CAS LP-1000 C, LP-1000 B Owner's manual

CAS LP-1000 C, LP-1000 B Owner's manual
 OWNER’S MANUAL
MODEL A 1000 PLU
MODEL B 200 PLU /INGREDIENTS
MODEL C 600 PLU / INGREDIENTS
LP-1000
LABEL PRINTING SCALE
OWNER’S MANUAL
MODEL A 1000 PLU
MODEL B 200 PLU /INGREDIENTS
MODEL C 600 PLU /INGREDIENTS
= CAS (USA) Corp.
INSTALLATION, PROGRAMMING
AND
OPERATIONS MANUAL
FOR THE
LP-1000 SERIES PRINTING SCALE
MODEL A, B, aC
CONTENTS
SECTION |: INSTALLATION.......................... 4
SECTION II: PROGRAMMING......................... 18
SECTION Ill: OPERATION
— WARNING!
1) Make sure that you leave the scale plugged in an ON for 48 con-
secutive hours before you begin programming.
2) You may also leave the scale ON for 48 hours after programming.
FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE THE NOTE ON PAGE 11.
‚3) Make sure that you plug your scale into the proper power outlet.
Most scales use 110VAC 60Hz.
FOR MORE DETAILS SEE PAGE 4.
SECTION |
CONTENTS:
|. Installation Procedure
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3. Getting Started
A) Assembling the Display Pole................................ 5
В) Installing the Label Roll...................................._...... 7
С) Installing the Overlay.............................e.eresererevono 9
ll. Fundamental Procedures
1. Default Settings
A) Power ON and Clearing RAM................................ 10
B) Setting Label Format and Label Adjust ................ 11
C) Setting the Time and Date............................e.e.... 13
2. Scale Basic Operations
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В) TARE Key and Taring...........................e.esecrercoceros 14
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l.
Installation Procedure
1. UNPACKING
DESCRIPTION
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No. PART NUMBER
1 мы
2 же
3 1704-A00-0020
4 9200-A00-2015
5 9100-A00-2015
6 LP-1000
7 9050-A00-7550
8 9053-A00-0010
9 1002-A00-0070
10 ---
11. 9200-A00-2000
12 9000-A00-0099
13 9120-A00-5448
8010
8020(B & C Model Only)
2100-LP0-9999
*Pole Display Assembly
*Pole Display Bracket Cover Kit
*Bracket
Right / Left Styrofoam
Packing Box
LP-1000 Scale
Poly Bag (Scale)
Silica Gel Bags
Platter
Poly Bag (Platter)
Packing Styrofoam (Platter)
Owner’s Manual
Packing Lid
UPC Non-Ingredients Label Roll
UPC Ingredients Label Roll
Spill Proof Overlay
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* The asterisk means that these items are available only in Display Pole Models ONLY.
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Installation Procedures
2. CAUTIONS
A) Environment: This scale must be installed in a dry and liquid
free environment. *However, when the scale is installed in a high
humidity or wet type environment be sure to install the Spill Proof
Overlay onto the face plate of the LP-1000. The Overlay comes
standard with the scale. To install it please follow the Overlay In-
stallation instructions. Make sure that you constantly inspect the
the Overlay for any perforations or leaks of any type. Please notify
your local CAS Dealer for purchasing any new Overlays. We re-
comend the use of this Overlay regardless of the environment.
B) Location: This scale must be placed on a flat and stable surface.
Please keep the scale away from oscillating fans, ventilation sys-
tems, or drafts as these air disturbances can be picked-up by the
scale and may cause incorrect weight readings.
C) Leveling: If the scale is not properly level, please adjust the 4
legs at the bottom of the scale (turn legs clockwise or counter-
clockwise) so as to center the bubble of the leveling gauge inside
the indicated circle. (See Fig.)
LEVELING GAUGE
WRONG RIGHT | LEVELING GAUGE |
ADJUSTING LEGS
RIGHT SIDE
*NOTE: Scale is to be used in-doors ONLY
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D) Power Outlet: Your power outlet in which you will plug in the
LP-1000 scale should be a dedicated line with no electrical motors
or other “noise” producing appliances connected to the same line.
Your outlet must be properly grounded and wired in order to insure
long and trouble free operation of LP-1000. Itis strongly suggested
that surge protectors be used with this equipment as with all com-
puter type appliances. Please see that your outlet follows the out-
lines described below.
E) The socket-outlet shell be installed near the equipment and shall
be easily accessible.
NEUTRAL WIRE (B) HOT WIRE (A)
E
DO NOT USE
3 PRONG TO LP-1000 POWER CORD
2 PRONG ADAPTER
SAFETY GROUND (C)
Voltage Test using a V.O.M. Place probes across the following test points:
(A) & (B) = 117 VAC + 5%
(A) & (C) = 110 VAC + 5%
(B) & (C) = 0VAC+5VAC
NOTE: Any LP-1000 with a serial number whose last 5 digits are
greater than 50000, will have an automatic power supply. It
will be able to use any voltage from 85V AC to 265V AC and
50/60Hz + 3Hz. If you are unsure of your LP-1000's electri-
cal rating, please refer to the scale’s Serial Number Plate
located in front of the scale.
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|. Installation Procedures
3. Getting Started
A) Assembling the Display Pole: If your scale is the “Pole” type
then you must follow this section and then continue to the next.
However, if your scale is the “Non-Pole” type then you may skip
this section and go on to the next. To begin installing the Pole
display, make sure your scale comes with the display bracket &
the pole display. (See fig.)
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POLE DISPLAY BRACKET | POLE DISPLAY
Feed the pole display connectors down the display bracket and
up through the hole in the scale under-body. Attach the bracket
cover to the display pole and then attach the bracket cover to
the bracket itself. (See fig.)
Remove the platter from the platform. Open the printer side-
cover and then remove the three rear cover screws. Feed the
connectors in through the printer bay into the scale. (See fig.)
REAR COVER
PRINTER BAY TOP REAR VIEW
PRINTER COVER REAR COVER SCREWS
Tilt the rear cover towards the back of the scale and connect the
three connectors to there adequate receptacles on the rear Dis-
play P.C.B. (See fig.)
Place the rear cover back to its original position and re-attach
the three screws that hold it in place. The pole display insta-
llation is now complete.
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This display can turn about 180°. However, if the display head
does not turn freely, please loosen the twist lock nut on the
display pole. (See fig.)
TOP VIEW
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TIGHTEN LOOSEN
B) Installing the Label Roll: To install the label roll AT ANY TIME
you must follow the directions in this section.
Remove the printer front-cover and the printer side-cover. As
you can see there is a detailed diagram affixed onto the inside
of the printer side-cover. Use this diagram (or this manual) for
future reference on how to properly install the label roll.
(See fig.)
PRINTER FRONT COVER
PRINTER SIDE COVER
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Find and remove the Label Roll Pin and the Pick-up Pin. Also,
find the Print Head Release Lever and lift it upwards. Release
the Print Head Release Lever and the print head will automa-
tically lift up. If there were any labels previously installed
please remove all the collected backing paper on the pick-up
spool. Also remove the cardboard paper roll core if there was
a label roll previously installed. (See fig.)
LABEL ROLL PIN
PRINT HEAD
RELEASE
PICK - UP SPOOL
PICK-UP PIN
CARD BOARD CORE
Take the new roll of labels and find the ending. Peel-off and dis-
card about one foot (12 inches) of labels from the backing be-
fore installing the roll into the scale. Place the label in the scale
as shown and thread the backing through the appropriate
places. (See fig.)
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RIGHT WAY WRONG WAY
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Please view the checkpoints on the diagram below as you read
these directions to thread the labels. Feed the backing paper
over the Paper Pressure Shaft lifting the Pressure Plate in order
to place the backing between the two (©); feed the backing
paper between the two green Sensor Caps (©); under the Label
Guide Roller making sure that the backing paper lies between
the two washers on the Label Guide Roller (©); feed the
backing over the red Rubber Roller and under the Print Head
being careful not to touch the underside of the Print Head (®);
over the Peel-off Bar (®); under the Return Roller (®); feed the
backing under and around the Pick Up Spool (@).
Now attach the Pick Up Spool Pin into the spool and turn it
slowly counterclockwise in order to tighten the backing paper.
Push the Print Head down in order to lock it back in place (®).
You will feel and hear it lock in place. Replace the printer covers.
You have completed the label roll installation. (See fig.)
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C) Installing the Overlay: Take the overlay and peel off the backing
strips so as to expose the contact glue. Place the overlay over
the face of the LP-1000 and press firmly around the perimeter of
the overlay making sure that the contact glue properly bonds to
the face of the scale.
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Il. Fundamental Procedures
1.
Default Settings
A) Power ON and Clearing RAM: The Power switch is located on
Fig. A
the left side of the scale. Make sure that the power switch is
OFF. Plug the scale into an AC socket and make sure that the
socket's power is within the scale's operating range. Turn the
power switch ON. You will hear a beep and the displays will all
light up with “1’s” across all the displays. The scale will then
count up: “2’s”, “3’s”, and so on until “9’s”. Then the scale
will read “0.00” in all three displays. This is called the ZERO
state. You will notice that when the scale is in this state an
arrowhead light will be lit and point to ZERO on the WE/GHT dis-
play. Set the System Control Switch to PGM posi-
tion. “PLU” will be displayed in the WE/GHT DISPLAY. Press
the PRT/* key and the displays will read:
A MODEL: “PLUno 17000
B MODEL: “PLUno 200 a
C MODEL: “PLUno 600 >
NOTE: The number in the middle display may be less than the above numbers. This
number represents the total number of unused PLU'S.
