CL5000 Series
CL5000 Series
(CL5000, CL5500)
Service Manual
(English)
Rev. 2010. 06. 25
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Table of Contents
1. Proper Operation ............................................................................................................................................. 5
1.1
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................... 5
1.2
Model and Specificationl ................................................................................................................ 6
1.3
Environmental Conditions & Safety ..................................................................................................... 7
1.4 Leveling and Footer Location .............................................................................................................. 8
1.5
Power Outlet and Requirements ........................................................................................................ 11
2. Classification ................................................................................................................................................. 13
2.1
Scale Overview ................................................................................................................................... 13
2.2
Display and Indicators ........................................................................................................................ 15
2.3
Printer ................................................................................................................................................. 17
2.4
Commuication ..................................................................................................................................... 20
2.5
Key Pad .............................................................................................................................................. 22
3. Getting Started ............................................................................................................................................ 24
3.1
Sealing Method ................................................................................................................................... 24
3.2
Installation of the Label Roll .............................................................................................................. 24
3.3 Turning Power On/Off .......................................................................................................................... 27
3.4
Program Menu and Tree .................................................................................................................... 28
3.4.1
How to access PROGRAM MODE ............................................................................................ 28
3.4.2 Program Menu Tree ................................................................................................................... 29
3.4.3
4.
Calibration Menu Tree ............................................................................................................. 31
Calibration Mode ......................................................................................................................................... 32
4.1
Calibration .......................................................................................................................................... 32
4.1.1 Span Calibration (Menu Code 8110) ........................................................................................... 34
4.1.2
Span/Zero Fine Adjust (Menu Code 8120) ............................................................................... 36
4.1.3
Capacity & Units (Menu Code 8130) ....................................................................................... 38
4.1.4 Gravity Constant (Menu Code 8140) ........................................................................................ 39
4.1.5
Percent Calibration (Menu Code 8150) .................................................................................... 40
4.1.6 Linearity Adjust (Menu Code 8160) ......................................................................................... 41
4.1.7
Zero & Tare Setting (Menu Code 8170) .................................................................................. 42
4.2 Factory Setting (Menu Code 8180) .................................................................................................... 43
4.2.3
A/D Initialize (Menu Code 8183) .............................................................................................. 43
4.2.4 Linearity Fine Adjust (Menu Code 8184) ................................................................................. 44
4.2.5 Hysteresys Calibration (Menu Code 8185) ................................................................................ 45
4.3
Memory Clear ..................................................................................................................................... 47
4.3.1
Clear Report (Menu Code 8211) .............................................................................................. 47
4.3.2
Clear All PLU (Menu Code 8212)............................................................................................. 47
4.3.3
Clear All Table (Menu Code 8213) .......................................................................................... 47
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4.3.4 Flash All Clear (Menu Code 8214) ........................................................................................... 47
4.4
Scale Type .......................................................................................................................................... 48
4.5
Printer Hardware ................................................................................................................................ 49
4.5.1
Print Mode (Menu Code 8310) ................................................................................................. 49
4.5.2 Label/Ticket Size (Menu Code 8320) ...................................................................................... 49
4.5.3
Sensor Calibration (Menu Code 8330) ..................................................................................... 50
4.5.4
Sensor & Motor (Menu Code 8340) ......................................................................................... 50
4.5.5
Print Intensity (Menu Code 8350) ............................................................................................ 50
4.5.6
Adjust Feed Length (Menu Code 8360) ................................................................................... 50
4.5.7 Label Pre-print (Menu Code 8370).......................................................................................... 50
4.5.8
4.6
Printer Initialize (Menu Code 8380) ......................................................................................... 50
Network Options................................................................................................................................. 51
5.6.1
4.7
Enable Interface (Menu Code 8410) ........................................................................................ 51
Self Test ............................................................................................................................................. 51
4.7.1 Display Test (Menu Code 8510) .............................................................................................. 51
4.7.2
A/D Test (Menu Code 8520) .................................................................................................... 51
4.7.3 Keyboard Test (Menu Code 8530) ........................................................................................... 52
4.7.4
Chess Print (Menu Code 8540) ................................................................................................ 53
4.7.5
Printer Sensor Test (Menu Code 8550) ................................................................................... 53
4.7.6
Memory Information (Menu Code 8560) .................................................................................. 54
4.7.7 Firmware Version (Menu Code 8570) ...................................................................................... 54
5.
Servicing & Parts Replacement .................................................................................................................. 55
5.1
Platform Safety Overload Adjustment ............................................................................................... 57
5.2
Removing the Upper Case.................................................................................................................. 59
5.3
Main board Replacement .................................................................................................................... 62
5.4
Power Supply Replacement ................................................................................................................ 63
5.5
Load Cell & AD Converter Replacement ........................................................................................... 65
5.6
Print Assembly Replacement ............................................................................................................. 67
5.7
Display Replacement .......................................................................................................................... 68
5.8 Keyboard Replacement A,B(with/without breaking sealing) ............................................................. 69
6.
7.
Installing Options ......................................................................................................................................... 71
6.1
Installing Ethernet Card ..................................................................................................................... 71
6.2
Installing Wireless Lan Card .............................................................................................................. 72
6.3
Installing Memory Expension Card .................................................................................................... 72
Update ......................................................................................................................................................... 73
7.1 F/W update (CL5000) ......................................................................................................................... 73
7.2 F/W update (CL5500) ......................................................................................................................... 75
8.
Schematic & Diagrams ................................................................................................................................ 76
8.1.1
System Block Diagram (CL5000-B,P,R,G,S,H) .............................................................................. 76
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9.
8.1.2
System Block Diagram (CL5500-D) ............................................................................................... 77
8.2.1
Connection Diagram (CL5000-B,P,R,G,S,H) ................................................................................... 78
8.2.1
Connection Diagram (CL5500-D) ................................................................................................... 79
8.3
I/O Pin Connection (CL5000-B,P,R,G,S,H) ........................................................................................ 80
8.3
I/O Pin Connection (CL5500-D) .................................................................................................. 81
Exploded Views ........................................................................................................................................... 82
9.1
Scale Assy (B,P,R,G-type) ................................................................................................................. 82
9.2
Scale Assy (H-type)........................................................................................................................... 84
9.3
Body Assy (B,P,R,G-type) ................................................................................................................. 85
9.4
Body Assy (H-type) ........................................................................................................................... 86
9.5
Platform (B,P,R,G-type) ..................................................................................................................... 87
9.6
Main Frame (H-type) ......................................................................................................................... 88
9.7
I.O cover (H-Type) ............................................................................................................................ 89
9.8
Upper Case ......................................................................................................................................... 90
9.9
Pole display (R-type) ......................................................................................................................... 91
9.10
Pole display (P-type) ....................................................................................................................... 92
9.11
Pole display (G-type) ....................................................................................................................... 93
9.12
Printer Assembly .............................................................................................................................. 94
9.13
Printer Header Assemble ................................................................................................................. 95
9.14
Cartridge ........................................................................................................................................... 96
9.15
Tray assembly (B,P,R,G-type) ........................................................................................................ 97
9.16
Tray assembly (H-type) .................................................................................................................. 98
9.17
Lan card ............................................................................................................................................ 99
9.18
Self-service Type .......................................................................................................................... 100
9.19 Double Body Type – (Head cover A’ssy) ........................................................................................ 101
9.20 Double Body Type – (Cartridge A’ssy) ............................................................................................ 102
9.21 Double Body Type – (Base bracket A’ssy) ...................................................................................... 103
9.22 Double Body Type – (Door A’ssy) ................................................................................................... 104
9.22 Double Body Type – (Head A’ssy) ................................................................................................... 105
9.23 Double Body Type – (Tray A’ssy) ................................................................................................... 106
9.24 Double Body Type – (Upper A’ssy) ................................................................................................. 107
9.25 Double Body Type – (Platform A’ssy) ............................................................................................. 108
9.26 Double Body Type – (Body A’ssy) ................................................................................................... 109
10.
