DI 760 Service Manual

DI 760 Service Manual
SERVICE MANUAL
DIGITAL COMPUTING PRINTING SCALE
SM-300
Edition 6
COPYRIGHT © 2005 TERAOKA WEIGH-SYSTEM PTE LTD
Table of Content
1.
2.
3.
i)
Notice .................................................................................................................................................1
ii)
Safety Information ..............................................................................................................................2
GENERAL.....................................................................................................................................................3
1.1
Model Specification ............................................................................................................................3
1.2
Operating Specification ......................................................................................................................4
1.3
Type of Interface ................................................................................................................................4
1.4
Main Components ..............................................................................................................................4
OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................................................5
2.1
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................5
2.2
Key Sheet Layout...............................................................................................................................7
2.3
Panel Layout ....................................................................................................................................10
2.4
Label Type .......................................................................................................................................11
2.5
Interface Ports Location ...................................................................................................................12
2.5.1 For Pole, Bench, Elevated, Self-service. ............................................................................12
2.5.2 For Hanging ........................................................................................................................12
SET UP.......................................................................................................................................................13
3.1
Scale Assembly................................................................................................................................13
3.1.1
3.1.1
3.1.3
3.2
Set up..................................................................................................................................13
Level Adjustment.................................................................................................................13
Hanging Type Scale Set Up................................................................................................14
Software Setting...............................................................................................................................15
3.2.1
4.
Memory Initialization ...........................................................................................................15
3.2.1.1 Default Country Specification 1 ...........................................................................15
3.2.1.2 Default Country Specification 2 ...........................................................................18
3.2.1.3 Country List..........................................................................................................20
3.2.2 Span Adjustment.................................................................................................................21
3.2.3 Specification Setting............................................................................................................23
3.2.3.1 Customer Specification (Re-zero 141) ................................................................23
3.2.3.2 Weight And Measurement Specification (Re-zero 142) ......................................25
3.2.3.3 Scale Setting........................................................................................................27
MAINTENANCE .........................................................................................................................................28
4.1
Diagnostic ........................................................................................................................................28
4.1.1
4.1.2
Changing Mode...................................................................................................................28
RAM & Communication Port Testing ..................................................................................30
4.1.2.1 RAM Test.............................................................................................................30
4.1.2.2 SIO Loop Back Test ............................................................................................31
4.1.2.3 RS-485 Loop Back Test ......................................................................................32
4.1.2.4 Ethernet Test .......................................................................................................32
4.1.2.5 ROM Checksum Test ..........................................................................................33
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.2
Adjustment .......................................................................................................................................37
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.3
5.
Location Of Label Gap Sensor And Thermal Head ............................................................37
Label Gap Sensor ...............................................................................................................37
Peel Sensor.........................................................................................................................39
Printing Position ..................................................................................................................40
Voltage Checkpoint .............................................................................................................41
Memory Clear...................................................................................................................................41
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.4
4.1.2.6 Auto Generate PLU .............................................................................................33
Internal Count......................................................................................................................34
Span Switch Status .............................................................................................................35
Thermal Head Usage ..........................................................................................................36
Clearing Data Files..............................................................................................................41
Clearing Transaction Files ..................................................................................................43
Clearing All Files .................................................................................................................44
Data Backup.....................................................................................................................................45
4.4.1 System Configuration..........................................................................................................45
4.4.2 Data Transfer Of SM 300 And FL-1 Or PCFL-1 .................................................................45
4.4.3 Specification Data Transfer Of SM 300 And FL-1 Or PCFL-1 ............................................47
ASSEMBLY / DISASSEMBLY....................................................................................................................49
5.1
Bench and Pole Type.......................................................................................................................49
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.2
Self-Service Type.............................................................................................................................52
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.3
Top Cover ...........................................................................................................................49
Circuit Board .......................................................................................................................49
5.1.2.1 Display Board for Bench......................................................................................49
5.1.2.2 Display Board for Pole.........................................................................................50
5.1.2.3 Keyboard Circuit Board .......................................................................................50
5.1.2.4 Interface Main Board ...........................................................................................51
Printer Kit ............................................................................................................................51
5.1.3.1 Drawer Block .......................................................................................................51
5.1.3.2 Thermal Head ......................................................................................................52
Self-Service Key Board.......................................................................................................52
Pole Display ........................................................................................................................53
Hanging Type...................................................................................................................................54
5.3.1
5.3.2
6.
Side Cover ..........................................................................................................................54
Circuit Board .......................................................................................................................55
5.3.2.1 Main Board ..........................................................................................................55
5.3.2.2 Power Block.........................................................................................................55
5.3.3 Front / Back Panel...............................................................................................................56
5.3.4 Printer Kit ............................................................................................................................56
5.2.4.1 Printer Block ........................................................................................................56
5.3.4.2 Thermal Head ......................................................................................................56
5.3.5 Loadcell...............................................................................................................................57
NETWORK CONFIGURATION ..................................................................................................................58
6.1
RS-232C / RS-485 ...........................................................................................................................58
6.1.1
6.2
System Configuration..........................................................................................................58
6.1.1.1 RS-232C ..............................................................................................................58
6.1.1.2 RS-485.................................................................................................................59
TCP / IP............................................................................................................................................60
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.3
7.
8.
Wireless Configuration For Model SM 300 ......................................................................................70
FIRMWARE ................................................................................................................................................71
7.1
WinDload v2.10................................................................................................................................71
7.2
Firmware Version Upgrade ..............................................................................................................71
7.3
Bin File Updating..............................................................................................................................72
7.4
Non-Based / Based Downloading ....................................................................................................74
7.5
Upgrading Scale firmware Version Using Server / Client Configuration..........................................75
HARDWARE SETTING ..............................................................................................................................76
8.1
Memory Expansion ..........................................................................................................................76
8.2
Interface Add On ..............................................................................................................................77
8.3
RF Kit Interface Add On ...................................................................................................................77
8.3.1
8.3.2
8.4
9.
All Models Except Hanging Type ........................................................................................77
Hanging Type......................................................................................................................78
Change of Cable ..............................................................................................................................79
MISCELLANEOUS .....................................................................................................................................80
9.1
Error Messages................................................................................................................................80
9.2
Table of Characters Code ................................................................................................................82
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.3
10.
PC Ethernet Adapter Set-Up...............................................................................................60
6.2.1.1 Configuration Of Ethernet Communication On PC..............................................60
6.2.1.2 Configuration Of Ethernet Card On PC Using WINDOWS 95 ............................60
6.2.1.3 Window version client driver (Client /Server or Server/Workstation connection
with PC) 61
6.2.1.4 SIS 98 (Client/Server or Server/Workstation Connection With PC) ....................61
Scale Ethernet Address, Scale IP Address, Server IP Address & Subnet Mask................62
6.2.2.1 Scale Ethernet Address.......................................................................................62
6.2.2.2 Scale IP Address .................................................................................................63
6.2.2.3 Server IP Address................................................................................................64
6.2.2.4 Subnet Mask........................................................................................................66
System Configuration..........................................................................................................67
6.2.3.1 Server / Client ......................................................................................................67
6.2.3.2 Server / Client with PC ........................................................................................68
6.2.3.3 All Server .............................................................................................................69
ASCII Characters ................................................................................................................82
TERAOKA Code .................................................................................................................83
Wire and Connector .........................................................................................................................83
9.3.1 ETHERNET WIRE - STRAGHT CABLE AND CROSSOVER CABLE ...............................83
9.3.2 RS232C AND MULTIDROP (4 LINE, RS485) WIRE..........................................................84
Exploded View............................................................................................................................................87
10.1 Pole Type .........................................................................................................................................87
10..2 Bench Type ......................................................................................................................................88
10.3 Elevated Type ..................................................................................................................................89
10.4 Self-Service Type.............................................................................................................................90
10.5 Hanging Type...................................................................................................................................91
11.
REVISION RECORDS ...............................................................................................................................92
12.
APPENDIX 1 – Spec List
i)
Notice
DIGI®
The material contained in this document is proprietary and for information only and is subject to change without
notice. Teraoka Weigh-System assumes no responsibility for any errors or damages arising from
misinterpretation of any procedure.
Screen displays, operating procedures and supporting features might vary with different software version
releases.
This document shall not be reproduced whether in part or whole without the written consent from Teraoka
Weigh-System Pte Ltd.
Teraoka Weigh-System Pte Ltd
4, Leng Kee Road
#06-01 SIS Building
Singapore 159088
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ii)
Safety Information
The operator of the equipment shall comply with the safety and warning indications and procedures outlined in
this document. Teraoka Weigh-System Pte Ltd assumes no responsibility or liability for failure to comply with
these requirements.
•
To avoid electric shock, use only the supplied power cords and ensure product is connected to a
properly grounded supply.
•
For continued protection against fire hazard replace only with fuse of same rating and type.
•
Ensure product is placed on a firm and level surface before operation.
•
Avoid overloading the product beyond its rated maximum capacity
•
Ensure commodity to be weighed is loaded centrally on the platter.
- avoid placing commodity on corners or edges.
•
•
Care shall be taken during the following operations
o
Receipt paper tearing – to prevent injuries from cutting from paper cutter
o
Changing of labels and receipt paper - to prevent injuries from cutting from paper cutter and
movable printer mechanism.
Trained and qualified personnel shall only carry out repair and servicing of product.
Disclaimer:
Specifications are subject to change without notice. All dimensions shown are approximate. Please be aware
that Teraoka has indicated that its hardware and software used in the product may require additional updates in
the future as our product is continually under development. The need for such updates most likely applies to the
Printer software.
CAUTIONS:
1. FOR PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT, THAT THE SOCKET-OUTLET SHALL BE INSTALLED NEAR THE
EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
2. FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE
AND RATING OF FUSE.
3. DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED. REPLACE ONLY WITH
THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE THAT RECOMMENDED. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERY
ACCORDINGS TO THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
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1. GENERAL
1.1
Model Specification
Model
:
SM 300
Variation
:
Pole
Bench
Elevated
Self-service
Hanging
Platter Size
:
360 X 277 mm
Ф 274 mm (Hanging)
Capacity
:
Capacity
6 Kg
15 Kg
30 Kg
Key
:
Mechanical Switch
Dimension (in mm)
-
SM 300 P
SM 300 B
SM 300 EV
SM 300 EBS
SM 300 H
SM 300 Pole
SM 300 Bench
SM 300 Elevated
SM 300 Self-service
SM 300 Hanging
-
478 (L) X 378 (W) X 540 (H)
410 (L) X 378 (W) X 140 (H)
478 (L) X 378 (W) X 630 (H)
478 (L) X 482 (W) X 743 (H)
310 (L) X 340 (W) X 844 (H)
-
56
32
56
48, 60, 96, 120
56
Number Of Preset Key
:
SM 300 Pole
SM 300 Bench
SM 300 Elevated
SM 300 Self-service
SM 300 Hanging
Display Resolution
:
1 / 3000
1 / 6000
1 / 7500
Internal Resolution
:
1 / 60000
Display
:
LCD with back light (136 X 16 Dots with icon)
A) Tare Weight
4 digits
:
B) Weight
5 digits
:
C) Unit Price
6 digits
:
D) Total Price
7 digits
:
Printer Type
:
Drawer Type
A) Paper
B) Paper Width
:
:
C) Resolution
D) Speed
:
;
Memory
:
Preset keys;
Preset keys;
Preset keys;
Preset keys;
Preset keys
(Multiple Interval)
(Single Range)
(Single Range)
Label & Receipt
For Label
For Receipt
8 dots / mm
For Label
For Receipt
-
Max. 60 mm
40, 50 or 60 mm
-
80
100
mm / sec
mm / sec
1 M Byte (Standard)
2 M Byte (On board max.)
Remarks: Although the label and receipt maximum width can be select, 60 mm, but the maximum printable
width is 56 mm.
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1.2
Operating Specification
Power Source
:
AC Supply 100V – 120V
AC Supply 200V – 240V
Frequency
:
50 - 60 Hz
Operating Temperature
:
-10 °C to 40 °C (14F to 104F)
Humidity
:
15 % to 85 % RH
Waterproof
:
N.A.
(Please do not splash water on top or around the scale. Clean scale
only with a damp cloth)
Standard
:
RS 232C (FL-1, PC connection)
Cash drawer
Optional
:
RS 485 (PC connection)
Ethernet (Client / Server, TCP / IP protocol)
1.3
Type of Interface
* Interface with PC can either use RS 232C, RS 485 or Ethernet.
1.4
Main Components
Main CPU
:
Hitachi HD6413003RF16 (H8 / 3003)
Flash Memory
:
MBM29F160BE-70
SRAM
:
Hyundai HY628400ALLG-55 (Normal pin)
Mitsubishi MEM5408ART-55LL (Reverse pin)
Display Device
:
International D (LCD 5358 SYBYTNZ-T)
Printing Head
:
Kyocera KYT-56-8MPP1-TRS2
(Please clean thermal head regularly to prolong usage life)
DC Stepping Motor
:
MINEBEA STEPPER MOTOR 23LM-C035-K54V
A / D Converter
:
TERAOKA TWB-09000
Power Supply
:
NEMIC Lambda Switching ZD75-0524/1
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2. OVERVIEW
2.1
Dimensions
Bench Type
Pole Type
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Elevated Type
Self Service Type
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Hanging Type
2.2
Key Sheet Layout
32 Preset Keys For Bench Type
56 Preset Keys For Pole & Elevated Type
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Numerical + 4 Accumulation Key For Self Service
56 Preset Keys For Hanging Type
ON / OFF KEY
* Turn display ON or OFF.
NUMERIC KEYS
To
* Enter numeric data.
TARE KEY
* Set or Clear Tare Value.
* Select " NO " in S and Z Mode.
* Item Test print in S Mode.
CLEAR KEY
* Clear numeric values.
* Select " YES " in S and Z Mode.
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RE-ZERO KEY
* Reset weight to zero.
PRE-PACK KEY
* Switch Manual mode and Pre-pack mode alternatively.
(The mode status will be indicated in the P and M indicator.)
▪P - PRE-PACK MODE
▪ M - MANUAL MODE
CHANGE KEY
* Calculate the Changed Amount.
* Escape the Programming screen without saving data in S mode.
MULTIPLE KEY
* Register the number of Non-Weight products.
* Select programming item such as PLU data, Shop Name in S mode.
* Select Report Type in X mode.
* Select Data Transaction Type in Z mode.
CLERK KEYS
* Accumulate the Total Price.
VOID KEY
* Correct the Sales Data
PLU KEY
* Call up PLU data.
* Store the programmed data in S mode.
FEED KEY
* Feed Label or Receipt
PRINT KEY
* Print out Label or Receipt
MODE SELECT KEY
* Five Modes can be selected using this key.
Indicator R - REGISTRATION MODE (All the sales transactions are performed.)
Indicator X - CHECK MODE (Printing out and sales report.)
Indicator S - PROGRAM MODE (Programming preset data, such as products,
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data, shop name, etc.)
Indicator Z - TOTAL MODE (Clear sales data stored.)
Indicator X (Blink) - PASWORD SETTING MODE (Setting ENTRY PASSWORD
for S, X and Z modes.)
PRESET KEYS
* Call up Preset data such as PLU Data or Function Data in Reg. Mode.
* Enter Alphabetic data in Program Mode.
To
Note: The following Preset Keys are used in entering Alphabetic (Pole Type).
Move the
cursor.
Change the
entry to Right.
2.3
Move the
cursor.
Change the
entry to Left.
Code type
entered.
Insert Data.
Switch Cap /
Lower case.
Panel Layout
Bench Type
Pole Type And Hanging Type
There are fifteen different indicators on Display Panel as shown below.
1.
Î0Í
:
Lights when scale is stable at the zero point
2.
NET
:
Lights when tare subtraction in performed.
3.
P
:
Lights when PRE-PACK Mode is selected.
4.
M
:
Lights when MANUAL Mode is selected.
5.
AM
:
Lights when the amount is displayed.
6.
CH
:
Lights when the amount of change is being displayed.
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Change Font
size.
Delete the
Data.
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7.
PE
:
Lights when label or receipt paper ends.
8.
R
:
Lights when REGISTRATION Mode is selected.
9.
X
:
Lights when CHECK Mode is selected.
10.
S
:
Light when PROGRAM Mode is selected.
11.
Z
:
Lights when TOTAL Mode is selected.
12.
A
:
Lights when Sales Data is in Memory for CLERK 9995.
13.
B
:
Lights when Sales Data is in Memory for CLERK 9996.
14.
C
:
Lights when Sales Data is in Memory for CLERK 9997.
15.
D
:
Lights when Sales Data is in Memory for CLERK 9998.
2.4
Label Type
Note: Labels must be winding outwards (on top of the backing paper) and not inwards (under the backing
paper) within the core (see diagram above).
If labels are wound wrongly, printing problem may result. We do not recommend the use of varnish labels.
The table shown below is the standard label size of SM 300:
Label Type
Dimension
T1
28 X 60
T2
31 X 60
T3
34 X 60
T4 / T10
40 X 60
T5 / T11
43 X 60
T6
46 X 60
T7 / T12
49 X 60
T8
55 X 60
T9
37 X 60
U1
40 X 62
U2
120 X 40
U3
43 X 60
U4 / U7
55 X 60
U5 / U8
95 X 60
U6
120 X 60
S
28 X 60
A/B
46 X 40
C
62.5 X 40
F1 - F8
Standard: 120(max) X 60(max)
(Free format) U1 and CA: 240(max) X 60(max)
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Pcs / Roll
1400
1300
1200
1000
960
900
840
750
1100
650
350
950
750
440
350
1400
900
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REMARKS:
1) Dimension is in L(ength) X W(idth) and in unit of millimeter.
2) U2 to U8 is use by U1 and CA only.
3) F1 to F8 is free format label to design own label. Please note the maximum size.
2.5
Interface Ports Location
2.5.1 For Pole, Bench, Elevated, Self-service.
2 X LCU/AUX
1 X Ethernet
1 X RS232
1 X Cash drawer
To turn the span switch on / off
by using pin.
2.5.2 For Hanging
1. Loosen 4 screws on the top
of the SM 300 Hanging Scale.
2. Remove 2 cover on top, the
interface is at the left hand side.
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The location of the SPAN switch
is at the backside of the main
board, which is pointed. (SM300
Hanging)
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3. SETUP
3.1
Scale Assembly
3.1.1 Set up
Step 1:
Remove top cushion pad
with accessories from
carton box.
Step 2:
Retrieve SM-300 scale kit
from carton box.
Cover
Step 3:
Place the cover as shown
at above.
Step 4:
Connect cable (Display
and keyboard) and mount
Elevated/Pole display [For
SM-300P, EV]
3.1.1 Level Adjustment
Place the scale on the flat surface and adjust the four legs until the bubble on the level is in the center as shown
above.
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3.1.3 Hanging Type Scale Set Up
Hook Holder
Hook AA
(44013050200102)
WELASSY AD (Plate Supt)
(41012450200404)
Axis AE
(41012401300502)
PAN AC (DI 350mm)
(44010406500300)
SM 300H is provided with Hook AA. This is to facilitate hanging support to a Hook Holder (To be customized at
customer’s side). Please refer to diagrams at the next page for the dimension of Hook AA and the suggested
Hook Holder.
Hook AA
33.6
(Outer dimension)
30 (Inner dimension)
40
31.8
109
168
Hook Holder (Suggested design and dimension)
Hook Holder
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3.2
Software Setting
3.2.1 Memory Initialization
There are two methods of memory initialization
3.2.1.1
Default Country Specification 1
Default Customer Specification (Re-zero 141) and Weight & Measure Specification (Re-zero 142) setting of
individual country.
(Please turn on the span switch before proceed this process.)
(Please off the scale, press the following key and on the scale when process the following)
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Select country SPEC then default Customer Specification and
Weight & Measure Specification setting.
