 SEC’ – 1 seconds.
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PROG
MEMO AMNT ZER
NO
379
PROG
MEMO WEIGHT 2
NO
3 7 10
‘1.5 SEC’ – 1.5 seconds.
‘2 SEC’ – 2 seconds.
‘2.5 SEC’ – 2.5 seconds.
'3 SEC’ – 3 seconds.
'AUTO SEARCH’ – Constantly active time schedule.
5.1.7.9. Memo Zero Amount [ 3 7 9 ]
‘NO’ – Does not Allow to memorise with Amount Zero
‘YES’ – Allows to memorise with Amount Zero
PROG
HEADERS LIN L
NO
5.1.7.10. Memo Zero Weight [ 3 7 10 ]
3 7 11
‘NO’ – Does not Allow to memorise with Weight Zero
‘YES’ – Allows to memorise with Weight Zero
5.1.7.11. Headers Lines in Lists [ 3 7 11 ]
PROG
3 7 12
1
SCAN LOAD CLASS
‘NO’ – Prints heading lines in the Lists
‘YES’ – Does not print the heading lines on the Lists
Lists drawn up through this parameter may or may not print the
headings. The header lines printed are numbers 12, 13, 14, 15 from
the receipt format in operation, regardless of the programmed
status. If these lines are programmed in the DO NOT PRINT mode,
they will not appear in te receipt but they will in the lists. They will be
printed in the mode, frame and letters that have been programmed.
5.1.7.12. Scan Load Class [ 3 7 12 ]
This parameter is used to set the type to be assigned to a product
when it is registered to be read in a barcode. The values can be
between 1 and 10 (1 by default).
PROG
STOCK CONTROL
NO CONTROL
5.1.7.13. Stock Control [ 3 7 13 ]
3 7 13
Once programmed the stock of the articles, as they are making the
sales, the will be deducted from the current stock.
Thus, you have updated the scale database with the real stock in
the shop.
It will discount the stock weight sold of the weight articles and the
units listed in the stock of the unit-type articles.
Adjusting the settings in the MENU 3 7 13. Is possible to
configure which are the sales subtract from the stock:
‘NO CONTROL’: Without stock control.
‘IN TICKET’: Only the tickets subtract the stock.
‘IN TCK & LABL’: The tickets and the labels subtract stock.
‘IN LABELS’: Only the labels subtract the stock.
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5.1.8. Conf. Display [ 3 8 ]
See annex for blue graphic display.
5.1.8.1. Display Standby [ 3 8 1 ]
5.1.8.2. Logo initialization [ 3 8 2 ]
5.1.8.3. Display load [ 3 8 3 ]
5.1.8.4. Clock section logo [ 3 8 4 ]
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6. TEXTS [ 4 ]
This programming allows defining all the programmable texts of the
scale.
MENU 4
PROG
∗
TEXTS
4
4-9
To enter in this menu press MENU for 2 seconds and then 4
Press ∗ to save.
The access to the submenus it is possible by pressing the key ∗ or
by entering directly the code of the submenu after pressing MENU.
∗
MENU
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
F2
F1
Select option 1 headers.
You can also select an option directly typing your code with the
keypad, then pressing MENU (2 seconds) 4. In this case MENU (2
seconds) 4 1.
To exit Configuration programming, press MENU.
In configuring texts, part 4, will show the programming access code
directory by typing the following parameter MENU (2 seconds).
6.1.
HEADING LINES (FREE TEXT IN LABEL) [ 4 1
]
These lines can be printed on labels. Up to 15 header lines of up to
52 characters long can be stored, depending on the size of the
letter selected for printing.
MENU
PROG
TEXTS
HEADING LINES
41
1-5
1. To access this configuration, press MENU and then code 4 1
2. Use the numeric keyboard to type in the number of the line to
be programmed and then press X.
4 1
X
To program header lines:
3. Enter the text:
PROG HEAD
TYPE STD
1
For example: John’s Bakery.
Press ∗ to store the line.
∗
PROG HEAD
TYPE
2x2
MENU
2
A sample of all the programmed heading lines is printed by
pressing PRINT
To print these texts in the label, 145 section must be programmed,
by selecting “X”, “Y”, “Rotation” and “Typography”. Lastly, the text
number.
To quit programming press MENU and return to working mode.
A series of special characters can be inserted in any text of the
article and free text for the label. They allow you to modify some
parameters during printing.
Control characters are inserted in any part of the text by pressing
F5.
Then insert the special character code and press ∗ to save.
To disable the mode, press F5 again.
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The control character codes are as follows:
-
9: Do not centre
the text.
-
9: Link together
when placed anywhere in the text
except for the first position.
-
10: New line
when placed in the first position of
Anywhere in the text.
6.2.
ADVERTISING TEXTS [ 4 2 ]
If the number of seconds programmed in configuration parameter
Advertising (See the section 5.1.7.4. Advertising) have passed since
the scale last operated and if there is no weight on the dish, then the
scale will start to display ADVERTISING on both displays.
The scale will continue to emit advertising until a weight is placed on
the plate or a key is pressed.
There are four lines of 120 characters each, to enter the text of the
advertise you want.
To program the advertisement texts:
1. To enter programming mode, press MENU (2 seconds) and then
the code 4 2
MENU
4 2
LINE
RYTO
3
X
5
X
X
D I B A L
◊
∗
1
LINE
RYTO
3
LINE
RYT5
3
2. Enter the line number ( 1 to 4 ) and press X
3. Enter the speed of change of the message as a value between 1
and 9 (1 =slow, 9= fast). 0 means non showing the line. And
press X.
4. Enter the text according to the defined line of the previous
paragraph.
To make a preview of the line under edition press ◊ .
LINE
RYT5
3
DIBAL
Press ∗ to record the line.
Press MENU to exit from the programming menu.
MENU
DIBAL
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6.3.
SECTIONS [ 4 3 ]
This parameter allows programming the section names and the
barcode format for each section.
The names of 100 sections, as well as logo a barcode format EAN13 / EAN-128.
MENU
4 3
PROG SECTION
n=
0
To access to the setting up, press MENU (2 seconds) and then
code 4 3
6.3.1. Section names
The section names with a maximum of 20 characters are
programmed. The process is as follows.
1 ∗
PROG SECTION
n=
1
_
∗
1.
Enter the section number and press ∗
2
Enter the name of the section, a maximum of 20 characters.
3. Press ∗
4.
Select the section logo. To do this press + to view the logo.
To quit programming press F4 and return to working mode.
5. Press ∗ to record and pass to next section.
Press MENU to exit from the programming menu.
∗
6.3.2. Ean13 per Section
MENU
1.
Introduce the EAN-13 code format associated to the section
as the Table 6.2 shown below
Code
PROG EAN 13
n=
0
MENU
4 3 2
DESCRIPTION
Code
DESCRIPTION
A
Group number
G
Nº of articles
B
Customer number
H
Weight
C
Article code
I
VAT rate
D
Employee code
K
Section
E
Total amount of receipt.
L
Manufacturer’s code
F
Sign of amount
Q
Control check
Table 6.2
2.
Press ∗ to enter the Ean128 format associated to the section.
6.3.3. EAN128 Per section
MENU
4 3
SECC
n=
_
0
EAN 128
N
1. Editing the EAN128 of the section.
2. See EAN/CODE 128 appendix.
∗
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6.4.
PAYMENT MODE
MENU
4 4
6
X
PAYMENT MODE
SHORT NAME
_ 6
6
N
PAYMENT MODE
LONG NAMEE
6
6
N
∗
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The 500 Range scales permit the payment mode 6 to 9 to be
programmed, and printed on the receipt when the corresponding
form of payment is selected.
To programme payment mode:
1.Press MENU (2 seconds) and 4 4.
2.Select the form of payment to be programmed with the number
keys.
3.Introduce a short description and press X to edit the form of
payment name.
4.Introduce a long description and press X to edit the form of
payment name.
5.Press ∗ to save the name.
[ 0 ] – FIXED
LONG NAME
[ 5 ] – FIXED
OTHER
[ 1 ] – FIXED
CASH
[ 6 ] – SHORT NAME N _ 6
[ 2 ] – FIXED
CHEQUE
[ 7 ] – SHORT NAME N _ 7
[ 3 ] – FIXED
CREDIT
[ 8 ] – SHORT NAME N _ 8
[ 4 ] – FIXED
ACCOUNT
[ 9 ] – SHORT NAME N _ 9
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6.5.
TRACEABILITY [ 4 5 ]
Articles that are defined with traceability belong to a class or type,
such as meat, fish, fruit…
A general text table has to be created for these classes in order to
define the text that is common to each class. For example,
slaughtered in:, caught in: produced in…
Every master scales have a table with 200 text lines, which will be
referred to as a text table, with lines of different lengths up to 32.
The properties or characteristics of the article are then entered,
and up to 20 text lines can be added with different characteristics
The process to programme texts and animals with general
traceability is as follows:
Press MENU (2 seconds).
In programming mode, the selected option is shown in black. Use
F2 and F1 respectively to go up and down through the menu
options.
Select option 4 Texts. Press ∗ and in this menu select option 5
Traceability. Press ∗
To exit the programming mode press MENU (2 seconds)
6.5.1. Definition of PLU Class
MENU 1
F2
C 000002
CLASS
0
Program the PLU fields pressing on MENU 1 (See 3.1.1
Creating/ Modifying a PLU). For example, choose the PLU 2 and
press X or F2 until you find the field CLASS.
1.
C 000002
CLASS
1
Class: We define if the article has or not traceability.
Class = 0: Article without traceability. Press ∗ to end PLU
programming.
Class ≠ 0: Traceability. The class to which the PLU
belongs is assigned here. There are 10 different classes.
1
Select the class 1
X
Press the key X or F2 in order to go on with the programming:
C 000002
IDN
NOM CHORIZO
C 000002
2
ARTIC RECORDED
∗
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IDN: Introducing in the keypad the Identification Number
Product (IDN), as a number with a range from 1 to 99.
Enter the Identification Number Product with the numeric
keyboard. For example 2.
3.
Press ∗ to memorise the article with traceability, which has
already programmed.
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6.5.2. Product programming [ 4 5 1 ]
The following
characteristics:
keys
are
useful
in
programming
product
X
Change field and record
C
Delete the character that is being edited.
+
Move the cursor forwards.
−
Move the cursor backwards.
◊
Delete a previously recorded product. The scales will
request confirmation. If you wish to delete it press ∗ , again,
and if you do not wish to delete it, press C.
PRINT
Print programmed texts
∗
Record product set-up.
To define the product characteristics, proceed as follows:
MENU
4 5 1
IDN
2
X
IDN
CLASS
2
--
1
X
IDN
CLASS
2
1
--
1. From the Traceability programming position, MENU (2
seconds) 4 5 1.
IDN
N. IDENTIFICATION
ES12345678
2
M
F2
X
3. Define the class (1-10) to which it belongs and press X again.
4. Then program the TEXTS (answers) associated with the
Table of Text (questions) from 1 to 20 *. Use the X button to
change from line of text to next line.
X
X
2. Enter the IDN, product, (1-99), defined by the keypad for
example 2 and press X.
IDN
2
SLAUGHTERING HOUSE NUMBER M
12345678
∗
PRINT
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to be changing the next field edited in the section 6.5.3. Table
of Text programming.
6. To pass to text of lines press F2.
7. Program the field SLAUGHTERING HOUSE NUMBER.
Press X to go to the next field.
8. To exit and record press ∗
9. Press PRINT key to print the introduced text lines.
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6.5.3. Table of texts Programming [ 4 5 2 ]
The following keys are useful in programming the table of text:
X
Change field and record
C
Delete the character that is being edited.
+
Move the cursor forwards.
−
Move the cursor backwards.
◊
Delete a previously recorded product. The scales will
request confirmation. If you wish to delete it press ∗ , again,
and if you do not wish to delete it, press C.
PRINT
Print programmed texts
∗
Record product set-up.
The text table is defined below, and it also can be used as a
legend to define the article characteristics.
MENU
4 5 2
CLASS
--
X
CLASS
Lin Text
--
F2
1. From the Traceability programming position, MENU (2
seconds) 4 5 2
2. Enter the class (1-10), for example, press 1 and press X
3. To pass from line of text (questions) press the key F2
CLASS
Lin Text
-1M
CLASS
Lin Text
DATE OF PRODUCTION:
-1M
1
X
X
4. Enter the number of line that we want to define with the
keypad. For example, press 1 to define the first line and then
press X
5. Write the text (SLAUGHTERING HOUSE NUMBER,
COUNTRY OF SLAUGHTER, QUARTERING NUMBER,
Country, DATE OF PRODUCTION …) Move through the text
by pressing + and − . The press the key X to recorded and
move to the next text of line.
Some characters as for example : &, :,´,`,¨, etc they won’t
be visualize in display (alphanumeric) although it will be
printed.
N. Identification: It is a compulsory field and it is given by
default. That is why there is no need to create.
∗
CLASS
PRINT
RECORDED
--
6. To exit and record press ∗
7. Press the key PRINT in order to print the entered lines of text.
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6.5.4. Example
6.5.4.1. . PLU with beef type traceability
Here a PLU with traceability will be defined. In this case the item
belongs to the beef-type class.
The class refers to the fact that the PLU belongs to a certain class
such as beef, fish, fruit, etc.
The 500 Range scales allow 2* different classes, we define the
PLU in class one.
Initially, when the PLU is being defined, the scales must be
informed that the item has traceability (See sect. 3.1.1.
Creating/modifying a PLU). Since this PLU is a BEEF-type, the
IDN refers to an animal with certain characteristics, such as
country of origin, age, breed, etc.
Then the text to be used as the legend should be entered, in order
to determine the characteristics of the item.
Press MENU 4 5 2 and the key 1 (class) and to record and
pass the next line X .
For example, the following fields will be used to define the PLU:
♦ Text 1:
Number:
Slaughter
House
♦ Text
8:
Fattening:
Country
of
♦ Text 2: Country of Slaughtering: ♦ Text 9: Category:
♦ Text 3: Quartering Number:
♦ Text 10: Breed:
♦ Text 4: Country of Quartering:
♦ Text 11: Sex:
♦ Text 5: Country of Production:
♦ Text 12: Age:
♦ Text 6: Production Date:
♦ Text 13: Type of Animal:
♦ Text 7: Country of Birth:
♦ Text 14: Slaughtered in:
These texts are entered in accordance with par. 6.5.3. Table of
Texts Programming.
Press PRINT to print the receipt to see the texts that have been
entered. The above example would be as follows:
Text entered by the
user.
Indicate the position of
the table of text.
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Enter the characteristics of the PLU we are programming such as
IDN, product, (1-20*), defined by the keypad for example 2 and
press X. We have continue programming sections in the point
6.5.2 Products programming, having into account that:
1.
Then program the TEXTS (answers) associated with the
Table of Text (questions) from 1 to 20 *. Use the X button
to change from line of text to next line.
N. Identification: It is a compulsory field and the first one it
appears, before the text of lines.
Programme the N. Identification (Given by default). Press X
to be changing the next field edited in the section 6.5.3.
Table of Text programming.
IDN
N. IDENTIFICATION
ES12345678
2
M
Program the field SLAUGHTERING HOUSE NUMBER.
Press X to go to the next field.
IDN
2
SLAUGHTERING HOUSE NUMBER. M
12345678
Programme the COUNTRY OF SLAUGHTER. Press X to
proceed to the next field.
IDN
COUNTRY OF SLAUGHTE
ESPAÑA
Programme the QUARTERING NUMBER. Press X to
proceed to the next field.
IDN
QUARTERING NUM.
135849
IDN
COUNTRY OF QUARTERING
ESTONIA
2
M
2
M
Programme the COUNTRY OF QUARTERING. Press X to
proceed to the next field.
Do the same with the rest of the parameters.
2
M
∗
To exit and record press ∗ to memorised the article with
traceability, which has already programmed
Press PRINT to print the product. And MENU to exit.
♦ N. Identification*: ES1234546
PRINT
♦ Country of Fattening1: Spain
♦ Slaughter House Number: 654321 ♦ Category: 345
♦ Country of Slaughtering: Spain
♦ Breed: Not specified
♦ Quartering Number 1: 123321
♦ Sex: Female
♦ Country of Quartering 1: Spain
♦ Age: 3 years
♦ Country of Production: Spain
♦ Type of Animal: Veal
♦ Production Date: 15/04/200
♦ Slaughtered in: Spain
♦ Country of Birth: Spain
* N. Identification: Compulsory parameter, it is note necessary to edit
because the scale has it as default.
We can introduce 20 lines of text that is available for each product
(See section. 6.5.2. Products Programming).
When you press PRINT we have:
Compulsory Text.
Text entered by the
user.
Table of text.
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6.5.4.2. PLU with fish type traceability
Here is an example of how to define a PLU with fish-type
traceability, assuming that the beef-type class has already been
defined. The PLU to be programmed will therefore be entered in
class two*. The IDN refers to the fish to which the PLU belongs,
for example IDN = 3, (See sect. 6.5.1 . Definition of PLU Class).
* Only certain models.
Since no lines have been deleted, the class 1 will be occupied.
We have to define the new lines of text, all except N. Identification
that is given by default (See sect. 6.5.3 Table of Text
Programming) will have to be defined for this PLU:
• Text 1: Commercial name
• Text 2: Origin:
• Text 3: Size
• Text 4: Category:
• Text 5: Form obtained:
• Text 6: Form of presentation:
Press PRINT to obtain the following table:
Text entered by
the user.
Indicate the position of
the text in the table.
To define the PLU use the lines of text (see section 6.5.2.
Products Programming):
• N. Identification: FAO12345
TEXT 1: Hake
TEXT 2: Spain
TEXT 3: 1 - 2 KG
TEXT 4: Extra
TEXT 5: Aquaculture
TEXT 6: Fillets
Press PRINT.
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6.6.
SHORT MESSAGES [ 4 6 ]
6.6.1.
Messages to scale
Select texts, short messages in the menu
Select the store and the corresponding scale, write your message
and click on Send:
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6.6.2.
Read messages [ 4 6 1 ]
Pressing MENU 4 6 1 messages appear on the screen.
The following screen will display that the message has been read:
6.6.3.
Delete messages [ 4 6 2 ]
Pressing MENU 4 6 1 messages are deleted.
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6.7.
RECEIPTS [ 4 7 ]
The 500 Range offers the possibility of programming up to 50
receipts for articles.
6.7.1. Receipt title [ 4 7 1 ]
Press MENU 4 7 1 to access programming of receipt title.
a) Mode, the title printing mode can be:
MODE
DESCRIPTION
[0]
Do not print
[1]
Normal
[2]
Inverse
[3]
Heavy shade
[4]
Light shade
[5]
Underlined
[6]
Framed
[7]
Crossed out
b) Type of font, Font types can be:
FONT NUMBER
FONT
[0]
12 x 17
[1]
16 x 28
[2]
16 x 32
[3]
9 x 14
[4]
6x9
MAGNIFICATION NUMBER
MAGNIFICATION
[0]
[1]
Width x 1, Height x 1
[2]
Width x 3, Height x 3
[3]
Width x 4, Height x 4
[4]
Width x 5, Height x 5
[5]
Width x 1, Height x 2
[6]
Width x 2, Height x 1
[7]
Width x 2, Height x 3
[8]
Width x 3, Height x 2
c) Magnification
Width x 2, Height x 2
[9]
Width x 4, Height x 3
[ 10 ]
Width x 3, Height x 4
[ 11 ]
Width x 5, Height x 4
[ 12 ]
Width x 4, Height x 5
d) Text
The number of characters of the title depends on the type of font
and magnification programmed. The maximum size is 50
characters.
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6.7.2. Receipt logo [ 4 7 2 ]
Press MENU 4 7 2 to access programming of receipt logo.
a) Mode:
MODE
DESCRIPTION
[0]
[1]
Do not print
[2]
Inverse
[3]
Heavy shade
[4]
Light shade
Normal
b) Number
You can program a logo number from 1 to 200. These logo
numbers correspond to the scale printing logos.
c) Rotation
ROTATION NUMBER
ROTATION
[0]
[1]
90º
[2]
180º
[3]
270º
0º
6.7.3. RECEIPT LINES [ 4 7 3 ]
The programmable fields in the receipt line are the same as in the
title and will be the same for all the receipt lines.
Each receipt has 39 lines for receipt text.
6.8.
NUTRITIONAL FACTORS [ 4.8 ]
A total of 14 nutrition questions have been defined.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Nutritional information.
Energy content.
Fats.
Saturated fatty acids.
Carbohydrates.
Sugars.
Proteins.
Salt.
Food fibre.
Vitamin A.
Vitamin C.
Calcium.
Iron.
Vitamin.
Each question has 40 characters and can be edited directly by the
user in this section of the menu.
These questions are global for all the products and have
associated answers in each of the item’s nutrition text.
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6.8.1. Nutrition answers
The nutrition answers are based on 14 texts of varying length, so
that:
• The first and second text have 30 characters
• The following twelve texts have 15 characters.
The nutritional information is editable in the product data sheet,
after the: Alter price field.
You can edit the product’s nutrition text so that, with the use of the
tabulator character, the text will be printed in 2 columns in the
nutrition table. To divide the information into these columns, edit
the part of the first column, then enter the tabulator character (15),
and, lastly, all the information corresponding to the second
column.