WARNING: The procedure below will wipe out ALL of the scale's memory
contents! Once done, all data will be permanently lost. This
procedure is only needed when you receive the scale for the
first time. You must program Label Format, Adjust number,
Time, and Date after you execute 22757 RAM Clear Code.
Type the following number on the Numeric Keypadto clear all
of RAM. Press 22757 PRT/* The displays will read:
“PLUno init ALL” and remain this way for about 45 seconds
and then return to display the above (Fig. A) condition.
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Set the System Control Switch to REG position and
then press the PRT/* key. All the displays will read “0.00”.
You have cleared all of RAM.
NOTE: This scale uses a rechargeable battery to retain program-
med information. While the scale is ON or in use it keeps
the battery charged. The battery must be fully charged be-
fore turning the power OFF or memory contents can be lost.
It takes approximately 48 hours to fully charge the battery
from complete discharge. Even though the scale’s battery
will most likely not be completely discharged when you re-
ceive the scale, you should still charge it for 48 hours.
Once fully charged, the battery can retain programmed
information for at least 6 months with power OFF. To ensure
memory contents do one of the following:
D Leave power ON for at least 2 days before programming.
OR
O Do not turn OFF power for at least 2 days after program-
ming.
B) Setting Label Format and Adjust Number: Label Format is a six
digit number that tells the scale what type of label is being used
in the scale and what to print on it. The Adjust number is a two
digit number (16 is normal) that tells the sale how high up or low
to print the data on the labels. The higher the number, the high-
er it will print. For a detailed explanation of Label Format and
Adjust number see SECTION II Part Il: C)Programming Adjust
Number.
Set the System Control Switeh to PEM position.
Press V key three times and the WE/GHT display should read
“LABEL”. Press the PRT/* and the displays will read:
MODEL A: “LABEL EntEr 141111”
MODEL B/C: “LABEL EntEr 143111”
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Please look at the following sample labels and determine which
is the label installed in your scale:
101110 (#8000 141111 (#8010
| PACKED ON | SELL BY | NET WT 18S
PACKED ON | SELL BY | WT LBS PRICE TOTAL PRICE
| PRICE PER LB pur VRE J Hd
PACKED on] SELL BY | NET WT. LBS
PRICE PER LB. TOTAL $ PRICE
| PACKED ON| SELL BY WEIGHT
SAFE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS
THIS PRODUCT WAS PREPARED FROM INSPECTED AND PASSED MEAT AND/OR POULTRY SOME FOOD
PRODUCTS MAY CONTAIN BACTERIA THAT COULD CAUSE ILLNESS IF THE PRODUCT IS MISHANDLED
0R COOKED IMPROPERLY. FOR YOUR PROTECTION, FOLLOW THESE SAFE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS
KEEP REFRIGERATED OR FROZEN. THAW IN REFRIGERATOR OR MICROWAVE
KEEP RAW MEAT AND POULTRY SEPARATE FROM COOK THORQUEHLY
OTHER FOODS. WASH WORKING SURFACES KEEP HOT FOODS HOT
8 (INCLUDING CUTTING BOARDS), UTENSILS, ND (J REFRIGERATE LEFTOVERS
HANDS AFTER TOUCHING RAW MEAT OR POULTRY IMMEDIATELY OR DISCARD
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
101310 (#8030)
PACKED ON| SELL BY |NETWT.LBS. | PRICE PER LB. OT
SAFE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS
THIS PRODUCT WAS PREPARED FROM INSPECTED AND PASSED MEAT ANDIOR POULTRY SOME FOOD
PRODUCTS MAY CONTAIN BACTERIA THAT COULD CAUSE ILLMESS IF THE PRODUCT IS MISHANDLED
OR COOKED IMPROPERLY FOR YOUR PROTECTION, FOLLOW THESE SAFE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS:
KEEP REFRIGERATED OR FROZEN. THAW IN REFRIGERATOR OR MICROWAVE.
KEEP RAW MEAT AND POULTRY SEPARATE FROM —_— COOK THOROUGHLY
OTHER FOODS. WASH WORKING SURFACES KEEP HOT FOODS HOT.
(INCLUDING CUTTING BOARDS), UTENSILS, AND EJ. REFRIGERATE LEFTOVERS
HANDS AFTER TOUCHING RAW MEAT OR POULTRY IMMEDIATELY OR DISCARD.
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C)
On top of each label you will see a six digit Label Format and,
to the right of it, that label’s stock number.
Type in the six digit number above the corresponding label that
you have selected. Make sure that you use the Numeric Keypad
to type the number in. Press the PRT/* key. The scale has
now accepted the new Label Format. The WE/GHT display
should now read: “AdJSt”. Press the PRT/* key and the dis-
plays should read: “AdJSt EntEr 16”. The number in the
TOTAL PRICE display may be different. Press the TY key and
then the 6 key. The TOTAL PRICE display should now read:
“ 16”. Place the System Control Switch to the
REG position and then press the PRT/* key. The displays
should all read “0.00”. You have now programmed Label For-
mat and Adjust number.
Setting the Time and Date: Place the System Control
Switch tothe PGM position. Press the V key five times
and the WE/GHT display should read “dAtE”. Press the PRT/*
key and the displays should read: “E dAt 03.15.95”.
The TOTAL PRICE display will of course show whatever date
was programmed previously. Now type in the date using the
Numeric Keypad with the format MONTH / DAY / YEAR.
Remember to type in two digits for each month, day, and year.
For example, to enter the date March 2, 1995, you must press
the following keys: O 3 0 2 95. After you enter the date
the WE/GHT display should read “timE”. Press the PRT/*
key and the displays should read: “E tim 15.50.35”.
The TOTAL PRICE display will of course show whatever time
was previously programmed. Now type in the time using the
Numeric Keypad with the format HOUR : MINUTES : SECONDS.
Be sure to use military time and to type in two digits for each
hour, minutes, seconds. For example, to enter the time 4:04 PM,
press the following keys: 1 6 O 4 0 O. After you enter the
time the WE/GHT display should read “SHoP”. Place the
System Control Switch to the REG position.
Press the DATE / TIME key and look at the displays.
Press the € key when done.
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ll. Fundamental Procedures
2. Scale Basic Operations
A) Weighing: Set the System Control Switch to the
REG position. All the displays should read “0.00”. The ZERO
lamp should be on. (See fig.)
WEIGHT TOTAL PRICE
The у symbol represents the lamps on the displays above.
If the lamp is not on, press the ZERO key. Place an item on
the platter. See the weight being displayed on the WE/GHT
display. Remove item from the platter.
WARNING: Avoid leaving ANY item or items on the platter for prolonged
periods of time.
B) TARE Key and Taring: Tare is the weight of a container being
used for an item which you wish to calculate the total price of.
The TARE key subtracts the weight of the container. This
scale can tare from 0.01 pounds to 30.00 pounds.
Known Tare: If you know the weight of the container you may
use this method to enter the tare. Make sure the NET lamp
is off and the ZERO lamp is on. Type the weight of the con-
tainer using the Numeric Keypad and then press the TARE
key. For example, if the weight of the container is 0.10 pounds,
press the following keys: T O TARE. The displays should
read: “-0.10 0.00 0.00”. The ZERO and the NET
lamps should both be lit.
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Unknown Tare: If you do not know the weight of the container
you may use this method instead of the Known Tare method.
Make sure that the ZERO lamp is on and the NET lamp is off.
Place the container on the platter and wait for the weight to
stabilize. Press the TARE key and the displays will read the
following: “ 0.00 0.00 0.00”. The ZERO and the NET
lamps will both be on.
Releasing the Tare: To release the tare, remove all items from
the platter and then press the TARE key. All displays should
show “0.00” and only the ZERO lamp should be lit. If this me-
thod does not work, turn the scale OFF and then ON again.
C) Unit Pricing: You can enter any unit price using the Numeric
keypad as long as the price is from $ 0.01 to $99.99. You may
also use the 72 and Ya keys to double or quadruple the unit
price respectively.
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IH. Trouble Shooting
PROBLEMS REMARKS
e Scale does not work at all. e Check the fuse located to the left
of the power switch.
e No light on the displays & e Try plugging scale into a different
the power switch is ON. electrical socket.
e Scale counts up to 9’s & o Remove everything from the pla-
then goes blank. tter. Turn scale OFF and then ON.
e Make sure platter is properly in-
e Scale counts up to 9’s & stalled and nothing is obstructing
then shows: the platter from underneath.
“Zero rAnGE Error” e Call your CAS Dealer for SPAN
calibration.
e Scale does not accept e Make sure that the Tare being en-
Tare | tered is within 0.01 ~ 30.00 Lbs.
e Make sure that the NET lamp is off
before trying to enter a Tare.
e In spite of pressing the e Make sure all items are removed
TARE key, the Tare from the platter & then try again.
does not clear. e Remove all items from the platter
and then turn scale OFF & ON.