Part List ................................................................................................................................................... 110
10.1
Electronic ....................................................................................................................................... 110
10.2
Mechnical ........................................................................................................................................ 110
11. Revision ..................................................................................................................................................... 111
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1. Proper Operation
1.1
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the CAS CL5000 series price computing printer scale.
We have designed
this equipment with advanced features, high quality construction, and user-friendly menu driven
programming. We are confident that you will find the CAS CL5000 series scale will meet all of your
most demanding needs.
Sales data is easily acquired through many of the available reports which are quickly accessible
through the on-screen menus. Also available: High speed printer (4 inch per second), 53 preset keys
(106 using the SHIFT key or double click) per department, and several operation modes that enable
you to control & access to the scale.
For larger operations, CL5000 series has in-store network that can link-up to 32 scales. RS-232
port, ethernet port, and wireless connection enable to export and import program data for time-save
mangement. On-time operation possible because of PLU and all other data files are kept locally in
each scale’ s memory bank; the scale’ s speed is the same as a stand-alone unit in a network.
The CL5000 series can use with both ticket and label. Auto measuring system enhances use any
types of roll paper. (Just entering a label’ s length and width dimensions, you can use practically any
roll) Also cartridge loading mechanism helps to refill the label roll easyly. Also you can print logos,
templates, Nutri-Facts panels, ingredient messages, advertisement lines, and more to promots your
store.
Remember, for proper installation and maintenance please read the CL5000 series Manual before
use.
A wide variety of supplies, accessories, and expansion options are available through CAS
Corporation for whatever your new and increasing demands may require
The CL5000 series also comes with the SP-2 software package.
This software runs on any PC
using the 95/98/2000/XP Windows OS. You can design your own label formats on your computer
screen and save them to your hard drive.
appear exactly on the printer.
pricing, PLU programming, etc.
With this percise interface, the labels you see on-screen
You can also manage all of the CL5000’ s programs and options like
You can upload data from a CL5000 series or download data. This is
ideal solution for an emergency scale backup system.
All this and many more features are packed
into the SP-2 software package. SP-2 software package enhances your business next level.
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1.2
Model and Specificationl
Model
CL5000 Series
Capacity
6Kg
15Kg
30Kg
15lb
30 lb
60lb
Interval
1g/2g
2g/5g
5g/10g
0.002lb/ 0.005lb
0.005lb/0.01lb
0.01lb/0.02lb
Max Tare
-2.999Kg
-5.998Kg
-9.995Kg
-5.998lb
-9.995lb
-29.99lb
Display
B,P,R,S,H-Type
24 digit VFD + Graphic LCD
G-Type
Graphic LCD
D-Type
25 digit LCD + Graphic LCD
Tare: 4 digit
Weight: 5 digit
Weight: 5 digit
Unit Price: 6 digit
Total Price : 6 digit
Total Price : 7 digit
Zero Pass Range
1~50% (default 10%)
Re-Zero Range
1~50% (default 2%)
Overload Range
Max Capa. ~ Max Capa. + 255d (default Max+9d)
A/D Conversion Rate
Measurement type
Platter type
Approx. 8/sec
Load cell
SUS
PLU Key : 48,
Key
B-Type
Speed Key
Function Key: 36
PLU Key : 96
PLU Key : 72,
PLU Key : 72,
P,R,G,
Function Key: 36
Function Key: 40
H-Type
PLU Key : 144
Printing Resolution
Label Size
Barcode Type
D-Type
PLU Key : 144
(SELF-SERVICE : 100)
PLU
1~99999
3000
Ingredient 510 Char
1~999
999
user defined Barcode Format
1~99
99
Department
1~99
99
Tax Type
1~9
9
Group
1~99
99
Data Table
Report
Unit Price: 6 digit
Clerk
1~99
99
Discount
-
99
Origin
1~499
499
Traceability
1~99
99
Slaughter House
1~99
99
Cutting Hall
1~99
99
Traceability Country
1~99
99
Label Format
Default :45, User:20
Bitmap
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14
Customer
1~99
99
Quantity Symbol
1~8
8
Scroll Message
1~9
9
Pay Type
0~8
8
Sales Message
1~99
99
Nutrifact
1~500
500
Tare Table
1~99
99
Currency
1~4
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X1/X2, Z1/Z2, Scale, PLU, Misc. PLU, Group, Department, Hourly, Clerk Report
202 dpi
Width: 40mm ~ 60mm,
Length: 30mm ~ 120mm
EAN13, EAN13A5, EAN8, I2OF5, UPCA, UPC13, CODE39, CODE93, CODE128, CODABAR,
Offer varoius sizes of label format, e.g Small, Middle, Large Size, and on the label format, also offers
Font
varioous types of fonts, such as Italic,Bold,Underline,Throgh Line, Double through line, Reverse,shadow,
outline etc.
Printer Type
Dimensions
Direct Thermal Print
B-Type
408 x 432 x 173 mm
P,R-Type
408 x 493 x 542 mm
H-Type
423 x 174 x 822 mm
D-TYPE
464 x 396 X 612
B,P,R TYPE Tray : 382 x 247 mm
H TYPE : 420 x 250
D TYPE : 380 x 270 mm
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1.3
Environmental Conditions & Safety
1) Please avoid the following hostile conditions
ƒ
Temperatures below or exceeding:
ƒ
Ungrounded electrical outlet
-10° C ~ 40° C (14° F ~ 104° F)
ƒ
Excessive vibration
ƒ
Unstable or flimsy surface
ƒ
Wind or fans functioning in direct
ƒ
Shared electrical outlet
contact with weighing platform.
2)
ƒ
Direct sunlight
ƒ
Dust or dirt
ƒ
High humidity
ƒ
Poor ventilation
Environmental Protection
The scale should be installed in a dry and liquid free environment. When the scale is installed in
a high humidity or wet-type environment, be sure to avoid spilling or spraying directly on any
surface of the scale.
3)
Personal Safety
It is very important to be aware of personal safety whenever maintaining or operating this
equipment. We have tried to place warning labels and other indicators at the actual location on
the equipment where the danger is most likely to occur. Warnings and cautions that are
necessary for the safe operation of the scale are contained in this manual.
Please, make sure
to read carefully ALL warnings and cautions before operating the scale.
4) Observe the following safety precautions
ƒ
Shut the scale OFF and unplug the scale whenever you are changing the label roll or whenever
working in the printer bay.
ƒ
The outlet that the scale is plugged into, should be properly grounded.
ƒ
Whenever connecting or disconnecting ANY cables from the scale, be sure to hold the cables by
the end connector. Failure to do so may cause a short circuit.
ƒ
Maintain a static-free work area.
ƒ
The outlet used must have the proper voltage ratings.
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1.4
Leveling and Footer Location
1) Location
This scale must be placed on a flat and stable surface.
Please keep the scale away from the
direct path of oscillating fans, ventilation systems, or strong drafts as these air disturbances can
be picked-up by the scale’ s very sensitive weighing platform and may cause incorrect weight
readings.
1.1) General Footer
Factory setting (Footer location is following picture)
CL5000 Series
CL5500-D
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1.2) Short Case Footer
Unscrow the footer and place in center hole for narrow place.
2) Leveling
If the scale is not properly leveled, please adjust the 4 adjustable legs at the bottom of the scale.
Turn the legs clockwise or counterclockwise so as to center the bubble of the leveling gauge
inside the indicated circle.
Turning the adjustable legs counter-clockwise (viewed from top of
scale) will lower that part of the scale.
Turning the adjustable legs clockwise (viewed from top of
scale) will raise that part of the scale. (See Fig.)
