1. Proper Operation
CL5000 Series
Service Manual
(English)
Rev. 2014. 12. 11
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Table of Contents
1. Proper Operation ................................................................................................................................................5
1.1
Introduction..............................................................................................................................................5
1.2
Model and Specification ..........................................................................................................................6
1.3
Environmental Conditions & Safety .......................................................................................................7
1.4
Leveling and Foot Location ....................................................................................................................8
1.5
Power Requirements ............................................................................................................................ 10
2. Classification .................................................................................................................................................... 11
3.
2.1
Scale Overview..................................................................................................................................... 11
2.2
Display and Indicators.......................................................................................................................... 12
2.3
Printer ................................................................................................................................................... 13
2.4
Communication ..................................................................................................................................... 14
2.5
Key Pad................................................................................................................................................. 15
Getting Started .............................................................................................................................................. 16
3.1
Sealing Method ..................................................................................................................................... 16
3.2
Installation of the Label Roll ................................................................................................................ 16
3.3. Turning Power On/Off ........................................................................................................................... 18
3.4
Program Menu and Tree ...................................................................................................................... 19
3.4.1
How to access the Program Mode ............................................................................................ 19
3.4.2. Program Menu Tree .................................................................................................................... 20
3.4.3
4.
Calibration Menu Tree ............................................................................................................... 22
Calibration Mode ........................................................................................................................................... 23
4.1
Calibration............................................................................................................................................. 23
4.1.1. Span Calibration (Menu Code 8110) ........................................................................................... 24
4.2
4.1.2
Span/Zero Fine Adjust (Menu Code 8120) ............................................................................... 25
4.1.3
Capacity & Units (Menu Code 8130) ........................................................................................ 27
4.1.4
Gravity Constant (Menu Code 8140) ......................................................................................... 28
4.1.5
Percent Calibration (Menu Code 8150) ..................................................................................... 29
4.1.6
Linearity Adjust (Menu Code 8160) .......................................................................................... 30
4.1.7
Zero & Tare Setting (Menu Code 8170) ................................................................................... 31
Factory Setting (Menu Code 8180) ..................................................................................................... 32
4.2.3
A/D Initialize (Menu Code 8183) ............................................................................................... 32
4.2.4
Linearity Fine Adjust (Menu Code 8184) .................................................................................. 33
4.3.1
Clear Report (Menu Code 8211) ............................................................................................... 34
4.3.2
Clear All PLU (Menu Code 8212) .............................................................................................. 34
4.3.3
Clear All Table (Menu Code 8213) ........................................................................................... 34
4.3.4
Clear Report, PLU, Table (Menu Code 8214) .......................................................................... 34
4.5.1
Print Mode (Menu Code 8310) .................................................................................................. 36
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4.6
4.5.2
Label/Ticket Size (Menu Code 8320) ....................................................................................... 36
4.5.3
Sensor Calibration (Menu Code 8330) ...................................................................................... 36
4.5.4
Sensor & Motor (Menu Code 8340) .......................................................................................... 36
4.5.5
Print Intensity (Menu Code 8350) ............................................................................................. 36
4.5.6
Adjust Feed Length (Menu Code 8360) .................................................................................... 37
4.5.7
Label Pre-print (Menu Code 8370) ........................................................................................... 37
4.5.8
Printer Initialize (Menu Code 8380) .......................................................................................... 37
Network Options .................................................................................................................................. 38
4.6.1
4.7
5.
6.
7.
8.
Self Test ............................................................................................................................................... 38
4.7.1
Display Test (Menu Code 8510)................................................................................................ 38
4.7.2
A/D Test (Menu Code 8520) ..................................................................................................... 38
4.7.3
Keyboard Test (Menu Code 8530) ............................................................................................ 39
4.7.4
Chess Print (Menu Code 8540) ................................................................................................. 40
4.7.5
Printer Sensor Test (Menu Code 8550) .................................................................................... 40
4.7.6
Memory Information (Menu Code 8560) ................................................................................... 41
4.7.7
Firmware Version (Menu Code 8570) ....................................................................................... 41
Parameter ...................................................................................................................................................... 42
5.1
Factory Setting (para 800~999) .......................................................................................................... 42
5.2
Dealer Setting (para 500~799) ........................................................................................................... 47
Servicing & Parts Replacement ................................................................................................................... 68
6.1
Platform Safety Overload Adjustment................................................................................................. 69
6.2
Removing the Upper Case ................................................................................................................... 70
6.3
Main board Replacement...................................................................................................................... 72
6.4
Power Supply Replacement ................................................................................................................. 73
6.5
Load Cell & AD Converter Replacement ............................................................................................ 74
6.6
Print Assembly Replacement ............................................................................................................... 75
6.7
Display Replacement ............................................................................................................................ 76
6.8
Keyboard Replacement (With/Without breaking CAL seal ) .............................................................. 77
Installing Options ........................................................................................................................................... 78
7.1
Installing Ethernet Card ....................................................................................................................... 78
7.2
Installing Wireless Lan Card ................................................................................................................ 79
7.3
Installing Memory Expansion Card ..................................................................................................... 79
Update ............................................................................................................................................................ 80
8.1.
9.
Enable Interface (Menu Code 8410) ......................................................................................... 38
Firmware update ................................................................................................................................. 80
Schematic Diagrams ...................................................................................................................................... 84
9.1
System Block Diagram ......................................................................................................................... 84
9.2
Connection Diagram ............................................................................................................................. 85
9.3
I/O Pin Connection ............................................................................................................................... 86
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10.
11.
9.4
Main PCB .............................................................................................................................................. 87
9.5
A/D PCB ................................................................................................................................................ 91
9.6
Display PCB .......................................................................................................................................... 92
9.7
I/O PCB ................................................................................................................................................. 97
9.8
Printer I/O PCB .................................................................................................................................... 98
9.9
Slot PCB ................................................................................................................................................ 99
9.10
Expansion Memory PCB .................................................................................................................. 100
9.11
Wired LAN PCB ................................................................................................................................ 101
9.12
Wireless LAN PCB ........................................................................................................................... 102
9.13
CF Card PCB .................................................................................................................................... 103
Exploded Views ......................................................................................................................................... 104
10.1
Scale Assy (B,P,R-type) .................................................................................................................. 104
10.2
Scale Assy (H-type) ........................................................................................................................ 105
10.3
Body Assy (B,P,R-type) .................................................................................................................. 106
10.4
Body Assy (H-type) ......................................................................................................................... 107
10.5
Platform (B,P,R-type) ...................................................................................................................... 108
10.6
Main Frame (H-type) ....................................................................................................................... 109
10.7
I.O Cover (H-Type) ......................................................................................................................... 110
10.8
Upper Case ....................................................................................................................................... 111
10.9
Pole Display (R-type) ...................................................................................................................... 112
10.10
Pole Display (P-type) .................................................................................................................... 113
10.11
Printer Assembly............................................................................................................................ 114
10.12
Print Head Assembly ..................................................................................................................... 115
10.13
Cartridge ......................................................................................................................................... 116
10.14
Tray Assembly (B,P,R-type) ......................................................................................................... 117
10.15
Tray Assembly (H-type) ............................................................................................................... 118
10.16
LAN card ........................................................................................................................................ 119
Part List ..................................................................................................................................................... 120
11.1
Electronic.......................................................................................................................................... 120
11.2
Mechnical .......................................................................................................................................... 120
12. Revision ........................................................................................................................................................ 121
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1. Proper Operation
1.1 Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the CAS CL5000 Scale Printer.
designed with many advanced features.
The CL5000 Scale Printer has been
With the high quality construction and the user-friendly menu
driven programming we are confident that the CAS CL5000 Scale Printer will meet all of your most
demanding requirements.
The CL5000 utilizes a high speed thermal printer capable of print speeds up to 4 inches per second.
It can print on both label and ticket materials. The label cartridge provides an easy method of replacing
or installing labels.
The CL5000 is capable of printing a variety of custom logos, nutritional
information panels, ingredient messages and other in store advertising messages.
Using the included
software almost any custom label design is possible.
Other features of the CL5000 include several selectable operation modes that enable you to control
access to vital scale functions.
through the software.
Sales reports are available through the scale’s on-screen menus or
Up to 144 quick look up or speed keys are available on the pole models and
106 on the bench model.
The CL5000 has a “double click call” function that enables you to quickly
recall speed keys without having to use a shift key.
The CL5000 can be configured in an in-store network with up to 32 scales using either wired or
wireless standard Ethernet protocols.
Using this network configuration allows you to save time by
managing and controlling scale programming and sales reporting from one central location.
The
scale’s operational speed in the network is the same as a stand alone machine because PLU and other
data files are stored locally in each scale’s memory.
The CL Works software package is included with each scale.
PC’s using Windows 98/2000/XP operating systems.
This software will operate on most
Using the CL Works program enables you to
have complete control over the CL5000 resulting in more accurate price control and programmed
information.
It also provides an excellent method of storing all scale data files as an emergency
backup function.
The CL Works software also includes a label design program that allows you to
create, modify and store custom label formats and keyboard layouts.
For proper operation and maintenance of your CL5000 please be sure to read the entire manual
before use. A wide variety of supplies and accessories are available through your Authorized CAS
Dealer.
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1.2 Model and Specification
Model
CL5000 Series
Capacity
15Kg
30Kg
30 lb
60 lb
Interval
2g/5g
5g/10g
0.005lb/0.01lb
0.01b/0.02lb
Max Tare
-5.998Kg
-9.995Kg
-9.995lb
-29.99lb
24 digit VFD + Graphic LCD
Display
Tare: 4 digit
Weight: 5 digit
Unit Price: 6 digit
Total Price : 6 digit
Weight: 5 digit
Unit Price: 6 digit
Total Price : 7 digit
Zero Pass Range
1~50% (default 10%)
Re-Zero Range
1~50% (default 2%)
Overload Range
Maximum Capacity to Maximum Capacity + 255d (default is set to Maximum Capacity +9d)
A/D Conversion Rate
Measurement type
Platter type
Key
Speed Key
Approx. 8/sec
Load cell
SUS
B-Type
PLU Key : 48, Function Key: 36
P-Type
R-Type
PLU Key : 96 (48 x 2)
PLU Key : 72, Function Key: 36
PLU Key : 144 (72 x 2)
Input Range
1~999999
3000
Default Ingredient (510 Characters)
1~999
999
User Defined Barcode Formats
1~99
99
Department
1~99
99
Tax Type
1~9
9
Group
1~99
99
99
Data Table
Printer Type
Printer Resolution
Label Size
Font
Report
Barcode Type
Dimensions
Max
Default PLU
Clerk
1~99
Discount
1~999999
99
Origin
1~499
499
Traceability
1~999
99
Slaughter House
1~999
99
Cutting Hall
1~999
99
Traceability Country
1~999
999
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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Direct Thermal Print
202 dpi
Width: 40mm ~ 60mm, Length: 30mm ~ 120mm
Offers various sizes of label format, e.g Small, Middle, Large Size, and on the label format, also offers
various types of fonts, such as Italic, Bold, Underline, Through Line, Double Through line, Reverse,
Shadow, Outline, etc.
X1/X2, Z1/Z2, Scale, PLU, Misc. PLU, Group, Department, Hourly, Clerk Report
EAN13, EAN13A5, EAN8, I2OF5, UPCA, UPC13, CODE39, CODE93, CODE128, CODABAR,
B-Type
408 x 432 x 173 mm
P-Type
408 x 493 x 542 mm
R-Type
408 x 493 x 607 mm
Tray : 380 x 244 mm
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1.3 Environmental Conditions & Safety
1) Please avoid the following hostile conditions