+
C-SPEC, ENT (C) & (*)
COUNTRY CODE: 2-STD
KEY TO PRESS
Refer to the
Section
3.2.1.3 for
country list
OPERATION
Reading SPEC for the standard country.
SELECT SCALE TYPE
ENTER:
0 POLE / 6KG
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
To
To
choose
scale
type
+
To
choose
scale
type
OR
OR
To set the scale and
the capacity type.
Select scale type:
0: Pole 6 Kg
1: Pole 15 Kg
2: Pole 30 Kg
3: Pole 30 Lb
4: Bench 6 Kg
5: Bench 15 Kg
6: Bench 30 Kg
7: Bench 30 Lb
8. Printer (BP 80 / 90)
SELECT LABEL LENGTH
ENTER:
0 SHORT
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
To
To
choose
label
length
+
To
choose
label
length
OR
Select label length:
0: Short – Label length up to maximum 120mm
1: Long – Label length up to maximum 240mm
OR
To set the label
length.
SELECT PRINTER TYPE
ENTER:
1 OLD
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
To
choose
printer
type
To
OR
Select Printer Type:
0: New Printer Kit
1: Old Printer Kit
To set the printer
type.
READING COUNTRY SPEC
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Clear SRAM data and files initialize.
MEMORY CLEAR?
PRESS: C (YES) / T (NO)
KEY TO PRESS
If YES
OPERATION
Process of initialize.
Then go to segment check.
PLEASE WAIT …
KEY TO PRESS
If NOT
OPERATION
Go to segment check.
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STAND ALONE
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Clear SRAM data and files initialize.
CHANGE SPAN SWITCH
3.2.1.2
Default Country Specification 2
Default Customer Specification (Re-zero 141) setting of individual country only.
(Please off the scale, press the following key and on the scale when process the following)
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Select country SPEC then default Customer Specification
setting.
+
C-SPEC, ENT (C) & (*)
COUNTRY CODE: 2-STD
KEY TO PRESS
Refer to the
Section
3.2.1.3 for
country list
OPERATION
Reading SPEC for the standard country.
SELECT LABEL LENGTH
ENTER:
0 SHORT
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
To
To
choose
label
length
+
To
choose
label
length
OR
Select label length:
0: Short – Label length up to maximum 120mm
1: Long – Label length up to maximum 240mm
OR
To set the label
length.
READING COUNTRY SPEC
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Clear SRAM data and files initialize.
MEMORY CLEAR?
PRESS: C (YES) / T (NO)
KEY TO PRESS
If YES
OPERATION
Process of initialize.
Then go to segment check.
PLEASE WAIT …
KEY TO PRESS
If NOT
OPERATION
Go to segment check.
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STAND ALONE
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3.2.1.3
Country List
No.
Country Code
0
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
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
AA
U1
STD
CN
HK
TW
EX
KE
AR
SF
CS
GC
TU
CV
HG
PL
UR
AS
DM
FL
NW
SD
PG
UK
IL
ILL
CA
CAL
AG
MX
BZ
CL
EA
JD
LN
IN
CR
Country
Japan
U.S.A.
Standard
China
Hong Kong
Taiwan
Export
Korea
Australia and New Zealand
South Africa
Cyprus
Greece
Turkey
Czech Republic
Hungary
Poland
Russia
Austria
Denmark
No.
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
69
70
71
72
Finland
Norway
Sweden
Portugal
United Kingdom
Ireland (Kg)
Ireland (Lb)
Canada (Kg)
Canada (Lb)
Argentina
Mexico
Brazil
Chile
Egypt
Jordan
Lebanon
Iran
Canary Islands
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Country Code
TL
EC
NL
BG
SA
IC
IE
CB
KY
IR
VY
MS
SN
VZ
CO
MA
FR
WG
BL
BW
CP
LS
MU
MW
MZ
NM
RE
SH
SW
WZ
ZM
AE
TT
UD
LV
SK
Country
Thailand
European Community
Netherlands
Belgium
Saudi Arabia
Iceland
Indonesia
Cuba
Kenya
Israel
Slovenia
Malaysia
Spain
Venezuela
Croatia
Macedonian
France
Germany
Bulgaria
Botswana
Comores
Lesotho
Mauritius
Malawi
Mozambique
Namibia
Reunion
Seychelles
Swaziland
Zimbabwe
Zambia
U.A.E.
Trinidad & Torago
Uganda
Latvia
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3.2.2 Span Adjustment
The span adjustment is to let the scale be accurate in weighing.
(Please turn on the SPAN SWITCH after go to Z mode when using this process.)
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode and turn on the Span Switch.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
At calibration mode.
+
CALIBRATION MODE
REMOVE ALL WT & PRT
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
To calibrate zero point.
Please make sure that nothing is on the platter.
This will take a moment.
ZERO SETTING PLS WAIT
3
10675
KEY TO PRESS
Place the capacity weight on
the scale after the following
screen appears.
OPERATION
Place the capacity weight according to the scale on the platter.
E.g. for a 6 Kg scale, put a 6 Kg capacity weight on the platter.
SET WEIGHT & PRT
41480
10675
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
To calibrate the full weight.
This will take a moment.
SPAN SETTING PLS WAIT
41480
10675
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Turn off span switch.
CHANGE SPAN SWITCH
REMARK:
1. Once the span switch is turned off, it will go to R mode automatically.
2. Reset the scale.
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3.2.3 Specification Setting
3.2.3.1
Customer Specification (Re-zero 141)
To change the setting of the Customer SPEC if there is some SPEC need to alter.
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
At R mode.
0.000
0.000
KEY TO PRESS
+
0.00
0.00
OPERATION
At the Customer SPEC setting at SPEC 0.
SP0: IT BARCODE 04>>04:
F1F2CCCCCXXXXXCD
KEY TO PRESS
To
OPERATION
Select data.
OR
+
OR
Save data and increase SPEC No.
SP1: R.S.DATA OF IT BAR
1>>1: PRICE
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Increase the SPEC number without saving data of the previous
SPEC number.
SP2: IT BAR R.S.PC DATA
0>>0: BEFORE TAX
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Decrease the SPEC number without saving data of the
previous SPEC number.
SP1: R.S.DATA OF IT BAR
1>>1: PRICE
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
To jump to desire SPEC number.
SP10: F1F2 OF TTL BAR
RANGE (0-99) :
002
KEY TO PRESS
To save.
OPERATION
Save SPEC setting and exit to R mode.
OR
No save.
Do not save SPEC setting and exit to R mode.
0.000
0.000
0.00
# REMARK: Please restart the scale every time after changing the SPEC.
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3.2.3.2
Weight And Measurement Specification (Re-zero 142)
To change the setting of the Weight &Measurement SPEC if there is some SPEC need to alter.
(Please turn on the SPAN SWITCH when using this process)
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode and turn on the Span Switch.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
+
OPERATION
At the W & M SPEC setting at SPEC 600.
SP600: WT ITEMS PC BASE
1>>1: 1KG BASE
KEY TO PRESS
To
OPERATION
Select data.
OR
+
OR
Save data and increase SPEC No.
SP601: AUTO-ZERO FUNC
0>>0: NO AUTO-ZERO
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Increase the SPEC number without saving data of the previous
SPEC number.
SP602: DISPLAY TYPE
0>>0: SINGLE DISP ROW
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Decrease the SPEC number without saving data of the
previous SPEC number.
SP601: AUTO-ZERO FUNC
0>>0: NO AUTO-ZERO
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
To jump to desire SPEC number.
SP610: UP DP R.SHIFT
0>>0: NO RIGHT SHIFT
KEY TO PRESS
To save.
OPERATION
Save SPEC setting and exit to R mode.
OR
No save.
Do not save SPEC setting and exit to R mode.
0.000
0.000
0.00
# REMARK: Please restart the scale every time after changing the SPEC.
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3.2.3.3
Scale Setting
Please check the preset key type for the self-service and hanging type scale. Choose the SCALE TYPE
according in the DEFAULT SPECIFICATION SETTING and also set the SPEC for the following:
SPEC 664
0 Inhibit
DENMARK SELF SERVICE TYPE
1 Allow
SPEC 672 KEYBOARD SELECTION
0 Normal keyboard
1 100 preset keys keyboard
SPEC 673
0 No
HANGING SCALE
SPEC 688
0 No
SM500 SELF-SERVICE
2 80 preset keys keyboard
1 Yes
1 Yes
# REMARK: After changing and saving the SPEC, please restart the scale.
SPEC 688 also can be use for SM300 Self-service. (Not only for SM500)
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4. MAINTENANCE
4.1
Diagnostic
4.1.1 Changing Mode
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
At R mode.
0.000
0.000
KEY TO PRESS
0.00
0.00
OPERATION
Go to X mode.
X MODE: SELECT REPORT
USING PRESET KEY
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to S mode.
PLU PROGRAMMING
ENTER PLU #
0
KEY TO PRESS
X
S
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to PASSWORD mode.
The X on the screen will display blinking
X MODE PASSWORD: 0
NEW: 0-9 / CLEAR: *
KEY TO PRESS
X
OPERATION
Back to R mode.
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.00
R
To switch between R, X, S, Z and Password mode.
** The “ X” Or “W ” mark on the X, S, Z and R mean the indicator light is on. When in Password mode, the
indicator light will be blinking.
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4.1.2 RAM & Communication Port Testing
4.1.2.1
RAM Test
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
+
OPERATION
Go to hardware testing mode.
The first test is the RAM test
RAM READ / WRITE TEST
TESTING IN PROGRESS…
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
It will show the message below after testing the RAM.
RAM READ / WRITE TEST
1 MB RAM OKAY
OR ELSE
RAM READ / WRITE TEST
1 MB RAM IS NOT OKAY
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4.1.2.2
SIO Loop Back Test
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Testing the RS232C port.
Please plug in the test connector on the RS232Cport before
proceed (The test connector is show at below).
If the port is okay, it will display the message below.
SIO LOOP BACK TEST
THE TEST IS SUCCESSFUL
OR ELSE
SIO LOOP BACK TEST
TEST FAIL !