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1.5
Power Outlet and Requirements
Power Source : AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A
Power consumption : Max 90W
CL5000 series’s outlet is on bottom of scale.
RS232C
Power Outlet
Power Switch
CL5500-D
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The CL5000 series is designed to be used almost anywhere in the world! Like the many appliances
of today, the CL5000 series is designed with an automatically switching power supply. This allows
operation when connected to an AC source from 100V to 240V at 50/60Hz with 5% tolerance.
NOTE: Please make sure that the power lines used for the CL5000 series are dedicated lines with
No high-noise devices (such as compressors, motors, etc) running on it.
Also, make sure that the wiring to the electrical socket is correct.
If you are uncertain as to the state of your work’ electrical lines,
please contact a certified electrician.) Once you are sure as to the safety of the electrical
line, make sure to ONLY plug the scale into a 3- prong outlet.
The third prong is a safety ground
and an electrician should properly wire this if it is not correct or if you are unsure. Failure to this CAN
result in electrical shock from use of this or any electronic scale.
3) Do not use any 3-prong to 2-prong adapters or break-off the third prong from the CLP power
cord.
4)
The third prong is necessary and must be properly connected.
If you have any problems or questions regarding this matter, make sure to contact the CAS
Service Department.
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2. Classification
2.1
Scale Overview
CL5000 has 4 differrnt type Standard Type, Pole Type(R,P), Hanging Type, Double body Type.
■ Standard Type
■ Pole Type R
■ Pole Type P
■ Hanging Type H
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■ Pole Type G
■ Self-service Type
■ Double body Type
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2.2
Display and Indicators
There is VFD, LCD(202x64) display on CL5000. VFD display indicates program tare, weight, unit price,
total price. Underbar inicates stable, net, zero, auto, save, prepack, D/C, shift, data transfer.
LCD display shows menu massages for program mode.
■ Type-I: 5/8/9
■ Type-II : 4/5/6/6
■ TYPE-III : CL5000-G
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■ TYPE-Ⅳ : CL5500-D
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■ Indicators
B, P, R, H - TYPE
ST
▶0▶
NET
AUTO
SAVE
PREPACK
D/C
SHIFT
TR
2.3
SYMBOLS
G - TYPE
ST
ZR
NET
AT
SV
PRK
DC
SH
TR
DESCRIPTION
D - TYPE
STABLE
▶0▶
NET
AUTO
SAVE
PREPACK
D/C
SH
M
Stable weight indicator
Zero weight indicator
Net weight indicator
Print Mode indicator
Auto clearing status indicator
Auto clearing status and Print mode indicator
Discount status indicator
Speed key shift status indicator
Data transmission status indicator
Master status indicator
S
Slave status indicator
Printer
•Cartridge type print mechanism
•High quality ROHM printer
head (50km/5x107pulses)
•Improved a rotating force by
using 2 independent motors
•Large compartment for 120mm
paper roll
•High speed at 100 mm/sec.
•5 speed ranges for paper roll
quality adjustment
•Supports Paper
•Labels,
•Continuous strip labels,
•Lineless paper
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CL5000-H
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CL5500-D
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2.4
Commuication
< CL5000 Series >
■ Standard
① RS232
②
P/S 2
③
Cash Drawer
■ Options
④
Ethernet cartrige
⑤
Wireless Ethernet cartrige
③ Cash Drawer
② P/S 2
① RS232
④ Ethernet Module
⑤ Wireless Ethernet Module
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<CL5500 Series>
■ Standard
① RS232
②
P/S 2
③
Cash Drawer
④
Ethernet
⑤ USB (Virtual COM)
■ Options
⑥
Wireless Ethernet Module
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2.5
Key Pad
Key pad is like following picture (This may change depands on contury)
■ Standard Type Keypad
■ Pole Type Keypad
■ Hanging Type Keypad
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Key pad is like following picture (This may change depands on contury)
■ Self-service Type Keypad
■ Doubody Type Keypad.
* Hot key and Undifine key setting reference Menu code 1880
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3. Getting Started
3.1 Sealing Method
3.2
Installation of the Label Roll
■ Label Specifications
Outer diameter of roll : 100mm
Inner diameter of roll : 40mm
Width of receipt roll : 40, 50, 60mm
Width of label roll : 60mm(MAX)
■ Print Area
Width of label : 60mm(MAX)
Length of label : 120mm(MAX)
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To install the label roll at ANY time you must follow the directions in this section:
1) Press the ON/OFF key and make sure that the display is completely off. Open the printer’ s sideaccess panel. (See fig.1)
CL5000
CL5500-D
2) Lift up TPH lever as fig 2.
CL5000
CL5500-D
3) Remove cartridge as fig. 3.
CL5000
CL5500-D
4) Remove Pick-Up Spool assembley and paper guide from the cartridge as fig. 4.
CL5000
CL5500-D
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5) Place the label in the scale as fig. 5
CL5000
CL5500-D
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6) Press the FEED key.
NOTE: For auto label calibration press FEED key two or three times
* If label position is not correct, you have to check the followings:
a. Label size (Label setting menu)
b. Feed Adjustment (Feed adjustment menu)
c. Senseor calibration (Sensor Calibration menu)
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3.3 Turning Power On/Off
When you turn on scale, display will
9999
999999
show 9 ~ 0 for self testing.
99999999
PROGRAM MODE
1. PLU
2. PLU Data Table I.
3. PLU Data Table II.
(1/3)
During each number and buzzer sound is processing following procedure.
Buzzer On Initial Port,Timer,UART(AD),CPLD,PrinterDriver,RTC
Printer Driver Start
Start Timer
Buzzer Off Flash Check,Set UART (AD) Baudrate
Initial
LCD,Display,Key,PS2
VFD “999999”
Init Serial, Check Caption Data
VFD “888888”
Init ADM,Check Memory Map
VFD “777777”
Check Network Parameter,
Load Global Parameter,Load Service Type
VFD “666666”
Check Network Flag,CAL mode
VFD “555555”
-
VFD “444444”
Init Ethernet Module
VFD “333333”
Init PLU_Data
VFD “222222”
Key Error Check -> Buz,Buz : Command Queue Init
VFD “111111”
Load Label Default, CheckAdInitStatus
VFD “000000”
Check Password,Logging BOOTTIME,NETSTART
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3.4
Program Menu and Tree
3.4.1 How to access PROGRAM MODE
You can see the Program Menu screen by pressing the MENU key.
The 2 numbers at top left (1/3) indicate the number of pages or screens. The number to the left of
the slash is the current page or screen number and the number to the right of the slash indicates
the total number of pages or screens.
You can use the Page Up and Page Down keys to navigate
from page to page, or you can use the Arrow keys to go through each page 1 line at a time.
(Screen 1 of 3)
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PROGRAM MODE
1. PLU
2. PLU Data Table I.
3. PLU Data Table II.
Menu code
Selectable menu.
(1/3)
If you want to select PLU
simply press 1.
If you press “Pg Dn” key, you can see other menu screens as below.
PROGRAM MODE
1. PLU
2. PLU Data Table I.
3. PLU Data Table II.
(1/3)
PROGRAM MODE
7. Print
8. Scale Configuration
9. Network Communication
(3/3)
PROGRAM MODE
4. Store Data Table
5. Global Setting
6. Report
(2/3)
The Screen capture of CL5000-G is as seen bellow
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3.4.2 Program Menu Tree
CODE
Menu
CODE Sub Menu
1100
PLU
1110
Change Price
1120
New/Edit
1120
1130
Discount
1131
New/Edit
1132
List
1133
Delete
1140
1200
PLU Table1
1150
List
1160
Speed Key
1170
Sample Printing
1210
Department
1220
Group
1230
Tax Rate
1240
Sales Message
1250
Origin
1260
Barcode
1270
Tare
1280
1300
1400
PLU Table2
Store Data Table
Global Setting
Ingredient
1320
Nutrition Facts
1330
Traceability
1340
Country
1350
Slaughter House
1360
Cutting Hall
1410
Store
1420
Customer
1430
Scroll Message
1440
Currency
1450
Job Batch Schedule
1460
Scanner
1141
Copy
1142
Delete
1137
Delete by PLU(DC)
1138
Delete by Dept(DC)
1139
Delete All
1147
Delete by PLU No.