“CAUTION”
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. replace only
with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer. dispose of used battaries according to the
manufacturer instructions
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IV Specifications
Model A Model B Model C
30.00 Lbs x 0.01 Lbs
CAPACITY x RESOLUTION
| (15.000 Kg x 0.005 Kg)
-30.00 Lbs > -0.01 Lbs
TARE
(- 5.99 Kg - -0.005 Kg)
WEIGHT DISPLAY 4 DIGITS (USA) 5 DIGITS (EX-USA)
UNIT PRICE DISPLAY 4 DIGITS (USA) 6 DIGITS (EX-USA)
TOTAL PRICE DISPLAY 5 DIGITS (USA) 7 DIGITS (EX-USA)
CONDITIONS:
TEMPERATURE RANGE 23°F ~ 95°F (-5°C ~ 35°C)
POWER | 85 VAC - 265 VAC 50/60 Hz + 3Hz
| | A B ©
MEMORY
CAPACITY 1000 PLU 200 PLU 600 PLU
INGREDIENT DATA NOT AVAILABLE 400 CHARACTER | 250 CHARACTER
LABEL TYPES 58 X 30 mm (#8000) | 58 X 30 mm (#8000) | 58 X 30 mm (#8000)
58 X 40 mm (#8010) | 58 X 40 mm (#8010) | 58 X 40 mm (#8010)
58 X 60 mm (#8020)* | 58 X 60 mm (#8020)
58 X 50 mm (#8030) | 58 X 50 mm (#8030) 58 X 50 mm (#8030)
58 X60 mm (#8040) | 58 X 60 mm (#8040) 58 X 60 mm (#8040)
COMMODITY NAME | 2 LINES OF 28 CHARACTERS EACH = 56 CHARACTERS PER COMMODITY
DIRECT PLU KEYS 54 PRESET KEYS
DATA TRANSFER SCALE TO SCALE: ALL DATA TRANSFER
PC TO SCALE / SCALE TO PC: PARTIAL DATA TRANSFER
* NOTE: #8020 Label is used to print ingredient data.
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SECTION II
CONTENTS:
|. Nomenclature
1. Keypads
A) Numeric Keypad.....................................eeeenene. 20
EC 22
2. Mode Switches
A) System Control Switch...................................... 24
B) Mode Control Switch.............................e....e0..... 24
3. Displays
A) Weight Display... 25
B) Unit Price Display... 25
C) Total Price Display... 26
4. Printer Mechanism
A) Front View... eee Le 27
EEE |: A sens 27
Il. Programming Your Scale Via the Scale Keypads
1. Program System Control Data
A) Programming the Department Number....( dPtno )........ 28
B) Programming the Label Format................ (LADEL )........ 28
C) Programming the Adjust Number............. (AdJSt )........ 32
О) Programming the Date.............................. (dAtE )........ 33
E) Programming the Time............................ (timE )........ 33
F) Programming the Shop Data..................... (SHoP )........ 33
(Store Name & Address)
G) Programming the Head Data....................( HEAd )........ 34
(Non-PLU Commodity Name)
H) Programming the Auto Print Function.....( AUtoP )........ 35
2. Programming PLU and Ingredient Data
A) Message (Ingredients) Programming................. 36
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B) PLU Programming... ca wmunvissssvsisissiossisssiimss 38
B1) Item Code............................ (iCodE ).......... 39
B2) Commodity Name................... (nAmE )......... 39
B3) Message Number........... soba (mSGno ).......... 40
B4) Unit Price.............................. (PriCE ).......... 40
B5) Shelf Life............................... (LIFE — ).......... 41
B6) Tare Weight .......................... (tArE — )........... 41
B7) Group Code........................... ( GCodE ).......... 41
B8) Saving a PLU to Memory......... (SAVE ).......... 42
B9) Deleting a PLU From Memory..( ErASE ).......... 42
C) PLU Quick Price Change..........................eoncecon. 42
D) Preset Keys Programming................................ 43
lll. Programming Your Scale Via Scale to Scale Link
1. RS-232C Interface Cable...........................c.eesccscccccoo 45
IV. Programming Your Scale Via Personal Computer
1. Unpacking and Installing the DBMS......................... 46
2. DBMS System Map... 46
A) Scale Type Menu........................e.ececccccoceccaceceoo. 46
В) Main Menu........................e.conccccrcroccoceer eee ee. 46
3. Enxiting the DEMI... .—.=-==.0== 00 ace. 47
V. System Maps
1 e 48
2. PGM Mode Map For Model B and C.......... eeeconococacenes 48
3. PGM Mode Map For Model A................... POCA 49
4. PLU Programming Map For Model B and C................. 49
5. PLU Programming Map For Model A........................... 50
6. MEE Mode Map........................eeerceccccercceroee eee. 50
Nomenclature
1.
Keypads
A) Numeric Keypad: The Numeric Keypad is used to
enter all numerical data in MEM Mode. In REG
Mode, the Numeric Keypadis used to enter prices,
quantities, and counts. Here is a sample of the Nu-
meric Keypad and an explanation of what each key is
used for. ( See fig. )
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KEY DEFINITIONS
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Numeric keys used to enter numerical data.
Clear key used to clear Error conditions and bring
displays to their initial state ( 0.00).
Used to enter by piece sales, i.e. 3 Pieces FOR $1.00.
Used to clear Tare entries and to enter Tare weight.
Quarter key. This key allows the sale of items by unit price
per quarter pound. This function quadruples the price per
pound.
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1/2
PLU
PRT/*
FEED
Half key. This key allows the sale of items by unit price per
half pound. This function doubles the price per pound.
When ON, this function will not let the unit price or tare
weight of a PLU automatically clear even after you remove
the item from the platter. This function acts like a toggle
switch: you will know the function is ON by the indicator
lamp in the Unit Price display. This function is similar to
Pre-Pack.
Price Look Up key. This key is used to “call-up” PLU’s by
their numbers ( 1 to 9999).
The multiple label key. This key is used to generate more
than one label with the same data.
This is the print key. It is used to manually print out a label
in REG mode. It also works as an “ENTER” key in
PGM mode. QU |
This is the Feed key. It is used to feed a blank label
through the printer mechanism. It requires 2 presses in
regular operation.
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B) PLU Keypad: The PLU Keypad is used to enter -alphanu-
merical data. To use the keypad for programming you must
remove the pull-out sheet. To use the PLU Keypadin REG
mode, you can write the name and number of the PLU’s on
the corresponding speed keys on the pull-out sheet.
All commodity names, message data, and store name
and address are typed using this keypad in PGM mode.
The PLU Keypad doubles as a preset PLU key keypad. You
can quickly reference 54 PLU’s using these keys. The scale
automatically programs the PLU Keypadto be PLU 1 to 54.
A speed key’s number is shown circled on the lower left-hand
side of each key. |
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KEY DEFINITIONS
DATE
TIME
SHIFT
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SPACE
-— This key displays the time and date in REG mode.
This key works like a Caps Lock key on a computer. Itis
used to type capital letters. You can tell ifthe SHIFT
function is active by an indicator lamp in the UN/7 PRICE
display.
This is the Left Arrow Key. It is used to scroll the cursor
to the left when programming alpha-numeric data.
This is the Right Arrow Key. It is used to scroll the cursor
to the right when programming alpha-numeric data.
This is the Up Arrow Key. It is used to scroll from Line to
Line when programming commodity names, message data,
or store name and address. It is also used to move up the
System Maps.
This is the Down Arrow Key. It is used to scroll from Line
to Line when programming commodity names, message
data, or store name and address. It is also used to move
down the System Maps.
This key is used to set the Zero Point to 0.00.
These keys are used to enter numbers as “text” for a com-
modity name, message data, or store name and address.
The Symbol keys are also used to type text.
These are the Letter Keys. They are used to type in text.
This is the Space Key. It functions the same as a space
bar on a computer keyboard.
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ENTER This key is the Enter Key. It functions just like an enter
- key on a computer. It is used to go to Line 2 or the next
Line after typing some text.
2. Mode Switches
There are two mode switches: System Control
Switch and Mode Control Switch. The
mode switches are located in the front of the scale be-
low the Numeric Keypad. ( See fig.)
PGM STOP
— MODEL: LP-1IO0O0SERIAL NUMBER PSO9551253
MAX=30LB MIN=0.2LB T=-30.00LB e=d=0.01LB
REC 8 8 MANUAL
ACE
POWER AC 120/60Hz Can > APPROVAL No:92-169
MANUFACTURED BY CAS CORPORATION. MADE IN KOREA
AUTO
A)
B)
System Control Switch: This mode switch controls the
three functions of the scale. PGM mode is used to
set all of the scale's functions and PLU's. REG mode
is used for operating the scale. ACC is used to gene-
rate sales reports.
Mode Control Switch: This mode switch controls the
functioning of the printer. It has three modes also.
The STOP mode inhibits all printing. MANUAL
mode allows issuing of a label when the PRT/* key is
pressed. In AUTO mode, labels are issued when
the weight is stabilized and greater than zero. The use
of the PRT/* key will also generate a label.
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3. Displays
A) Weight Display: The WEIGHT display shows the
B)
weight of an item on the platter whether it be positive
or negative and within the range of the scale.