Enter TEST mode in the configuration menu of the components of
the product data sheet (0791) to set display of nutrition text in the
product data sheet.
6.8.2. Communications
Use the NP and NR registers to send the texts making up the
questions from the PC to the scale as well as the nutritional texts
accompanying the article.
NP Register associated with nutritional questions
Field
Code
Group
Question Number
Length of question
Question
Free
Bytes
2 (NP)
2
3
3
100
18
The length is currently set at 40 characters in the device but up a
maximum of 100 are allowed.
NR register associated with nutritional questions
Field
Code
Group
Item code
Question Number
Length of question
Answer
Free
Bytes
2 (NR)
2
6
3
3
100
12
The texts currently have variable lengths but the length is
incorporated into the message which allows them to be variable in
the future.
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6.8.3. Printing on label:
There is a series of label fields to enable the printing of nutritional
information:
• Separate nutrition fields:
Fields 243 and 244. These must include the number of the text to
which they refer in the “text number” register (Width).
As has been pointed out, Field 243 is associated with the Nutrition
Question. Use the width field to specify which of the 12 possible
questions is mentioned.
Field 244 is associated with the Nutritional information on the
product, and, as in the previous field, the width field is used to
indicate which of the 12 possible nutrition texts in the product data
sheet is to be printed.
• Complete nutrition table:
Field 245 is a table with the nutrition texts.
When this field is programmed, a table with the product’s
nutritional data will be printed on the label.
The nutrition table will have as many lines as those of the
product’s nutrition answers. The scale seeks the information on
the current product if it has nutrition text. Wherever there is text
(blank spaces are considered text), it will print both the global
associated question and the answer text in the product data
sheet, and the information will be automatically tabulated.
g
Proteins 54
Energy 2565 kcal
The nutrition table is defined with its initial X and Y coordinates,
rotation, the letter type in which the data will be printed and the
width of the same.
Depending on the width of the table and the letter type used, a
maximum number of characters will be printed per line.
If the information of a line is greater than the maximum number of
characters, it will not be printed.
If the answer is divided into 2 columns, in the event that all the
information does not fit, the question is printed and the second
column (the second one not being printed).
6.8.4. Communications Master-Slaves:
Interconnection registers have been implemented so that the
nutritional information is available in the Master-Slave network.
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7. COMUNICATI
ONS [ 5 ]
The DIBAL 500 Range scale was designed to work alone or s
part of a network of MASTER and SLAVE scales.
If operating alone, the scale must be set up as MASTER. (Follow
the steps shown below to obtain this configuration)
If the scale is set up as master, it may also be connected to a
computer (which will enable it to be programmed and managed at
greater speed and reliability as well at a distance from the scale
itself by means of a modem), and it may also create a scale
network.
A NETWORK of 500 RANGE scales can be made up of 1
MASTERS and 15 SLAVES depending on each master.
Within a network of scales, each MASTER scale is assigned a
number (any number between 00 and 99, for example you can
speak of master scale 02) which is known as its address: each
master scale will have one address within the network, i.e., it will
be clearly addressed. Consequently, there cannot be two or more
scales with the same address.
Each of the master scales can be connected to up to 15 scales
set up as slaves. A slave scale will be assigned an address which
will be a number between 1 and 15.
The slave scale whose address is 01 is called the SUBMASTER,
as it automatically loads a safety copy of all the data programmed
to the master scale on which it depends.
For SAFETY reasons, THERE MUST BE A SLAVE SCALE
01 IN ALL SLAVE SUBNETWORKS: in the case of
breakdown of the master scale, by merely CHANGING THE
SUBMASTER SCALE TO MASTER you can go on working
without the loss of any data.
To communicate with the computer, the group must be defined.
(Parameter 711) A group is a set of master scales.
Communication between the computer and the scales takes place
by means of groups of scales and master addresses.
To send data from the computer to the scales as well as from the
scales to the computer, you need to know which group and which
master you must address. This is important when setting up the
scale network and the computer program.
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7.1.
PROG
5.1
5-9
COMUNICATIONS
MENU
5 1 2
If ETHERNET TCP/IP communication is to be used, the next step
is programming ETHERNET COMMUNICATION.
7.1.1. Configure the Scale’s IP Address [ 5 1
1]
MENU
5 1 1
∗
MENU
ETHERNET COMMUNICATION PARAMETER
[51]
PROG
010 001 002 155
SCALE IP ADDRESS
1.
Access to the configuration of scale’s IP address by pressing
the MENU (2 seconds) 5 1 1 keys.
2.
Enter the IP address in groups of three characters. Press X
after the third character. E.g.: 010. X 001. X 002. X 155
3.
Press ∗ to save.
4.
Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
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7.1.2. Configure the PC’s IP Address [ 5 1 2 ]
PROG
010 001 002 154
PC IP ADDRESS
512
∗
MENU
1.
Access to the configuration of PC’s IP address by pressing
the MENU (2 seconds) 5 1 2 keys.
2.
Enter the IP address of the PC to which the scale is to be
connected in groups of three characters. Press X after the
third character. E.g.: 010. X 001. X 002. X 154
3.
Press ∗ to save.
4.
Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
7.1.3. Equipment Number [ 5 1 3 ]
MENU
5 1 3
PROG
513
0
1.
Access to the number of equipment by pressing the MENU
(2 seconds) 5 1 3
2.
Program the equipment number, with a number between 00
and 99.
3.
Press ∗ to save.
4.
Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
EQUIPMENT NUMBER
∗
MENU
MENU
5 1 4
∗
MENU
7.1.4. Configure the TCP TX Port [ 5 1 4 ]
PROG
514
3001
TCP TX PORT
1. Access to the configuration of the TX port by pressing the
MENU (2 seconds) 5 1 4
2. Program Tx TCP port=3001 (always)
3. Press ∗ to save.
4.
MENU
5 1 5
∗
MENU
PROG
TCP RX PORT
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3000
Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
7.1.5. Configure the TCP RX Port [ 5 1 5 ]
1.
Access to the configuration of the RX port by pressing the
MENU (2 seconds) 5 1 5
2.
Program Rx TCP port=3000 (always)
3.
Press ∗ to save.
4.
Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
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7.1.6. MAC Address [ 5 1 6 ]
MENU
5 1 6
Display the scale’s MAC address.
1
Access to the MAC Configuration by pressing the MENU (2
seconds) 5 1 6 keys.
PROG
516
01 10 01 00 12 15
MAC ADDRESS
∗
MENU
2
3
Enter the password. Consult the Technical Service.
Enter the MAC address in groups of two characters, pressing
X alter the second character. E.g.: 01 X 10 X 01 X 00 X 12 X 15
4
Press ∗ to save.
5
Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
7.1.7. Subnetwork Mask [ 5 1 7 ]
This sets up the subnetwork mask.
MENU
5 1 7
PROG
255 255 000 000
SUBNET MASK
517
∗
MENU
1. Enter master-slave set-up by pressing MENU (2 seconds) 5
1 7.
2. Enter the subnetwork mask progressing through three by three
characters, and press X after the third character. Eg: 255. X
000. X 000. X 000
3. Press ∗ to save.
4. Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
7.1.8. Gateway Address [ 5 1 8 ]
This sets up the gateway address.
MENU
5 1 8
1.
PROG
255 255 255 255
GATEWAY IP ADDRESS
518
∗
MENU
2.
3.
4.
Enter master-slave set-up by pressing MENU (2 seconds) 5
1 8.
Enter the subnetwork mask progressing through three by
three characters, and press X after the third character. Eg:
255.X 255.X 255.X 255.
Press ∗ to save.
Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
7.2.
500 Range scales can communicate at 8 bits without parity. You
only can program the speed of de communication between scale
and scanner. This parameter is measure in (Bd).
1. Make sure the scale is a MASTER.
MENU
5 2
2. Press the MENU (2 seconds) 5 2 keys.
1
C
∗
MENU
RS-232 COMMUNICATION PARAMETER [ 5
2]
PROG
BAUDRATE
4800
521
3. Select 1.Transmission speed.
4. Pressing C you can select one of the 7 values available.
5. Press ∗
Press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming menu.
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7.3.
OPERATIONS WITH PC [ 5 3 ]
Using one of the DIBAL scales’ communication programs for
working under commonly used operating systems (MS-DOS, MSWINDOWS, UNIX,...), you can use the PC to do all the tasks
related to set-up as well as obtain all the data concerning the
transactions carried out by the scales for their subsequent
computer processing.
You can also make a back-up copy of the scale’s data (backup)
and load data from the scale (restore) with the aid of the LBS
program.
The following are the programs available:
UTILITY
DIBALCOM
DIBAL RMS
DIBAL LBS
SCALE TYPE
Communications Driver
Scale configuration
Store management
Back-up copy
Loading data
All
All
All
OPERATING
SYSTEM
Windows 9X, NT,
XP, Me
Windows 9X, NT,
XP, Me
Windows 9X, NT,
XP, Me
Table 7-1
When operating, the DIBAL RMS program must always be
accompanied by the application DIBALCOM, as the latter
provides the computer with the necessary resources to enable the
communications port (COM1 or COM2 or COMX) and set up
communication with the scale.
7.3.1. Send end of day with totals clearance [
5 3 1]
MENU
5 3 1
∗ ∗ ∗ ∗
MENU
SEND
MENU
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1.
Press the MENU (2 seconds) 5 3 1 keys.
2.
To do so, press the ∗ key 4 times.
3.
Then, press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming
menu.
7.3.2. Send end of day without totals
deletion
[532]
MENU
5 3 2
∗ ∗ ∗ ∗
This operation allows you to forward the data stored in the scale
to the computer for their subsequent processing by a suitable
program like DIBAL RMS.
In addition, the totals accumulated in the different memories
throughout the day will be cleared to zero.
SEND
This operation allows you to forward the data stored in the scale
to the computer for their subsequent processing by a suitable
program like DIBAL RMS.
The totals accumulated will NOT be cleared to zero.
1.
Enter by pressing MENU (2 seconds) 5 3 2.
2.
To do so, press the ∗ key 4 times.
3.
Then, press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming
menu.
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7.3.3.
Request start of day [ 5 3 3 ]
This operation allows you to send the data on receipt text, the
registering of sales assistants, section and department names,
etc. from the computer to the scale by means of a suitable
program like DIBAL RMS.
MENU
5 3 3
∗
¿¿SURE??
MENU
1.
Enter by pressing MENU (2 seconds) 5 3 3.
2.
Press the ∗ key.
3.
Then, press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming
menu.
7.3.4. Initialization of scale [ 5 3 4 ]
With this operation it is possible to delete all data from the scales
except data on logos, fonts, ingredients and all customer
information (customer number, pending payments, etc.). The
PLUs and sales assistants’ memories will be deleted.
MENU
5 3 4
∗ x7
MENU
1. Enter by pressing MENU (2 seconds) 5 3 4.
¿¿ SURE ??
2. Press the ∗ key 7 times.
3. Then, press MENU (2 seconds) to quit the programming
menu.
If the scales are a MASTER, after start-up all PLUs must be
re-programmed, either manually or by downloading them from
the PC. The same process must also be followed for the sales
assistants and other set-up values. If the scales are a SLAVE,
when the delete option has been effected, the scales will
request that new articles should be sent from the corresponding
MASTER.
7.3.5. Backup (LBS) [ 5 3 5 ]
MENU
5 3 5
∗
This operation allows you to forward the data stored in the scale
to the computer for a backup or to resend the data from the
computer to de scale.
¿¿ SURE ??
Press MENU (2 seconds) 5 3 5
Press ∗ .
In the computer select the option Receive or Send
7.3.5.1. Backup by USB
To do a backup/restore by USB select safety copy in the 5 3 5
menu as is currently done for the LBS.
If connection to a MSD device is detected, then the "USB
DETECTED” message displays and confirmation is requested for
using this device for loading/downloading. Once confirmed, you
are prompted to select the required option (1=Load, 2=Download).
If no device is connected, then the LBS operation continues in the
usual way, and is carried out from the PC.
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The saved file is named:
DIBAL_M-MMM_CCC_VVVV_YYMMDDHHMMSS.BCK
, where M-MMM is the model of the machine (e.g. M-525)
CCC is the country (e.g. SP)
VVVV is the version of the SW in the CPU (e.g. 104E)
YYMMDDHHMMSS is the date and time in the indicated format
BCK is the BCK extension meaning BACKUP
For the opposite process, the loading, the recovered file does not
need to have a name with the described format but it must have a
BCK extension (it can be chosen using the MAS key from among
the different file with BCK extension present in the USB unit).
7.3.5.2. Operations with USB
Menu 5.5 USB operations, has been added and currently has 3
options:
a)Menu 5 5 1 Loading data
it is the same as a LBS Loading operation but in this case it is
necessarily from a *.BCK file.
b)Menu 5 5 2 Downloading data
it is equivalent to a LBS downloading operation but in this
case it is necessarily to a file.
c)Menu 5 5 3 Downloading sales
The memory of messages pending for sending to the computer
(TLOG)
is
uploaded
to
a
file
called
SALES_YYMMDDHHMMSS.TXT, where YYMMDDHHMMSS is
the date and time of opening of the file in the specified format. The
result obtained is the same as the RX.TXT file obtained on
connecting Dibalcom to receive the messages in the PC.
Sales are marked as “sent to the computer” only if all of the sales
are uploaded to the file.
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7.4.
MENU
5 4
PROG
COMMUNICA
INTERCONEXION
5.4
4-4
PROG
INTERCONE
CONFIGURAC M/E
5.4.1
1-2
SCALE NETWORK [ 5 4 ]
To access to this menu press MENU (2 secs) 5 4.
7.4.1. Master slave
When a scale is set up as a master the next submenu will
appeared.
7.4.1.1. Set up as MASTER-SLAVE [ 5 4 1 ]
To access to this menu press MENU (2 secs) 5 4.1.
MENU
5 4 1
PROG
M E CONFI
NET IDENTIFIER
5.4.1.1
1-5
1. Network identification [ 5 4 1 1 ]
This parameter is assigned to a 4 digit number to identify the
network that will work in.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 1.
2. Enter the wanted value and press ∗ .
MENU
5 4 1 1
0
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
2. Scale address [ 5 4 1 2 ]
∗
MENU
PROG
5.4.1.2
MAESTRA…………………0
SCALE ADD
MENU
5 4 1 2
0 0 0 0
This parameter is assigned to the address of the scale. The
parameter may be between 00 and the maximum number of
slaves that this model can have. If you want to set as Master,
introduce 00. If you want to configure as Slave, introduce a value
between 01 and the maximum number of slaves depending on
the scale model.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 2.
2. Enter the wanted value and press ∗ .
∗
MENU
PROG
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
5.4.1.3
6000
3. UDP Port (6000) [ 5 4 1 3 ]
UDP PORT
This parameter is assigned to the number of port that the master
and slave communication is done, being a 4 digit number
MENU
5 4 1 3
6 0 0 0
∗
MENU
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 3.
2. Enter the wanted value and press ∗ .
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
SLAVE 01
ADDRESS IP
000000000000
4.Ip slaves address [ 5 4 1 4 ]
In this parameter you display the IP of the slaves which the
master it connected.
MENU
5 4 1 4
+
1.
Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 4.
2.
Press + to display the next slave connected or − or to display
the previous one.
3.
Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
MENU
MENU
5 4 1 5
+
MENU
5. Slaves connected [ 5 4 1 5 ]
n0 SLAVES
COMMUNICATED
SLAVES COMMUNICATED
This parameter is assigned to displayed the addresses of the
connected slaves scales
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 5.
2. Press + or − to display the next or the previous screen, if
it is not enough space in the screen to all the slaves
scales addresses.
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
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7.4.1.2. Master-slave operations [ 5 4 2 ]
MENU
5 4 2
MENU
5 4 2 1
∗
PROG
INTERCONE
M/S OPERATIONS
5.4.2.
2-2
To access to this submenu press MENU (2 secs) 5 4 2.
1. Network set up [ 5 4 2 1 ]
PROG
5.4.2.1
M S OPERA
1-3
NET AUTOCONFIGURATION
MENU
Autoconfigurating the scale is set as master. The other scales are
connected with the same network ID and the UDP port remains
as slaves. The parameters of master-slave communication will be
set automatically.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 2 1.
2. Press ∗ during 3 seconds..
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
2. Master-slave test [ 5 4 2 2 ]
MENU
5 4 2 2
∗
M TESTCOM
M/S TEST
S
00
Run a test between the master and slave to check if the
communication is correct. This test is only accessible from the
slave scales.
MENU
7.4.1.3. Sending data to slaves [ 5 4 3 ]
It may be useful to do back up data from a MASTER scale in their
slaves, so that you have a security backup of these in each of
them.
The scale will print a list of the state of the scale in the network
and it will begin the data loading to the slaves. After loading a new
list with the result of the operation will print.
1. Sending All. [ 5 4 3 1 ]
MENU
5 4 3 1
PROG
SENDING
SENDING ALL
5.4.3.1
1-4
Send all necessary information to the slaves.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 3 1.
2. Press ∗ .
∗
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
MENU
2. Sending PLU’s. [ 5 4 3 2 ]
MENU
5 4 3 2
PROG
SENDING
SENDING PLU’S
5.4.3.2
2-4
Send PLUs to slaves.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 3 2.
∗
2. Press ∗ .
MENU
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
MENU
5 4 3 3
∗
3. Traceability sending [ 5 4 3 3 ]
PROG
SENDING
SENDING TRACEABILITY
5.4.3.3
3-4
Send the traceability to the slaves.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 3 3.
2. Press ∗ .
MENU
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
MENU
5 4 3 4
∗
4. Sending logos [ 5 4 3 4 ]
PROG
SENDING
SENDING LOGOS
MENU
5.4.3.4
4-4
Send logos to slaves.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 3 4.
2. Press ∗ .
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
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7.4.2. Slave scale
When a scale is set up as a slave the next submenu will
appeared.
7.4.2.1. Set up as MASTER-SLAVE [ 5 4 1 ]
MENU
5 4 1
PROG
ICONFIG
ID
541
To access to this menu press MENU (2 secs) 5 4.1.
1. Network identification [ 5 4 1 1 ]
This parameter is assigned to a 4 digit number to identify the
network that will work in.
MENU
5 4 1 1
0
PROG
MASTER…………
ID
5411
1.
Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 1.
2.
Enter the wanted value and press ∗ .
3.
Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
∗
2. Scale address [ 5 4 1 2 ]
MENU
MENU
5 4 1 2
0 0 0 0
This parameter is assigned to the address of the scale. The
parameter may be between 00 and the maximum number of
slaves that this model can have. . If you want to set as Master,
introduce 00. If you want to configure as Slave, introduce a value
between 01 and the maximum number of slaves depending on
the scale model.
PROG
MASTER
ADD SCALE
5412
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 2.
2. Enter the wanted value and press ∗ .
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
∗
MENU
3. UDP Port (6000) [ 5 4 1 3 ]
This parameter is assigned to the number of port that the master
and slave communication is done, being a 4 digit number
MENU
5 4 1 3
6 0 0 0
PROG
5413
…….………………
PORT UDP
∗
1.
Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 3.
2.
Enter the wanted value and press ∗ .
3.
Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
4.Ip master address [ 5 4 1 4 ]
MENU
In this parameter you enter the IP address of the master which the
slave it connected.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 4.
MENU
5 4 1 4
MENU
SLAVE 01
ADD IP
000000000000
2. Press + to display the next slave connected or − or to
display the previous one.
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
5. Slaves connected [ 5 4 1 5 ]
This parameter is assigned to displayed the addresses of the
connected slaves scales
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 1 5.
MENU
5 4 1 5
+
PROG
5415
…….…………………
SLAVES COMUNI
MENU
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it is not enough space in the screen to all the slaves
scales addresses.
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
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1. Network set up [ 5 4 2 1 ]
Autoconfigurating the scale is set as master. The other scales are
connected with the same network ID and the UDP port remains
as slaves. The parameters of master-slave communication will be
set automatically.
MENU
5 4 2 1
PROG
PRESS TOTAL
AUTOCONFIG
5421
∗
1.
Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 2 1.
2.
Press ∗ during 3 seconds..
3.
Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
MENU
2. Master-slave test [ 5 4 2 2 ]
Run a test between the master and slave to check if the
communication is correct.
MENU
5 4 2 2
PROG
OPERA
TEST M/E
5422
∗
MENU
1.
Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 2 2.
2.
Press ∗ to star the test.
3.
Press ∗ to pause the test.
4.
Press C to stop the test.
5.
Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
7.4.2.3. Master data request [ 5 4 3 ]
In the case that any error is sent to the slaves or a new slave is
connected alter having switching on the master.
MENU
5 4 3 1
∗
PROG
SEND DAT
GENERAL
5431
All the necessary information of the master is requested.
MENU
MENU
5 4 3 2
∗
MENU
1. General request [ 5 4 3 1 ]
1.
Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 3 1.
2.
Press ∗ .
3.
Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
2. PLUs request [ 5 4 2 3 2 ]
PROG
DAT SEND
PLUS REQUEST
5432
The Master’s PLUs are requested.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 3 2
2. Press ∗ .
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
MENU
5 4 3 3
PROG
DAT SEND
TRACEABILITY REQUEST
5433
3. Traceability request [ 5 4 3 3 ]
The Master’s Traceability is requested.