TEST CONNECTOR FOR SIO PORT
Connect pin 4 and 5
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4.1.2.3
RS-485 Loop Back Test
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Testing the 4-Line port.
Please plug in the test connector on the 4-Line port before
proceed (The test connector is show at below).
If the port is okay, it will display the message below.
RS485 LOOP BACK TEST
THE TEST IS SUCCESSFUL
OR ELSE
RS485 LOOP BACK TEST
TEST FAIL !
TEST CONNECTOR FOR 4 LINE RS485 PORT
Connect pin 1 with pin 3
Connect pin 2 with pin 4
4.1.2.4
Ethernet Test
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Testing the Ethernet port.
If the port is okay, it will display the message below.
ETHERNET TEST
THE TEST IS SUCCESSFUL
OR ELSE
ETHERNET TEST
TEST FAIL !
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4.1.2.5
ROM Checksum Test
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
ROM checksum for firm work. (Different of checksum regarding
to different software version)
ROM
TEST
TESTING IN PROGRESS…
After few seconds …
0
0
3076E3
TESTING IN PROGRESS…
4.1.2.6
Auto Generate PLU
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Auto generates PLU.
Press PRINT key if YES
OVERWRITE EXISTING PLU
GENERATE PLU (YES - *) ?
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Process to RAM Test (Repeat) without generate PLUs.
OR
PLU generating.
PLU GENERATED: 001679
TESTING IN PROGRESS…
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Escape to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
4.1.3 Internal Count
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode and turn on the Span Switch.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
+
OPERATION
At Internal count mode.
INTERNAL COUNT MODE
0
10714
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Escape to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
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4.1.4 Span Switch Status
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
+
OPERATION
Indicates SPAN Switch status.
SPAN SWITCH OFF
After 1 Second
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
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4.1.5 Thermal Head Usage
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
+
OPERATION
Process to Thermal Head Usage mode.
The counter will jump with every 1000 printing.
Press [C] to clear the counter to 0.
ENABLE 1K THERMAL HEAD
USAGE COUNTER
KEY TO PRESS
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OPERATION
Counter clear.
ENABLE 1K THERMAL HEAD
USAGE COUNTER
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
No clear the counter and escape to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
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4.2
Adjustment
4.2.1 Location Of Label Gap Sensor And Thermal Head
Label Gap
Sensor
Thermal Head
4.2.2 Label Gap Sensor
The label sensor is to detect the gap between the labels
so as to identify the starting position of the label. If the
gap is not detected properly, the scale will issue two or
more labels. Also different material of label and back
paper will have different sensitivity level; the variable
resistor beside the label sensor is to adjust the
sensitivity to suitable level.
Adjust this variable resistor for sensor
level sensitivity.
Gap Sensor Voltage
a)
When the sensor detects a gap (back paper), the Gap Sensor Voltage is between 1.0 to 2.5, depending on the
material of the back paper.
b)
When the sensor detects a label, the Gap Sensor Voltage is between 3.0 to 5.0, depending on the material of the
back paper.
Threshold Voltage
Threshold Voltage or Gap Reference Voltage enables the senor to determine whether it is a label or gap. It is computed
as follow:
Threshold Voltage = (highest detected value + lowest detected value) / 2
Portion on the label with Gap Sensor Voltage above Threshold Voltage is considered as label. And portion below the
Threshold Voltage is considered as gap. Threshold Voltage is computed automatically when [FEED] key is pressed. It can
also manually adjust using P7 and P8 preset key.
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
At R mode.
0.000
0.000
KEY TO PRESS
0.00
0.00
OPERATION
+
GAP SENSOR VOLT:
SET THRESHOLD:
KEY TO PRESS
Adjust the variable resistor to
increase or decrease the
voltage level
2.8V
1.4V
OPERATION
Pull the label. If gap on sensor, the voltage level should be low
while label on sensor, the voltage level should be high.
GAP SENSOR VOLT: 2.8V
SET THRESHOLD:
1.4V
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Exit to R mode.
0.000
0.000
0.00
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4.2.3 Peel Sensor
To set the peel sensor voltage if the peel sensor is not
working normally in some situations like temperature
and humidity changed.
The peel sensor voltage can be set automatically by
press the # key.
The peel sensor.
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
At R mode.
0.000
0.000
KEY TO PRESS
0.00
0.00
OPERATION
+
PEEL SENSOR VOLT: 4.9V
NEW: 0.0V / * AUTO SET
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Once the key is press, it will auto set the voltage value and
exit to R mode.
OR
Enter a value of the
sensor voltage then
press
OR
You can enter the value of the peel sensor voltage then
press the PLU key to save and exit to R mode.
Exit to R mode without doing anything.
0.000
0.000
0.00
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4.2.4 Printing Position
To adjust the printing position when printing is out of alignment. The process only allows adjusting vertical
position only.
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
At R mode.
0.000
0.000
KEY TO PRESS
0.00
0.00
OPERATION
+
CALIBRATE THERMAL HEAD
OLD: 0
KEY TO PRESS
/
NEW:
0
OPERATION
Adjust upward.
OR
Adjust downward.
OR
Store new value and exit to R mode.
0.000
0.000
0.00
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4.2.5 Voltage Checkpoint
There are several voltage checkpoints on the PCB boards. Below are some reference voltages points that are
commonly use.
VOLTAGE POINT
VOLTAGE
PURPOSE
VCC
VTH
5.0 V
Provide voltage for most of the IC
24 V
Provide voltage mainly to the thermal head
VBB (Off-state)
VBB (On-state)
2.5 V
Provide backup voltage for the RAM IC when power is off
4.5 V
Provide backup voltage for the RAM IC when power is on
The tolerance of all the voltage is about ± 5% except VTH is +2% and -5%.
Figure 4.2.5 Voltage Checkpoint
4.3
Memory Clear
4.3.1 Clearing Data Files
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Access code to files clear.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Access to files clear menu.
+
CLEAR PLU FILES?
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Press Preset key 7 & 8 for select the file to clear.
&
Then
1. Clear PLU Files
2. Clear Format Files
3. Clear Other Files
4. Clear All Files
5. Clear Clerk Files
Clear PLU files only.
Clear free format files only.
Clear other files except 1 &
2.
Clear all files
Clear clerk files only
DELETE?
PRESS: C (YES) / T (NO)
KEY TO PRESS
Clear and Exit
OPERATION
Back to files clear menu.
CLEAR PLU FILES?
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KEY TO PRESS
Clear and Exit
OPERATION
Exit to Z mode.
OR
OR
Exit
without
clear
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
4.3.2 Clearing Transaction Files
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Press Multiply key to select the type of transaction to clear.
Then
1. To clear daily transaction
2. To clear monthly transaction
3. To clear term transaction
4. To clear all transaction
CLEAR DAILY TRANS?
PRESS: C(YES) / T(NO)
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Exit to Z mode.
Clear and Exit
OR
Exit without clear.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
4.3.3 Clearing All Files
KEY TO PRESS
+
OPERATION
Power Off the scale; hold both keys shown on left side and
Power On the scale. Clear Static RAM data and file initialize.
MEMORY CLEAR?
PRESS: C (YES) / T (NO)
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Process of initialization, then goes to segment check.
PLEASE WAIT…
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to segment check.
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STAND ALONE
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4.4
Data Backup
4.4.1 System Configuration
SPEC
0
1
2
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1200
2400
4800
BAUD RATES OF SIO (RS232C PORT)
3
4
5
9600
19200
38400
SPEC
0
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7 bits
DATA LENGTH OF SIO (RS232C PORT)
1
8 bits
SPEC
0
1
53
None
Odd
PARITY BIT OF SIO (RS232C PORT)
2
Even
SPEC
0
54
1 bits
STOP BIT OF SIO (RS232C PORT)
SPEC
0
1
60
SIO SELECT JOB
No operation
FIS 3000
SPEC
0
134
HOST COMMUNICATION
RS-232 bits
SM 300
FL-1
1
2 bits
2
3
FL-1
Point & Shop
1
RS-485
OR
PCFL-1
4.4.2 Data Transfer Of SM 300 And FL-1 Or PCFL-1
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
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KEY TO PRESS
+
OPERATION
Access to files transfer menu.
PLU FILES TO FL-1
KEY TO PRESS
&
OPERATION
Press Preset key 7 & 8 to select the files type to transfer.
Then
1. PLU files to FL-1
2. Format files to FL-1
3. Other files to FL-1
4. All files to FL-1
FILES SAVE TO FL-1
KEY TO PRESS
&
OPERATION
Press Preset key 7 & 8 to select the job.
Then
1. Files save to FL-1
2. Files read from FL-1
3. Verify files with FL-1
FILES SAVE TO FL-1
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Transferring result status.
It will display after all data is transfer.
FILES SAVE TO FL-1
KEY TO PRESS
Exit without clear.
OPERATION
Back to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
4.4.3 Specification Data Transfer Of SM 300 And FL-1 Or PCFL-1
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
+
OPERATION
Access to Spec data transfer menu.
Please turn on the SPAN switch before enter the
access code.
SPEC. DATA SAVE TO FL-1
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KEY TO PRESS
&
OPERATION
Press Preset key 7 & 8 to select the job.
Then
1. Spec. Data save to FL-1
2. Spec. Data read from FL-1
3. Verify files with FL-1
SPEC. DATA SAVE TO FL-1
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Transferring result status.
It will display after all data is transfer.
SPEC. DATA SAVE TO FL-1
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Back to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
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5. ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY
5.1
Bench and Pole Type
5.1.1 Top Cover
1. Remove the platter.
2. Remove the platter support by
loosens 4 screws at the platter
support. Also loosen the other 6
screws, which located at 4
corners and the other 2 screws
at the downside front panel.
3. Carry the cover up then
unplugs the keyboard connector
from main board and also the
display connectors from the
display board at the cover.
Remove the cover.
2. Take out the display board
from the cover and loosen 4
screws shown as above.
6. Please handle out the display
board with care.
5.1.2 Circuit Board
5.1.2.1
Display Board for Bench
1. The display board and the
keyboard is inside the main
cover. Loosen all the screws,
which in the red circles.
