Toshiba Scale SL-9000-ESB-X SERIES User manual

Toshiba Scale SL-9000-ESB-X SERIES User manual
TEC Electronic Computing Scale
SL-9000-ESB-X SERIES
Owner’s Manual
ESBX Features
Table of Contents
TOC 2
ESBX OWNER’S MANUAL
Sept. 1999
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................
1.1 APPLICABLE MODEL .....................................................................................................
1.2 ACCESSORIES...............................................................................................................
1-1
1-5
1-5
2. SPECIFICATION.......................................................................................................................
2.1
SCALE ........................................................................................................................
2.2
OPTION ......................................................................................................................
2-1
2-2
2-2
3. APPEARANCE..........................................................................................................................
3-1
4. DISPLAY...................................................................................................................................
4.1
US TYPE.....................................................................................................................
4.2
CA TYPE.....................................................................................................................
4-1
4-1
4-1
5. KEY LAYOUT ...........................................................................................................................
5.1
PROGRAMMING KEYBOARD....................................................................................
5.2
OPERATION KEYBOARD AND SPEED KEYBOARD ................................................
5-1
5-1
5-3
6. PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION......................................................................................
6-1
7. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE.................................................................................................
7-1
8. LEVEL ADJUSTMENT..............................................................................................................
8-1
9. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA..........................................................................
9-1
10. OUTLINE OF OPERATION....................................................................................................... 10-1
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES.............................................................................................
11.1 UNIT PRICE CHANGE................................................................................................
11.2 PLU DATA SETTING ..................................................................................................
11.3 ADDRESS SETTING ..................................................................................................
11.4 PRINT LOCATION......................................................................................................
11.5 DATE/TIME.................................................................................................................
11.6 CMT/PL3....................................................................................................................
11.7 BAR CODE FORMAT.................................................................................................
11.8 SPEED KEY SETTING...............................................................................................
11.9 INGREDIENT MESSAGE............................................................................................
11.10 PLU VERIFYING LABEL.............................................................................................
11-1
11-4
11-5
11-7
11-8
11-12
11-13
11-14
11-14
11-15
11-16
TOC 1
ESBX OWNER’S MANUAL
Sept. 1999
TABLE OF CONTENTS (cont.)
12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS .................................................................
12-1
13. PASSWORD SECURITY .......................................................................................................... 13-1
13.1 SETTING PASSWORD AND PROTECT MENU ......................................................... 13-1
13.2 CALLING MENU BY ENTERING PASSWORD........................................................... 13-3
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES ...................................................................................................
14.1 WEIGHING OPERATION............................................................................................
14.2 FIX PRICE OPERATION (FOR US TYPE ONLY) .......................................................
14.3 BY COUNT OPERATION............................................................................................
14.4 PRINT COUNT OPERATION......................................................................................
14.5 ISSUING LABELS WITH NET WEIGHT STATEMENET (US TYPE ONLY) ................
14.6 TARE/SAVE/VOID FUNCTION PROCEDURES .........................................................
14.7 SELECTING PRINT ITEM AND ADJUSTING THE LCD BRIGHTNESS .....................
14.8 DATE CHANGE ..........................................................................................................
14.9 BATCH PRINT MODE (with 30 items Run Assignment)..............................................
14-1
14-2
14-3
14-4
14-6
14-9
14-11
14-12
14-13
14-14
15. TOTAL OPERATION ................................................................................................................
15.1 HOURLY TOTAL REPORT .........................................................................................
15.2 GRAND TOTAL REPORT...........................................................................................
15.3 PLU TOTAL REPORT.................................................................................................
15-1
15-2
15-2
15-2
16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE ...................................................................................................... 16-1
17. CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD ................................................................................................. 17-1
18. TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................................. 18-1
CAUTION!:
1.
This manual may not be copied in whole or in part without prior written permission.
2.
The contents of this manual may be changed without prior notice.
3.
Please refer to your local Authorized Service representative with regard to any queries you may
have in this manual.
Copyright © 1996
By TEC CORPORATION
All Rights Reserved
1-14-10 Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
Safety Summary
Safety Summary
Personal safety in handling or maintaining the equipment is extremely important. Warnings and Cautions
necessary for safe handling are included in this manual. All warnings and cautions contained in this
manual should be read and understood before handling or maintaining the equipment.
Do not attempt to effect repairs or modifications to this equipment. If a fault occurs that cannot be rectified
using the procedures described in this manual, turn off the power, unplug the machine, then contact your
authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance.
Meanings of Each Symbol
This symbol indicates warning items (including cautions).
Specific warning contents are drawn inside the symbol.
(The symbol on the left indicates a general caution.)
This symbol indicates prohibited actions (prohibited items).
Specific prohibited contents are drawn inside or near the symbol.
(The symbol on the left indicates “no disassembling”.)
This symbol indicates actions which must be performed.
Specific instructions are drawn inside or near the symbol.
(The symbol on the left indicates “disconnect the power cord plug from the outlet”.)
WARNING
Any other than the
specified AC voltage
is prohibited.
Prohibited
Prohibited
Disconnect
the plug.
This indicates that there is the risk of death or serious injury if the
machines are improperly handled contrary to this indication.
Do not use voltages other than the
voltage (AC) specified on the rating
plate, as this may cause fire or
electric shock.
Prohibited
If the machines share the same
outlet with any other electrical
appliances which consume large
amounts of power, the voltage will
fluctuate widely each time these
appliances operate. Be sure to
provide an exclusive outlet for the
machine as this may cause the
machines to malfunction.
Prohibited
Do not insert or drop metal,
flammable or other foreign objects into
the machines through the ventilation
slits, as this may cause fire or electric
shock.
If the machines are dropped or their
cabinets damaged, first turn off the
power switches and disconnect the
power cord plugs from the outlet, and
then contact your authorized
TOSHIBA TEC representative for
assistance. Continued use of the
machine in that condition may cause
fire or electric shock.
Prohibited
Disconnect
the plug.
(i)
Do not plug in or unplug the power
cord plug with wet hands as this may
cause electric shock.
Do not place metal objects or
water-filled containers such as flower
vases, flower pots or mugs, etc. on
top of the machines. If metal objects
or spilled liquid enter the machines,
this may cause fire or electric
shock.
Do not scratch, damage or modify
the power cords. Also, do not place
heavy objects on, pull on, or excessively bend the cords, as this may
cause fire or electrical shock.
Continued use of the machines in an
abnormal condition such as when the
machines are producing smoke or
strange smells may cause fire or electric shock. In these cases, immediately turn off the power switches and
disconnect the power cord plugs from
the outlet. Then, contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for
assistance.
Safety Summary
Disconnect
the plug.
If foreign objects (metal fragments,
water, liquids) enter the machines,
first turn off the power switches and
disconnect the power cord plugs from
the outlet, and then contact your
authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance. Continued
use of the machine in that condition
may cause fire or electric shock.
Disconnect
the plug.
When unplugging the power cords,
be sure to hold and pull on the plug
portion. Pulling on the cord portion
may cut or expose the internal wires
and cause fire or electric shock.
Connect a
grounding
wire.
Ensure that the equipment is
properly grounded. Extension cables
should also be grounded. Fire or
electric shock could occur on
improperly grounded equipment.
No disassembling.
Do not remove covers, repair or
modify the machine by yourself. You
may be injured by high voltage, very
hot parts or sharp edges inside the
machine.
indicates that there is the risk of personal Injury or damage to
CAUTION This
objects if the machines are improperly handled contrary to this indication.
Precautions
The following precautions will help to ensure that this machine will continue to function correctly.
• Try to avoid locations that have the following adverse conditions:
* Temperatures out of the specification
* Direct sunlight
* High humidity
* Shared power source
* Excessive vibration
* Dust/Gas
• Do not subject the machine to sudden shocks.
• Do not press the keys too hard. Keys will operate correctly if they are touched lightly.
• Clean the cover and keyboard, etc. by wiping with a dry cloth or a cloth soaked with detergent and wrung out
thoroughly. Never use thinner or other volatile solvent for cleaning.
• To ensure that the scale is operating correctly, place a known weight on the platter and check it for correct
weight measurement. This should be done every morning before starting normal operations.
• When moving the machine, take hold of the case and lift the machine. Never hold the remote unit.
• Do not place the machines on unstable or slanted surfaces, as they may drop or fall and cause injury.
• USE ONLY TOSHIBA TEC SPECIFIED paper.
• DO NOT STORE the paper or ribbons where they might be exposed to direct sunlight, high temperatures, high
humidity, dust, or gas.
• Ensure the machine is operated on a level surface.
• Any data stored in the memory of the machine could be lost during a machine fault.
• Try to avoid using this equipment on the same power supply as high voltage equipment or equipment likely to
cause mains interference.
• Unplug the machine whenever you are working inside it or cleaning it.
• Keep your work environment static free.
• Do not place heavy objects on top of the machines, as these items may become unbalanced and fall causing
injury.
• Do not block the ventilation slits of the machines, as this will cause heat to build up inside the machines and
may cause fire.
• Do not lean against the machine. It may fall on you and could cause injury.
• Care must be taken not to injure yourself with the printer paper cutter.
• Unplug the machine when it is not used for a long period of time.
Request Regarding Maintenance
•
•
•
Utilize our maintenance services.
After purchasing the machine, contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance once a
year to have the inside of the machine cleaned. Otherwise, dust will build up inside the machines and may
cause a fire or a malfunction. Cleaning is particularly effective before humid rainy seasons.
Our preventive maintenance service performs the periodic checks and other work required to maintain the
quality and performance of the machines, preventing accidents beforehand.
For details, please consult your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance.
Using insecticides and other chemicals
Do not expose the machines to insecticides or other volatile solvents. This will cause the cabinet or other parts
to deteriorate or cause the paint to peel.
(ii)
1. INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION
1.
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the TEC SL-9000-ESB-X Series electronic computing scale.As you will discover,
the TEC SL-9000-ESB-X series has many features and functions designed for user friendliness as well as
complete customer satisfaction.
The 7-segment fluorescent display which indicates transaction information such as weights, unit prices,
total prices, etc. and the liquid crystal display used to display commodity names and programming
messages are provided with the scale. The 70 speed keys realize a higher degree of operability, and
the 3 inch/sec. print speed ensures fast and clear printing.
Password security prevents unauthorized access to the PROG., M.DOWN, REWRAP, READ and
RESET mode.
We believe that your needs will now be fully satisfied, and you will have total reliability in price calculations.
Should you have any questions concerning the scale, please refer to this manual. Be sure to keep this
manual for future reference.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operations of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
(for USA only)
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by manufacturer for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
“This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.”