∗
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 3 3
MENU
2. Press ∗ .
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
MENU
5 4 3 4
∗
PROG
DAT SEND
LOGOS REQUEST
MENU
5434
4. Logo request [ 5 4 3 4 ]
The Master’s Logo is requested.
1. Access pressing MENU (2 secs) 5 4 3 4.
2. Press ∗ .
3. Press MENU in order to exit the configuration menu.
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7.5.
OPERATIONS WITH USB[ 5 5 ]
USB Operations has been added and currently there are 4
options:
a)Menu 5 5 1 Data load
It is the equivalent of a LBS Load operation but in this case it
must necessarily be from a *.BCK file.
b)Menu 5 5 2 Data download
It is the equivalent of a LBS download operation but in this
case it must necessarily be to a file.
c)Menu 5 5 3 Sales download
d) Menu 5 5 3 Exporting receipts to USB
The memory of the messages pending dispatch to the
computer
(TLOG)
is
uploaded
to
a
file
called
SALES_YYMMDDHHMMSS.TXT, where YYMMDDHHMMSS is
the date and time of opening of the file in the indicated format.
The result obtained is the same as the RX.TXT file obtained on
connecting Dibalcom in order to receive the messages in the PC.
The sales are marked as “sent to the computer” only if all the
sales are uploaded to the file.
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8. SCANNER
CONNECTION
The Software has been developed for Dibal 500 Range scales to
communicate with a scanner for reading bar codes, so that the
article bar codes are read and sales operations carried out on the
scale.
The scanner must have the requirement COMMUNICATION
SERIES RS-232 through a DB9 female connector.
The scale RS-232 connector has power output for the scanner.
The DB9 powered PIN is PIN 9.
The scale software is set up with the following protocol for the
scanner:
• Speed: 9600 bauds
• 8 data bits
• Without parity
The scanner must send the bar code followed by CR or LF.
8.1.
SCANNER INSTALLATION
The scanner is connected taking into account that the output of
the scale feeds to 5V.
8.2.
SCANNER BAR CODE READING
All articles will have a field called EAN in which the EAN scanner
code can be entered for the particular article. In the said field,
representative numbers and letters can appear within the bar
code. This field is for the exclusive use of the scanner. In it, you
can enter:
• 13 characters, then becoming an EAN 13
• 8 characters followed by spaces to form an EAN 8
To program the article’s EAN code, enter the PLU programming
option. When you reach the EAN field, enter the EAN code you
require. To do so, you can:
• Read the bar code with the scanner and the value will be
updated.
• Enter it manually, allowing to this end the representative
numbers and letters within the bar code.
Remember that depending on whether there are 13 or 8
characters in this field, you will have an EAN 13 or an EAN 8
respectively.
Remember that the last character of the bar code is the
checksum, which is why, if you do not wish to, it is not necessary to
enter it. Therefore, you will need 12 or 7 digits for each EAN (the
last character is omitted).
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In normal working position, when a bar code is read by a scanner,
a search is made through all those articles whose EAN
SCANNER CODE corresponds to that which has been read by
the scanner. In the case of finding an article whose EAN code
corresponds, the information on this article will show up on the
screen, just as if you had pressed the key corresponding to its
PLU. In the case of not finding any article meeting this condition,
wrong code message will appear.
If there is no scanner and you wish to make the search with the
aid of the EAN scanner code, you can press the F3 key and the
letters:
EAN<*************>
Will show up on the display.
Here, you can enter the bar code to make the search. The
character “*” will be used as a substitute. To seek an EAN 8 code,
the last five characters must be “-“and consequently, it will only
seek in articles with an EAN 8 code.
When seeking an article while programming the PLU, you can
read with the scanner, and the programming of the first of the
codes that meet the condition of the EAN code read by the
scanner will show up.
You can also print a label with the bar code to be the article’s
EAN. For this purpose, you will have to change configuration
parameter of the label EAN-13 FORMAT takes the value 3.
Thus, if you are working in label mode, the bar code that the
article has within the EAN scanner code will appear.
Remember that in this case you will be able to print the direct code
or the representation of certain values depending on the corresponding
representative letters within the bar code.
Prices can also be interpreted on the bar code which is then read.
For this purpose, the title of the article’s EAN code must contain
the letters E or X..
Reading with scanner AMOUNT, WEIGHT, PRICE, etc.
To read AMOUNT, WEIGHT, PRICE, etc. with the scanner, the
INTERPRETATION parameter must be set.
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The following are the different cases:
In the case of NON-WEIGHED articles:
• If the price of the article is 0 and the letter ‘E’ appears on
the article’s EAN code, the scale will associate the value
of the positions of the EAN code where the ‘E’ are with
the value of the price of the article for that sale
• If the price is not 0, it will show the price which the scale
has entered.
• If the price is 0, but it does not detect ‘E’ in the article’s EAN
code, the article will show up on the screen but in the
position for entering the price.
In the case of separate ‘E’ appearing in the article’s EAN code, it
will only take into account the last to be found.
In the case of WEIGHED articles:
• If the price of the article is 0 and the letters ‘E’ or ’X’ appear in
its EAN code, the scale will associate the value of the
positions of the EAN code where the letters are with the value
of the price of the article for that sale.
• If the price is not 0, it will show the price which the scale has
entered.
• If the price is 0 but it can detect neither ‘E’ nor ‘X’ in the
article’s EAN code, the article will show up on the screen,
but in the position for entering the price.
• If the letters “H” appear in the EAN code, the scales will
associate the value of the EAN code positions where the
letters are, with the weight of the article for this sale.
In the case that appears the articles ‘E’ ‘H’ and ‘X’ separately in
the EAN code of the article, only will be considered the last letters
found.
Example.
If the EAN code of an article is programmed:
EAN Code < 23 00001 EEEEE 5>
and if the following code is read with the scanner :
23 00001 00456 5
then the following will appear on the display of the scales:
Amount: 456 euros.
In the case of ‘E’ and ‘X’ appearing separately within the article’s
EAN code, it will only take into account the last to be detected.
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9. FORMATS [ 6
]
MENU
This section is for programming the characteristics of the receipt
and label.
F2 x 5
Access to the main menu is gained by pressing MENU 2
seconds.
In the programming menu, the selected option always appears in
black.
To move from one option to another use F2 to go down through
the menu and F1 to go up.
PROG
FORMATS
In programming mode, select option 6 Formats, press ∗ and
then choose one of the 2 options:
Select option 1, Programme Labels and press ∗ to programme
the label formats.
Select option 2, Programme Receipts and press ∗ to
programme the receipt formats.
∗
To exit programming press MENU 2 seconds.
Examples of receipts and labels:
9.1.
LABEL [ 6 1 ]
9.1.1. Program label format [ 6 1 1 ]
PROG
LABEL
PROG LABEL FORMAT
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DIBAL 500 Range Scales has different label formats that can
be programmed by the user. This section explains how to design
(the size and fields to print) these special labels. The fields that
can be programmed on the label are described in the table
below. Depending the model of scale:
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Sect.
Description
Sect.
Description
Sect.
Description
Sect.
Euro Exchange Rate
Total
secondary
currency
Total for Register
Voucher
Complete Date (01
MAY 2000)
Number of articles
on receipt
82
Text Line 22: “Cold”
83
Text Line 23: “OFFER”
84
Text Line 24: “SAVE”
85
Text
Line
“DISCOUNT”
86
Text Line 26: “£“
87
Text Line 27: “£/kg“
88
Text Line 28: “£/Unit“
1
Barcode
28
Vendor Name
55
2
Amount
29
Name 3
56
3
Weight
30
Offer Price / Special
Price
57
4
Hour
31
Saving
58
5
Customer
32
Name 2
59
6
Price
33
Section
60
Total Receipt
25:
7
Current Date
34
Batch Number
61
Text
Line
“WEIGHT”
8
Best Before
35
Article Text Line 4
62
Text Line 2: “PRICE”
89
Text
Line
29:
“BETWEEN 0/5ºC“
9
Extra Date
36
Article Text Line 5
63
Text
Line
“AMOUNT”
90
Text Line 30: “ IN A
PLACE“
10
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37
Combined Date 1
64
Text line 4: “kg“
91
Image 1: ------------------(line)
11
Label
Counter,
lower level, for
total labels
38
Combined Date 2
65
Text line 5: “£/kg“
92
It indicates the sum
without rounding off in
total.
12
Name
39
Total
articles
and
amount on Voucher:
“TOTAL (X) amount”
66
Text line 6: “£“
93
It indicates the total
rounded off sum
13
Article Text Line 1
40
Rectangle
67
Text Line 7: “UNITS”
14
Article Text Line 2
41
% Discount
68
15
Article Text Line 3
42
Amount after discount
69
16
Article code
43
Amount before offer
70
17
Heading 1
44
Logo (for scales with
logos)
71
18
Heading 2
45
Tare by Percentage
Value tare
72
19
Heading 3
46
Percentage of the tare
73
20
Heading 4
47
Logo per PLU’s section
74
21
Heading 5
48
22
Heading 6
49
23
Heading 7
50
Text line 32 “Use By“
77
24
Heading 8
51
Text
Date“
78
25
Tare
52
Text line: “Reference”
79
26
Gross weight
53
Unit price in Euro
80
27
Vendor Code
54
EAN 128 barcode
81
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Text line: “Packing
data“
Text line 31 “Packed In“
line:
75
76
“Minced
89
1:
Description
3:
Text Line 8: “GBP/
Unit”
Text line 9: “Current
Date“
Text line 10: “Expiry
Date“
Text Line 11: “BEST
BEFORE”
Text Line 12: “CASH
REGISTER
VOUCHER”
Text
Line
13:
“TOTAL”
Text
Line
14:
“Weight Kg“
Text Line 15: “Total
GBP”
Text Line 16: “Pack
Date”
Text Line 17: “Best
Before”
Text Line 18: “TARE”
Text Line 19: “Batch
Number”
Text
Line
20:
“Preserve”
Text Line 21: “At –
18º C”
94 –
100
---
101
Heading 9
102
Heading 10
103
Heading 11
104
Heading 12
105
Heading 13
106
---
107
Heading 14
108
Heading 15
109
Article Text Line 6
110
Article Text Line 7
111
Article Text Line 8
112
Article Text Line 9
113
Article Text Line 10
114 123
Article Text Line from
11 to 20
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Sect.
Description
Sect.
124
General Text (1024
Text)
144
Piece Portions
201
Product’s Answer 2
221
Product’s Question 2
125
Recipe Title
145 149
---
202
Product’s Answer 3
222
Product’s Question 3
126
Recipe Text
150
Text Line:
“TEMPERATURE
IDEAL TO
CONSERVATION“
203
Product’s Answer 4
223
Product’s Question 4
127
Label total Price
151
Made the
204
Product’s Answer 5
224
Product’s Question 5
128
Text Line 36: “Best
Before: “
152
Made by
205
Product’s Answer 6
225
Product’s Question 6
129
Text Line:
“CURRENCY 1“
153
Text Line 40:
“Unrounded total: “
206
Product’s Answer 7
226
Product’s Question 7
130
Text Line:
“CURRENCY 2“
154
Text Line 41:
“Rounding: “
207
Product’s Answer 8
227
Product’s Question 8
131
Amount Currency 1
155 156
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208
Product’s Answer 9
228
Product’s Question 9
132
Amount Currency 2
157
Price x Factor
209
Product’s Answer 10
229
Product’s Question 10
133
Symbol Currency 1
158
PLU Number
210
Product’s Answer 11
230
Product’s Question 11
134
Symbol Currency 2
159
Code 25
211
Product’s Answer 12
231
Product’s Question 12
135
Tare by % Value
160
Text Line A 0:
“Reference
number:“
212
Product’s Answer 13
232
Product’s Question 13
136
Value the
Percentage of tare
161 169
---
213
Product’s Answer 14
233
Product’s Question 14
137
Text: “% TARE”
170
“Type of Animal”
214
Product’s Answer 15
234
Product’s Question 15
138
Net Weight
Drained
Not
171
---
215
Product’s Answer 16
235
Product’s Question 16
139
Net
Price
Drained
Not
172
Print the Animals
Number
Identification
216
Product’s Answer 17
236
Product’s Question 17
140
Net Amount
Drained
Not
173 184
---
217
Product’s Answer 18
237
Product’s Question 18
141
Packing Time
185
Animal Class
218
Product’s Answer 19
238
Product’s Question 19
142
Best Before time
186 199
---
219
Product’s Answer 20
239
Product’s Question 20
143
Piece Weight
200
Product’s Answer 1
220
Product’s Question 1
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MENU
Press the MENU key 2 seconds.
F2 x 5
To move from one option to another use F2 to go down through
the menu and F1 to go up.
∗
∗
1
PROG
LABEL
PROG LABEL FORMAT
6 .1.1
1-3
Select option 6 Formats, press ∗ and then press option 1, Label.
Select option 1, Programme Labels and press ∗ to programme
the label formats.
The scales will show each step to go through in the programming
of label formats:
1. Enter the programmable format number (21 to 60*)you want
to design.
FOR – 00
* Only Models S-545 and S547
x
Maximum 60
FOR - 22
2. Press x.
∗
FOR - 22
X0
FOR - 22
X50
Y-
Y-
3. Enter the label dimensions, remembering that 8 print units or
dots are 1mm. The maximum value that may be entered in
the length of the X-axis is 480. It is advisable to enter a value
of approximately 25 dots more than the length of the Y-axis.
0
70
4. Press ∗ to enter the sections desired.
5. Enter the different sections to be included in the design,
following the table above. The maximum of sections will be
introduced on machine are 60*.
* Only Models: S-545 and S-547
X0
ROT - 0
AP – 001
X0
A0
AP – 040
C
X0
ROT - 0
AP – 013
Y0
TL 0
BAR COD
YLRECTANGLE
0
0
Y0
TL 0
TEXT 1
When the section has been selected, the following parameters will
be programmed:
- Position X.
- Position Y.
- Rotation.
- Letter type, line thickness, barcode size, or logo
number, depending on the chosen section.
If the section is a rectangle (section 40) the parameters are:
- Position X.
- Position Y.
- Rectangle width.
- Rectangle length.
- Line thickness.
Depending on the version, if the section is a PLU Text Line
(sections 13, 14, 15, 35, 36,109,110,111,112 and 113) the
parameters are:
- Position X.
- Position Y.
- Rotation.
- Letter type.
- Column width.
In the case of recipe fields: Title and Text, the field TL (letter type)
refers to the recipe number.
To change the parameter, press the C.
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The values of positions X and Y may range from 0 to the value of
the label size.
The different parameters in the ROTATION field are:
‘[0]’ – No rotation.
‘[1]’ – 90º rotation.
‘[2]’ – 180º rotation.
‘[3]’ – 270º rotation.
The LETTER TYPE is programmed by entering a value from 0
to 89, where this value indicates the form and type of letter. The
base letter types are as follows:
BASE LETTER TYPE
SIZE (Width x Height)
0
12 x 17
20
16 x 28
40
9 x1 4
60
16 x 32
80
6x 9
Table 9-1
If the letter types are to be increased in size either by width, height
or both, a number is added according to the following table:
INCREASED NUMBER SIZE
MULTIPLICATION
[0]
[1]
Width x 1, Height x 1
[2]
Width x 3, Height x 3
[3]
Width x 4, Height x 4
[4]
Width x 5, Height x 5
[5]
Width x 1, Height x 2
[6]
Width x 2, Height x 1
[7]
Width x 2, Height x 3
[8]
Width x 3, Height x 2
Width x 2, Height x 2
[9]
Width x 4, Height x 3
[ 10 ]
Width x 3, Height x 4
[ 11 ]
Width x 5, Height x 4
[ 12 ]
Width x 4, Height x 5
[ 13 ]
Width x 2, Height x 4
[ 14 ]
Width x 2, Height x 5
[ 15 ]
Width x 1, Height x 1
[ 16 ]
Width x 1, Height x 1
[ 17 ]
Width x 1, Height x 1
[ 18 ]
Width x 1, Height x 1
[ 19 ]
Width x 1, Height x 1
Table 9-2
Therefore, if letter type 74 is selected, this means that the base
letter type is 60, size 16 x 32 and it is increased by 14, which
means that the letter width is multiplied by 2 and the height by 5,
and the final letter size will therefore by 32 x 160.
Press + or – to go up or down, respectively, to the next section.
Press ∗ to change parameter and at the last parameter in the
section, the next section is accessed.
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Therefore, if letter type 74 is selected, this means that the base
letter type is 60, size 16 x 32 and it is increased by 14, which
means that the letter width is multiplied by 2 and the height by 5,
and the final letter size will therefore by 32 x 160.
Press + or – to go up or down, respectively, to the next section.
Press ∗ to change parameter and at the last parameter in the
section, the next section is accessed.
Press ◊ to delete an undesired section. The scales will request
confirmation. Pressing C. we select delete (Yes or No) and
pressing on ∗ accept.
To delete the last sections from a format, select the first to be
deleted and then in the section number enter 00.
When all the sections have been programmed, section 00
appears. Press ∗ to record data. The scales will confirm that the
label format has been recorded.
When a label format is being designed, if you wish to print a
sample label, press T/FT. To print a list of sections with their
parameter values, press PRINT.
9.1.2. Copying a label format [ 6 1 2 ]
MENU
6 1 2
It is possible to copy one label format to another provided that the
latter is a programmable type. To do this:
1. Check that the scales are the MASTER.
2. Access programming by pressing MENU
SOURCE
DESTINY
COPY LABEL FORM
--
SOURCE
DESTINY
COPY FOR LABL
02
31
3. Enter the label programming code 6 1 2
4. Enter the original format number using 2 digits (for example 0
2 for format 2)
0 2 ∗
5. Press ∗ .
∗
6. Enter the target label format number to be designed (from 21
to 60*). Press ∗ as many times as required to save all fields.
MENU
* Only Models: S-545 and S-547
7. Then, press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming
menu.
9.1.3. Deleting a label format [ 6 1 3 ]
It is possible to delete one of the programmed label format. To do
this:
MENU
6 1 3
FORMAT
0 2 ∗
DELET LABEL FORM
MENU
1. Access programming by pressing MENU.
––
2. Enter the label programming code 6 1 3.
3. Enter the source format number using 2 digits (for example 0
2 for the format 2). Press ∗
4. Then, press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming
menu.
9.1.4. Rotating a label format [ 6 1 3 ]
The scale lets you rotate the full programmable label format (from
21 format).
◊
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Angle:90º:
◊
Angle:180º:
◊
Angle:270º:
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Important:
It is not possible to
rotate those formats
bigger than the limits
of the label.
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9.2.
RECEIPT [ 6 2 ]
9.2.1. Program Receipt Format [ 6 2 1 ]
The 500 Range scales offer the possibility of printing different
types of receipts. There are different fixed receipt formats and
user programmable receipt formats depending on the model of
scale.
Although formats 0 and 1 are fixed formats the user can
programme the associated headings. The headings in format 0
are programmed from any of the fixed formats. There are 15
header lines for each receipt format, with 56 characters each.
Receipts are printed in accordance with the instructions in the
corresponding printing parameter “Global receipt format”. This
parameter, which may be set from 0 to 3*, determines the format
in which all receipts are printed. This parameter programmes the
values:
0 – 1 Receipts are printed with fixed format values.
2 – 3 Receipts are printed with the chosen format, the values
of which are programmed by the user.
The total line on the voucher on continuous paper is printed the
same way as on the receipt, i.e., with the parameter set-up in the
receipt format that is enabled at that moment.
Reduced receipts are printed just with the header lines
programmed with 0 and 9.
Lists drawn up through parameter headers in lists may or may
not print the headings. The header lines printed are numbers 12,
13, 14, 15 from the receipt format in operation, regardless of the
programmed status. If these lines are programmed in the DO
NOT PRINT mode, they will not appear. They will be printed in the
mode, frame and letters that have been programmed.
If the user attempts to programme anything that cannot be
programmed, the scales will emit a warning beep. These
programming errors can occur if an attempt is made to
programme:
• Lines in a fixed format, except in the case of headings.
• Values that are not enabled.
The process to programme a receipt format is as follows:
Press MENU 2 seconds.
MENU
F2 x 5
∗
PROG
RECEIPT
PROG RECEIPT FORMAT
2 ∗
1 ∗
FTO
X
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To move from one option to another use F2 to go down through
the menu and F1 to go up.
Select option 6 Formats, press ∗ and then press option 2,
Receipt, Press ∗
Select option 1 and press ∗ to programme the receipt formats.
First, enter the receipt number that is programmed, and press X
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The key functions are as follows:
X
Programme the next section.
C
In general, the field being edited is deleted.
In the format number field:
If it is a fixed format: this deletes the associated
headings
If it is a programmable format: this deletes the whole
format.
In the Mode field, it switches between possible
values.
+
Go to the next programming section in the same line.
−
In headings, this is for going to the previous Heading.
In text programming it moves the cursor backwards.
◊
Deletes the format.
F1/F2
Goes back to programming the previous section.
PRINT
Prints programmed parameters.