Temperatures below or exceeding:

Ungrounded electrical outlet
-10° C ~ 40° C (14° F ~ 104° F)

Excessive vibration

Unstable or flimsy surface

Wind or fans functioning in direct contact

Shared electrical outlet
with weighing platform.

Direct sunlight

Dust or dirt

High humidity

Poor ventilation
2) 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

Turn OFF and unplug the scale whenever you are changing the label roll or
whenever working in the printer bay.

The outlet that the scale is plugged into should be properly grounded.

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.

Maintain a static-free work area.

The outlet used must have the proper voltage ratings.
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1.4 Leveling and Foot 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 Foot Location
Factory setting (Refer to Figure Below)
1.2) Short Case Foot Location
Unscrew the foot and place in center hole for narrow locations.
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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 Requirements
Power Source: AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A
Power Consumption: Max 90W
The CL5000’s Power inlet is located on the bottom of the scale. (Refer to Figure)
RS232C
Power Inlet
Power Switch
1) The CL5000 is designed to be used almost anywhere in the world!
Like many appliances of today,
the CL5000 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 a 5% tolerance.
NOTE: Please make sure that the power lines used for the CL5000 are dedicated lines with no
high-noise devices such as compressors or motors on the same circuits. Also make sure
that the wiring to the electrical socket is correct. If you are uncertain about the condition
of your electrical wiring please contact a certified electrician.
2) Once you are sure as to the safety of the electrical line, make sure to ONLY plug the scale into a
3- pronged 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 do 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 CL5000 power
cord.
The third prong is necessary and must be properly connected.
4) 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
There are 3 different types of CL5000, Standard Type (B), Pole Types (R,P),and Hanging Type (H).
■ Standard Type
■ Pole Type R
■ Pole Type P
■ Hanging Type H
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2.2 Display and Indicators
The CL5000 has two different types of displays. A VFD type that displays the Tare Weight, Actual
Weight, Unit Price and Total Price along with other scale information such as Stable, Auto mode, Save
mode, PrePack mode, Discount (D/C), Shift and Data Transfer status with a tri-mark above each item.
The other type of display that the CL5000 utilizes is a Graphic LCD (202 x 64 dot) display. The Graphic
LCD is used to display Programming Menus, Scrolling Messages and other advertising promotions.
■ Type-I: 5/8/9
■ Type-II : 4/5/6/6
■ Indicators
SYMBOLS
DESCRIPTION
ST (▼)
Stable weight indicator
▶0◀
Zero weight indicator
NET (▼)
Net weight indicator
kg
Kilogram weighing indicator
lb
Pounds weighing indicator
AUTO
Print Mode indicator
SAVE
Auto clearing status indicator
$/kg
Unit Price per kilogram
$/lb
Unit Price per pound
PREPACK
Auto clearing status indicator
DC (▼)
Discount status indicator
SHIFT (▼)
Speed key shift status indicator
TR
Data transmission status indicator
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2.3 Printer
•
Cartridge type print mechanism
•
High quality ROHM print head
•
Improved label drive utilizes 2
independent motors
•
Large compartment for 100mm label roll
•
Print speeds up 100 mm/sec.
•
Print Quality adjustments
•
Supports Die Cut Labels, Continuous Strip
Labels and Thermal Receipt Paper
■ 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
Print Area : 56mm(Max)
Width of Label : 60mm(Max)
Length of Label : 120mm(Max)
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2.4 Communication
■ Standard
①
RS232C
② P/S 2
■ Options
③
Ethernet cartridge
④
Wireless Ethernet cartridge
Cash Drawer N/A
② P/S 2
① RS232
③ Ethernet Module
④ Wireless Ethernet Module
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2.5 Key Pad
Note: Key Pads may vary by country
■ Standard Type Keypad
■ Pole Type Keypad
■ Hanging Type Keypad
* Function Keys and User Defined keys are available using Menu Code 1880
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3. Getting Started
3.1 Sealing Method
3.2 Installation of the Label Roll
To install the label roll 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 side-
access panel. (See fig.1)
2) Release the Print Head (fig 2)
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3) Remove Label Cartridge (fig. 3)
4) Remove Rewind Paper Lock and Roll Cover from the Cartridge (fig. 4)
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5) Place the label roll in the cartridge (fig. 5)
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6) Route labels through the cartridge and secure them on the label take up spool (fig 6)
7) Place label cartridge back into scale (fig 7)
8) Press the FEED key.
NOTE: For auto label calibration press FEED key two or three times
* If label position is not correct, check the following:
a. Label size (Label Setting Menu Code 1732)
b. Feed Adjustment (Adjust Feed Length Menu Code 1736)
c. Sensor Calibration (Sensor Calibration Menu Code 1733)
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3.3. Turning Power On/Off
When the scale is turned on the display will show a count down (9~0) for self testing.
9999
999999
99999999
The following is a list of the self test functions that are performed during the countdown.
Buzzer On
Initial Port,Timer,UART(AD),CPLD,PrinterDriver,RTC
Printer Driver Start
Start
Timer
Buzzer Off
Initial
Flash Check,Set UART (AD) Baudrate
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 :
VFD “111111”
Load Label Default, CheckAdInitStatus
VFD “000000”
Check Password,Logging BOOTTIME,NETSTART
Command Queue Init
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3.4 Program Menu and Tree
3.4.1 How to access the Program Mode
Note: You can directly access the individual programming menus by entering the Menu Code and
pressing the MENU key.
The 2 numbers at the top right (1/3) are there to help you navigate through the menu items. 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 for that menu item. You can use the PAGE
UP and PAGE DOWN keys to navigate from page to page or you can use the Arrow keys to navigate
1 line at a time.
(Screen 1 of 3)
1000
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)
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3.4.2. Program Menu Tree
CODE
Menu
CODE Sub Menu
1100
PLU
1110
1120
1130
1140
1200
1300
1400
1500
PLU Table1
PLU Table2
Store Data Table
Global Setting
Change Price
New/Edit
Discount
Management
1150
1160
1170
List
Speed Key
Sample Printing
1210
1220
1230
1240
Department
Group
Tax Rate
Sales Message
1250
1260
1270
1280
Origin
Barcode
Tare
Unit Symbol
1310
1320
1330
1340
Ingredient
Nutrition Facts
Traceability
Country
1350
1360
Slaughter House
Cutting Hall
1410
Store
1420
1430
Customer
Scroll Message
1440
Currency
1510
1520
1530
Label Format
Barcode
Discount
1540
Tax
CODE
Sub Menu
1131
1132
1133
New/Edit
List
Delete
1137
1138
1141
1142
Copy
Delete
1143
Move
1144
1145
Select PLU Items
PLU Sale Count
1431
1432
1433
Configuration
Edit Scroll Message
List Scroll Message
Delete by PLU(DC)
Delete by Dept(DC)
1139
Delete All
1147
1148
1149
Delete by PLU No.
Delete by Dept. No.
Delete All
1531
Priority Setting
1532
1533
1534
1541
1542
Weight Discount
Count Discount
PCS Discount
Set Global Tax
Global Tax No.
20
1600
Report
1610
1620
1630
1700
1800
Printing
Scale Config
X1 Report
Z1 Report
X2 Report
1640
1650
Z2 Report
Clear All
1710
1720
Print inhibit
Markdown
1730
H/W Setting
1740
1750
1760
Serial Number Format
Addup Total
Ticket
1810
Sale Mode
1820
Operation Mode
1830
1840
1850
Department
Date/Time
User/Security
Configuration
1860
1870
1880
Test
Scale Parameter
1611
1612
1613
1614
1615
Scale
PLU
Misc. PLU
Group
Department
1616
1617
Hourly
Clerk
1631
1632
1633
Scale
PLU
Misc. PLU
1634
1635
1636
1637
Group
Department
Hourly
Clerk
1731
1732
1733
1734
1735
1736
Print Mode
Label/Ticket Size
Sensor Calibration
Motor & Sensor
Print Intensity
Adjust Feed Length
1737
Label Preprint
1761
1762
Select Ticket Item
Select List Item
1763
Select Ticket Font Size
1851
1852
1853
1854
New/Edit User
Change Password
List User
Delete User
1855
1856
1861
1862
1863
1864
Config Permission
Clerk Key
Display
A/D
Keypad
Printer
1865
1866
1867
1868
1871
1872
Printer Sensor
Memory Information
Firmware Version
Communication
Display
Printing
1873
1874
Sale setup
Clerk Logout
Function Key Define
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1900
Communication
1910 Network Setting
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