“Cet appareil numéique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Rèlement sur le matériel
brouilleur du Canada.”
(for CANADA only)
Some procedures described in this manual may be illegal in various state jurisdictions. When there
are optional settings to enable various functions or to disable functions. Please ensure that the optional
settings for scale operation meet the local requirements of weights and measures. If you are uncertain
of specific items, contact the state or county office of weights and measures for clarification.
1-1
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 APPLICABLE
MODEL
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 APPLICABLE MODEL
• SL-9000-30M-ESB-US
• SL-9000-15M-ESB-CA
• SL-9000-15M-ESB-QR
The description of the model number is as follows.
SL-9000-30M-ESB-US
Destination Code
Max. Capacity
30M: 30 lbs (decimal
pound/multi-interval)
ex.) US, CA, QR etc.
Keyboard Type
B: Built-in keyboard
15M: 15 Kg (multi-interval)
Display Type/Other Spec.
Display: Liquid Crystal Display and 7 Segment Dsiplay
Spec.:
Standalone
1.2 ACCESSORIES
Owner's Manual
(EM1-31074)
Remote Display
Speed Key Sheet
Quality Control Report
(US type only)
Print Head Cleaner
(24089500013)
Remote Blind Plate
Sealing Lead
Stranded Wire
Remote Display Sheet Remote Display Sticker
(CA Type only)
(QR Type only)
NOTE: Check that there are no missing or incorrect parts in the accessories.
1-2
2. SPECIFICATION
2.1 SCALE
2.
SPECIFICATION
2.1 SCALE
Item
US
Maximum Capacity
Minimum Scale Division
CA
30 lb
0.005 lb (0~15 lb)
15 Kg (30 lb)
0.002 Kg (0 ~ 6 Kg)
0.005 Kg (6 ~ 15 Kg)
0.005 lb (0 ~ 15 lb)
0.01 lb (15 ~ 30 lb)
1.000 Kg (2.205 lb)
0 ~ 15.025 Kg
(0 ~ 30.05 lb)
$0.01 ~ 99.99
$0.01
0.01 lb (15~30 lb)
QR
15 Kg
0.002 Kg (0~6 Kg)
0.005 Kg (6~15 kg)
Maximum Tare
Display Range
2.000 lb
0 ~ 30.05 lb
Unit Price Presettable
Minimum Price Display
$0.01 ~ 99.99
$0.01
Power Requirement
AC 120 V ± 10%, 60 Hz (US/CA type)
AC 220 V ± 10%, 50/60 Hz (QR type)
US/CA: 70 W, 1 A (Standby: 25 W, 0.4 A)
QR: 70 W, 0.66 A (Standby: 25 W, 0.3 A)
32°F ~ 104°F (0°C ~ 40°C)
35% ~ 85% (No condensation)
Remote display: 18 digits 7 segments Fluorescent display
Liquid Crystal Display: 5x7 dots 16 characters 1 line LCD
5 digits (US/CA type), 5 digits (QR type)
4 digits (US/CA type), 5 digits (QR type)
5 digits(US/CA type), 6 digits (QR type)
Dual sides
560 PLUs (Standard), 240 PLUs when LOGO is available.
Thermal Print Head (2 inch wide)
On-demand/Batch
193 dots/inch (7.6 dots/mm)
3 inch/sec. (76.2 mm/sec.)
1.89 inch (48 mm), 2.24 inch (57 mm)
Power Consumption
Temperature Limits
Relative Humidity
Message Display
Weight
Unit Price
Total Price
Remote Display Mode
Capacity of PLU Memory
Print Head
Media Issue Method
Dot Density
Print Speed
Available Printing Width
Recommended Media
Thermal Label
Variable Length Label
Thermal Receipt
Interface
Dimensions (approx.)
Weight
1.000 Kg
0~15.000 Kg
0~99999
1
VHTS, VLTB (OSP)/Outer diameter: Ø93 mm (Max.)
VHTS, VLTB (OSP)/Outer diameter: Ø90 mm (Max.)
120 FC (RICOH)/Outer diameter: Ø81 mm (Max.)
CMT/PL-3 interface (Program Loader)
17.2 inch (width)x16.8 inch (depth) x 18.7 inch (height)
436 mm (width)x426 mm (depth) x 474 mm (height)
33 lb (15 Kg)
2.2 OPTION
Option Name
Model No.
or Part No.
Label Cassette
OP-9000CASSETTE
Description
It is covenient to change several kinds
of labels.
NOTE: Contact TOSHIBA TEC H.Q. or your nearest TOSHIBA TEC representative.
2-1
Source
See
Note 1
3. APPEARANCE
3.
3. APPEARANCE
APPEARANCE
Main Power Switch
Drawer I/F
Remote Display
CMT/PL-3 I/F
Meat Platter
Power Cord
Right Cover
Adjustable Legs
Speed Keyboard and
Programming Keyboard
Operation Keyboard
Print Head
Level Gauge
Liquid Crystal Display
3-1
4. DISPLAY
4.1 US TYPE
4.
DISPLAY
4.1 US TYPE
• US (UNITED STATES)
CAPACITY WEIGHT
0 ~ 15 lb
15 ~ 30 lb
SL-9000
WEIGHT
lb
%/T NET
e=d
0.005 lb
0.01 lb
PRICE/lb
$
REG. M/D R/W
PREPACK
TOTAL PRICE
X
Z
$
ERROR
4.2 CA TYPE
Since the following two remote display sheets are enclosed with the CA machine, select one and affix
it to the remote display. (Refer to Section 7 How to affix the remote display sheet.)
• CA (CANADA)
CAPACITY WEIGHT
0 ~ 6 Kg
CAPACITÉ 6 ~ 15 Kg
SL-9000
WEIGHT/POIDS
ZERO/ %/T NET
ZERO
kg
e=d
WEIGHT
e=d
0.002 Kg 0 ~ 15 lbs 0.005 lbs
0.005 Kg 15 ~ 30 lbs 0.01 lbs
PRICE/PRIX
lb
$
TOTAL
REG. M/D R/W 100g PREPACK/
X
PRÉ-EMBALLÉ
Z
$
ERROR/
ERREUR
• MX (MEXICO)
WEIGHT
0 ~ 6 Kg
6 ~ 15 Kg
SL-9000
PESO
CERO
kg
NETO
e=d
0.002 Kg
0.005 Kg
TARE
PRECIO UNITARIO $/kg
REG. M/D R/W
4-1
Max. 15 Kg
Min 0.04 Kg
T=-1 Kg
100g FIJO
PRECIO TOTAL
X
Z
$
ERROR
4. DISPLAY
4.3 QR TYPE
4.3 QR TYPE
SL-9000
WEIGHT
0 ~ 6 Kg
6 ~ 15 Kg
e=d
0.002 Kg
0.005 Kg
TARE
T=-1 Kg
Max. 15 Kg
Min 0.04 Kg
A
B
For the QR machine, the following multi-linqual display stickers are provided to adapt machines to
use in various countries. Select one of them and affix it to positions A and B on the remote display. (Refer to Section 7 How to affix the remote display sheet.)
• AG/CL (ARGENTINA/CHILE)
PESO
kg
CERO NETO
$
Affix to position A
REG. M/D R/W 100g FIJO X Z LON LINEA ERROR
Affix to position B
PRECIO UNITARIO $/kg
PRECIO TOTAL
• BN/SG (BRUNEI/SINGAPORE)
WEIGHT
kg
ZERO NET
UNIT PRICE
$/kg
REG. M/D R/W 100g FIX
TOTAL PRICE
$
X Z LON INLINE ERROR
A
B
• IN (INDONESIA)
WEIGHT
kg
ZERO NET
UNIT PRICE
Rp/kg
REG. M/D R/W 100g FIX
TOTAL PRICE
Rp
X Z LON INLINE ERROR
A
B
• MY (MALAYSIA)
WEIGHT
kg
ZERO NET
UNIT PRICE
RM/kg
REG. M/D R/W 100g FIX
TOTAL PRICE
RM
X Z LON INLINE ERROR
A
B
• PH (PHILIPPINES)
WEIGHT
kg
ZERO NET
UNIT PRICE
PHP/kg
REG. M/D R/W 100g FIX
TOTAL PRICE
PHP
X Z LON INLINE ERROR
A
B
• SD (SAUDI ARABIA)
WEIGHT
kg
ZERO NET
UNIT PRICE
S.R./kg
REG. M/D R/W 100g FIX
TOTAL PRICE
S.R.
X Z LON INLINE ERROR
A
B
• TH (THAILAND)
WEIGHT
kg
ZERO NET
UNIT PRICE
BT/kg
REG. M/D R/W 100g FIX
TOTAL PRICE
BT
X Z LON INLINE ERROR
A
B
• ZA (SOUTH AFRICA)
WEIGHT
ZERO NET
kg
UNIT PRICE
R/kg
REG. M/D R/W 100g FIX
TOTAL PRICE
R
X Z LON INLINE ERROR
4-2
A
B
5. KEY LAYOUT
5.1 PROGRAMMING KEYBOARD
5.
KEY LAYOUT
5.1 PROGRAMMING KEYBOARD
SHIFT
SET
NEXT
NEXT
PLU
AUTO
CODE
SEND
RECEIVE
↑
↓
CHANGE DELETE RETURN
PLU
PLU
1/4
ENTER
-
TEST
←
→
DELETE INSERT DELETE
(A)
(B)
1
1/2
"
2
#
3
$
4
%
5
&
6
´
7
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8
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9
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0
*
Q
+
W
(
E
)
R
/
T
:
Y
;
U
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O
>
P
[
A
\
S
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D
ˆ
F
G
{
H
J
}
K
~
L
-
È
Z
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X
Â
C
Ê
V
→
B
←
N
↓
M
↑
SPACE
,
>
!
1
--
PROG.
CLEAR
ZERO
.
FEED
NOTE: Blank keys have no function.
Programming Keyboard Function
Function
Name of Key
CLEAR
SHIFT
1. Clears preceding numeric data.
2. Releases the scale from the error mode.
Toggles between the upper characters or lower characters.
SET
NEXT
Calls the next PLU data item.
Sets the media transarency on the sensor.
NEXT
PLU
1. Calls the next PLU #.
2. Selects a programming item.
AUTO
CODE
Sets "AUTO CODE."
CHANGE
PLU
Changes the PLU # currently called.
DELETE
PLU
Deletes PLU.
TEST
ENTER
Prints data set in the currently called PLU.
Inputs data to the SL-9000 system during programming.
5-1
5. KEY LAYOUT
5.1 PROGRAMMING KEYBOARD
Function
Name of Key
_
←
→
DELETE
(A)
1/2
INSERT
1
DELETE
(B)
RETURN
1/4
↑
SPACE
SEND
RECEIVE
↑
↓
PROG.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Moves the cursor to the left.