∗
Records entered format.
Table 9-3
A programmable receipt is made up of the following different lines:
1. Head line
2. Head line 1
3. Vendor name
4. Title
5. Sale line
6. Total in principal 1 currency (Tot Pri Cur 1)
7. Total in principal 2 currency (Tot Pri Cur 2)
8. Total in principal currency (Tot Pri Cur)
9. Total secondary 1 currency (Tot Sec Cur 1)
10. Total secondary 2 currency (Tot Sec Cur 2)
11. Total secondary currency (Tot Sec Cur )
12. Discount line (Line Disc)
13. VAT
14. Currency
15. Tendered/change 1 (Tend Change 1)
16. Tendered/change 2 (Tend Change 2)
17. Barcode
18. Receipt
19. Loyalty points (Loyalty Pts)
20. You were served by 1 (Served by 1)
21. You were served by 2 (Served by 2)
22. You were served by (Served by )
23. Logos
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9.2.1.1. Meaning of Fields
Each receipt line presents certain fields, and in each line the field
presents different options. The details of each field are given
below.
For printing with “special effects”:
FRAME, and REVERSE
1.
MODE
NORMAL, UNDERLINE,
NOT PRINT
[0]
NORMAL
INVERSE
SHADED
SOFT
SHADED
UNDERLINED
FRAMED
CROSSED
OUT
[1]
[2]
[3]
Represents the text print mode of
the line
In some receipt lines only, the user
decides whether or not to print the
line.
Normal text
Text printed white on black
Text has dark shadow
[4]
Text has soft shadow
[5]
[6]
Text underlined
Text is framed
[7]
The text appears crossed
MODE
Table 9-3
2.
FONT
Type of font to be used. There are nine different fonts, from 0 to 8.
3.
MULTIPLICATION
The multiplication or zoom is used to increase the letter size, as
follows:
MULTIPLICATION
NUMBER
[0]
MULTIPLICATION
Width x 1, Height x 1
[1]
Width x 2, Height x 2
[2]
Width x 3, Height x 3
[3]
Width x 4, Height x 4
[4]
Width x 5, Height x 5
[5]
Width x 1, Height x 2
[6]
Width x 2, Height x 1
[7]
Width x 2, Height x 3
[8]
Width x 3, Height x 2
[9]
Width x 4, Height x 3
[ 10 ]
Width x 3, Height x 4
[ 11 ]
Width x 5, Height x 4
[ 12 ]
Width x 4, Height x 5
[ 13 ]
Width x 2, Height x 4
[ 14 ]
Width x 2, Height x 5
Table 9-4
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4.
FRAME LINE STATUS
This represents the status of the lines that frame the receipt line. Four
types of lines can be defined, with the following values:
POSITION
‘NO’
‘LOWER’
‘UPPER’
‘LOW-UP’
Represents
No line
Lower line
Upper line
Lower and upper line
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
5.
FRAME EFFECT
This represents the effect of the lines that frame the receipt line.
Programming values are:
FRAME EFFECT
‘NO EFFECT’
‘SOLID LINE’
‘BROKEN LINE’
‘GREY’
‘2 SOLID’
‘2 BROKEN’
‘2 GREY’
Represents
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
No effect
Continuous line
Discontinuous line
Grey line
Double continuous line
Double discontinuous line
Double grey line
6.
POSITION
This parameter aligns the header line values. Programming values
are:
POSITION
Represents
‘LEFT’
[0]
Justified text to left
‘CENTER’
‘RIGHT’
[1]
Centred text
Justified text to right
[2]
7.
PLACEMENT / UBICATION
This represents the position of the heading in the receipt. There are
10 possible positions. A value is selected from 0 to 9, corresponding
to one of the positions on the receipt diagram (See RECEIPT
DIAGRAM).
8.
ROTATION
This field appears when the “barcode” line is programmed.
ROTATION
Represents
[0]
No rotation
[1]
90º Rotation
180º Rotation
270º Rotation
[2]
[3]
9.
TEXT
This is the text in the header line. It has a maximum 56
characters.
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10. BARCODE FORMAT NUMBER
This field defines the barcode format, where:
‘[0]’: EAN - 8 format
‘[1]’: EAN – 13 format
11.
RECIPE MODE
This section depends on the recipe number. It may have the
following values:
RECIPE
MODE
Represents
If recipe number section is 1, the recipe for the
first item sold with an assigned recipe will be
printed.
The recipe indicated in the recipe number
section will be printed.
[0]
[1]
12.
RECIPE NUMBER
This section is for indicating the recipe number to be printed on
the receipt.
13. NUMBER
This section refers to the logo number to be printed from 1 to
10, for fixed logos and from 11 to 15 for user-programmable
ones.
14.
TICKET DIAGRAM
In the next page, is the distribution of the sections of the tickets.
In the case of the printing of the traceability of the tickets it is not
programmable in printing mode.
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LOGO (0)
UBICATION (0)
LOGO (1)
INITIAL LINES
SALES ASSISTANT NAME
UBICATION (1)
TITLE LINE
UBICATION (2)
Sales lines
DESCRIPTION LINE
UBICATION (3)
TOTAL IN PRINCIPAL CURRENCY
2 fields
TOTAL IN SECONDARY CURRENCY
2 fields
DISCOUNT
VAT
TENDERED/CHANGE
TENDERED/CHANGE SEC CURR
EURO EXCHANGE RATE
CURRENCY
UBICATION (4)
BARCODE
UBICATION (5)
LOGO (2)
UBICATION (6)
LOGO (3)
UBICATION (7)
UBICATION (8)
LOYALTY POINTS
You were attended by
2 Fields
UBICATION (9)
RECIPES ( WITH LOGO)
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9.2.2. Copying a receipt format [ 6 2 2 ]
It is possible to copy one receipt format to another. To do this:
MENU
6 2 2.
∗
SOURCE
DESTINY
COPY TCK FORMAT
0
0
ORIGN
DESTIN
COPY TCK FORMAT
1
2
1. Enter receipt programming menu MENU 6 2 2.
2. Select source format.
3. Press ∗ .
4. Using the number keys, enter the format number to which the
format is to be copied and then press ∗ to save the format. A
"Format copied" message will appear on screen.
5. Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
∗
If the copy is made from a fixed format to a programmable
format, the whole format will be copied, but if a copy is made from
a programmable format to a fixed format, only the heading lines
will be copied.
MENU
9.2.3. Deleting a receipt format [ 6 2 3 ]
It is possible to delete one of the programmed receipt format. To
do this:
FORMAT
DELETION TCK FOR
MENU
6 2 3
0 2 ∗
MENU
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1. Access programming by pressing MENU.
–
2. Enter the receipt programming code 6 2 3.
3. Enter the format number using two digits (for example 0 2 for
format 2) and press ∗
4. Then, press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu
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10.LOGOTYPES
LOADING
500 series weighing scales are allowed to print the logos in the
receipt and the label. The machine will have 100 fixed logos and
other 100 logos that the client can charged the RMS program.
In terms of size, the maximum of each of these images will be a
maximum of 432 pixels width and 1200 high.
The print speed is 100 mm per second for both receipt and label.
10.1. PRINTING LOGOTYPES
1. Print a LOGO ON A LABEL:
Access field no. 44. In TL field (type of logo) you must choose
the number of the logo type you wish to represent (from 1 to
100 for fixed ones, and 101 and 200 for the programmable
ones).
If the type of logo is set at 0, none will be printed. (See
paragraph 9.1.1 PROGRAMMING LABEL FORMATS).
Any logo can be rotated just as if it were any other normal field.
2. Print LOGOS ON THE RECEIPT:
Four logos can be printed on the programmable receipt formats.
See Par 9.2.1 PROGRAMMING RECEIPTS FORMAT.
10.2. PROGRAMMABLE LOGOTYPES
The scale affords the possibility to incorporate 100 logos from an
image the user may have or develop. The following are the
specifications to be met:
1. The maximum size of these images is 432 x 1200 pixels and
black and white. The image may be square or rectangular. It
should be noted that the larger is the image the longer will
take to print in the receipt and the label.
2. The size in pixels must be, in both width and length, a multiple
of 8, and, as a ratio, you are informed that 1 cm is
2
approximately 80x80 pixels. Example: A 1cm drawing would
be defined as 80 x 80 pixels.
3. The format of the image must be of the BMP and
monochrome bit map type. For this porpoise is recommended
to use ‘Paint’by Windows 95.
Once you have the image, it is sent through the PC.
These logos may be included in Programmable ticket formats 2
and 3 (see par. 9.2.1 Programming ticket format), in which will
necessary to introduce the position mode, number of logo and
rotation.
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11. DATA [ 7 ]
Access the main programming menu by pressing key MENU 2
seconds.
MENU
∗
PROG
DATA
DATA
7.1
1–4
MENU
Once in programming, select option 7 and press ∗ in order to
programming this option
In order to return to the working mode press MENU
11.1. DATES [ 7 1 ]
Here you program a series of data used during normal operation
of the scale, such as VAT rates, Pre-programmed Tares,
Currencies, Loyalty points, etc.
Access the main programming menu by pressing key MENU 2
seconds.
MENU
Once in programming, select option 7, Data, and press ∗ to
validate.
To move from one option to another, use F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up.
F2 x 6
∗
Select option 1, Dates.
An option can also be selected by typing its code directly with the
numeric keyboard, after pressing MENU 2 seconds. In this case
MENU (2 seconds) 7 1
MENU
7 1
Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.1.1. Group Number[ 7 1 1 ]
A series of master scales belonging to the same section of the
shop (for example FRUIT COUNTER) can be assigned to the
same group so that all the operations to be carried out in a
particular section are done so simultaneously.
To assign a group number to a master scale:
MENU
7 1 1
PROG
7.1.1
16
1.
Press MENU (2 seconds) 7 1 1
2.
With the numeric keypad, type a two-digit number between
00 and 99, for example 16.
3.
Press MENU to quit the programming menu.
GROUP NUMBER
MENU
11.1.2. Wholesalers Limit [ 7 1 2 ]
The wholesalers limit is the quantity of the amount from which a
customer is considered a wholesaler.
MENU
7 1 2
MENU
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WHOLESAL LIMIT
7.1.2
___,__
1. Press MENU (2 seconds) and enter the value 7 1 2 using
the keypad.
2. Press ∗ to record the modification.
3. Press MENU to exit to the main menu
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11.1.3. Vat Types [ 7 1 3 ]
Up to five VAT rates can be programmed as follows:
1.
MENU
7 1 3
∗
C
PROG VAT
Press MENU (2 seconds) 7 1 3
2.
Enter the value of VAT rate 1. VAT rate 1 is that assigned to
sales of Direct price. Press ∗ to program the next VAT values.
Press C to delete the current value.
3.
Once the corresponding values have been assigned, press
MENU 2 seconds to quit programming.
1
0,00
PROG VAT TYPES
MENU
11.1.4. Tares [ 7 1 4 ]
The values of the 5 pre-programmed tares are programmed as
follows:
MENU
7 1 4
T/FT
∗
MENU
PROG TARE
PROG TARES
1
0,150
1. Press MENU (2 seconds) 7 1 4
2. Place the reference weight to be tared on the dish and press
T/FT . You can also enter a tare directly with the numeric
keyboard.
3. Press ∗ for saving and for programming the next tares.
4. Having programmed the corresponding values, press MENU
to quit programming.
11.1.5. Currencies [ 7 1 5 ]
The 500 Range scales model includes 8 fixed currencies and 2
programmable currencies.
The scale is capable of printing the total of the receipt in the
country’s main currency and in two foreign currencies, to be
chosen by the user in accordance with the following chart:
Code
Currency
Symbol
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Swedish Crown
Yen
Norwegian Crown
Pound Stirling
Euro
US Dollar
Swiss Franc
Danish Crown
Programmable
Programmable
SKr
Y
Nkr
L
€
$
SwF
DKr
Programmable
Programmable
Table 11-1
To use each currency, the exchange rate must be programmed,
consisting of 6 digits with 3 decimals, related to the currency of
the country in which the scales are used.
In addition to the programmable currencies, there is a field of 7
alphanumeric characters for programming the symbol to be
applied to the programmable currency.
There may be a maximum of two active currencies at any given
time. The result of activating these currencies is reflected in the
printed results on the receipt and label alike.
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11.1.5.1. Program Currencies
To program the currencies, proceed as follows:
MENU
7 1 5
D–1=0
0,000
DIV – 0 SKR
1.
Press MENU (2 seconds) 7 1 5
2.
Enter the change from the local currency to the chosen
currency. There are 7 fixed exchange rates as shown in
Table above. In the case of choosing one programmable,
also introduces the identification of it. To move from one
currency to another press X, F1 or F2.
3.
After passing the 9 currencies, is possible to assign the
currencies which we are going to work with, filling the fields
D1 and D2. If you only want to work with a coin, the other will
not have assigned the identifier (from 0 to 9) in any currency.
4.
Having programmed all the values, press MENU 2 seconds
to quit programming.
D–2=3
M
11.1.5.2. Currencies on labels
There are 6 currency sections for programming in label formats.
For each of the two possible active currencies, it is possible to
print: one fixed text: “CURRENCY 1” or “CURRENCY 2”, the sum
of the programmed currency, and the currency symbol.
Sections
129
130
131
132
133
134
Description
“CURRENCY 1”
“CURRENCY 2”
Amount Currency 1
Amount Currency 2
Symbol Currency 1
Symbol Currency 2
Table 11-2
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11.1.6. Date and time [ 7 1 6 ]
This function allows you to change the date and time of the
scale’s internal clock.
MENU
7 1 6
Proceed as follows for programming:
1. Press MENU (2 seconds) 7 1 6
CLOCK
2. Use the numeric keyboard to enter the date and time. The
date is shown in the ‘dd/mmm/yyyy’ format and the time in the
‘hhmmss’ format. Press ∗ to pass to another filed.
00 : 00 : 00
DD / MMM /YYYY
∗
3. Having programmed all the values, press ∗ to save it and
MENU 2 seconds to quit programming
MENU
11.1.7. Programming Euro [ 7 1 7 ]
The different stages of the Euro are programmed.
STAGE 1: (1/January/1999 to 31/December/2002): the
exchange rate for the Euro is fixed. The main currency will be that
of each member country with the EURO as a SECONDARY
currency.
STAGE 2: (1/January/2002 to 28/February/2002): the main
currency of each country will become the secondary one while the
EURO will become the MAIN one in all countries.
STAGE 3:(from Tuesday, March 1, 2002): the EURO will be the
SINGLE CURRENCY.
Once the scale has been set up in the correct stage of the EURO,
it will be capable of working and issuing receipts and/or selfadhesive labels with the amounts in EURO.
MENU
7 1 7
PROG EURO
PHASE
CHANGE
Remember the following:
If, at stage 1, you wish to see the price and the amount in
EURO, press the SHIFT and F1 keys. At stage 2, the
amounts will be shown in local currency..
In order to display on screen the value of the exchange rate of
the EURO with regard to the local currency as well the EURO
STAGE (1, 2 or 3) in which the scale has been set up, just take
the following steps:
1. Switch on the scale, ensure it has been set up as
master, and press MENU 2 seconds
2
166.386
2.
Select parameter 7 1 7, Programming Euro.
3.
The rate of exchange of the Euro will display.
Type the following code:
Stage 1 - Stage2 ⇒ 6022
∗
Stage 2 - Stage 3 ⇒ 9808
a. The following message displays: CHANGE
TO STAGE X?
b. Press ∗
MENU
c. Repeat the necessary code.
4.
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11.1.8. Programmable EAN [ 7 1 8 ]
EAN13 bar codes to be defined by the user for articles are those
which can be selected in the totals bar code field when defining
the PLU. (See section 3.1.Articles)
MENU
7 1 8
PROG
DATA
EAN PROGRAMM
7.1.8
8-8
1. Make sure the scale is set up as master, press MENU 2
seconds.
2. Select parameter 7 1 8 , programmable EAN.
3. Enter the value of the first EAN from the table in section
5.1.6 Configuration EAN-13.
MENU
4. Press F2 to move on to the following EAN.
5.
Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.1.8.1. CONF. EANC01.. EANC10 [ 7 1 8 X ]
MENU
7 1 8 1
PROG
EAN PROG
EANC01
7.1.8.1
1 - 11
PROG
EAN PROG
EANC10
7.1.8.10
10 - 11
MENU
EAN13 bar codes to be defined by the user for articles are
those
which can be selected in the field of totals bar code when
defining the PLU. (See par. 3.1.1. CREATION/MODIFICATION
OF PLUS)
1. Ensure the scale is a MASTER, enter general set-up mode
and seek parameter EANC01... EANC10.
2. Enter the previous values in accordance with the chart in
par. EAN-13 FORMAT.
Press the ∗ key to store the parameter. Go on to program the
next parameter or check the scale’s new working mode by
switching to position 0.
Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
Where X = 1, 2…10
11.1.8.2. EAN128 Global [ 7 1 8 11 ]
This section allows defining EANN 128 global. To get this:
MENU
7 1 8 11
PROG
EAN PROG
EAN 128 GLOBAL
7.1.8.11
11 - 11
MENU
PROG
EAN 128 GLOBAL
_
7.1.8.11
1. Select parameter 7 1 8 11
2. Edit EAN128 Format (see EAN/CODE 128 appendix)
Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
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11.1.9. Loyalty points [ 7 1 9 ]
MENU
7 1 9
The 500 Range scale allows for the programming of loyalty points.
It is a percentage of a total amount. This percentage is entered as
follows:
1. Make sure the scale is a MASTER, press MENU 2 seconds.
2. Press 7 1 9.
3. Enter the percentage of loyalty points.
To programme the text that will appear on the receipt, press X and
enter the text (20 characters). Press ∗ to save it.
MENU
4. Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
The receipt format must be correctly configured in order for it to
be printed on the receipt (see 9.2.1. RECEIPT FORMATS). In
formats 0 and 1 the points are always printed and, in the case of
the programmable formats, the said field must be activated.
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11.2. SELF-SERVICE MODE [ 7 2 ]
In this mode you proceed by placing a weight on the tray and, on
pressing the corresponding direct key, you get the label of the
product selected, without a cashier’s intervention.
PROG
DATA
SELF-SERVICE MODE
7.2
2–4
DIBAL 500 Range models of scale which can operate in this
working mode.
In self-service mode only the direct keys are operational, and
depending the model, simple number keys (Keys 0...9).
11.2.1. Self-service Mode Configuration [ 7 2
1]
To configure the scale in self-service mode the process is as
follows:
MENU
1. Make sure the scale is set up as master, press MENU 2
seconds.
7 2 1
2. Press 7 2 1.
C
∗
PROG
SET-UP
NO
721
3. Use C to choose between self-service mode, YES, or
assisted mode, NO.
4. Press ∗ to save.
5. Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
MENU
If the Self-service mode is selected, the following parameter
functions are not available: Automatic Weight, Fix Price and Label per
Weight.
When a device in self-service mode runs out of paper, press any
key to move the parerforward. To continue, press another key.
In the case of the SELF-SERVICE MODEL scales, there are 3
possible values for setting up the self-service mode:
MENU
7 2 2
∗
721
SELF-SERVICE MODE
0
0: Non-self-service Mode, assisted sale.
You call the article (direct key or article code) and press the
cashier key to print the label. In addition, the numeric
keypad is operative.
With 100 keys:
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With 150 keys:
With 208 keys:
1: Self-service Mode with direct keys.
7 2 1
1
∗
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MODE SELF-SERVICE
1
Press the PLU keys to print the label directly. In addition, the
numeric keypad is not operative.
With 100 keys:
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With 150 keys:
With 208 keys:
7 2 1
2
∗
721
SELF-SERVICE MODE
2
2: Self-service Mode with direct keys and assisted keypad.
If you press the PLU keys the label is printed directly. In
addition, the numeric keypad is operative.
With 150 keys:
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With 208 keys:
Once the option is selected, press ∗ .
11.2.1.1. Directions for use
In order to print a label:
a. Place the product on the tray.
b. Press the code key corresponding to the product.
c. The scale will memorise the operation and print the
label.
All operations carried out on the scale will be assigned as
sales to memory 1.
When a device in self-service mode runs out of paper, place
the new roll in position and press any key to continue.
11.2.2. Self-service: Selecting the fixed code
[7 2 2 ]
MENU
7 2 2
KEY
∗
When working in self-service mode, you can set the article to:
• No set code. (Key 0 )
• The entire keypad. (Key 1 )
• The first row of direct keys. (Key 2 )
• The left or right half of the keypad. (Key 3 )
• Each quarter of the keypad. (Key 4 )
In the case of the first two options, the article is visible on the
scale until it is modified or changed for another.
The code remains on display while the scale is operating.
If any of the article’s fields is modified for some reason (e.g. the price),
the change will be displayed immediately if the scale is a master scale
and, if any key is pressed, in the event that it is a slave scale.
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The scale must be operating in self-service mode in order to be able
to select a code and set it.
MENU
7 2 2
∗
PROG
SET-UP SELF-SERVICE
FIX CODE
7.2.2
In order to select the fixed code:
1. Make sure that the scale has been set up as master. Press
MENU for 2 seconds.
2. Press 7 2 2.
3.
Press ∗ .
4.
5.