Service Type
DHCP
IP
Remote IP
RS232C
1916
1917
WLAN Setting
WLAN Config
1920 Application
1930 Scale Lock/Unlock
1940 Check Scale
1950 Backup to scale
3.4.3 Calibration Menu Tree
CODE
Menu
CODE
Sub Menu
8100
Calibration
8110
8120
8130
8140
8150
Span Calibration
Span/Zero Fine Adjust
Capacity & Units
Gravity Constant
Percent Calibration
8160
8170
8180
Linearity Adjust
Zero & Tare Setting
Factory Setting
8200
8300
System Options
Printer Hardware
8210
Clear Memory
8220
Scale Type
8310
8320
8330
8340
8350
Print Mode
Label/Ticket Size
Sensor Calibration
Sensor & Motor
Printer Intensity
8360
8370
8380
Adjust Feed Length
Label Pre-print
Printer Initialize
8400
Network Options
8410
Enable Interface
8500
Self Test
8510
Display Test
8520
8530
8540
8550
8560
8570
A/D Test
Keyboard Test
Printer Test
Printer Sensor Test
Memory Information
Firmware Version
8580
Cash Drawer Test
8590
Communication Test
8600
[Parameter Setting Mode]
8600
Parameter Setting
CODE
Sub Menu
8181
Digital Filtering
8182
A/D Hardware Setting
8183
A/D Initialize
8184
Linearity Fine Adjust
8185
Hysteresis Calibration
8186
Creep Setting
8187
A/D Firmware
8211
Clear Report
8212
Clear All PLU
8213
8214
Clear All Table
Flash All Clear
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4. Calibration Mode
4.1 Calibration
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration)
Execute Weight Calibration and A/D related settings
(Should be performed by an Authorized CAS Dealer Only)
Lift the platter and remove the Calibration Seal.
(CAUTION: Lift the platter from the right side first and then unlock
the left side. Refer to the figure)
To access Calibration Mode:
Turn ON Main Power Switch while pressing the CAL button. (Refer to figure below)
NOTE: For Hanging type: Remove the bottom cover.
First page of Calibration mode
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CALIBRATION MODE
1. CALIBRATION
2. SYSTEM OPTIONS
3. PRINTER HARDWARE
(1/2)
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4.1.1. Span Calibration (Menu Code 8110)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 1. Span Calibration)
Note: Proper Calibration of the CL5000 requires the use of government certified weights.
Make sure you have the correct amount of weight for the capacity that the scale is
going to use. (Ex: 30lbs of weight for a 30lb capacity scale.)
Max Capacity of the CL5000 is set in Menu 1830.
The display will prompt you for the amount of weight needed based on the scale
configuration settings.
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CAL
CALIBRATION
1. SPAN CALIBRATION
2. SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
3. CAPACITY & UNITS
(1/3)
① Select “Span Calibration”
ULoad
5481
5481
ZERO CALIBRATION
(1/2)
- REMOVE ALL WEIGHT.
- PRESS PRINT WHEN READY.
② Remove all weight from platter and press “PRINT”
Display will show “Wait4”, 3, 2 ,1 and then “Wait0” then the SPAN CALIBRATION Display.
LoAd
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0
③ Place the maximum capacity on the platter.
LoAd
34475
SPAN CALIBRATION
(2/2)
- PLACE 15. LBS ON THE PLATTER.
- PRESS PRINT WHEN READY.
(Menu 8130 sets the max capacity for calibration.)
39962
SPAN CALIBRATION
(2/2)
- PLACE 15 LBS ON THE PLATTER
- PRESS PRINT WHEN READY.
④ Press “PRINT”
Display shows “Wait4”, 3, 2, 1 and then Wait0” then returns to the Main Calibration Menu.
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CALIBRATION
1. SPAN CALIBRATION
2. SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
3. CAPACITY & UNITS
(1/3)
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Error Message
* If the platter is unstable during the Calibration process, the following error message will appear.
WAit0
2776
2776
Cal Error – Unstable (0x01)
Press Any Key
* If the Calibration weight was too much or not enough, the following error message will appear.
- Calibration weight limits can be re-adjusted by menu 8182 “Cal Zero(Span) Max(Min) Range”
WAit0
1027
1027
Cal Error – Range Over (0x07)
Press Any Key
* If an A/D failure is detected during the Calibration process the following error message will appear.
Please check the connector between the main board and the controller board.
WAit0
1027
1027
Cal Error – Wrong ADM (0xff)
Press Any Key
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 Span and Zero settings after performing a SPAN Calibration if
necessary.
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CALIBRATION
1. SPAN CALIBRATION
2. SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
3. CAPACITY & UNITS
(1/3)
SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
ZERO:[ 10730]
SPAN:[ 88133]
(1/1)
① Select menu “Span/Zero Fine Adjust”
8120
ⓐ Menu Code
0
ⓑ Internal Value
0
ⓒ External Value (Weight)
ⓓ Pure setting value of Zero & Span
* If ⓒ is not set to zero press “ ZERO” key. Value ⓓ will update.
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② Put Max. Capacity weight on the platter
8120
60012
15005
SPAN/ZERO FINE ADJUST
ZERO:[ 10730]
SPAN:[ 88133]
(1/1)
③ Use ◀ ▶ key for fine adjust.
* Insert setting value by using the cursor keys (for the fine adjustment)
“▶” 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)
* 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)
This mode is used to set the CL5000’s Weighing Units, Capacity, Interval, and Cal Unit.
CAUTION: The Capacity & Units Setting should be made prior to performing the
Span Calibration procedure. If the Capacity & Units setting is changed you must
perform a Span Calibration again. 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
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CAPACITY & UNITS
(1/2)
WEIGHING UNIT:[ 1 ] 0)KG 1)LB 2)G
CAPACITY :[ 1 ] 1) 30LB
INTERVAL :[ 0 ] 0)SINGLE 1)DUAL
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 allows you to calibrate for any country. You can set the gravity constant data
according to the country. In case of full re-calibration set the factory gravity first and then local
area gravity code.
(For span calibration Local gravity value is automatically matched with Factory gravity value)
8140
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GRAVITY CONSTANT
(1/1)
FACTORY GRAVITY :[9.8024]
LOCAL GRAVITY
:[9.7814]
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
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Guatemala
Guatemala
9.7844
Boston
9.8039
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
NOTE:
Venezuela
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 you don’t have the maximum weights for calibration, the Percent Calibration allows you to
set the amount of weight you will use to calibrate the scale.
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CALIBRATION
4. GRAVITY CONSTANT
5. PERCENT CALIBRATION
6. LINEARITY ADJUST
(2/3)
(1/1)
ModE
PERCENT CALIBRATION
USE WEIGHT
: [15] LB
FULL CAPA WEIGHT: 30.00 LB
5481
ZERO CALIBRATION(1/2)
- REMOVE ALL WEIGHT.
- PRESS PRINT WHEN READY.
ModE
① Select Percent Calibration.
8150
CAL
② For 15lb weight, input “15” and press “print”
ULoAd
5481
③ Remove all weight from the platter and press “PRINT”, then “Wait4~Wait0” will display.
LoAd
0
10731
SPAN CALIBRATION
(2/2)
- PLACE 15 lb ON THE PLATTER.
- PRESS PRINT WHEN READY.
④ Put 15lb on the platter then press “PRINT” after “Wait4~Wait0” scale will return to CAL Menu.
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4.1.6 Linearity Adjust (Menu Code 8160)
(Calibration MENU -> 1. Calibration -> 6. Linearity Adjust)
You can fine adjust the mid-range weight reading for a more precise calibration.
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CALIBRATION
4. GRAVITY CONSTANT
5. PERCENT CALIBRATION
6. LINEARITY ADJUST
(2/3)
LINEARITY ADJUST
USE WEIGHT
:[ 15] lb
FULL CAPA WEIGHT : 30.00 lb
(1/1)
ZERO CALIBRATION
- REMOVE ALL WEIGHT.
- PRESS PRINT WHEN READY.
(1/3)
① Select Linearity Adjust.
8160
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② For 15lb weight, input “15”key and press “print”
ULoAd
5501
5501
③ Remove all weight from the platter and press “PRINT”, after “Wait4~Wait0” display shows
Mid
0
5501
MID CALIBRATION
(2/3)
- PLACE 15 LB ON THE PLATTER.
- PRESS PRINT WHEN READY.
④ Place 15lbs on platter and press “PRINT” after “Wait4~Wait0” display will show
LoAd
17243
22745
SPAN CALIBRATION
(3/3)
- PLACE 30.00 LB ON THE PLATTER.
- PRESS PRINT WHEN READY.
⑤ Put 30lbs on the platter and then press “PRINT” after “Wait4~Wait0” display will show
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CALIBRATION
4. GRAVITY CONSTANT
5. PERCENT CALIBRATION
6. LINEARITY ADJUST
(2/3)
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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.
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ZERO & TARE SETTING
(1/3)
INIT-ZERO RANGE(%):
[ 10]
REZERO RANGE(%) :
[ 2]
OVERLOAD RANGE(D): [ 9]
ZERO & TARE SETTING
(2/3)
ACCUMULATION TARE(Y/N) : [ N ]
SUBTRACTION TARE(Y/N) : [ N ]