7. This is the front view of the
display board.
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5.1.2.2
Display Board for Pole
1. Disassembly the pole display
and loosen 2 screws as shown.
2. Remove the front display
cover.
4. Move the display as shown
and disconnected it.
5. To remove another display,
loosen 4 Axis, which tighten at 4
corners of the other display.
5.1.2.3
Keyboard Circuit Board
1. The display board must be
removing first then the keyboard
can be unscrewing.
2. Unscrew 6 screws, which
screw on the cover.
3. The circles show all the
screws location
4. Take out the display board
from the cover.
5. This is the front view of the
keyboard circuit board.
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3. Loosen 4 screws, which
tighten at 4 corner of the display
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5.1.2.4
Interface Main Board
1. To open the interface board,
loosen 3 screws, which located
as shown in the picture.
2. Disconnect the interface board
wire from Main Board at the
base.
3. Then the interface board can
be removed.
2. Push the both triggers at the
same time then the drawer block
can be taken out.
3. This is drawer block.
5.1.3 Printer Kit
5.1.3.1
Drawer Block
1. To open the drawer block,
disconnect connector, which
connect to Main Board as
indicated.
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5.1.3.2
Thermal Head
1. Open up the drawer of the
printer.
2. Disconnect the cable.
4. Lift up the thermal head from
printer kit.
5. This is the thermal head.
5.2
3. Loosen the screw as shown
in picture.
Self-Service Type
5.2.1 Self-Service Key Board
1. Self-Service Display and
Keyboard Pole.
2. Upside down the Pole and
loosen 4 screws as shown
(another side also)
4. Disconnect the keyboard
cable, which connect upper
keyboard to lower keyboard.
5. This is the one of the
keyboard. (Upper or Lower).
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3. Take out the Trucking as
shown then disconnect the
connector from keyboard.
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5.2.2 Pole Display
1. After remove the upper &
lower keyboard, loosen 2 screws
as shown above.
2. Take out the lower part cover
of the display and then loosen 4
screws as shown.
4. Move the display as shown
and disconnected it.
5. To remove another display,
loosen 4 Axis, which tighten at 4
corners of the other display.
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5.3
Hanging Type
5.3.1 Side Cover
1. SM300Hanging
2. Loosen 4 screws for take out
the top cover.
3. Lay down the scale and
loosen the screws, which locate
as shown above.
4. Open up the side cover (Left).
5. Loosen the screws on the top
of the scale as shown above.
6. Loosen the screws, which
shown above.
7. Pull out the side cover (Left)
from the SM300Hanging scale.
8. Disconnect the Interface
Connector from the main board.
9. Open up the side cover
(Right).
10. Loosen 4 screws on top of
the scale as shown above.
11. Pull out the side cover
(Right).
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5.3.2 Circuit Board
5.3.2.1
Main Board
1. The main board can be found
after take out the side cover
(Left).
2. Disconnected all the cables,
which connected on the main
board.
4. Follow the arrow direction for
take out the main board.
5. This is the main board.
5.3.2.2
3. Loosen the screw at downside
corner of the main board.
Power Block
1. Loosen the screw, which
indicated as above.
2. Then slide out the power block
follow the arrow direction.
4. Loosen 4 screws then the
Power Block can be take out.
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3. Take out the Bracket AG
(Front Panel).
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5.3.3 Front / Back Panel
1. Disconnect the connector of
display from main board
2. Open the Cover AD Printer
Cutter then loosen the 4 screws,
which indicated as above.
4. Then take out the Bracket AH
(Back Panel).
5.3.4 Printer Kit
5.2.4.1
Printer Block
1. Loosen the screws, which
tighten for earth wire.
5.3.4.2
2. Loosen the screws then the
printer block can be replaced.
Thermal Head
Refer to 5.1.3.2 for Thermal head disassembly.
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3. Take out the Bracket AG
(Front Panel).
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5.3.5 Loadcell
1. Loosen 2 Allen-key screws for
take out the Ball Joint.
2. Loosen 4 screws at the bottom
side then remove the Cover.
3. Release the cable, which tie
up as above.
4. Loosen 2 screws.
5. Loosen 2 screws, which
tightens on the A/D Box.
6. Loosen 4 screws as above for
Loadcell.
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6. NETWORKCONFIGURATION
6.1
RS-232C / RS-485
6.1.1 System Configuration
6.1.1.1
RS-232C
* Note:
Only 1 scale can be connect in this method. Maximum cable length is 15m.
SPEC setting on scale (Please use the highlight selection if any):
spec 48
setting of scale number
Please enter one number from the range of 0 to 999999
spec 51
0
1
2
1200
2400
4800
spec 52
0
7 bits
spec 53
0
1
None
Odd
spec 54
0
spec 60
0
1
BAUD RATES OF SIO (RS232C PORT)
3
4
5
9600
19200
38400
dATa length of SIO (RS232C PORT)
3
8 bits
2
Even
1 bit
1
2 bits
sio select job
No operation
FIS 3000
2
3
FL-1
Point & Shop
spec 134
host communication
0
RS-232 bits
1
RS-485
spec 148
fis3000 code
0
SM 80 / 90 FIS3D
1
SM 25 FIS3D
parity bit of sio (RS232C PORT)
stop bit of SIO (RS232C PORT)
* For using SIS98 – IE_FIS3DSTD protocol, choose SM 25 FIS3D only.
* SIS98 is data management application software.
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6.1.1.2
RS-485
Could connect as many scales in this method within 300m (total cable length). Have to download data to scale
individually. The LCU 401 is a signal converter, which is, converts the signal from RS232C to RS485 between
PC and scale.
SPEC setting on scale (Please use the highlight selection if any):
spec 48
setting of scale number
Please enter one number from the range of 0 to 999999
spec 51
0
1
2
1200
2400
4800
spec 52
0
7 bits
spec 53
0
1
None
Odd
spec 54
0
spec 60
0
1
BAUD RATES OF SIO (RS232C PORT)
3
4
5
9600
19200
38400
dATa length of SIO (RS232C PORT)
3
8 bits
2
Even
1 bit
1
2 bits
sio select job
No operation
FIS 3000
2
3
FL-1
Point & Shop
spec 134
host communication
0
RS-232 bits
1
RS-485
spec 148
fis3000 code
0
SM 80 / 90 FIS3D
1
SM 25 FIS3D
parity bit of sio (RS232C PORT)
stop bit of SIO (RS232C PORT)
* For using SIS98 – IE_FIS3DSTD protocol, choose SM 25 FIS3D only.
* SIS98 is data management application software.
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6.2
TCP / IP
6.2.1 PC Ethernet Adapter Set-Up
SM300 can be connected to PC through Ethernet, and RS232C interface. The SM300 can use as Client /
Server (Ethernet interface only). See below for the connection method.
6.2.1.1
Configuration Of Ethernet Communication On PC
1. Installation Of Ethernet Card Using Windows 95
Please refer to the instruction manual of the Ethernet card on how to install the Ethernet card to your PC or
Laptop.
2. Installation of TCP/ IP Protocol
After installing the Ethernet card, we need to install the TCP / IP Protocol. Go to
My Computer → Control Panel → Network
A window would shows the type of Ethernet card you have install, if the window shows no display of
your Ethernet Card. Reinstall the Ethernet card again.
Click the Add button. You will see another Window. Double click Protocol and another window will appear.
Select Microsoft at the left and then TCP /IP at the right side of the window. Click the OKAY button. Get ready
Windows 95 installation CD or diskettes, sometimes it may prompt to use it.
6.2.1.2
Configuration Of Ethernet Card On PC Using WINDOWS 95
After install the Ethernet card and TCP / IP protocol, configure the TCP / IP protocol to get ready to
communicate with the network.
My Computer → Control Panel → Network→TCP/IP of Ethernet card (Select
Properties)
2. IP address: 192.168.0.XXX ------ XXX – a number between 001 to 255.
3. Submask: 255.255.255.0
Above IP address is use as a default address to use for SM 300 Ethernet communication.
Due to some reasons, the IP address had to be change, it may do so. The scale IP address had to be change
so as to be in the same submask network with the PC.
For the PC and scales to be in the same submask, the first three set of numbers of the IP address of the PC
and scales must be the same so that they are in the same submask. For an example if the PC IP address is
changed to 192.168.168.XXX, the SM 300 scale IP address has to be change to C0.A8.A8.XXX (in hex value) =
192.168.168.XXX. The last set of number of the IP address (underline) should not be similar among the PC and
scales or other devices within the same submask at all time. The last set of number of the IP address of the
scale follow the value of SPEC 135. It is between 1 to 255. The procedure to change the scale IP address is
mention on Section 6.2.2.2 below.
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6.2.1.3
Window version client driver (Client /Server or Server/Workstation connection with PC)
When using the window client driver to communicate between PC and SM 300, the HOSTS file have to create
to set the scale IP address. Refer to Section 6.2.3 for connection method.
Go to the C:\WINDOWS directory.
Find a file HOSTS.SAM.
Open the file and at the bottom of the file:
Enter 192.168.0.1 [TAB] S0001
192.168.0.2 [TAB] S0002
192.168.0.3 [TAB] S0003
:
:
and so on until last scale number.
Save the file as file name HOSTS in the WINDOWS directory.
* 192.168.0.1 S0001
**
Scale IP address; the last number is the scale number
-
0001 = scale number
Above is the standard IP address for SM300 Ethernet communication. If the scale IP address is
changed, please change the IP address of the HOST file accordingly.
Refer to Windows Client Driver Manual on how to use and send data to the SM300.
6.2.1.4
SIS 98 (Client/Server or Server/Workstation Connection With PC)
For communication between PC and SM300 using SIS 98, only the scale IP address needs to be entering in the
SIS 98. The file HOSTS do not need to be created. Please refer to the SIS98 manual on how to enter the scale
IP address. Please refer to Section 6.2.3 for the connection method.
Before setting the SPEC setting of the scale, please check below.
* SIS98 is data management application software.