Once the mode has been determined, whether 1 line, 2
halves or the four quarters type has been selected, press ∗
to go on to select the PLU associated with each case.
Press the key of the code to be fixed. If the code exists, its
data will be modified on the visual display unit. If it does not
exist, a code error message will display. After three
seconds, if another code has not been entered, a code
selected message will display again.
6.
If you wish to delete the fixed code, press C.
The code will remain as the selected one until it is replaced by
another or it is deleted as a fixed code.
In the event that the entire keypad is selected, once the code is
set, press any direct key to access the fixed article. If one line is
selected, press any key in the first line of direct keys to access the
fixed code and any other key to access the article programmed in
this direct key.
MENU
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Press MENU to quit the programming menu.
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11.3. PROGRAMMING CODES [ 7 3 ]
PROG
DATA
PASSWORDS
7.3
3-4
This option is used for programming the access codes to the
scale’s different programming options. They are 4-digit codes.
The structure is the following:
A Super user code allows access to all programming options.
In addition there are 4 codes with restricted access to certain
programming options. These codes are:
11.3.1. Master Password [ 7 3 1 ]
This key permits access to all programming.
To program this code, do as follows:
MENU
7 3 1
PROG
MASTER PASSWORD
__
7.3.1
1. Press MENU 2 seconds.
2. Press 7 3 1
∗
3. The scale will display the message: “Enter new Super user
code”. Type in the 4-digit code.
MENU
4. Press ∗
5. Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.3.2. Programming Password [ 7 3 2 ]
If this code is programmed, it will have to be entered in order to
gain access to programming: 1- Articles, 3-Section configuration,
4- Texts, 6- Formats.
To program this code, do as follows:
1. Press MENU 2 seconds.
MENU
7 3 2
∗
PROG
PROG PASSWORD
__
7.3.2
MENU
2. Press 7 3 2
3. The scale will display the message: “Enter new article code”.
Type in the 4-digit code.
4. The machine will ask you to repeat the key.
5. Machine will display OK.
6. Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.3.3. Vendors Passwords [ 7 3 3 ]
If this code is programmed, it will have to be entered in order to
gain access to programming: 2- Employees Code.
To program this code, do as follows:
MENU
7 3 3
∗
MENU
1. Press MENU 2 seconds.
PROG
VENDORS PASSWRORD
__
7.3.3
2. Press 7 3 3
3. The scale will display the message: “Enter new employee
code”. Type in the 4-digit code.
4. Repeat the code and will display OK.
5. Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
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11.3.4. Communications Password [ 7 3 4 ]
If this code is programmed it will have to be entered in order to
gain access to programming: 5 – Communications.
To program this code, do as follows:
MENU
7 3 4
∗
1. Press MENU 2 seconds.
PROG
COMMS PASSWORD
__
7.3.4
2. Press 7 3 4.
3. The scale will display the message: “Enter
communications code”. Type in the 4-digit code.
4. Repeat the code and will display OK.
MENU
new
5. Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.3.5. Lists Password [ 7 3 5 ]
If this code is programmed it will have to be entered in order to
gain access to programming: 8- Reports, 9- Deleted.
To program this code, do as follows:
MENU
7 3 5
∗
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1. Press MENU 2 seconds.
PROG
LIST PASSWORD
__
7.3.5
2. Press 7 3 5.
3. The scale will display the message to introduce the ney key.
Type in the 4-digit code.
4. Repeat the code and will display OK.
5. Press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
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11.4. PRINTING PARAMETERS [ 7 4 ]
PROG
DATA
PRINTING PARAMETERS
7.4
4–4
With this type of programming you can lay down the different
criteria by which the scale will print the information.
11.4.1. Label parameters [ 7 4 1 ]
Here the parameters used for printing the labels are established.
The process is as follows:
MENU
7 4 1
PROG
PRINTING
LABEL PARAMETERS
7.4.1
1–2
1. Press MENU 2 seconds.
2. Press 7 4 1.
The label parameters are:
11.4.1.1. Label Way Out [ 7 4 1 1 ]
PROG
7.4.1.1
10
LABEL WAY OUT
With this parameter you can adjust the printout of the label so that
on printing, it does not remain inside the printer and can be easily
removed. To change the value of this parameter:
Enter the printout distance as a number between 0 and 100 (in
general, between 50 and 60 is an acceptable value.
Press ∗ to save and go on to program contrast or press Menu 2
seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.4.1.2. Label Contrast [ 7 4 1 2 ]
The value of this parameter (from 0 to 9) is in direct proportion to
the contrast with which the labels will be printed.
Enter the value of the contrast as a number between 0 and 9
(default value 5).
PROG
7.4.1.2
0
LABEL CONTRAST
Press ∗ to save and move on to program overall format or press
MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.4.1.3. Label Format [ 7 4 1 3 ]
With this parameter, whose value goes from 0 to 60*, you can
decide in which format by default the labels will be printed, in such
a way that if it is set at:
PROG
7.4.1.3
21
‘0’ ⇒ Then the label will be printed in the format assigned to each
article.
LABEL FORMAT
If the PLU label format field has been assigned an ‘0’ then
the printing format will by default be ‘1’.
Quick change Format Label, Working in normal mode,
press PRINT
From ’1’ to ‘20’ ⇒ then the format in which all article labels will be
printed will be the one selected from among the
existing pre-designed ones, regardless of the
one assigned to each PLU when creating the
articles.
From ‘21’ to 60*’ ⇒ then the format in which all article labels will
be printed will be one of those designed,
regardless of that assigned to each PLU at the
creation stage of the articles.
Press ∗ to save and move on to program the headline or press
MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming
menu.
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Max 60
11.4.1.4. Heading [ 7 4 1 4 ]
PROG
7.4.1.4
10
LABEL WAY OUT
This parameter affects the printing mode of both the labels and
the receipts, and can have a value of between 0 and 1 with the
meanings:
‘0’ - No Backward.
‘1’ - Backward.
Enter the required value as a number from 0 to 1.
Press ∗ to save and move on to program Paper Type or press
MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
PROG
7.4.1.5
1
TYPE OF PAPER
When you change the exit distance, the way that the fields take
place, changes too, so there is the problem. And, the same
programmed label within/out a backward movement, it is printed
differently.
11.4.1.5. Type of Paper [ 7 4 1 5 ]
With this parameter, you choose the type of paper with which the
label printer is going to work, that is:
‘0’ - Self-adhesive label paper.
‘1’ - Continuous paper without collector.
‘2’ - Continuous paper with collector.
‘3’ – Linerless. (See Linerless Appendix)
PROG
7.4.1.6
21
FOR. TOTAL L 1
Press ∗ to save and move on to program the Level 1 Totals
Format or press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming
menu.
11.4.1.6. Total format Level 1 [ 7 4 1 6 ]
PROG
7.4.1.7
0
FOR. TOTAL L 2
The value of this parameter indicates the format with which the
level 1 total labels are to be printed. If the value is 0, the format of
the labels that have been issued will be used.
Press ∗ to save and enter Level 2 Totals Format programming or
press MENU 2 seconds to exit the programming menu.
11.4.1.7. Total Format Level 2 [ 7 4 1 7 ]
The value of this parameter indicates the format with which the
level 2 total labels are to be printed. If the value is 0, the format of
the labels that have been issued will be used.
PROG
7.4.1.8
15
Press ∗ to save and enter Level 3 Totals Format programming or
press MENU 2 seconds to exit the programming menu.
FOR. TOTAL L 3
11.4.1.8. Total Format Level 3 [ 7 4 1 8 ]
The value of this parameter indicates the format with which the
level 3 total labels are to be printed. If the value is 0, the format of
the labels that have been issued will be used.
Press ∗ to save and enter EAN format of Level 1 Totals
programming or press MENU 2 seconds to exit the programming
menu.
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11.4.1.9. EAN Format of level 1 totals [ 7 4 1 9 ]
PROG
7.4.1.9
0
FOR. EAN TOTAL L 1
Here, the EAN format of the level 1 totals label is selected if you
wish to work with accumulated total labels for an article. (See
CONF. EANC01...EANC10)
If this parameter is set to 0, the format of the labelled article will be
printed. (See EAN-13 FORMAT)
Press ∗ to save and enter level 2 EAN programming, or MENU 2
seconds to exit.
11.4.1.10. EAN Format of level 2 totals [ 7 4 1 10 ]
Here, the EAN format of the level 2 totals label is selected
PROG
7.4.1.10
1
FOR. EAN TOTAL L 2
If this parameter is set to 0, the format of the labelled article will be
printed. (See sect. EAN-13 FORMAT)
Press ∗ to save and enter level 3 EAN programming, or MENU 2
seconds to exit the programming menu.
11.4.1.11. EAN Format of level 3 totals[ 7 4 1 11 ]
Here, the EAN format of the level 3 totals label is selected
PROG
7.4.1.11
0
FOR. EAN TOTAL L 3
If this parameter is set to 0, the format of the labelled article will be
printed. (See EAN-13 FORMAT)
Press ∗ to save and enter Centre label programming, or MENU 2
seconds to exit the programming menu.
11.4.1.12. Centre Label [ 7 4 1 12 ]
PROG
7.4.1.12
0
CENTRE LABEL
By adjusting the value of this parameter, you can shift the label’s
printing field vertically downwards, with very little variation. It can
be programmed at a value between 0 and 40.
Press ∗ to save and move on to program thermal head optimum
distance or press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming
menu.
11.4.1.13. Centre Receipt in the labeller [ 7 4 1 13 ]
Adjusting the value of this parameter is possible to shift the
beginning of the printing of the receipt. When it is printed in the
labeller. Is possible program a value from 0 to 40.
PROG
CENTRE TICKET
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4
Pressing ∗ in order to save and programming the thermal head
optimum distance or press MENU till you leave the configuration
menu.
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11.4.1.14. Distance Opto Thermal Head [ 7 4 1 14 ]
PROG
7.4.1.14
10
D- OPTO THERMAL HEAD
By varying the value of this parameter you can centre the printing
field of the labels in a vertical sense both upwards and
downwards achieving greater efficacy than with the previous
CENTRE LABEL parameter.
You can enter a value between 0 and 99 (by default 32).
Press ∗ to save and move on to program label paper collector or
press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.4.1.15. Backing Paper Rewinder [ 7 4 1 15 ]
PROG
BACKING PAPER
YES
This parameter controls the label paper collector.
‘YES’ – Label paper is collected.
‘NO’ – Label paper is not collected.
7.4.1.15
Press ∗ to save and MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming
menu.
11.4.2. Receipt parameters [ 7 4 2 ]
MENU
7 4 2
PROG
PRINTING
RECEIPT PARAMETERS
7.4.2
2–2
With the aid of this type of programming the parameters to be
used when printing receipts are set. The programming process is
as follows:
1. Press MENU 2 seconds
2. Press 7 4 2
11.4.2.1. Receipt contrast [ 7 4 2 1 ]
PROG
7.4.2.1
0
RECEIPT CONTRAST
The value of this parameter (from 0 to 9) is in direct proportion to
the contrast with which the receipts will be printed.
Enter the value of the contrast as a number between 0 and 9
(default value 5).
Press ∗ to save and move on to program overall format or press
MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.4.2.2. Lines End of Receipt [ 7 4 2 2 ]
PROG
7.4.2.2
4
LINES END OF TICKET
The value of this parameter indicates the number of free lines to
be left after the receipt is printed (from 1 up to 9 lines), to ensure
all information included is visible in its entirety.
The possible values are 1 to 9.
Press ∗ to save and move on to program the receipt format or
press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
11.4.2.3. Receipt format [ 7 4 2 3 ]
PROG
CONTR ETI
7.4.23
10
With this parameter, whose value is between 0 and 3, decide in
which format by default the receipts will be printed, in such a way
that if it is set at:
0 - 1 Pre-defined receipt.
2–3
Receipts programmable by the user.
To modify this parameter: Enter the required value. Press ∗ to
save and move on to program the receipt parameter on the label
or press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
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11.4.2.4. Receipt of label [ 7 4 2 4 ]
PROG
7 4 2 4
7.4.24
10
RECEIPT OF LABEL
With this parameter you determine on which printer the receipt is
to be printed:
0 receipt per printer.
1 receipt per labelling machine.
To modify this parameter: Enter the required value. Press ∗ to
save and move on to program the receipt parameter on the label
or press MENU 2 seconds to quit the programming menu.
* Only model S-547
11.4.3. Calibrating opto label
PROG
7.4.3
PRINT PARAM
2–4
CALIBRATING OPTO LABEL
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The scale let us make an automatic adjustment of the opto. Once
in this menu, press subtotal ◊ key and the scale will adjust
automatically the opto.
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12.REPORTS [ 8
]
12.1. LISTS [ 8 1 ]
To avoid manipulation in the management of the cash
drawer, lists involving the sum total of sales cannot be issued
until the CASH DRAWER LIST has previously been printed.
In the Lists mode, press PRINT , to print a list of all possible
lists, ordered according to number.
To enter in this option press MENU 8 1.
Change from one option to another by using F2 to go down the
menu and F1 to go up. When the list is selected press ∗ .
12.1.1. Report of Articles by Code from 00000
to 99999[ 8 1 1 ]
By pressing the Χ key, you can select the range of codes, the
department, the section or the VAT rate. This list includes the
codes of the PLU’s with their price and designation. At the end of
this list the number of codes stored in the scale appears.
CODE – PRICE – DESIGNATION
CODES
12.1.2. Report of Articles by PLU [ 8 1 2 ]
This list shows the direct keys associated with each PLU, together
with the price and designation. At the end of the list the number of
codes stored in the scale appears.
PLU – PRICE – DESIGNATION
CODES
12.1.3. Report of Articles by Equivalence PLU
/ CODE [ 8 1 3 ]
This list shows the direct keys associated with each PLU, together
with the code and designation. At the end of this list the number of
codes stored in the scale appears.
PLU – CODE – DESIGNATION
CODES
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12.1.4. Sales per Article by Code from 0 to
999999[ 8 1 4 ]
This list gives information about sold articles classified by code.
Pressing the X key, you can select the range of codes, the
department, the section or the VAT type. In this list does not
appear the article number operation. It includes the PLU’s codes
with the weight (or units) sold and the total amount. At the end of
the list appears the total of the different articles sold, the sum of
weights and amounts.
*** WEIGHED ARTICLES***
CODE – WEIGHT – AMOUNT
CODES
ADD WEIGHING
ADD AMOUNTS
*** UNWEIGHED ARTICLES ***
CODE – UNITS – AMOUNT
CODES
UNITS
ADD AMOUNTS
There are different types of levels
1 → level 1 (day’s sales)
2 → level 2 (weekly sales)
3 → level 3 (monthly sales)
In order to position ourselves in the level of accumulated, press
F1 until Level AC. There are three levels of accumulation, from 1
to 3. To select the accumulated levels, press the key (1, 2 and 3)
corresponding to the level selected (1, 2 & 3 respectively). For
further information on accumulated levels, see the section 13.2,
DELETING LEVELS. By default, if there is not selected any level,
the list corresponding to level 1 will be printed.
12.1.5. Sales per Article by PLU [ 8 1 5 ]
This list shows the sales associated with each PLU, and includes
the PLU, the designation and the amount sold of each PLU. At the
end of this list the total of the different articles sold and the sum of
the amounts is shown.
PLU – DESIGNATION – AMOUNT
CODES
ADD AMOUNTS
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12.1.6. Sales by Vendor/Article [ 8 1 6 ]
With the aid of the sales assistants’ keys V0... Vxx, you can
enter the number of the sales assistant whose sales you wish to
print. To get a list of all the sales assistants, press T/FT key. This
list includes the PLU, the designation and price of the articles sold
by the selected employee. At the bottom of the list, information
regarding the length of time the employee has been registered
(working) and operating the scale (serving customers) is given.
PLU – DESIGNATION – amount
WORKING
ON DUTY
12.1.7. Big Total Group [ 8 1 7 ]
This list shows the number of operations carried out and the sum
obtained for each memory (sales assistant). At the bottom the
sum of the operations and the amounts is printed.
MEMORY – OPERAT. – AMOUNT
GR.TOTAL
There are different types of levels:
1 → level 1 (day’s sales)
2 → level 2 (weekly sales)
3 → level 3 (monthly sales)
Certain lists are obtained by levels of accumulation. There are
three levels of accumulation, from 1 to 3. To select levels of
accumulation, having selected the list to be printed, press the
department key (1, 2 and 3) corresponding to the level selected
(1, 2 & 3 respectively). By default, if no level is selected, the list
corresponding to level 1 will be printed.
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12.1.8. Sales per Article by Code from 00000
to 999999 [8 1 8]
By pressing the X key you can select the range of codes, the
department, the section or the VAT rate. This list contains the
codes, the associated PLU, the designation, the number of
operations, the weight and the amount of each of the articles sold,
and at the bottom:
- The total of the different articles sold.
- The total of the no. of operations carried out on the
articles.
- The sum of the weight of all articles.
- The sum of the price of all articles.
This list is broken down into weighed and unweighed articles.
*** WEIGHED ARTICLES ***
CODE – PLU – DESIGNATION
OPERATIONS – WEIGHT – AMOUNT
CODES
ADD WEIGHING
ADD AMOUNTS
*** NON WEIGHED ARTICLES ***
CODE – PLU – DESIGNATION
OPERAT –UNITS – AMOUNT
CODES
UNITS
ADD AMOUNTS
There are different types of levels:
1 → level 1 (day’s sales)
2 → level 2 (weekly sales)
3 → level 3 (monthly sales)
Certain lists are obtained by levels of accumulation. There are
three levels of accumulation, from 1 to 3. To select levels of
accumulation, having selected the list to be printed, press the
department key (1, 2 and 3) corresponding to the level selected
(1, 2 & 3 respectively). By default, if no level is selected, the list
corresponding to level 1 will be printed.
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12.1.9. Big Total Group [ 8 1 9 ]
This list shows the number of receipts (customers) and the total
number per sales assistant (memory) broken down acc. to totals,
wholesalers’ totals, negative totals, weighed articles, non-weighed
articles, returned articles and finally, all totals acc. to forms of
payment.
************ BIG TOTAL ************
MEMORY – CUSTOMERS – AMOUNT
GR.TOTAL
****** WHOLESALES TOTALS ******
MEMORY – CUSTOMERS – AMOUNT
GR.TOTAL
****** NEGATIVE TOTALS ******
MEMORY – CUSTOMERS – AMOUNT
GR.TOTAL
******** WEIGHED ARTICLES *******
MEMORY – OPERAT. – AMOUNT
GR.TOTAL
****** NON-WEIGHED ARTICLES *****
MEMORY – OPERAT. – AMOUNT
GR.TOTAL
***** RETURNED ARTICLES ****
MEMORY – OPERAT. – AMOUNT
***** CANCELLED LINES ****
MEMORY – OPERAT. – AMOUNT
***** TOTALS WAY OF PAYMENT ****
AMOUNT
CASH
With an aim to checking the discounts applied to both a line and
to totals, these lists will include the following information for each
sale assistant:
-A list of the discounts applied to the total of the receipt: the
number of operations indicates the number of receipts in which
this type of discount has been applied, and the amount represents
the total sum of the amounts discounted.
- A list of the discounts applied to individual lines: the number of
operations indicates the number of receipts in which this type of
discount has been applied to one of these lines, and the amount
represents the total sum of the amounts discounted.
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In the lists called GRAND TOTAL, WEIGHED ARTICLES
and NONWEIGHED ARTICLES, the amounts shown are those
before applying the discounts of totals, but after applying
discounts to lines. In the list called TOTALS FORM OF
PAYMENT, the amounts shown are those following the
application of all discounts...
There are different types of levels:
1 → level 1 (day’s sales)
2 → level 2 (weekly sales)
3 → level 3 (monthly sales)
Certain lists are obtained by levels of accumulation. There are
three levels of accumulation, from 1 to 3. To select levels of
accumulation, having selected the list to be printed, press the
department key (1, 2 and 3) corresponding to the level selected
(1, 2 & 3 respectively). By default, if no level is selected, the list
corresponding to level 1 will be printed.
12.1.10. V.A.T Totals [ 8 1 10 ]
This list includes the different VAT rates, the value in percentage
and the total of each type, and, last of all, the total VAT of what
was sold.
RATE – V.A.T. – TOTAL
V.A.T TOTAL
There are different types of levels:
1 → level 1 (day’s sales)
2 → level 2 (weekly sales)
3 → level 3 (monthly sales)
Certain lists are obtained by levels of accumulation. There are
three levels of accumulation, from 1 to 3. To select levels of
accumulation, having selected the list to be printed, press the
department key (1, 2 and 3) corresponding to the level selected
(1, 2 & 3 respectively). By default, if no level is selected, the list
corresponding to level 1 will be printed.
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12.1.11.Sales per Section [ 8 1 11 ]
This list shows the total sum of sales according to departments.
SECTION – TOTAL
There are different types of levels:
1 → level 1 (day’s sales)
2 → level 2 (weekly sales)
3 → level 3 (monthly sales)
Certain lists are obtained by levels of accumulation. There are
three levels of accumulation, from 1 to 3. To select levels of
accumulation, having selected the list to be printed, press the
department key (1, 2 and 3) corresponding to the level selected
(1, 2 & 3 respectively). By default, if no level is selected, the list
corresponding to level 1 will be printed.