GROSS ZERO MARK(Y/N): [ Y ]
ZERO & TARE SETTING
(3/3)
NET ZERO MARK(Y/N) : [ N ]
GROSS ZERO-TRACKING(Y/N) : [ Y ]
NET ZERO TRACKING(Y/N) : [ N ]
Init-Zero range
Before entering the Sales Mode the Calibrated A/D value and current A/D value are compared.
These values need to be in an acceptable range for the CL5000 to function properly. The CL5000
will not operate correctly if there is any weight on the platter.
Re-zero Range (%)
During normal usage, zero range might become unstable. This could be caused by the platter or
other environmental conditions. You can set the allowed percent (%) range for zero display. (OIML
regulation restricts 2% of maximum weight range can be used)
Overload Range (d)
You can set the maximum overload range. For example, [9] set as 30.09 lbs (.01x[9]=.09lbs). If
the weight is over 30.09 lbs the overload message will appear.
Accumulation (Y/N)
Tare weights can be accumulated. This is useful when adding packages of different types.
Subtraction(Y/N)
Allows you to set a different Tare value but only if the new tare value is less than the first value.
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Gross Zero Mark(Y/N)
The real weight value is 0(Gross Weight=0) display will indicate “▼” on the gross weight
NOTE: * Gross weight will display as 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.
Net Zero Mark(Y/N)
When Tare weight is set to zero, Zero mark will display. In other words Net Weight is zero.
Gross Zero-Tracking(Y/N)
You can set Zero-tracking while Gross Zero is 0. Factory setting is “Y”.
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)
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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 Using the weight value entered in MENU 8160, place 15lbs (MAX=30lbs) on the platter.
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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4.3 Memory Clear
(Calibration MENU -> 2. System Options -> 1. Clear Memory)
The CL5000’s memory can be cleared individually, item by item, or it can be cleared all at once
based on the following options.
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CALIBRATION MODE
1. CALIBRATION
2. SYSTEM OPTIONS
3. PRINTER HARDWARE
(1/2)
SYSTEM OPTIONS
1. CLEAR MEMORY
2. SCALE TYPE
(1/1)
CLEAR MEMORY
1. CLEAR REPORT
2. CLEAR ALL PLU
3. CLEAR ALL TABLE
(1/2)
① Select System Options
8200
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② Select Clear Memory
8210
CAL
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CLEAR MEMORY
(2/2)
4. CLEAR REPORT, PLU, TABLE
4.3.1 Clear Report (Menu Code 8211)
(Calibration MENU -> 2. System Options -> 1. Clear Memory -> 1. Clear Report)
The Clear Report Menu item will clear only the Sales Data stored in the scale.
4.3.2 Clear All PLU (Menu Code 8212)
(Calibration MENU -> 2. System Options -> 1. Clear Memory -> 2. Clear All PLU)
The Clear All PLU Menu item will clear ALL PLU Data and ALL Discount Data.
4.3.3 Clear All Table (Menu Code 8213)
(Calibration MENU -> 2. System Options -> 1. Clear Memory -> 3. Clear All Table)
The Clear All Table Menu item will clear ALL Table Data except for the PLU and Discount. This
includes Department names, Sales Messages, Ingredients, Nutrifacts, etc.
4.3.4 Clear Report, PLU, Table (Menu Code 8214)
(Calibration MENU -> 2. System Options -> 1. Clear Memory -> 4. Clear Report, PLU, Table)
The Clear Report, PLU, Table Menu item will clear all Sales, PLU, Discount and Table Data from the
scale in one step.
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4.4 Scale Type
Menu Code 8220 (Calibration MENU -> 2. System Options -> 2. Scale Type)
This Menu item is used to select the proper scale model. The possible models are:
1. Standard Type (CL5000-B)
2. Pole Type (CL5000-R or CL5000-P)
3. Hanging Type (CL5000-H)
4. Self Service Type
CAUTION: Selecting the wrong scale model can affect the keyboard layout and cause
improper operation of the CL5000. Please make sure to select the type that
matches your CL5000.
4.5 Printer Hardware
No.
Sub-menus
Description
1
Print Mode
Select label, ticket, continuous label mode.
2
Label / Ticket
Label Mode: “Width(60)”, “Height(40)” and “Gap length(2)”
Size
Ticket mode: “Width(60)”, “Feed(20)” and “End Margin(30)”
Continous Label: “Width(60)”, “Feed(40)” and “End Margin(30)”
* ( ) 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
Sets the Print Intensity or Print darkness..
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.
* 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.
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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.
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)
In this menu you can enable or disable the PEEL OFF Sensor, GAP Sensor or Label Take
Up/Rewind 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)
The Print Intensity Menu allows you to adjust the darkness of the print. The adjustment value is
from “0” to “20” with “0” being the lightest and 20 being the darkest.
Press “TEST” to issue a test label or ticket.
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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
4.6.1 Enable Interface (Menu Code 8410)
(Calibration MENU -> 4. Network Options -> 1. Enable Interface)
You can set usage of I/O interface.
8410
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ENABLE INTERFACE
Ethernet(TCP/IP) :[Y]
(1/1)
4.7 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 temporarily within each level. Exiting the 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
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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 corner is 1. For Bench Type starts 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.
The scale will then print a TPH
(Thermal Print Head) test label. This label print checker pattern helps to find problems with the
TPH. You should clean the TPH before you try this procedure.
procedure for cleaning the TPH.
Follow the maintenance
The following examples show some of the problems that can
occur.
1
2
There are several things that this printout sample can reveal:
1. The platen roller may be dirty, have something stuck to it or be physically damaged.
2. This is a clear indication that the Thermal Head has been damaged or has failed. The Thermal
Head should only be replaced by an Authorized CAS Dealer.
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.
8550
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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
Checks the Peel-Off Sensor
2
Head-up
Checks Thermal Head Up Sensor
3
Gap
Displays Label Gap Sensor Value
4
Peel
Displays Peel-Off Sensor Value
4.7.6 Memory Information (Menu Code 8560)
(Calibration MENU -> 5. Self Test -> 6. Memory Information)
The CL5000 Memory can be expaned up to 6MB
Memory Status is displayed by using “0” and “X”
“0” represents memory that is installed (in 1MB increments)
“X” represents vacant memory space.
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)
This menu item reads the current firmware versions in the scale. There are 2 pages of
information that can be viewed by pressing the PG Up and PG Down keys.
8570
CAL
ModE
DEV DESCRIPTION
#1 Scale Main F/W
#2 A/D Module F/W
#3 Ethernet
VERSION
V1.35.2
V1.12
LAN 2.01
DEV DESCRIPTION
#4 Caption (V1.35)
#5 Data
#6 Scale Boot
VERSION
V2.0
V1.5
VFF.FF
#1 Scale Main Firmware Version
#2 A/D Module Firmware Version
#3 Ethernet Version
#4 Caption Version
#5 Data Version
#6 Scale Boot Version
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5. Parameter
8600
CAL
Mode
PARAMETER SETTING
Function code : [501]
Ride Second Position
(1/1)
The Parameter Setting Menu allows you to input Function Codes to change the CL5000’ s predefined
settings. These settings determine how the scale operates and should only be changed if you are
certain about the effect they will have on scale operations. In some cases these settings should not be
changed without first checking with the local government agency.
There are two levels of Parameter Settings, Factory and Dealer. The Factory Settings are numbered 800
~ 899 and can only be accessed through the Calibration Mode. The Dealer Settings are numbered 500
~ 799 and can be accessed either through the Calibration Mode or by using the System Password from
the normal Programming Menu.
5.1 Factory Setting (para 800~999)
1. Parameter 801 ~ 808 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
2. Parameter 809
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Weight Decimal Point
0~10
Define weight position of decimal point
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
2
3. Parameter 810
MESSAGE
Price Decimal Point
0~10
REMARK
Define price position of decimal point
DEFAULT
2
4. Parameter 811 ~ 830 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
5. Parameter 831
MESSAGE