Moves the cursor to the right.
1. Deletes a selected character.
2. Sets a unit price per 1/2 lb.
1. Inserts a space when entering characters.
2. Toggles between 100 g and Kg, or used to select Lb when setting unit price.
Deletes all characters on the selected line.
1. Displays the next line.
2. Sets a unit price per 1/4 lb.
Inserts a blank space in descriptors.
Stores "Ingredient data" in the temporaty memory.
Calls "ingredient data" from the temporaty memory.
Sets the preceding item.
Sets the following item.
Returns to the programming menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Other Keys
Displays the preceding PLU data.
Used to set an auto code.
Calls the preceding label format # when setting the print position.
Selects a prgramming item.
Selects certain programming toggle steps.
Toggles between capitals and small letters.
Sorts the file when setting PLU data and ingredient data.
Sets a block PLU # using the confirmation label procedure.
The other 39 keys are used to set the character.
5-2
5. KEY LAYOUT
5.2 OPERATION KEYBOARD AND SPEED KEYBOARD
5.2 OPERATION KEYBOARD AND SPEED KEY BOARD
1
2
Primary function
Secondary function
US type
CA/QR type
1
1/2
100 g
2
1/4
LB/kg
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27 PRESET
COUNT
28
29
30
32
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
ZERO
TEST
4
69
3
70
1
ESC.
2
NEXT
PLU
VOID
SAVE
FOR
DT/TM
7
8
9
4
5
6
GROUP#
1
2
3
ST
0
T
C
FEED
PROG. POWER
PLU
PRT/*
1. The numbers 1~70 indicate the speed key layout, but the actual keys have no number.
2. The functions of the 3 and 4 keys can be changed according to the initial settings as follows.
NOTES:
Speed key #
Initial Setting #
8-7
0
0
1
1
12-8
0
1
0
1
69 (4)
Speed key #69
Speed key #69
Speed key #69
AUTO/MANUAL key
70 (3)
Speed key #70
AUTO/MANUAL key
Tare % key
Tare % key
Operation Keyboard Function
Function
Name of Key
0
to
C
T
PLU
9
Enters numeric data such as PLU #, unit price and tare.
1. Clears numeric entries.
2. Releases the scale from error mode.
3. Releases the scale from SAVE mode.
Subtracts tare.
Calls a PLU or clears displayed PLU.
5-3
5. KEY LAYOUT
5.2 OPERATION KEYBOARD AND SPEED KEYBOARD
Name of Key
PRT/*
SAVE
FOR
DT/TM
Function
Prints the customer label.
Saves tare and unit price after taking off the commodity from a platter.
Sets the quantity of commodity in "BY COUNT" mode.
Displays the date.
NEXT
PLU
1. Selects the item for change Print/OFF.
2. Selects a programming item and a main menu.
VOID
1. Cancels preceding data.
2. Selects a programming item and a main menu.
1. Selects the function for change Print/OFF.
2. Selects a menu group.
ESC.
PROG.
POWER
1/2
1/4
100g
LB/kg
PRESET
COUNT
GROUP
#
Returns to the main menu.
Accesses print item, print format and issue mode
selection mode.
Turns the display on/off when the scale power is on.
Changes between 1/2 lb and 1/4 lb (US type only).
Changes the unit of measure to 100g (CA/QR type only).
Changes the unit of measure between lb and kg (CA type only).
Sets the number of labels to print.
No function
5-4
5. KEY LAYOUT
5.2 OPERATION KEYBOARD AND SPEED KEYBOARD
Name of Key
Displays a total amount.
ST
This key is used for item or subtotal discount by entering a percentage.
(Optional key by initial setting)
%
Feeds the label.
FEED
Issues a test label.
TEST
Adjusts the zero point.
ZERO
Changes the label issue mode between Automatic issue and manual
issue. (Optional key by initial setting)
AUTO/
MANUAL
1
to
Function
70
Calls the PLU frequently used.
5-5
6. PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION
6.
6. PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION
PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION
1. Unpack the accessories and scale from the carton.
2. Install the remote display on the scale. (See Page 7-1.)
3. Refer to safety Precautions in this manual and set up the scale in a proper location.
4. Load the label or receipt. (See Page 9-1.)
5. Be sure to insert the power cord plug into an AC outlet.
6. Adjust the level gauge. (See page 8-1.)
7. Turn the power on and then press the power key. (See page10-1.)
8. Set the following program menus:
Menu Group ITEM No.
1
3
1
4
Programming Name
PRINT FORMAT
DATE/TIME SETTING
If necessary, set the following program menus:
Menu Group ITEM No.
1
1
1
1
1
11
2
9
Programming Name
PLU DATA SETTING
INGREDIENT MESSAGE
ADDRESS SETTING
SPEED KEY SET
9. Either Key in a unit price or press the PLU key prior to calling up a PLU to be sold in weighing mode.
Place a weight on the platter to check a correct price is displayed.
10. The scale is ready to issue labels.
6-1
7. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
7.
7. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Remote Display
WARNING!
Be sure to cover the connectors with the connector cover because of high voltage and current.
If the connectors are exposed to water, a leakage may result.
CAUTION: Never place the scale upside down. Doing so will cause a malfusction.
1. To install the remote display, insert the two screws on the bottom of the remote pipe into the holes
provided on the scale base.
2. Connect the connectors, pull down the connector cover, and install the remote blind plate.
Then tighten the screws to secure the remote display.
3. Remove the tape from the remote packing and remote cap and lower to fit them to the scale.
Remote Display
Screw
Remote Blind Plate
Remote Pipe
Remote Cap
Connector
Remote Packing
Hole
Tape
Screw
Connector
Connector Cover
7-1
7. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
7. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
4. For the CA type, affix the remote display sheets to the remote display.
Be sure to wipe the remote display surface clean before affixing the sheet or sticker.
CA Type
Remote Display
Affix here.
Remote Display Sheet
Affix the remote display sheets to the depressed area of the remote display on both sides.
(Operator side and customer side)
QR Type
Remote Display
Affix to position A
Affix to position B
Remote Display Sticker
Affix the remote display stickers to the inner edge of the remote display sheet. (The sticker
should be affixed on both the operator side and customer side)
7-2
8. LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
8.
8. LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
1. Level Gauge
Set the scale on a stable and level surface. Level the scale by turning the adjustable legs so that the
air bubble is inside the center circle.
Correct
Incorrect
2. Adjustment Procedure
When the air bubble moves toward the left side, turn the right adjustable legs clockwise.
When the air bubble moves toward rear, turn the front adjustable legs clockwise.
8-1
9. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA
9.
9. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA
WARNING!
Since there is a cutter at the paper outlet, be careful not to injure your fingers when replacing
media.
CAUTION:
Do not hold the label cassette by the portion . Doing so may deform the label cassette,
causing damage when setting it in position. Please be sure to hold the label cassette as the
following figure shows.
A
1. Open the right cover. Then push the head-up lever in the direction indicated by the arrow.
Head-up Lever
2. Pull out the label cassette.
3. Pull out the roll stopper and the backing paper stopper, and remove the media core with backing
paper.
Label Cassette
Roll Stopper
Backing Paper Stopper
Backing Paper
NOTE: When removing the backing paper, loosen the paper by turning the paper winding shaft
counterclockwise.
9-1
9. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA
9. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA
4. Loosen the P-2.6x6 screw and move the label guide plate according to the media width.
5. Secure the label guide plate with the P-2.6x6 screw.
Screw (P-2.6x6)
48-mm label dowel
57-mm label dowel
Label Guide Plate
NOTE: Ensure that the label guide plate aligns with the dowel.
6. Refer to the figure below and set the media on the label cassette.
7. Insert the roll stopper into the media core fully.
8. Set the backing paper stopper in the proper orientation.
Label or Report Paper
Roll Stopper
Roll Stopper
Label
Backing Paper Stopper
9. Assemble the label cassette to the scale and remove slack of the media.
Push down the print head, and close the right cover.
NOTE: After replacing the media, press the feed key to confirm that the media is issued correctly.
*Use of other model’s label cassette in the SL-9000 may cause a label skew.
9-2
10. OUTLINE OF OPERATION
10. OUTLINE OF OPERATION
10. OUTLINE OF OPERATION
WARNING!
Since there is a cutter at the paper outlet, be careful not to injure your fingers when issuing
labels.
Menu selection
2
Main Menu
Main Power
Switch ON
1
NEXT
PLU
VOID
0
REG.
1
MARK DOWN
2
REWRAP
3
SECURITY
4
READ
5
RESET
6
Increment Decrement
Display OFF
Press the
POWER key
or
PROG.
Press the
POWER key
Menu #1
Select the
Menu #
Other than Menu #1.
Scanning Display
Unnecessary
Password
Necessary
Password Input
Menu No. 2
Menu No. 1
REG Menu
(Refer to Section 14)
Menu No. 5
MARK DOWN
Menu
READ Menu
(Refer to Section 12, 15)
(Refer to Section 14)
Menu No. 3
Menu No. 4
SECURITY
Menu
(Refer to Section 13)
Menu No. 0
Menu No. 6
REWRAP Menu
PROG Menu
RESET Menu
(Refer to Section 14)
(Refer to Section 11)
(Refer to Section 15)
POWER key
Press
Display OFF
1
No Press
ESC. key
Press
2
No Press
Return to
each mode
NOTES:
1. You can register a password to prohibit unauthorized access to each menu expect for REG. menu.
2. To avoid wasteful use of the display, press the POWER key to turn the display off while being unused.
Pressing the POWER key again allows you to enter REG. mode without scanning.
3. Refer to respective sections for explanation each menu enclosed by a double rectangle.
10-1
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
How to access the Programming Menu
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
How to access the Programming Menu
Item # selection
Increment Decrement
NEXT
VOID
PLU or
Enter a
menu number
ESC.
0
PROG.
Select an item No.
(See next page.)
unnecessary
Password
Programming
starts
neccesary
Enter the
Password
Programming
completes
0
~
12
PROG.
NOTES: 1. When the selected menu ( 0 ) is protected from an access, refer to Section 13.2 and enter
the password.
2. In Sections 11.1, 11.2 and 11.3, items which have been sold on that day cannot be called
unless they are reset or the Initial Setting #1-4 is set to 1.
How to Select Menu and Item No.
Item No.
< Menu Group 1>
<Item No.>
PLU DATA EDIT
TITLE
0
Liquid Crystal Display
NEXT
VOID or
PLU
0
~
9
11-1
PLU DATA EDIT
0
INTITIAL SET
6
PLU DATA
1
BAR CODE FORM.