12.1.12. Hourly Sales Report [ 8 1 12 ]
This list shows the total sum of sales according to time segments.
Each segment lasts one hour.
HOUR – TOTAL
There are different types of levels:
1 → level 1 (day’s sales)
2 → level 2 (weekly sales)
3 → level 3 (monthly sales)
Certain lists are obtained by levels of accumulation. There are
three levels of accumulation, from 1 to 3. To select levels of
accumulation, having selected the list to be printed, press the
department key (1, 2 and 3) corresponding to the level selected
(1, 2 & 3 respectively). By default, if no level is selected, the list
corresponding to level 1 will be printed.
12.1.13.Last PLU modified [ 8 1 13 ]
This list includes the latest PLU’s modified according to code. By
pressing the X key, you can select the range of codes, the
department, the section and the VAT rate. The list shows the PLU
codes with their price and designation. The number of the latest
codes modified appears at the end.
CODE – PRICE – DESIGNATION
CODES
To delete the last modified PLUs press C. Press ∗ and press ∗
again to confirm the deletion or C to cancel it. Once deleted it
displays in the screen “MODIF DEL” Press ∗ to return to the last
modified PLUs of the list.
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12.1.14.Cash Drawer Report [ 8 1 14 ]
This list includes the totals, classified according to form of
payment, and the state of the cash drawer when first opened, as
well as the balance.
If you print the list for the first time after starting up the scale, at
the end of the day with or without deletion or clearance to zero of
partial accumulation, you must enter the amount of money there is
in the cash drawer with the numeric keypad, for its subsequent
check with the balance obtained by the scale. If, on entering the
amount to be checked, a mistake is made, the C key will delete
the amount entered.
This list can be printed as often as possible, but the amount to be
checked can only be entered the first time after starting up the
scale, at the end of the day with or with deletion or following a
clearance to zero of partial accumulation. This prevents the
balance being manipulated.
** TOTALS WAY OF PAYMENT **
WAY OF PAYMENT – AMOUNT
CASH
CARD/CHEQUE
CREDIT
***** CASH DRAWER STATE *****
STARTING TIME (time cash drawer is opened for the first time in
the day)
CASH SALES
LODGEMENTS
WITHDRAWALS
REAL AMOUNT
CHECKED AMOUNT
DIFFERENCE
12.1.15. Traceability Report [ 8 1 15 ]
This list includes the animals programmed in the scale.
PROD. – REF. – NUMBER – WEIGHT
ADD WEIGHING.:
12.1.16. On Credit Customers Report [ 8 1 16
]
This list includes the customers with the pending debt for each
one.
CUSTOMER – AMOUNT
12.1.17.Fiscal Report [ 8 1 17 ]
This list shows all receipts and labels that the scales have issued.
The way this list functions depends on the value of the FISCAL
MODE parameter. This operating mode must be configured in test
mode.
This parameter provides a list of all receipts from that day or
several days, following the order in which they have been saved.
Before printing the list, the required period should be entered. By
default, the start and end date are set with the value of the current
date programmed on the scales.
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To edit the date, press X when positioned over the start or end
date and enter the date with the number keypad using the format
“ddmmyy”.
The Fiscal list can be printed on the receipt printer (by default) or
the labeller. In the latter case, insert a continuous roll of paper. To
change printers, press PRINT.
To Fiscal List with rewinder, in order to the continuous paper roll
does not touch and can turn, it is necessary to use 40 mm the
mandrel paper roll.
The characteristics of these rolls are: Internal diameter 40mm,
external diameter 100mm., width 60mm., external emulsion. (BK60X100: Roll unprinted white thermal paper. 60x100x40.
After printing the fiscal list, the fiscal memory can be specifically
deleted. To do this, press the subtotal key ◊ repeatedly, or reset
the scales completely.
If there are any receipts in the memory that have never been
printed, the following message will appear “UNLISTED COPIES”.
After deleting correctly, the message “DELETED” will appear.
If the reopen receipt parameter is set to 9 (any receipt in the
memory may be reopened), receipts cannot be reopened if they
were entered prior to the last deleting action.
The level of occupation of the fiscal memory can be consulted at
any time by entering the fiscal list, and pressing + in the date
selection window. The following message will appear “Occupied
memory: XX%”, indicating how much memory is currently used.
In fiscal mode, receipts are not deleted even if they are sent to PC
(they are sent if 1 is selected in the “Day’s transactions”
parameter).
12.1.18. Stock Report [ 8 1 18 ]
There is a new list in the MENU 8 1 18 called "Stock Report" in
which prints the current stock of all articles that there are
configured in the scale.
000000 999999
STOCK REPORT
For list optimization, only the articles that have the stock different
from zero are printed. The articles of the type “return” do not have
any sense for the control stock
COD. – STOCK – DESIGNATION
CODES……:
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12.2. LOGOS [ 8 2 ]
Logo:
The dropdown menu shows us all the existing logos in the
program, fixed and programmable. In the case below is the fixed
logo list:
Num.
Type
1
Logos
Num.
Type
Cow
17
2
Lamb
3
Num.
Type
Mushroom
33
Octopus
18
Lobster
34
Watermelon
Duck
19
Lettuce
35
Pork
4
Cod
20
Lemon
36
Cake
5
Cherries
21
Apple
37
Rabbit
6
Grapes
22
Black
pudding
38
Pumpkin
7
Chorizo
23
Banana
39
Pizza
8
Leaks
24
Tomato
40
Tails
9
Jam
25
Avocado
41
Ice cream
10
Olives
26
Carrot
42
Corn
11
Nut
27
Pepper
43
Pastry
12
Candy
28
Cheese
44
Pineapple
13
Chicken
29
Pear
45
Onion
14
Eggplant
30
Fish
46
Turkey
15
Bread
31
Fish1
16
Meat
32
Pepper1
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There are 8 fixed logotypes:
LOGO-1 BUTCHER’S
LOGO-2 COLD MEAT COUNTER
LOGO-3 POULTRY
LOGO-4 FISH COUNTER
LOGO-5 FRUIT COUNTER LOGO-6 FREE
LOGO-7 GREEN POINT
(Large)
LOGO-8 HEALTH
REGISTER
E
CEE
LOGO-9 GREEN POINT
(Small)
LOGO-10 ‘E’
e
12.3. FONTS [ 8 3 ]
This menu option selects magnification and effects.
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13. DELETIONS [
9]
13.1. Z DELETION [ 9 1 ]
There are 3 independent total meters in the scale shown as levels
1, 2 and 3. This deleting will turn the accumulating meters to zero
for all levels.
To carry out this operation:
1.
Access to the list menu pressing MENU for 2 seconds.
2.
Press the 9 1 keys.
3.
Press the ∗ key 6 times.
4.
The scale gives 2 options: Press the ∗ key (YES), or press
the X key (NO):
1.
Pressing the ∗ key (YES), a list of clearance to zero of
the 1 level will be printed, and the reset of all the levels.
and the sales assistants will also be removed.
2.
Pressing the X key (NO), a clearance to zero list will be
printed. The sales assistants will also be removed.
13.2. DELETING LEVELS [ 9 2 ]
The scale has 3 independent counters of totals called LEVELS
1,2 and 3
The deletion of a counter total is accumulated in the total of the
accumulator of the level immediately above it.
For example, the sales of a day are accumulated in level 1. At the
end of the day, they are deleted and accumulated in level 2. This
level accumulates weekly sales, and, consequently, these sales
are not deleted until the end of the week. When deleted, they are
accumulated in level 3, the monthly sales. When level 3 is
deleted, whatever has been accumulated will disappear from the
scale.
To delete the contents of one of these accumulators:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Access to the menu pressing MENU during 2 seconds.
Press the 9 2 keys.
Press ∗ .
Press the key of the level you wish to delete using the direct
keys1, 2 and 3 respectively for levels 1,2 and 3.
5. Press the ∗ key 4 times.
6. The scale gives 2 options: Press the ∗ key (YES), or press
the X key (NO):
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Pressing the ∗ key (YES), a clearance to zero list will be
printed. The sales assistants will also be removed.
•
Pressing the X key (NO), it is printed a list with the
accumulated of this level, but in this case won’t be a reset
of the level and the vendors won’t be removed.
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13.3. PARCIAL DELETINGS [ 9 3 ]
13.3.1. Articles Deletion [ 9 3 1 ]
This menu option deletes the article store in the memory of the
scale.
To carry out this operation:
1.
Access to the menu pressing MENU during 2 seconds.
2.
Press the9 3 1 keys.
3.
Press ∗ 3 times.
4.
The scale gives 2 options: Press the ∗ key (YES), or Press
the X key (NO):
-
Pressing the ∗ key (YES), the stored articles, in the
scale, will be removed.
-
Pressing the X key (NO), the articles deleting will be
cancel.
13.3.2. Formats Deletion [ 9 3 2 ]
To carry out this operation:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Access to the menu pressing MENU during 2 seconds.
Press the 9 3 2 keys.
Press the∗
∗ 3 times.
The scale gives 2 options: Press the ∗ key (YES), or Press
the X key (NO):
Pressing the ∗ key (YES), all the non fixed formats of
receipt and label of the scale will be deleted.
Pressing the X key (NO), the formats deletion will be
cancelled.
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13.3.3. Traceability Deletion [ 9 3 3 ]
This menu option let us delete associated traceability data. Three
deleting actions are allowed related to traceability: full deletion,
article deleting and active article deletion.
13.3.3.1. Traceability Complete deletion [ 9 3 3 1 ]
To carry out this operation:
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Access to the menu pressing MENU during 2 seconds.
2.
Press the 9 3 3 1 keys.
3.
Press the∗
∗ 3 times.
4.
The scale gives 2 options: Press the ∗ key (YES), or
press the X key (NO):
-
Pressing the ∗ key (YES), the function is Traceability
total deletion
-
Pressing the X key (NO), it cancels the Traceability
total deletion.
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13.3.3.2. Deleting Only Products [ 9 3 3 2 ]
To carry out this operation:
1.
Access to the menu pressing MENU during 2 seconds.
2.
Press the 9 3 3 2 keys.
3.
Press the∗
∗ 3 times.
4.
The scale gives 2 options: Press the ∗ key (YES), or Press
the X key (NO):
-
Pressing the ∗ key (YES), it deletes the products
registered in traceability.
-
Pressing the X key (NO), It cancels the deletion of the
products registered in traceability.
13.3.3.3. Deleting Active Animals [ 9 3 3 3 ]
When registering a product by reading the EAN code 128, or
reading the EAN 128, a code stored in the scale. It is stored as an
active product. This association remained even when the scale is
off until there is another reading of the EAN128 code scanner or
until the active product is cleared.
To carry out this operation:
1.
Access to the menu pressing MENU during 2 seconds.
2.
Press the 9 3 3 3 keys.
3.
Press the∗
∗ 3 times.
4.
The scale gives 2 options: Press the ∗ key (YES), or Press
the X key (NO):
- Pressing the ∗ key (YES), It deletes the active products.
- Pressing the X key (NO), it cancels the deletion of active
products.
13.3.4. Configuration Deletion [ 9 3 4 ]
To carry out this operation:
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Access to the menu pressing MENU during 2 seconds.
2.
Press the 9 3 4 keys.
3.
Press the∗
∗ 3 times.
4.
The scale gives 2 options: Press the ∗ key (YES), or Press
the X key (NO):
-
Pressing the ∗ key (YES), The configuration default
values are restored.
-
Pressing the X key (NO), The configuration default
values restoration is cancelled.
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14.MACROS [ 10
]
DIBAL Gama 500 models are capable of recording a sequence of
keystrokes and subsequently reproducing said sequence.
This section shows how these keys for direct access to the
functions most commonly used by the user are programmed.
To run the programmed macro, press the MENU key and,
immediately after, the key to which the macro is assigned.
14.1. PROGRAM. MACROS [ 10 1 ]
Press the MENU key for 2 seconds.
MENU
PROG
MACROS
PROG. MACROS
10.1
1-4
F2 x 9
1
∗
To move from one option to another, use F2 to move down the
menus and F1 to move up.
Select the 10 Macros option, press ∗ and, here, select option 1,
Prog. Macros.
The scale will display each of the steps for programming macros:
1. Enter the number of the macro you wish to program.
MACRO -
X
X
X
2. Select the direct key to which the macro is to be assigned on
the keyboard
MACRO 2
MACRO KEY
PLU 0
If the keyboard has macro keys, the first 10 macros must
correspond to the macro key.
3. Program the description of the macro. This is text which
helps the user identify the macro’s function.
MACRO 2
DESCRIPTION
_
M
MACRO 2
PASSWORD
_
M
4. Program the macro password. Optionally, a 4-digit password
can be programmed to enable or disable the running of the
macro.
5. Last of all, you are prompted to press the key you have
assigned to start recording the macro.
X
At that point, the scale will display on the weighing screen, and
memorize all the keystrokes until  ∗ is pressed for 2 seconds.
At macro programming, by pressing PRINT you can obtain a
complete list of the current macros.
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14.2. COPYING MACROS [ 10 2 ]
It is possible to make copies of one macro to others, either to
modify data without losing the previous ones, or to generate new
data. To do so:
Press MENU for 2 seconds.
MENU
F2 x 9
∗ 2
PROG
MACROS
COPY MACROS
10.2
2-4
To move from one option to another, use F2 to move down the
menu and F1 to move up.
Select the 10 Macros option, press ∗ and, here, select option 2,
Copy Macros.
The scale will display each one of the steps for copying macros:
SOURCE
TARGET
MACRO
X
X
---
SOURCE
TARGET
MACRO
---
1
SOURCE
TARGET
MACRO
1
2
------
1. Enter the number of the source macro you wish to copy.
2. Enter the number of the target macro to which you wish to
copy the source macro data.
3. Select the direct key to which the macro is to be assigned on
the keyboard
If the keyboard has macro keys, the first 10 macros must
correspond to the macro key.
4. To quit programming, press MENU to return to working mode.
14.3. DELETING MACROS [ 10 3 ]
In this section you can delete the macros you have programmed.
To access this setting:
Press MENU for 2 seconds.
MENU
F2 x 9
∗ 3
PROG
MACROS
DELETE MACROS
10.3
3-4
To move from one option to another, use F2 to move down the
menu and F1 to move up.
Select the 10 Macros option, press ∗ and, here, select option 3,
Delete Macros.
Enter the number of the macro you wish to delete and press 
To quit programming, press MENU to return to working mode.
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14.4. EDITING MACROS [ 10 4 ]
In this section, you can edit the sequence of keys you have
programmed in a given macro. To access this setting:
Press MENU for 2 seconds.
MENU
PROG
MACROS
EDIT MACROS
10.4
4-4
F2 x 9
∗ 4
MACRO
To move from one option to another, use F2 to move down the
menu and F1 to move up.
Select the 10 Macros option, press ∗ and, here, select option 4,
Edit Macros.
Enter the number of the macro you wish to edit and press ∗ to
display the sequence of strokes of the keys corresponding to the
macro.
---
If, at the end of the description of the key, an asterisk (*) displays,
this means that it is an extended key stroke.
There are two operating modes :
MACRO 1
ACCESS TO PAPER TYPE
MENU *, NUM 7,
CTR
Macro sequence control:
This operating mode is for controlling the keystrokes assigned to
the corresponding macro. In this mode, the keys have the
following functions:
+ Move forward in a keystroke position.
−
Mover backward in a keystroke position.
C Delete the current keystroke.
T/FT Insert in the current position.
* Save the changes in the macro.
MACRO 1
ACCESS TO PAPER TYPE
MENU *, NUM 7,
EDT
Editing macro keystrokes:
In this operating mode, the scale memorises the keys that are
pressed in blinking position.
To change from control mode to edit mode and vice versa,
just keep the total ∗ key pressed.
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15.APPENDIX
15.1. TROUBLESHOOTING
DIBAL 500 Series scales carry out a test to check for anomalies
whenever they are started up, error messages being emitted by
the scale if any are detected.
Below is a list of the more frequent problems and error messages
as well as how to tackle the said problems.
The following problems and error messages may arise with
regard to weighing.
15.1.1. Problems with weighing
The following problems and error messages may arise with
regard to weighing.
ZERO ERROR
• Ensure the weighing plate is free.
• Ensure no object is in contact with the plate.
THE SCALE BLOCKS
• Keeping the plate empty, turn the scale off and then on.
• Keeping the plate empty, turn the scale off and then on.
THE SCALE DOES NOT WEIGH CORRECTLY
• Check the plate and the base, and turn the scale off and on
again.
THERE IS NO WEIGHT ON THE PLATE AND YET THE
WEIGHT VALUE IS NOT ZERO
• Press the clearance to zero key SHIFT and 0.
THE WEIGHT IS NEGATIVE
• Restart the scale, making sure that the weighing plate is
empty.
15.1.2. Communication errors
The main problems and
communication continue:
error
messages
referring
to
COMMUNICATIONS ERROR
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Ensure the scale is correctly addressed. If it is working as a
scale without communication with other scales, ensure it has
been set up as a master. (See section SETUP AS MASTER
OR SLAVE)
•
If it is connected to another scale, check:
- that there is only one master scale in the entire section.
- that there is only one address for all the slaves within the
same section.
- that the communication leads are connected correctly.
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THERE IS NO COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE SCALE
AND THE COMPUTER
• Check the connections in the scales
• Check the Ethernet communication in section Ethernet
communication parameters
• Check the group number in section GROUP
THERE IS NO COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SCALES
•
Check the connections in the scale
•
Check the set-up and address of the MASTER scale in
section SETUP AS MASTER-OR SLAVE.
15.1.3. Problems with articles
The following error messages and problems can arise in relation
to the programming and use of PLU’s:
ERROR PLU
• The pressed key has not been programmed with any PLU.
See section 3.1.1 Creating/Modifying a PLU to program
this key.
ERROR CODE
• When you enter the code, you do not gain access to the
PLU. Check that the direct price function has not been
activated. (See section 2.3.1. DIRECT PRICE)
THE AMOUNT IN EURO DOES NOT APPEAR
• Check section 5.1.3. CONF. TYPE OF RECEIPT in the
MANUAL.
15.1.4. Printing Problems
The following problems and error messages may arise in relation
to the printing of receipts and self-adhesive labels:
THE QUALITY OF THE PRINTING IS NOT UP TO STANDARD
•
Adjust the parameters for contrast in the printer in section.
11.4. PROGRAMMING PRINTING PARAMETERS.
•
Wipe the thermal head with a dry cloth.
THE RECEIPT IS NOT FULLY PRINTED
•
Set the parameter END OF RECEIPT LINES (see section
11.4.2.2 END OF RECEIPT LINES) at a value other than
zero.
THE LABEL IS NOT PRINTED
•
Register the sales assistants. (See
REGISTERING SALES ASSISTANTS)
•
Check that the selected article is registered.
•
Check that the labelling machine is correctly set-up. (See
section 11.4 PRINTING PARAMETERS.
section
4.1
•
Check that the self-adhesive label paper is correctly in place.
THE LABEL IS NOT PRINTED IN THE REQUIRED FORMAT
•
Check the label
4.1..REGISTERING)
format
and
size.
(See
section
THE FIRST LINE OF THE LABEL DOES NOT CORRESPOND
WITH THE PLU
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THE EURO FIELD IS EITHER INCORRECT OR FAILS TO
APPEAR
•
Check section 5.1.3 CONF. TYPE OF RECEIPT in the
MANUAL.
•
Check that the label format incorporates the sections dealing
with the Euro. (See section 9.1.1 PROGRAMMING LABEL
FORMATS).
•
Check the current phase of the EURO. (See section 11.1.7
PROGRAMMING EURO)
LABEL ERROR
• Replace the reel of self-adhesive labels with a new one.
PAPER ERROR
•
Change the thermal paper reel.
15.1.5. Problems with the screen an keyboard
The following problems may arise in relation to the display and the
keyboard:
THE SALES ASSISTANTS’ KEYS DO NOT WORK
•
•
Register the sales assistants. (See section 4.1
REGISTERING SALES ASSISTANTS)
Check that the articles used in the operation are all registered.
THE F3 KEY (FREE PRICE) DOES NOT WORK
•
Set the parameter 08: FREE PRICE to YES (See section
5.1.2.3. FREE PRICE).
A PLU CANNOT BE TRACED BY ITS CODE
•
Check the number of significant figures with which your scale
works: consult section 5.1.7.2 CODE FIGURES
THE ◊ (SUBTOTAL) KEY DOES NOT WORK
•
Enable the subtotal function. See section 5.1.2.8 SUBTOTAL.
15.1.6. Programming Problems
The following difficulties may arise when trying to program the
scale:
THE SCALE CANNOT BE PROGRAMMED
•
Ensure the scale is set up as a MASTER.. (See section
7.4.1.1 .SET UP AS MASTER-OR SLAVE.)
•
Ensure the function you wish to program is activated in the
scale test mode.
If the problem is not solved by following these different possible
solutions, consult the ASSISTANCE BY PHONE section to obtain
the available resources for the support and maintenance of the
scale.
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15.2. COMMUNICATION CONNECTORS
The communication connectors are located on the lower part of the scale. The arrangement and
characteristics of the connectors are as follows.