Select Initial Screen
VALUE
0~3
CONTENT
Select Initial start message on display
REMARK
DEFAULT
0: Chess
1: Check List
2 : Version
2
3: Logo
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6. Parameter 832
MESSAGE
Use Serial Out
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
REMARK
Transmit initial start by serial port.
Yes= USE
No= NO USE
DEFAULT
N
7. Parameter 833
MESSAGE
Use last using time
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
REMARK
Display last usage time.
Yes = USE
No = NO USE
DEFAULT
N
8. Parameter 834
MESSAGE
Use Clerk password
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
REMARK
During Initial start use Clerk password
Yes = USE
No = NO USE
DEFAULT
N
9. Parameter 835 ~ 860 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
10. Parameter 861
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Prepack Print
10~
Auto-detect weight difference in range
threshold(d)
30,000
DEFAULT
20
11. Parameter 862
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
MIN Weight for sale(d)
10~999
REMARK
Set minimum range of sales weight
DEFAULT
20
12. Parameter 863
MESSAGE
VALUE
Display Dummy Digit(Weight)
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
13. Parameter 864 ~ 865 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
14. Parameter 866
MESSAGE
VALUE
Weight Decimal Sign
CHAR
CONTENT
Set decimal point on weight
REMARK
USE “ CHAR” to
input ASCI
DEFAULT
“ .“
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15. Parameter 867 ~ 884 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
16. Parameter 885
MESSAGE
[00] Key Format
VALUE
1~4
CONTENT
REMARK
Set “ 00_” key input format
DEFAULT
1 = 10
n
*(1 means 1*10 )
2 = 100
2
3 = 1000
4 = 10000
17. Parameter 886
MESSAGE
VALUE
ErrorMsg Clear Timeout
0~99
CONTENT
REMARK
Set Error message display time
Display time =
Input# X 0.1 sec
DEFAULT
30
18. Parameter 887
MESSAGE
Auto Call Keycode
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
0~999
Set Auto Call Keycode (for sale
Reference
mode)
586 for set time
Para
DEFAULT
70
19. Parameter 888
MESSAGE
Key Clear Time(0.1s)
VALUE
1~99
CONTENT
Set key clear time
REMARK
Set Value =
Input# x 0.1 Sec
DEFAULT
30
20. Parameter 889 ~ 899 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
21. Parameter 900
MESSAGE
Ethernet (TCP/IP)
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
Ethernet usage
REMARK
Yes = USE
No = NO USE
DEFAULT
Y
22. Parameter 901 ~ 919 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
23. Parameter 920~921
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
920 -> Sign AM
CHAR
Set AM correspond name
Able to CHAR key
AM
921 -> Sign PM
CHAR
Set PM correspond name
Able to CHAR key
PM
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24. Parameter 922 ~ 933
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
922 -> Month 1
JAN
923 -> Month 2
FEB
924 -> Month 3
MAR
925 -> Month 4
APR
926 -> Month 5
MAY
927 -> Month 6
928 -> Month 7
CHAR
Set correspond month name
JUN
Able to CHAR key
JUL
929 -> Month 8
AUG
930 -> Month 9
SEP
931 -> Month 10
OCT
932 -> Month 11
NOV
933 -> Month 12
DEC
25. Parameter 934 ~ 940
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
934 -> Week 1
SUN
934 -> Week 2
MON
935 -> Week 3
936 -> Week 4
CHAR
Set correspond DAY of Week
937 -> Week 5
name
TUE
Able to CHAR key
WED
THU
938 -> Week 6
FRI
939 -> Week 7
SAT
26. Parameter 941 ~ 979 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
27. Parameter 980
MESSAGE
Use Korean for USA
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
Use Korean Language
REMARK
N
28. Parameter 981 ~ 994 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
29. Parameter 995
MESSAGE
Ingredient Size
VALUE
512~1024
CONTENT
Set Ingredient Message Size
REMARK
512
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30. Parameter 996
MESSAGE
Allow FWUPDATE
VALUE
0/1
CONTENT
F/W Update Condition
REMARK
0 = No Check CAL
1 = Check CAL
DEFAULT
1
31. Parameter 997
MESSAGE
Display Style
VALUE
3/4
CONTENT
Display Style
REMARK
3 = 5/6/7
4 = 4/5/6/6
DEFAULT
4
32. Parameter 998
MESSAGE
Factory Default
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Set Factory Default
DEFAULT
N
33. Parameter 999
MESSAGE
Country Code
VALUE
0~9
CONTENT
Country Setting
REMARK
DEFAULT
0 = UN
1 = KR
2 = US
3 = EU
2
5 = RUS
6 = ETC
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5.2 Dealer Setting (para 500~799)
1. Parameter 501
MESSAGE
Ride Second Position
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
If FOR key is not exist on key pad
You
can
set
initial
REMARK
DEFAULT
KOREA USE
reference
N
(R1,R2,R3)
(Count, PCS, Price)
2. Parameter 502
MESSAGE
System Password
VALUE
Char
CONTENT
REMARK
Input dealer password
Does Not
NOTE: Use 4byte memory
Work
DEFAULT
000419
(If PW is 1234 input 001234)
3. Parameters 503 ~ 529 are UNDEFINED
4. Parameter 530
MESSAGE
Date Format
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
Set current date format
YY : Year
0 : YY/MM/DD
MM : Month
1 : MM/DD/YY
DD : Day
DEFAULT
1
2 : MM/YYYY
3 : DD/MM/YY
5. Parameter 531
MESSAGE
Time Format
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
Set current time format
HH : Hour
0 : HH:MM (24hours)
MM : Minute
1 : HH:MM AM (12hours)
SS : Second
DEFAULT
0
2 : HH:MM:SS (24hours)
3 : HH:MM:SS AM (12hours)
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6. Parameter 532
MESSAGE
Sell by date Format
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0: Calculate expire date with
current date and input date1:
Input all date information
(yy/mm/dd)
0
1: (Input date less then 4 digit,
scale will recognize as month and
date (mm/dd))
7. Parameter 533
MESSAGE
Use 1kg,100g Key
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Use 1kg, 100g Key. This parameter
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
is valid only in kg mode
8. Parameter 534
MESSAGE
Default Unit Weight
VALUE
Numeric
(1kg,100g)
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set default unit of PLU. All
weight/price calculate according
to following:
1
1 : 1kg
2 : 100g
9. Parameter 535
MESSAGE
Display Message
VALUE
CONTENT
Numeric
Set display time for Error, Warning
Time(0.1s)
REMARK
DEFAULT
12
message.
10. Parameter 536
MESSAGE
Use kg/lb key
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Use kg/lb key
DEFAULT
N
11. Parameter 537
MESSAGE
Use kg/lb Auto
Conversion
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
Use kg/lb Auto Conversion
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
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12. Parameter 538
MESSAGE
Use 1/2lb,1/4lb Key
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Use 1/2lb, 1/4lb Key. This
DEFAULT
Y
parameter is valid only in lb mode
13. Parameter 540
MESSAGE
Barcode Price Cut
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Numeric
Set barcode last digit (price) to
When input = 1
be dropped
$12.34 -> 123
0~3
DEFAULT
0
14. Parameter 541
MESSAGE
Barcode Weight Cut
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Numeric
Set barcode last digit(weight) to
When input = 1
be dropped
1.234kg -> 123
0~3
DEFAULT
0
15. Parameter 542
MESSAGE
Barcode Item Code
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
Set barcode last digit (Item Code)
When input = Y
to drop 1 digit
12345 -> 1234
Cut
DEFAULT
N
16. Parameter 543
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Weight Barcode Print
Numeric
0: Weight Barcode to Weight print
ONLY
1: IF PLUtype == Count then
KOREA : 3
Setting
0~3
REMARK
Weight Barcode to quantity print
0
2 :IF Fixed sale(or (-)sale) then
Weight Barcode to
DEFAULT
“ 1” print
3: USE both 1 and 2
17. Parameter 544
MESSAGE
Print Weight Cut
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0
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18. Parameter 545
MESSAGE
VALUE
Display Error Message
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
bigger
19. Parameter 546
MESSAGE
VALUE
Use Frequent Shopper
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
Program
20. Parameter 547
MESSAGE
VALUE
Time Print Format
CONTENT
REMARK
Numeric
(0~2)
DEFAULT
0
(0~2)
21. Parameter 548
MESSAGE
Use
2
Column
VALUE
for
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
Serving Date
22. Parameter 549
MESSAGE
Display Weight Cut
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Numeric
DEFAULT
0
23. Parameter 550
MESSAGE
Out of paper
threshold
VALUE
CONTENT
Numeric
Set roll paper sensor sensitivity. If
sensor doesn’ t recognize roll
paper, setting value should be
REMARK
DEFAULT
200
lowered
50
24. Parameter 551
MESSAGE
VALUE
Use double print
Y/N
(auto)
CONTENT
Set “ Y”
REMARK
DEFAULT
to double print (scale
will print same label twice but
counts as one transaction)
You
must
press
print
N
key
to
function
25. Parameter 552
MESSAGE
Print Preset Tare
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Print Preset Tare Symbol on Label