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6.2.2 Scale Ethernet Address, Scale IP Address, Server IP Address & Subnet Mask
6.2.2.1
Scale Ethernet Address
The main board has a Scale Ethernet Address that is set during download the firmware version. This address is
a hardware setting for Ethernet communication. It had a unique set of number. This address only can be
change during downloading the firmware. If the scale is using Ethernet communication, a Scale Ethernet
Address is needed apart from software IP address. Below procedure is to view the Scale Ethernet Address.
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
Z
OPERATION
Access to view the scale Ethernet address.
+
SCALE ETHERNET ADDRS
006003009C31
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Back to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
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6.2.2.2
Scale IP Address
This is to change the default IP address to other IP address for PC communication using Ethernet interface.
This should not be confused with the Scale Ethernet Address as above. The Scale Ethernet Address is mainly
set for hardware purpose and Scale IP Address is set for software purpose. When communicating with PC
using Ethernet interface, the scales IP addresses have to be known in the software in order to communicate.
The default IP address of the scale is 192.168.000.000 where the last three digits (underline) follow the value
set at SPEC 135. E.g. If SPEC 135 is 20. The IP address will be 192.168.000.020. Please turn on the span
switch before proceed.
Below is an example to change the default IP address 192.168.000.000 to 192.168.001.000
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
Z
OPERATION
Display default IP address.
+
SCALE IP ADDRESS
192168000000
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Changing of IP address.
E.g. Change the default IP address to 192.168.001.000.
** Take note that the last three digits (underline) need
not to enter as it follow the value set at SPEC 135.
SCALE IP ADDRESS
192168001000
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Save the address and escape to Z mode.
OR
Escape to Z mode without saving.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
Z
REMARK: Please restart the scale every time after changing the SPEC.
IMPORTANT: Please take note that each scale must have different port number and Ethernet address as the
other. Same port number and Ethernet address would make the network to a standstill. These apply to other
equipment sharing the same hub or link up. To avoid complication in the network, try to have the scale network
with it own PC Ethernet card and hubs (a suggestion only).
6.2.2.3
Server IP Address
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Display default Server IP address.
+
SERVER IP ADDRESS
192168000000
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KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Changing of IP address.
E.g. Change the default IP address to 192.168.000.021.
** Take note that the last three digits (underline) need not to
enter as it follow the value set at SPEC 135.
SERVER IP ADDRESS
192168000021
KEY TO PRESS
Z
OPERATION
Save the address and escape to Z mode.
OR
Escape to Z mode without saving.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
Z
REMARK: Please restart the scale every time after changing the SPEC.
IMPORTANT: Please take note that each scale must have different port number and Ethernet address as the
other. Same port number and Ethernet address would make the network to a standstill. These apply to other
equipment sharing the same hub or link up. To avoid complication in the network, try to have the scale network
with it own PC Ethernet card and hubs (a suggestion only).
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6.2.2.4
Subnet Mask
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Go to Z mode.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
KEY TO PRESS
Z
OPERATION
Display default Subnet Mask.
+
SUBNET MASK
255255255000
KEY TO PRESS
OPERATION
Key in Subnet Mask desired.
SCALE IP ADDRESS
255255255000
KEY TO PRESS
Z
OPERATION
Save the address and escape to Z mode.
OR
Escape to Z mode without saving.
TO CLEAR DAILY TRANS
PRESS PRINT KEY
REMARK: Please restart the scale every time after changing the SPEC.
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6.2.3 System Configuration
6.2.3.1
Server / Client
* NOTE: Only 8 scales can be connected in this method:
1 x SM 300 Server; 7 x SM 300 Client
SPEC setting on scale (Please use the highlight selection if any):
spec 49
0
1
2
type OF client / server interface
No Interface
Ethernet (Coaxial Cable)
Ethernet (Twisted Cable)
3
4
Not Used
4 Lines, RS485
spec 150
type OF client / server interface
0
Client
1
Server / Workstation
2
Back Up Server
spec 135
port number (Use when ethernet interface is selected)
Please enter a number between 1 to 255
NOTE:
Please clear the memory ( + when power on) of the scale after setting the SPEC for the
Ethernet Client / Server connection.
IMPORTANT:
The maximum length of cable is 100 meters from point to point (from hub to scale).
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6.2.3.2
Server / Client with PC
* NOTE: Only 7 scales can be connected in this method:
1 x SM 300 Server;
6 x SM 300 Client;
1 x PC
SPEC setting on scale (Please use the highlight selection if any):
spec 49
0
1
2
type OF client / server interface
No Interface
Ethernet (Coaxial Cable)
Ethernet (Twisted Cable)
3
4
Not Used
4 Lines, RS485
spec 150
type OF client / server interface
0
Client
1
Server / Workstation
2
Back Up Server
spec 135
port number (Use when ethernet interface is selected)
Please enter a number between 1 to 255
NOTE:
IMPORTANT:
Please clear the memory (
Client / Server connection.
+
when power on) of the scale after setting the SPEC for the Ethernet
The maximum length of cable is 100 meters from point to point (from hub to scale or PC).
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6.2.3.3
All Server
* NOTE: Only 99 SM 300 scales can be connected in this method
PC must to have an Ethernet card
Downloading of data to individual scale one by one.
SPEC setting on scale (Please use the highlight selection if any):
spec 49
0
1
2
type OF client / server interface
No Interface
Ethernet (Coaxial Cable)
Ethernet (Twisted Cable)
3
4
Not Used
4 Lines, RS485
spec 150
type OF client / server interface
0
Client
Server / Workstation
1
2
Back Up Server
spec 135
port number (Use when ethernet interface is selected)
Please enter a number between 1 to 255
NOTE:
Please clear the memory ( + when power on) of the scale after setting the SPEC for the
Ethernet Client / Server connection.
IMPORTANT:
The maximum length of cable is 100 meters from point to point (from hub to scale or PC).
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6.3
Wireless Configuration For Model SM 300
Wireless communication has been implemented from SM90/500/300 ver14.53 onwards. The configuration
procedure is as follows.
For the first time installation, read default country spec and do initialization for scale. Reload default setting to
the RF Card by [Reset] button (on the RF Card) depressed with power on.
2. Go to SPEC SETTING MODE by [Rezero+141]
Enable spec317 for WIRELESS COMMUNICATION.
Enable scale’s Ethernet communication and configure it as Server type (spec49, 50).
Set spec135 for the last number of scale’s IP address. This IP tail should be as same as the WIRELESS IP tail.
E.g. if the IP address for WLAN is 192.168.0.200, this scale’s IP (SPEC135) should be set to ‘200’. But avoid
selecting ‘2’ as scale’s IP tail (spec135).
Quit with spec saving by key [PLU].
Go to Z Mode, set scale’s IP address by [Rezero+0416]. This IP address should be fixed as 010.0.0.xxx. (xxx is
set by spec135)
Power off/on scale with memory clearing. Scale will wait about 30sec for the RF Card rebooting.
3. Go to P44X ‘WIRELESS PROGRAMMING’ under Programming Mode.
Program ESSID according to the Access Point configuration. Max. 32 characters can be entered.
Program WEP according to the Access Point configuration and it’s PCMCIA card. There are two types of WEP.
One is 40 bit and another one is 104 bit. So the setting format is either xxxx-xxxx-xx for 40 bits or xxxx-xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xx for 104 bits. All x should be in Hex.
Set WIRELESS IP ADDRESS. This IP address is used for WLAN. Any communication from outside network to
scale will use this IP.
WIRELESS ROUTER ADDRESS and WIRELESS MASK can be set depending on the customer network setup.
Just leave them as any value if don’t use them.
Press key [Tare] to skip ADVANCE SETTINGS. Password would be required to enter this setting.
Press key [PLU] to save Wireless configuration.
5. Press key [Clear] to send the configuration to RF Card. Error message ‘ETHERNET COMM. ERROR’ will
be shown if the sending is unsuccessful.
6. Power off/on scale again. The new configuration will take effect on the RF Card.
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7. FIRMWARE
7.1
WinDload v2.10
The software use for downloading firmware version to scale is WinDload.
Buttons
Buttons
Press for
Shortcut icon.
Production setting with
password lock.
Update bin file from zip
file.
Reset the software.
Com port setting.
Help.
Start
monitoring
File (data) locations.
7.2
Press for
Start to detect the com
port using
Firmware Version Upgrade
SM300 use flash ROM instead of EPROM for the main program storage of the scale. When upgrading of scale
firmware, there are 2 methods to download the firmware.
1. PC to scale via RS232C interface.
2. Server / Client Ethernet configuration. (Refer to Section 7.7 for further information)
Please refer to Section 9.4 Wire & Connector.
IMPORTANT: Please set the SM300 scale to standalone.
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7.3
Bin File Updating
a) ‘WinDload v 2.10’ software.
b) Select ‘File locations’ at the
toolbar.
c) Select product ‘SM200/SM300’
(M/B) and click ‘ok’.
d) Select ‘Update BIN files from ZIP
files’ at the toolbar.
e) Click ‘Update BIN files from ZIP
file’.
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f) Double click folder ‘WinDload zip
files’. Double click the software
version ‘XXXXX’ to be downloaded.
g) Click ‘ok’. (Confirmation for update
of bin files)
h) Click ‘ok’. (This take a moment…)
i) Click ‘ok’. (Updating successful)
j) Click ‘Close windows’.
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Non-Based / Based Downloading
k) Click ‘Start Monitoring’.
l) Power off the scale, hold
and
power on the ‘Scale’.
m) Select Country & Preset Layout.
n) Wait for flash memory erase
confirmation and click ‘ok’.
o) Flash memory erasing.
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p) Downloading.
q) Flash memory erasing and wait for
downloading of program completed.
7.5
Upgrading Scale firmware Version Using Server / Client Configuration
As mention earlier, the scale software upgrading can use the Server / Client configuration.
1) Switch off the power of all the scale. Set the server scale to standalone. Using the PC method for upgrading
scale software on Section 7.1 Firmware Version Upgrade to download the scale software to the server scale.
After finish downloading and initialized the server scale, set the spec to let the scale become a server scale
again.
2) Connect up all the client scales with the server.