The WEIGHT display also indicates if the scale is at
ZERO or if there is a tare entered into the scale by way
of a ZERO and NET lamps. ( See Fig. )
a «a
Unit Price Display: The UN/7 PRICE display shows the
price per pound of an item to be weighed. It also indi-
cates whether the SAVE function is active by way of
the indicator lamp. The UNIT PRICE display, in pro-
gram mode only, indicates the condition of the SH/FT
lamp. If the SH/FT lamp is ON, you can type in capital
letters, but if the SHIFT lamp is OFF, you can only type
lowercase letters. Finally, the UNIT PRICE display also
indicates if the scale is in AUTO mode by way of an in-
dicator lamp. ( See fig.)
UNIT PRICE $/LB
MTI
LLL
| SAVE AUTO SHIFT |
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C) Total Price Display: The TOTAL PRICE display shows
the unit price multiplied by the weight to give the total
price.
NOTE: On scales with a FOREIGN character set, the TOTAL PRICE
display also indicates when it is in FOREIGN typing mode by
way of an indicator lamp. ( See Fig.)
TOTAL PRICE $
MN
0
У
CAPACITY:30x0.01lb е=а= 0.016
FOREIGN TYPING MODE LAMP
4. PRINTER MECHANISM
It is very important that you be familiar with the printer
mechanism. Every time your labels run out you will be
required to install the label roll and you will need to
know the general parts of the printer.
A) Front View: (With Printer Front Cover removed)
LABEL PEEL SENSOR
THERMAL PRINTHEAD
PEEL-OFF BAR
RED RUBBER
R LED ASSEMBLY
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A) Front View: (Continued)
LABEL PEEL SENSOR: This sensor is used in conjunction with IR LED to detect if
there is a printed label waiting to be taken.
THERMAL PRINTHEAD: The Thermal Printhead is the part that does the actual
printing. The printhead is VERY sensitive! Please keep
water and other liquids AWAY from the printhead.
DO NOT TOUCH the underside of the printhead.
If labels become jammed and stuck to the printhead,
please call a qualified CAS Dealer to solve this problem.
When finished installing labels, it is necessary to push
down on the TOP of the printhead to lock it in place.
RED RUBBER ROLLER: This is the part that the printhead press the labels
against in order to print. Please do not scratch or
harm in any way this roller. Any damage to the roller
can result in bad print or lower quality print.
PEEL-OFF BAR: This part causes the labels to peel-off their backing
paper when the paper slides over it. Always install
the labels OVER the Peel-Off Bar.
IR LED: This part is used in conjunction with the Label Peel
Sensor to detect if there is a printed label waiting to be
taken. (Infra-Red Light Emmiting Diode)
B) Side View: (See pages 8 and 9 for complete details)
NOTE: Always replace the Printer Side Cover and the Printer Front
Cover to ensure proper operation of the scale. Failure to do
so can result in printer failure. Also, failure to comply with
any or all of the guidelines for proper maintenance can ad-
versely affect your scales warrantee.
WARNING! You are about to begin programming the scale. Please
follow the directions properly. If you get stuckin PGM
mode, please follow the System Maps (see CONTENTS).
DO NOT TURN OFF SCALE IN PGM MODE!!!
Doing so will cause your PLU data file to become corrupt
and may cause other unpredictable effects.
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ll. Programming your scale via scale keypads
EXAMPLE:
1. Programming System Control Data
A) Programming the Department Number: The department num-
ber is used to control the first two barcode digits. This number
should always be set to 2.
1) Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
2) Press the ¥ two times.
3) The WEIGHT display should read “dPtno”.
4) Press the PRT/* key.
The displays should read: “dPtno EntEr 2”. The number
inthe TOTAL PRICE display is what the department number is
currently programmed to.
5) Press the € key and then the 2 key.
6) Press the PRT/* key.
7) Place the System Control Switch into REG mode.
You have successfully programmed the department number.
EXAMPLE:
B) Programming the Label Format: The label format is a six digit
number that controls the label functions. It controls the type
and format of the UPC, the type of labels, printing suppression,
and control of functions.
1) Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
2) Press the Y three times.
3) The WEIGHT display should read “LAbEL”.
4) Press the PRT/* key.
The displays should read: “LABEL EntEr 141111”. The
number in the TOTAL PRICE display is what the department
number is currently programmed to.
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5) Now look at the table below and determine the label format
number you want. Type the number on the Numeric keypad.
6) Press the PRT/* key and place the System Control Switch to
the REG position. (Six digit format below is for LST #8010.)
14-14 1 1 1
Digit#1 Digit#2 Digit#3 Digit#4 Digit#5 Digit #6
DIGIT # | DIGIT DESCRIPTION SETTING AND DESCRIPTION
Digit #1 | (For Future Use) — his setting is always set to 1
Digit #2 | UPC & Print control Packed On Date Print Sell By Date | Non-UPC Label
1 |Packed On Date NOT Print | Print LST#8000
2 |Packed On Date Print kel By Date OR
3 |Packed On Date NOT Print] NOT Print LST#8030
4 |Packed On Date Print Sell By Date UPC Label
5 |Packed On Date NOT Print Print LST#8010, LST#8020
6 |Packed On Date Print Sell By Date OR
7 | Packed On Date NOT Print] NOT Print LST#8040
ET SEUL ACE A E == SS > A PA SEE
Digit 43 | Commodity Name 0 |Prints 1 line ONLY of LARGE For Labels LST#8000,
Size PLU commodity name. LST#8010,
LST#8030,
NOTE: If Digit#3is | 1 | Prints 2 lines of Smaller PLU And LST#8040 ONLY!
set to 0 or 2, then commodity name. (Non - Ingredients)
you MUST program
the commodity name| 2 |Prints 1 line ONLY of LARGE (MODEL B ONLY!)
on line 2 of the Name PLU commodity name. LS 148020
field in PLU Progra- LABELS ONLY!
mming ONLY! 3 |Prints 2 lines of Smaller PLU (Ingredients Label)
commodity name.
Digit #4 | Shop Name and 0 | Suppress Shop Name printing |For Labels LST#8000,
Address suppression and Address at bottom of label. LST#8010,
AND LST#8020
1 | Allow printing of Shop Name & ONLY!
Address at the bottom of label. | (Non Safe Handling)
2 |Suppress Shop Name printing For Labels
and Address at bottom of label. LST*+8030, OR
Es And LST#8040 ONLY!
3 | Allow printing of Shop Name &
Address at the bottom of label. (Safe Handling Labels)
EEE RR
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PLU price change 0 | To DISALLOW PLU price change in REG mode.
1 | To ENABLE PLU price change in REG mode.
Digit #6
UPC Barcode format | 0] SUPPRESS printing of the UPC Bar Code.
1| Barcode format number 1 (See Fig. below)
2 | Barcode format number 2 (See Fig. below)
3 | Barcode format number 3 (See Fig. below)
4 | Barcode format number 4 (See Fig. below)
5 | Barcode format number 5 (See Fig. below)
6 | Barcode format number 6 (See Fig. below)
7 | Barcode format number 7 (See Fig. below)
BARCODE FORMAT BREAKDOWN
Ц
FORMAT
NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 70 118 12 13
<| ©) сл + © №Ю —>
D1 D2 11 12 13 14 15 5$ Р1 Р2 РЗ Р4
D1 D2 11 12 13 S P1 P2 P2 P3 P4 P5
01 02 М 12 13 4 15 16 P1 P2 P3 P4
01 02 М 12 13 14 IS P1 P2 P3 P4 P5
0102 11 12 13 14 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6
D1 D2 11 12 13 P1 P2P3 P4 PS P6 P7
D1 D2 11 12 13 14 IS W1 W2 W3 W4 W5
оО
BARCODE DEFINITION (SUPORTS UPC, EAN, JAN, & KAN CODES)
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D1, D2 = Department Number (Always 02)
11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 = Item Code
S = Check Sum Digit for Price
P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7
W1, W2, W3, W4, W5
C
Here are some Label Format samples:
140111
0 |
ЗЕЦ ВУ | NET WT. LBS.
| A
|,
3
||
nasa
5
___ À PRICE PER LB. TOTAL $ PRICE
YOUR STORE
123 HERE BLVD., SOMEWHERE
101310
123456789012345678901234567€
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVHXYZ.
APR Y APR?
PACKED ON | SELL BY | NET WT.LBS. | PRICE PER LB. N
YOUR STORE
123 HERE BLVD., SOMEHHERE
SAFE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS
THIS PRODUCT WAS PREPARED FROM INSPECTED AND PASSED MEAT ANDIOR POULTRY. SOME FOOD
PRODUCTS MAY CONTAIN BACTERIA THAT COULD CAUSE ILLNESS IF THE PRODUCT 1S MISHANDLED
OR COOKED IMPROPERLY. FOR YOUR PROTECTION, FOLLOW THESE SAFE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS.
KEEP REFRIGERATED OR FROZEN. THAW IN REFRIGERATOR OR MICROWAVE.
(EE RAW MEAT AND POULTRY SEPARATE FROM —— COOK _ THOROUGHLY.
OTHER FOODS. WASH WORKING SURFACES KEEP HOT FOODS HOT.