Connector marked as: ETHERNET
Ethernet Communication
Scanner connection
Powered 5v
Connector marked as: Drawer/Turnomatic
depending model.
Cash drawer
Turnomatic (in hanging models)
15.3. TURNOMATIC
The 500 Range hanging scales have the Turnomatic option. The scales connection is carried out by a
RJJ connector (telephone connector). The cable used will be three-way shielded, having into account the
following schematic connection.
Connector RJ11:
PIN Number
1------------------------------------------UP
5------------------------------------------DOWN
6------------------------------------------COMMON
2 a 4------------------------------------------N.C.
15.4. CASH DRAWER OPENING CABLE
As the same way as the turnomatic hanging scales, the opening drawer cable, the other models, use the
same RJ11 connector. Pin assignment is the following:
ConNector RJ11:
Pin Number
2----------------- GND (negative end of the electromagnet)
3----------------- Indication signal of open cash drawer.
4----------------- +24V (positive end of the electromagnet)
6----------------- Earth connection(Indication signal of closed cash drawer.)
1 y 5---------------- N.C.
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15.5. CHANGE OF PAPER
15.5.1. Changing paper in the printer
To change the paper in the printer, proceed as follows:
• Open the new reel of paper and remove the part containing glue.
• Open the cover. Remove the remains of the paper and the reel holder.
• Use the lever on the right of the printing head to remove pressure from the same (see drawing on
the inside of the printer cover).
• Insert the paper in the slot. Be careful to insert it in the correct slot. Otherwise, the machine will not
be able to detect the paper.
• Turn the lever to its original position.
• Hold σ down until the paper until the paper comes out on the other side of the holder. Then slip the
paper through the slot of the lid.
• Place the holder in the area indicated for that purpose and close the cover.
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15.5.2. Changing paper in the labelling machine
15.5.2.1. Flat Model
Scale 500 Range Model Flat can operate with continuous paper, adhesive labels or continuous adhesive
paper.
A) To replace continuous paper (only ticket):
1. Open the printer and releasing on the right side. Remove the spent roll.
2. Fit the new roll as shown in the photo. Ensure that the heat-sensitive side of the paper is in contact
with the head (if not, receipts will come out blank).
3. Press Shift
and print
in order to place the receipt paper properly.
4. Finally, Close the printer
B) To replace continuous paper (ticket and label models):
• Remove the weighing platform by lifting it from the right as per point 1 above.
• Open the printer and release the paper from the head by working the lock. Remove the spent roll.
• Fit the new roll as shown in the photo. Ensure that the heat-sensitive side of the paper is in contact
with the head (if not, receipts will come out blank).
• Close the printer and fit the weighing platform, reversing the steps in point 1.
(1)
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C) To replace adhesive paper (Labels):
1. Remove the weighing platform by lifting it from the right as described above.
2. Open the printer and release the paper from the head by working the lock. Remove the spent roll.
3. Fit the new roll as shown in the photo. Ensure that the heat-sensitive side of the paper is in contact
with the head (if not, receipts will come out blank).
4. Close the printer and fit the weighing platform, reversing the steps in point 1.
(1)
(2)
(3)
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15.5.2.2. Double Body Model
The scale is fitted with a cartridge system to facilitate the job of changing the paper in the labelling
machine.
1.
Open the front drawer of the machine by pressing the button located on the left hand side of the
machine.
2.
You will then see three green levers. Turn the lever on the right anticlockwise to release the
cartridge.
3.
Remove the cartridge roll to change the paper
Having removed the cartridge, you must open the other two levers in order to remove the old paper holder
and remove the remaining cardboard.
4.
Put the new reel of labels in its place within the cartridge and slip the paper through as shown in the
photograph. Be careful to place the paper on top of the label holder and to line it up with the paper
guide
5.
You then place the top on the cartridge and close the two levers This part is not necessary in the
case of some label formats.
6.
The cartridge looks like that in the photograph.
7.
Last of all, place the cartridge in the scale and turn the lever on the right clockwise.
2
3
4
5
6
7
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15.5.2.3. Flat Star model
The scale is fitted with a cartridge system to facilitate the job of changing the paper in the labelling
machine.
1.
Open the right hand side drawer of the machine
2.
You will then see three blue levers. Turn the lever on the top anticlockwise to release the cartridge.
3.
Remove the cartridge roll to change the paper
Having removed the cartridge, you must open the other two levers in order to remove the old paper holder
and remove the remaining cardboard.
4.
Proceed to change paper as in the previous section (images 4,5,6).
5.
Last of all, place the cartridge in the scale and turn the lever on the top clockwise.
2
3
5
15.5.2.4. Hanging Model
A) To replace continuous paper:
1. Open the cover of the printer. Remove the spent roll.
2. Fit the new roll as shown in the photo. Ensure that the heat-sensitive side of the paper is in contact
with the head (if not, receipts will come out blank).
3. Press Shift
and print
in order to place the receipt paper properly.
4. Finally, Close the printer
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B) To replace adhesive paper :
1. Open the cover of the machine.
2. You will then see three blue levers. Turn the lever on the bottom anticlockwise to release the cartridge.
3. Remove the cartridge roll to change the paper
Having removed the cartridge, you must open the other two levers in order to remove the old paper holder
and remove the remaining cardboard.
4. Put the new reel of labels in its place within the cartridge and slip the paper through as shown in the
photograph. Be careful to place the paper on top of the label holder and to line it up with the paper guide
5. You then place the top on the cartridge and close the two levers. This part is not necessary in the case
of some label formats.
6. The cartridge looks like that in the photograph.
7. Last of all, place the cartridge in the scale and turn the lever on the bottom clockwise.
2
3
4
5
7
6
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15.6. FORMATS
15.6.1. Label formats
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Table with the different label format size.
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Size
#1
60x60 mm
#2
60x60 mm
#3
60x60 mm
#4
60x60 mm
#5
60x60 mm
#6
60x60 mm
#7
60x60 mm
#8
60x60 mm
#9
60x60 mm
# 10
60x60 mm
# 11
60x60 mm
# 12
60x60 mm
# 13
60x40 mm
# 14
60x40 mm
# 15
60x40 mm
# 16
60x40 mm
# 17
60x40 mm
# 18
60x30 mm
# 19
60x30 mm
# 20
60x75 mm
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15.6.2. Voucher formats
The voucher formats are related to the format of labels carrying totals as can be appreciated in the chart
below:
LEVEL 1 TOTALS LABEL
FORMATS
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1 (60x60mm)
13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19
2 (60x40mm)
17
3 (60x40mm)
21 to 60
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15.7. KEYBOARDS
15.7.1. Formats
The keyboards differ according to the model of the scale. Therefore, the arrangement of the keys varies.
Below is an illustration of the keyboards of the different models.
STAR
S-540
S-545
S-547
Keys
Vendors
Keys
Vendors
Keys
Vendors
Flat Receipt
-
-
75
20
--
--
Pole Receipt
-
-
135
20
-
-
Hanging ABS
105
20
105
20
105
20
Hanging Stainless Steel
105
20
105
20
105
20
Double Body
105
20
140
20
105
20
15.7.2. Key Options
Depending on the scale’s model there are different key options.
STAR
S-540
S-545
S-457
Assisted*
105
75 - 135 - 105 - 140
105
Self service
--
100 - 150 - 208
--
* The Number of keys is different depending on the model see Section 14.7.1. Formats
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Vendors
(S-545)
105 Keys
STAR
140 Keys
Flat Receipt
Hanging ABS / Hanging Stainless Steel / Double Body
20
Vendors
(S-540, S-545
and S-547)
20
Vendors
(S-545)
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75 Keys
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15.8. DISPLAY
According to the scale model. There are different options and display characteristics.
TFT Colour
Blue XXL
Blue L
K Superlux
Display
All models
Of the series
Star
All models
Of the series
Star
All models
Of the series
Star
Only for
double-body
models of
the series
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16.BACK-UP AND RESTORE (LBS)
Use LBS (Load Backup System) software to make a back up copy of the scale or for loading programmed
data.
The following screen will display once the program is run:
Enter the PC’s IP address as well as the IP address of the scale or scales you are working with.
Then you can make back-up copies of the scale (Backup) and restore the scale system using one saved
previously in the event that is has failed (Restore).
16.1. BACKUP COPY
In order to make a backup copy of a scale, enter its IP address and then click on
.
The scale must be in LBS MODE (menu 5 3 5 of the scale). Otherwise it will display error and fail to make
any backup copy.
Once the program has finished making the backup copy, it will be automatically saved in the following
route: C:\Archivos de programa\DFS\LBS\Backups
Click on
if you wish to consult the contents of a backup copy.
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16.2. RESTORE FILE (RESTORE)
In order to restore a file in the scale, select the file to be restored and click on
Click on
restore it.
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17.BLUE GRAPHIC DISPLAY
17.1. INTRODUCTION
This is a backlighted matrix graphic display with blue background and white dots with a resolution of 240 x
64 pixels.
The general management of the scale is exactly the same as the version with alphanumeric display. The
graphic interface is a "Shell" which aim is being more friendly and easier to handle the scale.
17.2. WEIGHT SCREEN
There are several selectable weight screens. Some have more elements than others (with or without tare,
one or two lines of PLU Name, with or without vendors indicators...):
List icons of the weight screen:
Empty battery
• Low Battery
With sufficient battery power
Full battery
Zero weight
Stable weight
Minimum weight
Net weight (no tare)
PC Connection
No connection to the PC
Connect with other scales
Current step indicator
Slave indicator scale
Master indicator scale
Item locked (Weight, Price, Tare)
Scale in Label mode
Scale in Ticket mode
SHIFT key pressed
No paper
There are memorizations of vendors
Discount in line mode
Mode decrease in price
Mode price increase
Multiplication Mode
Indicator of unread SMS messages
17.2.1. Weight screen formats
There are these weight display formats that are activated by the keyboard shortcut: Shift, F4 long (wait
until the second beep).
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17.2.1.1.
Format 1
17.2.1.2.
Format 2
17.2.1.3.
Format 3
Complete weight classic screen with logo section and optional analogue clock.
Complete weight classic screen with vendors and subtotal indicator.
"Retro" Weight Screen with simulated needle weight indicator, without tare, without vendors icons (with
open tickets icon) and with subtotal indicator.
17.2.1.4.
Weight screen with big digits, without tare and without vendors.
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17.3. MENUS
The menus are implemented with a tree structure, being able to low levels pressing the key TOTAL or the
menu associated number, and level up pressing MENU. Press the MENU button for 2 seconds and you
exit the menu mode directly.
Direct access number. Indicates the key sequence
to access the current menu.
Menu Number. You can access it directly pressing the
number directly on the numeric keypad.
Scroll bar. Indicates the depth of the current
menu.
Selected item. Accessed pressing TOTAL (*)
The last levels of the menus show the settings values:
Setting options. If you press the C key
the different adjust options are
selected. If you press TOTAL, you
enter in the setup screen with complete
options.
Adjust YES or NO. Press the C or TOTAL to
change the value.
Numerical adjustment. Click TOTAL to change the
value
Complete options adjust screen. Press C to change
the value and TOTAL to accept
Numeric adjust screen. Shows the
minimum, maximum and default
Adjust text display
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17.4. ITEM DETAILS
Once entered the code number item, you access to the saved item detail (if it existed) or a new item detail
(if it did not exist):
Code, name and PLU
Logo associated section.
Item fields with their values. The values can be
directly edited.
Icon Article Type:
Weight
Unit
Fix weight
Return
Percentage Tare
17.5. VENDORS
In the register screen you can only register vendors and you can only edit the vendors that are not
registered yet. To change the values of a registered vendor you must remove first and the register it
again. The registration and remove screens are similar.
Selected vendor
List of potential vendors. The vendors without icon
are free to be registered.
Those that have an icon are already registered:
Normal registration
Locked
In training mode
Order mode
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17.6. LABEL FORMAT EDITION
Enter the desired format.
Selected settings field
The Fields List that compose the label. Select
them using the + and -
Indicator of the selected font.
17.7. TOTAL SCREENS
The sales operation is exactly the same as the alphanumeric version.
Current payment mode.
Articles and vendor Number
Change-delivered indicador
activated
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Selected payment mode Icons:
Cash
Cheque
Card
Account
Others
Programmable
17.8. SUBTOTAL SCREENS
Use the + and
Weight, price and amount of
the line.
Type icon, code and reviewed item
name.
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Tickets reopening menu.
17.9. NEW DISPLAY SETUP MENU
There is a new menu to set the new parameters of the graphic display. You access pressing
MENU-> 3 ->8.
17.9.1. Display Standby [ 3 8 1 ]
Weight screen in standby.
17.9.2. Logo initialization [ 3 8 2 ]
The logo which appears in the weight screen.
17.9.3. Display load [ 3 8 3 ]
We can introduce the different formats of screens weight.
17.9.4. Clock section logo [ 3 8 4 ]
We can introduce the clock instead the logo in the weight screens.
17.10. WARNING SCREENS
During the scale operative can appear warning screens:
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The icons indicate the level of importance or the type of window:
Warning. Indicates that an action is required or that you should pay attention to something.
Error. An error occurred during the operation.
Information. These are informative messages.
Question. It asks for an answer to an event.
Password. It is necessary to introduce a password to continue.
17.11. STANBY SCREEN
Besides the advertisement, there is now a standby screen that is activated when there is no activity in the
machine for a while.
The inactivity time is configurable from the new menu MENU
(3.8.1).
Settings
The display shows an analog clock and the date and time in digital.
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18. APPENDIX ON BATTERIES
Comparison between models with batteries and models without battery:
MODELS WITHOUT BATTERY
MODELS WITH BATTERY
Reference
Characteristics
Reference
Characteristics
4519006600
(MHFADIB6)
Without battery
charger
451100110000
(MHKFABAT1)
It includes a battery charger
Printer interface
4509012300
For DIBAL printer
4509013000
Printing Unit
49-1757
24V
105
EPSON 7,5 V
Batteries
----
It does not have any
FG2072112VFIAMM
ó
FGH20502FIAMM
1 x 12V / 7,2Ah
ó
1 x 12V / 5Ah
Connection to
electrical supply
----
Cable
----
Cable without switch
Switches
1
Power switch
1
20
Power Source
For EPSON printer
When the scale is connected to the electricity supply, regardless of whether it is switched on or
off, the battery is charging.
WARNING:
In order to charge the battery, the scales with internal battery remain connected to the
electricity supply even though the switch is off. Disconnect the cable of the mains supply of the
scale from the electrical socket if the scale needs to be opened or manipulated.
18.1. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SCALES WITH BATTERIES
The performance of the batteries depends on a number of factors, including the configuration of the
backlighting and operation. Switch off backlighting to increase battery life.
New batteries or batteries that have been stored for long periods of time may need a longer time to
charge.
Over a long period of time, batteries gradually lose their capacity to charge and need longer times to
recharge. This is normal. If you charge the battery on a regular basis and you notice that the working
period is decreasing or charging time is longer, you will probably need to buy a new battery.
Avoid charging the batteries in conditions when there is little air.
Keep the battery at room temperature or at a similar temperature when charging.
Never expose batteries to temperatures below -10°C or above 45°C.
Do not use a damaged charger or battery.
Do not throw the batteries into fire.
Do not short circuit a battery. A short circuit may be caused accidentally when a metallic object
(coin, clip or pen) creates a direct connection between the + and – poles of the battery (battery`s metal
strips). Making a short circuit with the poles could damage the battery or the object which is connected,
and could give rise to a fire.
Dispose of the batteries according to local regulations (for example, in relation to recycling). Do
not dispose of batteries with domestic rubbish.
In the case of an external battery, make sure that it is 12V and check the polarity.
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18.2. WORKING MODES OF THE 500 SERIES BATTERY
Depending on whether the scale is connected to the electricity supply source or not, regardless of whether
it is switched on or not, or during operation, the scale is in one of the following states:
‘0’ – cable disconnected, with the scale switched off: it is not being charged.
‘1’ - cable connected, with the scale switched off: it is being charged
‘2’ - cable disconnected, with the scale switched on: battery fed, it is being used up.
‘3’ - cable connected, with the scale switched on: mains supply, it is being charged.
18.3. BATTERY CONTROL PARAMETERS
The 500 RANGE battery models offer a parameter (BATTERY CONTROL) which allows you to select
consumption mode in which the battery will operate.
There are three possible values for this parameter:
0: Operation with no saving in consumption.
1: Operation with average savings in consumption.
2: Operation with maximum savings in consumption.
By default, the battery control parameter of the battery models of scale is set to 1. If the scale is not a
battery model, this parameter does not exist.
18.4. OPERATION DEPENDING ON THE BATTERY CONTROL PARAMETER
VALUE
18.4.1. Battery control to 0 (default mode)
There is no saving in battery. The scale consumes the same as a scale operating without batteries.
18.4.2. Battery control to 1(default mode)
There is average saving in battery.
The Backlight operates in timer mode, with a NON-MODIFIABLE timing of 10 seconds, in such a way
that, if there are no variations in the weight on the tray or in key pressing in this period of time, the
backlight switches off.
The RS-232 and USB Interfaces deactivate their power supply circuits. There is no serial
communication.
18.4.3. Battery control to 2
There is maximum savings in battery life.
The Backlight switches off and cannot switch itself on.
The Ethernet Controller disables itself and there are no Ethernet connections or communication to
M/S or PC.
The RS-232 and USB Interfaces disable their power supply circuits. There is no serial
communication.
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18.5. MESSAGES AND INDICATORS IN BATTERY-RUN SCALE
18.5.1. Messages and indicator of battery load
When operating, the battery scale shows its status in relation to the battery through:
1. Messages: which appear on the display to indicate status, changes in status, alarms, etc.
2. Battery load indicator: battery icon on the display made up of segments. The segments are: a
contour icon in the shape of a battery containing 3 segments to indicate the load level.
The alarm messages display on the weighing screen only when it is in operation mode 2. (Cable disconnected,
scale on)
The battery indicator only displays on the weighing screen and disappears from all others. (Menus and
submenus, total cashier, discount on total, two forms of payment, etc.)
The battery-related messages that display on booting up the scale appear following the countdown and
will display for a few seconds the percentage of battery life in the following way:
“BATTERIE X%” where X is the battery level in %.
18.5.2. Messages and indicator depending on operation status
In the following table, we can see the different charge status that are shown on the screen, depending on
the segments, either the one which looks like a battery or the three little lines.
INDICATIONS OF BATTERY LEVEL
LEVEL
BATTERY CHARGE
100
Charge>= 100%
ICON
Contour of battery icon
Segments
Contour of battery icon
90
100% > Charge >= 90%
60
90% > Charge >= 60%
Segments
Contour of battery icon
Segments
30
Contour of battery icon
60% > Charge >= 30%
Segments
10
30% > Charge >= 10%
Contour of battery icon
Segments
0
Charge < 10 %
Contour of battery icon
Segments
ONLY BATTERY
Fixed
3 (optional blinking)
ON
3 segments ON
ON
2 segments ON
ON
1 segment ON
ON
All segments OFF
Blinking
All segments OFF
With the mains cable connected. The battery-shaped contour icon is switched on and the 3 segments
display a scan (
).
When the load is less than 30%, a BATTERY LOW alarm message displays. (Flashing for several seconds)
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When the load is below 10%, a BATTERY VERY LOW alarm message displays. (Flashing for several seconds)
18.5.3. Messages in operating mode changes
These messages flash for several seconds when the change from one status to another is detected.
When the scale is booted in battery mode only and when it is switched from mains to battery only the
percentage of battery life remaining in the scale, the “BATTERY X%” message, displays on the
weighing and operation screen.
When the scale is booted with the cable connected to the mains and when it is switched from battery
mode only to the mains, the “MAINS” message displays on the weighing and operation screen.
18.6. ANTI BLACK-OUT BATTERY
The Gama 500 of scales has an option of a safety system with a battery for power cuts (anti black-out).
In the event of a power cut, the battery allows the scale to work temporarily until power has been restored.
Battery charge indicators are the same as the indicators on the models with long-life batteries, except in
icon.
the case of scales with graphic display, in which the electrically powered indicator uses the
If you want to connect an external battery to the scales with the anti black-out battery, it must be a 24 VDC
battery.
18.7. OPERATION WITH EXTERNAL BATTERY
•
•
Messages
The scale shows the type of power:
o BATTERY
Battery load indicator:
Not shows any indication of battery.
In models with extended battery, external battery must be of 12VDC.
In models with Anti-Blackout battery, external battery must be of 24VDC.
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19.EAN/CODE 128 APPENDIX
19.1. PROGRAMMING
To select the origin of the EAN-128, the EAN128 “Format” setting must be programmed (Menu 3.6.8) to
one of the following values:
- 0: the Global EAN will be printed.
- 1: the section EAN will be printed.
- 2: the article EAN will be printed.
If a Section EAN or an article EAN is selected and they are not programmed, the Global EAN will be
printed.
If the Global EAN is not programmed, nothing will be printed.
To be able to print an EAN/CODE 128 the label field 54 must be added. You can then have an
EAN/CODE 128 and an EAN13 on the same label at the same time.