7
ADDRESS
2
SPEED KEY SET
8
PRT LOCATION
3
INGREDIENT
11
DATE TIME
4
CONF.LABEL
12
CMT
5
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
How to access the Programming Menu
Table 1: Title and Contents of Programming Menu
NO.
TITLE
MENU
GROUP
ITEM
No.
CONTENTS
Page
1
PLU DATA EDIT
1
0
CHANGE UNIT PRICE
11-4
2
PLU DATA
1
1
PROGRAM/CHANGE/DELETE PLU
11-5
3
ADDRESS SETTING
1
2
PROGRAM ADDRESS
11-13
4
PRT LOCATION
1
3
SELECT LABEL FORMAT AND ADJUST
11-16
5
DATE/TIME SETTING
1
4
PROGRAM DATE/TIME/MACHINE #/STORE CODE
11-18
6
CMT/PL-3
1
5
BACK-UP /LOAD DATA OF PLU/ING/NUTRI./SPEED KEY
11-18
7
INITIAL SET
1
6
SET INITIAL PARAMETERS
8
BAR CODE FORMAT
1
7
PROGRAM BARCODE FORMAT
11-24
9
SPEED KEY SETTING
1
8
ASSIGN COMMON PLU TO SPECIFIC SPEED KEY
11-15
10
INGREDIENT MESSAGE
1
11
PROGRAM/CHANGE INGREDIENT
11-7
11
CONFIRMATION LABEL
1
12
VERIFY THE PROGRAMMING DATA OF PLU
11-12
11-2
-
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
How to enter characters
How to enter characters
Use the following procedure to enter a commodity name, address and ingredient message.
Example)
1st line: TEC STORE
2nd line: (TEL) 0123-45-6789
T
E
C
S
SPACE
T
O
R
E
RETURN
1/4
1st line content
SHIFT
(
SHIFT
T
E
DELETE
E
(A) 1/2
L
6
7
8
9
2nd line content
NOTES: 1. ← and → keys are the cursor keys.
2. To insert a space, move the cursor to the next character to the space to be inserted, and
press INSERT key.
3. To delete a line, press DELETE (B) key.
4. To move the cursor to the preceding line, press - key, or ↑ key.
key toggles between capitals and small letters.
5. Pressing the
6. When entering a commodity name, press ENTER or ↓ key instead of the
RETURN 1/4 key to return.
7. Pressing the CHANGE PLU key toggles the type font between normal and boldface.
8. To skip a line when entering an ingredient message, follow the procedure below:
SET
NEXT
Enter the line #.
11-3
RETURN
1/4
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.1 UNIT PRICE CHANGE
11.1 UNIT PRICE CHANGE
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
0
Unit prices stored in PLU can be changed under this menu.
In this procedure, use the operation keys (except when calling a PLU by using a speed key).
a
0
PROG.
Enter the PLU #.
PRT
NEXT
or VOID
PLU
*
Enter the Speed key #
a
Change the unit price
(max. 4 digit)
PRT
*
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
TEST
NOTES: 1. Calling a PLU# that has not been stored in the PLU file results in an error.
2. Under this Menu (Menu No. 0), “open-price” PLU’s price cannot be changed.
11-4
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.2 PLU DATA SETTING
11.2 PLU DATA SETTING
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
1
Setting or changing the contents of PLU (PLU#, UPC#, Commodity Name, etc.).
b
1
Set auto code
for the UPC#
AUTO
CODE
PROG.
ENTER
1
Is status
of initial set
#8-2?
Set tare limit.
ENTER
Max. 2 lb (US)
Max. 1Kg/2.205 lb (CA)
0
NEXT or
PLU
SET
NEXT
Enter PLU#
(max. 6 dig.)
Enter UPC#
(max. 6 dig.)
ENTER
ENTER
Enter commodity name.
(max. 32 chars.x4 lines)
ENTER
BY COUNT
1
Is status
of initial set
#1-6?
In what
mode is PLU
used?
Enter quantity for that
price. (Max. 2 dig.)
ENTER
Enter unit price.
(max. 4 dig)
ENTER
WEIGH
or FIX
0
Is status
of initial set
#26-4?
1
Enter flag of
unit price.
(Refer to NOTE4)
Enter shelf life.
(Max. 3 dig.)
ENTER
ENTER
0
Is status
of initial set
#7-8?
1
Enter PERIOD OF
RELISH (Max. 3 dig.)
ENTER
0
2
Is status
of initial set
#23-1?
1
Enter tare weight.
ENTER
Max. 2 lb (US)
Max. 1Kg/2.205 lb (CA)
Is status
of initial set
#8-1?
Select
compulsory tare
0 or 1
0
Is status
of initial set
#1-5?
1
Selection Mode Flag
0: Weight
1: By Count
2: Fix Price
Is status
of initial set
#10-5?
ENTER
0
1
Safe Handing
Instruction
ENTER
0: Non Print
1: Print
0
Is status
of initial set
#8-7?
0
Enter current
PLU#
CHANGE
PLU
Enter
PLU#
DELETE
PLU
TEST
Enter new
PLU#
ENTER
ENTER
Y
or
ENTER
N
The setting label is issued.
(Sorting)
Y
b
Any key
except Y
PROG. <MENU>
Group1
(Not Sorting)
Main
<MENU>
The memory file is sorted
when a memory full error
occurs.
ESC.
11-5
1
Set tare %
(Max. 99.9%)
ENTER
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.2 PLU DATA SETTING
Pressing the ↓ key instead of the ENTER key proceeds to the next menu. Pressing the ↑ key
returns to the preceding menu.
Verification label of PLU data
Commodity Name
PACKED ON
Preset Tare
Quantity
PLU#
SELL BY
T1.000
NET WT.
C
T15.0%
PRICE lb
Mode Flag
Compulsory Tare
Shelf Life
Preset % Tare
Price
UPC#
TEC STORE
(TEL) 0123-45-6789
NOTES:
1. A UPC code is made up of a combination of an entered code and an AUTO CODE. Be sure
to add some - characters to the end of the AUTO CODE, or all entered codes will be
ignored and an AUTO CODE will become an UPC code (see ex. 1).
ex. 1) enter code: 456
ex. 2) enter code
4567
ex. 3) enter code: 123456
AUTO CODE: 123....
AUTO CODE: 123....
AUTO CODE:
987
↓
↓
↓
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
code#: 123456
code#: 123567
code#: 987
When there is no area to store PLU data, an error occurs when pressing the ENTER key.
Changing a PLU# to number to which other PLU data is set will result in an error.
Unit price flag may be selected as follows:
1) In case of lb scale
a. INSERT1 key
: $ per lb
b. DELETE (A) 1/2 key : $ per 1/2 lb
c. RETURN 1/4 key
: $ per 1/4 lb
2)
In case of kg scale
a. INSERT 1 key
: $ per 100 g or Kg (CA/QR type only)
Tare limit should be a multiple of 5 (5, 10, 15...), up to 2.000 lb for US type and a mutiple of 2
(2, 4, 6, 8...), up to 1.000 Kg for CA/QR type.
Safe handing instructions can be printed on 57-mm wide labels only. Safe handing
instructions are printed on labels formatted for ingredient messages. Only ingredient
message labels with 13 or more lines can be used to print safe handling instructions.
The only available print format for this function on the ESB-X is format # 48.
Tare % indicates a percentage of tare in gross weight, which is available when the Initial
Setting #8-7 is set to 1.
When setting open price in the count mode (Initial Setting #1-6: 1), set zeros as quantity and
unit price.
11-6
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.6 ADDRESS SETTING
11.3 ADDRESS SETTING
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
2
Store addresses and receipt header printed on label can be set within the following character limits.
Address:
32 characters x 2 lines
Receipt Header: 24 characters on the 1st/2nd line and 48 characters in the 3rd line
h
2
0
PROG.
Store Address
9
Receipt Header
ENTER
Enter a store address
or receipt header.
(Refer to Page 11-3)
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
h
11-7
ENTER
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.10 PRINT FORMAT
11.4 PRINT FORMAT
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
3
The SL-9000 can memorize 5 different print formats. After print formats are set, you can call them by
entering the print format number.
3
Select the print format # which
allocates the label format #
by the NEXT PLU key or – key.
PROG.
Enter the label format #.
(Refer to Table 2)
j
CHANGE
PLU
On-demand
Issue method
Batch
FEED
Select "SENSIBILITY ADJUST"
by pressing the
key.
TEST
Is print
position
correct?
Correct
SET
NEXT
When Batch Printing with backing paper is
selected, the sensitivity of the label sensor will
be set by pressing the SET NEXT key before
issuing label.
Incorrect
Select the Item for adjustment.
1 gradation
= 0.154mm (1 dot)
1 gradation
= 0.462mm (3 dots)
1 gradation
= 0.462mm (3 dots)
Only when using the bar code
change label with pre-feed area.
(This adjustment cannot be made
CHANGE
PLU
Enter the correct label feed
value.
(Range: 0~199)
ENTER
Enter the correct value for
commodity name position.
(Range: 0~9)
ENTER
j
Enter the correct value for
address position.
(Range: 0~15)
ENTER
j
Enter the correct value for
pre-feed area.
(Range: 0~65)
ENTER
j
j
<MENU>
Group 1
PROG.
Main
<MENU>
ESC.
for the Variable Length Label.)
NOTES:
1. When a commodity name position is adjusted, an address position will move automatically.
2. When entering the other label format #, fine adjust values are initialized.
3. Selecting label format numbers other than those provided in Table 2 results in an error.
4. When selecting a variable length label format, rectangles are printed instead of print items when
test printing.
5. Pressing the
key allows you to select a print format number from 1 to 5.
6. Be sure to press the SET NEXT key when a label format for batch printing with backing paper
is selected.
11-8
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.10 PRINT FORMAT
Table 2: Label Format Number Table
Select the format # for the label to be used by referring to the table below.
Item
Label
Format #
Label length (mm)
Ingredient
Line
48 mm
width
57 mm
width
00 (50)
0
30.0
10 (60)
0
40.0
11 (61)
6
54.0
63.5
VARIABLE
Variable
Length
Variable
Length
48
Kind of label
Print of the NET WT.
statement
Nutrition
Printing NON- POS Bar code
POS
change Impossible
label label
label
Possible
49.2
batch printing method
on-demand printing method
1) The width of label is selected by INITIAL SETTING 10-1.
2) The number of commodity lines depends on label width.
48 mm width: 2 lines
57 mm width: 4 lines
11-9
: possible
: impossible
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.11 DATE/TIME SETTING
11.5 DATE/TIME SETTING
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
4
Date, time, machine number, and store code are set in this procedure.
k
4
PROG.
Set the date.
(Month, Day, Year)
ENTER
Set the time.