® (NCLUDING CUTTING BOARDS), UTENSILS, AND (CJ REFRIGERATE LEFTOVERS
HANDS AFTER TOUCHING RAW MEAT OR POULTRY. IMMEDIATELY OR DISCARD
Price
Weight
Check Sum Digit for all Characters
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101010
COMMODITY NAME LINE 1
COMMODITY NAME LINE 2
m3 #7 5,88 1.99
PACKED ON | SEULBY |NETWTAGS| PriCEPERLE SEE
143110
1234567890123456789012345676
ABCDEFGHI JKLMNOPORSTUVHWXYZ. ,
(HEE EE TEL
ПОМНИ
302993023023333323303323333330333333333333333
gu MN ET
PACKED OM | SELL BY
APR 3 APR?
3
UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
YOUR Y
123 HERE BLVD., SOMEWHERE
C) Programming the Adjust Number: The adjust number is a num-
ber that controls the printing position of the text on the label.
The higher the number the higher the text will print on the label.
The lower the number the lower the text will print on the label.
Left to right printing position is FIXED. 14 is the default number.
EXAMPLE: 1) Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
2) Press V key four times. The display should read: “ AdJSt ”
3) Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“AdJSt EntEr 16”
4) Now type the new adjust number from 12 to 22 on the Numeric
keypad. IF YOU NEED TO USE AN ADJUST NUMBER OUTSIDE
THE RANGE, PLEASE SEE “YOUR” AUTHORIZED CAS DEALER.
5) Press PRT/* key.
6) Place the System Control Switch to REG mode.
‘Here are some examples of misadjusted labels:
OVER ADJUSTED UNDER ADJUSTED
PACKED ON | SELL BY N 0 y 1-6, TOTAL S PRICE
123 MAIN STREET, SOMEWHERE
Г] |] в
СН SELLBY | NE) E pricy refs EYER
YOUR STORE
Here are some samples of properly adjusted labels:
OK
BEEF
#3 5.90 1.23) 7%
BEEF
#3 5.90 1.23] 7,26
PACKEDON | SELLBY |NETWIMBS] FAICEPERLE USA Malo:
YOUR STORE
123 MAIN STREET, SOMEMHERE
PACKED ON | SELLBY |NETWT1BS] PRICEFERLA MESE alle
YOUR STORE
123 MAIN STREET, SOMELHERE
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D)
Programming the Date: The date is used by the scale to cal-
culate the Packed On and Sell By on the labels it prints.
It also uses the date to figure out sales data. If the time is set
properly, the scale will automatically advance the date.
EXAMPLE: 1) Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
2) Pressthe V key five times. The display should read: “ dAtE ”.
3) Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“E dAt 04.03.95”. The numbers in the TOTAL PRICE
display may vary because they represent the date.
4) Now type in the date in MONTH /DAY/YEARformat. Please,
do not forget to type leading zeros. For example, July 4, 1995,
would be entered as follows: O 70 4 9 5.
5) Place the System Control Switchto REG mode.
E) Programming the Time: The scale uses the time in order to
change the date properly and maintain sales data.
EXAMPLE: 1) Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
2) Press the V key six times. The display should read: “timE ”.
3) Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“E tim 17.03.00”. The numbers in the TOTAL PRICE
display may vary because they represent the time.
4) Now type in the time in HOURS / MINUTES / SECONDS format.
Please, do not forget to type leading zeros and to enter the hour
in military time. For example, 4:30:00 PM, would be entered as
follows: TE 3000.
5) Place the System Control Switchto REG mode.
F) Programming the Shop Data: The shop data is the 2 lines of text
that get printed on the bottom of the label when it is not sup-
pressed by the label format. You can use these two lines to
print the name and address of the store or anything else you
wish the scale to print at the bottom. Each line contains 28 cha-
racters of text.
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EXAMPLE:
ve
EXAMPLE:
1)
2)
3)
4)*
4)
5)
Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
Press the ¥ key seven times. The display should read:
“SHoP ”.
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“ESHOP 01.01 ”. The numbers in the UNIT PRICE
display represent the line number and character number on
which your cursor is at. The number to the left of the decimal
is the line number you are on ( 01 to 02). The number to the
right is the number of the character position on which you are
about to type 01 to 28).
Now type in the first line of text using the Alphanumeric keypad,
on the left side. Don't forget to remove the pull-out sheet.
If you do not wish to have a first line of text, please press the W
key and proceed to step 6.
Press the ENTER key.
del
6) The displays should read: “E Sho 02.01 ”. Type in the
7)
G)
1)
2)
3)
second line of shop name using the Alphanumeric keypad.
If you do not wish to have a second line of shop name, go to the
step /.
Press the PRT/* key. Place the System Control Switch in
REG mode.
Programming Head Data: The Header or Head data is the one
line commodity name that appears on a label when you gene-
rate a Non-PLU label. You can use this as your miscellaneous
item, in order to keep a more accurate account of your sales.
Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
Press the ¥ key eight times. The display should read:
“HEAd ”.
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“EHd 01.01 ”. The numbers in the UNIT PRICE
display represent the line number and character number on
which your cursor is at. The number to the left of the decimal
is the line number you are on ( 01 to 01). The number to the
right is the number of the character position on which you are
(01 to 28).
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4) Type in the Non-PLU commodity name using the Alphanumeric
5)
keypad, on the left side. Don't forget to remove the pull-out
sheet. If you do not wish to have a first line of text, please pro-
ceed to step 5.
Press the PRT/* key.
EXAMPLE:
H)
1)
2) *
3)
4)
Programming the Auto Print Function: The auto print function is
used to determine when an automatic buffered label should be
printed or buffered. The number stored in auto print is a weight
value which is equal to the amount of stabilized positive weight
variance needed to print or buffer a label. For example, if the
auto print value is set to “0.10”, then the scale will automati-
cally print a label when the weight changes by + 0.10 Ibs. and
stabilizes. Remember: the scale only prints automatically in
AUTO mode and it will only print for weights greater than or
equal to 0 Ibs..
Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
Press the key nine times. The display should read:
“ AUtoP ” (Model A).
* If the display reads “MSG”, then press the > key once more
(Models B & C).
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“AUtoP EntEr 0.10”. The number inthe TOTAL PRICE
display represents the weight sensitivity number by which your
scale calculates auto print. The defaultis “0.10”. Please set
the number by pressing 7 key and then O key.
Press the PRT/* key. Place the System Control Switch in
REG mode.
2.
Programming PLU and Ingredient Data:
Throughout this manual you will see the words “message” and
“ingredients” used interchangeably. The abreviation “MSG” is
also used to mean “message number”. Every time you finish
programming a PLU, PLU Price Change, or MSG the scale will
issue a verification label if the Mode Control Switchis in the
MANUAL or AUTO modes. If you wish not to print a veri-
fication label, place the Mode Control Switchin S TOP mode
before you begin programming.
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NOTE: If you wish to erase the entire MSG file before you begin programming it,
follow the directions below. Once you execute the MSG clear function,
you cannot retrieve the data; it is permanently lost.
MSG ALL Clear:
1) Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
2) Then press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
Model B: “PLUno 200 >
Model C: “PLUno 600 м
The number in the UNIT PRICE display may vary depending
upon how many PLUs you have programmed.
3) Type the following numbers on the Numeric keypad:
2 2 7 5 5.
4) Press the PRT/* key. The displays will read:
“PLUno int MSG “. The display will remain in this state
for about 20 seconds. Once done, the scale displays will read
the same as in step 2.
5) Press the PRT/* key and then place the System Control
Switchin to REG mode.
A) Message (Ingredients) Programming: The LP-1000 Model A
scale does not have this feature. Only Models B and C have the
ability to print ingredients. All programming in this section will
refer to Models B & C ONLY!
MSG Number 200: This message is automatically printed with Non-PLU labels.
That is, when you use Non-PLU sales MSG number 200 is printed.
Model B has 200 PLUs and 200 Messages. Each message (or
MSG) has 8 lines of text. Each line contains 50 characters
(characters = letters, numbers, symbols, etc.). Each MSG is
numbered from 1 to 200. When you want a particular PLU to
be printed with a specific MSG, you must put that MSG’s num-
ber in the “MSGno” field when programming a PLU. Of course,
you must program the message first. This process is called a
link: you have linked PLU number 1 with MSG number 10, for
example. Of course, the best method for linking is to make sure
that the MSG number you are linking to the PLU is the same as
that PLU’s number. For example, PLU number 1 linked with
MSG number 1, PLU number 2 linked with MSG number 2, etc.,
but you are free to program as you please.
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EXAMPLE:
OR
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Model C has 600 PLUs and 200 Messages. Each message (or
MSG) has 5 lines of text. Each line contains 50 characters
(characters = letters, numbers, symbols, etc.). Each MSG is
numbered from 1 to 200. When you want a particular PLU to
be printed with a specific MSG, you must put that MSG's num-
ber in the “MSGno” field when programming a PLU. Of course,
you must program the message first. This process is called a
link: you have linked PLU number 1 with MSG number 10, for
example. Of course, the best method for linking is to make sure
that the MSG number you are linking to the PLU is the same as
that PLU's number. For example, PLU number 1 linked with
MSG number 1, PLU number 2 linked with MSG number 2, etc.,
but you are free to program as you please.
Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
Press the ¥ key nine times. The displays should read:
“MSG o
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“MSGno EntEr I
Now type the number of the MSG you wish to program or edit
using the Numeric keypad. Remember, the number can only
be from 1 to 200. If you make any mistakes, press the € key
and repeat step 4.