1148
Delete by Dept. No.
1149
Delete All
1143
Move
1144
Inhibit
1145
PLU Sale Count
1431
Configuration
1432
Edit Scroll Message
1433
List Scroll Message
1531
Priority Setting
1532
Weight Discount
1533
Count Discount
1534
PCS Discount
1541
Set Global Tax
1542
Global Tax No.
Label Format Key Table
1510
Label Format
1520
Barcode
1530
Discount
1540
Sub Menu
Unit Symbol
1310
1470
1500
Management
CODE
Tax
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1600
Report
1610
1620
Z1 Report
1630
X2 Report
1640
1650
1700
Printing
Scale Config
1720
Markdown
1730
H/W Setting
Addup Total
1760
Ticket
Operation Mode
1830
Department
1840
Date/Time
1850
User/Security
Configuration
1880
Misc. PLU
1614
Group
1615
Department
1616
Hourly
1617
Clerk
1631
Scale
1632
PLU
1633
Misc. PLU
1634
Group
1635
Department
1636
Hourly
1637
Clerk
1731
Print Mode
1732
Label/Ticket Size
1733
Sensor Calibration
1734
Motor & Sensor
1735
Print Intensity
1736
Adjust Feed Length
1737
Label Preprint
1761
Select Ticket Item
1762
Select List Item
1763
Select Ticket Font Size
1851
New/Edit User
1852
Change Password
1853
List User
1854
Delete User
1855
Config Permission
1856
Clerk Key
1861
Display
1862
A/D
1863
Keypad
1864
Printer
1865
Printer Sensor
1866
Memory Information
1867
Firmware Version
1868
Communication
1871
Display
1872
Printing Oper
1873
Sale setup
1874
Clerk Logout
Sale Mode
1820
1870
PLU
1613
Serial Number Format
1750
1860
Scale
Clear All
Print inhibit
1810
1611
1612
Z2 Report
1710
1740
1800
X1 Report
Test
Scale Parameter
Function Key Define
30
1900
Communication
1910 Network Setting
1920
1911
Service Type
1912
DHCP
1913
IP
1914
Remote IP
1915
RS232C
1916
WLAN Setting
1917
WLAN Config
Application
1930
Scale Lock/Unlock
1940
Check Scale
1950 Backup to scale
3.4.3 Calibration Menu Tree
CODE
Menu
CODE
8100
Calibration
8110
Span Calibration
8120
Span/Zero Fine Adjust
8200
System Options
8130
Capacity & Units
8140
Gravity Constant
8150
Percent Calibration
8160
Linearity Adjust
8170
Zero & Tare Setting
8180
Factory Setting
8210
8220
8300
Printer Hardware
8400
Network Options
8500
Self Test
8600
Parameter Setting
Sub Menu
Clear Memory
CODE
Sub Menu
8181
Digital Filtering
8182
A/D Hardware Setting
8183
A/D Initialize
8184
Linearity Fine Adjust
8185
Hysteresis Calibration
8211
Clear Report
8212
Clear All PLU
8213
Clear All Table
8214
Flash All Clear
Scale Type
8310
Print Mode
8320
Label/Ticket Size
8330
Sensor Calibration
8340
Sensor & Motor
8350
Printer Intensity
8360
Adjust Feed Length
8370
Label Pre-print
8380
Printer Initialize
8410
Enable Interface
8510
Display Test
8520
A/D Test
8530
Keyboard Test
8540
Printer Test
8550
Printer Sensor Test
8560
Memory Information
8570
Firmware Version
8580
Cash Drawer Test
8600
[Parameter Setting Mode]
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4. Calibration Mode
4.1
Calibration
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration)
Execute Weight Calibration and A/D related settings
(Access Authorized CAS Tester only)
Open the tray and remove the calibration sealing.
(CAUATION: Lift the tray Right side first and unlock the left side)
Order to access calibration mode:
Insert a stick into the CAL switch. Switch power on, while pushing the CAL button.
NOTE: For Hanging type: Pull forward the bottom handle to open
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CL5500-D
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First page of Calibration mode
8000
CAL
ModE
CALIBRATION MODE
1. Calibration
2. System Options
3. Printer Hardware
(1/2)
4.1.1 Span Calibration (Menu Code 8110)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 1. Span Calibration)
*Requires set of certified weights. (For best result prepare 15kg/6kg (max) weights)
Display shows the amount of weight that you will need.
① Select “Span Calibration”
ULoAd
10730
(1/2)
10730
ZERO CALIBRATION
- Remove all weight.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(1/2)
10730
ZERO CALIBRATION
- Remove all weight.
- Press PRINT when ready.
② Empty tray and press “PRINT”
WAit4
10730
While calibrating zero display shows “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” and follow next message for Span
Calibration.
LoAd
0
10730
SPAN CALIBRATION
(2/2)
- Place 15.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
③ Put on the Weight for Max. Capacities then press “PRINT”
*Menu 8130 sets the max capacity for calibration.
WAit4
77407
88137
SPAN CALIBRATION
(2/2)
- Place 15.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
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Display shows “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” then following message
8100
CAL
ModE
CALIBRATION
1. Span Calibration
2. Span/Zero Fine Adjust
3. Capacity & Units
(1/3)
Error Message
* When tray is unstable during calibration process, following message appear.
WAit0
2776
2776
Cal Error – Unstable (0x01)
Press Any Key
* When calibration weight was too heavy or light, following message will appear.
- Calibration weight limits can re-adjust by menu 8182 “Cal Zero(Span) Max(Min) Range”
WAit0
1027
1027
Cal Error – Range Over (0x07)
Press Any Key
* When A/D failure is detected during Calibration following message will appear.
Please check the connector between main board and other controller.
WAit0
1027
1027
Cal Error – Wrong ADM (0xff)
Press Any Key
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4.1.2 Span/Zero Fine Adjust (Menu Code 8120)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 2. Span/Zero Fine Adjust)
This mode is for fine tuning of scale after span Cal. Please put Max weight on the tray and adjust
A/D results at 60000, using the cursor key “▶ ▶.” and Number key.
① Select menu “Span/Zero Fine Adjust”
8120
0
ⓐ Menu Code
ⓑ Internal Value
0
ⓒ External Value
(Weight)
SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
ZERO:[ 10730]
SPAN:[ 88133]
(1/1)
ⓓ Pure setting value of Zero & Span
* If ⓒ is not set to zero press “ ZERO” key. Value ⓓ will update.
② Put Max. Capacity weight on the tray
8120
60012
15005
SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
ZERO:[ 10730]
SPAN:[ 88133]
(1/1)
③ Use ▶ ▶ key for fine adjust.
* Insert setting value by cursor key (for the fine tune)
“▶” Increases Span value “ⓓ” to decrease Internal value “ⓑ”
“▶” Decreases Span value “ⓓ” to increase External value “ⓑ”
-
Internal value 60012 needs to change 60000
Press
8120
▶
X 12 Times to decrease internal value.
60000
15000
SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
ZERO:[ 10730]
SPAN:[ 88145]
(1/1)
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* Insert setting value by number key pad
- Set Span value: use curser key to highlight span value.
- Type estimate value using number key then press “TEST” key for results
# This process may take several times to set 60000.
During this process Max Capacity weight is needed for best result.
Ex) Input “88145” by keypad and press “TEST” key
8120
60000
15000
SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
ZERO:[ 10730]
SPAN:[ 88145]
(1/1)
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4.1.3 Capacity & Units (Menu Code 8130)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 3. Capacity & Units)
Set scale’s Weighing unit, capacity, Interval, Cal Unit.