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Print Net Weight Symbol on Label
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
Symbol
26. Parameter 553
MESSAGE
Print
Net
Weight
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
Symbol
27. Parameter 554 is UNDEFINED PARAMETER
28. Parameter 555
MESSAGE
VALUE
Packed Time
Y/N
(dep.Sell by time)
CONTENT
REMARK
Print packed time, according to
DEFAULT
N
existing sell by time
29. Parameter 556
MESSAGE
Use
PS2
port
VALUE
for
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
Scanner
30. Parameter 557
MESSAGE
Scanner Working
Mode
VALUE
Numeric
(0~7)
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0
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31. Parameter 558
MESSAGE
Scanner Mapping
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
Format
32. Parameter 559 ~ 561 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
33. Parameter 562
MESSAGE
VALUE
Cashdraw close time
Numeric
CONTENT
Set duration of cashdrawer
REMARK
1 = 0.1ms
opening and closing
DEFAULT
1
34. Parameter 563
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Allow Reverse Feed:
Y/N
Use reverse feed function, when
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
using continuous label mode
35. Parameter 564 is an UNDEFINED PARAMETER
36. Parameter 565
MESSAGE
Print Training Msg
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Print Training Message on label
DEFAULT
Y
37. Parameter 566
MESSAGE
VALUE
Check Connection of
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Master R – I
38. Parameter 567 ~ 568 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
39. Parameter 569
MESSAGE
PLU Type Code
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
2110
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40. Parameter 570
MESSAGE
VALUE
Non Weight sale
Y/N
(WT.on Tray)
CONTENT
Allow
transaction
for
REMARK
DEFAULT
pcs/PLU
while weight on the tray.
N
(the weight doesn’ t affect price)
41. Parameter 571
MESSAGE
VALUE
Print Weight (by
Y/N
count sale)
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Allow to print weight while PLU is
By count type (Weight value
Y
doesn’ t effect on price)
*Weight is only for reference
42. Parameter 572
MESSAGE
Apply
U.Price
for
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Allow to display discounted unit-
REMARK
N
price for total price
T.D/C
DEFAULT
43. Parameter 573
MESSAGE
VALUE
Allow Unit Price
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Allow changing unit price
DEFAULT
N
Change
44. Parameter 574
MESSAGE
Allow Print Zero
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Allow printing when total price is
T.Price
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
zero
45. Parameter 575
MESSAGE
Barcode
'E'
VALUE
to
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Barcode 'E' to PTYPE(Korea)
DEFAULT
N
PTYPE(Korea)
46. Parameter 576
MESSAGE
Fixed Price Hide
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
Fixed Price Hide
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
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47. Parameter 577
MESSAGE
Common Barcode
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Use Common Barcode
DEFAULT
N
48. Parameter 578
MESSAGE
Common Label
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Use Common Label
DEFAULT
N
49. Parameter 579
MESSAGE
VALUE
Use Temp Key [TYPE]
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Use Temp Key [TYPE]
DEFAULT
N
50. Parameter 580
MESSAGE
VALUE
Print one time after
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Allow to print one time per
transaction. NOTE: In prepack
call
DEFAULT
N
mode, reset para 554 for
Auto+Save
51. Parameter 581
MESSAGE
Print only
VALUE
Y/N
WT.(u.p.zero)
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Allow to print with weight value
even if Unit price is 0 (Use for only
N
product weight transaction, not on
price)
52. Parameter 582
MESSAGE
Use X key (by WT.)
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Allow to use X key on by weight
REMARK
type (For By-count and pcs X key
DEFAULT
N
is allowed)
53. Parameter 583
MESSAGE
Allow continuous sale
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Allow to use add-up transaction
Add-up the product/ continually
(after transaction scale will set
N
zero)
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54. Parameter 584
MESSAGE
Use TARE Table No;
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Set input method Tare ID or direct
input.
REMARK
If you set Y, must set tare
DEFAULT
N
weight before sale
55. Parameter 585
MESSAGE
VALUE
Use U.Price for key
Y/N
CONTENT
Set
discount
key
REMARK
for
(-,%)
Y
individual item or total price
discount
DEFAULT
56. Parameter 586
MESSAGE
Indirect PLU Call
VALUE
CONTENT
Numeric
Set duration time for Indirect PLU
1 = 0.1s
call-up.
10 = 1sec
(0.1s)
NOTE: Input 0 will not
call-up any PLU
REMARK
In this case you
DEFAULT
0
must press PLU button to call-up
a PLU
57. Parameter 587
MESSAGE
Override only
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
Set auto override when unit price
IF parameter 588
is 0. You must input unit price to
is set Y override
print
value is saved
u.p.zero PLU
DEFAULT
Y
58. Parameter 588
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Save Overriden u.p.
Y/N
If para 587 set as 0, save the unit
zero PLU
price to PLU. Next time PLU is
called up PLU has saved unit
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
price.
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59. Parameter 589
MESSAGE
Apply Price Round
VALUE
0~4
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0: No use
1: For each PLU
2: Addup Round (ticket only)
0
3: Addup Round (label and ticket)
4: Cutting
60. Parameter 590
MESSAGE
Round Type
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0 : Round down, Total Price
1 : Round off, Total Price
0
Defalut value : Set value in
parameter 591
61. Parameter 591
MESSAGE
Price Round Unit
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
Set round value of last digit of
Set value=100
total price (set value: 0, 5, 10,
para 590 set as 1
100, 1000 etc)
ex 1)
This value set correspond with
Total Price=12345
para 590 (Round off/down)
Set value applied
Total Price=12300
DEFAULT
0
ex 2)
Total Price=12355
Set value applied
Total Price=12400
62. Parameter 592
MESSAGE
Weight Round Unit
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Currently not used
Weight round off/down in 10 unit
0
Calculate and print at same time
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63. Parameter 593
MESSAGE
Use By Pcs PLU
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set by pcs PLU
Y for count/quantity
Y
N for simple count function
64. Parameter 594
MESSAGE
Print under Min.
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
Allow to print under minium weight
VALUE
CONTENT
DEFAULT
N
Weight
65. Parameter 595
MESSAGE
Individual Reset(Z
Y/N
Report)
REMARK
Y : Set to erase each repot on Z
X Report : only
report. NOTE: May cause effect on
call-up record
other reports
and print Z
N: Set to erase all the report at
Report : allow to
once Except X1/X2 is separate
call-up and
item
erase record for
DEFAULT
N
final-report
66. Parameter 596
MESSAGE
X/Z Report
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set to make a report
NOTE: N makes no transaction
therefore
return
key
does
Y
not
function
67. Parameter 597
MESSAGE
Prepack Report
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
Set to make a report on Prepack
Set para 596 as
mode
N. This set will
DEFAULT
Y
not make report
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68. Parameter 598
MESSAGE
VALUE
Print when Z report
Y/N
CONTENT
Set to print on Z report clear
clear
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set as N
X
report
only
prints
Z
report
Y
erase
only
69. Parameter 599
MESSAGE
Print Last Result
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Print last Result with X key
DEFAULT
N
(X key)
70. Parameter 600
MESSAGE
Auto clear key tare
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Set undo key-tare value after sale
DEFAULT
Y
(when PLU is clear)
71. Parameter 601
MESSAGE
Auto clear weight
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Set undo weight-tare value after
tare
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
sale
72. Parameter 602
MESSAGE
Use Canadian tare
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Set to keep tare value if PLU has
REMARK
own tare value
DEFAULT
N
(for reset tare value, must reset
scale)
73. Parameter 603
MESSAGE
Apply PLU Tare
Preferentialy
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Set to change weight tare value
after call-up the PLU
(Must greater then call-up PLU
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
tare)
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74. Parameter 604
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Keep key tare (PLU