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should now read:
“MSGno 01.01 ”. You may now begin typing your MSG
data using our Alphanumeric keypad. After you type each line,
press wr key when you are done typing a line. If you wish
to skip a line, press the Y key. If you want to go up a line,
press the $ key. Press the € key or the > key to scroll left
or right on a line of text. As you type you will see the text scroll
inthe TOTAL PRICE display. The display can only show 7 cha-
racters at a time.
Press the PRT/* key when your done. The scale will issue a
verification label if the Mode Control Switchis in MANUAL
or AUTO mode.
7)* If you wish to program another MSG, go back to step 4.
7)
8)
If you wish to finish MSG programming, press the PRT/* key.
Set the System Control Switchto REG mode.
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NOTE: If you wish to erase the entire PLU file before you begin programming it,
follow the directions below. Once you execute the PLU clear function,
you cannot retrieve the data; itis permanently lost.
Item Code:
Name:
MSGno:
Price:
Life:
PLU ALL Clear:
1) Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
2) Then press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
Model B: “PLUno 200 >
Model C: “PLUno 600 Ig
The number in the UNIT PRICE display may vary depending
upon how many PLUs you have programmed.
3) Type the following numbers on the Numeric keypad:
22756.
4) Press the PRT/* key. The displays will read:
“PLUno init PLU ”. The display will remain in this state
for about 20 seconds. Once done, the scale displays will read
the same as in step 2.
5) Press the PRT/* key and then place the System Control
Switchin to REG mode.
В) PLU Programming: PLU means Price Look Up. PLUs are used
to store the price, name, and other data of items being sold.
Every PLU on a Model À has 6 data fields: DItem Code, OName,
OUnit Price, ®Shelf Life, OTare, ©OGroup Code. Every PLU on a
Model B or C has 7 data fields: DIitem Code, OName, OMSG,
@Unit Price, ®Shelf Life, ©Tare, @Group Code.
The item code field is a 3 to 6 digit number that is printed in the bar-
code. This number is used by the scanning device in order to refe-
rence the PLU. In most cases, the item code is programmed to be
the same as the PLU number. (See page 30)
The name field is composed of 2 lines of text. Each line can contain
up to 28 characters. Name is commonly referred to as commodity
or commodity name.
(For Model B & C ONLY!) The message number is the number of the
message to be printed with the PLU you are programming.
The price field is where the scale stores the unit price of the PLU.
The life field is where the PLU’s shelf life is stored. The number in
this field will represent the amount of days this commodity can be
left on the shelf. It can be from 0 to 366.
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Tare:
Tare is used to store the weight of the container to be used with
this PLU. The tare is subtracted from the gross weight of the item
at the time of weighing.
Group Code: The group code is a number from 0 to 99 that is printed on the la-
bel. It can be used to group PLUs in to sections, for example: all
beef PLUs are group code 10, all poultry PLUs are group code 20,
all fish PLUs are group code 30, etc..
EXAMPLE:
1)
Place the System Control Switch into PGM mode and then
press the PRT/* key.
2) The displays should read:
Model A: “PLUno 1000 >
Model B: “PLUno 200 >
Model C: “PLUno 600 *
The number in the UN/7 PRICE display indicates the amount of
empty PLUs ready to be programmed. The number may vary
(may be same as shown or less) depending upon the number of
PLUs already in memory.
3) Type a PLU number, on the Numeric keypad, you wish to pro-
4)
a
5)*
5)
gram or edit. Remember, this number must be between 1 and
9999.
Press the PRT/* key. The display should read:
“iCodE a
If you do NOT wish to program item code, press the Y key and
go to step /.
If you wish to program an item code, press the PRT/* key.
The displays should read: “iCodE EntEr 0”. The num-
ber in the TOTAL PRICE display may vary if this PLU was pre-
viously programmed.
6) Type the item code number using the Numeric keypad. The item
aie
code can be from 1 to 999999. If you enter a 0, then item code
will not be printed on the label. Press the PRT/* key when
your done.
7) The display should read: “nAmE ъ
8)* If you do NOT wish to program name, press the ¥ key and
go to step 13.
8) Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“nAmE 01.01 ”. The numbers in the UNIT PRICE
display represent the line number and character number on
which your cursor is at. The number to the left of the decimal
is the line number you are on ( 01 to 02). The number to the
right is the number of the character position on which you are
about to type (01 to 28).
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key and go to step 10.
9) Now type in the first line of text using the Alphanumeric keypad,
on the left side. Don’t forget to remove the pull-out sheet.
Press the ENTER key.
9)* If you do NOT wish to have a first line of text, please press V
OR uo
10) The displays should read: “nAmE 02.01 ый
11)*If you do NOT wish to have a second line of name, press the
OR PRT/* and go to step 13.
11) Type in the second line of the name using the A/lphanu meric
keypad.
12) Press the PRT/* key.
13) The displays should read as follows:
Model A “PriCE 7
Model B “MSGno >
Model C “MSGno я
14)*If you have a Model A LP-1000, please go to step 17.
OR E
14) If you have a Model B or Model C, do steps 15 and 16.
MODEL B AND C ONL
15)*If you do NOT wish to program MSG number, press the Y key
OR eZ and go to step 17.
15) If you wish to program a MSG number, press the PRT/* key.
The displays should read: “MSGno EntEr 0”. The num-
ber in the TOTAL PRICE display may vary if this PLU was pre-
viously programmed.
16) Type the MSG number using the Numeric keypad. The MSG
number can be from 1 to 200. If you enter a 0, then this PLU
will be printed without a message. Press the PRT/* key
when your done.
17) The display should read: “PriCE
18)*If you do NOT wish to program the price, press the Y key and
OR << go to step 20.
18) If you wish to program a price, press the PRT/* key. The dis-
plays should read: “PriCE EntEr 0.00”. The number in the
TOTAL PRICE display may vary if this PLU was previously pro-
grammed.
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19) Type the price amount using the Numeric keypad. The price can
be from $0.00 to $99.99 (USA) or 0 to 999999 (EX-USA). Foreign
LP-1000 can be set up for 0, 0.0, 0.00, & 0.000 decimal places.
Please see your Authorized CAS Dealer for EX-USA scales.
If you enter a 0 for price, then the scale will not print a label
unless you enter a price at the time of sale. Press the PRT/*
key when your done.
20) The display should read: “LiFE
and go to step 23.
21) If you wish to program the shelf life, press the PRT/* key.
The displays should read: “LIFE EntEr 0”.
The number in the TOTAL PRICE display may vary if this PLU
was previously programmed.
21)*If you do NOT wish to program the shelf life, press the ¥ key
т
22)Type the shelf life using the Numeric keypad. The shelf life can
be from 0 to 366 which represent the number of days after the
Packed On Date. This is how the Se// By Date is calculated:
Packed On Date + Shelf Life= Sell By Date. If you enter a 0 for
shelf life, the labels generated from this PLU will NOT be prin-
ted with a Sell By Date. Press the PRT/* key when finished.
23) The displays should read: “tArE >
<" you do NOT want a tare, press the ¥ key and go to step 25.
OR
24)To enter a tare, press the PRT/* key. The displays should say:
“tArE EntEr 0.00”. The number in the TOTAL PRICE dis-
play may be different if this PLU was previously programmed.
Type the tare value you want on the Numeric keypad. Press the
PRT/* key.
25)The displays should read: “GCodE a
26)*If you do NOT want to enter a group code, press the ¥ key
OR and go to step 27.
26) To enter a group code, press the PRT/* key. The displays
should show: “GCodE REntEr 0”. The number in the TOTAL
PRICE display may be different if this PLU was programmed pre-
viously. Type the group code number on the Numeric keypad.
Press the PRT/* key.
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27) The displays should read: “SAVE e
28) *If you do NOT want to save this PLU to memory, press the \
key and the display will read: ErASE.
OR Press the PRT/* to delete this PLU and go to step 29.
28) If you WANT to save this PLU to memory, press the PRT/* key.
The scale will issue a verification label.
29)If you wish to program another PLU, go back to step 2.
—
9) If you wish to finish PLU programming, press the PRT/* key
and then place the System Control Switch to REG mode.
PLU PROGRAM VERIFICATION LABEL
: COMMODITY LINE 1
TARE O O3Ib PACKEDON| SELLBY | NETWI.LES. COMMODITY LINE 2
Ш ИТ ELF LIFE
SH
| 2,88 PE ROUP CODE
PLU NUMBER
MESSAGE
APPLE
SAUCE
CONTAINS--
HATER
APPLES
CORN SUTETNER OUERTYIUASET pate so “ay PT Mun
QUERTYUTUHASOI GHIELZIECYRHOSHIMERTY Tyee смен
MPOLEH EN AS DE GH EL ZN so PU vUTAS и tL axon
ENMPELIE [| YUI IMASDFGHIFI IMPONE RUY Ur HJEL ZA
*CURHMPLOLMEAR TYE [DAS SDF GHUE! VENHFOMERTY НОА 1 GHJHI
= A SELL BY | WEIGHT
al 5
AS USA CORP 93 MURRAY HILL
AST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY
PRICE
ITEM CODE
C) PLU Quick Price Change: This is a quick and easy way for
you to change a PLU’s programmed price without having to go
through all the steps of PLU programming. Remember, this is
NOT a temporary price override, this is a PERMANENT price
change to the memory.