Caution: Span calibration must take place after “Capacity & Units” setting.
Do not change setting after Span calibration.
1
Option
Setting Value
Weighing Unit
Setting Scale Unit
0 : kg
1 : lb
2:g
2
Capacity
Setting Scale Max Capacity
1 : 15 kg / 30 lb
2 : 30 kg / 60 lb
3
Interval
Setting Usage of Multi-interval
0 : Single Interval
1 : Dual Interval
4
Cal Unit
Setting Calibration Weighing unit
0 : kg
1 : lb
* This setting uses in Span Calibration,
Percent Calibration, Linearity Adjust.
8130
CAL
ModE
CAPACITY & UNITS
Weighing Unit:[0] 0)kg 1)lb 2)g
Capacity :[1] 1)15kg
Interval :[1] 0)Single 1)Dual
(1/2)
CAPACITY & UNITS
Cal Unit
:[0] 0)kg 1)lb
(2/2)
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4.1.4 Gravity Constant (Menu Code 8140)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 4. Gravity Constant)
CL-5000 scale enables to calibrate in any country. You can set according to country standard
gravity constant data. For case of full recalibration set the factory gravity first and then local area
gravity code.
(For span calibration Local gravity value is automatically matches with Factory gravity value)
8140
CAL
ModE
GRAVITY CONSTANT
Factory Gravity
:[9.8024]
Local Gravity
:[9.7814]
(1/1)
Use the following table to determine the proper G-Constant for your area.
Country
City
G-Constant
Country
City
G-Constant
Argentina
Buenos Aires
9.7979
Mexico
Mexico City
9.7799
Australia
Sydney
9.7979
Morocco
Rabat
9.7964
Austria
Vienna
9.8099
Netherlands
Amsterdam
9.8129
Belgium
Brussels
9.8114
New Zealand
Wellington
9.8039
Belize
Manamah
9.7904
Norway
Oslo
9.8189
Bolivia
La Paz
9.7844
Panama
Panama City
9.7814
Brazil
Brasilia
9.7889
Peru
Lima
9.7829
Canada
Montreal
9.8069
Philippines
Manila
9.7844
Ottawa
9.8069
Poland
Swider
9.8159
Toronto
9.8054
Portugal
Lisbon
9.8009
Vancouver
9.8099
Rumania
Bucharest
9.8054
Check Republic
Prague
9.8114
Saudi Arabia
Riyad
9.7904
Chile
Santiago
9.7979
Scotland
Stockholm
9.8189
China
Hong Kong
9.8099
Singapore
Singapore
9.7814
Colombia
Bogota
9.7799
South Africa
Johannesburg
9.7919
Costa Rica
San Jose
9.7829
Spain
Madrid
9.8024
Cypress
Nicosia
9.7979
Switzerland
Bern
9.8084
Denmark
Copenhagen
9.8159
Taiwan
Taipei
9.7904
Ecuador
Quito
9.7724
Tunisia
Tunis
9.7799
Finland
Helsinki
9.8189
Turley
Ankara
9.8024
Germany
Dusseldorf
9.8129
Uruguay
Montevideo
9.7964
Great Britain
London
9.8144
USA
Anchorage
9.8189
Greece
Athens
9.8009
Atlanta
9.7964
Guatemala
Guatemala
9.7844
Boston
9.8039
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Hungary
Budapest
9.8069
Chicago
9.8024
Indonesia
Djakarta
9.7814
Dallas
9.7949
Iraq
Baghdad
9.7964
Detroit
9.8039
Japan
Mishima
9.7979
Los Angeles
9.7979
Korea
Seoul
9.7994
New York
9.8024
Kuwait
Kuwait
9.7919
Philadelphia
9.8024
Lebanon
Beirut
9.7964
San Francisco
9.7994
Mauritius
Port Louis
9.7859
Caracas
9.7829
Venezuela
NOTE: The G-Constant is the acceleration of gravity in meters per second per second.
4.1.5 Percent Calibration (Menu Code 8150)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 5. Percent Calibration)
When the case you don’t have max weight for calibration. Percent Calibration enables to use
lighter weight.
8150
CAL
ModE
PERCENT CALIBRATION
Use Weight
:[15] kg
Full Capa Weight:15.000 kg
(1/1)
① For 5kg weight, input “5”key and press “print”
ULoAd
10731
10731
ZERO CALIBRATION(1/2)
- Remove all weight.
- Press PRINT when ready.
② Clear the tray and press “PRINT”, then “Wait4~Wait0” will display.
LoAd
0
10731
SPAN CALIBRATION
- Place 5.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(2/2)
③ Put 5kg on the tray the press “PRINT” after “Wait4~Wait0” exit menu.
8100
CAL
ModE
CALIBRATION
4. Gravity Constant
5. Percent Calibration
6. Linearity Adjust
(2/3)
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4.1.6 Linearity Adjust (Menu Code 8160)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 6. Linearity Adjust)
You can re-adjust the med-range weight level for precise calibration.
ULoAd
10731
10731
ZERO CALIBRATION
- Remove all weight.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(1/3)
LINEARITY ADJUST
Use Weight
:[ 5] kg
Full Capa Weight:15.000 kg
(1/1)
① For 5kg weight, input “5”key and press “print”
8160
CAL
ModE
② Clear the tray and press “PRINT”, then “Wait4~Wait0” will display
Mid
25802
36532
MID CALIBRATION
- Place 5.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(2/3)
③ Clear the tray and press “PRINT”, then “Wait4~Wait0” will display
LoAd
77407
88137
SPAN CALIBRATION
- Place 5.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(3/3)
CALIBRATION
4. Gravity Constant
5. Percent Calibration
6. Linearity Adjust
(2/3)
③ Put 5kg on the tray the press “PRINT” after “Wait4~Wait0”.
8100
CAL
ModE
③ Put 15kg on the tray the press “PRINT” after “Wait4~Wait0” exit menu.
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4.1.7 Zero & Tare Setting (Menu Code 8170)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 7. Zero & Tare Setting)
CAUTION: This Setting is part of (OIML, NTEP, etc) regulation must be setting by the local restriction.
You can set the ZERO, TARE at acceptable range and maximum display range.
8170
CAL
ModE
ZERO & TARE SETTING
Init-Zero range(%): [ 10]
Rezero Range(%) : [ 2]
Tare Range
: [ 5.998]kg
(1/4)
ZERO & TARE SETTING
Overload Range(d): [ 9]
Accumulation(Y/N) : [N]
Subtraction(Y/N) : [N]
(2/4)
ZERO & TARE SETTING
Gross Zero Mark(Y/N): [Y]
Net Zero Mark(Y/N) : [Y]
Gross Zero-Tracking(Y/N): [Y]
(3/4)
ZERO & TARE SETTING
Net Zero-Tracking(Y/N) : [Y]
(4/4)
① Init-Zero range
Before Sales mode you need to compare Calibrated A/D value and current A/D value need to be in
the safe range order to function property. Scale will not function if there is a weight or any distortion
on the tray.
② Re-zero Range (%)
During the usage, zero range might be unstable cause by tray and other condition. You can set the
allowance percent (%) range for zero display. (OIML regulation restricts 2% of maximum weight
range can be used)
③ Tare Range
You can set the maximum weights of tare up to 5.9kg
(OIML regulation restriction is 6kg tare limits)
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④ Overload Range(d)
You can set the maximum overload range. For example, [9] set as 15.045g (5gx[9]=45g). If the
weight is over 15.045 overload message will appear.
⑤ Accumulation(Y/N)
You can set Tare weights additively. This is useful additional package is used for different goods.
⑥ Subtraction(Y/N)
You can set Tare only if the other tare weight is less then the first value.