19.2. PROGRAMMING THE GLOBAL EAN/CODE
It is found in menu 7.1.8.11 (DATA -> DATA -> PROGRAMMABLE EAN -> EAN128 GL FORM.
A total space of 128 characters is available.
19.3. PROGRAMMING THE SECTION EAN/CODE
It can be found in Menu 4.3 (TEXTS -> SECTIONS). Press X until you access the EAN128 field of each
section. Press any editing key (numbers or letters, arrows) to access the EAN/CODE 128 editor.
An EAN128 has the following structure:
START + FNC1+ AI→DATA + AI→DATA+..........
EXAMPLE OF EAN 128:
This barcode was programmed as follows:
START B + FNC1 + AI
+ DATA +
AI
+ DATA
( ◊ + 2) + ( ◊ + 7) + (10 ) + (12345678901234567890) + (11) + (110201)
In this example, the machine batch number is 12345678901234567890. If the batch number has less
than 20 characters, the FNC 1 character must be entered at the end of the field.
( ◊ + 2) + ( ◊ + 7) + (10 ) + (1234567890 + ( ◊ + 7)) + (11) + (110201)
If the batch number contains letters as well as numbers, the EAN 128 must be edited so that it occupies
the least possible space.
If, for example, the batch number is: ABCD1234
In this case the best form of programming would be:
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( ◊ + 2) + ( ◊ + 7) + (10 ) + (ABCD + ( ◊ + 6) + 1234+ ( ◊ + 7)) + (11) + (110201)
In this case, the EAN 128 is commenced with a set of B characters because there are capital letters in the
data (set A could also be used at the beginning). As there are digits after the letters, and there are an
even number of digits, set C is then used.
It is posible to star with the A set. As there are digits after the letters, and there are an even number of
digits, set C is then used.
There is a total space of 48 characters for each section.
19.4. PROGRAMMING THE ARTICLE EAN/CODE
It can be found in MENU 1 (ARTICLES) in the article data sheet.
Press any editing key (numbers or letters, arrows…) to access the EAN/CODE 128 editor.
The EAN/CODE 128 will use the space of Texts 8, 9 and 10 as specified in the TEXTS YES/NO field:
- NO: There will be no article texts, so there will be no EAN/CODE 128.
- YES: there are article texts but there is no EAN/CODE 128 in them. There are up to 10 article
texts
- YES EAN128 24c: There is an EAN128 with 24 characters and 9 article Texts.
- YES EAN128 48c: There is an EAN128 with 48 characters and 8 article Texts.
- YES EAN128 72c: There is an EAN128 with 72 characters and 7 article Texts.
Depending on the value selected,
more or fewer article Texts will
display as available.
A24-character EAN prevents the use
of Text 10.
A 48-character EAN prevents the use
of Texts 9 and 10.
A 72-character EAN prevents the use
of texts 8, 9 and 10.
19.5. PROGRAMMING OF THE EAN/CODE 128 IN THE TOTAL RECEIPT
In order to print an EAN/CODE 128 on the total receipt, you need to program a receipt format MENU 6 1
1 which allows you to modify the parameters (format 2 or 3) and set the “bar code field to 2”.
- 0: It prints an EAN 8.
- 1: It prints an EAN 13.
- 2: It prints an EAN/CODE 128.
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19.6. EAN/CODE 128 EDITOR
The editor automatically detects if an EAN or a CODE 128 is being programmed depending on the control
characters that are being used.
The total available space varies depending on the type of EAN/CODE that is being programmed, section
or article).
The set of characters A allows block capitals and numbers.
The set of characters B allows block capitals and lower-case letters and numbers.
The set of characters C only allows numbers and these must ALWAYS be even. It is up to the user to
make sure that the set of characters C includes an EVEN number of characters or the format will not be
correct.
Editing keys:
-
+ , - , F1 and F2: Cursor. It moves forward and back along the edit chain. In the case of keys
+ and -, a keystroke of over 1 second takes the cursor to the end of the edit chain.
X: If an EAN is being programmed it will move the cursor to the beginning of the next AI
detected. For this key to work, the EAN format programmed must be correct.
MENU: to quit the editor WITHOUT accepting changes.
* (Total): to quit the editor after accepting changes.
PRINT: It prints a programming help list. If you press this key for over 1 second, a list of the
AIs implemented and the possible replacement letters will be printed.
◊ (Subtotal): It inserts a control character. After pressing this key, you have two seconds to
press one of the following numeric keys:
1: Inserts character START A.
2: Inserts character START B.
3: Inserts character START C.
4: Inserts character CHANGE A.
5: Inserts character CHANGE B.
6: Inserts character CHANGE C.
7: Inserts character FCN1.
8: Inserts character STOP.
Edition Rules:
- For a CODE/EAN 128 to be detected as correct, it must contain one of the START characters as
the first character.
- For an EAN128 to be valid, it must contain a FCN1 character after the START character.
- If there are no FCN1 characters, it will be considered a CODE 128 and there will be no detection
of AIs.
- Detection of AIs will only be possible if the standards of EAN128 format and size of the data of each AI
programmed are observed.
- Although AIs are not detected or the format is detected as erroneous, the chain can be recorded and
used, but it does not ensure that the resulting barcode or the format will be accepted by the scanner and it
is possible that no barcode is printed.
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Alphanumeric Display
Number of current AI.
Interpreting the current AI.
Format of current AI.
Maximum size
Position of the cursor
Type of chain detected EAN or
CODE
Control characters:
START characters
FCN1 character
CHANGE characters
STOP character
Graphic Display
Current AI number
Format Indicator:
Current AI format.
Interpreting the current AI.
Current AI name
Correct format
Incorrect format
Maximum
size
and
position of the cursor
Type of chain detected EAN or
CODE
AI indicator detected
Control characters:
START characters
FCN1 character
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19.7. INTERPRETING APPLICATION IDENTIFIERS (AI)
AI is a number representing the application identifier (field on the barcode), that is, specifying the data to
be represented in the EAN128.
If an IA is recognised in the cursor position, the format number recognised, the AI field name (only on
graphic screen) and the format that the field must meet will be specified.
The formats can be numeric or alphanumeric and can be of fixed or variable length:
The indicators can be:
n: indicating a number of NUMERIC characters.
a: indicating a number of ALPHANUMERIC characters.
. : the point before the number indicates that it is a variable length field.
The format has two pairs of letters and numbers. The first pair indicates the number and type of
characters of the AI part. And the second pair indicates the number and type of characters of the data
part.
Examples:
n2n6: It is an AI with 2 AI numbers and 6 Data numbers.
Example: 17121212. AI 12 DATA 121212
n2a.20: It is an AI with 2 AI numbers and up to 20 Data numbers or letters.
E.g.: 10000000129873ABC (Fcn1). AI 10 DATOS 000000129873ABC (Fcn1)
In this case, only 15 of the 20 possible characters have been used. This is possible as the field is
of variable length (as indicated by the point before the 20).
These fields must end with a FCN1 provided that all the characters of the format (20 in this case)
are not used.
n4n6: It is an AI with 4 AI numbers and 6 Data numbers.
E.g.: 3103HHHHHH. AI 3103 DATA HHHHHH.
Even though it is a numeric field, you can use the replacement letters which will be substituted by
numbers during printing. In this case, H = Weight.
See AI tables recognised by the scale and possible replacement letters.
Replacement letters:
Letter
A
B
C
D
E
Representation
Group Number
Receipt Number
Item Code
Employee Code
Sum Total for Receipt
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G
H
I
K
Representation
Sum sign
No. of articles
Weight
VAT type
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Letter
Representation
N
T
X
Team no.
Label no.
Price.
Y
Total secondary Currency
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Table of recognised AIs:
IA
CONTENTS
FORMAT
00
01
02
10
11 (a)
13 (a)
15 (a)
17 (a)
20
21
22
23 (b)
30
310 (c)
311 (c)
312 (c)
313 (c)
314 (c)
315 (c)
316 (c)
320 (c)
330 (c)
331 (c)
332 (c)
333 (c)
334 (c)
335 (c)
336 (c)
340 (c)
37
400
Series Code from Dispatch Depart.
EAN item number / Issue Dept. Code
EAN item number of products contained in another dept.
Batch or consignment number
Date of manufacture (YYMMDD)
Date packed (YYMMDD)
Minimum expiry date (YYMMDD)
Maximum expiry date (YYMMDD)
Product variety
Number of series
HIBCC – quantity, date, batch and connection
Consignment number (temporary use)
Variable quantity
Net weight in kilograms
Length or first measurement in metres (commercial)
Width, diameter or second measurement in metres (commercial)
Depth, Thickness, Height or third measurement in metres (commercial)
Area in square metres (Commercial)
Net volume in litres
Net volume in cubic metres
Net weight in pounds
Net weight in kilograms
Length or first measurement in metres (logistics)
Width, diameter or second measurement in metres (logistics)
Depth, Thickness, Height or third measurement in metres (logistics)
Area in square metres (logistics)
Gross volume in litres
Gross volume in cubic metres
Gross weight in pounds
Quantity
Customer order number
Dispatch to (delivery to) operational point using EAN-13 or DUNS number (Dun & Bradstroet) with
initial zeros
Invoice to (charge to account) operational point using EAN-13 or DUNS number (Dun Bradstreet)
with initial zeros
Purchased from (operational point where purchase was made) using EAN-13 or DUNS number
Dispatch to (delivery to) postcode within the same Postal Authority
Dispatch to (delivery to) postcode with 3-digit ISO country prefix
Coiled products – width, length, nuclear diameter, direction and joins
Electronic Series Number for Cellular Mobile Phones
Internal Applications
Internal – Raw Material, Packing, Components
Internal – Raw Material, Packing, Components
Internal – Product Manufacturers
Internal – Product Manufacturers
Internal – Carriers
Internal – Carriers
Internal – Wholesalers and retailers
Internal – Wholesalers and retailers
Internal – Mutually defined text
n2+nl8
n2+nl4
n2+nl4
n2+an..20
n2+n6
n2+n6
n2+n6
n2+n6
n2+n2
n2+an..20
n2+an..29
n3+n..l9
n2+n..8
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n2+n..8
n3+an..30
410
411
412
420
421
8001
8002
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
-
(a): To indicate year and month alone, DD can be completed with "00".
(b): one extra digit to indicate length,
(c): one extra digit to indicate the decimal point..
nx is a field with x digits.
ax x is an alphanumerical field with a maximum of x characters.
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n3+n13
n3+n13
n3+n13
n3+an..9
n3+n3+an..9
n4+n14
n4+an..20
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
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20. LINERLESS APPENDIX
The “LINERLESS” system uses for printing a special type of adhesive thermal paper without backpaper.
20.1. MODELS
The 500 series scales equipped with the “LINERLESS” option can also print standard continuous paper or
adhesive continuous labels just changing the labels cassette.
The option “Linerless” is available only in the scales Mistral, Tornado and Star which include the labels
cassette.
20.2. LABELLING ASSEMBLY
The “Linerless” labelling assembly includes the following changes:
•
•
New labels transport silicone roll, different to the standard one
New cassette, without backpaper rewinder.
20.2.1. LINERLESS CASSETTE
The labels cassette in models “Linerless” has a special design, different to the standard one.
The main differences between the linerless cassette and the standard one are the following:
The closing system for paper roll and the clip for selection of paper width are red coloured.
There is not backpaper rewinder.
Standard Cassettes
Linerless Cassette
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20.2.2. INCOMPATIBILITIES
The scales with linerless printing assembly can also print: standard labels (with backpaper), adhesive
continuous paper (with backpaper) and continuous paper (non adhesive).
The scales with standard labelling assembly can’t print in Linerless paper.
20.3. CONFIGURATION
To activate the printing with linerless paper, it is necessary to access the configuration menu, Type of
Paper, as follows:
Press MENU during 2 seconds.
Press 7 4 1 5
The possible values are:
‘0’ – Adhesive labels.
‘1’ – Continuous paper without rewinder
‘2’ – Continuous paper with rewinder
‘3’ – Linerless.
Select the option 3 and press ∗ to save.
Press MENU to exit.
20.4. RECOMMENDATIONS OF USE
Program the printing contrast with a value of 5 or higher.
Adjust the position of the clip for selecting paper width in order to avoid paper shift during the printing.
Clean the thermal head more frequently (at least once per week).
Never use metallic elements for cleaning the thermal head.
Avoid long periods of storage of the linerless paper because it could damage and cause a wrong
functioning of printing.
Remove the linerless paper from the scale in case of a long period of inactivity.
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21.COLOUR GRAPHIC DISPLAY APPENDIX
21.1. CHARACTERISTICS
The Star series scales can come equipped with 7”TFT displays, ensuring enhanced picture quality and
the chance to display advertising images and messages.
Technical characteristics:
• 7” TFT
• 800x480 resolution
• Active area: 152.4 x 91.4mm
• Viewing angle: 6 o´clock.
Functional characteristics:
• Buyer-seller display.
• Dual body formats, flat-tower and hanging.
• Up to 200 full-screen advertising and promotion images. Maximum size 800x480 pixels.
• Up to 2000 PLU-associated images. Maximum size 210x210 pixels.
21.2. FEATURES IN COLOUR VERSION OPERATION
STAR scales with 7” TFT display offer a series of improvements in operation as a result of enhanced
picture quality and the display’s graphic possibilities which allow for the display of icons or help text on the
screen for the user.
Below are some examples of the information presented on the 7” display in different working and
programming operations.
21.3. BUYER-SELLER DISPLAYS
The possibility to display the product image on the buyer display and the possibility to display advertising
on both displays.
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Product
Maximum
pixels.
Image.
210x210
Advertising
Maximum
pixels.
Image.
800x480
21.3.1. PRODUCT DATA SHEET
Given the display`s greater resolution, more information on the product can be viewed on screen.
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21.3.2. REVIEW OF THE RECEIPT
When a receipt needs to reviewed with the subtotal key, you can view up to 5 lines of the receipt on the
same screen.
21.3.3. QUICK PRICE CHANGE
If you wish to make a quick price change, press the product’s direct key for two seconds and the scale will
show the product code, its price and the associated image
21.3.4. ADDING CASHIERS
When adding cashiers, the scale displays an icon over the cashier number in order to indicate the cashier
in working mode.
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21.3.5. DELETING A RECEIPT
When deleting a receipt, the scale will display the following screen:
21.3.6. PASSWORD
At the access password programming menu, the scale displays this screen for programming said
passwords.
21.3.7. PAYMENT METHODS
In the event of using more than one payment method in the receipt, the scale displays a help screen
with the different possible payment methods together with the payment methods used.
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22. IMAGES ON THE COLOUR DISPLAY
22.1. INTRODUCTION
In Gama 500 scales with 7” TFT displays it is possible to load up to 200 advertising images, with a
maximum resolution of 800x400 pixels, and 2000 images of products with a maximum resolution of
210x210 pixels.
22.2. LOADING IMAGES
The product images can be loaded:
•From the PC using DFS software
•From the scale’s USB port by importing a backup file with images.
The product images can be loaded:
•From the PC using DFS software
•From the PC using the software for Creating CDA Screens.
•From the scale’s USB port by importing a backup file with images.
22.2.1. Product Images
22.2.1.1. Load via DFS
The product images are loaded in the scale from the Logos menu, by selecting the “Adding section
logo” option.
On selecting an origin image, irrespective of its size, the DFS software processes it and processes it
to send it to the scale as the product logo.
Once the logos are selected, they are sent to the scale using the Send via DFS option.
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If you do not wish to forward directly to the scales, select the “Generate File” option. This option
creates two files which contain the logos in the folder where the DFS is installed (for example,
C:\Program Files (x86)\DFS\).
TX_Logos.txt
TheTX_Logos.txt file can be sent to the scales using the Send File option in the DFS main menu.
TX_LogosUSB.bck
The TX_LogosUSB.bck file is a backup file including images which can be imported to the scale from
the scale’s “Load Data” menu (Menu 5-5-1).
22.2.1.2. Programming products in DFS
In the product’s Datos3 tab, you can select one of the programmed images as the product logo in the
“Colour Logo” field.
22.2.1.3. Load via USB
In order to load the images in the scale, you must import a backup file created from the DFS
(TX_LogosUSB.bck) from the USB port to the scale using the “Load Data” menu (the scale’s Menu 55-1).
22.2.2. Advertising Images
22.2.2.1. Load via DFS
The product images are loaded in the scale from the Logos menu, by selecting the Adding Start
Logo/Advertising option.
On selecting an origin image, irrespective of its size, the DFS software processes it and processes it
to send it to the scale as the product logo.
Once the logos are selected, they are sent to the scale using the Send via DFS option.
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If you do not wish to forward directly to the scales, select the “Generate File” option. This option
creates two files which contain the logos in the folder where the DFS is installed (for example,
C:\Program Files (x86)\DFS\).
TX_Logos.txt
TheTX_Logos.txt file can be sent to the scales using the Send File option in the DFS main menu.
TX_LogosUSB.bck
The TX_LogosUSB.bck file is a backup file including images which can be imported to the scale from
the scale’s “Load Data” menu (Menu 5-5-1).
In this case, the sequence of images shown on enabling advertising is programmed directly in the
scale from Menu 3-8-7-2 (Image Sequence)
22.2.2.2. Load from CDA (Colour Display Advertising) Software
The CDA application allows you to design advertising screens and send them to the scale using the
Send Images option.
The CDA application is started from the Menu: DFS software Texts-Advertising-Colour. It allows you
to design advertising screens and program the sequence of images that will display on the scale.
22.2.2.3. Load via USB
To load the images in the scale, import a backup file with Advertising images created using DFS
(TX_LogosUSB.bck) from the USB port to the scale through the “Load Data” Menu (scale’s Menu 5-51).
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22.3. CONFIGURING ADVERTISING ON THE SCALE
INTRODUCTION
Follow these steps in order to configure advertising in the Star-Color scale:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Enable Advertising
Select the displays on which it is to be displayed.
Program the Sequence of Images.
Select the Initial Image of the Sequence.
Program the exposure time of the images.
Having carried out these steps, the advertising will display when there is no weight on the dish and no
activity in the scale (keys, etc.).
ENABLING ADVERTISING (3.7.4)
Press MENU for 2 seconds. The scale will access programming mode.
Press 3 7 4. The scale will display the value of the timing of the Advertising (a value between 0 and 5).
Enter a value from 1 to 5 (for example, 1) and press *
Press MENU for 2 seconds in order to quit normal working mode
SELECTING DISPLAYS (3.8.6)
Press MENU for 2 seconds. The scale will access programming mode.
Press 3 8 6. The scale will display the configuration of displays on the screen. Use the F1 and F2 keys
to position yourself on the configuration of the required display and press *.
Press MENU for 2 seconds in order to quit normal working mode
PROGRAMMING THE SEQUENCE OF IMAGES (3.8.7.2)
Press MENU for 2 seconds. The scale will access programming mode.
Press 3 8 7. 2. The scale will show the AVAILABLE IMAGES in the screen on the UPPER PART and,
on the LOWER PART, the PROGRAMMED SEQUENCE.
AVAILABLE IMAGES
PROGRAMMED
SEQUENCE
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NAVIGATION:
• Use the F1 and F2 keys to move from AVAILABLE IMAGES to PROGRAMMED
SEQUENCE and vice versa, vertically.
• Use the + and – keys to do so horizontally, within each area.
To ADD AN IMAGE TO THE SEQUENCE:
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•
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Position yourself on AVAILABLE IMAGES.
Use + and – to position yourself on the image you wish to insert
Press * to select the required image. This image will immediately display on the lower part of the
screen (PROGRAMMED SEQUENCE).
To REMOVE AN IMAGE FROM THE SEQUENCE:
•
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Position yourself on PROGRAMMED SEQUENCE.
Use + and – to position yourself on the image you wish to remove
Press C to remove the image
To INSERT AN IMAGE IN A SPECIFIC PART OF THE SEQUENCE:
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•
•
•
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Position yourself on PROGRAMMED SEQUENCE.
Use + and – to move to the position in which you wish to insert the image. The position in which
the image will be inserted in the sequence is indicated by means of two red markers.
Position yourself on AVAILABLE IMAGES.
Use + and – to position yourself on the image you wish to insert
Press * to select the required image. This image will immediately be inserted in the position
selected in the PROGRAMMED SEQUENCE.
To FINALISE PROGRAMMING OF THE SEQUENCE OF IMAGES
Press MENU for 2 seconds in order to quit normal working mode
INITIAL VALUE OF THE SEQUENCE (3.8.7.1)
Press MENU for 2 seconds. The scale will access programming mode.
Press 3 8 7. 1 The scale will show the value of the initial image of the sequence on the screen (A value
between 1 and 200).
Enter a value from 1 to 200 (for example 2) and press *
Press MENU for 2 seconds in order to quit normal working mode
EXPOSURE TIME OF THE IMAGES (3.8.7.3)
Press MENU for 2 seconds. The scale will access programming mode.
Press 3 8 7. 3 The scale will show the time in seconds during which each image will display on the
screen. The minimum value is 1 and the maximum is 60.
Enter a value from 1 to 60 (for example 5) and press *
Press MENU for 2 seconds in order to quit normal working mode
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The information contained in this manual can be changed by the manufacturer without prior notice.
Ref.: 49-M500SEN29
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