EXAMPLE: 1) Place the System Control Switchin PGM mode.
2) Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“PLUno 123 ”. The number in the TOTAL PRICE
display may vary.
3) Type the following numbers: 4 2 6 8 4 and press the
PRT/* key. (42]
4)
9)
6)
7)
8)
The display should read: “CHGUP e
Type the number of the PLU who's price you wish to change.
Use the Numeric keypad. Press the PRT/* key.
The display should read: “CHGUP EntEr 99.99”. The
number in the TOTAL PRICE display may vary depending if
this PLU was programmed previously.
Type the new price on the Numeric keypad.
Press the PRT/* key.
)* If you wish to change another PLU’s price, go back to step 4.
or<__
)
If you wish to finish, press the PRT/* key 2 times.
10) Place the System Control Switchto REG mode.
EXAMPLE:
D) Preset Keys Programming: The preset keys are used to quickly
2)
3)
4)
5)
access a PLU with only one key press. For example, if you had
preset key 6 programmed to call up PLU number 4001, all you
need to press is preset key ©. If you were to call up PLU num-
ber 4001, you would have to press the following key sequence:
4 001 PLU. When you initialize the scale (code 22757),
the scale automatically sets up all the preset keys to be preset
as: preset © =PLU 1, preset @ = PLU 2...preset 54 = PLU 54.
Place the System Control Switchinto PGM mode.
Press the Y key two times. The display should read:
“PrSEt A,
Press the PRT/* key.
The displays should read: “S KEY i
Press the Preset Key (OD to (s4)) you wish to program.
The displays should read: “S KEY PrSt1 PLU 1”. The
number in the UNIT PRICE price display is the number of the
Preset key you have just pressed. The number in the TOTAL
PRICE display is the PLU number that has been assigned to
that Preset key.
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6) Type the number of the PLU you wish to assign to that preset
key. Use the Numeric keypad to type the PLU number. Press
the PRT/* key when done.
*If the TOTAL PRICE display reads: “invALid” it means that the
PLU you were trying to assign does not exist.
*To get out of this error condition, press the € key and go back
to step 5.
7)* If you want to program another preset key, go back to step 4.
OR =
7) If you wish to finish preset key programming, press the PRT/*
key and place the System Control Switch in to REG mode.
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EXAMPLE:
Programming Your Scale Via Scale to Scale Link
Le
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
RS-232C Interface Cable:
The cable used for Scale to Scale Link is a 25 pin to 25 pin
female on both ends. You can purchase this cable through
an Authorized CAS Dealer.
Scale to Scale Data Transfer:
Scale to scale data transfer can only be used to RAM Copy a
scale. This means that you can take a new scale and down-
load ALL of RAM from another programmed scale. The data
that is NOT transferred is the time and date.
Place both scales close to each other. Make sure that they are
both OFF, plugged into: an outlet, and that there-is nothing on
the platters.
Plug the interface cable to one scale and then the other. Once
the scales are plugged in, turn them ON. The scales will count
up and go to zero.
Place the System Control Switchin to A€€ mode on the NEW
scale ONLY! If you reverse step 3, you will RAM clear (erase)
the programmed scale.
Press the Y key three times on the NEW scale. The displays
should read: “trAnS ”. Make sure the weight is
stable.
Press the PRT/* key on the NEW scale.
The displays should read:
NEW Scale: “trAnS PASS 1 >
Programmed scale: “trAnS PASS 1 0.00”.
The scales will remain in this condition for about 8 minutes.
After about eight minutes the displays will read:
NEW Scale: “trAnS >
Programmed scale: “ 0.00 0.00 0.00”.
Remove the cable from both scales and place the System
Control Switchin REG mode on the NEW scale.
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IV. Programming Your Scale Via Personal Computer
4.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
A)
B)
Unpacking and Installing the DBMS Option
DBMS means: Data Base Management System. This is the
LP-1000 PC software package used for programming PLU data
and Message data ONLY. Unlike Scale to Scale data transfer,
DBMS cannot transfer control data or sales data.
Your optional software package should come with a cable and
the DBMS diskette. Follow the directions below.
After you start your IBM or IBM compatible PC, place the dis-
kette in the A: drive.
Type c: and press ENTER on the PC. Now create a CAS di-
rectory by typing md cas and then press ENTER on the PC.
Type cd cas and press ENTER on the PC.
Then type copy a: \x.x c:\cas\ x + and press ENTER on the PC.
Once the computer is done copying the files, remove the dis-
kette from drive A:\ and store it in a safe place.
Connect the interface cable to the scale and then to the PC.
Make sure the scale is OFF.
Turn scale ON. On the PC type /p7000 and press ENTER.
The DBMS is now up and running.
DBMS System Map
Scale Type Menu: The Scale Type Menu is the first thing you’ll
see once you start the DBMS. From this menu you have the
option of selecting which of the three LP-1000 Models you have:
A, B, or C. All the directions to use the software package are
usually on the screen at the time you are using the software.
Main Menu: This menu is divided into three sections:
PLU Menu, Ingredients Menu, and Exit. Of course, the Model A
LP-1000 will not have an /ngredients Menu. The PLU Menu has
five options: D PLU Data Entry, © PC to Scale PLU Entry,
9 Scale to PC PLU Entry, © Display Scale’s PLU, and
© Delete PLU Data.
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— PLU Menu
PLU Data Entry: This is the data base where you can create, view,
edit, merge, and print your entire PLU file.
PC to Scale PLU Data: This option allows you to transfer a file you
have created or edited on the computer to your scale. If you
wish the scale to contain only the PLUs you are transferring
from the PC, then you must RAM Clear the scale first. Once you
pick PC to Scale option you will see the COM Port Selection
menu.
Scale to PC PLU Data: This option allows you to upload a PLU file
that you have in your scale from the scale to the computer.
Once you pick this option you will see the COM Port Selection
menu.
Display Scale’s PLU: This option allows you to view what your three
scale displays (WEIGHT, UNIT PRICE, TOTAL PRICE) are indi-
cating once you press the ENTER key on the computer. This
option is very useful in testing the cable link from your PC to
your Scale.
Delete PLU Data: This option is used to delete a PLU data file in the
computer.
Ingredients Menu
Ingredients Entry: This is the data base where you can create,
view, edit, and print your entire MSG file.
PC to Scale Ingredients Data: This option allows you to transfer a
file you have created or edited on the computer to your scale.
If you wish the scale to contain only the MSGs you are trans-
ferring from the PC, then you must Clear MSG file in the scale
first. Once you pick PC to Scale option you will see the
COM Port Selection menu.
Scale to PC Ingredients Data: This option allows you to upload a
MSG file that you have in your scale from the scale to the
computer. Once you pick this option you will see the COM Port
Selection menu.
Delete Ingredient Data: This option deletes a MSG file from your
computer.
3. Exiting the DBMS
EXIT Option: This option terminates the DBMS.
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V. SYSTEM MAPS
1. Helpful Hints:
HELPFUL HINTS
You can press the Y key or 4 key to go up and down the Main Menu
in PGM mode ONLY if the UNIT PRICE and TOTAL PRICE displays are
BLANK! The same rule applies in MEE mode.
* If you want to use the ¥ key or the A key to go up and down a menu
and the UNIT PRICE and TOTAL PRICE displays are NOT blank, you must
first press the PRT/* key. After the UNIT PRICE and TOTAL PRICE
displays are blank, you can use the $ or ¥ keys.
If you are in 7ext Typing Mode you can use ALL the arrow keys. You
can tell if you are in Text Typing mode if the UNIT PRICE display reads:
“ 01.01 ”. Remember, the numbers to the left and right of the decimal
point in example “ 01.01” may vary depending upon what text line num-
ber you are on and the character position you are on.
2. PGM Mode Map For Models B and C:
| Press... D
Y
\
\
4
+
\
Y
+
4
\
т
“LABEL
cé
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3. PGM Mode Map For Models A:
Di a | Press... Dis
+
Y
“dAtE
4. PLU Mode Map For Models B and C:
Di sh | Press... | Di
&
+
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o
6. ACEC Mode Map:
PLU Mode Map For Model A:
| Press...
\
D
“Print E
Display Says... | Press... | Display Changes To...
“Print ” J “CLEAr »
“CLEAr = Y “CHESS
“CHESS я Y “trans 7
“trAnS if + “trans ía
¡== EA RE BE > a E EA A DA us eo EAN E: a |
“trAnS A “CHESS ы:
“CHESS ” A “CLEAr ы
“CLEAr e A “Print
A “Print >
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SECTION III
|. REG Mode Operations
1. Mode Switches and Their Functions
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D) Pricing: Price Override, By Count, 1/2, 1/4............. 53
E) Nultipie Labelsi»..=0.0.)):000>50 con ENT DIAZ 53
2. Operations Flow Chart
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B) For MUILIDIO Labeló........00..0. Voscor deco OA 55
li. MEE Mode Operations
1. Sales Data
A) Grand Totals.......................eceesrccssrococcocccereaccoroaeroo.. 56
В) РЕЦ Sales Totald:-..:=c...=—01.==-== ense cane car Danae An 57
C) Non-PLU Sales Totals.......................e.....eeesserccccoceooo. 57
Ls" “GIO IO DS caro ye Rie Te CO Ein 58
SAB yu NON se crever Erin ae he ame Sen pres sense ene 59
Il. EFTOr MESSAGOS.......cccounseissssssnsrssssnss sos snassansssss sens sssseavsonss sons menss 60
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REG Mode Operations
1.