(Hour, Minute)
ENTER
k
Set the machine No.
(max. 6 dig.)
ENTER
Set the store No.
(max. 5 dig.)
ENTER
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
NOTES:
1. Express the time in a 24-hour military format.
2. The SL-9000 will check details of date (time) input, and any wrong date (time) will result in an error.
Then the correct date (time) should be re-entered and press the CLEAR key.
3. Even when the initial Setting # 8-4, 8-5 or 8-6 is set to the “Julian Date” the way to enter the date
in the date setting operation is the same in the ordinary case.
4. The date display method can be changed by the initial setting.
11.6 CMT/PL-3
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
5
CMT OPERATIONS
SL-9000 is designed to interface with a Cassette Magnetic Tape loader. This loader allows the
transfer of the entire PLU file, ingredient file and other data from the SL-9000 to tapes. This can be
accomplished in number of operation steps.
In turn, information from the tape can also be transferred to another SL-9000 scale.
5
PROG.
Set the transmission items.
(Refer to table 4)
NEXT
or
PLU
ENTER
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
NOTES:
1. The error mode can be released by pressing the CLEAR key, and operated again through the
above steps.
2. Use the metal cassette tape which is commercially available and has a capacity of 45 or 60 minutes
recording.
3. For operations of the CMT loader, refer to the instruction manual provided with the CMT loader.
11-10
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.12 CMT/PL-3
PL-3 Operation
Connect the PL-3 to the SL-9000 by using RS-232C Cable, then turn on the power of the SL-9000 and
the PL-3.
Insert a data disc into the PL-3 and adjust the transmission rate to the SL-9000 ( 7 2 : 4800 BPS
or 7 3 : 2400 BPS) by using the rotary switch.
Press the SAVE key of the PL-3, then check whether the SAVE LED is on.
Program the file number of the data disc by using the rotary switch.
( 4 1 : File No. 1, 4 2 : File No. 2, ..... 4 8 : File No. 8, 4 9 : File No. 9)
SAVE
5
Set the transmission item.
(Refer to table 4)
PROG.
or
ENTER
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
LOAD
NEXT
or
PLU
NOTES: 1. Press SAVE or LOAD key on the PL-3.
2. If the ENTER Key is not pressed within 10 seconds after SAVE or LOAD key is pressed,
a time out error will occur.
3. After pressing the ENTER key, the operation ends when “00” appears in the 7 seg. display
and LAMP goes off. Remove the data disc and turn the power off.
4. Be sure to start the PL-3 before the main operation.
Table 3: Error code during PL-3 operation
Error Code
1
3
Error Message
0
FDC ERROR
1
2
3
FDK MISINSERTION ERROR
UNAVAILABLE FDK INSERTION
ERROR
VOL. LABEL UNMATCH ERROR
4
FDK MEMORY FULL ERROR
5
WRITE PROTECT ERROR
6
NO SEARCH FILE ERROR
1
2
TIME OUT ERROR
LOAD ERROR
3
FDK ERROR
4
BUSY STATUS
5
6
Error Code
3
7
Error Message
7
FRAMING ERROR
8
0
PARITY ERROR
DATA ERROR
1
2
STATUS ERROR
3
FDK READ/WRITE ERROR
DESIGNATED SELECT KEY
ERROR
F
0
TIME OUT ERROR
1
RAM READ/WRITE ERROR
ROM CRC ERROR
2
RAM BACK UP BATTERY ERROR
3
FDC DIAG LEVEL 0 ERROR
POWER FAIL ERROR
E
SYSTEM FDK LOADING ERROR
OVERRUN ERROR
F
SYSTEM ERROR
8
1) When the error code in FF, this system enters stop status. (Turn the power off/on for release.)
2) When the error code is F2 or FE, perform the status clear ( 9 9 ).
3) If an error occurs, refer to the PL-3 Owner’s Manual and solve the problem.
11-11
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.12 CMT/PL-3
Table4 : Transmission Item List
ITEM #
Title on the Display
Liquid Crystal Display
Contents of Transmission
7 seg.
2
VERIFY PLU & ING
2
COMPARE PLU & ING. IN OLD FORMAT
3
READ PLU & ING
3
READ PLU & ING. IN OLD FORMAT
4
WRITE PLU TO CMT
4
SAVE PLU IN NEW FORMAT
5
VERIFY PLU = CMT
5
COMPARE PLU IN NEW FORMAT
6
READ PLU FM CMT
6
READ PLU IN NEW FORMAT
7
WRITE ING TO CMT
7
SAVE ING. IN NEW FORMAT
8
VERIFY ING = CMT
8
COMPARE ING. IN NEW FORMAT
9
READ ING FM CMT
9
READ ING. IN NEW FORMAT
10
WRITE NUTRITION
10
SAVE NUTRITION IN NEW FORMAT
11
VERIFY NUTRITION
11
COMPARE NUTRITION IN NEW FORMAT
12
READ NUTRITION
12
READ NUTRITION IN NEW FORMAT
13
WRITE SPEED KEY
13
SAVE SPEED KEY IN NEW FORMAT
14
VERIFY SPEED KEY
14
COMPARE SPEED KEY IN NEW FORMAT
15
READ SPEED KEY
15
READ SPEED KEY IN NEW FORMAT
: operable,
CMT
PL-3
: inoperable
NOTE: When transferring data with the PL-3, required FDK varies depending on the amount of ING.
Be careful of the following when changing a FDK.
a: During write operation, replace the FDK with a formatted one.
b: Verify and read data in the same order as write.
To cancel FDK change, press the CLEAR key.
11-12
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.13 BAR CODE FORMAT
11.7 BAR CODE FORMAT
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
7
With the SL-9000 scale, four kinds of bar code formats are available. These formats can be changed
freely.
Example)
2
Current format
9
C1
C2
C3
Flag
0
Changed format
C4
C5
C6
P2
P3
UPC #
2
C2
C3
C4
P4
P5
C/D
Price
C5
C6
P1
PC/D
P2
Total check digit
P3
P4
C/D
Price
Flag
Price check digit or
Total check digit
weight check digit.
When changing the above example format into the weigh format described in NOTE 1, use the following
procedure.
q
Select the format #.
Format #1:WEIGH
ENTER
PROG.
Format #2:BY COUNT
7
Format #3:FIX PRICE
Format #4:RECEIPT
UPC #
Set the flag.
or NEXT
ex)Enter "02"
PLU
(Left)
(Right)
(Move the cursor to
the column to be set.)
1
Set price
check digit
Switch over
UPC # PC/D
2
Switch over
PC/D UPC #
2
3
4
4
5
6
Enter an UPC #.
Switch over the setting
item.(refer to NOTE 8)
ex)Press the key twice to
select UPC # as a setting
item.
1
3
ENTER
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
Enter a price
q
NOTES: 1. In this printer, the previously set bar code format is initialized to the following default by RAM
clear.
Default Bar Code Format:
Weight or Fix Price Format
0
2
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
PC/D
P1
P2
P3
P4
C/D
0
0
C2
C3
C4
C5
0
0
0
0
C6
C/D
2
0
0
0
0
PC/D
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
C/D
By Count Format
0
Receipt Format
0
11-13
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.13 BAR CODE FORMAT
2. When the ENTER key is passed, bar code format is checked. An error occurs in the
following cases.
Check digit (C/D) is at other than digit-13.
Price check digit (PC/D) cannot be calculated. (Price is other than 4 or 5 digits.)
Price is not set serially beginning from P1 to P4, or P1 to P5).
Weight is not set serially beginning from W1 (W1 to W5).
3. The usable keys to set the column are as follows:
FLAG
PLU #
UPC#
PC/D
PRICE
WEIGHT
C/D
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
~ 9
~ 6
~ 6
~ 6
~ 6
4. Digits and display of PLU#
5. Digits and display of UPC#
PLU #
1 2 3 4 5 6
UPC #
1 2 3 4 5 6
Display
H H H H H H
1 2 3 4 5 6
Display
C C C C C C
1 2 3 4 5 6
6. Digits and display of price
PLU # $ 1 2 . 3 4
Display
P P
1 2
$
P P
3 4
1 2 3 . 4 5
P P P
1 2 3
P P
4 5
7. Display of weight Digits
Weight
1 2 . 3 4 5
Display
WW
1 2
lb
WWW
3 4 5
Weight
1 2 . 3 4 5
Display
WW
1 2
WWW
3 4 5
8. Setting Items
1
Flag
2
PLU#
C/D
7
Weight
6
3
UPC#
4
PC/D
Price
5
11-14
kg
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.9 SPEED KEY SETTING
11.8 SPEED KEY SETTING
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
8
The SL-9000-ESB-X has a maximum of 70 speed keys which are very convenient to call PLUs quickly.
(Refer to page 5-3 regarding the Key Layout.)
i
8
Enter the Speed
Key number
(# 1~70)
PROG.
NEXT or
PLU
i
Enter the PLU#.
(max. 6 dig.)
ENTER
11-15
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
ENTER
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.3 INGREDIENT MESSAGE
11.9 INGREDIENT MESSAGE
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
11
Ingredient messages can be printed on a label with a maximum of 54 characters per line in small letters
or 32 characters per line in boldfaced small letters, by up to 38 lines.
C
11
Enter the PLU#
(max. 6 dig.)
PROG.
ENTER
NEXT or
PLU
C
Enter the ingredient message
(Refer to Page 11-3.)
ENTER
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
TEST
Pressing the RECEIVE key
calls data stored by pressing
the SEND key.
Sorting
Pressing the SEND key
temporarily stores data into
the work buffer.
Y
Any key
except Y Not Sorting
The memory file
is sorted when a
memory full error
occurs.
NOTES: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
When no data is programmed for the PLU, ingredient cannot be set.
When a selected PLU is not stored in the PLU file, a “PLU NOT FOUND” error occurs.
Once you exit this menu and enter again, data stored in the work buffer is cleared.
When there is no area to store ingredient data, a “MEMORY FULL” error occurs.
PLUs cannot share ingredient data. (PLU and ingredient data are in pairs.)
11-16
11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES
11.5 PLU VERIFYING LABEL
11.10 PLU VERIFYING LABEL
Menu Group: 1
Item No.:
12
PLU data stored in the scale are verified in the following procedure.
g
12
PROG.
ENTER
Set the entire PLU#.
1
0
0
The
confirmation
label is issued.
Set the individual PLU#. (Ex. PLU #100)
1
Set the block PLU#. (Ex. PLU #100~199)
1
0
NEXT
PLU
0
1
0
8
Set the zone PLU#. (Ex. PLU #100~108)
CLEAR
To interrupt
label issue.
ENTER
To resume label issue
which has been interrupted.
PROG.