⑦ Gross Zero Mark(Y/N)
The real weight value is 0(Gross Weight=0) display will indicate “▼” on the gross weight
NOTE: * Gross weight is display will display total weight. (Tare setting does not effect)
* Net weight is remain value of Tare weight.
* If Tare setting is set as “N” the gross weight and net weight value is same.
⑧ Net Zero Mark(Y/N)
When Tare weight is set to zero, Zero mark will display. In other words Net Weight is zero.
⑨ Gross Zero-Tracking(Y/N)
You can set Zero-tracking while Gross Zero is 0. Factory setting is “Y”.
⑩ Net Zero-Tracking(Y/N)
You can set Zero-tracking while Net zero is 0. Factory setting is “N”.
4.2
Factory Setting (Menu Code 8180)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 8. Factory Setting)
This setting A/D’s advanced setting only for factory primary setting.
4.2.3 A/D Initialize (Menu Code 8183)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 8. Factory Setting -> 3. A/D Initialize)
8183
CAL
ModE
A/D INITIALIZE
Are You Sure?(Y/N)
(1/1)
:[N]
CAUTION: Must record setting values before Selecting [Y]. This will set the scale first default setting
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4.2.4 Linearity Fine Adjust (Menu Code 8184)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 8. Factory Setting -> 4. Linearity Fine Adjust)
①
Selecting“LinearityFineAdjust”
8184
ⓐ Menu Code
0
ⓑ Internal value
0
LINEARITY FINE ADJUST
Zero:[ 10730]
Mid :[ 36532]
Span:[ 88145]
ⓒ External V.(weight)
(1/1)
ⓓ Real value of Zero & Span
NOTE: You can set 0 by pushing “ZERO” This will update new Zero value.
② MENU 8106 Put 5kg(MAX=15kg) on the tray.
8184
20005
5002
LINEARITY FINE ADJUST
Zero:[ 10730]
Mid :[ 36537]
Span:[ 88145]
(1/1)
③ Using cursor key for fine adjust.
* How to use cursor key
“▶” Increase Span value(ⓓ) to reduce internal (ⓑ)value
“▶“ Decrease Span value(ⓓ) to increase internal (ⓑ)value
- Setting Mid value press “▼”key
- Internal value 20005 to change 20000 press “▶” 5times.
* How to input setting value
- Use cursor key to change mid value.
- Insert “36537” then press “TEST”
8184
60000
15000
LINEARITY FINE ADJUST
Zero:[ 10730]
Mid :[ 36537]
Span:[ 88145]
(1/1)
④ Also change Span value with cursor key.
⑤ Press “SAVE” to save and exit.
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4.2.5 Hysteresys Calibration (Menu Code 8185)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 8. Factory Setting -> 5. Hysteresys Calibration)
①Selecting “Hysteresys Calibration”
8185
CAL
HYSTERESYS CALIBRATION
USE WEIGHT
:[ 2] kg
Full Capa Weight : 6.000 kg
(1/1)
(1/4)
27770
ZERO CALIBRATION
- Remove all weight.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(1/4)
27770
ZERO CALIBRATION
- Remove all weight.
- Press PRINT when ready.
ModE
② For 2kg Mid-weight, input “2”key and press “print”
ULoAd
0
③ Empty tray and press “PRINT”
WAit4
27770
④ While calibrating zero display shows “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” and follow next message for Mid
Calibration.
Mid U
0
27770
MID CALIBRATION
- Place 2.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(2/4)
⑤ Put on the Weight for Mid-weight. Capacities then press “PRINT”
WAit4
28850
55510
MID CALIBRATION
- Place 2.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(2/4)
⑥ While calibrating Mid-weight display shows “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” and follow next message for Span
Calibration.
LoAd
28850
55510
SPAN CALIBRATION
- Place 6.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(3/4)
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⑦ Put on the Weight for Max. Capacities then press “PRINT”
*Menu 8130 sets the max capacity for calibration.
WAit4
83752
111522
SPAN CALIBRATION
- Place 6.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(3/4)
⑧ While calibrating span display shows “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” and follow next message for Mid
Calibration.
Mid U
83752
111522
MID CALIBRATION
- Place 2.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(4/4)
⑨ Put on the Weight for Mid-weight. Capacities then press “PRINT”
WAit4
28852
55512
MID CALIBRATION
- Place 2.000 kg on the platter.
- Press PRINT when ready.
(4/4)
FACTORY SETTING
3. A/D Initialize
4. Linearity Adjust
5. Hysteresis Calibration
(1/2)
⑩ Display shows “Wait4” ~ “Wait0” then following message
8180
CAL
ModE
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4.3
Memory Clear
(Calibration MENU -> 2. System Options -> 1. Clear Memory)
You can clear memory depends on options below.
8210
CLEAR MEMORY
4. Flash All Clear
CAL
ModE
CLEAR MEMORY
1. Clear Report
2. Clear All PLU
3. Clear All Table
(1/2)
(2/2)
4.3.1 Clear Report (Menu Code 8211)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 8. Factory Setting -> 1. Clear Report)
You can clear all the sales report.
4.3.2 Clear All PLU (Menu Code 8212)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 8. Factory Setting -> 2. Clear All PLU)
Clear all PLU data. This time discount data is will be cleared.
4.3.3 Clear All Table (Menu Code 8213)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 8. Factory Setting -> 3. Clear All Table)
Clear all Table date(Except PLU/discount data).
4.3.4 Flash All Clear (Menu Code 8214)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 8. Factory Setting -> 4. Flash All Clear)
NOTE: After clearing all the memory. You must install primary data.
Except the program data all the item and font data will clear at once.
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4.4
Scale Type
Menu Code 8220 (Calibration MENU -> 2. System Options -> 2. Scale Type)
Select model: Basic type (CL5000-B), pole type, (CL5000-R, P, G), hanging type (CL5000-H),
Self-service type(CL5000-S), Double-body type(CL5500-D)
CAUTION: Selecting wrong model code will effect on key function.
-1 : Basic type(CL5000-B)
-2 : Pole type(CL5000-R, P, G)
-3 : Hanging type(CL5000-H)
-4 : Self-service type(CL5000-S)
-5 : Double-body type(CL5500-D)
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4.5
Printer Hardware
No.
Sub-menus
Description
1
Print Mode
Select label, ticket, continuous label mode.
2
Label / Ticket
Lable mode: “Width(60)”, “Height(40)” and “Gap length(2)”
Size
Ticket mode: “Width(60)”, “Feed(20)” and “End Margin(5)”
Continous Label: “Width(60)”, “Feed(40)” and “End Margin(2)”
* ( ) are default value.
3
Sensor
Enter the “Gap(128)” and “Peel(128)” values for printing sensor
Calibration
calibration.
* The values in ( ) are default.
* If you press “TEST” key, Gap and Peel values are adjusted
automatically.
* In case of Ticket mode, Gap value is not saved.
4
Sensor & Motor
Setting Peel-off sensor, Rewind Motor, Label Paper type.
5
Print Intensity
Set the extent of intensity of label (ticket) printed.
6
Adjust Feed
Set adjusting values of feed length.
Length
This value can be from -200 to +200. You can change sign(+,-) by
pressing ZERO key.
+ value will print higher than THP.
* Pressing “TEST” key automatically feeds to adjust the feed length.
7
Label Pre-print
You can set preprint length.
8
Printer Initialize
You can reset printer.
4.5.1 Print Mode (Menu Code 8310)
(Calibration MENU -> 3. Printer Hardware -> 1. Print Mode)
Press “1” to get into “PRINT MODE.”
You can select “0” for Label mode, “1” for Ticket mode or “2” for Continuous Label mode.
Press “PRINT” to save current selection.
4.5.2 Label/Ticket Size (Menu Code 8320)
(Calibration MENU -> 3. Printer Hardware -> 2. Label/Ticket Size)
You can input “Width,” “Height,” “Gap Length” of label manually.