A)
B)
C)
Mode Switches and There Functions:
REG mode is used for ALL sales. You can generate all
types of sales from this mode.
ACC mode is used for accessing sales totals, clearing all
sales totals, printhead check, and Scale to Scale data
transfer. |
Prepack: Used for labeling more than one package of the
same commodity. To use the scale in this manner, just
press the SAVE key before you call the PLU. See the
Operations Flow Chart. You will know when this function
is active when the SAVE lamp is lit. Prepack works by ma-
king UNIT PRICE, TARE, and PLU to NOT automatically
clear after a commodity is removed from the platter.
Tare Override: To call up a PLU with a preset tare and
override the preset tare, you must first enter the override
tare and then call up the PLU. If you want use a PLU that al-
ready has a tare but you want to use it without a tare, call up
the PLU and then press the TARE key. See the Operations
Flow Chart.
Commodities: PLUs and Non-PLU: There are two types of
sales you can generate: PLU sales and Non-PLU sales.
PLU sales are sales based on a programmed PLU whereas
Non-PLU sales are sales you generate without calling up a
PLU. See the Operations Flow Chart.
To call up a PLU:
simply type the PLU’s number on the Numeric keypad and
then press the PLU key. Another way to call up a PLU is
by simply pressing 1 of 54 preset keys which are set to a
particular PLU.
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To use Non-PLU:
simply enter a unit price and place the commodity on the
platter and then press the PRT/* key.
Pricing: Price Override, By Count, 1/2, 1/4:
*If you want to use another price with a PLU other than what
Is programmed, you need to use price override. To use
price override simply call up the PLU and then type the new
price. See the Operations Flow Chart.
*If you want to sell an item by count, simply type the number
of pieces, press the FOR key, and type the price. See the
Operations Flow Chart.
*If you want to sell items by price per 1/2 pound or price
per 1/4 pound, simply enter the price per 1/2 or 1/4 pound
and then press the 1/2 or 1/4 key respectively. See the
Operations Flow Chart. =
E) Multiple Labels: You can generate identical labels by using
multiple label printing. To use multiple label printing, sim-
ply press the M key, enter the quantity of duplicate labels
you need, and then press the PRT/* key. If you are in
MANUAL mode, then the scale will wait for you to re-
move the printed label before it prints the next. However,
if you are in AUTO mode, the scale will not stop printing
until you turn it OFF or it is done printing the number of
labels you entered. See the Operations Flow Chart.
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2. Operations Flow Chart:
A) For Non-Multiple Labels:
[ START )
|
( Turn Scale ON )
— 0 Displays should read: “ 0.00 0.00 0.00” )
|
Place the Mode Switches to desired positions. |
Pre Pack (SAVE)? es | Press the SAVE =
Y
Tare Override?
|
Call PLU or Non-PLU
*
Price Override?
|
1/2 or 1/4 key?
Type the new tare and
press the TARE key.
Type new price.
SHES
Press the 1/2 or the 2
1/4 key. y
: ZN
Do you have an Item to be Weighed? | YES ; Place the item on the
Platter. я
Are you in MANUAL mode? Press the PRT/* ey. |
" y
(ER FEA AN TEEN E a ET
—
TT
Take label issued by scale.
|
Remove item (if any) from platter.
у
ata
ES
Tk Continue using scale?
+
Press € key.
|
Turn OFF? ) YES Turn scale OFF. | )
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rs a bee à
-
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A) For Multiple Labels:
| START )
!
| Turn dede ON )
— aa should read: “ 0.00 0.00 0.00” )
|
| Place the Printer Control witch in MANUAL mode.
( Pre Pack (SAVE)? YES Press the SAVE key. |
Y
( Tare Override? Type the new tare and
Т press the TARE key.
( Call PLU or Non-PLU
Y
( Price Override? | yes | Type new price. |
| ¿E
[ 1/2 or 1/4 key? TES Press the 1/2 or the
1/4 key.
| “Do you have an Item to be Weighed? Place the item on the à
Platter.
М
( Press the M key. Enter the quantity of labels you want.
Y
Place the Printer Control Switch to desired cosition.
]
Remove item from platter if any.
Y
| Prose the PRT/* key and take all issued labels.
es |
y (EU) E ES
Continue using scale? ce Scale OFF. )
( | Press € key.
Eo Turn OFF? YES
. |
END
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ll. ACE Mode Operations
EXAMPLE:
1.
A)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Sales Data:
There are three types of Sales Reports: D Grand Total, © PLU,
and O Non-PLU. Each of the reports prints on a label; the PLU
prints a Report Label for each PLU that had sales activity.
All Report Labels contain the starting time and date since the
last time the sales report was cleared, the current time and
date, and other data.
Grand Total: This sales report tells you how much money the
Non-PLU item made, how much all PLUs ‘made, and both to-
gether.
Place the System Control Switch into MEE mode. The displays should
read: “Print ue
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“Print EntEr ;
Press the € key. The scale will issue a Report Label.
Press the PRT/* key.
Place the System Control Switchin to REG mode.
B)
PLU Report: There are two ways to take the PLU sales report:
Individually or All PLU. The All PLU report will generate labels
of those PLUs that had sales activity.
EXAMPLE: Individual PLU
1)
Place the System Control Switch into MEE mode. The displays should
read: “Print %
2) Press the PRT/* key. че displays should read:
“Print EntEr
3) Type the number of the PLU you wish to take get a report of using the
Numeric keypad.
4) Press the PLU key. The scale will print a Report Label.
OR
5)* If you wish to take another Individual PLU report go back to step 3.
5) Press the PRT/* key.
6) Place the System Control Switchin to REG mode.
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EXAMPLE: All PLU
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Place the System Control Switch in to ACC mode. The Ko should
read: “Print a
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“Print Enter
Press the > key.
The scale will print Report Labels of all the PLUs with sales activity.
Press the PRT/* key.
Place the System Control Switchin to REG mode.
C) Non-PLU Report: This report allows you to see how much and
items were sold under the Non-PLU item descriptor.
EXAMPLE: All PLU
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Place the System Control Switch into MEE mode. The displays should
read: “Print >.
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“Print Enter ‘
Press the % key.
The scale will print a Report Label of Non-PLU item.
Press the PRT/* key.
Place the System Control Switchin to REG mode.
Here are some sample Report Labels:
Non-PLU Titer Sale
Grand Total ТРАСКЕРРМ Гу}: BY | NET WT. LBS.
Nom PLU . 0.00
APR 9 1995 18:21:51 APR Y 1995 ali
Total Price Trackeppn ae BY | NET WT. LBS
Count - O
APR 3 1995 18 71-51 AFF Y 1995
PLU : 0.00
| PRICE PER LE. TOTAL $ PRICE | PRICE PER LB. TEN Te
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EXAMPLE: 1)
2)
3)
4)
Clearing Sales Data:
Use this function after you have already printed the sales data
you needed. THIS FUNCTION DOES NOT PRINT ANY LABELS!
You can only clear the sales data with this function.
Place the System Control Switchin to MEE mode.
Press the V key. The displays should read:
“CLEAr
Press the PRT/* key. The displays should read:
“wAit A moment”.
Place the System Control Switch in to REG mode.
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EXAMPLE: 1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Printhead Check:
Use this function to check the quality of print and if there are any
scratches or burns on the printhead. This function produces a
“chess board” pattern on the label which you can use to deter-
mine the condition of the printhead.
Place the System Control Switchin to MEE mode.
Press the V key two times. The displays should read:
“CHESS “e
Press the PRT/* key. The scale will issue a label.
Generate a 4 to 5 labels and then compare them to the samples
below to determine the condition of your printhead.
Place the System Control Switchin to REG mode.
NEEDS ADJUSTMENT
If you have any one of these
two labels, please take your
scale to a CAS Authorized
Dealer for servicing.
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lll. Error Messages
ERROR 1
ERROR 2
ERROR 3
ERROR 5
ERROR 6
ERROR 7
ERROR 8
ERROR 9
ERROR 10
ERROR 11
ERROR 12
“broKEn dAtA”
The PLU number you have called up does not exist.
The PLU number you have called up is out of range.
The weight on the platter is not stable or you have pressed
the keys before the weight became stable.
PLU data is corrupted or broken. Backup RAM, initialize the
scale, re-enter the bad data, and load new data into scale.
You have pressed the PRT/* key while the Printer Control
Switch was in STOP mode. |
The RS-232C cable that you are using is not wired properly,
possible break in the cable, or communications error.
You attempted to use RS-232C in an illegal mode position.
Place the System or Printer Control Switch to their proper
positions.
You have an RS-232C communication error, please try again.
The tare weight you entered was not valid: re-enter tare weight.
The tare weight you entered was out of range.
You are trying to print a label while the weight on the platter
is less than zero. |
You may get this error message while in PLU programming
mode. This means that one or more of your PLUs might con-
tain scrambled data. To correct this problem turn scale OFF
and turn scale ON. While the displays are counting up, press
the € key once.
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