<MENU>
Group 1
ESC.
Main
<MENU>
g
NOTES:
1. Labels are printed in both batch mode and on-demand mode.
2. When no PLU is stored in the selected range, an error occurs when the ENTER key is pressed.
3. Pressing the CLEAR key releases the scale from the error mode and returns to the initial status
of this menu.
4. After clearing a paper jam error, the scale will wait for an entry of PLU# again.
11-17
12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS
12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS
12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS
The programmed data can be printed on journal paper. Before issuing these reports, load the journal
paper. The programmed data verification reports cannot be issued with any label. The keys to be used
in the following procedures are those on the numeric key pad, which is framed in black in the figure on
page 5-1, but not on the programming keyboard.
■ How to access the READ menu
Press the ESC. key to access the following display. Enter “5”, and the scale will enter the READ menu.
If the READ menu is protected, enter “5” and a password. (Refer to section 13)
Liquid Crystal Display
READ
5
Menu: READ
v
Set the table menu #.
5
PLU programmed data
u
0
(See the next page)
Commodity description
5
1
Speed key programmed data
5
2
Commodity & Ingredients
5
3
u
u
PRT
*
12-1
12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS
12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS
Table 7
Report Name
Menu #
Contents
50
PLU programmed data report
All the preset PLU data are listed in the PLU # order
(from small to large #).
51
Commodity description report
All the preset commodity names are listed in the PLU
# order (from small to large #).
52
Speed key programmed data
report
The PLU # and the commodity name preset on each
speed key is listed.
53
Commodity and ingredient
description report
All the presets commodity names and ingredient
messages are listed in the PLU # order (from small to
large #).
• Set the data range of each programmed data verification report
u
PRT
*
PRT
Set the individual PLU #.
1
0
*
0
Set the individual PLU #. (Ex. PLU #100)
3
Set the block PLU #. (Ex. PLU #30 ~ 39)
1
0
0
FOR
1
Set the zone PLU #. (Ex. PLU #100 ~ 108)
12-2
0
8
v
13. PASSWORD SECURITY
13.1 SETTING PASSWORD AND PROTECT MENU
13. PASSWORD SECURITY
You can protect all menus (except REG. menu) and set two step passwords for access to protected
menus.
13.1 SETTING PASSWORD AND PROTECT MENU
Liquid Crystal Display
PROG.
0
REG.
1
MARK DOWN
2
REWRAP
3
SECURITY
4
READ
5
RESET
6
Select menus to be protected.
Remote display
WEIGHT
1
ESC.
4
w
0
2
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
0 0 0
0 -0
P M R
S XZ
4
6
PRT
*
0 : P (PROG. Menu)
2 : M (M. DOWN Menu)
0: Protected (Accessible with a password entry)
-: Unprotected
Enter password A as 4 digits.
3
The following numeric keys
represents each menu. Enter
the following numbers when
selecting menus to be
protected.
Note that REG. menu (1)
cannot be protected.
3 : R (REWRAP Menu)
NEXT
PLU
4 : S (SECURITY Menu)
0
0
0
1
5 : X (REPORT Menu)
6 : Z (RESET Menu)
PRT
*
Exclude menus the password A cannot access.
Remote display
WEIGHT
1
0
4
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
1 0 0
1 -0
P M R
S XZ
0: Valid
1: Invalid
-: Unnecessary
PRT
*
B
13-1
13. PASSWORD SECURITY
13.1 SETTING PASSWORD AND PROTECT MENU
B
Enter password B as 4 digits.
1
2
3
4
PRT
*
Exclude menus the password B cannot access.
Remote display
WEIGHT
1
2
6
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
1 1 0
1 -1
P M R
S XZ
PRT
*
w
0: Valid
1: Invalid
-: Unnecessary
ESC.
NOTES: 1. Select validity of the password by pressing the
key.
2. When the same password is entered for password A and B, password A has priority over
the password B.
3. Be careful if you exclude the same menu from the accessible menus with both password
A and B, as you will not be able access the menu.
13-2
13. PASSWORD SECURITY
13.2 CALLING MENU BY ENTERING PASSWORD
13.2 CALLING MENU BY ENTERING PASSWORD
Liquid Crystal Display
PROG.
0
REG.
1
MARK DOWN
2
REWRAP
3
SECURITY
4
READ
5
RESET
6
ESC.
Enter a menu No.
0 ~ 6
Accessible with the password
Accessible without the
password
1
NEXT
PLU
(REG.)
0
Non protect menu
2
,
~
6
or VOID
PRT
*
Protect menu
C
Enter the 4-digit Password.
ESC.
PRT
*
Password NG
Password OK
Accessible menu with the password
Operation
13-3
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
n NOTES BEFORE STARTING OPERATION
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
■ NOTES BEFORE STARTING OPERATION
(1) Insert the power plug into the AC outlet and turn the power ON.
(2) A sixteen-second scanning will be performed after pressing the POWER key.
(3) Do not move the scale while it is in operation. Should it become necessary to move it at any time,
turn the power switch to the OFF position and be sure to reajust the level indicator after relocating
the scale.
(4) Should a power failure occur during operation, remove the commodity from the platter and insert the
power plug into an AC outlet again when power is restored.
(5) If the scale is used with an unrated power source, inaccurate scaling or other errors may occur.
(6) If the zero point has shifted during scaling, and no tare is displayed, adjust the zero point by
depressing the ZERO key.
(7) Check the date of the scale before operation every day.
(8) Make a test print before operation every day.
Press the TEST key, and the test label is issued.
n How to access the REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP menu
The following display is the REG. menu display. When this display is shown after pressing the
POWER key, you can start the REG. operation right away.
Remote Display
WEIGHT
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
0.000
P
000000
REG
Liquid Crystal Display
ENTER THE PLU #
To access a menu from other menus, press the ESC. key to show the Main menu and enter the menu
No. When the M.DOWN and REWRAP menus are protected, enter the menu No. and then the
password.
Liquid Crystal Display
REG.
1
MARK DOWN
2
REWRAP
3
14-1
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.1 WEIGHING OPERATION
14.1 WEIGHING OPERATION
Menu: REG., M. DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: WEIGH
The weigh mode is used to weigh a commodity and to issue the label. The label contains data such as
a weigh, unit price (price per weight) and total price (calculated as a result of the weighing operation).
The following is a basic operation seen at the sales floor of a store or at a back room where different kinds
and weights of commodities are repacked. Pressing the VOID key subtracts the last entry from the
memory.
When PLU #100 and an unit price of $8.00 are set in the speed key #12.
Example)
LB
0
1
Enter the PLU #.
Press:
kg
0
12
Press the
speed key.
PLU
The unit of measure can be changed
for CA model only.
LB ↔ kg
Remote Display
WEIGHT
Available only when the initial
setting # 5-6 is set to 1.
lb scale
kg scale
100 g
1/4
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
1.000
8.00
8.00
REG
Liquid Crystal Display
1/2
T-BONE STEAK
Place a commodity
on the platter.
(Ex. 1.000 lb.)
PACKED ON
MANUAL:
PRT
*
SELL BY
: AUTO
NET WT.
The label is issued.
Press when canceling
VOID
the last sales.
NOTES:
PRICE lb
TEC STORE
(TEL) 0123-45-6789
(Sample label)
1. Pressing a speed key to which no PLU data has been assigned will result in an error. In this case,
press the C key, then press a speed key to which PLU data has been assigned.
2. To change between AUTO and MANUAL, follow the procedure provided in section 14.9.
3. If a unit price exceeding 4 digits is obtained by multiplying by 2 or 4 (when pressing the
1/2 lb key or 1/4 lb key), the unit price will be 0.
4. 100 g key is available only when the scale is a kg scale or operated on kg base.
5. When the 1/2 lb , 1/4 lb or 100 g key is pressed, the unit price will change on the display.
6. When the “compulsory tare” is selected, a tare must be subtracted in a weighing operation, otherwise
an error message “TARE REQUIRED” will be displayed when the following operation has been done:
Manual mode: Pressing the PRT/* key
Auto mode: Placing a commodity on the platter.
Floating vendor mode: Pressing the Vendor key.
When a “TARE REQUIRED” is displayed, refer to Section 14.6 to follow the proper weighing
procedure.
14-2
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.2 FIX PRICE OPERATION (FOR US TYPE ONLY)
14.2 FIX PRICE OPERATION (FOR US TYPE ONLY)
The FIX mode (Fix Price Mode ) is used to issue a label for a commodity of a fixed price PLU (i.e. the price
determined by the store), the weight of which may vary from commodity to commodity. In this mode, the
Unit Price of the commodity looked up from the PLU file will be printed as the Total Price regardless of
its actual weight, and the weight is also printed on the label.
Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: FIX
Example) In the case of PLU #636 of fixed price $3.80 which is assigned to speed key #7.
Enter the PLU #.
6
Press:
3
6
PLU
Press the
speed key.
7
Remote Display
WEIGHT
Place the commodity
on the scale platter.
(Ex. 1.000 lb.)
AUTO:
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
0.000
3.80
REG
MANUAL:
Liquid Crystal Display
PRT
SMOKED SALMON CH
*
The label is issued.
The label is issued.
PACKED ON
SELL BY
NET WT.
PRICE lb
TEC STORE
(TEL) 0123-45-6789
(Sample label)
14-3
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.3 BY COUNT OPERATION
14.3 BY COUNT OPERATION
The BY-COUNT mode is used to issue the label of commodities of the same kind in a package (or may
not be packed). The whole package quantity (or a certain quantity) and the whole package price (or the
price per the quantity) are usually preset. Thus, it is not necessary to weigh the commodities by the scale
in such cases.
Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: BY-COUNT
Example) In case of purchasing 10 DONUTS for $1.50 of price for 4 DONUTS. (When a price of $1.50/
4 DONUTS is set for PLU #33.)
3
Enter the PLU #.
3
Remote Display
PLU
WEIGHT
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
-----
P
10
3.76
REG
Enter the quantity of
purchase
(Max. 2 digits)
1
0
Liquid Crystal Display
DONUTS
PRT
*
AUTO
The label is issued in
succession after peeling it.
Press to suspend label
issue temporarily.
C
Press to cancel label
issue.
C
The display returns to
the initial screen.
PLU
MANUAL
Single label is issued.
PRT
*
NET WT.
Press to
resume label
issue.
PACKED ON
PACKED ON
SELL BY
SELL BY
PRICE lb
NET WT.
PRICE lb
TEC STORE
(TEL) 0123-45-6789
TEC STORE
(TEL) 0123-45-6789
(Sample label for US type)
(Sample label for CA and QR type)
14-4
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.3 BY COUNT OPERATION
Example) An open price item can be sold as below:
1 piece at 15 dollars
15 pieces at 10 dollars
15 pieces sold at 0.5 dollars per 10 pieces
Enter the PLU #.