3) Check that the client scales can establish communication with the server scale. Turn on the power of the
server scale first then the client scales. If ETHERNET DOWN appear before the segment check go on, that
mean the server and client cannot establish connection. Check spec and clear memory and try again. After
checking that the server and client scales are connected (online), turn off the power of the client scales only.
+
when power on. The display of the client scales would show
4) On the client scale, press and hold
PROGRAM UPDATING and when it finished downloading, it will display UPDATING COMPLETED. After one
client scale started to download, another client scales can start to download too. The server scale has to be on
at all time during downloading.
5) The server scale can serve as many clients scales at any time. This would safe a lot of time comparing to
PC method as it can only serve one at any time. But during downloading of software to the client scales, if there
is any transaction on the server scale, it will slow down the downloading process.
6) After the client scale has finished receiving the software from the server scale, do a default specification
initialization process and set SPEC for the client scale to become client scale again.
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8. HARDWARESETTING
8.1
Memory Expansion
The main board of TWB-09100 is for SM 300. Standard memory size on the SM 300 is 1M bytes. The standard
memory is using two SRAM, HY 628400 ALL-55 (Normal Pin). It can store approximate 1,685 PLUs with 70
characters per PLU. The memory can be expanded an additional of 1M bytes to 2M bytes, to store up to
approximate 4000 PLUs with 70 characters per PLU.
A total of two SRAM, MEM 5408 ART-55LL (Reverse Pin), is needed for the memory expansion.
Please refer to the following diagram for each SRAM location. Solder two SRAM at the bottom of SM 300 Main
Board, TWB-09100, which is locate opposite side of standard memory. After memory expansion is soldered, it
is a “must” to do a RAM check (refer to Section 4.1.2 for more information) to make sure that SRAM are
soldered properly.
This is the main board for SM 300 (TWB-09100).
The arrow indicated the RAM location.
The location of solder the additional 1 M Bytes RAM are at the other side of
these 2 RAMs IC as shown at figure below.
Figure 5. The location of the additional memory
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8.2
Interface Add On
Some option of the SM 300 Pole or Bench type got no interface (Ethernet and RS485) when customers place
their order. This section is about how to install the interface board.
1. Open the interface cover
2. Unscrew 2 screws on the
plate.
3.Take out the plate.
4.There is a slot for the interface
board
6. Insert the Interface Board
into the slot.
7. Put the plate back and screw.
8.3
5. This is the Interface board.
RF Kit Interface Add On
8.3.1 All Models Except Hanging Type
1. Open top cover, loosen 3
screws and disconnect flat
cable for Interface Assembly.
2. Connect flat cable to RF Kit
Interface and mount RF Kit to
scale using same screws.
3. Connect wire back on main
board and then cover back top
cover.
4. Insert the PCMCIA card
upside down.
Note: After install the RF Interface, please refer Chapter 6.3 Wireless Configuration For Model SM 300.
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8.3.2 Hanging Type
1. Loosen 4 screws on top of
the scale to remove the top
cover.
2. Loosen 2 screws as indicated
to remove the Ethernet
Interface.
3. Solder wire to Ethernet
Interface Board. Solder the RED
wire (+ve) at Pin 1 and the
BLACK wire (-ve) at Pin 3.
4. This is after the Ethernet
Interface Board rework.
5. Fixing back Ethernet Interface
Board using same screws.
6. The RF Interface Kit, which to
be mounted to SM300 Hanging.
7. Fixing the RF Interface at the
opposite side of the Ethernet
Interface Board with 1 screw.
8. Connect this connector for
the power.
9. Plug-in the Ethernet cable to
the Ethernet socket.
10. Arranging the wire properly
11. Insert the RF Card follow the
12. Fixing back the top cover
using the cramp as indicate.
arrow direction.
using same screws.
Note: After install the RF Interface, please refer Chapter 6.3 Wireless Configuration For Model SM 300.
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8.4
Change of Cable
1. The new 2 connectors use in
SM300 Self-Service instead of old
connectors.
2. Connect the 2 wires to the main
board accordingly, and then
connect the black connector
together.
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9. MISCELLANEOUS
9.1
Error
No.
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
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Error Messages
Error Message
Causes
PAPER END
PLEASE PRESS FEED KEY
PLEASE PEEL LABEL
CHANGE LABEL SWITCH
CHANGE RECEIPT SWITCH
NON PRINT
UNIT PRICE OVERFLOW
TOTAL PRICE OVERFLOW
NON LABEL
INSUFFICIENT SPACE
NON ADVERTISEMENT
READ FILE
NON SHOP NAME
PRINTER HEAD NO CLOSE
WRITE FILE
NO MEMORY
FILE DELETE ERROR
PLEASE REMOVE WEIGHT
PLU NOT EXIST
TOTAL PRICE = 0
WEIGH ITEM
CANNOT USE IN PRE-PACK
PRESET KEY NOT SET
WEIGHT OVERFLOW
NEGATIVE TOTAL PRICE
TOTAL PRICE OVERFLOW
ILLEGAL OPERATION
QUANTITY = 0
PLEASE SET TARE VALUE
KEY INVALID
NUMBER INVALID
EXCEED MAX LIMIT
SIZE INVALID
MAIN GROUP NOT EXIST
PLU INVALID
DEPARTMENT NOT EXIST
TAX FILE NOT EXIST
CLERK NOT EXIST
PLEASE PRESS PLU KEY
DATE INVALID
TIME INVALID
FUNCTION NOT EXIST
KEY NOT ASSIGN
KEY ALREADY ASSIGNED
LOGO NOT EXIST
LABEL INVALID
PLU NOT AVAILABLE
DATA INVALID
QUANTITY OVERFLOW
NO LINK
SYSTEM ERROR
Label sensor sense no label. No more labels. Replace label roll.
Label miss feed, press FEED key to align label.
Peel sensor activated, remove label away from sensor.
Remove cassette and set cassette switch to Label.
Remove cassette and set cassette switch to Receipt.
No manual printing.
Please check unit price
Accumulated total price is overflow, check unit price.
No free format is programs. Set a free format or use standard format.
Not enough printing place.
No such advertisement data or number exists.
Read file errors. Memory problem. Please clear the memory.
No such shop name data or number exists.
Thermal head no closed. Please close thermal head.
Write file errors. Memory problem. Please clear the memory
Not enough memory. Expand memory or delete unnecessary data.
Delete file errors. Memory problem.
Fixed price item, please remove weigh.
No such PLU data or number exists.
No total price for item. Unit price or weight is 0.
Multiplication key cannot use for weigh PLU.
Accumulation is not allowed in Pre-pack mode.
Preset key does not have any preset function or PLU.
Weight over maximum capacity when print.
After discount, total price is negative. Check discount setting.
Total price over the limit to display or print.
Operation procedure is incorrect, please check procedure.
Cannot print when quantity is 0. Please enter a quantity value.
When force tare is enable, a tare weight must be entered.
Key pressed had no function or invalid in certain function.
Only input number or number input is not in the function.
Max. number of characters reach.
No such character size exists. Check the downloaded files.
No such Main Group data or number exists.
No such PLU data when copy PLU.
No such Department data or number exists.
No such Tax data or number exists.
No such Clerk data or number exists.
Press PLU (#) key. To save data in some procedure.
Date is not in standard format. Please enter correct date format.
Time is not in standard format. Please enter correct time format.
No such function exists. Check SPEC.
Preset key data to be deleted do not exist.
Preset key already been assigned with function or PLU.
No such logo data or number exists.
No such label data.
No such PLU data when scanner is use to scan PLU no.
U1 only. Quantity setting incorrect when using FOR.
Quantity data over the limit.
No acknowledge from FL-1 when sending or receiving data.
Error when files sending to and receiving from FL-1
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88
89
90
91
VERIFY ERROR
TIME ERROR
BELOW MIN WEIGHT
REC CHOSEN USED IN MG
REC CHOSEN USED IN PLU
ACC PRICE OVERFLOW
ACC QUANTITY OVERFLOW
PLEASE SET LABEL QTY
NOT PREPACK MODE
GRAND TOTAL OVERFLOW
ORG PRICE OVERFLOW
INGREDIENT NOT EXIST
SPECIAL MSG NOT EXIST
TEXT NOT EXIST
CLERK ASSIGN
NO PRINT AREA
USER INGRE NOT EXIST
INSUFF ADVERT SPACE
DISCOUNT PRICE INVALID
PRINT INHIBITED
ORG UPRICE OVERFLOW
PLACE NOT EXIST
SELF SERVICE MODE
OFF LINE
TIME OUT
PLACE INSUFF SPACE
NO ITEM CODE
IMAGE NOT EXIST
EXCESS DATA
WEIGHT TOO LIGHT
WEIGHT TOO HEAVY
CLEAR ACCUMULATION
Error when verifying files with FL-1.
Date and time invalid when printing. Reset date and time.
Weight is below min weight set when printing.
The record to be deleted is used by main group.
The record to be deleted is used by PLU data.
Accumulated price over the limit.
Accumulated quantity over the limit.
Set print label quantity when the function is use.
Some functions only valid in Pre-pack mode.
Grand total price over the limit.
Original price over the limit when discount is use.
No such ingredient data or number exists.
No such special message data or number exists.
No such text data or number exists.
Clerk already assigned. Please choose another clerk.
No print area on label for some function like text, ingredient etc.
No such user ingredient data or number exists.
No enough print area to print advertisement.
Target price not reach for Fixed Price discount.
Cannot print weigh item at Pre-pack mode.
Original unit price over the limit when discount in use.
No place of production data or number exists.
Can only use Self-service procedure only.
Client cannot connect with Server.
Time out error.
Data of place of location print area not enough.
Using of function key-Item code
No such image data or number exists.
No such data to be correct when correction of data.
Weigh check function.
Weigh check function.
Clerk accumulation not close when clearing transaction in floating
clerk.
POINT AND SHOP
Can only use Point And Shop procedure only.
SCROLL MSG NOT EXIST
No such scroll message data or number exists.
SCROLL SEQ NOT EXIST
No such scroll sequence data or number exists.