Y/N
Allow to over-ride last called-up
Y= PLU preset
PLU value. Last key tare value is
tare overrides
over-ride by PLU key tare. After
manual tare.
transaction PLU tare is clear and
N= Doesn’ t
manually
allow PLU with
tare)
entered
REMARK
tare
value
DEFAULT
N
preset tare to be
remains
recalled.
75. Parameter 605
MESSAGE
Accumulation tare
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set to use accumulation tare
NOTE: tare value has to be greater
N
than last one
76. Parameter 606
MESSAGE
Subtraction tare
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set to use subtraction tare
Only set tare value less than last tare
N
value
77. Parameter 607
MESSAGE
Tare Input Type
VALUE
0~4
CONTENT
Check input tare
REMARK
DEFAULT
When invalid value
0: Error
1: No Round
2: Round Off
0
3: Round Down
4: Round Up
78. Parameter 608
MESSAGE
Tare after PLU call
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Set tare value after PLU is selected
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
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79. Parameter 609
MESSAGE
Display
tare
only
VALUE
CONTENT
Y/N
Set to display main tare only PLU is
Apply on EU
weight type
display mode
weight tare
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
80. Parameter 610
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Ignore Wt. at Fixed
Y/N
Ignore weight when called fixed
Item
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
Item
81. Parameter 611
MESSAGE
VALUE
Display weight tare
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Display weight tare on PT
DEFAULT
N
on PT
82. Parameter 612
MESSAGE
VALUE
Use Neg . Weight Limit
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
83. Parameter 613
MESSAGE
Transaction Msg Size
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
84. Parameter 614
MESSAGE
VALUE
Clerk Lock Key Method
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0
85. Parameter 615
MESSAGE
Use By Count PLU
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
Y
86. Parameter 616
MESSAGE
Hold Time
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0
60
87. Parameter 617
MESSAGE
Clerk Subtotal List
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
88. Parameter 618
MESSAGE
VALUE
Unlimited Fixed Weight
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
89. Parameter 619
MESSAGE
Use RS-232 for Real
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
Time Transactions
90. Parameter 620
MESSAGE
Send Real Time
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
Transactions
91. Parameter 621
MESSAGE
Use NMI Discount
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
DEFAULT
N
92. Parameter 622
MESSAGE
VALUE
Send Weight Value <1
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0
93. Parameter 623
MESSAGE
VALUE
Use PS2 Keyboard for
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
CL-5000 “ S” type
94. Parameter 624 is an UNDEFINED PARAMETER
95. Parameter 625
MESSAGE
EXT NVRAM Type
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
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96. Parameter 626
MESSAGE
Display Primary sign
VALUE
String
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set money sign for display
$
97. Parameter 627
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Display Last sign
String
Set smaller money sign for display
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
¢
98. Parameter 628
MESSAGE
Weight LB Symbol 1
String
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set use weight unit/symbol for lb
CAUTION: DO
(CAUTION: do not change)
NOT CHANGE
lb
99. Parameter 629
MESSAGE
Weight LB Symbol 2
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
String
Set use sub weight unit/symbol
CAUTION:
for lb (do not change)
NOT CHANGE
DO
oz
100. Parameter 630
MESSAGE
VALUE
Weight symbol 1
string
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set use weight unit/symbol
CAUTION:
DO
(CAUTION: do not change)
NOT CHANGE
kg
101. Parameter 631
MESSAGE
VALUE
Weight symbol 2
String
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Set use sub weight unit/symbol
CAUTION:
DO
(do not change)
NOT CHANGE
g
102. Parameter 632
MESSAGE
Primary sign
VALUE
String
CONTENT
REMARK
Set primary money sign
DEFAULT
$
103. Parameter 633
MESSAGE
Last sign
VALUE
String
CONTENT
Set smaller money sign
REMARK
DEFAULT
¢
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104. Parameter 634
MESSAGE
Time separator sign
VALUE
Char.
CONTENT
REMARK
Set separator for time/min/sec
DEFAULT
:
105. Parameter 635
MESSAGE
Date separator sign
VALUE
CONTENT
Char.
Set separator for year/month/date
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
-
106. Parameter 636
MESSAGE
Price output format
Numeric
REMARK
Set to print money currency
For type 3
(display/ticket, not on label)
useage
0 : “ 100.00” type
Parameter 633
1 : “ $ 100.00” type
(last sign)must
2 : “ 100.00 $” type
set before this
3 : “ $ 100.00 c” type
setting
DEFAULT
1
4 : “ $100.00c(Greek)” type
107. Parameter 637
MESSAGE
Price output format
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Numeric
Set to print money currency on label
For 3,4 type usage
(Label print only for total price)
Parameter 633 last
0 : “ 100.00” type
sign must set
1 : “ $100.00” type
before
2 : “ 100.00$” type
For 4 type only
3 : “ $100.00c” type
display money is
4 : “ $100.00c(Greek)” type
below decimal
* default : 0
point (EX:“ 56c” )
(LABEL)
DEFAULT
0
108. Parameter 638
MESSAGE
Set Dual Currency
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0: No use
1 : Use
Use currency table 1 as dual
N
currency (Use when 2types of
currency is used)
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109. Parameter 639
MESSAGE
VALUE
Print [REPACK] on
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
Print [REPACK] on Repack Field
Y
Repack
110. Parameter 640 ~ 677 are LABEL CAPTION FIELDS
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
640 > Total Price
TOTAL PRICE
641 > By Weight Price
PRICE %C/%U
642 > Non Weight Price
PRICE %C
643 > By Count Price
PRICE %C/PCS
644 > Weight
WT %W
645 > Quantity
QUANTITY
646 > Tare
TARE %W
647 > Saved Price
YOU SAVE
648 > Regular Price
REG PRICE
649 > Tax Price
TAX %C
650 > Packed On Date
PACKED ON
651 > Sell By Date
SELL BY
652 > Cook By Date
COOK BY
653 > Produced Date
PRODUCED
654 > Packed On Time
655 > Sell By Time
String
PACKED ON
SELL BY
656 > Payment Price
RECEIVE %C
657 > Change Price
CHANGE %C
658 > Refer. Net Weight
NET WT %W
659 > Refer Gross Weight
660 > Manual Weight
GROSS WT %W
MAN WT %W
661 > Percent Tare
TARE %%
662 > Percent Tare Limit
LIMIT %%
663 > Total
Price (Total)
664 > Total Count (Total)
665 > Total Tax (Total)
666 > Reference
TOTAL PRICE %C
TRANSACTION
TAX %C
REFERENCE:
667 > Born In
BORN IN:
668 > Bred In
BRED IN:
669 > Slaughtered In
SL IN:
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MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
670 > Cut In
CUT IN:
671 > Total Price (RPK)
TOTAL (REPACK)
672 > Void Count (Total)
VOID COUNT
673 > Void Price (Total)
674 > Total Weight (Total)
VOID PRICE
String
TOTAL WT %W
675 > Total Quantity (Total)
TOTAL QTY
676 > Ingredient
INGREDIENT :
677 > PLU No.
PLU # :
111. Parameter 678 ~ 700 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
112. Parameter 701
MESSAGE
Prt Tax(Report)
VALUE
CONTENT
REMARK
Y/N
Set to print Tax report on scale or clerk report
VALUE
CONTENT
DEFAULT
Y
113. Parameter 702
MESSAGE
Prt Pay(Report)
Y/N
REMARK
Set to print Pay report on scale or clerk
DEFAULT
Y
114. Parameter 703
MESSAGE
VALUE
Prt Round Summary
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Set to print Round report on scale or clerk
DEFAULT
N
(Report)
115. Parameter 704
MESSAGE
Prt Store Name
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Set to print store name on report
DEFAULT
N
(Report):
116. Parameter 705 ~ 710 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
117. Parameter 711
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Prt Repack(Report)
Y/N
Set to print Repack report on scale or clerk
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
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118. Parameter 712
MESSAGE
VALUE
CONTENT
Prt Prepack(Report)
Y/N
Set to print Prepack report on scale or
REMARK
DEFAULT
Y
clerk
119. Parameter 713
MESSAGE
VALUE
Prt Negative (Report)
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Set to print Negative report
DEFAULT
Y
120. Parameter 714
MESSAGE
Prt No Sale Open
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Set to print No sale open count
DEFAULT
Y
(Report)
121. Parameter 715 ~ 770 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
122. Parameter 771
MESSAGE
Enable Clerk
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Clerk Function & Menu
DEFAULT
N
123. Parameter 772
MESSAGE
Enable Discount