“TEST” key will automatically measures current label.
* Case of ticket mode “TICKET SIZE” will display and “TEST” key will not function.
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4.5.3 Sensor Calibration (Menu Code 8330)
(Calibration MENU -> 3. Printer Hardware -> 3. Sensor Calibration)
You can input “Gap,” “Peel,” “Out of Paper” manually.
“TEST” key will automatically feed the label several times to calculate the measurement.
* For Ticket mode display will be same except “Gap” value. (This value will not save)
4.5.4 Sensor & Motor (Menu Code 8340)
(Calibration MENU -> 3. Printer Hardware -> 4. Sensor&Motor)
Press “4” to get into “SENSOR&MOTOR”.
You can select [Y], [N] for “ACTIVE PEEL-OFF,” “ACTIVE REWIND MOTER,” AND “LABEL PAPER.”
* For Ticket mode display will be same. Only “ACTIVE PEEL-OFF” can be set.
* For Ticket mode Rewind-Motor and Label paper setting will not display.
4.5.5 Print Intensity (Menu Code 8350)
(Calibration MENU -> 3. Printer Hardware -> 1. Clear Memory)
You can enter any value from “0” to “20” set the tension of label/ticket.
Press “TEST” to test printing a label.
4.5.6 Adjust Feed Length (Menu Code 8360)
(Calibration MENU -> 3. Printer Hardware -> 6. Adjust Feed Length)
User may enter any value of the feed alignment from “-200” to “+200”.
Press “ZERO” to toggle sign.
Press “TEST” to test feed or “ENTER” to save current “FEED Length value.
* 1pixel = 0.125mm , 8pixel = 1mm
Ex) Value “+80” will feed 10mm more
Value “-40” will feed 5mm less
4.5.7 Label Pre-print (Menu Code 8370)
(Calibration MENU -> 3. Printer Hardware -> 3. Label Pre-print)
User may enter “Y(Yes)” or “N(No)” to select Preprint mode and any value of the preprint
length from “0”mm to “10”mm.
Press “TEST” to test preprinting.
4.5.8 Printer Initialize (Menu Code 8380)
(Calibration MENU -> 3. Printer Hardware -> 8. Printer Initialize)
Initialize printer setting.
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4.6
Network Options
5.6.1 Enable Interface (Menu Code 8410)
(Calibration MENU -> 4. Network Options -> 1. Enable Interface)
You can set usage of I/O interface.(CL5000)
8410
4.7
CAL
ModE
ENABLE INTERFACE
Ethernet(TCP/IP) :[Y]
USB
:[N]
RS485
:[N]
(1/2)
ENABLE INTERFACE
PS/2
:[Y]
(2/2)
Self Test
4.7.1 Display Test (Menu Code 8510)
(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 1. Display Test)
Selecting 1 will start Display test, press any key to stop and exit.
4.7.2 A/D Test (Menu Code 8520)
(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 2. A/D Test)
8520
0
8333
A/D TEST
(1/1)
Normalized AD(AD1) – C1 value
You can select A/D level “0”~“5” to test.
NOTE: You can set ZERO temporally within each level. Exiting menu will not keep zero value.
Key No.
0
Name
Weight – External value
Description
kg or lb
(▶ : kg, ▶ : lb)
1
Normalized(Zeroing) A/D
Internal count (60,000). Calibration Zero - A/D
2
Normalized A/D
Internal count (60,000)
3
Unit Factorized A/D
Unit Factor applied A/D value
4
Linearized A/D
Linear incising A/D value
5
Filtered Raw A/D
Filtered Raw A/D
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4.7.3 Keyboard Test (Menu Code 8530)
(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 3. Keyboard Test)
You can test keyboard by pressing.
8530
CAL
ModE
KEYBOARD TEST
(1/1)
Raw Code:[006C] Menu Key Flag::[0]
Cnv.Code:[0003] Mode:[1]
KEYBOARD TEST
(1/1)
Raw Code:[006C] Menu Key Flag:[0]
Cnv.Code:[0003] Mode:[1]
[ESC]=Exit,[PRINT]=Mode Change
KEYBOARD TEST
(1/1)
Raw Code:[006C] Menu Key Flag::[0]
Cnv.Code:[0003] Mode:[1]
[0]=Sale, [1]=Program
Press any keys to test Row Code and Conversion Code.
* Raw Code is location of key. (Upper left Connor is 1. For bench Type stars with 22)
* Conversion Code is function Code which has different code other then Raw Code.
* Menu Key Flag will set as 1 when “MENU” and other key is pushed same time.
* Press ESC will exit the test or change key mode.
- ESC + ESC : End of test
- ESC + PRINT key to change Mode
Mode 0 : Sale Mode
Mode 1 : program Mode
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4.7.4 Chess Print (Menu Code 8540)
(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 4. Chess Print)
Self Test Menu screen, press the 4 key for Printer Test.
Print Head) test label.
The scale will then print a TPH (Thermal
This label print checker pattern helps to find problems with the TPH. You
should clean the TPH before you try this procedure. Follow the maintenance procedure for cleaning
the TPH. The following examples shows that some of problems that can occur.
1
2
There are several things that this printout sample can reveal:
1. The rubber roller may be dirty or have something stuck to it. Also, the roller may be perforated.
2. This is a clear indication that the TPH has been damaged or burned out.
If you need to replace the TPH, please contact the CAS Service Department.
4.7.5 Printer Sensor Test (Menu Code 8550)
(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 5. Printer Sensor Test)
You can test PEEL-OFF sensor and Head up sensor in real time to check each results.
8550
CAL
ModE
PRINTER SENSOR TEST
Peel-off :[UNLOCK ]
Head-up :[CLOSE ]
PRINTER SENSOR TEST
Gap :[ 63]
Peel:[114]
(1/2)
(2/2)
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Test Items
Description
1
Peel-off
Cheek Peel-off senor stops label
2
Head-up
Cheek TPH head is open or not
3
Gap
Cheek label’s gap
4
Peel
Peel-off sensor value
4.7.6 Memory Information (Menu Code 8560)
(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 6. Memory Information)
You can install expansion memory-pack up to 6MB
Current memory show as O unused memory as X (each 0 is 1MB). Total amount of O is
valuable memory.
8560
CAL
ModE
MEMORY INFORMATION
012345
Chip Status :[00XXXX]
Total Flash Size(MB) : 2
(1/1)
4.7.7 Firmware Version (Menu Code 8570)
(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 7. Firmware Version)
You can cheek scale’s firmware for upgrade.
This information defines main feature and debugging.
#1 Scale Main Firmware Version
#2 AD Module Firmware Version
#3 Ethernet Version
#4 Data Version
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5. Servicing & Parts Replacement
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5.1
Platform Safety Overload Adjustment
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove tray from scale (make sure lift right side first and unlock the left hook)
CL5500-D
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove tray from scale
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3) Remove calibration cealing
4) Remove the upper case
5) Put 150% of max weight on platform rear right. This point Allen-bolt should not be
touched
6) Adjust Allen-bolt just about to touch the bottom frame
7) Contiune the procedure on each corner
B,P,R,G-type
H-type
D-Type
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5.2
Removing the Upper Case
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove tray from scale (make sure lift right side first and unlock the left hook)
3) Remove printer cartridge
4) Remove 6 bolt from bottom case(for pole type: remove pole mount bolt first)
For hanging type: remove 3 bolt from front cover
5) Remove 4bolt from upper case
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6) Remove keybord and display cable to remove upper case
B,P,R,G type:
* Carefull with front key pad connector
H type:
* Open up front cover from printer part.
NOTE: Assemble hook part first.