SCROLL SEQUENCE IN USE Scroll sequence already been use. Choose another sequence.
REC CHOSEN USE IN SCSQ The scroll message data is in used in the scroll sequence.
CLERK FILE FULL
Maximum number of clerk use.
CLERK IN USE
Calling the same clerk same time when in floating clerk.
ETHERNET COM. ERROR
Server down. Check wire and sever scale.
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9.2
Table of Characters Code
9.2.1 ASCII Characters
The table shown below is the common use of characters of ASCII code in HEX value. Please enter the hex
value when entering commodity name, advertisement, shop name, clerk name, special message, ingredient,
text etc. when using the SM 300 BENCH TYPE.
K
L
J
I
18
19
1A
1B
SP
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
-
.
/
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
^
_
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5E
5F
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
Ç
ü
é
â
ä
à
ç
ê
ë
è
Ä
80
81
82
83
84
85
87
88
89
8A
8E
É
æ
Æ
ô
ö
ù
Ö
Ü
£
ƒ
90
91
92
93
94
97
99
9A
9C
9F
á
í
ó
ú
ñ
Ñ
Ĕ
C°
ã
Δ
ρ
χ
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A9
AA
AC
AD
AE
AF
Ë
≠
Œ
œ
½
ĉ
Á
À
Ů
Ó
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B9
BD
Â
Ã
C1
C7
Ê
È
Í
D2
D4
D6
β
Ô
õ
Õ
Ú
E1
E2
E4
E5
E9
±
≥
≤
F1
F2
F3
REMARK:
Left Right
€
€
F4
F5
§
°
F6
F8
1. The small letter only can print at label but cannot print at receipt
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9.2.2 TERAOKA Code
The table shown below is the common use of characters of TERAOKA code in numerical value. Please enter
the numerical value when entering commodity name, advertisement, shop name, clerk name, special message,
ingredient, text etc. when using the SM 300 BENCH TYPE.
9.3
Space
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
,
.
-
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
@
!
”
#
$
%
&
/
(
)
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
’
<
>
+
:
½
À
Â
È
Ê
50
58
59
69
72
73
77
78
79
80
É
Ô
Ç
?
→
←
81
82
83
96
97
98
Wire and Connector
9.3.1 ETHERNET WIRE - STRAGHT CABLE AND CROSSOVER CABLE
Straight cable is for Client / Server connection. Crossover cable is for Hub-to-Hub connection. (Some models of
the Hub do not need crossover cable for Hub-to-Hub connection. Please refer to the Hub operation manual if in
doubt)
Telephone Modular Plug (Category 5)
Preferable type: CviLux
Preferable type :
CviLux CJP3 / CviLux CJP4 (with insert bar)
CABLE TYPE
Cable type : 4 pair 100MHz Cat.5 AWG 24 or 26 UTP / FTP / STP.
Preferable type : Cat. 5 AWG 24 or 26 FTP / Cat. 5 AWG 24 or 26 STP
(Recommended for CISPR 22B conformance)
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PIN CONFIGURATION
CROSSOVER CONNECTION
SCALE / HUB
SCALE / HUB
PIN SIGNAL
SIGNAL PIN
1
TX+
TX+
3
2
TXTX6
3
RX+
RX+
1
6
RXRX2
5,7,8
N.A.
N.A.
5,7,8
STRAIGHT CONNECTION
SCALE
HUB
PIN SIGNAL
SIGNAL PIN
1
TX+
TX+
1
2
TXTX2
3
RX+
RX+
3
6
RXRX6
5,7,8
N.A.
N.A.
5,7,8
9.3.2 RS232C AND MULTIDROP (4 LINE, RS485) WIRE
CONNECTOR
9 Pin D-Sub Connector
Female (Back View)
25 Pin D-Sub Connector
Female (Back View)
9 Pin D-Sub Connector
Male (Back View)
25 Pin D-Sub Connector
Male (Back View)
8 Pin DIN Plug
Male (Front View)
8 Pin Din Plug
Female (Front View)
3 Pin Din Plug
Female (Front View)
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PC (9 PIN) TO LCU 401
(FOR PC to LCU 401 communication)
9 Pin D-Sub (Female)
Pin
Signal
1
CD
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
CI
25 Pin D-Sub (Male)
Signal
Pin
CD
8
RXD
3
TXD
2
DTR
20
GND
7
DSR
6
RTS
4
CTS
5
CI
22
PC (25 PIN) TO LCU 401
(For PC to LCU 401 communication)
25 Pin D-Sub (Female)
Pin
Signal
2
TXD
3
D
4
RTS
5
CTS
6
DSR
7
GND
8
CD
20
DTR
22
CI
25 Pin D-Sub (Male)
Signal
Pin
TXD
2
RXD
3
RTS
4
CTS
5
DSR
6
GND
7
CD
8
DTR
20
CI
22
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SCALE TO SCALE
(For LCU 401 to scale and scale-to-scale communication)
9 Pin D-Sub (Male)
Pin
Signal
1
IN
2
IN
3
OUT
4
OUT
5 to 8
N.C.
9
GND
9 Pin D-Sub (Male)
Signal
Pin
IN
1
IN
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
N.C.
5 to 8
GND
9
** REMARK:
Please solder the FG (Film Ground) of the cable to the metal casing of the connector for more isolation to noise.
PC (25 PIN) TO SCALE RS232C PORT
(For PC and PC FL-1 communication)
25 Pin D-Sub (Female)
Pin
Signal
2
TXD
3
RXD
7
GND
4
RTS
5
CTS
8
CD
6
DSR
20
DTR
8 Pin DIN plug (Male)
Signal
Pin
RXD
4
TXD
5
GND
2
RTS
6
CTS
7
DSR
3
PC (9 PIN) TO SCALE RS232C PORT
(For PC and PC FL-1 communication)
9 Pin D-Sub (Female)
Pin
Signal
3
TXD
2
RXD
5
GND
7
RTS
8
CTS
1
CD
6
DSR
8 Pin DIN plug (Male)
Signal
Pin
RXD
4
TXD
5
GND
2
RTS
6
CTS
7
DSR
3
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4
DTR
10. ExplodedView
10.1
Pole Type
Platter
Platter Support
Interface Cover
Housing
Cassette
Cover
Pole Display
Load Cell
Assembly
Main Board
Interface Board
Base
Cassette
Assembly
Power Supply
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10..2 Bench Type
Platter
Platter Support
Interface Cover
Housing
Cassette
Cover
Load Cell
Assembly
Main Board
LCD Display
Interface Board
Base
Cassette
Assembly
Power Supply
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10.3
Elevated Type
Platter
Platter Support
Interface Cover
Housing
Cassette
Cover
Elevated
Display
Pole
Load Cell
Assembly
Main Board
Interface Board
Base
Cassette
Assembly
Power Supply
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10.4
Self-Service Type
Platter
Platter Support
Interface Cover
Cassette
Cover
Housing
Load Cell
Assembly
Main Board
Interface Board
Cassette
Assembly
Base
Power Supply
90
Self-service
Preset-key
Display Pole
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10.5
Hanging Type
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11. REVISIONRECORDS
Serial
no.
001
002
Date
18Jan
Mar’02
Rev.
Status
Description of Changes
00
01
Safety Precaution – Included Cautions
Continuous Page Number have been changed (e.g.
5–4) Stand for Chapter 5 Page 4
SM300 Service Manual 2nd Edition – Included
SM300 BS and SM300H
Page 1-1, 1-2 – SM300BS, SM300H information
added and Flash memory changed.
Page 2-8 – Hanging Information added
Page 3-2 – Hanging Information added
Page 4-2 – Adding Header for hardware testing
Page 5-3 to 5-7 – Hanging Information added
Page 7-1 to 7-5 – Updated
Page 9-1 to 9-8 – Updated
Software
Version
Remarks
V1.99
Edition 1
V2.47
Edition 2
APPENDIX
Exploded View – Updated
Block Diagram – Updated
Circuit Diagram – Updated
Specification List – Updated
Actual Display Layout as shown below
003
Feb’03
02
Page 4-4 & 4-5 – Show the TEST CONNECTOR at
the section, respectively.
Page 4-10 – New printer kit information added.
Page 5-2 – Interface Bracket Changed (Photos)
Page 5-2 – Whole Printer Kit (Drawer) Changed
(Photos)
Page 5-3 – Printer Thermal Head Changed (Photos)
Page 6-7 to 6-8 – Server IP Address information
added.
Page 6-9 – Subnet Mask information added
Page 6-13 – Wireless Configuration information
added.
Page 7-1 – WinDload ver2.10 information instead of
WinDload ver2.04
Page 7-5 – Country Selection add in before start
perform downloading.
Page 8-2 & 8-3 – RF Kit Interface Add On information
added (all models).
V14.84
Edition 3
V14.84
Edition 4
APPENDIX
1. Both Block Diagram & Circuit Diagram have
been removed
2. Add 20 New Specs in Customer Spec (Rezero
141)
3. Add 3 New Spec in W&M Spec (Rezero 142)
[Tahoma Font] used in 4th Edition and above.
004
Apr’03
03
Most of the drawings shown in the SERVICE
MANUAL are replacing by scanned images.
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005
July’05
04
006
Sept ‘06
05
Page 1-2 – Display Device [LCD 5358 SYBYTNZ-T]
instead of [IDW RD747SG-LG]
Page 1-2 – Thermal Head [Kyocera KYT-56-8MPP1TRS2] instead of [Kyocera KYT-56-8MPP1-TRS]
Page 1-2 – DC Stepping Motor [23LM-C035-K54V]
Instead of [Minebea 17PM-K448-G5V]
Page 1-2 – Power Supply [ZD75-0524/1] Instead of
[ZD75-0524]
Page 5-2 – Disassembly Pole Display Unit information
added
Page 5-4 – Disassembly Self-Service Key Board &
Display Unit information added.
Page 8-4 – Chapter 8.4 added – Self-Service cable
changed.
Revision up Spec List
Updated the Hook AA and Hook Holder dimension &
drawing. Change the scale Ethernet Address code.
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Edition 5
V18.49
Edition 6
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