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Discount Function & Menu
DEFAULT
N
124. Parameter 773
MESSAGE
Enable TAX Table
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Tax Function & Menu
DEFAULT
N
125. Parameter 774
MESSAGE
Enable Origin
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Origin Function & Menu
DEFAULT
N
126. Parameter 775
MESSAGE
Enable Tare Table
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
Enable Tare Table Function & Menu
REMARK
DEFAULT
N
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127. Parameter 776
MESSAGE
Enable Nutri-Facts
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Nutri-Facts Function & Menu
DEFAULT
Y
128. Parameter 777
MESSAGE
Enable Traceability
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Traceability Function & Menu
DEFAULT
N
129. Parameter 778
MESSAGE
Enable Customer
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Customer Function & Menu
DEFAULT
N
130. Parameter 779
MESSAGE
Enable Currency
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Currency Function & Menu
DEFAULT
N
131. Parameter 780
MESSAGE
Enable Department
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Department
DEFAULT
Y
132. Parameter 781
MESSAGE
Enable Group
VALUE
Y/N
CONTENT
REMARK
Enable Group
DEFAULT
Y
133. Parameter 782 ~ 798 are UNDEFINED PARAMETERS
134. Parameter 799
MESSAGE
A/D Filter Level
VALUE
Numeric
CONTENT
REMARK
DEFAULT
0
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6.
Servicing & Parts Replacement
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6.1 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)
3) Remove calibration seal
4) Remove the upper case
5) Put 150% of max weight on platform rear right corner of platform. The allen-bolt
should not be touching.
6) Adjust the allen-bolt so that it is almost touching the bottom frame. (See Figure)
7) Perform this procedure on each corner of the platform.
B,P,R-type
H-type
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6.2 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 bolts from bottom case(for pole type: remove pole mount bolt first)
For hanging type: remove 3 bolts from front cover
5) Remove 4 bolts from upper case
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6) Remove keybord and display cable to remove upper case
B,P,R type:
* Be careful 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 disassambel front cover
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6.3 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 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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6.4 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)
5) Pull Power Module forward and remove power cables on SMPS
6) Disassamble support frame and remove side bolt(4) to remove power supply.
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6.5 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 mount)bolt
Lodecell suspension bolt
4) Remove bottom frame bolt
NOTE: Be careful with load cell, this procedure may cause critical damage on scale
A/D mounting bolt
L/C Line
A/D connector
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 frame (there are two holes for easy access)
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6.6 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
Printer mounting bolt
(B,P,R type)
(H type)
NOTE: You must remove center column first
5) Remove printer module (lift upper right side first)
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6)
6.7 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 unhooking support part.
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6.8 Keyboard Replacement (With/Without breaking CAL seal )
A: Seal Breaking Method
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove upper case(6.2)
3) Remove keyboard and display cable from main board and replace new keyboard
Key_Board Cable
Display Cable
B: Non Seal Breaking Method
4) Remove keyboard from upper case
5) Remove keyboard support plate and disconnect keyboard cable by pulling the cable 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
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7. Installing Options
Option Modules available for upgrading the CL5000 consist of the Memory Expansion board and the
Network Card.
7.1 Installing Ethernet Card
1) Turn power off and remove power cord
2) Remove Ethernet card cover
3) Insert Ethernet card into slot (use same slot for wired or wireless module)
Ethernet card
B, P, R type
H type
4) Turn on power when installation is finished
5) Set up communication configuration (menu code:1900)
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7.2 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
4) Turn on power when installation is finished
7.3 Installing Memory Expansion Card
5) Turn power off and remove power cord
6) Remove Upper Case
7) Insert Memory Expansion Card.
8) Turn on power when installation is finished
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8. Update
8.1. Firmware update
Updating the firmware in the CL5000 requires the following:
1.) CL5000 Firmware Update Program (CL5fwupdate.exe)
2.) CL5000 Firmware ROM file ( BIN file)
3.) CL5000 Setting ROM file (ROM file)
4.) Serial Communications Cable with the following pinouts
Note: Prior to performing a firmware upgrade to the CL5000 all data files should
be backed up.
CL5000 Firmware ROM Download
Power OFF the scale and connect the serial cable between the CL5000 and the PC.
On the PC, double click on the CL5fwupdate.exe file.
1.) Select the COM port
2) Select the Firmware ROM download by
clicking in the box next to it.
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3.) Select the Firmware ROM version by clicking on the file select button. (this should be a
BIN type file)
4.) Select the correct keyboard type for
5.) Press the Start Button.
your CL5000.
6.) Turn the CL5000 ON.
7.) Download should start. Status bars
show progress percentage.
When the download is finished the scale will restart. You should see the new firmware
version number in the LCD display as the scale performs its countdown.
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CL5000 Setting ROM Download
Before updating the Setting ROM you should perform a Memory Clear.
1.) Click on the Mem Clear button. You should get a warning screen. Click OK. You should
get a Mem Clear status screen. If you don’t get the status screen, click on the Mem
Clear button again.
2.) The Mem Clear status screen should say Memory Clear Success. Click OK. Turn the
CL5000 OFF and then ON and the Mem Clear will be performed.
Note: When Mem Clear is finished, the seven segment display will show “rdY nEEd
CAP”
and the LCD display will show a checkerboard pattern.
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1.) Select the Setting ROM download by
2.) Select the Setting ROM file by clicking
clicking in the box next to it.
3.) Select the Setting ROM file. (this should be
a ROM type file)
on the file select button.
4.). Press the Start Button. After
Click the Open Button..
about 10 seconds the ROM will
start downloading.
5.) You should see the Setting ROM download screen.
When the Setting ROM download is finished the scale will restart and perform a countdown.
Both scale displays should be normal now. Power the scale off and disconnect the serial
cable. Close the CL5000 update software program.
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9. Schematic Diagrams
9.1 System Block Diagram
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9.2 Connection Diagram
85
9.3 I/O Pin Connection
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9.4 Main PCB
1) Part 1
87
2) Part 2
88
3) Part3
89
4) Part4
90
9.5 A/D PCB
91
9.6 Display PCB
1) Display Type B
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2) Display Type P (Front)
93
3) Display Type P (Rear)
94
4) Display Type R (Front)
95
5) Display Type R (Rear)
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9.7 I/O PCB
97
9.8 Printer I/O PCB
98
9.9 Slot PCB
99
9.10 Expansion Memory PCB
100
9.11 Wired LAN PCB
101
9.12 Wireless LAN PCB
102
9.13 CF Card PCB
103
10. Exploded Views
10.1
Scale Assy (B,P,R-type)
104
10.2
Scale Assy (H-type)
105
10.3
Body Assy (B,P,R-type)
106
10.4
Body Assy (H-type)
107
10.5
Platform (B,P,R-type)
108
10.6
Main Frame (H-type)
109
10.7
I.O cover (H-Type)
110
10.8 Upper Case
111
10.9
Pole display (R-type)
112
10.10
Pole display (P-type)
113
10.11
Printer Assembly
114
10.12
Print Head Assembly
115
10.13
Cartridge
116
10.14 Tray assembly (B,P,R-type)
117
10.15
Tray assembly (H-type)
118
10.16 Lan card
119
11. Part List
11.1 Electronic
11.2 Mechnical
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12. Revision
11-Mar, 2005
-. Add Sealing Method
-. Adjust Chapter number
11 Dec 2014
- Corrected Exploded Views
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