Remove front cover bolt (2 bolt)
Open up from printer side to disassamble front cover
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CL5500-D
1) Remove head cover bolt (4 bolt)
2) Open up from printer side to disassamble
head cover
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5.3
Main board Replacement
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove following cables
-
SMPS Line
-
Key Board Line
-
Display Board Line
-
Printer Board Line
-
A/D Board Line
3) Remove following bolt to remove main board
B,P,R,G type:
Connector locations
H type:
1. remove power cable from SMPS and ground wire.
2. Remove support frame and replace main board.
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CL5500-D
1) Remove bolt & open up head cover
5.4
2) Remove all cable & bolt
3) Replace main board
Power Supply Replacement
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove upper case(following 6.2)
3) Remove power lines (white cables)
4) Remove bottom Power module(SMPS) bolt(4)
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5) Full forward power module and remove power cables on SMPS
6) Disassamble support frame and remove side bolt(4) to remove power supply.
CL5500-D
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
3) Remove upper platform
2) Remove upper case
3) Remove SMPS Protect cover & bolt
4) remove power supply(SMPS)
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5.5
Load Cell & AD Converter Replacement
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove upper case(6.2)
3) Remove upper frame(Load cell moult)bolt
Lodecell suspansion bolt
4) Remove bottom frame bolt
NOTE: Carefull with load cell this procedure may cause critical damage on scale
A/D mounting bolt
L/C Line
A/D connetor
5) Remove A/D module bolt(2) and cable(A/D data line, L/C line)
6) For H type: Remove LC suspension bolt from bottom fram (there are two holes for easy access)
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CL5500-D
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove Seal bolt (2 ea)
3) Remove upper case
4) Remove sealing cover bolt
5) Remove bottom plate bolt (2ea)
NOTE: Carefull with load cell this procedure may cause critical damage on scale
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5.6
Print Assembly Replacement
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove printer cartridge
3) Remove upper case(6.2)
4) Remove printer connecting bolt
(H type)
NOTE: You must remove center collom first
Printer mounting bolt
(B,P,R,G type)
D -type
5)
Remove printer module (lift upper right side first)
6)
Reference following exploed view
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5.7
Display Replacement
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove upper case (6.2)
3) Remove keyboard and display cable of main board
Key_Board Cable
Display Cable
4) Remove front display board B,P,R type: lift display board at arrow side
Remove rear display board by lifting bottom part to unlock
5) Remove Front, Rear display by unhook support part.
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CL5500-D
1) Remove display case by unhook support part (head + display case)
2) Both are divided into separate (Display case)
3) Remove cable & bolt
5.8
Keyboard Replacement A,B(with/without breaking sealing)
A: with break sealing
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove upper case(6.2)
3) Remove keyboardm display cable from main bord and replace new keyboard
Key_Board Cable
Display Cable
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B: without break sealing
4) Remove keyboard from upper case
5) Remove keyboard support plate and disconnect key board cable by pull the calble lock
6) Connect keyboard cable by pushing keyboard suspend lock / add metal support plate
7) Stick the keyboard pad
H-type
-Remove keypad cover and metal dome cover
CL5500-D
1) Remove headcover bolt (4 bolt) (5.2)
2) Open up from printer side to disassemble (5.2)
3) Remove keypad from headcover
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6. Installing Options
Additional expansion memory and network card is available for ungrade
6.1
Installing Ethernet Card
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove Ethernet card cover
3) Insert Ethernet card onto slot (use same slot for wireless module)
Ethernet card
B, P, R, G type
H type
4) Turn on power when installation is finished
5) Set up communication configuration (menu code:1900)
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6.2 Installing Wireless Lan Card
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove Ethernet card cover
3) Insert Wireless LAN Card.
i.
Insert local wireless CF card
ii.
4) Turn on power when installation is finished
6.3
Installing Memory Expension Card
5) Turn power off and remove power cord
6) Remove Upper Case
7) Insert Memory Expension Card.
8) Turn on power when installation is finished
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7. Update
7.1
F/W update (CL5000)
NOTE: While you are turning on the scale, you must PUSH CAL botton.
If you didn’t follow this procedure, scale will not accept any signal from PC.
Step1: Connect RS232C to computer
Pin-layout is following diagram
Scale(DB-9 Female)
PC (DB-9 Male)
(2) -------------------------------- (3)
(3) -------------------------------- (2)
(5) -------------------------------- (5)
Step2: Play CLPfwupdate.exe
Step2: Select RS232C communication port by pressing ①
Step3: Select new firmware ROM pressing ②
Step4: Press
, ready to F/W –ROM download
* Software will not download if the firmware version is old or file desination is wrong
Window massage will show error massage
Step5: Turn off the scale to get scale ready
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Step6: Turn on the scale while CAL botton is pushed. (at this point display will show “RDY”)
NOTE: If CAL botton isn’t pushed, scale will not accept any signal from PC.
After few second download process will occure
When download finish scale will reboot
NOTE: During this procedure power or communication connector is cut off
You must redo from step1
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7.2
F/W update (CL5500)
NOTE: While you are turning on the scale CAL Switch has to be on
If you didn’t follow this procedure, scale will not accept any signal from PC.
Step1: Connect RS232C to computer
Pin-layout is following diagram
Scale(DB-9 Female)
PC (DB-9 Male)
(2) -------------------------------- (3)
(3) -------------------------------- (2)
(5) -------------------------------- (5)
Step2: Play IM Updater.exe
Step2: Select RS232C communication port by pressing
Step3: Select Baud Rate ‘115200’
Step4: Select Target Model ‘CL5500 F/W’
Step5: Select new firmware ROM pressing
Step6: Press
, ready to F/W –ROM download
* Software will not download if the firmware version is old or file desination is wrong
Window massage will show error massage
Step7: Check CAL Switch position ON(left), And then Turn on the scale
NOTE: If CAL Switch isn’t ON, scale will not accept any signal from PC.
After few second download process will occure
When download finish scale will reboot
NOTE: During this procedure power or communication connector is cut off
You must redo from step1
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8. Schematic & Diagrams
8.1.1
System Block Diagram (CL5000-B,P,R,G,S,H)
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8.1.2
System Block Diagram (CL5500-D)
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8.2.1
Connection Diagram (CL5000-B,P,R,G,S,H)
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8.2.1
Connection Diagram (CL5500-D)
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8.3
I/O Pin Connection (CL5000-B,P,R,G,S,H)
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8.3
I/O Pin Connection (CL5500-D)
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9. Exploded Views
9.1
Scale Assy (B,P,R,G-type)
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9.2
Scale Assy (H-type)
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9.3 Body Assy (B,P,R,G-type)
85
9.4
Body Assy (H-type)
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9.5 Platform (B,P,R,G-type)
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9.6
Main Frame (H-type)
88
9.7
I.O cover (H-Type)
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9.8 Upper Case
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9.9
Pole display (R-type)
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9.10 Pole display (P-type)
92
9.11 Pole display (G-type)
93
9.12 Printer Assembly
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9.13 Printer Header Assemble
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9.14
Cartridge
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9.15 Tray assembly (B,P,R,G-type)
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9.16
Tray assembly (H-type)
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9.17 Lan card
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9.18 Self-service Type
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9.19 Double Body Type – (Head cover A’ssy)
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9.20 Double Body Type – (Cartridge A’ssy)
102
9.21 Double Body Type – (Base bracket A’ssy)
103
9.22 Double Body Type – (Door A’ssy)
104
9.22 Double Body Type – (Head A’ssy)
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9.23 Double Body Type – (Tray A’ssy)
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9.24 Double Body Type – (Upper A’ssy)
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9.25 Double Body Type – (Platform A’ssy)
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9.26 Double Body Type – (Body A’ssy)
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10. Part List
10.1
10.2
Electronic
Mechnical
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11. Revision
11-Mar, 2005
-. Add Sealing Method
-. Adjust Chapter number
15-Apr, 2010
- Add CL5500-D Type
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