5
1
PLU
Press:
ex.) 1
Enter quantity
Press:
1
5
Enter price
FOR
ex.) 2
ex.) 3
Enter quantity
Press:
1
0
Enter price
FOR
Enter total price
5
0
PRT
*
14-5
1
0
1
5
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.4 PRINT COUNT OPERATION
14.4 PRINT COUNT OPERATION
With this procedure, a specified number of the same labels can be issued.
Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: WEIGH, FIX or BY-COUNT
Example A)
When operating in Weigh mode.
PRESET
COUNT
Press:
Set the number of labels.
(Max. 99 labels)
5
0
PRT
Press:
*
Enter the PLU #.
3
0
9
Press:
PLU
PLU data is saved.
SAVE
1
Remove the commodity.
Place a commodity on
the platter.
(Ex. 0.700 lb.)
MANUAL:
C
Clear the preset count.
PRT
Press:
:AUTO
*
C
PRT
*
Batch
On-demand
The labels are issued with
the backing paper attached.
The label is issued.
When all the specified numbers
of the labels are being issued.
C
NOTES: 1. A batch issue means to print labels continuously with the backing paper attached.
On-demand issue means to print label one by one.
2. To check the remaining number, press the PLU and the PRESET COUNT keys.
14-6
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
Example B)
14.4 PRINT COUNT OPERATION
When operating in Fix or By Count mode.
Press:
PRESET
COUNT
Set the number of labels.
(Max. 99)
2
5
PRT
Press:
*
Enter the PLU #.
1
Press:
5
PLU
[BY COUNT]
PRT
*
Press, to save the PLU
data:
SAVE [FIX]
SPLIT PRICE operation
Place a commodity
on the platter.
(Ex. 1.320 lb.)
MANUAL :
Batch
PRT
On-demand
Batch
The labels are issued with
the mount paper attached.
Remove the commodity
from the platter.
Repeat until the specified
number of labels are
issued, alternating the
commodity placed on the
platter.
Suspend the
batch printing.
The next label is
issued after removing
the current label.
C
The label is issued.
Resume the
label issue.
When the last label
is issued:
Press, to clear the
Preset Count.
PRT
*
When all the specified numbers
of labels are being issued.
C
Press, to regain the PRT
initial status.
*
Clear the
preset count.
Press:
C
PRT
*
14-7
*
On-demand
The specified numbers
of labels are issued in
succession with the
backing paper attached.
: AUTO
*
PRT
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.4 PRINT COUNT OPERATION
Example C) When issuing only the nutrition information label. Note that nutrition information can be
printed only on several types of label. Refer to page 11-19.
PRESET
COUNT
Select basic data and
nutrition information labels
or a nutrition information
label by pressing this key.
Set the number of labels.
(Max. 99 labels)
9
9
PRT
*
Enter the PLU #.
3
9
PLU
PRT
*
Table 8
The nutrition information labels are issued in the following methods.
Issue mode
Weigh
Fix (Weight/price)
Fix (Net weight)
By count
Pre
1
:
:
2
:
Manual issue
Auto issue
On-demand
Batch
On-demand
Batch
Pre=0 Pre>=1 Pre=0 Pre>=1 Pre=0 Pre>=1 Pre=0 Pre>=1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
Preset count
Issue method
After a basic data label is issued, a nutrition information label will be issued.
Issue method
After the specified number of basic data labels are continuously issued, the same
number of nutrition information labels will be issued. The number of labels can be
specified with the preset count setting.
14-8
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.5 ISSUING LABELS WITH NET WEIGHT STATEMENT (FOR US TYPE ONLY)
14.5 ISSUING LABELS WITH NET WEIGHT STATEMENT
(FOR US TYPE ONLY)
Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: FIX
When the initial settings #1-7 and #1-8 are set to 1, a Net Weight Statement is printed on the label.
A unit price and a tare registered in each PLU are printed as a price and a net weight.
Example) The preset Price is $2.10 and the preset Net Weight is 12 oz. The store knows that the actual
Net Weight of this commodity is 19 oz. and decides to sell it at $2.00.
Enter the PLU #.
8
1
6
PLU
Press:
Initial set #7-1: 0
Enter the new price.
Initial set #7-1: 1
2
0
0
PRT
Press:
*
Enter the new weight.
(unit of weight: oz
displayed in the incremental
display method, i.e., the data
1
is shifted to the left as each
digit value is entered.)
Initial set #7-1: 1
9
Initial set #1-7: 0
FOR
Press:
3
Enter the quantity.
PRT
Press:
*
AUTO
The label is issued. (Labels of identical
print data will automatically be issued
consecutively by peeling the label off the
backing paper.)
C
Press, to cancel label
issue temporarily.
MANUAL
The label is issued.
C
Press, to return the PLU data to the
Press, to cancel
label issue.
PLU PLU file.
14-9
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.5 ISSUING LABELS WITH NET WEIGHT STATEMENT (FOR US TYPE ONLY)
NOTES: 1. To print NET WT. data. from the FIX mode, load a label which has an area to print a NET
WT Statement.
2. The quantity sold number and price data in NET WT. statement operation will be
accumulated in the memory. No weight data will be accumulated.
3. The position of the decimal point is adjustable and a comma or period is selectable by the
initial setting.
4. Weight data is shifted to the left.
5. Weight data exceeding 480 oz results in an error.
6. Unit price calculation system
(Step 1) Weight data is calculated from royal lb into decimal lb.
(Round off the data to two decimal places.)
ex.) 21 oz → 1.3125 lb → round → 1.31 lb
(Step 2) Price is divided by the value obtained above.
(Round off the data to two decimal places.)
ex.) 1.5$/1.31 lb = 1.145 → round → $1.15/lb
This data is printed.
7. When the unit price is less than $0.01/lb or either the weight or price is 0, the unit price will
not be printed.
8. Multiplication registration of NET WT statement
The maximum quantity, of a commodity is 99.
In the following cases, an error occurs when pressing the PRT/* key to issue the label.
(1) Quantity = 0
(2) Price x quantity > max. price
Weight x pieces > max. tare (30 lb scale: 480 oz, 15 Kg scale: 9.995 Kg)
PACKED ON
SELL BY
(Sample label)
14-10
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.6 TARE/SAVE FUNCTION PROCEDURES
14.6
TARE/SAVE FUNCTION PROCEDURES
Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: WEIGH or FIX (Tare % function is available in WEIGH mode only.)
There are two kinds of tare subtraction procedures, one is “Direct tare”, the other is “Preset tare”. The
SAVE key is used to save the tare, unit price, and PLU data after taking a commodity from the platter.
0.200 lb
2
0
Place a container on
the platter.
(Ex. 0.200 lb)
0
Tare %
1
0
0
T
Press:
T
Press:
%
Place a container on
the platter
1
Enter the PLU #.
0
0
Tare %
PLU
Press:
%
The PLU data and tare
are saved.
SAVE
1
0
%
Place a commodity on
the platter. (Ex. 1.000 lb)
0
Remove the commodity
together with the container.
Press:
CA type
:AUTO
MANUAL:
Press:
PRT
*
PLU Press:
The label is issued.
C
US type
0
Press:
T
Press:
PLU
Press:
C
Remove the commodity
together with the container.
NOTES: 1. Tare subtraction is available up to 2.000 lb. for US type, and up to 1.000kg (2.205lb) for the
CA type. When tare subtraction is in operation, however, the scalable range for net weight
becomes less by the amount of the tare. (Net weight = Gross weight-Tare)
2. Preset tare must be a multiple of 2 g for CA/QR type (Kg scale) and a multiple of 0.005 lb
for US/CA type (Lb scale).
3. The tare % function is available when the Initial Setting #8-7 is set to 1. The speed key #70
will function as the % key (Refer to page 5-3). Set a tare % within the range from 0.0 to 99.9.
4. When a commodity is placed on the platter and the calculated tare exceeds the maximum,
a “TARE WEIGH OVER” error will occur.
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14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.9 SELECTING PRINT ITEM AND ADJUSTING THE LCD BRIGHTNESS
14.7 SELECTING PRINT ITEM AND ADJUSTING THE LCD BRIGHTNESS
Menu: REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: WEIGH, FIX, or BY COUNT
Press:
PROG.
NEXT
PLU
Select an item.
(Refer to Table. 9)
1
‘
1
or VOID
1
1
9
2
7
‘
3
0
Print ←→ Non print
1: Print
0: Non print
Darken
Lighten
NEXT
PLU
or VOID
PRT
Press:
*
Table 9
Item
Entry
Entry
Item
1
Packed on date
Print/Non Print
9
Piece count
Print/Non Print
2
Sell by date
Print/Non Print
10
Cooked by date
Print/Non Print
3
Commodity name
Print/Non Print
11
SP/Info./Net Wt.
Print/Non Print
4
Weight
Print/Non Print
19
LCD brightness adjustment
5
Unit price
Print/Non Print
27
Media selection
6
Total price
Print/Non Print
28
Print format
7
Barcode
Print/Non Print
29
Mode (2)
8
Ingredient
Print/Non Print
30
Mode (1)
14-12
Label/Receipt
Format No. Selection
Weigh/Fix/By count
Auto/Manual
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.9 SELECTING PRINT ITEM AND ADJUSTING THE LCD BRIGHTNESS
NOTES: 1. A store code can be printed in place of a ‘packed on date’ and ‘sell by date’ by changing the
initial settings #6-5 and #6-6.
To print a store code, select ‘packed on date’ or ‘sell by date’ as a print item using the above
procedure.
2. Setting data will not be changed by turning the power off, changing the mode or calling a
PLU.
3. The 0 key has no function.
4. Pressing the C key allows you to return to the step of selecting the ‘packed on date’.
5. The range of idle time = 0 to 99 seconds. A setting ‘0’ prohibits display of an auto message.
6. Item 29 is operable only when the initial setting #1-5 is set to ‘0’.
7. Be sure to press the FEED key after the PRT/* key when changing the label format.
14.8 DATE CHANGE
The date can be changed temporarily.
Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: WEIGH, FIX, or BY COUNT
Press:
Enter the new date.
(Ex. Dec. 18, 1994)
DT/TM
1
Month
2
1
Day
8
9
Year
4
Liquid Crystal Display
DONUTS
121894
PRT
*
NOTE: The scale will check the details of the date input. An invalid date will result in an error.
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14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.11 BATCH PRINT MODE (with 30 Items Run Assignment)
14.9 BATCH PRINT MODE (with 30 Items Run Assignment)
Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP
Mode: FIX, or BY COUNT
Up to 99 label per PLU can be issued in non-scale mode. Up to 30 items can be preset. (However, 0
is preset, issuing will be canceled.)
1
Enter the PLU #.
Press:
Liquid Crystal Display
PLU
x
#01/000001: C=0
y
↑
Item # (1 to 30)
Press:
Enter the number of
labels to be issued
(max. 99)
PRESET
COUNT
3
1
Register next preset
item
NEXT
PLU
Change or cancel the number
of labels to be printed (not
functions when an item is not
registered.)
FOR
Next PLU: The next PLU is
recalled.
VOID:
The previous
PLU is recalled.
Change the number of labels
to be issued (max.99).
Press:
NEXT
PLU
1
or VOID
0
PRT
*
Press:
PRT
*
(The labels are issued in the
order of programmed PLU.)
z
A
The label is issued.
14-14
↑
Preset number of labels
14. OPERATING PROCEDURES
14.11 BATCH PRINT MODE (with 30 Items Run Assignment)
Stopping or Canceling Label Issue
z
Clear an error or stop
label issuing.
C
Cancel output
VOID
Press:
PRT
*
Stop issuing the labels and
cancel PLUs which have
not been output
C
A
Completed
NOTES: 1. Programmed items are reset when:
the power is off.
changing the menu. (PROG./REG)
changing the mode. (weigh/by count/fix)
batch printing has been finished.
2. Pressing the PRESET COUNT key to preset the 31st item results in an error.
3. The label issued in Batch Print Mode cannot be corrected using the VOID key.
4. “TOTALS OVERFLOW” error occurs when the PRINT key is pressed to issue each PLU
label.
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15. TOTAL OPERATION
15. TOTAL OPERATION
15. TOTAL OPERATION
In Read or Reset mode you can issue a sales report or reset report with either label or journal paper.
Menu: READ or RESET
READ
The totals will not be cleared after they are printed on labels or journal paper.
RESET
The totals will be cleared after they are printed on labels or journal paper.
ESC.
5
or
6
Issue each Report
ESC.
Label ←→ Journal
No.
ITEM
0
HOURLY TOTAL
1
GRAND TOTAL
2
PLU TOTAL
REPORT
RESET
JOURNAL
LABEL
How to access the READ or RESET menu
The following main menu is displayed after pressing the ESC. key. Enter ‘5’ to enter the READ menu
or ‘6’ to enter the RESET menu. When those menus are protected, enter the menu No. and the
password.
Liquid Crystal Display
READ
5
RESET
6
15-1
15. TOTAL OPERATION
15.1 HOURLY TOTAL REPORT
15.1 HOURLY TOTAL REPORT
Ex.)
REPORT Menu
PRT
0
*
NOTES: 1. When issuing an hourly report, hours with no sales are not printed.
2. An hourly report is printed as follows:
1) Label: Issued sequentially in on-demand mode.
2) Journal paper: Issued with journal paper.
3) Label with backing paper: Issued sequentially in batch mode.
3. If the C key is pressed during issuance, the hourly report being printed will complete, then
the total report will be issued. If this is done in Reset mode, the print data is cleared to zero.
15.2 GRAND TOTAL REPORT
Total memory
PRT
1
*
Total memory
PRT
1
*
2
3
1
: Day total
2
: Mark Down total
3
: Rewrap total
15.3 PLU TOTAL REPORT
Total memory
2
PRT
*
1
Search Code
PRT
1
*
2
2
3
PRT
*
Individual Total
A
Block Total
B
Zone Total
C
Entire PLU Total
D
Search Code
1
: PLU#
2
: UPC#
15-2
15. TOTAL OPERATION
15.3 PLU TOTAL REPORT
A Individual Total
Ex.) Individual PLU Total (PLU #100)
1
0
PRT
0
*
B Block Total
Ex.) UPC Block Total (UPC #100100~100199)
1
0
0
PRT
1
*
NOTE: The
key represents 0 through 9. The most significant digit in the starting number is
keys.
followed by an appropriate number of
C Zone Total
Ex.) PLU Zone Total (PLU #100~107)
1
0
0
PLU
1
0
7
PRT
*
D Entire PLU Total
PRT
*
NOTES:1. When setting the PLU zone, it is not necessary to enter a beginning number which is smaller
than an end number.
2. When issuing a block or a zone total report, a PLU with no sales record is not printed. If all
PLUs of the block or zone have no sales record, only the total is printed.
3. Pressing the C key in the middle of issuing a reset report stops printing and data is not
cleared.
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16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE
16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE
16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE
Take the following action if an error message has appeared on the commodity name display along with
the buzzer sounding.
WARNING!
If you cannot solve the problem with the following solution instruction, do not attempt further trouble
shooting, by yourself. Turn the power off, unplug the printer, then contact TOSHIBA TEC Authorized
Service representative for assistance.
Do not attempt to repair or adjust alone, because electrical equipment is dangerous
Programming Mode
Message
Cause
Solution
DATA ENTRY ERROR
Error in key input.
Press the CLEAR key, and reinput the right data.
MEMORY FULL
No memory space to set PLU.
Press the CLEAR key, and
delete unnecessary PLUs.
DUPLICATE PLU
The PLU # being changed is
already registered.
Press the CLEAR key, and
check the PLU.
PLU NOT FOUND
The PLU # being called is not
registered.
Press the CLEAR key, and set
the data to free PLU#.
CHAR. OVERRUN
Attempt is made to set more
than max. allowed number of
characters.
Press the CLEAR key, and reinput the right data.
PRT FAILURE
Printer trouble.
1. Check that the label and print
head are set correctly.
2. If the label home position is
misaligned, press the FEED
key.
LABEL OVERRUN
Label overruns.
Press the FEED key.
RESTORE THE PLUS
The capacity of RAM was
changed with the ingredient
data stored.
Press the CLEAR key and save
the ingredient data. Then delete
the data from the memory of the
unit. After that change the capacity
of RAM and load the data to the
unit.
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16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE
16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE
Label Issue Mode
Message
Cause
Solution
DATA ENTRY ERROR
Error in key input.
Press the C key, and re-input the
right data.
PLU NOT FOUND
The PLU # being called is not
registered.
Press the C key, and check the
PLU #.
TOTALS OVERFLOW
GRAND TOTAL or PLU TOTAL memory has been exceeded at the time of issuing a
label.
Press the C key, then the ESC.
key and select ‘RESET’. Then sum
up the exceeded memory.
MEMORY WILL FULL
The machine judges the
memory is full before designated number of media are
printed in Batch mode.
Press the C key, then the ESC.
key and select ‘RESET’. Then sum
up the exceeded memory.
PLU DATA ERROR
Error in the PLU data.
Press the C key, and reprogram
PLU data.
PRT FAILURE
Printer trouble.
Media end.
1. Check that the label and print
head are set correctly.
2. If the label home position is
misaligned, press the FEED
key.
LABEL OVER RUN
Label overruns.
Press the FEED key.
Read and Reset Mode
Message
Cause
Solution
PLU NOT FOUND
Corresponding PLU # is not
registered.
Press the C key, and enter the
correct PLU #.
PRT FAILURE
Printer trouble.
Same as in the label issue mode.
LABEL OVER RUN
Label overruns.
Press the FEED key.
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16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE
16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE
CMT Operation Mode
Message
Cause
Solution
Mismatch of the model type.
Mismatch of the base unit.
MISMATCH SPEC.
Mismatch of the VERSION.
Press the CLEAR key.
Mismatch of the TRANSMITTING DATA.
Mismatch of the scale
capacity.
Parity error
Framing error
BAD TAPE OR CMT
Overrun error
Press the CLEAR key.
Data error
Two or More Hardware error
TIME OUT ERROR
Press the CLEAR key.
Time out error
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17. CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD
17. CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD
17. CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD
WARNING!
Since there is a cutter at the paper outlet, be careful not to injure your fingers when cleaning the print
head and cutter.
If the print head is dirty, printing will not be clear. The print head should be cleaned with a print head
cleaner everyday before use, according to the following procedure:
1. Open the label cover and remove the label cassette. (See page 9-1)
2. Clean the print head element with the print head cleaner.
Print Head
Print Head Cleaner
Element
3. Clean the print head element with the print head cleaner.
NOTE:
Be careful not to damage the print head when cleaning.
4. If any label paste is found on the label on the cutter, wipe off paste with alcohol.
After removing the label cutter, reattach it using the following procedure.
1. Install an unloaded label cassette on the scale.
2. Install the label cutter, aligning the cutter notches with the screw holes.
3. Secure the cutter with the screw (FL-3x6) so the bottom of the cutter is 0.5~0.8 mm above the peeloff plate.
Head Holder
Screw (FL-3x6)
Screw (FL-3x6)
Clearance
0.5~0.8 mm
Label Cutter
Peel-off Plate
Label Cutter
NOTE:
If the cutter is scratching labels during printing, increase the clearance between the cutter
and peel-off plate.
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18. TROUBLESHOOTING
18. TROUBLESHOOTING
18. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING!
This scale has been manufactured under strict quality control. If you have any trouble, however, DO
NOT ATTEMPT TO FIX IT BY YOURSELF. Pull the power plug out of the outlet, and contact the
TOSHIBA TEC Authorized Service representative.
Problems
Solution
“----” is displayed at
power on.
Was the power turned ON when something was on the platter?
→ Make sure nothing is on the platter and turn the power on again.
Is the platter mounted correctly?
→ Mount the platter correctly and turn the power on again.
Display unstable.
Is anything touching the platter?
→ If so, remove it.
Is the machine in a windy location?
→ Avoid locations subject to the wind.
No print.
1. Check that the media is loaded correctly.
2. Check whether the print head is set correctly or not.
Dots missing in the print.
Dirty print head. → Clean the print head.
Call the TOSHIBA TEC Authorized Service representative if necessary.
Unclear (or blurred)
printing.
1. Dirty print head. → Clean the print head.
2. Poor media quality. → Change media type.
Power does not come
on.
1. Plug power cord into an AC socket.
2. Check the circuit breakers or fuses.
3. Plug another appliance into the AC socket to check if there is power
supplied.
Call the TOSHIBA TEC Authorized Service representative if necessary.
You see a raised nap
where the media has
been cut.
1. Clean the cutter blades.
2. The blades are worn. → Call the TOSHIBA TEC Authorized Service
representative.
Before You Call for Service
It is our primary concern to give you full satisfaction and better service. If, however, any problem arises
in connection with the operation of this scale, please check the following points before calling for
service:
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
Is the power plug fully plugged into an AC outlet?
Is the power turned ON?
Is AC power being properly supplied to the outlet? (Check it using another electric appliance.)
Check the circuit breaker.
Has there been a power failure of any sort?
Has the operation been carried out in the correct order?
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